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.
Residents of the Armed Forces Retirement Home offer today's service members their tips for success.
Army spouse and professional counselor recalls her experience as a victim of cyber bullying.
Experts talk about how to recognize warning signs for suicide, even when, like many military families, you’re hundreds of miles away.
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.
One father’s personal account of how he has survived losing his Soldier son to suicide.
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.
Soldiers talks to Joe Galloway, famed Vietnam War correspondent, author and veterans advocate, about the congressionally mandated Vietnam War Commemoration.
Despite the stress of a military lifestyle, most military kids are resilient, but some will struggle. Know the warning signs.
Army scientists are hand-harvesting spider webs to study how bio agents behave while suspended in the atmosphere.