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News

Joint warfighting is at the heart of the Defense Department's Data Strategy, which has three focuses with eight guiding principals containing four essential capabilities, the DOD chief data officer said.
The three Defense Department service academy leaders told lawmakers that taking care of people amid the challenges of COVID-19 is among their top priorities.
There are four pillars to accomplish military success and support free and open societies in the Indo-Pacific region, the commander of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command said.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Forces Korea has been working with local national agencies and organizations in South Korea to form a united front in the fight against the disease.

Features

Features

The Arizona National Guard joined with the Gila River Indian Community and several other organizations during a large-scale, drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination event in Phoenix.
Whether in war or peace, it is second nature for U.S. service members to want to help and protect their fellow citizens. They are doing the same in the war on COVID-19.
Ty Cobb was one of baseball's early greats, widely credited for setting 90 records in his 23-year career. During that span, the only time Cobb wasn't playing baseball was when he served in the Army during World War I.
After 25 years of service in the Army Reserve, Sgt. Maj. Lynei Woodard came up with a formula for endurance and success in both her Reserve and civilian careers.

Spotlights

Spotlights

Military and civilian engineers share a unique mission within the Defense Department – to advance cutting-edge engineering technology, systems and practices in specializations that range from cyber and space to hypersonics and quantum science and more, all in support of the warfighter.
Service members from the around the country supported inaugural proceedings as Joe Biden became the nation's 46th president and commander in chief.
The Department of Defense Expeditionary Civilian program allows civilians to apply capability, experience and knowledge as a crucial part of helping DOD accomplish its mission abroad.
The Defense Department is taking innovative and bold actions to ensure space superiority and secure the nation’s vital interests in space now and in the future.

Inside DOD

Inside DOD

Army Maj. Walter Reed's contributions to medicine were many. Thanks to him, few know anything about yellow fever and typhoid — diseases that once ravaged military encampments.
Whether they were saving the lives of their comrades or helping strangers, these deserving service members committed themselves to helping others.
COVID-19 may have changed the way we celebrate the holidays, but it can't stop the spirit of the season.
The COVID-19 pandemic has many families rethinking their traditional plans for the holiday season. Here are some tips to keep your gatherings as safe as possible.