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Police searching for suspect in killing of Connecticut National Guardsman
"Our hearts are heavy having lost a brother and bright young member of our team with nothing but potential ahead of him."
Our first story on COVID-19 was published exactly one year ago
We hope the story a year from now is much different.
Here’s how the Air Force is safely moving COVID-19 patients out of the Middle East
The chamber can carry up to 28 COVID-19 patients.
Meet the 80-year-old Vietnam veteran volunteering on the front lines of Seattle’s COVID-19 fight
“I can’t just sit alone at home — that would drive me up the wall. … I just try to do what I can and try to be as safe as I can and keep going.”
Leaked Pentagon memo warns of ‘real possibility’ of COVID-19 resurgence, vaccine not coming until summer 2021
"All indications suggest we will be operating in a globally-persistent COVID-19 environment in the months ahead"
What the COVID-19 pandemic reveals about the US military’s role in defending the nation
COVID-19 is a stark reminder that America’s defense requires more than the Department of Defense
Stop waiting for a COVID-19 action hero to save you
"Our times call for us to stop relying upon our history’s greatest hits, the same old battle-weary warriors who are only good anymore for a quick fix of patriotic nostalgia: The most underrated part of leadership is good management"
Trump says when a COVID-19 vaccine comes, he’ll mobilize the US military to distribute it
"You know it's a massive job to give this vaccine," Trump said in an interview broadcast Thursday on Fox Business Network. "Our military is now being mobilized so at the end of the year, we're going to be able to give it to a lot of people very, very rapidly."
The Army is using its multi-million dollar terror-tracking software to do something Google does for free
The Army's terrorism-tracking tool is being used to help installation commanders get real-time updates about COVID-19 – something they could probably accomplish using Google Alerts
COVID-19 forces Army to cancel summer training for ROTC cadets at Fort Knox
Training will be held on-campus or at nearby military installations instead of at Fort Knox.
A new device from Army doctors could be a game-changer in the fight against COVID-19
A device called the COVID-19 Airway Management Isolation Chamber is the culmination of work by Army doctors around the country and could be the answer to the personal protective equipment (PPE) shortages impacting health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 fight
The Army asked former soldiers to come back to fight COVID-19. Nearly 27,000 responded
Several hundred of them will actually rejoin
The Army’s new recruiting commercial is all about stepping up during the COVID-19 crisis
"When the unbelievable happens, the unbelievable rise to meet it."
Army to resume sending recruits to basic training despite COVID-19 cases at Fort Jackson
“We’ve done pretty well overall, all things considered.”
The first US service member to test positive for COVID-19 has recovered
The soldier spent 49 days in isolation
The COVID-19 pandemic could actually result in more accessible behavioral health care for soldiers and families
So that's something
More than 25,000 former soldiers have now volunteered to return to duty to fight COVID-19
The Army asked its "soldiers for life" who are trained in medical fields to come back to do battle against the novel coronavirus pandemic. And to date, more than 25,000 have answered the call, officials said.