March 10, 2018
Actions Speak Louder than Words: Teaching Kids Not to Bully
Researching to understand what bullying is and how to prevent it is the first step to helping children, and families, choose kindness above everything else.
Keeping Kids on a Need-to-Know Basis
When it comes to what kids need to know about military life, like moves or deployments, it’s on the adults in their life to figure out how much information is the right amount.
5 Reasons Why Military Kids Are Awesome
All kids are awesome, but military kids have a certain set of skills that separate them from the crowd.
Teaching Kids Healthy Habits is Challenge
Maintaining and teaching healthy habits to children is a challenge in all families, especially when moving from California to Japan.
March 8, 2018
Dunford Recognizes NATO Leadership, Alliance’s Importance
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff presented the Legion of Merit to Czech Gen. Petr Pavel, chairman of the NATO Military Committee.
Revamped AFE Website Is Faster, More Mobile-Friendly
Armed Forces Entertainment made its website faster and more mobile-friendly. Find out how it can help you find the shows you want to see.
March 7, 2018
U.S. ‘Iron Chefs’ Win Annual Cooking Competition In Japan
Several U.S. and Japanese soldiers recently got to taste-test their comrades’ creations at an Iron Chef competition held during exercise Yama Sakura 73, a yearly bilateral command post exercise involving the U.S. military and the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force.
March 6, 2018
How the Military Influences the U.S. Senate Youth Program
The U.S. Senate Youth Program teaches our best and brightest about the inner workings of the gov't, and it couldn’t be done without the help of the military.
Armed With Science: Lighting the Way: AFRL Partners with Entrepreneurs to Benefit the Warfighter
Nearly everyone has used a common glow stick to light up the night sky, or even as part of a highway emergency kit, but these handy devices are also useful on the battlefield.
March 5, 2018
Is Cyber For You? This Historian Soldier Didn't Think So - She Was Wrong
1st Lt. Kristi Cook was a historian by trade, but when the National Guard put her into the cyber field, it changed her whole perspective.