From July 23-25, three hot shots from the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine presented a report titled “Strengthening the Military Family Readiness System for a Changing American Society” at the Military Child Education Coalition’s National Training Seminar in Washington, DC.
The Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs "are committed to collaborating on health IT wherever it is appropriate for both organizations," said Chris Harrington, deputy assistant director of the Defense Health Agency's Information Operations Solution Delivery Division.
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 Air Force’s highest ranking female fighter pilot was removed from her job leading the Pentagon office responsible for overseeing some of the military’s closest-held secret programs, defense officials said Tuesday.
The United States released the 2019 Global Health Security Strategy, outlining the Nation's approach to strengthen global health security to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease outbreaks, May 9, 2019.
Defense Department civilians who made permanent-change-of-station moves within the past two years soon will receive debt notices that also will include unanticipated interest charges and potential state tax penalties because of a 2017 tax law change.
Three new subway locations are opening up around the city.
On July 28th, the newest location opened up at W Square in Yongho-dong.
Two other locations in Busan — one near Dong-eui University and the other in Myungji International City — will open in August.
Jangkkobang: Red bean porridge made with 100% domestic ingredients
Jangkkobang is a famous red bean porridge café near Gangnam Station. The first thing that comes into sight as you enter the café is a large traditional caldron for cooking red beans. At Jangkkobang, every morning begins by simmering red beans in this caldron.
This little bake shop is just a few blocks (maybe three) from the most popular area of downtown Daegu. Le Pouldu (that’s what it’s called) is still surrounded by stores, restaurants, and coffee shops, just not on the main street.