‘The Forgotten War’ Explained on 62nd Armistice Day

Korean War Veterans Armistice Day honors the Americans who fought to keep communism from spreading across Asia. But what do you really know about the war?

‘The Forgotten War’ Explained on 62nd Armistice Day 'The Forgotten War' Explained on 62nd Armistice Day

It Might Not Be the Holidays, But It’s Still Donation Time

While many of us are filling our summers with fun, food banks are trying to fill their shelves for the needy. With the Feds Feed Families campaign, you can help.

It Might Not Be the Holidays, But It’s Still Donation Time It Might Not Be the Holidays, But It's Still Donation Time

Service Pups in Training Help PTSD, TBI Patients Heal

While many wounded warriors get physical help via therapy dogs, service members with invisible wounds get the help they need by training those pups.

Service Pups in Training Help PTSD, TBI Patients Heal Service Pups in Training Help PTSD, TBI Patients Heal

Why Pick Government Cybersecurity? Longtime Leader Explains

Cybersecurity is a growing, lucrative field in the private sector, but doing the same job for the government can be more rewarding. Read one longtime DoD expert's take on it.

Why Pick Government Cybersecurity? Longtime Leader Explains Why Pick Government Cybersecurity? Longtime Leader Explains

Talisman Sabre Offers Unique Training in Remote Aussie Towns

Australia's climate and terrain are great for U.S. troops to train in during Talisman Sabre 2015, an exercise that's taking place in some interesting but remote places.

Talisman Sabre Offers Unique Training in Remote Aussie Towns Talisman Sabre Offers Unique Training in Remote Aussie Towns
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Korean War Veterans Armistice Day honors the Americans who fought to keep communism from spreading across Asia. But what do you really know about the war?
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While many of us are filling our summers with fun, food banks are trying to fill their shelves for the needy. With the Feds Feed Families campaign, you can help.
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While many wounded warriors get physical help via therapy dogs, service members with invisible wounds get the help they need by training those pups.
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Cybersecurity is a growing, lucrative field in the private sector, but doing the same job for the government can be more rewarding. Read one longtime DoD expert’s take on it.
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Australia’s climate and terrain are great for U.S. troops to train in during Talisman Sabre 2015, an exercise that’s taking place in some interesting but remote places.
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Few people get to tend to the horses that carry fallen soldiers to their final resting places. That’s the work of an Army farrier, who has a tough yet rewarding trade.
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It’s been 40 years since the end of the War in Vietnam. Since that time, U.S.-Vietnamese relations have been re-established and seem to only be getting better.
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While the date July 4, 1776, is ingrained in most of our memories, there are some cool facts you may not know about our Independence Day.
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Vision is a critical resource for everyone, and yet, for many Department of Defense personnel, that resource has been lost or diminished because of an injury.
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