Honoring the Bataan: One Man’s Fight to Survive

During a march that was held at White Sands Misssile Range, service members paid tribute to the 76,000 prisoners of war and missing in action from Bataan and Corregidor during World War II.

Honoring the Bataan: One Man’s Fight to Survive Honoring the Bataan: One Man's Fight to Survive

NATO Forces Hone Response Skills

First responders in Afghanistan get a chance to hone their skills as NATO forces conducted a mass casualty exercise.

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The Science of Sweat: Skin Biosensors

This is a story based on an interview with Dr. Josh Hagen of the U.S. Air Force, about their new skin sensor technology, and how it will affect service members.

The Science of Sweat: Skin Biosensors The Science of Sweat: Skin Biosensors

Worth A Thousand Words in DoD

The Defense Department publishes unique photos from around the services and more on a week to week basis. Here is an overview of some recently taken photos.

Worth A Thousand Words in DoD Worth A Thousand Words in DoD

Remembering the Doolittle Raid

This year marks the 72nd anniversary of the Doolittle Raid on Japan. Retired Army Lt. Col Richard Cole recounts his experience from the historic flight.

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During a march at White Sands Misssile Range, service members paid tribute to the prisoners of war and missing in action from Bataan and Corregidor during World War II.
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First responders in Afghanistan get a chance to hone their skills as NATO forces conducted a mass casualty exercise.
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This is a story based on an interview with Dr. Josh Hagen of the U.S. Air Force, about their new skin sensor technology, and how it will affect service members.

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The Defense Department publishes unique photos from around the services and more on a week to week basis. Here is an overview of some recently taken photos.
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In honor of Month of the Military Child, the Real Warriors Campaign, in coordination with Defense Media Activity, will host a bloggers roundtable on April 22.
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Michaela Coplen, a military child from Carlisle, PA., discusses what it was like growing up as a military child and what advice she would offer others like her.
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Anyone stationed abroad who has a privately owned vehicle, the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command has made some changes that start May 1.
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This year marks the 72nd anniversary of the Doolittle Raid on Japan. Retired Army Lt. Col Richard Cole recounts his experience from the historic flight.
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Army Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Snow, DoD Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office director, looks to troops and their leaders to help end military sexual assault.
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