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Army Staff Sgt. Ross Alewine trains at the Fort Belvoir, Va., archery range preparing for the 2018 Army trials and a chance to compete in the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games. Army photo by Annette Gomes

Soldier takes aim toward DoD Warrior Games and beyond

ARLINGTON, Va., Feb. 10, 2018 — Have you ever wanted something so badly that you would do just about anything to obtain it? Army Staff Sgt. Ross...

U.S. Army Secretary Dr. Mark T. Esper, center, meets with U.S. Soldiers participating in Exercise Allied Spirit VIII in Europe, January 30, 2018. During a recent roundtable with MSO/VSO organizations at the Pentagon on Feb. 6, Secretary Esper provided more details about the Army's efforts to reduce the number of non-deployable Soldiers and PCS moves. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo)

Fewer non-deployable Soldiers, less-frequent PCS moves a goal, Army secretary says

WASHINGTON -- The Army is taking a hard look at the number of Soldiers who are designated as non-deployable and also at possibly reducing the...

Outside the AFN Casey broadcast studio on Camp Casey in Dongducheon Feb. 1, staffers take down a satellite dish as they prepare to shut down the station for good. AFN Casey is closing as part of a consolidation of the network's stations Korea-wide. But AFN will continue to broadcast to Area I from its "super station" on Camp Humphreys in Pyeongtaek. (Photo Credit: Sgt. James M. Griffin)

AFN Casey closes shop in Area I

CAMP CASEY, South Korea -- AFN Casey, the U.S. military's broadcast station that for years aired live, on-scene coverage of the Soldiers in...

Defense Secretary James N. Mattis speaks with reporters at the Pentagon, Feb. 8, 2018. (DoD photo by Air Force Tech Sgt. Vernon Young Jr.)

Mattis Clears Up DACA Deportation for Service Members

WASHINGTON, Feb. 8, 2018 — U.S. service members who are a part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program cannot be deported, Defense...

The USS Missouri, moored 500 yards from the USS Arizona Memorial, was the site of the Japanese surrender in 1945. The ship is a testament to America’s will as a Pacific nation. (DoD photo by Jim Garamone)

America’s History, Future Integral to Pacific, Dunford Says

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii, Feb. 9, 2018 — It is somehow appropriate that the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s latest visit to...

The Winter Olympics Lowdown

Okay, full disclosure: I hate snow. I hate ice. I hate sleet, hail, blizzards. In fact, I hate the cold in general. So when I was tasked with...

MMA in Korea: Welcome to the MAD House

There’s little doubt that on this particular afternoon Choi “The Korean Superboy” Doo-ho rules the roost that has been set up for the fighter...

Busan to open all toll roads for free during Seolnal

After the government decided to make all expressways accessible for free during the Lunar New Year’s holiday, the city of Busan followed suit to...

Lt. Gen. Kenneth Dahl will lead 38 professionals from the U.S. Army Installation Management Command to the Association of Defense Communities' Installation Innovation Forum, scheduled for Feb. 12 through 14 in San Diego, where they will promote partnerships to strengthen bonds between installations and surrounding communities. Dahl, the commanding general of IMCOM, also will explain the Army's "Divest, Reshape, Invest" strategy. (Photo Credit: Tim Hipps, IMCOM Public Affairs)

Installation Management Command gears up for Installation Innovation Forum

FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas (Feb. 2, 2018) -- The general in charge of operating the installations where Soldiers live and train will explain the Army...

The cover image is an artistic impression of the process of nuclear excitation by electron capture. A highly stripped ion, illustrated here as an atomic nucleus with a single orbiting electron, captures an incident electron into a vacant orbit. Under the right conditions, this capture transfers a small amount of energy into the nucleus, which subsequently emits a much larger amount of energy in the form of gamma rays. (Photo Credit: Image courtesy James J. Carroll, William Parks and Eric Proctor)

Army-led effort demos new battery that could provide alternative energy source

ADELPHI, Md. -- A multinational research team, led by Army scientists, successfully induced a controlled release of stored isotopic energy using a...

From left to right, Sgt. Matthew Mortensen, 32, an interior electrician, Sgt. Emily Sweeney, 24, a military police officer, and Sgt. Taylor Morris, 26, an Army human resources specialist, will represent the World Class Athlete Program during luge competitions at the Olympics. (Photo Credit: World Class Athlete Program photo)

Luge Soldier-athletes are ready for the Winter Olympics

The three Soldiers in the World Class Athlete Program spoke confidently about their readiness for this icy event just days away.

The...

Vice President Mike Pence addresses service members at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Feb. 8, 2018. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Matthew Gilmore

Pence: U.S., allies to continue peacefully dismantling North Korea’s Nuke Program

WASHINGTON, Feb. 8, 2018 — In recent years, North Korea has threatened the United States and its allies across the Indo-Pacific region, and for...

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