They called themselves the Battling Belles of Bataan, but to the GIs fighting a desperate and doomed battle for the Philippines in 1941 and 1942, and later to their fellow civilian internees, they were, simply, angels.
An Army congressional fellow shares his experiences as a Soldier on Capitol Hill, and highlights the opportunities the fellowship program offers qualified Soldiers.
Army senior linebacker Andrew Rodriguez has been named the nation's most outstanding amateur athlete.
Army electronic warfare is closer to the front lines and closer to science fiction than you realize.
The Army's surgeon general discusses health issues unique to female Soldiers, and how quality care and access to that care promotes force readiness.
One week after pinning on her first star, the Army Chief of Staff announced that Brig. Gen. Laura Richardson will become the Army's first female to serve as a division deputy commander.
Military medical specialists and civilian experts are working closely with one another to develop traumatic brain injury prevention, diagnosis and treatment practices.
In 1997, eight Special Forces Soldiers traveled to Bolivia to train and advise a battalion of Bolivian Army rangers. That experience would define the next 14 years of then-Bolivian Army Cpl. Rodrigo Mendoza's life.
A United States Army Band, "Pershing's Own" Soldier shares what it was like to audition for the elite musical ensemble, and her experiences during her first year with the band.
U.S. Army researchers at Natick Soldier Systems Center test various facets of Soldier performance.