After a 15-month deployment to Afghanistan from 2008 to 2009, Sgt. Janiece Marquez decided she not only wanted to return for a second tour, she wanted to experience the country in an entirely different way.
Each year, 60 outstanding military-affiliated students are given the opportunity to pursue their educational goals and continue their service, whether in the military or in their communities.
Service members respond to simulated mayhem and destruction as part of Vibrant Response 13.
The 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) is the Army's only active duty unit on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to receive the remains of service members fallen in Iraq or Afghanistan at Dover Air Force Base.
Capt. David McRaney's dream of scuba diving in Australia seemed impossible after sustaining combat injuries in Afghanistan, until he learned about a wounded warrior dive program.
Medevac operations are a rollercoaster of emotions, swinging from hours of overwhelming boredom to explosions of frenzied activity every time the radio crackles “Medevac! Medevac! Medevac!”
One woman's passion for art and ardent support of the military collide to produce amazingly life-like portraits of those who serve.
Soldiers who know Chief Warrant Officer 3 Samuel Banks call him "the happiest man in the Army," even though the tragic events of his early life have given him more than enough reasons to be bitter.
The Army's senior enlisted Soldier says that in the future, Soldiers will have to be more disciplined and take on more responsibility, especially noncommissioned officers.
Although the battle that inspired our national anthem is often remembered as a naval battle, it was a group of American Soldiers that prevailed "through the perilous fight."