Hindus consider the waters of the Ganges to be both pure and purifying. The Ganges is a sacred river to Hindus along every fragment of its length. All along its course, Hindus bathe in its waters, paying homage to their ancestors and to their gods by cupping the water in...

Mongolia is a country undergoing change. It currently has the fastest-growing economy in the world, and Ulaanbaatar, its largest city, is growing along with the economy. New buildings are going up every day and the city is home to more than one million people. However, despite the economic upswing, poverty...

Fifty-five members from Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element, including 13 Airmen deployed at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, joined the Honduran Ministry of Health and military to share their medical expertise and services during the joint medical readiness training exercise (MEDRETE) in eastern Honduras in the villages of Batalla and Wawina,...

The American Civil War has been referred to as the first modern war. This war saw the increase in the number of men involved, strategic sweeping movements, the use of trains and telegraphs, effective use of combined land-sea operations, and the increasing sophistication of the weaponry including rifled artillery, repeating...

Keri Whitehead is a 31 years old active duty U.S. Air Force Master Sergeant and a single mother that upon returning home from a deployment in Iraq was diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2010. Keri found a significant sized lump in her right breast and from there she went from...

Australian Soldiers and U.S. Marines launch an attack on Camp Raspberry during Exercise Talisman Saber 2007 (TS07). Located in the Shoalwater Bay Training Area, Camp Raspberry is a simulated city used to train service members on how to operate in an urban environment. TS07, designed to enhance the combat readiness...

U.S. Military involvement in the war during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom.