A bi-weekly five-minute internal information newscast produced for U.S. Army Reserve Command military personnel, civilian employees and family members of both. It provides news about events, changes and other activities that impact the people who work in the command at Fort Bragg, NC. Includes information that is useful to Soldiers, families, employees and others as well as subordinate commands and units who support the Army Reserve world-wide.
Features stories from around the Air Force. Produced by US Air Force.
An anchored 2 minute TV newscast with military stories from around Korea. Produced by American Forces Network Korea.
A cornerstone of America's Army where Army values and mission-focused training coexist with the grandeur of life in Alaska to forge Ready Units, Strong families, and Arctic Tough Leaders. USARAK is an experience of a lifetime.
The Army’s Online and Social Media Division hosts Bloggers Roundtables - phone interviews that connect bloggers and online journalists to Senior Army Leaders and subject matter experts. Army Bloggers Roundtables focus on hot topics and exclusive opportunities for the online community such as smartphone technologies for Soldiers, uniform changes, physical training doctrine, and the drawdown in Iraq.
Features stories by and about U.S. Third Army/U.S. Army Central Soldiers.
Features news and events regarding U.S. Army Garrison Japan service members. Provided by U.S. Army Installation Management Command.
Wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans participate in the Warrior Games. They will comprise five U.S. teams representing the Army, Marine Corps, Navy/Coast Guard, Air Force and Special Operations, as well as one international team from the U.K. Teams will compete in seven sports including archery, cycling, shooting, sitting-volleyball, swimming, track & field and wheelchair basketball.
We take a close look at the drawdown of troops in Iraq through interviews and footage from the men and women serving the United States.