When someone reaches 100 years of age, it is impressive. Many of us have goals and there seems to be something magical about reaching that 100 benchmark.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord has 61,000 acres of forest, woodland and savanna, most of which are actively managed for military training and for commercial and noncommercial uses.
There are 15,000 medics in the United States Army. The 56 who composed the 28 two-soldier teams that competed in this year’s Command Sgt. Maj. Jack L. Clark Jr. Army Best Medic Competition late last month at Joint Base Lewis-McChord are the best of the best.
Nearly 300 service members from Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Naval Base Kitsap set sail to a private island to celebrate the 57th annual Foofaraw, hosted by the Thurston County Chamber of Commerce and the Olympia Yacht Club.
Bo's mom called him big boned. Kids in his hometown of Wrightsville, Georgia, called him fat. Bo's school teachers often put him in the corner for his stuttering and called him special. His classmates just called him retarded.
Even though the fire station was unofficially operational last month, Joint Base Lewis-McChord officials hosted the official hose-uncoupling ceremony of the new Fire Station 102 on JBLM Main Sept. 5.
September is Suicide Prevention Month, and U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz leaders ask community members to pay a little extra attention to their friends, family members, coworkers and battle buddies.
For heroism in saving victims of the 2017 Amtrak train crash, Madigan Army Medical Center nurse Tanya Porter earned the International Red Cross 2019 Florence Nightingale Medal.
Failure was never an option for Col. Fernando Güereña, a native of Baja California, Mexico, who joined the U.S. Army Reserve in 1985 and transitioned to active duty in 1999.