This 236th birthday commemorates America’s Army – Soldiers, Families and Civilians – who are achieving a level of excellence that is truly Army Strong.
On Tuesday, April 12th, first lady Michelle Obama announced “Joining Forces,” an initiative to support the unique challenges faced by troops and military Families.
Over 100 individuals from the Northwest and North Central US gathered in San Antonio, Texas for the Army OneSource Partnership Forum.
"Shepherds of Helmand," a powerful documentary about the deployment of a small unit of Oregon soldiers in a very difficult district in Afghanistan, premieres Feb. 3.
Lt. Gen. Lynch: We need to keep talking about resiliency until every member of the Army community hears it and gets the message that we want them not only to survive, but to thrive.
Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch offers an update on employment and family support recommendations submitted through the Army Family Action Plan process.
"For our Soldiers deployed, I offer my sincere appreciation for your efforts in contributing to safety, security, and prosperity around the world."
When Mike and Lacey Bryant arrived at the Hillsboro Elks Club to appear on NBC’s "Today" show, they were happy just for the chance to say a few words about Lacey's House, the home they founded for struggling veterans.
Clark County veterans charged with misdemeanors could soon have the option of pleading guilty in therapeutic court and undergoing treatment rather than serving jail time.
The Department of Defense announced today the school year 2010/2011 child care fee policy. The policy will adjust fee ranges in child care programs across the services and will be implemented no later than Sept. 30, 2010. Changes will impact families who have children enrolled in DoD child development centers and school age care programs.