Col. Otto K. Liller relinquished command of 1st Special Forces Group to Col. Guillaume N. Beaurpere July 7 at Watkins Field.
Jonathan Harris brought his unique brand of country music to JBLM’s Samuel Adams Brewhouse Tuesday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Retired Army Lt. Col. Charles Kettles was awarded the Medal of Honor during a White House Ceremony Monday.
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ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. Former McChord Field cargo pilot takes command of the Air Force Reserve Command
Former Women Airforce Service Pilot, celebrated her 100th birthday at Joint Base Lewis- McChord July 10.
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. The multinational annual training exercise, Iron Mask 16, revolved around improving Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear interoperability between NATO allies from the U.S. and Europe.
WASHINGTON, D.C. The secretary said the number of U.S. troops will aid in the “process of refreshing and retraining” Afghan security forces.
WASHINGTON, D.C. All U.S. service members and civilians in Turkey are safe in the wake of the July 15 attempted coup there.
Auditions for JBLM’s production of “The Nutcracker” are set for July 29 to 30.
Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse hosted his annual camp for military kids interested in learning more about finances July 11 to 15.
Young prospective Jedi Knights recently got Disney-approved Jedi training at the Lewis Main and McChord Field Exchanges.
Gray Army Airfield’s renovation continues with the attachment of the cab to the newly-built Flight Control Tower.
Megan O’Day was recognized for her outstanding work for the Exceptional Family Member Program.
The Fort Lewis Army Museum, located on Lewis North, closed for restoration July 2 and is expected to re-open its doors to the public in the new year.
1st Air Support Operations Group held a change of command ceremony on Joint Base Lewis-McChord July 6.
The fifth iteration of Hanuman Guardian was built on the training and lessons learned from previous exercises.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. Doctors at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research have developed a Zika vaccine that they’ve successfully tested on mice, are now testing on monkeys and hope to begin testing on humans later this year.
Fraud against TRICARE beneficiaries is in the news. Protecting your personal information is vital to your privacy, and prevents abuse of taxpayer funds. Be safe; don’t share your military ID or other personal or family information with an unknown person.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced June 30 a policy decision that overturns the ban on transgender service across all branches of service, effective immediately.
Thousands flocked to Joint Base Lewis-McChord for its annual Freedom Fest, which lit up the skies Monday for a spectacular celebration of our nation’s independence.
Lt. Col. Jason Evers relinquished command of the Yakima Training Center to Lt. Col. Jarret D. Mathews during a ceremony on the parade field June 30.
A man turns in a Vietnam-ear grenade at the Lewis Main Visitor Center Tuesday morning.
A new system for PCS aims to improve the process for everyone.
Maribel Paulino-Martinez is JBLM’s July Volunteer of the Month.
A military spouse was awarded a $5,000 prize by the Army and Air Force Exchange Service Wednesday at the McChord Field Exchange.
2nd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division kicks off Hanuman Guardian 2016 June 27.
The PMEL shop, part of the 62nd MXS test measurement diagnostic equipment flight, is responsible for calibrating equipment that is used in virtually every phase of maintenance on McChord Field and throughout numerous government organizations in the Pacific Northwest.