When Sgt. 1st Class Russ Currie dons his uniform each day, he is mindful of an extraordinary connection to a hometown hero uncle who gave his all in Vietnam.
Army Community Service program is helping ease the transition for new parents of children ages zero to three as they figure out feedings, nap times, potty training and other challenges.
U.S. Army Air Corps veterans talk about their World War II experiences, good and bad, and how staying positive helped keep them alive.
Cyber Soldiers use a popular gaming platform to hone their offensive and defensive tactics.
In honor of the Army's 240th birthday, and to mark the launch of the service's new camouflage pattern, we take a look at the evolution of battle dress from the Revolution through today.
50 years have passed since the U.S. first deployed large numbers of troops to Southeast Asia. Now, a far-ranging, decade-long salute honors those who fought there.
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.