The Army is working to curb a rise in sexual assault incidents while making a case to retain its traditional chain of command in the prosecution of those crimes
When Holly Steen called her husband last year to say she was pregnant, he had his own news to share.
Microsoft's Software and Services Academy lets soldiers leaving the military spend four months learning new programs and guarantees them work once they finish.
The Army sent Brig. Gen. Kurt Ryan to Joint Base Lewis-McChord to build a new headquarters full of senior sergeants and veteran staff officers responsible for supplying troops at home and overseas.
The death of Army nurse Capt. Jennifer Moreno in Afghanistan last month devastated her teammates. They told themselves they should have been the ones to take that dangerous mission with a team of Army Rangers instead of the feisty medic from San Diego with the broad smile.
New Western Regional Medical Command leader Brig. Gen. John Cho is the Army's first active duty general of Korean decent
Sgt. Craig Warfle already had the respect of his peers in the Army’s Ranger Regiment and the gratitude of military leaders at the highest levels for the bravery he showed three years ago when he held back enemy fighters in Afghanistan to protect a fatally wounded soldier.
Army police have opened an investigation into a pile of military equipment that was dropped off at the Tacoma landfill last week, a spokesman for Joint Base Lewis-McChord said Friday.
As a single mom and combat-wounded Navy corpsman, Holly Crabtree has too much on her mind to stress about the next time she might black out. Shed rather think about her daughters busy schedule packed with things such as dance classes and Girl Scouts.
Capt. Edward "Flip" Klein stepped on a mine in Kandahar province while leading soldiers from the 2nd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division on Oct. 22, 2012.
Historical Military Sales lost its business license following a March sting. Former soldier Colton Sanders this month pleaded guilty to possessing stolen gear and reselling it.
The Washington National Guard this week plans to break ground on a $27 million headquarters at JBLM for a unit that seeks to tilt the battlefield in its favor by influencing the decisions of enemy leaders.
A Joint Base Lewis-McChord military police brigade that repeatedly sent soldiers to Iraq and Afghanistan over the past 10 years finally has a home to honor the troops it lost .
"Roll over! Roll over!" the soldiers cried out. A 19-ton Stryker teetered on its side for an impossibly long second and somehow came down upright on all eight wheels.
Command Sgt. Maj. Samuel Murphy led JBLM Stryker troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Outgoing Command Sgt. Maj. Del Byers standardized Army policies since launching the 7th Infantry Division last year.
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