1st Lt. Ashley Sorensen, operations officer for the 303rd Explosive Ordnance Battalion, 8th Military Police Brigade, 8th Theater Sustainment Command, broke the world record for a one-mile run in a fully functional bomb disposal suit, weighing more than 75 pounds. Her time of 11 minutes, 6 seconds beats the existing record by more than two […]
Staff Sgt. Robert Ham, USARPAC Public Affairs, brings us a short documentary about the post-civil war de-mining efforts in Sri Lanka by the Sri Lankan Government and the international community, led by the U.S. military. American explosive ordnance disposal technicians train alongside the Sri Lankan engineers while American military medical teams train the engineers on […]
Staff Sgt. Ty Carter is inducted into the Hall of Heroes during a ceremony at the Pentagon Aug. 27, 2013. Carter was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor a day earlier by President Barack H. Obama in ceremony at the White House. Read more about Carter’s actions that earned him the Medal of Honor in the feature section of […]
American troops set out to prove their capabilities in support of fellow Americans following a disaster in the homeland during Exercise Vibrant Response.
Medal of Honor Nominee Staff Sgt. Ty Carter talks about the effects of his post traumatic stress disorder and how to receive help.
More than 6,000 people applied to compete to be NASA’s next astronaut candidates, and out of the eight selected, two were Army majors. As candidates, they face two years of training before becoming astronauts.
Staff Sgt. Ty Carter was nominated to receive the Medal of Honor for his actions at Combat Outpost Keating, Afghanistan in 2009.
Motorcyclists ride in honor of Vietnam War Soldiers killed in action and missing in action during Rolling Thunder in Washington D.C.
Master Sgt. Marshall Rader rendered the first salute to his son, Gregory Rader, following his officer commissioning ceremony at North Georgia University, May 10, through a video teleconference at Forward Operating Base Gamberi, Afghanistan.
Sgt. Justin Haggerty, a military policeman, adopts the dog he deployed with after their return. The bomb-sniffing dog was medically retired after he was diagnosed with PTSD.