WASHINGTON (Army News Service, May 16, 2012) — More than 42 years after performing selfless, heroic actions in Cambodia, which resulted in his death, Spc. 4 Leslie H. Sabo Jr. was recognized at a White House ceremony when his widow accepted the Medal of Honor on his behalf. Among those attending the May 16 […]
An Army doctor has helped develop a vaccine that he believes will prevent cancer, or at least its recurrence.
Natick Soldier Systems Center studies the best way to commercially clean rather than replace soiled IOTV garments, saving the Army more than $62 million.
Army senior linebacker Andrew Rodriguez has been named the nation's most outstanding amateur athlete.
One week after pinning on her first star, the Army Chief of Staff announced that Brig. Gen. Laura Richardson will become the Army's first female to serve as a division deputy commander.
Military medical specialists and civilian experts are working closely with one another to develop traumatic brain injury prevention, diagnosis and treatment practices.
U.S. Army researchers at Natick Soldier Systems Center test various facets of Soldier performance.
About 70 Soldiers from across the country brought their "A" games to the Warrior Games clinics at Fort Meade, Md., to train and compete for a spot on the Army's 2012 Warrior Games team.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosted a White House tribute to Iraq War veterans and their families last night to honor them for their service, sacrifice and commitment to nation.
Long hailed as windows to the soul, the eyes also might provide insight for researchers at the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine.