Throughout his 36-year career, Command Sgt. Maj. Thomas Capel has left his mark on thousands of U.S. and partner-nation soldiers and leaders.
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.
Senior NCOs from 32 European armies and the U.S. gathered in Denmark recently to share military tactics and techniques, and build relationships among allied and partner forces.
"Starting Strong” gives civilians interested in the Army a chance to live and breathe a military occupational specialty for a week with an Army mentor and actual Soldiers, to determine if Army life is for them.
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.
Beginning Aug. 1, 2013, every Soldier who elects to transfer their Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to a family member will incur an additional four years in the Army, without regard to their time in service.
The Large Capacity Ammunition Carriage System, or "Ironman," began as the brainchild of Iowa National Guardsmen and was named one of the Army's top inventions of 2010. The system was recently assessed by Soldiers in Afghanistan.
The 10th Mountain Division spent 2012 training its brigade combat teams to advise and assist Afghan forces as they conduct security operations. The SFAAT competition at Fort Drum put that training to the test.
A 21st Theater Sustainment Command initiative has resulted in a one-of-a-kind Soldier clothing sales facility that caters specifically to wounded Soldiers.
A trial medevac program developed by the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade is enabling flight medics to administer life-saving blood products to critically wounded Soldiers in Afghanistan, en route to medical facilities.