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Infertility, erectile dysfunction, and altered DNA — Army experts debunk COVID vaccine myths one by one
"[W]e have to get to a point where there’s no safe haven for the virus to go."
Help settle the score between these rival Army units once and for all
Who here wants bragging rights?
This Army unit will now immediately start separating soldiers found guilty of assault or harassment
The new policies went into effect on May 1.
These soldiers opted out of getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s why they changed their minds
“Any small part I can play in doing away with COVID, I was definitely on board with that.”
The Army’s sexual assault prevention program is broken. These soldiers have ideas on how to fix it
"I feel like I'm, more or less, just beating a dead horse."
What really happened the night of the Chernobyl disaster, according to a new Army podcast
"[Y]ou do get a sense of ... what it's like to be the last person on Earth."
Fort Bragg administers its first COVID-19 vaccine
“This is a milestone moment for us here on Fort Bragg."
Specialist’s winning idea in Army innovation challenge will ‘save time and money’
"His innovation is simple, it makes sense, the equipment is already on hand, and it will save time and money.”
A Fort Campbell soldier came up with an award-winning fix to scheduling training in a ‘Shark Tank’-style competition
The 18th Airborne Corps called the new app "a game-changing piece of technology"
The 18th Airborne Corps wants YOU… to help fix the Army
“We just realized, as we were finalizing our plans, that there’s just so much potential that we can unlock from our membership."
The 18th Airborne Corps is releasing previously classified documents about the Army’s Atomic Age on Twitter
The 18th Airborne Corps is telling the story of the Army's Atomic Age on its official Twitter account using previously classified military documents
18th Airborne Corps apologizes for posting Nazi picture in its Battle of the Bulge commemoration post
"This was in no way intended to glorify the German forces," a spokesman said.
Army unit remembers the Battle of the Bulge with a photo of a Nazi whose troops killed American prisoners
"This is in no way intended to glorify the German forces, but to fully portray the odds stacked up against the Americans by December 19th"
Fort Bragg’s air assault school is shutting down
"We are honored and privileged to have trained some of the most professional and lethal soldiers in the U.S. Army."
Fort Bragg Soldiers Are Once Again Taking Charge Of The Fight Against ISIS
Fort Bragg soldiers are once again at the helm of the fight against the Islamic State. Hundreds of soldiers with … Continued
US And UK Forces Are Teaming Up At Fort Bragg For A Radical New Warfighting Exercise
For the past several weeks, thousands of troops have been waging an invisible war centered around Fort Bragg. And none … Continued