JBLMs new CSM focuses on learning the ropes with a constant emphasis on family.
The Lewis Community Spouses Club is hosting its annual Historic Holiday Home Tour.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord accepted a second Fisher House from the Fisher House Foundation Nov. 17, offering more families the opportunity to visit their loved ones during hospitalization.
Santa Express train rides start Saturday and run each weekend through December 21 at 10 a.m., 12:45 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Transitioning warriors have a plethora of activities to choose from in the Soldier Adaptive Reconditioning Program, but only one involves a 1,000-pound animal.
The 555th Engineer Brigade Soldiers brought packs filled with toys for Santa’s Castle Monday.
Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Joint Base Lewis-McChord continues work with Lacey Elementary Schools.
At one of the far walls of the museum’s entrance are tall concrete-like barriers, backdrops to art pieces depicting an improvised explosive device, a memorial display and the tears and blood of war — glass embodiments of the gritty reality of combat.
Family members gathered to connect, share stories and recognize those they have lost at the Joint Base Lewis-McChord’s Fallen Heroes Decorating Tree Event hosted by JBLM’s Survivor Outreach Services.
America’s Credit Union hosted the 15th Annual Turkey Shoot golf tournament Nov. 6 at Eagles Pride Golf Course.
Service members from all over JBLM helped clean up training and cantonment areas on the installation.
The Stone Education Center has a new education services officer.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Soldiers are now authorized to wear either black or white socks with their Army physical fitness uniform.
As American influence continues to expand globally, the traditional concept of patriotism takes on a broader definition. The true essence of an American patriot is no longer anchored by birthright.
Bill Myers, Environmental Restoration program manager, was honored with the Commander’s Award for Civilian Service Monday at JBLM.
Aidan McConlin, 9 years old, who has cerebral palsy, doesn’t let a disability slow him down or prevent him from doing what he can to bring a smile to deploying service members.
Four international spouses gathered around Indian spouse Palak Shah as she taught them how to make chickpea noodles in tomato curry and lemon rice during JBLM’s International Spouses Cooking Demonstration Nov. 4.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund leadership broke ground on the new Intrepid Spirit Center in a ceremony Oct. 29. Once completed, the center will diagnose and treat traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic
Competition heats up at ninth annual chili cook-off hosted by the U.S. Army Sustainment Command Army Field Support Battalion-Lewis, under the 404th Army Field Support Brigade.
Arts and crafts managers from eight military installations were at Joint Base Lewis-McChord’s Arts and Crafts Center from Oct. 28 to 30 to participate in specialized resiliency training. The program is geared toward Airmen, Soldiers and their family members who have suffered from a traumatic incident.
The 1st Battalion, 94th Field Artillery Regiment hosted a “Trunk or Treat” for service members and their families Oct. 30 at JBLM.
FORT MEADE, Md. It’s not every day you get to meet a prince, but several of America’s injured service members were given that chance Oct. 28, showing off their adaptive sports skills to Britain’s Prince Harry, who visited Fort Belvoir, Va., to officially launch the 2016 Invictus Games.
The “Hunted Asylum” saw an influx of visitors during its opening weekend Oct. 23 through Sunday.
Service members and veterans participated in the I Was There film workshop at JBLM.
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas Twelve finalists have been selected for the 2015 Operation Rising Star singing contest.
Local Joint Base Lewis-McChord veterans, along with many others, take part in the upcoming “Range 15” military humor zombie movie.
JBLM’s annual fall cleanup puts all service members to work Nov. 2 - 6. The Nov. 4 Amnesty Day allows anyone to recycle old weapons or ammo, no questions asked.
Five children received a handmade quilt by Quilts for Kids on JBLM in Joint Base Lewis-McChord’s Grandstaff Library on Make a Difference Day Saturday.
The annual Domestic Violence Awareness Month event on JBLM brought more than 200 members of command leadership, government and nonprofits as well as survivors together to learn more about the effects of domestic violence.
The Gold Star mothers Picnic on Joint Base Lewis-McChord Sunday allowed women to share their stories of life and loss.