The Defense Department is working closely with the Department of Health and Human Services and the State Department to provide support in dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.
One of the biggest lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic is that the supply chain is vulnerable to offshore suppliers, particularly adversaries such as China, a senior Pentagon official said.
Two months after coronavirus began spreading throughout Ohio, a team of 20 airmen and soldiers was activated to help care for residents at an assisted living facility that was being overwhelmed by the virus.
As the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the globe, Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic shifted into high gear to support relief efforts.
As COVID-19 restrictions are lessened in some areas, Navy Medical Readiness Command Bremerton leaders say it is important to continue to practice the safety measures that have protected the community.
Initial training for Navy and Marine Corps recruits is continuing, as the services have adapted to keep the training pipeline open while maintaining safety measures necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Air Force, Air Mobility Command and U.S. Transportation Command have a new capability to bring large numbers of COVID-19 patients home via airlift without putting associated flight crews at risk — and the solution arrived quicker than expected.
Branch Rickey, an Army officer in the Chemical Warfare Service during World War I, cemented a place in baseball history for decisions he made as a general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, including signing Jackie Robinson.
A new outdoor human performance facility at MacDill Air Force Base is providing the opportunity for safe and socially distanced workouts.
The triad, along with assigned forces, provide 24/7 deterrence to prevent catastrophic actions from our adversaries and they stand ready, if necessary, to deliver a decisive response, anywhere, anytime.
Take a closer look at the Korean War Veterans Memorial, which was dedicated in 1995 in Washington, D.C., to honor the nearly 2 million Americans who served in the three-year conflict.
Imagine spending all day, every day, practicing trick shots with a shotgun, taking out 10 moving targets with a pistol in six seconds flat, or perfecting your shot toward a target the size of a period.
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