Centenarian and World War II-era U.S. Army veteran Joan De Munbrun talks about life as an early member of the Women's Army Corps.
The U.S. Army's senior leaders are looking to prepare leaders at all levels -- Soldier and civilian -- to chart the course for the professional Army.
Fans of the long-running comic strip "Beetle Bailey" got a bit of a surprise when its creator, U.S. Army World War II veteran Mort Walker, set aside his usual military-inspired humor to tackle a more serious subject: post-traumatic stress.
After more than 10 years at war, the U.S. Army is facing changes and challenges, and senior leaders say the service is prepared for them.
Jason Kaye will tell you that he's not particularly noteworthy, but he certainly recognizes the importance of his organization's mission. Kaye is a photographer with the Joint Prisoners of War, Missing in Action Accounting Command, or JPAC.
For close to a century, the Soldiers of the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps have provided quality care to military animals, and served as experts in a number of other areas you probably aren't aware of.
Wicomico County, Md., elementary school students tell the story of World War II in documentaries featuring the Soldiers who were there.
Although their work is not done, the combined efforts of the Oklahoma National Guard and first responders in Moore, Okla., have resulted in more than 100 tornado survivors being rescued.
Civil War re-enactors came together the weekend of May 1 to remember and honor the sacrifices of Union and Confederate soldiers by recreating the Battle of Chancellorsville, fought 150 years ago in Spotsylvania County, Va.
Male Army spouses face unique challenges that their female counterparts often don't understand. But Wayne Perry has a message for all those "man spouses" out there: You are not alone.