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    • 2014 Department of the Army NCO and Soldier of the Year

      2014 Department of the Army NCO and Soldier of the Year

      The Army’s finest Warriors, representing 14 commands from across the Army, will gather at Fort Lee, Va., to compete in the 2014 Best Warrior Competition. The four-day intensive competition will determine the 2014 U.S. Army’s Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier of the Year.

      The Best Warrior Competition promotes espirit de corps and recognizes Soldiers who demonstrate commitment to the...

    • 2018 Invictus Games

      2018 Invictus Games

      The Invictus Games, established by Prince Harry in 2014, brings together wounded and injured veterans from 17 nations for 12 adaptive sporting events, including track and field, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, swimming, sitting volleyball, and golf. This year's games are in Sydney, Australia.

    • Admiral Michelle Howard

      Admiral Michelle Howard

      Adm. Michelle Howard is a 1978 graduate of Gateway High School in Aurora, Colorado. She graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1982 and from the Army’s Command and General Staff College in 1998, with a Masters in Military Arts and Sciences.

      Howard’s initial sea tours were aboard USS Hunley (AS 31) and USS Lexington (AVT 16). While serving aboard Lexington, she received the...

    • AFGSC Women's Leadership Symposium

      AFGSC Women's Leadership Symposium

      Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC) is proud to announce the 2018 AFGSC Women’s Leadership Symposium (WLS) taking place at Barksdale AFB, LA from November 13-14 2018.

      The mission of this year’s symposium is to “Educate AFGSC Airmen on the importance of retaining female warfighters through acknowledging diversity as a force-multiplier and developing the talent of our...

    • AFRL Inspire: The Heart of Science

      AFRL Inspire: The Heart of Science

      AFRL Inspire is a celebration of the people of the Air Force Research Lab and the technologies they develop for the Air Force and the world.

    • Air Force Astronauts

      Air Force Astronauts

      The first astronauts were selected in 1959 from a list of military personnel who met specific qualifications. U.S. Airmen have been involved in the nation’s human space program since its inception. A total of 338 astronauts have been selected to date, 84 of which have served in the Air Force. Today, astronauts come from a variety of backgrounds in addition to military service, they include...

    • America's Marines

      America's Marines

      The U.S. Marine Corps stands ready and eager to answer the call, whatever and wherever the mission. Marines are forged in hard training made wise through years of combat, and imbued with an expeditionary mindset. They train and live hard, thrive in austerity and embrace innovation. America’s Marines are ethical warriors; courageous in battle, always faithful to the Marine Corps’ proud...

    • Byers Medal of Honor

      Byers Medal of Honor

      U.S. Navy Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Edward Byers to be awarded the Medal of Honor Feb. 29, 2016, for actions during the rescue of an American hostage in Afghanistan Dec. 9, 2012.