U.S. Navy Sailors serving in Korea honored the 69th anniversary of the start of the Korean War by participating in multiple commemorations honoring those who sacrificed their lives to defend the Republic of Korea, June 25 and 26.
The U.S. Army Garrison Daegu leadership changed hands during a ceremony at Camp Walker June 25, as the Area IV community bid farewell to Col. Robert P. Mann Jr., the outgoing commander, and welcomed Col. Edward J. Ballanco, the incoming commander.
In the early morning, the Alaskan skies are awakened to the sound of roaring jets soaring overhead. Languages from around the world are heard in the air, and though different, all of them come together as one team.
The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, the Defense Health Agency’s traumatic brain injury center of excellence, recently released the “Cognitive Rehabilitation for Service Members and Veterans Following Mild to Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury Clinical Recommendations.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States and medical officials said early detection greatly increases survivability.
Pat Shanahan confirmed Tuesday that he has resigned as acting defense secretary and ended his campaign to seek the job outright amid reports of domestic violence in his family involving himself, his ex-wife and their son.
The decision to temporarily lift a long-reviled curfew for American troops in South Korea on Monday came just in time for Lt. Col. Junel Jeffrey to cross midnight market shopping in Seoul off her bucket list.