The first time I opened an MRE, I was 9 years old.
Today, most of us think of cooties as those imaginary germs kids are afraid they’ll get if they go anywhere near a member of the opposite sex.
As we exit from our second war in this new century, many in authority sense something is missing in American strategic generalship.
A Nevada lawmaker is advocating on behalf of Vietnam War helicopter pilots and crew members for a memorial in Arlington National Cemetery.
Rep. Mark Amodei, R-Nev., is sponsoring a bill that would direct Army officials to approve something more substantial than a small tree plaque and “virtual memorial” concept that has received the green light as a space-saving alternative.
At a recent hearing before the House Armed Services Military Personnel Subcommittee, Amodei said he understands and appreciates “the necessity of saving all available land for grave space” at Arlington.
Since I was confirmed as Army secretary in May, I’ve tried to get out of the Pentagon and see America’s Army through the eyes of soldi
My priorities have not changed over the past year; readiness remains the No. 1 priority.
The 39th Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Mark A. Milley has called readiness “our No. 1 priority, and there is no other No.
Few things are more challenging for the Army than being ready to fight today while simultaneously preparing for an unpredictable, cons
U.S. Army Europe is America’s land power that is an ocean closer to every major security challenge America faces except the Pacific.