|SOP newswire3||DPAA Provides Update on Identifying Service Members Missing from Korean War - The Department of Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency provided an update today on the status of identifying the remains transferred in July to the United States from North Korea. |
|SOP newswire3||Change of Pace, Steady Future Enticed Airman to Serve - There are many reasons airmen choose to serve their country. For one airman in the 325th Communications Squadron here, it was all about a change of pace and a steady future.
|SOP newswire3||Navy Postgraduate Student Begins NASA Internship - A Naval Postgraduate School student has boldly gone where no NPS physics student has gone before. |
|SOP newswire3||NATO Using New Mission Set to Address Southern Flank - Peace, stability and the rule of law are at the heart of security, and the NATO alliance is using a non-traditional effort called NATO Strategic Direction South to encourage this process.|
|SOP newswire3||Shanahan Discusses Medical Readiness, DHA Transfer at Womack -
Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan visited Womack Army Medical Center here July 26 for an update on how the Defense Health Agency and the military services are collaborating on the integration of the Military Health System.
|SOP newswire3||Oregon Airmen Train to Support Wildland Firefighters - Fifty-seven airmen from the Oregon Air National Guards 173rd Fighter Wing based at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Oregon, spent two weeks here learning to assist wildland firefighters. |
|SOP newswire3||Airman Finds Better Life After Abandoning Gangs for Service - Growing up in Gilroy, California, Jacqueline Jauregui had everything a girl could wish for: money, designer clothes and so much more. Shortly after her high school graduation, her father took everything from her and kicked her to the streets. |
|SOP newswire3||Sailor Finds Balance as Navy Recruiter - Recruiters lives are rooted in their communities, making them representatives of the life the Navy has to offer. Its a unique and often stressful job that requires sailors to creatively adapt to an ever-changing landscape, but also allows for great growth in a sailors personal and professional life.
|SOP newswire3||Army Chooses Austin as Site for Futures Command Headquarters - Austin, Texas, will be the location for the headquarters of the new U.S. Army Futures Command, Army Secretary Mark T. Esper announced today at a Pentagon news conference.
|SOP newswire3||Coast Guard, Canadian EOD Specialists Train to Mitigate Maritime Threats - U.S. Coast Guard deployable specialized forces and Royal Canadian Navy explosive ordnance disposal technicians trained for maritime interdiction operations during the opening events of the force integration training phase of Rim of the Pacific Southern California. |
|SOP newswire3||Senior Air Force Civilians Presented Presidential Rank Awards - Nine senior civilians were recognized during the annual Presidential Rank Awards Ceremony at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, July 6, 2018.|
|SOP newswire3||Reservist Helps Treat PTSD With Equine Therapy - Air Force Tech. Sgt. Tanesha Fierro, an aviation resource manager assigned to the Air Force Reserves 34th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, spends one night a week at the Norris Penrose Events facility here volunteering with an equine therapy program designed to help veterans and active-duty service members overcome their post-traumatic stress disorder by working with horses. |
|SOP newswire3||Walkers Show Support for Deployed Loved Ones - About 7,390 miles separate Fort Carson and Afghanistan. Its about 5,863 miles from Fort Carson to Kosovo. Soldiers from the 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, are deployed to both places. |
|SOP newswire3||Medal of Honor Goes to WWII Soldier With Long Record of Heroism - After more than 70 years, the late Garlin Conner, a Kentucky farmer and World War II veteran, was finally awarded the medal that escaped him for so long.
|SOP newswire3||Soldiers Train to Detect, Defend Against Electronic Warfare - Knowing your location and the location of the enemy is paramount on the battlefield, and with the advent of satellites and GPS, soldiers can pinpoint their positions down to the meter. But what happens when that signal is jammed? |
|SOP newswire3||DoD Indefinitely Suspends Ulchi Freedom Guardian, Other Exercises - To support implementing the outcomes of the Singapore Summit and in coordination with senior South Korean officials, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis has indefinitely suspended select military exercises on the Korean Peninsula.|
|SOP newswire3||Former Monk Trades Robes for Air Force Uniform -
For most people, spending a day without their cell phone is an impossible feat. To spend 30 days without a phone, writing, reading, talking or even eye contact would seem unfathomable, but for Thailand Buddhist monks, this is their world.
|SOP newswire3||Mattis: Naval War College Grads Will Tackle Today's Security Challenges - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis today told this years U.S. Naval War College graduates he is confident theyll carry forward the legacy of the schools founding officers as they take their intellectual firepower forward to tackle the security challenges of our time. |
|SOP newswire3||Army Researchers Developing High-Performance, Lightweight Helmet - Army researchers in Massachusetts are developing technology that may soon yield a lightweight combat helmet that provides more protection than anything ever fielded. |
|SOP newswire3||D-Day Commemorations Highlight Battles Significance, Sacrifices - "Soldiers, sailors, and airmen of the Allied Expeditionary Force: you are about to embark upon the great crusade, toward which we have striven these many months. The eyes of the world are upon you. The hopes and prayers of liberty-loving people everywhere march with you."
|SOP newswire3||DLA Troop Support Exercise Preps for New Hurricane Season - To prepare for the June 1 start of the hurricane season, the Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support organization conducted a two-day exercise simulating the impact of a Category 4 hurricane on the mid-Atlantic coast. |
|SOP newswire3||DoD Honors Fallen Service Members for Memorial Day - The Defense Department is paying tribute to fallen members for the Memorial Day holiday, honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to the nation. |
|SOP newswire3||Hawaii Guard Aids Evacuations During Volcano Eruptions - Joint Task Force 5-0 in Hawaii is helping authorities handle evacuations, provide security and monitor air quality as Mount Kilauea spews out clouds of toxic gas and lava destroys homes in its path.|
|SOP newswire3||Mattis Welcomes 983 New Lieutenants Into Air Force - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis told the 983 graduating cadets from the U.S. Air Force Academy that now their missions commence and he expects them to follow in the footsteps of giants.|
|SOP newswire3||Dunford Pleased With Results of NATO Military Committee Meeting - The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is pleased with the progress made at the NATO Military Committee meeting this week, saying the discussions have set the stage for decisions by alliance defense ministers and heads of state. |
|SOP newswire3||NATO Aims to Stay Capable, Agile to Meet Threats - NATO continues "to adapt, to strengthen its deterrence and defense, and to ensure it meets its core objectives of protecting the population and territory of the alliance," Czech Gen. Petr Pavel, the chairman of NATOs Military Committee, said here today.
|SOP newswire3||Mattis Emphasizes Service to Others as Key American Strength -
Defense Secretary James N. Mattis saluted community volunteers and emphasized the importance of service to others, saying giving back and putting others before self are core to Americas strength.
|SOP newswire3||Airman Gains Confidence Through Jiujitsu - Air Force Senior Airman Collin Eddington eagerly wakes as the morning sun breaks the horizon, knowing his jiujitsu skills will again be challenged on the mat. |
|SOP newswire3||U.S., Japanese Airmen Work Together During Training Exercise - Nearly 95 personnel and six F-16 Fighting Falcons from Misawa Air Base, Japan, traveled here to participate in an April 23-27 training exercise. |
|SOP newswire3||U.S. Protests Chinese Interference With U.S. Planes in Djibouti - The United States has protested to China after repeated instances of lasers interfering with U.S. military aircraft landing in Djibouti, chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana W. White said here today. |