U.S. Army Soldiers from Combined Task Force 4-2 and their Afghan National Army counterparts conduct a clearing mission in a remote area of Afghanistan.
Part two of U.S. Army Chaplain Capt. Emil Kapaun highlights the actions that would earn him the Medal of Honor, and, through the words of his fellow Soldiers, details his life and death in a North Korean prisoner of war camp.
Part one in a two-part series on World War II and Korean War chaplain Capt. Emil Kapaun describes how he came to be a U.S. Army chaplain, and sets the stage for his Korean War service, which would earn him the Medal of Honor.
Nineteen teams of Soldiers and Marines converge on Fort Benning, Ga., to compete in the inaugural Gainey Cup scout competition.
Direct combat roles for women raise certain health concerns, both physical and psychological, but the Department of Defense and the Army are actively researching how to mitigate those concerns while integrating women into those positions.
Before winning "The Ultimate Fighter," U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Colton Smith didn't just train his body, he took advantage of Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness pillars to train his mind.
The heroics of black Soldiers, freemen and slaves, during the American Revolution have been largely lost to history. What is known, however, is that for those brave Soldiers, it was a double fight for liberty: their country's and their own, and many would never see freedom.
This, the final story in a three-part series about Medal of Honor nominee, former Staff Sgt. Clinton L. Romesha, focuses on his decision to leave the Army, and his successful transition from Soldier to civilian.
Part two in the three-part series about former Staff Sgt. Clinton L. Romesha's heroism at the battle of Combat Outpost Keating, for which he will receive the Medal of Honor, focuses on the retaking of the football field-sized outpost on the Afghanistan-Pakistan Border. "We weren't even close to being done with the fight ..."
Former Staff Sgt. Clinton L. Romesha will receive the Medal of Honor in a White House ceremony, Feb. 11, 2013, for his heroic actions at Combat Outpost Keating, Afghanistan. This story, the first in a three-part series, sets the scene for the 12-hour battle that Romesha and his fellow Bravo Troop, 3rd Squadron, 61st Cavalry Regiment Soldiers fought, Oct. 3, 2009.