A soldier with the U.S. 1st Air Cavalry Division is helped by a fellow soldier as he crawls from the mud of a rice paddy while taking heavy Viet Cong fire near An Thi in South Vietnam on Jan. 30, 1966.
A Vietnam War Hero Discusses How The Nature Of Combat Has Changed Over The Years
Distinguished Service Cross recipient Richard Rinaldo spoke with Task & Purpose about the disparity between courage under fire and its recognition after the fact.
Maj. Gen Darrell K. Williams, CASCOM and Fort Lee commanding general, reads the oath of enlistment Oct. 11 to five young Hispanic recruits from the Military Entrance Processing Station at the end of the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration.
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How Military Millennials Can Show They Are Not Lazy, Entitled Snowflakes
A retired special operations Air Force colonel has advice for millennials to succeed in the military.
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Stand And Deliver: That ‘One Leg Monster’ On War, Pain, And Powerlifting
A combat wounded Army veteran and an amputee powerlifter, KC Mitchell knows pain better than most. It’s what keeps him going.