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The grandson of a Korean War commanding general shared his grandfather's leadership lessons with senior Eighth Army leaders, at Yongsan Garrison, Oct. 31, 2013.
A small unit of New York Army National Guard aviators who fly the military's C-12 transport plane are heading for Fort Hood, Texas, before deploying to the Horn of Africa, in November.
As the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, wraps up their deployment in eastern Afghanistan, the Soldiers of the 6th Squadron, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 4th IBCT, are continuing to take the fight to the enemy.
New hardware built by research engineers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory is helping NASA retrieve experimental images otherwise lost at sea.
Combat engineers scour Afghanistan every day looking for improvised explosive devices, not just to ensure safe travel for military convoys, but also to protect the Afghan citizens who use the roads as well.
Soldiers and volunteers from Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Va., were an integral part of the success of the 29th Army Ten-Miler, held Oct. 21, 2013.
A group of shelters were sent to the Southwest Asia Area of Responsibility to be tested by both the Army and Air Force recently as part of the "Advanced, Energy-Efficient Shelter Systems for Contingency Basing and Other Applications" program.
Master Sgt. Jennifer Loredo said she hadn't been looking for love when she first met fellow Soldier Eddie Loredo, though he turned out to be the love of her life. The two Soldiers ended up married.
Secretary of the Army John McHugh relit the eternal flame in Arlington National Cemetery, Va., Oct. 29, 2013, which marks the final resting places of John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy.
U.S. Army scientists and engineers continue to define next-generation protocols and system architectures to help develop technology capabilities to combat these threats in an integrated and expedited fashion.
Now is the time for the Army to increase partnerships with the private sector in areas such as renewable energy products, family services to housing, and other installation infrastructure elements, Army leaders say.
The Indoor Obstacle Course Test has challenged cadets for more than 60 years at West Point. Out of the thousands that have come before her, no female cadet has ever completed it faster than Class of 2017 Cadet Madaline Kenyon.
The Afghan Air Force, which has made steady gains in its operational capacity since 2007, took over resupply operations to Barg-e-Matal district, Nuristan Province, Afghanistan, and other remote bases in the area, from the International Security Assistance Force, in early spring of 2013.
One year ago, Oct. 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy stormed ashore in Brigantine, N.J.
U.S. Army Central Command is looking past Afghanistan to conduct exercises and sustain partnerships in 19 other countries under the Regional Alignment of Forces concept.
Maj. David DeGroot, Ph.D., went looking for the cold facts, and after years of study, he may have them.
About 40,000 containers and 30,000 vehicles have been shipped back from Afghanistan over the past year, but a strategic transportation planner said the system "has not yet been taxed" to its fullest potential.
Continuing resolutions, sequestration and furloughs are putting equipment modernization, readiness and force structure at risk, said a top leader responsible for equipping Soldiers.
Attendees of the 2013 Association of the U.S. Army Annual Meeting and Exposition Military Family Forum II received special health care, and it came with no deductible or copay.
Two non-commissioned officers have been named recipients of the Larry Strickland Educational Leadership Award for their excellence in educational leadership and commitment to the development of Soldiers.