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October 13, 2005:76% Recruits Don't Object Gays in Military

October 13, 2005:Lack of Info, Poll Access May Hinder Voting

October 12, 2005: Officials: Enemy Fire Caused Copter Crash

October 11, 2005: U.S Helos to Help With Relief Efforts

October 11, 2005: Iraq: MP Numbers Down, Duties Increase

October 10, 2005: Pakistan has Yet to Request Military Aid

October 07, 2005: DOD Reimbursing Troops for Protective Gear

October 06, 2005: Free Press Foreign Concept in New Iraq

October 06, 2005: Senate Acts to Help GIs Deemed Disabled

October 05, 2005: COLA to the Rescue? In England, Not Exactly

October 04, 2005: Student Holds Drive for Hurricane Victims

October 04, 2005: Military Warns Combat-Zone Bloggers

October 03, 2005: CM Badge a Point of Contention for Medics

September 30, 2005: AF Seeks to Trim Youth Obesity

September 29, 2005: Afghan Future Harkens Back to Ancient Rome

September 29, 2005: Coast Guard Calmy Collected Survivors

September 28, 2005: After Hurricanes, Crews Tired, Not Down

September 27, 2005: Iraqi General Gives Public an Ear...

September 27, 2005: Army Teaching Iraqis to Handle Admin Tasks

September 26, 2005: Marine Patrols Build Afghan Troops' Skills

September 23, 2005: Expo Focusing on the Lessons of Afghanistan

September 22, 2005: Cmdr. Could be Tapped for Rita Recovery

September 22, 2005: Afghanistan Not Ready for Drawdown

September 21, 2005: New Armor Availability Unknown

September 20, 2005: RC Calls for Cash Only for Katrina Aid

September 20, 2005: Election Makes Some Afghans ‘Very Happy'

September 19, 2005: Rocket Attack on Otherwise Quiet Election Day

September 16, 2005: Coverage Takes Guns Out of Troops' Hands?

September 16, 2005: 'Pirates' Beware: 31st MEU is Ready

September 15, 2005: Troops Find Chem. Weapon in Stronghold

September 14, 2005: 21 Million MREs for Katrina Effort

September 13, 2005: Terrorism Talks Dominate Jones’ Visit

September 12, 2005: Thousands Walk to Remember 9/11

September 09, 2005: Ready for War, but Keeping Peace in Afghanistan

September 08, 2005: European Servicemen Assist Katrina Victims

September 07, 2005: Katrina Evacuees Clamor for Plane Seats

September 06, 2005: Sasebo Braces for Arrival of Typhoon Nabi

September 06, 2005: Blood Banks Hope 'Life Force' is With Them

September 02, 2005: ‘Great, Big Hope' for tTiny Patient

September 02, 2005: Soldier Receives Medal for Heroism

September 01, 2005: ‘Nightingale Team' Trains for Emergencies

September 01, 2005: Hurricane Leaves Troops Waiting on Word

August 31, 2005: 15 Women Answer Call for a few 'Manchus'

August 31, 2005: Retirees Get Second Chance at SBP

August 30, 2005: Schools Hit Hard by Deployment

August 30, 2005: Pre-Afghan Election Approach Pays Off

August 29, 2005: Computer Geeks' Get Bomb Training

August 29, 2005: Couple Climbs Fuji, Replaces 'Glory'

August 26, 2005: Troops Bring Relief to Afghans, Animals

August 26, 2005: Drills Make Sure Airmen are READY

August 25, 2005: Panel OKs Moving Walter Reed Med. Center

August 24, 2005: Training Adds to 'Bag of Tricks'

August 24, 2005: PTSD Review Leaves Vets Stressed

August 23, 2005: Bostick Takes Command of Recruiting

August 23, 2005: No Playtime In Rawah Sandbox

August 22, 2005: Engineers Expand Rebuilding Mission

August 22, 2005: Force Level Comments No Surprise

August 19, 2005: New ACUs Get A-OK

August 19, 2005: Bomb Seeking Robots Rolling Off Line

August 18, 2005: Training on use of Grenade Launchers

August 18, 2005: Yellow Ribbon Rooms Allow Video Message

August 17, 2005: Twin Towers Steel Used in Construction

August 17, 2005: Soldiers Find $30M Afghan Drug Cache

August 16, 2005: Paving the Path to Progress

August 16, 2005: Wounded Tough Out Physical Therapy

August 15, 2005: Road Block to Rebuilding

August 15, 2005: 100-Year History of Military Maneuvers

August 12, 2005: Weapons' Grade A+ After Refurbishing

August 12, 2005: Military Improving Care for Wounded

August 11, 2005: One of Military's Largest Exchanges

August 11, 2005: Possibility of Third Iraq Tour

August 10, 2005: 'Ghost Riders' Prepare for Demolition

August 10, 2005: Catching Drug Traffickers a New Priority

August 9, 2005: Troops Getting New Digitized Uniforms

August 9, 2005: Troops Get Immunizations in Preparation

August 8, 2005: Retraining as Infantrymen

August 8, 2005: Officials Urging Soldiers to Stay

August 5, 2005: Tricare Struggling to Find Providers

August 5, 2005: Germany's Presence Enticing Terrorists

August 4, 2005: 'BRAC in Iraq' Program Continues

August 4, 2005: Therapy for Post-Combat Stress

August 3, 2005: Lessons Learned From Iraq

August 3, 2005: Airmen Represent Women in Military

August 2, 2005: Air Force Ready to Save Lives

August 2, 2005: The Making of a Demonstration Pilot

August 1, 2005: Newest Military Gadgets on Display

August 1, 2005: Make the Most of Your Benefits

July 28, 2005: Widow Warns of Postwar Stress Issues

July 28, 2005: Veteran Hopes to be Elected to Congress

July 27, 2005: A Story of Soldiers Helping Orphans

July 27, 2005: Being a Top Soldier Really Pays Off

July 26, 2005: Operation Surri Sweep a Success

July 26, 2005: Been Deployed? Eat bugs? NBC Wants You

July 25, 2005: Sniper Trainees Take Aim

July 25, 2005: Reminders of Iraq's Progress

July 22, 2005: Top-Ranking Members Push Equal Pay

July 22, 2005: Army Looking Into Lifesaving Lung Device

July 21, 2005: Drug Problems Follow Troops to Iraq

July 21, 2005: Giving Troops Cash Instead of Benefits

July 20, 2005: Army Expects to Miss Recruiting Goal

July 20, 2005: Air Force to Tweak Fitness Test

July 19, 2005: ‘Proud to Be an American'

July 19, 2005: U.S. Troops Track Down Explosives

July 18, 2005: Re-Upping Bonuses as High as $7,500

July 18, 2005: GIs Get Down in the Dirt

July 15, 2005: Misawa Named Top Base, Earns $1M

July 15, 2005: Bill Would Require Free Health Care

July 14, 2005: Army's Best Compete for Title

July 14, 2005: POW Bracelet Returned to Family

July 13, 2005: Creating Ultimate Hand-to-Hand Warriors

July 13, 2005: National Guard Misses Recruit Goals

July 12, 2005: 700 GIs to Deploy to Afghanistan

July 12, 2005: Marines Detain 22 in Operation

July 11, 2005: Sailors Take the Plunge and Re-Enlist

July 11, 2005: Degree Opportunities Never Out of Reach

July 8, 2005: Security Concerns Ripple Across Europe

July 8, 2005: Practice Help Troops Prepare for Iraq

July 7, 2005: For the Extreme Soldier

July 7, 2005: BRAC Would Cut Inpatient Access

July 6, 2005: Servicemembers' Focus on Duties

July 6, 2005: First Female Thunderbird Pilot

July 5, 2005: Army Reports Desertion Numbers Were Wrong

July 5, 2005: Navy Team Hunts Afghan Enemies

July 1, 2005: ‘Doonesbury' Comes to aid of Fisher House

July 1, 2005: 16 Soldiers Die in Copter Crash

June 30, 2005: House Helps Protect Troops' Wallets

June 30, 2005: Soldiers Receive Combat Action Badge

June 29, 2005: Airmen say no Thanks to Army

June 29, 2005: Injured Marines Transferred

June 28, 2005: Leaders Debate Length of Insurgency

June 28, 2005: For U.S. Troops, the Question is 'Who can you Trust?'

June 27, 2005: U.S. Troops out to Reshape Attitudes in Iraq Military

June 27, 2005: Malaria's a Dangerous, Unrelenting Foe for Troops

June 24, 2005: Turning the Fight Over to the Iraqis

June 24, 2005: Rumsfeld: Setting Iraq Withdrawal Deadline Would be a Mistake

June 23, 2005: Veterans Have Chance to Earn Scholarships

June 23, 2005: Sailors Face Life Sentence for Murder

June 22, 2005: Marine Corps Takes Heat From Congress

June 22, 2005: Iraq Drawdown Unlikely Before December

June 21, 2005: Big Red One Gets new Leader

June 21, 2005: Military Wife Campaigns to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness

June 20, 2005: Insurgent's 15-Year Jail Sentence is Little Consolation

June 20, 2005: Service has new Meaning for Civilians Sent to Iraq

June 17, 2005: Female Soldier Awarded Silver Star

June 17, 2005: Guardsman Faces Murder Charges in Deaths of two Officers

June 16, 2005: Nigeriens Welcome U.S. Presence, Training Against Terror

June 16, 2005: Higgins: New Combat Team Most Powerful in Army

June 15, 2005: Slow Shift 'OK' for Platoon on Baghdad Patrol

June 14, 2005: Controversy Lingers After UMUC Speech Some Considered Anti-American

June 14, 2005: Bronze Star Recipient Led Stunning Victory

June 13, 2005: Iraqis Taking Control of Baghdad Road

June 13, 2005: For Army Historians, the Iraq War Can't Be Documented From a Safe Distance

June 10, 2005: Haifa Street Goes From Terrorized to Tranquil

June 10, 2005: Army, Needing 2nd Lieutenants, Speeds Process for NCOs to Become Officers

June 9, 2005: Divorce Rate Among Active-Duty Army Officers, Enlisted Has Risen Dramatically

June 9, 2005: Spotlight Shines on Soldier with Type 1 Diabetes

June 8, 2005: Guard, Reserve Troops' Pay Issues are Task Force's Focus - and Challenge

June 8, 2005: Caterpillars Shed, So Humans Scratch

June 7, 2005: 1st ID Memorial Dedicated in Honor of Those Who 'Served a Higher Calling'

June 6, 2005: Ashanti Stops by Camp Hansen to Sing Troops' Praises

June 6, 2005: More Than 1,000 U.S. Troops Ready to Travel to Africa for Flintlock 05' Exercise

June 3, 2005: Air Force Thinks it's Got a Winner in Quest for New Utility Outfit Design

June 3, 2005: U.S., Russian Troops Become Fast Comrades

June 2, 2005: Advocates See Veterans of War on Terror Joining the Ranks of the Homeless

June 2, 2005: Top Teacher Lives for Those 'Aha!' Moments

June 1, 2005: Unit in Baghdad Combines Police Work, Military Tactics to Maintain Order

June 1, 2005: Networking Their Way to a Secure Future

May 31, 2005: Doctors Sign Up for Special Operations, Bring Much-Needed Skills to Landstuhl

May 31, 2005: Memorial Day Ceremony on Okinawa Honors U.S. Vets

May 27, 2005: USO Trip to Egypt Cancelled by Terror Threat, Leaving Dozens Out Nearly $250

May 27, 2005: Soldiers Take Time to Honor Fallen Friends

May 26, 2005: House Approves Defense Bill Without Restrictions on Jobs for Military Women

May 26, 2005: Tech of a Good Time at the Fair

May 25, 2005: Trust Us to Decide our Role in the Army, Female Servicemembers in Iraq Say

May 25, 2005: Sling-Load Training a Blast of Wind

May 24, 2005: Korea-based GI Sentenced to 12 years for Brutal Assaults on Fellow Soldiers

May 24, 2005: Resort's Too Much of a Good Thing for Some

May 23, 2005: Leaving the Army Not an Easy Decision, But it's an Increasingly Common One

May 23, 2005: Despite Its Flaws, Troops Prefer Stryker

May 20, 2005: Medics Fill Care Void in Iraq Towns

May 20, 2005: 1st ID Soldier Gets Seven Years in Killing of Iraqi Detainee During Interrogation

May 19, 2005: Watching Iran-Iraq Border For More Than Cows

May 19, 2005: 1st ID soldier found guilty in shooting death of Iraqi during interrogation

May 18, 2005: Stars and Stripes "Heroes" to Land in Nation's Capital

May 18, 2005: Troops Honored for Efforts at Fallujah

May 18, 2005: Air Force Changes Rules to Allow Airmen to Wear Uniforms on Some Flights Home

May 17, 2005: Army Secretary Harvey: Families Will Move From Europe to U.S. Together

May 17, 2005: GI Bitten by Bug to Catalog Iraq Beetles

May 16, 2005: Despite Heavy Resistance, U.S. Officials Say Operation Matador Was a Success

May 16, 2005: Kaiserslautern Maintainence Crew Doing a Bang-up Job

May 13, 2005: 33 Major Bases Among Installations Targeted for Closure by Pentagon

May 13, 2005: Friedberg Tank Crew Hits Perfect 1,000

May 12, 2005: U.S. Troops Donate 800 Pairs of Shoes to Kids in Rural Iraq

May 12, 2005: Colonel in Charge of Interrogators is Punished in Abu Ghraib Scandal

May 11, 2005: Pentagon, Gen. Bell Not in Agreement on Post-Iraq Move of Troops, Families

May 11, 2005: Departing U.S. Forces Have Faith in Peshmerga

May 10, 2005: Making Connections in Uncharted Afghanistan

May 10, 2005: Kitty Hawk is 6th Carrier Found With Faulty Welding; California Depot Blamed

May 9, 2005: Weekend Raids Sweep Southward, Net More Than 100 Alleged Iraqi Insurgents

May 9, 2005: Towns Few, Far Between in Afghan West

May 6, 2005: For Some USFK Kids, Home is Where the School Is

May 6, 2005: Army Announces New Badge to Replace CCB in Honoring Non-Front Line Troops


May 5, 2005: Pentagon Ready to Restart Anthrax Vaccinations on a Voluntary Basis

May 5, 2005: Family Day Lets Troops Show Off Live-fire Skills

May 4, 2005: New DOD Regulations Would Help Protect Troops From Financial Scams

May 4, 2005: Marine Raid Breaks Gender Barrier

May 3, 2005: Iraq Town Returning to Normal After Raid

May 3, 2005: Army Remaining Mum on Why Second Deputy Commander Named for V Corps

May 2, 2005: University Bids Farewell to Students, Germany

May 2, 2005: Mountain Home F-15 Squadron Making its Temporary Home at Andersen AFB

April 29, 2005: Spider-Man, Captain America Team with Pentagon

April 28, 2005: Marine Still Burns to Protect His Men

April 28, 2005: Servicemembers Get a Crash Course in Counseling as Part of Sex Assault Policy

April 27, 2005: One Marine Platoon, 25 Miles of Road, and Danger Lurking Around Each Corner

April 26, 2005: War Jump-Starts Vehicle Repair at Livorno

April 26, 2005: Iraqi Detainee, 20, Dies in U.S. Custody

April 25, 2005: Seller Beware: All Military Gear Not Right for eBay

April 25, 2005: Navy Study Finds Recruits Who Smoke are More Likely to Wash Out of Service

April 22, 2005: Routine Mission, Startling Ending

April 22, 2005: Wounded Servicemembers Fill Plates, Nourish Spirits at Weekly Steak Night

April 21, 2005: Senate Working on Improved Insurance Plan for Seriously Injured Troops

April 21, 2005: Memories of Iraq Fill 1st AD Gallery

April 20, 2005: Iraqi Women Determined to Join Police Force

April 20, 2005: Many Servicemembers' Eyes Were on Rome as New Pope Was Elected

April 18, 2005: More Missions, Fewer Aircraft

April 18, 2005: Good Conduct a Priority for 7th Fleet's 'Ambassadors,' Says Commander

April 15, 2005: Two Guardsmen Accused of Smuggling Drugs Into U.S. on Cargo Plane

April 15, 2005: Iraqi Cops See Need to Protect, Serve

April 14, 2005: Those Left Behind Ponder Reasons for Fatal Helicopter Crash in Afghanistan

April 14, 2005: A Day the 1st ID Won't Soon Forget

April 13, 2005: Facing $3 Billion Budget Shortfall, Air Force Trims Entertainment, Other Costs

April 13, 2005: Shipyard Skills Come in Handy at Kuwait

April 12, 2005: A Boom of U.S. 'War Babies' in Europe

April 12, 2005: U.S., Italians Reach Agreement for Army to Use Portion of Air Base Near Vicenza

April 11, 2005: Army Preparing to Close Camp Doha, Shift Operations to Other Kuwait Bases

April 11, 2005: From Fixing Airplanes to Fixing Airmen

April 8, 2005: Dozens Sought for Questioning in Theft of Military Gear at Camp Lejeune

April 7, 2005: Training Is Paying Off in Afghanistan, Says Kamiya

April 6, 2005: At Least Nine Dead as U.S. Military Helicopter Crashes in Afghanistan

April 5, 2005: Soldier Who Died Protecting His Troops in Iraq Is Awarded Medal of Honor

April 5, 2005: Medical Deliveries a Key Part of Iraq Mission

April 4, 2005: Pat Tillman Center Dedicated at Bagram

April 4, 2005: Troops Praise John Paul II’s Leadership, Tireless Efforts to Promote Global Peace

April 1, 2005: Report Cites Problems With Stryker Vehicles

March 31, 2005: U.S. Army Captain is Found Guilty In Shooting Death of Wounded Iraqi

March 30, 2005: 1st MEU Arriving in Okinawa Saturday After Six Months in Al Anbar Province

March 29, 2005: 42nd ID Fostering Postelection Peace

March 28, 2005: Day Care a Growing Dilemma for Parents

March 25, 2005: Units Focus on Protecting Commanders

March 24, 2005: Troops in Iraq Are Also Diplomats

March 24, 2005: Army Hopes to Spark Recruiting With PR Blitz, Possible Increase in Age Cap

March 23, 2005: New Policy Requires Marines to Sign Safety Pledge Before Going on Leave

March 22, 2005: 7th Fleet Outlaws Efforts to Skirt Drug Tests

March 22, 2005: U.S.S. Kennedy’s Future Hinges on Japan’s Nuclear Carrier Decision

March 21, 2005: U.S. Military Comes to the Rescue as Deadly Floods Inundate Afghanistan

March 21, 2005: DODDS Students Find a Creative Approach

March 18, 2005: Air Force Faces Possible Cheating Scandal Over Test for Enlisted Airmen

March 18, 2005: Kadena Pilots Give Lessons on Refueling

March 17, 2005: Car Bomb Kills Iraqi Troops Outside U.S. Bases

March 17, 2005: Lawmakers Lash Out at Air Force Officials Over Base-Closing Costs

March 16, 2005: As War Costs Rise, Air Force Commands are Ordered to Reduce Spending

March 16, 2005: SETAF Takes Command of Afghan Mission

March 15, 2005: Kitty Hawk Drops Anchor in South Korea

March 15, 2005: Buildings Going Up at Bagram Air Base as U.S. Forces Dig in for the Long Haul

March 14, 2005: Sixty Years Later, Former Foes Meet Again on Iwo Jima

March 14, 2005: Special Delivery: Soldiers Help Afghan Mother Give Birth Aboard Black Hawk

March 11, 2005: Troops Put the Hammer Down in Iraq

March 10, 2005: Servicemembers in Europe Asking Questions About Sharp Drop in COLA

March 10, 2005: Finding the Bomb Before It Finds You

March 9, 2005: Casey: U.S. Troop Level in Iraq Expected to Hold Steady For 'Next Several Months'

March 9, 2005: McCain: With Focus on Middle East, Readiness of Pacific Forces Suffering

March 7, 2005: Third Task Force 2-7 GI Gets Silver Star

March 7, 2005: Soldiers Keep Their Eyes on the Road During Combat Logistics Patrols in Iraq

March 4, 2005: Fisher Foundation Seeks New Sites to House the Wounded and Their Families

March 3, 2005: At Congressional Hearing, Reservists Complain of Health-Care Inconsistency

March 2, 2005: Army, Needing Sergeants, Is Putting 19,000 E-4s on Fast Track to Promotion

March 2, 2005: New Policy Increases Job Opportunities for Military Spouses

February 28, 2005: Black History Month: Military Was Far Quicker to Integrate Than Rest of Society

February 25, 2005: Marine Corps Creating Training Unit to Aid Local Militaries in Foreign Hot Spots

February 23, 2005: 'America Stands With You,' Bush Tells Troops During Visit to Wiesbaden

February 22, 2005: Pacific Briefs: Applications Being Accepted for Teen Aviation Camp

February 22, 2005: Misawa Spouses Learn ABC's of Military Life

February 22, 2005: Strong Family Base at Home Important for Deployed Troops, First Lady Tells Students

February 18, 2005: Navy Adds to List of Jobs Covered in Bonus Program

February 17, 2005: Fitness Classes Aim to Cut the Fat Among Teens

February 16, 2005: Older Soldiers Answer the Call to Arms

February 16, 2005: Kerry Unveils Bill to Help Iraq War Veterans with Transition Home

February 15, 2005: Army Creates Badge for Non-Infantry Soldiers Who Participate in Combat

February 14, 2005: Pentagon Aims to Reduce Stigma for Troops Seeking Mental Health Care

February 10, 2005: Korean Hospitality, Soldiers Get a Taste of Lunar New Year

February 10, 2005: USFJ Urges Servicemembers to Take Survey That Helps Set COLA Rates

February 9, 2005: Army Hopes More Predictable Deployment Schedule Will Reduce Stress on Families

February 9, 2005: Long-Awaited Reunion at Schweinfurt

February 7, 2005: Troops in Iraq Want More Britney, Less Paul

February 4, 2005: General Counseled, Defended After Saying 'It's Fun to Shoot Some People'

February 4, 2005: Widows Testify About Death-Benefit Problems

February 3, 2005: Bush Says Social Security Program Is Headed for Bankruptcy, Urges Overhaul

February 3, 2005: Building an Army for Afghanistan

February 2, 2005: 'Happy meals' Building Ties to Fishermen

February 2, 2005: Mecha -- Could It Be the Soldier of the Future?

February 1, 2005: Vilseck Community Honors Fallen Comrades

January 31, 2005: Troops in Baghdad Say Violence Less Than Expected As Iraqis Head to Polls

January 31, 2005: Insurgents' Threats Keep Ramadi Residents From Votings

January 28, 2005: U.S. Troops Fortify Iraqi Polling Stations

January 27, 2005: 'SUV on Steroids' Helps Protect Soldiers From Danger in Iraq

January 27, 2005: U.S. Troops Help Locals Get Used to Iraqi Forces

January 24, 2005: Dollar's Woes in Time of Budget Cuts May Create COLA Quandary for DOD

January 24, 2005: U.S. Army-Marine Task Force Detains 'Key Ramadi-Based Insurgent Leaders'

January 21, 2005: Afghanistan Explosives Recovery Effort Yields Enormous Weapons Cache

January 21, 2005: Bush Begins Second Term With Call For 'Expansion of Freedom in All the World'

January 20, 2005: Half of IRR Call-ups Seek Delays, Deferments; Hundreds Are No-Shows

January 20, 2005: Pop Star Hilary Duff Goes Extra Mile for Families of Deployed Troops

January 19, 2005: Ex-Warlord 'I.K.' Is OK with Afghans

January 19, 2005: Wiesbaden-Based 1st AD Soldiers Get Deployment Warning Orders

January 18, 2005: American Airlines Extends Special Offers to Military Personnel Until June 5

January 18, 2005: Hoosiers Are Keeping Watch in Kabul

January 14, 2005: Army Captain's Idea Blossoms in Afghanistan

January 13, 2005: Army Captain's Idea Blossoms in Afghanistan

January 13, 2005: Washington State, Military Officials Say No Evidence of Ballot Problems Found

January 12, 2005: Investigators Continue Crackdown on Insurance Scams Targeting GIs

January 12, 2005: New Tent Technology Creates Relief Center

January 11, 2005: As Iraqi Elections Draw Near, U.S. Troops Face Security Challenge in Anbar

January 11, 2005: Fighting the Insurgents, One Car at a Time

January 10, 2005: Beached Marines Ready to Return to the Water

January 10, 2005: JRTC General Seeks Advice on Training Regimen From Bases in Afghanistan

January 10, 2005: U.S. Military Now Has 16,500 Working in South Asia on Tsunami Relief Effort

January 5, 2005: Relief Crews Encounter Scenes of Devastation

January 4, 2005: Army to Send Older Armored Personnel Carriers to Iraq After Upgrading Armor

January 4 , 2005: Toys and Tea -- The Spirit of Giving

December 28, 2004: A Call for Cooperation in Taji

December 27, 2004: Soldiers in Iraq Send TV Greetings to Loved Ones at Home

December 27, 2004: Trying Insurgents in Iraqi Courts Seen a s Big Step in Rebuilding Legal System

December 22, 2004: Army Looks to Give Stryker A Facelift

December 22, 2004: Investigators Seek Source of Explosion That Killed 22 at Iraq Mess Tent

December 21, 2004: 20 Killed, 60 Wounded in Rocket Attack on Mess Tent at U.S. Base at Mosul

December 21, 2004: Intel Analyst Gives Wounded Troops a Chance to Forget Troubles

December 20, 2004: Rumsfeld to Personally Sign All Condolence Letters

December 20, 2004: Military Update: Stateside Housing Allowances to Rise

December 16, 2004: New System Allows Quick Updates on Status of Sick or Wounded Troops

December 16, 2004: 'Band of Brothers' Troops Pay a Visit to Hanau on Way to Bastogne Reunion

December 16, 2004: USO Brings Stars, Smiles to the Troops

December 16, 2004: With More Armored Humvees Acquired, Army Shifts Focus in Iraq to Trucks

December 15, 2004: Marine Involved in Crash That Killed Romanian Rock Star Is Back in U.S.

December 15, 2004: Pentagon Announces Mid-2005 Troop Rotation Plans For Iraq, Afghanistan

December 14, 2004: New Film Highlights 1st AD's Iraq Mission

December 14, 2004: Teen Brings Gifts to Kids in Ethiopia

December 11, 2004: Anaconda Armor Shop Improvises Upgrades

December 11, 2004: Army Hustles to Train Soldiers for Both Conventional War, Counterinsurgency

December 9, 2004: Marines, Sailors Head for Philippines on Disaster-Relief Mission

December 9, 2004: S. Koreans Assisting in Toy Drive

December 9, 2004: Segways Add Zip to Soldiers' Routines

December 7, 2004: Soldiers Who Refused Convoy Mission Won't be Required to Face Court-Martial

December 6, 2004: Red Cloud Replica Highlights 2nd ID's Iraq Mission

December 6, 2004: With New Policy, Enlisted Sailors Aiming for Highest Ranks Should Hit the Books

December 3, 2004: Federal Civilian Workers in Europe Get Hike in Post, Living Quarters Allowances

December 3, 2004: For Families, the Wait Gets Longer

December 2, 2004: For Ground Forces in Iraq, Help from Above

December 2, 2004: As Election Draws Near, U.S. Will Boost Troop Level in Iraq to About 150,000

December 1, 2004: Deployment of Patriot Missile Battalion to S. Korea is Complete

December 1, 2004: DOD Testing to See if a Half-Dose of Flu Vaccine is as Effective as a Full Dose

November 30, 2004: 1st ID Readying New Iraq HQs

November 30, 2004: Sailors in Hard-to-Fill Jobs Qualifying for Re-enlistment Bonuses

November 29, 2004: New Homes for 2nd ID's Canine Pals

November 29, 2004: U.S. Troops in Europe Will See 31% COLA Hike in Their Next Paycheck

November 24, 2004: Jones -- Failure of Some NATO Nations to Join Iraq Training Effort Is 'Disturbing'

November 24, 2004: S. Korea Says 'No' to Video Game Based on a U.S.-N. Korea Conflict

November 23, 2004: Pentagon Unveils New Program to Help Americans Show Support for Those in Uniform

November 23, 2004: Vilseck Student Finds Support from Friends, Community in Face of Cancer

November 22, 2004: As 2nd ID’s Casualty Toll Rises, Troops in S. Korea Fear for Friends’ Safety

November 22, 2004: Extra Space on Planes Used for Goods for Iraqi Kids

November 18, 2004: MPs at Anaconda Get Used to Multitasking

November 18, 2004: 58 Percent of Targeted Active-Duty Soldiers Transitioned to Guard in FY '04

November 16, 2004: Coalition Forces Set Sights on Other Cities Where Fighting Is Breaking Out

November 15, 2004: GAO Report Finds Morale, Maintenance Problems in Navy's Sea Swap Program

November 15, 2004: Wounded Servicemen Describe Fallujah Fight

November 11, 2004: Amid Deployments, Servicemembers May Now Carry Over 120 Days of Leave

November 11, 2004: Honoring Warfighters Past and Present

November 10, 2004: Stryker -- Bulky Fighting Vehicle is Winning Over Once-Skeptical Soldiers

November 10, 2004: Fallujah Insurgents Now Resorting to Small Battles, General Says

November 9, 2004: Kadena Airmen Spread Good Will in Thailand

November 9, 2004: Top U.S. Commander in Iraq Expects House-to-House Fighting for Fallujah

November 8, 2004: Air Force's Combat Wingman Program Aims to Foster Relationships

November 8, 2004: Spouse Hiring program, Tested in Europe, Now Goes Armywide

November 5, 2004: Bush's Re-election Not Expected to Spark Major Changes at the Pentagon

November 5, 2004: U.S. Military Gear on Sale at Dangerous Baghdad Bazaar

November 4, 2004: Maupin Family Holds out Hope

November 4, 2004: Break from the Mission: Deployed Troops Kept an Eye On Election Results

November 3, 2004: Bush Edges Kerry for Second Term

November 3, 2004: Voting Rates Among Europe, Middle East Military Communities Appear to Be Down

November 2, 2004: At Hohenfels, Spouses Are Soldiers for a Day

November 2, 2004: U.S., S. Korea Meeting to Discuss Military Burden-Sharing Agreement

November 1, 2004: NATO Weighing the Options for Helping to Train and Equip Iraqi Military

November 1, 2004: Troops Find Humility in Interaction with Iraqi Kids

October 28, 2004: Tiger Brigade Gears up for 3rd Rotation

October 28, 2004: PACAF Commander Touring Bases for Foundation in Task of Transformation

October 27, 2004: GIs Switch Gears to Plan Projects, Hear Claims

October 27, 2004: Education Center at LSA Anaconda Opens the Door to a Better Future

October 26, 2004: Baker Says U.S. is Ready to Provide Assistance to Quake Victims in Japan

October 26, 2004: Okinawa Marines' Training in S. Korea Angers North

October 25, 2004: Browne Sets Record in Army Race

October 25, 2004: MPs in Korea Focus on Cutting Losses That Can Put ID Cards in Wrong Hands

October 21, 2004: Bush Signs Bill Earmarking Funds for Aid to N. Korean Refugees

October 21, 2004: Soldiers Say Driving Unarmored Vehicles Is Dangerous, But So Is Disobeying an Order

October 20, 2004: Pentagon Says 200,000 Who Started Anthrax-Shot Regimen Must Continue

October 20, 2004: Navy to Test Out New 'Working Uniform'

October 19, 2004: C-23 Sherpa: 'The Aircraft That Can" in Iraq

October 19, 2004: Marines Learning Nonlethal Tactics, Too

October 19, 2004: Postal Service Suggests Deadlines for Holiday Mailing

October 18, 2004: Recalling a Deadly WWII Raid

October 18, 2004: Iraqi Hospital - Friends and Foes Treated Equally

October 15, 2004: TSP's 'Open Season' Arrives, Bill to Allow Year-Round Changes is in Works

October 15, 2004: Troops Take a Gamble on Iraqi Dinars

October 14, 2004: Helping Rebuild a Society

October 14, 2004: V Corps Training for Possible Return to Iraq

October 13, 2004: Making Holiday Travel Plans? Check to Be Sure Your Passport Hasn't Expired

October 12, 2004: Soldiers in Iraq Cracking Down on Illegal Traders and Their Suppliers

October 12, 2004: North-South Trade Route Crosses Korean DMZ

October 11, 2004: Guard Unit Keeps Peace by Helping Iraqis Rebuild

October 11, 2004: Hundreds Buy DVD of Moore's 'Fahrenheit 9/11' at AAFES Stores

October 11, 2004: U.S. Officials: Iraq School Renovations Going Well with Fewer Subcontractors

October 8, 2004: In Three-Stage Drawdown, 12,500 U.S. Troops will Leave S. Korea by 2008

October 7, 2004: Program Aims to Help Troops Wounded in Iraq, Afghanistan Find Civilian Jobs

October 7, 2004: Tricare Offers Tips on Filing Claims for Services Outside Military Realm

October 6, 2004: Soldiers Safeguard Historic Afghan Vote

October 6, 2004: At Samarra, Return Fire and Rescue

October 5, 2004: Three Military Service Academies Report Drop in Number of Applications

October 5, 2004: Memories of July Suicide Blast, Rescue at Samarra Live on in 1st ID Survivors

October 4, 2004: Targeted in Samarra: 1st ID Soldiers Reflect on July

October 4, 2004: Legal Buzz Kills 'Beer for Soldiers' Internet Site

October 1, 2004: Okinawans Unhappy with Marines Testing Helicopters at Futenma

October 1, 2004: Sanchez: Iraq Opens New Age of Warfare

September 30, 2004: General: U.S. Didn't Note Post-Invasion Iraq Power Shift Quickly Enough

September 30, 2004: Fifth 2nd BCT Soldier Killed in Iraq Combat

September 29, 2004: At Expo, A Look at the Latest Gear

September 29, 2004: Eastern European Task Force Among Items on Transformation Drawing Board

September 28, 2004: Rising War Costs End Free Movies on Bases

September 27, 2004: Troops Say Proposed UCMJ Change Unfair in Prostitution-Legal Germany

September 27, 2004: Army Ready for Annual Land Combat Expo

September 24, 2004: New Chiefs Get Pinned in Rota

September 22, 2004: Patrols Turn Ugly in Baghdad's Haifa Street

September 22, 2004: LeAnn Rimes Giving Free Concerts on U.S. Bases in Germany

September 21, 2004: New DOD Civilian Personnel System Delayed; Target Date Now July, 2007

September 21, 2004: 'The Rock' is Ready if Needed in Fallujah

September 20, 2004: LaPorte -- N. Korea Blast Under Review

September 17, 2004: 1st ID Medic Remembered as Courageous, Dedicated to Job

September 17, 2004: GAO: Services Could Run Out of Eligible Reserve Forces Fighting War on Terror

September 16, 2004: 2nd BCT Suffers Second Loss Under Fire

September 16, 2004: Navy Announces New Uniform Regs

September 15, 2004: Soldiers in Iraq Make Comfortable Home at FOB McKenzie

September 15, 2004: No Radiation Found Yet at Crash Site

September 14, 2004: Troops in Iraq to Get Combined Lethal/Nonlethal Weapons System

September 14, 2004: Raids Send Message to Insurgents' Helpers

September 13, 2004: Army Wife Tries to Make Community Life Better

September 13, 2004: Lack of Base Camaraderie Can Leave Reserve Families Feeling Isolated

September 10, 2004: Rumsfeld sas Iraqi Cities will be Taken from Insurgents 'Peacefully or by Force'

September 9, 2004: Kitty Hawk Crew Back, But Not Bored, At Yokosuka

September 9, 2004: Lawmakers Say DOD Shares Blame in On-Base Scams of Servicemembers

September 8, 2004: Marine Sees Wreckage Where He Earned Medal

September 8, 2004: EUCOM Troops Mobilize to Assist Russians After School Hostage Siege

September 7, 2004: Bill Aims to Ban Sale of 'Questionable Financial Products' on Military Bases

September 7, 2004: Myers, Rumsfeld Defend Approach to Iraq Militants

September 3, 2004: Fleet and Family Support Center Steps in When Sailors Ship Out

September 3, 2004: S. Korea to Investigate Civilian Deaths During Korean War

September 2, 2004: Permanent PX to Open at Camp in Iraq

September 2, 2004: Author Urges Troops to Write Down War Experiences

September 1, 2004: AAFES Fuel Prices Dropping by 3 Cents

September 1, 2004: Wasp Group Stops at Rota on Way Home

September 1, 2004: Brigadier General in Germany in First Female West Point Grad to Reach Rank

August 31, 2004: Curbing Crime in K-Town's Pub Zone

August 31, 2004: Making 'To Serve and Protect' the Motto of the Post-Saddam Iraqi Police

August 30, 2004: Astugi Welcomes Returning Unit

August 30, 2004: Over 8,000 Troopes Get Probable Yearlong Deployment Back to Desert

August 27, 2004: Proof of Parking Soon Due for Some Okinawa Personnel

August 27, 2004: USFJ Commander Defends U.S. Response to, Probe of Helo Crash

August 26, 2004: Okinawa Gov. Inamine takes concerns over Futenma Air Base to Prime Minister Koizumi

August 26, 2004: Marines Recount Rescue of Helo Crew

August 26, 2004: F-14s Heading to Aircraft Graveyard

August 25, 2004: Bell: USAREUR, V Corps Headquarters to Merge as Part of Europe Overhaul

August 25, 2004: Memorial Honors Victims of WWII Mob

August 23, 2004: 6 Futenma CH-53Ds Set Off for Iraq

August 20, 2004: 2nd ID Vehicles are Upgraded to Survive Rough Traveling in Iraq

August 20, 2004: Fallen Soldier Remembered

August 19, 2004: Helicopter Crash Provides Spark for Opponents of Futenma Base, Flights

August 18, 2004: South Koreans Warned of Possible Terror Threat from North

August 18, 2004: Special Pays Likely to Increase in '05

August 18, 2004: With Few Details, Pacific Servicemembers Have Mixed Take on Realignment Plan

August 17, 2004: From Bosnian Child Soldier to U.S. Army Leader

August 16, 2004: Afghan Voter Registration Closes with Millions Signed Up

August 16, 2004: Old Glory’s Absence from Flagpoles in Iraq Draws Mixed Reviews from Troops

August 11, 2004: 82nd Engineers Keep 'Blue Babe Highway' in Iraq Safe from IEDs

August 11, 2004: Writer Went from Messenger to the Marines

August 11, 2004: National Geographic Calls Photo Similar to Army Wife's 'Sheer Coincidence'

August 9, 2004: 2nd ID Soldiers Outfitted with State-of-the-Art Gear

August 9, 2004: Airmen Use Phone Lines to Tie the Knot

August 9, 2004: Reservist's Cartoons Detail Burdens of Desert Deployment

August 5, 2004: Navy's Partnerships with Colleges Put Emphasis on Diversity

August 5, 2004: GPS Devices Track Troops in Training

August 2, 2004: Afghan Road-Building Takes Troops into Danger

August 2, 2004: Navy Captain Found Guilty of Wearing Unearned Medals

July 28, 2004: Army Offers Surgical Dentistry Training Sessions to Iraqis

July 28, 2004: Reading-Tape Program Keeps Kids in Touch With Parents at Sea

July 27, 2004: Schoomaker: War Aids Transformation

July 26, 2004: Relay Station Causing Fear in Griesheim

July 26, 2004: Navy's Top Doc Talks Preventive Medicine

July 26, 2004: Mental Health Pros Say Biggest Challenge in Treating Stress Is Getting Soldiers to Ask for Help

July 23, 2004: Army Families Taking Part in Pilot Counseling Program

July 20, 2004: Army Steps up Voter Registration Efforts

July 16, 2004: Army Pilots, Crew Undergo Over-Water Training

July 12, 2004: Once-Missing Marine Arrives in Germany

July 9, 2004: Warrant Officers to Note Anniversary, Break Out Changes in Uniform

July 7, 2004: Despite Congressional Worries, DoD Holds Fast in Denying Need for Draft

July 1, 2004: Army Takes Aim At Post-Traumatic Stress

July 1, 2004: Army Prepares to Activate at Least 5,600 Troops From Individual Ready Reserves

July 1, 2004: Pentagon Is Expanding Its Smallpox and Anthrax Vaccination Programs
July 1, 2004: Thousands of Troops Who Paid Own R&R Airline Expenses Will Be Reimbursed

June 21, 2004: Simple Resealable Plastic Bag Will Allow for Hot Beverage in Field

June 11, 2004: Pentagon Working on Criteria, Design for New Iraq, Afghanistan Medals

June 5 , 2004:
Muslim GI Gets 14 Months for Avoiding Duties in Iraq

May 28, 2004:
Soldiers Slow to Collect Bonus For Re-enlisting

May 15, 2004: Bamberg MPs Get a Jolt From Training on Nonlethal Taser

May 5, 2004: Army Program Offers Jobs In Three New 'Units of Action'

May 4, 2004: Soldiers Recount Rescue of U.S. Hostage

May 3, 2004: Baumholder Reels From GIs' Deaths

April 29, 2004: 'It Wasn't Supposed to Be Like This'

April 23, 2004: AF Program Offers Cash Incentives

April 23, 2004: Refunds Possible For Extended Troops

April 22, 2004: Drug Investigation Leads To 20 Arrests

April 20, 2004: Engineers In Demolition Get More Pay

April 19, 2004: Army Explains Iraq Extension Bonuses

April 12, 2004: GIs Pledge To Maintain Focus

April 12, 2004: Marines Deal With Haitian Gangs

April 8, 2004: '70's Study Explored Using Nukes

April 6, 2004: New Marines In Haiti: 'So Far, So Good'

April 5, 2004: Japanese Asbestos Cases May Cost U.S. Millions

April 5, 2004: TRICARE Eligibility Extended For Many

April 5, 2004: U.S. Vision Shows NATO In Iraq

April 3, 2004: Training For The 'Highly Possible'

April 2, 2004: AF Cutting Back Re-Enlistment Bonuses

April 1, 2004: Rotation In Iraq Crowds Highways

March 30, 2004: In Iraq, Counterfeit Items Sold at Exchanges

March 29, 2004: Reported Troop Moves 'Speculation'

March 29, 2004: 10th Mountain Honors Two Lost Soldiers

March 29, 2004: Suicide Report Makes Army Improve

March 27, 2004: More Marines Head To Afghanistan

March 25, 2004: Marines Training Shows U.S. Strength

March 25, 2004: Medically Unfit Soldiers Sent to Iraq?

March 23, 2004: Same Ailments Found, Afghanistan to Iraq

March 22, 2004: Reservists Fuel Movement In/Out of Iraq

March 22, 2004: 1st Marine Division Back in Iraq

March 20, 2004: Troops Being Treated for Leishmaniasis

March 19, 2004: U.S. Troops in Bosnia Go to Kosovo

March 19, 2004: DoD Needs Direction on Wounded Meal Fees

March 18, 2004: Makeshift Bombs Continue to Plague U.S.

March 18, 2004: Bill Authorized for DoD Reimbursements

March 17, 2004: 1st ID Mournd 2 Killed by Bomb

March 17, 2004: DoD Trying to Retain Special Operators

March 16, 2004: 2nd ID Soldiers Pin On Combat Badges

March 15, 2004: Task Force 1-77 Finds First Big Cache

March 15, 2004: Lawmakers Snub DoD Budget Plans

March 13, 2004: Iraq Bids Farewell to Army Infantry

March 13, 2004: Troop Rotation for Iraq at Halfway Mark

March 13, 2004: 'Ghost Soldiers' Raid Farm House

March 12, 2004: Gen. Jumper Leaps Into Stargate

March 12, 2004: Army to Reduce Reservists' Medical Holds

March 12, 2004: Convoys Move Iraqi Oil over Border

March 11, 2004: Forces Brace for 'Spectacular Attacks'

March 11, 2004: Troops Take Care as Iraq Time Winds Down

March 10, 2004: Many Miss Chance to Use Combat Zone Pay

March 10, 2004: Troops Safe in Iraq after Long 'March'

March 9, 2004: Pentagon Sets Up Hot Line for Reporting Sexual Assaults

March 9, 2004: Iraqis Greet Marines, Say Bye To GIs

March 8, 2004: Afghan War on Terror Hard to Measure

March 8, 2004: AF Trying to Avoiding Involuntary AIFs

March 6, 2004: In Kuwait, First ID Trains for Convoy

March 6, 2004: DoD Announces Criteria for New Medals

March 5, 2004: Marine, Mother Reunited

March 4, 2004: California Police, U.S. Troops Equip Iraqis

March 3, 2004: MP Sentenced to 45 Years in Prison for Molesting Girl

March 3, 2004: Special Delivery to Afghan Hospital

March 3, 2004: Arrival of Clothing like Christmas

March 2, 2004: Marines Taking Over for Army in Iraq

March 2, 2004: Army Reservists Do It for the Children

February 28, 2004: Army Probes Kiowa Copter Crash

February 28, 2004: Desert Sand Gives Troops 'Kuwaiti Crud'

February 27, 2004: Marines Taking Over for Army in Iraq

February 27, 2004: Senator - Sexual Assault Can't Continue

February 27, 2004: Lawmaker Vows to Push Congress for Retiree Dislocation Pay

February 26, 2004: BDUs Are in Short Supply, AAFES Warns

February 24, 2004: Collapsing Cots Cause Concern In Kuwait

February 24, 2004: Army Uniform Rule Requires Flag For All

February 23, 2004: Army To Lighten 'Monster Ruck'

February 21, 2004: GIs On Extended Iraq Tours Offered Bonus

February 20, 2004: Home Isn't the Same for Single Soldiers

February 20, 2004: DECA Starting New Bounced Check Policy

February 19, 2004: Dual Military Families Feel Strain

February 18, 2004: Troop Focus in Afghanistan Reenergized

February 17, 2004: First ID Gets Taste of Sandstorms

February 17, 2004: Deployment Plan Keeps Sailors Guessing

February 16, 2004: Navy's Best Surface Under Pressure

February 14, 2004: 32nd Signal Battalion GIs Return

February 14, 2004: Shuttle Disaster Drill

February 14, 2004: AF Cuts Reenlistment Period

February 13, 2004: Deployments Tough On USS Bataan Sailors

February 13, 2004: 1st ID Sends Full Iraq Deployment

February 12, 2004: PRTs: The Public Face Of Special Ops

February 11, 2004: Army Testing New 'Kitchen in a Carton' Meal System to Replace MREs

February 8, 2004: U.S. Forces Struggle with Iraqis’ Free Speech

February 3, 2004: Maintenance Crews Keep Helos Flying Over Iraq

February 3, 2004: Europe Forces Shift not Seen Until '06

February 2, 2004: Army Official on Budget: Will It Be Enough?

January 30, 2004: AFRC Opens R&R Package to Soldiers on Block Leave

January 28, 2004: Airmen Facing First Fitness Tests Under New Standards

January 28, 2004: Magazine Cover Brings Fame and Attention to Soldier

January 26, 2004: 2nd ID Seeks to Curb Lap Dancing at Clubs

January 26, 2004: Air Force Asking Some NCOs to Pick New Fields

January 23, 2004: DOD Confident about Online Voting Ballot

January 23, 2004: Army Denies R&R Canceled During Rotation

January 22, 2004: Iraqi Army Will Take Years, Says Coalition Official

January 15, 2004: GAO Questions Reimbursements to USO for Some Celebrity Tour Expenses

January 14, 2004: Global War on Terrorism Medals Held up by Review

January 7, 2004: Army Offering Online IT Courses

January 7, 2004: Line Getting Shorter for Vets' Doctor Visits

January 6, 2004: Troops Ordered To Leave Flag On

January 5, 2004: Year Round Attention to Suicide

January 5, 2004: Retiree's Drug Costs to Remain Same

January 3, 2004: Terror Threat Means Flights Uncertain

January 3, 2004: Operation Hero Miles

January 3, 2004: More Iraqis Participating in Raids

January 2, 2004: Air Force Brings Help to Iran Quake Victims

January 2, 2004: A Year of Trials and Tragedy

January 1, 2004: Beff on Military Bases Safe

January 1, 2004: Iraq and Afghan News Lead 2003

December 30, 2003: In the Desert, Soldiers Give Their BDU Caps an Individual Flair

December 30, 2003: A Former Spy Teaches a Crash-Course in Espionage

December 23, 2003 Soldier - and That's With a Capital 'S'

December 23, 2003: Pick-up Lines are Just One Way to Get Them to Notice You

December 13, 2003: Army to Stop Conditional Enlisted Promotions

December 11, 2003: Movement of Forces into Iraq in Next Few Months Will Slow R&R Program

December 8, 2003: Plans Slow for Base Closures in Europe



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