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Past articles by Bing:

2 Army Recruits Save Fellow Trainee's Life at Basic Training

Two privates stepped up and saved a buddy's life, according to a Sept. 17 release from the U.S. Army. → Read More

Army Issues New Memo About Protecting Bases from Climate Change

Recent natural disasters, from California wildfires to hurricanes in the Southeast, have posed threats to Army operations. → Read More

Nearly 400 Rescued by National Guard from Raging Creek Wildfire

The California Army National Guard's 40th Combat Aviation Brigade rescued 396 people and 27 animals from the Creek Fire. → Read More

Alaska Guard Troops Execute Rappelling Rescue After Hunter’s 100-Foot Fall

The team battled a windstorm, ran and low visibility to get to the victim. → Read More

Airman’s Idea to Provide Better-Fitting Uniforms to Pregnant Troops May Become Law

You know there's a problem when even the superintendent of an Air Force squadron can't find the uniform items she needs. → Read More

As Soldiers Begin to Purchase New Army Greens, Program Offers Double Credit for Uniforms

The Military Star card program is doubling the credit limit on its zero-interest Military Clothing Plan from $500 to $1,000. → Read More

German Family Discovers WWII-Era Dog Tags Near US Garrison

They knew they had discovered an important piece of history that needed to be returned to its proper place. → Read More

This Air Force Paint Additive Could Help Reduce COVID-19 Spread Indoors

The U.S. Air Force is stepping up its efforts to fight the spread of diseases inside buildings. → Read More

Decommissioned Navy Warship Blasted and Sunk in Pacific Exercise

Ships and aircraft from ten nations participating the exercise sank the amphibious cargo ship in a live-fire exercise. → Read More

Air Force Grants 1st Assignment Under New Co-Parenting Accommodation Policy

The Air Force is now considering the circumstances of airmen with a child custody arrangement when determining assignments. → Read More

DC, Marvel Artists Create Graphic Novel About the Only Female Medal of Honor Recipient

The latest graphic novel presented by the Association of the United States Army is all about Mary Walker. → Read More

'First of Many:' Air Force Leaders Watch Flying Car Demo

The Hexa is an eVTOL platform that consists of an open cockpit seat surrounded by a honeycomb of small rotors. → Read More

New Apache Program on Schedule in Spite of COVID-19, Army Says

Despite COVID-19 restrictions, the Army's new AH-64E Apache V6 program is finding ways to get things done. → Read More

For 1st Time in 3 Decades, Military Families and Retirees Are Getting Revamped IDs

The card will be more durable and more closely resemble the Common Access Cards. → Read More

New Cooling Suits Can Keep Airmen Comfortable on Hot Flight Lines

The suits include a set of sub-components including compressors, condenser, evaporator and water pump in one small package. → Read More

DARPA Wants AI Program to Crunch Data for Commanders

DARPA has issued a multi-year contract with Aptima Inc. and Arizona State University to develop a new generation of AI. → Read More

Air Force's Secret X-37B Space Plane Just Scored a Big Win

The Robert J. Collier Trophy has been given out annually for American achievement in aviation and space since 1911. → Read More

The VA Is Using AI to Shorten its Mail Processing Time on Claims Intake

The VBA receives more than 550,000 pieces of mail initiating a claim or providing supportive documentation per month. → Read More

Celebrity Chef Wants to Give Army Chow Halls a Makeover

British-American celebrity chef Robert Irvine is turning his attention to Army chow halls. → Read More

Air Force's New Search-and Rescue Helicopter Gets 1st Aerial Refueling

The Air Force's newest combat search-and-rescue helicopter, the HH-60W Jolly Green II, hit another milestone. → Read More