3 hrs ago
U.S. Department of Defense
Face of Defense: Wounded Warrior Becomes Military Doctor
Ten years after being wounded in Iraq, Army Capt. Christian Labra has completed medical school at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and is about to graduate from a three-year residency at the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital in Virginia.
8 hrs ago
Fort Belvoir to open East Coast's largest Exchange
Army football fans won't have to wait until fall to see if they can break their long dry spell in... FORT BELVOIR, VA.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
DHA Group Wins Third Task Order under Defense Logistics Agency...
DHA Group, Inc. , an award-winning management consulting and contracting firm serving the federal government, announced today that it was the successful bidder on task order 13 under the Defense Logistics Agency Headquarters J6 Program Management Support Services contract.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Fort Belvoir Honors Army Birthday and Flag Day
Fort Belvoir will celebrate the 238th birthday of the U.S. Army and Flag Day on Friday, June 14. The event is open to the public and will be held at 10 a.m. that day in front of post headquarters, Bldg.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Architect Michael Graves takes on hospitals, wheelchairs and whisks
Michael Graves, the architect whose teapot for JC Penney was said to resemble Hitler, wants to do everything from crutches and canes to hospitals and homes.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Freebie Alert: Friday is National Donut Day
The first Friday of June just happens to be National Donut Da y . That means you might just score a free donut at one of Northern Virginia's donut emporiums.
Belvoir Garrison Commander on the U.S. Military Sexual Assault Debate
The United States military should maintain control of how sexual assault cases are reported, according to Fort Belvoir Garrison Commander Col.
Sat Jun 01, 2013
Hero's Best Friend: Dogs help wounded recover
Throughout centuries of war, dogs have been by service members' sides, whether they're helping save lives in the battlefield or helping them heal.
Watertown Daily Times
Leadership changes hands for Fort Drum's Warriors in Transition Battalion
The new commander of the post's 3rd Battalion, 85th Mountain Infantry Regiment, better known as the Warriors in Transition Battalion, said he was thankful for the opportunity to aid wounded soldiers and their families.
Walter Reed hospital workers receive furlough notices
ABC7 has confirmed the region's two military hospitals are furloughing more than 3,500 civilian employees who care for the nation's wounded warriors, nearly their entire civilian staffs.
Fri May 31, 2013
The Daily American
More than $300 million in contracts announced at Showcase
Nearly $370 million in new contracts were announced Friday for area defense contractors and other companies at the 23rd Annual Showcase for Commerce.
Thu May 30, 2013
Living Off the Water: Meet the Harley's of Mason Neck
It was a slow May morning on the Potomac for the last of a dying breed. Brothers Mike and Brad Harley of Mason Neck returned to the family homestead for a quick afternoon break to see their mother, JoAnne, after catching and selling 500 pounds of catfish.
Tue May 28, 2013
Memorial Day at The Fairfax in Lorton
More than 50 members of The Fairfax, a military retirement community just outside Fort Belvoir, celebrated Memorial Day on Monday.
Progress slow on army museum
The site for the National Museum of the United States Army was approved by the secretary of the Army in June 2011, but raising the estimated $200 million it will cost to build it has been a battle.
Mon May 27, 2013
Hero's Best Friend
Ann Spader, service dog training instructor at the U.S. Army's Warrior Transition Brigade , Northern Regional Medical Command, and Sgt.
Sun May 26, 2013
The Washington Post
Harry Hink, World War II pilot in Northern Va., recalls lost colleagues on Memorial Day
Harry Hink, a former Army Air Corps pilot who flew missions over Japan in 1945, at his home on May, 13, 2013 in Ft.
Wilmington group continues mission of healing
Members of the local nonprofit iPods for Wounded Veterans are back in town this week after bringing electronics and encouragement to soldiers healing in Washington, D.C.-area military hospitals.
Tue May 21, 2013
Huntsville schools partnering with Army Cyber Command to bolster U.S. cyber security field
The Huntsville school district today became the first in the United States to partner with the U.S. Army Cyber Command in an effort to get students interested in the industry ready for the challenge.