West Point Cadets face off against Naval Academy Midshipmen at the annual ‪Army-Navy‬ game on the Polo Grounds in New York, Nov. 25, 1916. The ‪Army team came out on top,15-7.

Little-known facts about the Army-Navy game

11Dec 2015

Dec. 12, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and the U.S. Naval Academy meet on the gridiron for the 116th time. The game steeped in tradition that's come to be known as "America's Game" has some fascinating little-known facts.

Experts say the death of a parent, especially by suicide, can have a profound affect on children, and that professional intervention is always important. (Original National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Helen Miller. Photo illustration by Elizabeth M. Collins, Soldiers, Defense Media Activity.)

What parental suicide means for children

30Sep 2015

Parental death, especially by suicide, has a profound psychological affect on the children left behind. Experts urge remaining family members to get them professional help.

A tank crew from the 9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division, prepares their M26 Pershing tank for battle during the Korean War, circa September 1950. In a series of bloody clashes along the Naktong River that month, tanks proved critical for the understrength American forces. In fact, when some of the first waves of North Koreans attacked across the river the night of August 31, they encountered Sgt. 1st Class Ernest R. Kouma’s tank and found him resolute as he fought back. Kouma, who would receive the Medal of Honor for his actions that night, was personally credited with killing some 250 enemy soldiers. (Photo courtesy of the 2nd Infantry Division Museum)

Heroes of the Naktong

18Sep 2015

The battle that raged along the Naktong River in 1950 saw ordinary men-turned-heroes risking their lives, and often sacrificing them, to save their fellow Soldiers.

Joe Galloway has been a sought-after speaker at military events for many years. Here, he addresses warriors and their dates at the 2014 Defense Information School Dining Out at Ft. Meade, Maryland. (DOD photo by U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Phil Elgie)

Q & A with Joe Galloway

5Jun 2015

Soldiers talks to Joe Galloway, famed Vietnam War correspondent, author and veterans advocate, about the congressionally mandated Vietnam War Commemoration.