Kyle Tomaszewski married his high school sweetheart more than three years ago. His wife decided during nursing school to join the Army as a medic.
It’s been more than 40 years since Carolyn Bell took a job washing dishes at a snack bar with Army & Air Force Exchange Service, but she said she still has fun at work.
A 1st Air Cavalry Brigade unit is in the running for an Army-level maintenance award to be decided this spring.
The 15 soldiers of the 379th Blood Support Detachment will embark on a new journey as they leave for the unit’s first deployment to Afghanistan. This nine-month deployment also marks the unit’s first deployment since Operation Desert Storm in 1991.
As the Army continues to make changes, one change will directly affect officers starting April 1 — the revision of the officer evaluation reporting system.
Army physical training doesn’t stop for a soldier who gets pregnant, but it does change.
Cloaked in history and tradition, no major cavalry ceremony would be complete without the requisite sound of cannon fire echoing off Cooper Field.