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From The Services

Army soldier receives a coin from another soldier for completing Ranger School.
Army

'The Oracle' Makes It Through Ranger School

'The Oracle' Makes It Through Ranger School
Two Marines prepare to launch a small unmanned aerial system.
Marine Corps

Marines Conduct 2 Exercises With Key Allies

Marines Conduct 2 Exercises With Key Allies
221026-N-MY642-1017PUERTO BARRIOS, Guatemala (Oct. 26, 2022) An MH-60S Seahawk, assigned to the "Chargers" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 26, carries cargo nets from the coast of Puerto Barrios after the hospital ship USNS Comfort's (T-AH 20) arrival, Oct. 26, 2022. Comfort is deployed to U.S. 4th Fleet in support of Continuing Promise 2022, a humanitarian assistance and goodwill mission conducting direct medical care, expeditionary veterinary care, and subject matter expert exchanges with five partner nations in the Caribbean, Central and South America. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Donald R. White Jr.)
Navy

USNS Comfort Begins Operation Continuing Promise 2022

USNS Comfort Begins Operation Continuing Promise 2022
Three people bobsledding.
Air Force

Winter Olympics Hopefuls, Now Is Your Chance

Winter Olympics Hopefuls, Now Is Your Chance
A service member and a civilian stand and pose for a photo.
Space Force

Service Teams With Johns Hopkins to Develop Talent

Service Teams With Johns Hopkins to Develop Talent
Twin sisters in the Army National Guard are shown posing for a photo at Fort Lee, Va.
National Guard

Guard Service Allows Twins to Support Family, Start Careers

Guard Service Allows Twins to Support Family, Start Careers