For the third consecutive year, the Captain Meriwether Lewis Chapter of the Association of the United States Army and its local subchapters are poking fun at the likelihood of a Zombie Apocalypse - an event some...
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By understanding "Go" - a board game said to have been invented in China around 3,000 years ago - the United States can better craft its national security strategy with China and avoid war, said William "Trey" Braun.
The 16th Combat Aviation Brigade hosted a group of Vietnam aviators for a presentation on modern Army aviation, a tour of AH-64 Apache and UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, and lunch with junior soldiers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, May 20.
Seven C-17 Globemasters departed McChord Field Tuesday, May 17, to conduct air land and air drop operations as part of a Large Force Exercise at the Mountain Home Range Complex in Idaho.
Airmen and families stretched and laced up their shoes as they prepared for the start of a run. With the yell of "go", airmen took off running at this year's 62nd Aerial Port Squadron 5K Memorial Run May 18, on Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
After a rocky and bumpy start to adulthood, Capt. Jason Henry, 627th Logistics Readiness Squadron operations officer, engaged himself with his local services recruiters and ultimately chose to serve in the Unites States Air Force.
Military spouses are the epitome of resiliency and are masters of juggling many hats, so it's no surprise that some turn their time and talents to direct-selling companies and take on the role of entrepreneur.
Due to the perpetual transience of Army life, the average military child will attend two to four different high schools in the course of their high school career.
"I averaged about a purple heart a year; it's an award that doesn't take a lot of brains to get," Jake Robinson said with a chuckle.
People are intrigued by the mysteries and promise of space travel. Not only in fictional media, where popular stories have taken viewers to "the final frontier" or to "a galaxy far, far away," but in the real world as well.
There are few things more fascinating to kids than bugs. What else perfectly taps into their curiosity towards all things gross and unique?