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Stay at home mom can pilot a Blackhawk
Melissa Bell, a stay-at-home mother of three, enjoys spending her days hanging out with her young children and shuttling them to and from sports’ activities, dentist appointments, and playdates. It’s a far cry from the days she spent piloting Black Hawk helicopters in Iraq and beyond as a soldier in the United States Army.
New commander is highest ranking female officer in Afghanistan since war began
Army Maj. Gen. Robin Fontes on Saturday assumed the highest position of any female servicemember in Afghanistan since the war began, taking over command of Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan.
Pioneering general wants all Soldiers to thrive, despite their gender
FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. (Army News Service) -- Education is Brig. Gen. Miyako Schanely's passion.
While in uniform, she leads the Army Reserve's 102nd Training Division, where she molds engineers and military police officers as well as chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists.
Sea Dragon Highlight: Elle Taylor, the tennis star
Have you ever sat next to someone on the bus or in a waiting room and wondered who they were? Not just their name, but what makes them who they are? Have you ever walked around your workspace, engaging all your co-worker friends, only to discover at a farewell event you had no clue that your friend was married with kids?
Alpha Peak's Award-Winning Author Laurel McHargue is Releasing a New Book
Laurel McHargue wants to know, “When was the last time you read an adult fairy tale, or any fairy tale, for that matter?” She believes her latest publication, The Hare, Raising Truth, will fill a niche “and scratch an itch” for readers who enjoy bizarre fantasy, a quick read, and a surprise ending. "This is not a story you'll read to your children at night."