“Communication is critical,” Chaplain (Col.) Steve Moser, Fort Hood Chaplain Family Life Training Center director, said about building a strong foundation for marriage.
WASHINGTON — The Defense Department is working to improve the Exceptional Family Member Program with several initiatives.
Robots performing surgery seems like something out of a science fiction movie, but it is already in practice at Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center. Thirty-eight Fort Hood students and parents were given the opportunity to witness firsthand what it is like to see the surgical robot in action.
FORT SILL, Okla. — The air defense artillery branch is looking for warrant officers to fill its manning gaps. The need is so great that the Army is offering a $60,000 incentive to Soldiers, said Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jonathon Boone, ADA Proponent warrant officer.
Blood runs through every service member defending the country, every civilian supporting their mission and every family member and friend who loves them. Having a medically ready force for the Department of Defense means paying attention to the organ that pumps the blood: the heart.
When a service member deploys, the family and friends they leave behind have to adjust every part of their lives. They take on added roles in the family, adjust schedules and find new ways to keep in touch with the service member. The Military Health System and other organizations have put t…