Can a Soldier pugilist advance from unit boxing smokers to the Olympics? Yes, if he can win.
Despite cutbacks, the Army's fiscal 2013 budget request includes a pay increase of 1.7 percent for Soldiers, as well as allowance increases of 3.9 percent for housing and 3.4 for subsistence.
One man's collection of World War II memorabilia pays tribute to the legacy of African American military service.
Find out how wounded warrior-turned "Dancing With the Stars" champ J.R. Martinez stayed motivated throughout his recovery, and how he has been able to use his fame to help his fellow veterans.
The Army announced its intent to open six occupational specialties and more than 13,000 positions to women.
African American women have played a vital role in the history of our nation and our Army since the American Revolution.
Soldiers magazine wants to include your Army birthday stories in its June edition -- the only print issue of 2012.
The Mission Support Battalion uses a unique outreach approach to connect the American people with their Army.
The preliminaries of the 2012 Armed Forces Boxing Championship at Camp Pendleton, Calif., are complete and the Army team has seven fighters going to the finals.
In the operating rooms at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences' medical simulation center, everyone gets a second chance at life.