As the coronavirus swept through the nation, schools once bustling with the sounds of children became ghost towns, school buses stopped in their tracks, and classrooms once filled with life went vacant.
The pandemic left families in Bladen County, North Carolina, in a dire situation. Unemployment skyrocketed, and families struggled more to feed their children.
In an interview with C4ISRNET, the U.S. Army’s program executive officer for intelligence, electronic warfare and sensors talks about how to ensure soldiers can detect, recognize and identify the... Read More
Branch Rickey, an Army officer in the Chemical Warfare Service during World War I, cemented a place in baseball history for decisions he made as a general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, including signing Jackie Robinson.
It is considered a crucial step for young soldiers - a centralized three-week course in learning how to be a noncommissioned officer. But when COVID-19 forced a ban on nonessential travel, Army leaders had to find another solution.