Brig. Gen. John Rossi shakes hands with Command Sgt. Maj. Jim Thomson, Nov. 12, after arriving on Camp Taji, Iraq, for a visit to the troops there.
Health & Fitness
After A General’s Suicide, The Army’s Looking At Officer Health
A 2-star general committed suicide in July, prompting the Army to consider the health of its officer corps.
Adam Driver and Sylvester Stallone
Sylvester Stallone And Adam Driver Team Up For Movie About Wounded Afghan Vet Travis Mills
Travis Mills, a former staff sergeant with the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division, survived an IED explosion that took his arms and legs. Now, his harrowing story is headed to the big screen.
Someone Added Blood Splatter To The End Of ‘Home Alone’
“Home Alone” with blood splatter is much less of an innocent Christmas movie, but much more realistic.
Spc. Kyle Lauth, of Calverton, N.Y., sips an energy drink in preparation for a dismounted patrol through the Hussaniyah town of the Istaqlal Qada, Dec. 29, 2008.
What The Military Doesn’t Get About Why Troops Love Energy Drinks
The Department of Defense has just released a statement encouraging service members to avoid drinking too much caffeine. Here’s why it’s out of touch with reality.
Navy SEAL Vet and TV Host Dies At 51 From Brain Cancer
Richard “Mack” Machowicz, a TV star and former SEAL scout/sniper, died after a year-long battle with brain cancer.
Why ‘In The Army Now’ Is The Most Realistic Military Movie Ever Made
The 1994 film “In The Army Now” gets an awful lot right about military life.
Marines unfurl the Big Flag during the pre-game show of the 38th annual Holiday Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, Calif., Dec. 30, 2015.
13 January Events With Free Tickets For Vets And Service Members
Here are just 13 of the hundreds of events currently available at
8 Things You Never Knew About ‘Die Hard’
Here are eight things you never knew about the 1988 holiday classic “Die Hard.”
Spc. Kyle Lauth, of Calverton, N.Y., sips an energy drink in preparation for a dismounted patrol through the Hussaniyah town of the Istaqlal Qada, Dec. 29, 2008.
Health & Fitness
DoD Health Experts Want Troops To Cut Back On Energy Drinks
Recent research shows nearly 45% of deployed service members consumed at least one energy drink daily.
What I Learned Braving The Cold In The Army
Every year, cold weather injuries claim countless people who ventured into the unforgiving elements unprepared and untrained. Don’t be one of them.
These Veterans Teach Gun Owners To Go On The Offensive And ‘Win The Fight’
Illinois’ concealed carry law requires lots of training.
The Marines and sailors of Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24, execute an about face, preparing to begin a squadron run from Hangar 375, July 22, 2015.
Health & Fitness
Science Says Working Out On An Empty Stomach Isn’t Actually Bad For You
Metabolism and the digestive system are not as temperamental as some might believe.
Why ‘Die Hard’ Is The Greatest Christmas Movie Of All Time
Here’s why the 1988 thriller “Die Hard” is not only a Christmas movie, it is one of the best of all time.