Do you think the First Amendment is important and should be protected? Would you like to follow in the footsteps of journalists Andy Rooney and Steve Croft? Comic book illustrator Tom Sutton? Authors Gustav Hasford and Ralph G. Martin?
Like many military physician colleagues, Dr. Richard W. Thomas, a retired Army major general, ear-nose-throat surgeon and current president of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, is worried about tentative Defense Department plans to eliminate more than 17,000 uniformed medical billets across the military health system...
The Military Health System is in the process of transitioning from the American Heart Association resuscitation training – basic life support, advanced cardiac life support, and pediatric advanced life support – to American Red Cross training courses.
A taste of home goes a long way for military families living in Europe and the Pacific. For more than 20 years, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service has supported Girl Scout troops by shipping their famous cookies to military installations outside of the United States in time for their annual selling season.
Are you ready for Heart Health Month? This is the time to listen to – and take care of – your heart. You can do so by getting familiar with the risk factors of heart disease and taking action to reduce your risk.
A South Korea-based U.S. airman brought a World War II-era Japanese flag to a small city in Gunma prefecture Thursday to complete a family mission started after his grandfather died nearly two decades before.
With the 27th Okinawa Marathon coming up on Sunday Feb. 17, traffic restrictions will be put in place on Kadena Air Base and off base. Listed below is a summary of information released by 18th Wing and the organizer of the race.