The first female minority Active Guard Reserve Soldier to become a flag officer shares her journey.
Growing up, Mary Doyle would hear stories about her family's military history. Then one day, she became a part of it.
Can a Soldier pugilist advance from unit boxing smokers to the Olympics? Yes, if he can win.
Soldiers magazine wants to include your Army birthday stories in its June edition -- the only print issue of 2012.
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.
A former 28th Infantry Division Soldier shares his experiences in Iraq, and his guarded optimism about the country's future.
An Iraqi woman shares her impressions of American servicemembers and their families, and her thoughts on U.S. forces withdrawing from her homeland.
A Soldier shares his thoughts about his three tours in Iraq, and what the end of operations there means to him.
Veterans Day was first established in the United States as Armistice Day in 1919. It marked the cessation of hostilities between Germany and the Allied nations in World War I at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918. Following World War II and the Korean War, the day became [...]