Over the decades, War College students have donated as class gifts plaques that list alumni along with paintings, sculptures and stained glass window displays that decorate Root Hall, Bliss Hall and the adjoining grounds.
Preparations are underway to move the collection of military and history books from the library in Root Hall to the two-story library in the new building in July.
Fort Stewart officials said in a statement that Wilson used a privately owned gun to shoot Hillman.
Sgt. Nathan M. Hillman, 30, of Plum, Pennsylvania, was killed Monday by a gunman at Fort Stewart, according to a statement from the Army post.
To commemorate the anniversary, here's a look back at a collection of Associated Press photos of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
“It’s a great cause,” said Bill Croft, financial adviser for the Carlisle chapter of the Sons of the AmVets. “This is one of those times for our post to pay respect to the veterans.
“People need to support the veterans more than what they do,” Glossner said. “They don’t get enough support or recognition for what they have done past and present.”
During a ceremony at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Camp Hill Thursday, State Treasurer Stacy Garrity returned 10 military medals and ribbons to Cathedral Dean Father Michael Varvarelis. The military honors were earned by the late Timothy Marahoris, a U.S. Army veteran who served h…
“They served our country,” said Amanda Mylin, director of community life. “In everything they did, they fought for our country and for our freedoms.”
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency announced in August that unidentified remains from the war buried in the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific were disinterred in 2019.
Officials did not release details about the accident or the vehicles involve, saying only that it remains under investigation.
Going in, I thought my being a huge World War II history buff would overcome my general lack of physical fitness, notable absence of agility and sometimes paralyzing fear of heights.
A volunteer operates a World War II era Sherman tank at the Army Heritage and Education Center's Army Heritage Days.
A video look ducking down inside World War II era Sherman tank at the Army Heritage and Education Center's Army heritage Days.
"While each of the vehicles we crew is a truly magnificent historical artifact, the real story is the young soldiers who took them into combat, their crews."
Those who do seek that help often find themselves fighting through deep-rooted stigma surrounding mental health issues, bureaucratic obstacles and internal pressure to stay on the job.
More than 378,000 customers are eligible to shop tax-free at the remodeled facility, including active-duty service members, military families and retirees.
This year, organizers spread out the activities over two weekends to offer the public a greater range of experiences as it interfaces with technology.
The U.S. Army War College is inviting the Carlisle community to join it at the Carlisle Barracks for the college's Class of 2023 opening ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday.
Distance education is a two-year, internet-based program for senior military officers and civilian leaders to earn a master’s degree in strategic studies.
The Office of Army Cemeteries presented its findings Thursday of the fifth and latest disinterment project conducted at the Carlisle Barracks Post Cemetery.
Carlisle Barracks announced that it will hold a full-scale exercise Wednesday afternoon that will involve its entire installation and response from local first responders.
The Resident Class of 2022 includes 80 International Fellows from 75 countries.
The Army War College at Carlisle Barracks needs about 20 volunteers from the community to sponsor members of the upcoming class of International Fellows.
78th Anniversary: , Remembering D-Day. On June 6, 1944, Allied troops invaded Normandy, France, to fight Nazi Germany in World War II. It was the largest invasion force in history, with hundreds of thousands of American, British, Canadian and other troops. It was one of the most important ev…
World War II veterans and other visitors gather Monday in Normandy for the 78th D-Day anniversary to pay tribute to the nearly 160,000 troops from Britain, the US, Canada and elsewhere who landed there. Several thousand people are expected Monday at a ceremony at the American Cemetery overlo…
The Vietnam Veterans of America joined the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center for a Memorial Day commemoration on Saturday at the Soldier’s Walk at AHEC.
“This is a day set aside to remember, honor and appreciate the service and sacrifice of veterans – particularly those who lost their lives in combat,” the retired Army colonel said. “There are a few people I know who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Those people are on my mind.”
Rogers was one of 100 students who represented the U.S. Army War College in a competition against four other senior service schools of the U.S. military.