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WASHINGTON – As seen on TV, a crime scene investigator pulls a partial fingerprint off the shrapnel of a homemade explosive device and rushes it to his office. From there, it is handed off to the crime-lab examiner and scanned into the computer. Later, the fingerprint is matched to an indivi…

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WASHINGTON – U.S. Soldiers can expect greater integration with British and Australian troops in the future battlefield as the Army focuses on bolstering interoperability with allied partners and other military branches during Project Convergence 2022, Army leaders said.

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WASHINGTON – Prevention of sexual assault and other harmful behaviors can pose a significant challenge for an institution as large as the Army. That’s why members of the People First Task Force believe true prevention begins with a holistic community approach that addresses the factors that …

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TRICARE open season is the annual period when you can enroll in or change your health care coverage for the next year. The next TRICARE open season is Nov. 14-Dec. 13. Enrollment changes made during TRICARE open season will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2023.

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During National Veterans and Military Families Month, the Defense Department recognizes the significant role military Families and transitioning veterans have in supporting a stronger force.

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The Defense Department for the first time released the public versions of three strategic documents – the National Defense Strategy, the Nuclear Posture Review and the Missile Defense Review – together Oct. 27 after having developed both the classified and unclassified versions of all three …

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WASHINGTON – U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command released the latest version of the Army’s capstone operations doctrine, Field Manual 3-0, Oct. 11, as senior leaders gathered for the 2022 Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington.

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Public health experts say COVID-19 cases are anticipated to spike again this fall, but new vaccine versions have been released to target subvariants that dominate cases in the United States.

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WASHINGTON – Following reports that the Army may fall short of its recruiting goals, the service’s top officer said the branch remains steadfast in its commitment to reaching its end strength targets but will continue to seek candidates that meet its rigorous qualifications.

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ASPEN, Colo. – In his 38 years as a Soldier, across theaters ranging from the Middle East to Europe, the commander of Special Operations Command said he never had to look up. But those days are ending.

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