On the first day of Vacation Bible School, volunteer teacher Monica Tew cordoned off 10 students behind yellow caution tape and gave them a brief taste of what it might have felt like to have leprosy during Jesus’ time.
By Pfc. Joshua D. Kramer, 2nd BCT, 1st AD Public Affairs
Napoleon Bonaparte once said, “An Army marches on its stomach.” For the food service specialists in 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, their mission during the Network Integration Evaluation 14.2 was to ensure troops in
During the longest war ever fought by U.S. military forces, the U.S. Army involvement in Afghanistan included the development of a highly effective military health care system to serve the battlefield needs of U.S. and Coalition forces.
By GEN John F. Kelly, ARMY TIMES Opinions and Forums
After observing the transnational organized crime network for 19 months as commander of U.S. Southern Command, I see the only viable approach is to work as closely as we can with as many nations in the region.