A Closer Look: Moving Out

The retrograde of goods and equipment from Afghanistan is underway. Join Gail McCabe for a “Closer Look” at what it means to logisticians, when the U.S. Military says it’s “Moving Out.”

Ready for Warrior Games

After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, Maj. John Arbino became active in adaptive sports and eventually was accepted to the Army Team for the 2013 Warrior Games.

Remembering the fallen

Spc. Miguel Lopez, who was wounded in Afghanistan, talks about his fallen friend and works to keep his memory alive while recovering from his injuries.

Pathfinders support Operation Central Accord

Pathfinders from the 560th Battlefield Surveillence Brigade, Georgia National Guard, teach African military members how to set up a dropzone during Operation Central Accord. More than 170 Soldiers supported the U.S. Army Africa exercise in Cameroon.

Excess U.S. equipment being sent home from Afghanistan

The 1st Theater Sustainment Command prepares to move excess vehicles and equipment out of Afghanistan. One of the challenges that Maj. Gen. Kurt Stein, commander of the 1st Sustainment Command, said they face is that Soldiers are still fighting and need the equipment they are using, so they cannot take it from them until units […]

Medal of Honor recipient remembered by fellow POWs

Herbert Miller, a Korean War Veteran and prisoner of war with Chaplain (Capt.) Emil Kapaun, shares his experiences about the events that led to Kapaun being posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Korean War while assigned to the 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division.

Earning the “Gainey Cup”

Scouts from around the world competed to earn the title of “Best Scout Team” during the inaugural Gainey Cup. The five-day event held at Fort Benning, Ga., March 2-5, tested the Soldiers both physically and on the basics of being a cavalry scout. The competition was named for retired Command Sgt. Maj. William J. Gainey, […]