The “Be All You Can Be” campaign targets Gen Z audiences with very well-made videos showing the opportunities the Army offers and its history.
Russian aircraft continue to fly over US base in Syria in violation of agreementOn Duty
Russian aircraft are violating the 2015 agreement between U.S. and Russia increasing the possibility of an accident, according to a U.S. general.
North Korea launches missiles in response to the largest US-South Korean military exercise in yearsOn Duty
Ahead of the exercise, American and South Korean special forces simulated attacks on key North Korean structures.
No more Tattoo Taboo: Air Force and Space Force to allow neck and hand tatsOn Duty
The change in tattoo policy comes as the Air Force wants to remain competitive for potential recruits.
The US and Taiwan agreed to increase their military cooperationOn Duty
The Pentagon called the U.S. commitment to Taiwan “rock solid” and a contributor “to the maintenance of peace and stability” in the region.
The Army’s physical fitness test is changing againOff Duty
The Army’s physical test is an essential part of maintaining the service’s readiness as it transforms for the future, the Army’s secretary said.
New DoD military spouse career accelerator opens for applicationsCareer
airmen and military spouses
The Army and Navy will field their first hypersonic missiles in 2023Tech
“Extremely accurate, ultrafast, maneuverable, and survivable, hypersonics can strike anywhere in the world within minutes,” the Army said.
ISIS has access to thousands of recruits in Syria, according to the USMilitary Affairs
“There is a literal ‘ISIS army’ in detention in Iraq and Syria,” a U.S. Central Command report recently said.
New series shines light on Army’s Cavalry Scouts – the eyes and ears of the commander on the battlefieldMilitary Affairs
Cavalry Scouts function as the eyes and ears of the Army on the conventional battlefield, and now, a series brings light to their specialty.