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We’re not all photogenic. Some of us wander through life desperately searching for the right hair style, a presentable physique, or a face that doesn’t elicit a “That person’s definitely a murderer” reaction.
The Air Force is now allowing all pregnant and postpartum airmen to attend professional military education, in an effort to remove barriers that sometimes limited women’s career development.
There is an equine arm of the United States Space Force — no, we’re not horsing around.
Scientists working with the Army are employing a natural self-healing process using squid teeth in ways that could allow future engineers to manufacture self-fixing parts in soldier clothing, prosthetic legs, personal protective equipment and even robot parts.
The military’s ability to pivot quickly to fight enemies doesn’t just apply to air, sea, ground and space forces. The military medical system has been in a unique position to respond to the urgency of COVID-19 on a number of fronts, defense health officials said. Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/H2lZWnZlubk
A House panel on Thursday advanced plans to replace the Department of Veterans Affairs mission statement with gender-neutral language, with Republican lawmakers offering strong support to the idea in opposition to the administration’s objections.
BAR HARBOR, Maine — The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a proposal from two Maine lawmakers to give families of fallen military service members free access to national parks.
Retired Army Col. Mike Jason has been running the Army Ten-Miler for eight years now, and he wears the same shirt every time.
JACKSON, Mich. — A Korean War veteran who dropped out of high school during his junior year in 1952 to join the U.S. Air Force and became a pilot during the war has finally received his high school diploma at age 87.