With the help of The College of William and Mary and a couple of stand-up pros, these U.S. Army veterans are turning their personal and military experiences into comedy gold.
What happens to the items left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.? They become part of an expansive collection that is more social than historical.
In its ninth year, the U.S. Army's Best Sapper Competition boasted a record number of participants enduring a 50-hour regimen of mind- and body-challenging events at Fort Leonard Wood.
Army kids are resilient and adaptable, but experts say about 30 percent start to show signs of distress after multiple, back-to-back parental deployments.
Program helps service members suffering from invisible wounds of war heal through artistic expression.
The Baltimore Raven’s Senior Director of Public Relations, Chad Steele, is proud and appreciative of his Army green-infused childhood.
The Whole System Live Agent Test chamber will enable U.S. Army scientists to evaluate the effectiveness of bio detection gear with warfighter safety in mind.
The U.S. Army's Dugway Proving Ground is in the business of validating defensive and offensive capabilities before putting them in the hands of warfighters.
While they weren't allowed to serve as Soldiers during the Civil War, women volunteered to support the war effort in a variety of ways, even putting themselves in harm's way.
While doctors recommend that Soldiers get seven to eight hours of sleep each night, the reality is they're only getting about six, and that can lead to short- and long-term health issues.