Long hailed as windows to the soul, the eyes also might provide insight for researchers at the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine.
Largely composed of Soldiers from across Fort Drum, N.Y., the Mountaineer Hockey Club has helped establish a solid connection between the community and its Army.
Delegates from throughout the service gather to discuss issues important to families and Soldiers at the annual Army Family Action Plan Conference.
Growing up, Mary Doyle would hear stories about her family's military history. Then one day, she became a part of it.
The 2012 Infantry Soldier Silver Dollar, released recently for purchase, commemorates the Army infantryman.
It was shortly after dawn on the morning of March 23, 2003, and it was already the worst day of Spc. Shoshana Johnson’s life.
Shoshana “Shana” Johnson will never forget March 23, 2003 — not because it was the day she reluctantly became famous, but because it was the day she was cruelly thrust into the annals of history.
The Veterans Writing Project gives veterans, service members and family members the tools to share their military experiences.
Your unit deployed so rapidly to the remote location that there was no time to set up sandbags and concrete barriers to protect the base camp. So how do you protect Soldiers in these temporary camps? With the Modular Ballistic Protection System.
The Army has fielded an interactive, high-tech exhibit, known as the Army STEM Experience, to educate students nationwide about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.