Army Lodge dinners The Hainerberg Chapel hosts congregation-sponsored dinners held…
These two words impart more awe-inspired honor to an NCO than possibly any others in the Army.
For military families, moving is a fact of life. For military children, that fact can be extremely tough to deal with.
Second annual German-American Friendship Festival celebrates fun, friendship and the best of both countries
Burn pits were a common way to get rid of waste at military sites in Iraq and Afghanistan. At this time, research does not show evidence of long-term health problems from exposure to burn pits. However, the VA continues to study the health of deployed Veterans.
The Defense Department’s Common Access Card is undergoing modification to make it easier for visually color-impaired security officials to identify bearers who are military, government or contractor civilians, or foreign nationals, a Defense Human Resources Activity official said recently.
The Installation Management Command’s new Voluntary Placement Program will give first consideration to internal employees wishing to move overseas or return to the continental U.S. from an overseas position.
Not much is known about those who lived some 2,500 years ago in Europe.