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.
Soldiers with the Michigan National Guard's Task Force 182nd provided free COVID-19 drive-thru testing in Cadillac, Michigan, for anyone who wanted to be tested.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted a whole range of security issues that previously hadn't made it into NATO's discussion, a senior Defense Department official said during the Brookings Institution's European Union Defense Washington Forum.
Pennsylvania National Guard soldiers integrated with the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency's incident management team to assist in planning the agency's COVID-19 response.
Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Pitts was one of several men responsible for setting up a new post in a volatile region of Afghanistan in 2008. The operation turned into a disaster for U.S. forces, but Pitts' actions in guarding the post from insurgents earned him the Medal of Honor.
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't put a damper on the production of new soldiers or airmen at basic training facilities.
President Donald J. Trump traveled to Florida this morning for a briefing on what he said has been a successful operation to cut the flow of illegal drugs into the United States.
After months of being closed due to COVID-19, chapel doors have reopened for in-person services at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, with social distancing, limited seating and attendance capacity limited to 25 personnel.
Headquartered in Honolulu, the command has mobilized close to 400 personnel throughout the Pacific to assist in defense support of civil authorities in response to the pandemic.
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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