The U.S. Army is adding more cyberdefense teams and intensifying the training required of its high-tech operators to better equip them to take on 21st-century adversaries, the head of U.S. Cyber Command said.
The Army has met its fiscal year 2019 recruiting goal, service officials said Tuesday, crediting a retooled effort focused largely on attracting young men and women through internet applications and in large cities the military had long ignored.
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Listen up, because this may be the most important part of the story. It’s hard for me to admit, but I almost got lost taking the train to Seoul. Okay, to be honest, I was totally lost! I told you it was hard for me to admit.
CAMP CASEY, Republic of Korea - The 2nd Infantry Division/Republic of Korea-U.S. Combined Division hosted a rigorous train up for the U.S. Army Best Warrior Competition at Rodriguez Live Fire Complex, August 27-28.
Top Army commanders and civilian leaders were not familiar with basic service policies governing their relationships with private companies running on-post housing, which contributed to the housing crisis at installations across the United States, an Inspector General’s report released Thursday determined.
USAG Yongsan-Casey announced it launched a new mass warning notification system, replacing the AtHoc with a new tool developed by the Department of Defense to notify service members, Army civilians and their families of situations such as hazardous road conditions, base closures due to severe weather and any other event nearby requiring immediate...
Troops and their families are wondering when they will get a taste of the fast-food chicken sandwich that last month launched the “chicken sandwich wars” on social media and drew mouth-watering reviews.