Approximately 102 runners cleared their lungs while competing in the annual Great American Smokeout 5K Cold Turkey Trot held near the West Fitness Center on Joint Base Andrews Nov. 19.
More than 500 volunteers arrived at FedEx field on Saturday to participate in the 13th Annual Harvest Feast as the Redskins Charitable Foundation partnered with Ryan Homes to assemble food baskets, including turkeys provided by Shoppers Food & Pharmacy, for 2,500 Prince George’s County r…
On a day in April in 2012, for Tina Krahling it was a day of joy then a stunning surprise. After delivering her son, by accident doctors discovered something that sent her life on a new mission.
The Chaplain’s Religious Enrichment Development Operations (CREDO) offers a variety of programs aimed at improving communication, adding resiliency, and training service members in valuable life skills.
The Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling Chapel Choir is a 78 member volunteer choir that will be presenting a Christmas Cantata, “Once Upon a Holy Night”, on Dec. 13 at noon at the Chapel Center. The Cantata Choir is comprised of Catholic, traditional protestant, and gospel members and represents a…
“I am truly blessed to be here today,” said John Ryan.
Almost a quarter of service members smoke cigarettes and on Nov. 19, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center’s (WRNMMC) tobacco cessation counselors are going to help you quit.
While November has been designated as Warrior Care Month, their caregivers can often be overlooked, so that’s why the Navy Wounded Warrior Safe Harbor Family Symposium put a spotlight on those who care for wounded, ill or injured service members.
In the 240-year history of the U.S. Army, only 637 Soldiers have earned the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Identification Badge. Three of those badges were awarded to the newest additions to the ranks during a Nov. 17 ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
To honor Native American Heritage month, about 40 federal employees and service members from Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall toured the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., Nov. 19.
Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division’s (NSWC IHEODTD) Mark Beckman and MK 45 Gun Mount Installation and Checkout team received Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Excellence Awards during a ceremony held at the Washington Navy Yard, Oct. 27.
Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) partnered with U.S. Army agencies at Natick Soldier Research and Development Center (NSRDEC) to conduct a 12-mile road march with an electricity generating backpack here, Aug. 31 — Sept. 3.
Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) scientists and engineers showcased cutting-edge technologies and briefed military personnel, government employees and contractors attending the NSWCDD Briefing and Technical Demonstration held at Naval Sea System Command headquarters, Nov. 3.
With the 2016 general election campaigns underway, now is a good time to review the rules in place for Department of Defense civilians and military personnel that protect you and prevent the appearance of DOD approval or endorsement of any candidate or political party.
The U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity hosted this year’s Native American Indian Observance at the Community Activities Center at Fort Detrick Nov. 20.
December begins the season of lights. People will start hanging lights on their houses; cities will put up lights along the streets to celebrate the holidays; businesses will put out special seasonal lights and decorations; the Jewish community will celebrate Hanukah by the lighting of the m…
The quarterly tenant executive council meeting is scheduled to take place on Nov. 24 in the Admiral Gooding Center at the Washington Navy Yard. The meeting will serve as a sounding board for the more than 100 tenant commands housed at Naval Support Activity Washington to make their voices he…
With Thanksgiving a week away, it’s time to start preparing for the impending feasts as personnel around Naval District Washington gather with family and friends around tables to give thanks and enjoy the holiday.
As personnel around the Washington Navy Yard begin to make their Thanksgiving holiday plans, Naval Support Activity Washington’s safety office is offering tips to keep sailors and civilians safe and mishap free during their yearly feast.