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'Iron Man'-style suit in early stages of development

U.S. Special Operations Command wants its operators to be protected with what it informally calls an Iron Man suit, named after the fictional superhero.

WWII veteran, Medal of Honor recipient laid to rest

Retired Master Sgt. Nicholas Oresko was honored at a public funeral service Oct. 10, in Paramus, N.J. Oresko died Oct. 4, at the age of 96, and was the oldest living World War II veteran and Medal of Honor recipient.

Dept. of Defense advises all military personnel to stop using OxyElite Pro

The Department of Defense sent out a warning this week advising all servicemembers and their families to stop using OxyElite Pro products.  

Reservists, National Guardsmen on standby for resumption of training funds

The Army Reserve and the National Guard say they are on standby to see what happens in Congress, as they wait for the resumption of funding for inactive and active-duty training, or IDT and ADT.

Profile of a hero - Medal of Honor recipient CPT William Swenson

An American hero is being honored for his action in Afghanistan. Former Captain William Swenson will be awarded the Medal of Honor by President Barack Obama during a ceremony on Tuesday.

Congresswoman Giffords recognized for resilience, enduring service to Army

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Oct. 10, 2013) -- "My spirit is as strong as ever. I'm still fighting to make the world a better place," said former U.S.

USS Cole bombing anniversary Saturday

Saturday marks the 13-year anniversary of the terrorist attack on the U.S.S. Cole.

USS Cole bombing anniversary Saturday

Saturday marks the 13-year anniversary of the terrorist attack on the U.S.S. Cole.

World War II Medal of Honor recipient dies at 96 years old

The Army and the nation are mourning the passing of World War II veteran and Medal of Honor recipient Nicholas Oresko, who died Oct. 4. He was 96 years old.

Army suspends travel funds for education courses

Funding of temporary duty has been cancelled during the government shutdown for Soldiers and Army civilians scheduled for professional military education or leader-development courses.

With little fanfare, Afghanistan War drags into 13th year

Monday marks 12 years since the U.S.

Email ballots make it easier for overseas Servicemembers to vote in Texas

Men and women serving overseas may soon have an easier way to make their voices heard at the ballot box here at home.  An email ballot federal voter assistance program is in the works that could affect 50 counties in Texas.

Fort Bliss Commissary reopens after some civilian workers allowed to return to work

Some Fort Bliss civilian workers returned to work Monday.  According to Fort Bliss Public Affairs Officer Major Joe Buccino, the Pay our Military Act allowed some furloughed civilian employees to return to work if they contribute to the &q

80 White Sands Missle Range soldiers return home

Friends and family of over eighty Soldiers filled the White Sands Missile Range Bell Gymnasium on Sunday evening. The soldiers returned from a nine month deployment in Afghanistan.