The Driving Rehabilitation Program at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center offers a "one-stop shop" to get wounded troops back behind the wheel.
Like the sign outside the 7th Army Noncommissioned Officer Academy says: “Leaders are Training Leaders.” Since 2008, its cadre has topped Europe-wide competitions and U.S. Army Best Warrior competitions making them the cream of the crop.
What happens when two Army veterans, an Air Force pilot and a Marine vet walk into an installation club, climb on stage and start telling jokes? Gut-busting laughter ensues.
Established in 1827 to protect the Santa Fe Trail, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., has a rich history. It also claims to be one of the most haunted posts in the Army.
Man has yet to create a mobile device as effective as the Army’s canine partners in Afghanistan, a true testament that wars are won by Soldiers — both the two- and four-legged varieties.
Many preconceived notions about sexual assault victims and suspects aren't true -- the Army is working to change these misconceptions from the inside out.
Meet Gabe. He’s a noncommissioned officer and combat veteran with some 40 awards to his name. He is also the American Humane Association's 2012 Hero Dog of the Year.
A number of mental health professionals are at the forefront of a new wave of Army behavioral health care that's bringing providers to Soldiers, wherever they are.
Less than two months after winning the 135-mile Badwater Ultramarathon in Death Valley, Calif., Army Master Sgt. Mike Morton traveled to Europe where he not only won the 24-hour world championship, but also shattered the U.S. record.
As an individual equipment designer at Natick Soldier Systems Center, lightening Soldiers' loads weighs heavily on Rich Landry's mind.