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“I try to donate blood every four months,” Pvt. Travis Arnold, 1st Cavalry Regiment, said. “My father fought leukemia for a year and a half, and I saw how he went through platelets and blood transfusions. I think it’s important for everybody to do their part and donate blood, because a lot o…

“So my son loves raviolis. That’s his lunch — raviolis,” Briana Corey, 23, Army spouse and mother, said about her two-year-old during a Walmart grocery trip. “Literally, this lady takes them all off the shelf, and I was like, ‘Well, can I have like two?’ and she was like ‘No, we need them!’”

WASHINGTON — More than 14,000 retired Soldiers have already shown interest in returning to active duty after the Army recently reached out to over 800,000 of them to assist in the COVID-19 pandemic response, G-1 officials said.

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Moving with the military is never a fun process, unless you’re watching “Moving with the Military,” the Fort Hood-based home improvement show created, produced and hosted by a local Army spouse. Showing military families doing amazing things, it’s a bit of a reality TV, mixed with a document…

Danielle Hernandez, wife of Sgt. Daniel Hernandez, 1st Medical Brigade, helped teach her children the importance of saving the planet March 18, as they held a small clean up outside the Clear Creek Commissary.

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PANAMA CITY, Florida. — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, scientists and engineers at Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division are developing low-cost, easily-assembled, non FDA-approved ventilators that can be rapidly prototyped and used in both hospital and field settings. If …

BETHSEDA, Md. — While in graduate school, I was involved with some interesting research that examined students’ reactions to media coverage on the potential threat of a disease pandemic such as coronavirus. The study showed several interesting findings, including high rates of worry that fam…

BETHSEDA, Md. — Amidst growing concern about the COVID-19 infection, health officials have provided several recommendations to help individuals protect themselves and their families from infection, including washing hands regularly and maintaining a distance of at least six feet from anyone …

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