Following in her Vietnam War veteran father's footsteps, Jane Hoelscher enlisted in the Army in 1975. She said the Army gave her integrity, dignity, respect and a firm work ethic.
The Pentagon is safe and secure after an incident that caused several casualties, Woodrow Kusse, the chief of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency, said.
The nominee for commander of U.S. Southern Command told Congress she would work diligently with U.S. partners to ensure Southcom fully accounts for the defense challenges and opportunities in Central and South America and the Caribbean.
Climate change affects national security and DOD needs to compete for the energy technologies that will define the future, the senior climate advisor to the secretary of defense said.
Edmund Richard "Hoot" Gibson was a famous cowboy in Western movies. He was also a real-life rodeo star, and he served in the Army during World War I.
The United States has always been a maritime nation, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said at the Navy League of the United States' Sea-Air-Space Global Maritime Exposition.
Leaders of the three military sea services spoke about the challenges ahead and how the services plan to navigate through the rough waters.
Pentagon officials have created a website to emphasize the importance of civilians in the Defense Department's workforce. The site will also serve to educate people about civilian employment and help them explore where they might find their fit within the organization.
The Combating Trafficking in Persons Program Management Office recently stood up a website featuring videos called "Survivor Voices of Human Trafficking." In the videos, survivors discuss what they wish they had done differently and how others could have helped.
Despite completing all his required missions during World War II, Army Maj. John Jerstad decided to volunteer for one more. He never returned, but his bravery during its execution earned him the Medal of Honor.