A public health campaign called Stop the Bleed builds on lifesaving lessons from military battlefields. The goal is to train Americans of all ages how to successfully respond to bleeding emergencies in traumas from accidents and intentional violence.
Danas is making its way quickly toward Korea's west coast and, according to the Joint Typhoon Warning Center's latest forecast track, should split the difference between Osan and Kunsan Air Bases by Saturday evening as a middling tropical storm.
A test run of a new Air Force medical program was so successful at reducing the number of airmen who were sidelined and unable to perform their jobs that it’s being rolled out at bases across the U.S., officials said.
The United States and South Korea will conduct joint military exercises as planned later this year, officials said Thursday, despite warnings by North Korea that the drills may affect the resumption of nuclear talks or prompt more nuclear or missile tests.
A Republican congressman introduced legislation Wednesday to prevent individuals charged with certain crimes from working at Department of Veterans Affairs child care centers – a measure that sparked controversy among members of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, a typically bipartisan body.
CAMP WALKER, South Korea – On the anniversary of the 19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command’s 55th year, the legacy of service and commitment were on display as 19 Soldiers from “Team 19” raised their right hand to reenlist and reconfirm their oath at Kelly Field House, July 15.
The former commandant of cadets at West Point assumed the helm of the 2nd Infantry Division on Wednesday as senior officials insisted that changes to military exercises to facilitate nuclear talks with North Korea have not diminished the ability to “fight tonight.”
U.S. Air Force Col. John Gonzales, left, 51st Fighter Wing commander, passes a ceremonial guidon to Col. Michael Fea as he takes command of the 51st Medical Group at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, July 16, 2019.
NORFOLK (NNS) -- The Chief of Navy Operations (CNO) announced the rollout of the Navy Civilian Acculturation Program (NCAP) in NAVADMIN 158/19 July 15, providing details of a new orientation program that is now available for newly hired civilians with no prior experience or background in the Navy.