Check the fine print on health bars to ensure hemp seeds won’t bring UCMJ consequences
Often called one of the “invisible wounds of war,” traumatic brain injury is the result of a blow or jolt to the head that disrupts the normal function of the brain. Anyone can suffer a TBI, it can happen on the sports field, in your home or on the job.
At Madigan Army Medical Center, we know that as a patient you want to communicate easily and quickly with your medical care team here. We also know that as important as your health care is to you, that you are also juggling it with the rest of your busy work and home lives. That’s why we’re excited to offer you multiple ways to communicate with us remotely to include via phone and online, on websites such as RelayHealth and TRICARE Online.
The Bayonet Division is called to the sound of the guns once again
On International Women’s Day Sunday, we celebrated the courage and contributions of women and girls around the world. The fundamental truth is that no society can reach its full potential if it leaves 50 percent of its people behind.
It’s funny what goes through your mind when you’re running late for work. You think about the work you have waiting for you on your desk, the emails that are lined up, the phone messages — not to mention how bad will the backups be at the gates today?
Lt. Col. Ed Saylor eulogized in View from the Top commentary
As I was reviewing some enlisted performance reports and decorations recently, I started contemplating a huge event in my life that occurred almost 20 years ago. In April of 1995, I asked my then, girlfriend, Tiffani, a fellow Airman at the time, to be my wife, for better or worse. We were married later that year and along our journey these past 20 years, we have seen many places, been blessed with two wonderful children and made many friends.
The Army surgeon general works to ensure units avoid accidents in high risk environments
Maintainers on flightlines need to remember the big picture
It’s not smart to not pay attention, disregard rules and do unsafe things
It’s hard to comprehend that the nation has been at war for more than 13 years. For most of us, the time has gone quickly, but too many Americans relive the attacks daily through the loss of loved ones. To them, 9-11 was yesterday, today and every day; the pain never ceases.
Leaders should continuously challenge themselves with new information and approaches
Crosswalks can be dangerous places on JBLM unless users obey the rules
NCO education and training is crucial to growing successful enlisted leaders
You can learn as much from losing as from winning
The importance of the service member for Life program outlined by 42nd MP CSM
WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. Be prepared to learn from failure
Comment 2 on insurance required by new DOD BAH requirements
Set sights on New Year’s resolutions you really care about
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. AMC commander thanks AF team for 2014
7th Inf. Div. CG looks forward to positive 2015
TRICARE’s guide to making New Year’s resolutions
Wing commander sets the course for the future
QUANTICO, Virginia Tips on lowering your cyber and social media profile
US-Japanese military cooperation
Holiday message from WRMC commander
This November, I had the tremendous privilege of spending 24 hours with a joint team of firefighters consisting of Air Force, Army and civilian personnel at Fire Station 105, at the McChord Field flightline.
Free legal services available for service members to review their IDES results
Respecting each other is the best way to build strong relationships