The Army Is Officially Honoring Three Slain JROTC Cadets
The Army has awarded Medals of Heroism, the service’s highest medal for Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets, to the three JROTC students killed defending their classmates from a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida on Feb. 14
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Virtual Reality smooths out PCS moves
“The listing photos, the photographer works for the seller,” Rowley said. “They’re not going to show the freeway running through the back yard. You can’t smell the smoke from 30 years of smoking in the house. It’s those kind of dynamics, those kind of intuitions, that are absent from listing
Why Military Women Are Missing from the #MeToo Moment
Women in the military put their lives on the line on behalf of this country. It is a profound betrayal of their commitment to our nation that the greater threat they face is from fellow service members and from a military justice system that fails them, time after time.
“…an important lesson was learned 76 years ago–one that he said should never be forgotten.”
With 104 years of memories, that day still sticks out to him.
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“She Was Asking For It. What Did She Think Was Going to Happen?”
” I have no doubt that to protect themselves from you possibly shaming them, and wanting to keep you out of their sphere after shaming themselves, they preemptively paint you as a nut, a liar, a whatever, and you are never given a chance to read for a part, or
Offutt Airman saves newborn minutes from death; named AFMS Trusted Hero
After severe weather left many with property damage, and even more without power, a patient missing an appointment might have been easily overlooked.
But for Senior Airman Taylor Scherff, 55th Medical Group Pediatric Clinic medical technician, something didn’t sit right. She knew she couldn’t wait for the normal call-back to
Marine is on a mission to provide service dogs for vets with PTSD
Former Marine Cpl. Cole Lyle served a 400-day deployment in Afghanistan, in a war now in its 16th year. Tasked to recover blown up vehicles outside the wire, he often faced the threat of secondary roadside bombs or ambushes. He also volunteered at a trauma hospital in Helmand province, where
First black woman to lead West Point cadets ‘humbled’ by opportunity
When Simone Askew was in fifth grade, she saw military cadets march in formation across the field at an Army vs. Navy football game.
At that time she didn’t have a concept of what military academies were. But she was very attracted to what she saw that day
Military Sexual Trauma and Retaliation
This Soldier was retaliated against by her unit, ostracized by command and her peers and then forced to medically discharge without a opportunity to seek the proper diagnosis and treatment. To this date she believes like many other survivors that her command didn’t want to deal with the aftermath of
They ‘lived and died as warriors:’ Army mourns Fort Bragg paratroopers’ deaths
Two soldiers killed in Afghanistan on Wednesday, including one from North Carolina, were each on their first deployments, Army officials said Friday.
The Department of Defense identified the soldiers Thursday evening as Spc. Christopher Michael Harris, 25, of Jackson Springs, N.C., and Sgt. Jonathon Michael Hunter, 23, of Columbus, Ind.
New commander is highest ranking female officer in Afghanistan since war began
KABUL, Afghanistan — Army Maj. Gen. Robin Fontes on Saturday assumed the highest position of any female servicemember in Afghanistan since the war began, taking over command of Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan.
“I promise to give you my full support, my best effort, my respect and my loyalty every day,”
Korean War veteran’s Navy Cross is 66 years overdue
Naimo ran to their aid, exposing himself to withering enemy mortar, artillery and machine gun fire sweeping his company’s position: Hill 1052, near what would be called “The Punchbowl,” north of the 38th Parallel.
It was Friday, Sept. 14, 1951.
Naimo saw that the two Marines were severely wounded. They
Marines, sailor killed in Mississippi crash identified
U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve has identified the 15 Marines and one sailor who were killed Monday when their KC-130T crashed in the Mississippi Delta’s Leflore County. Here are their stories:
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Forces Command welcomes Richardson to Fort Bragg as new deputy commanding general
Given his pick among all of the Army’s two-star generals, Gen. Robert “Abe” Abrams knew exactly who he wanted as his No. 2 at U.S. Army Forces Command. On Friday, Abrams welcomed that choice — now Lt. Gen. Laura J. Richardson — to Fort Bragg during a ceremony at Marshall
Clint Eastwood casts real-life heroes in The 15:17 to Paris
Production on Clint Eastwood‘s next movie gets underway this week, and in a somewhat surprising movie, Eastwood has cast a trio of real-life heroes to play themselves in THE 15:17 TO PARIS. A little under two years ago, aboard a train in France on its way from Amsterdam to Paris,
Brad Paisley and John Fogerty tell it like it is
“When Brad Paisley posted the video for “Love and War,” the title track from his new album, on Facebook, he prefaced it with one declaratory sentence: “One of the most important things I’ve ever said and I’m so honored to say it with John Fogerty.” ”
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