The Defense Department has identified more than 130,000 veterans who may be eligible for a refund for taxes paid on disability severance payments.
Just as it did three years ago, the California Army National Guard’s 132nd Multirole Bridge Company built a temporary bridge to facilitate state firefighting efforts.
Medical training that coalition forces provide to their Iraqi partners saves lives, and it is on track to save more.
One Texas Army National Guard battalion transferred security force responsibilities for Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa to another at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti.
At the Washington Air National Guard’s 194th Wing, the work of building airmen starts before basic military training, in student flight.
Army leaders approved a new fitness test designed to better prepare soldiers for combat tasks, reduce injuries and lead to cost savings across the service.
Secretary of Defense James N. Mattis embarks on a trip that includes stops in Belgium, Croatia and
Construction is nearly complete on “Cargo City,” a new operating location for U.S. and coalition forces to conduct aerial port operations in Kuwait.
Four Washington National Guard soldiers received medals for their quick action in saving a girl’s life while their convoy was fueling up.
For one soldier, a Father’s Day outing of picnicking, swimming and quality time with family included one unexpected activity: saving someone’s life.
Whether building schools or changing the battle space, combat engineers are there to pave the way.