Hot, fresh and ready to go is a guarantee made by Little Caesar's Pizza and locally, Little Caesar's franchisee Sebastian Brost promises the added guarantee that all military personnel at Joint Base...
Like top-of-the-line Mercedes Benzes, Ken Thoburn and Scott Wagner are first class.
The reigns of the Captain Meriwether Lewis Chapter of the Association of the United States Army...
Working with the Rainiers, the Rotary Club of Lakewood provided tickets to the game, free food...
The six-month deferment for female airmen to accomplish their fitness assessments following childbirth will be increased to 12 months to align with recent changes to the deployment deferments, Air Force officials announced July 14.
More than 50 Air Force Reserve medics from the 446th Aeromedical Staging Squadron at JBLM will practice caring for human and mannequin patients while taking mock fire from .50 caliber rifles and other heavy artillery Monday at 1 p.m. in an...
The Airmen Appreciation Night Barbecue Bash is free to all active, Reserve and Air National Guard airmen and their families.
The Air Force Association McChord Field Chapter 334 invites the public to register for its upcoming Airman Support Golf Tournament, Friday, July 17, at Eagle's Pride Golf Course, off exit 116.
The hope that the city of Lakewood and Joint Base Lewis-McChord could affect a land swap has fallen through.
Tech. Sgt. Nathan Carlson, 62nd Aerial Port Squadron senior information controller, was awarded the 2014 Colonel Gail Halvorsen Air Force Outstanding Air Transportation Individual of the Year Award, July 9.
Mindfulness-based meditation and the military are generally two things that one would not associate with one another.
There was a collective sign of relief likely felt last week across the South Sound after the Army announced the cuts at Joint Base Lewis-McChord would be nothing as the forecasters warned.
Recently, the 56th Army Band, I Corps, partnered with the 1st Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery Band, during Talisman Sabre 15.
Less than two weeks after completing an eight-hour basic lifesaving course, third-year nursing student Abbie Hinneifa used cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to save the life of a young boy.