Retired U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Spencer Milo, who participated in the service dog-training program at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, talks about what goes into getting a dog ready to partner with a wounded veteran.
Gold Star Mother and retired Chief Warrant Officer 5 Candy Martin doesn't mind when you ask about her Soldier son, who was killed by insurgents in Iraq in 2007. But don't ever ask her if she's "gotten over it."
To mark its 150th anniversary, we have a number of interesting tidbits about Arlington National Cemetery that you've likely never heard or read about.
Michaela Coplen has spent every one of her 18 years as the daughter of Soldiers. She's gained some valuable insight into coping with the struggles of being an Army "brat," insight she wants to share with other military kids.
It takes strength and courage to help someone you suspect is a victim of domestic violence. But asking those hard questions could change someone's life, or even save it.
A former Army wife and current full-time caretaker of her wounded veteran gives practical advice to family members who find themselves in the same position.
A Soldiers Live journalist shares his experiences after spending time with Civil War re-enactors, many of whom are U.S. Army veterans.
April may be the Month of the Military Child, but the Army is committed to ensuring Soldiers and their families have the resources and support they need year-round.
A Fort Drum Mountaineer writer shares insights from his interview with one of the 10th Mountain Division's oldest muleskinners, who passed away recently at the age of 103.
The Military Crisis Line is staffed by caring, qualified responders from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, many of whom have served in the military themselves. They understand what service members have been through and the challenges members of the military and their loved ones face.