Family and Spouse
Senators Outraged by Living Conditions on Military Bases
Mold, lead paint and rats are some of the problems found on bases.
Mrs. Holly Dailey on the Military Housing Survey
Mrs. Holly Dailey encourages Military members and their families to respond to the Military Housing Survey, which will provide vital
Coast Guard Cutter Departs for Western Pacific Ocean
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Bertholf (WMSL-750), a 418-foot national security cutter, departed Alameda Jan. 20, 2019, for a patrol to
Operation Christmas Drop 2018
Operation Christmas Drop is one of the longest running humanitarian aid and disaster relief training missions in the DoD's history.
Volunteers Lay 1,100 Wreaths At Fort Benning Cemetery
Over one thousand wreaths were laid at the Main Post Cemetery this past Saturday.
Army Reserve Soldiers Visit San Jorge Children Hospital
Army Reserve -Puerto Rico Soldiers visited the patients of the San Jorge Children Hospital in San Juan, PR, to honor
NORAD Tracks Santa Elf Command Center
Santa’s elves have taken over the NORAD control room! Every holiday season, they come down from the North Pole to
Tracking Santa (2018)
The North American Aerospace Command is responsible for tracking every flight over the U.S. and Canada. They’re so serious about
Military Community Competes to be Okinawa’s Strongest
United States services members and civilians compete in the inaugural Okinawa's Strongest competition at Gunner's Field, Camp Foster Okinawa, Japan,
Stallion Soldiers Volunteer at USO Santa Event
Soldiers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, took a day out