WASHINGTON — Running away from the sound of gunfire and explosions toward a shelter door, 2nd Lt. Rowan Sheldon of the U.S. Army suddenly stopped dead and gasped out an expletive: It wasn’t an escape, it was a solid wall.
WASHINGTON — An Army statistician whose research informed battlefield treatment decisions was quietly forced to resign in January after admitting she did not earn the doctoral degree she had been claiming.
The news out of West Africa in recent days — good and bad — has demonstrated a fundamental challenge in the fight against Ebola: The virus is more nimble than the human response to it. The landscape of infection and disease has changed dramatically in recent weeks, even as institutions have largely stuck to blueprints drafted months ago.
Afghan forces are dying at an unsustainable rate on the battlefield, a senior U.S. commander said last week, in a troubling sign ahead of the departure of most U.S. and NATO troops by the end of this year.
Innovative and efficient technology for saving the installation energy and money has earned Fort Hood the 2014 Secretary of the Army Energy and Water Management Award for Energy Efficiency and Energy Management Small Group.
CANADIAN FORCES BASE EDMONTON, Alberta, Canada — Soldiers with Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians), 1st Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group worked with soldiers in Predator Company, 4th Squadron, 3rd Cavalry Regiment, during an annual field problem Oct. 13-28 at the Canadian Forces Base Edmonton, in Alberta, Canada.