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  • Army Medicine Delivers Benefits to Global Health

    Infectious diseases pose a significant and persistent threat to the U.S. Army force protection and readiness. While the primary mission of Army medical research is READ MORE >

  • The Life of a U.S. Army Recruiter

    The Life of a U.S. Army Recruiter: First Sergeant James Dowdy U.S. Army Recruiters are located around the country, and have a strong presence in READ MORE >

  • Cuts to Army Require Tough Choices, High-Quality Recruits

    The U.S. Army is in the midst of a drawdown in force size, shrinking to its smallest size since before World War II. This latest READ MORE >

Advocate Spotlight

  • Antonio Tijerino

    Antonio Tijerino, President and CEO of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF), discusses how HHF prepares the Latino leaders of tomorrow with a STEM education and skill set, one of the many career areas within the U.S. Army.


Army Stories

  • Tara Test

    July 20, 2016 | Tara Calbat

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  • The Army aims for the cloud

    July 18, 2016 | Fred Hermstein

    WASHINGTON (Army News Service) -- The Army will begin a hybrid cloud pilot program at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama in September once the request for proposal ends and an industry vendor is selected. The pilot program is an early initiative aimed at.... READ MORE >

  • Actor takes on role of a lifetime serving in Army

    July 12, 2016 | Fred Hermstein

    Spc. Cedric A. Harris, a radiology specialist at DiLorenzo Health Clinic in the Pentagon, once called Hollywood home. In 1993, Harris graduated from Julliard School. Actress Viola Davis and other luminaries were in his "Group 22" graduati... READ MORE >