Carlos R. Smith, a 90-year-old avid reader who closely follows politics and current events with a special interest in US foreign policy, has completed his new book, “Korea”: an accurate first person account of life as an Infantry rifleman on the front lines of the Korean War.
The American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program has recognized Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) for meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care for the second year in a row, ranking the hospital among the top 10% of participating hospitals for surgical care.
The holiday season is nearly upon us and ‘tis the season when postal officials urge military postal service users to mail cards and presents as early as possible due to an expected increase in volume during the peak end-of-year season.
Packets of Korean coffee are piled together prior to a Bag Brigade Drive at Freedom Chapel here, Nov. 21, in which 43 volunteers assembled welcome bags for newly arriving single and unaccompanied Soldiers entering the quarantine process.
The Army plans to adjust how it promotes its noncommissioned officers that could impact Soldiers who are serving in combat, starting a family or enrolled in the non-resident Sergeants Major Course, said the Army’s top enlisted Soldier.
I had been unable to join the military when I graduated high school due to a medical issue. In 1969 I was employed by the Kansas City Southern railroad as part of the engineering operations of the KCS.