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U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Tim Smithers has practiced #martialarts for much of his life. He insists that maintaining his personal fitness has kept more than just his body shape - it's also helped his mind, reducing stress and making him a well-rounded individual.

Video by United States Air Force Staff Sgt. Da'Nette Bruton
Marines assigned to the Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Africa learned how to employ non-lethal weapon systems at Naval Air Station Sigonella, Italy.
It's no "Lazy Sunday" for our service members. Early this morning, service members gathered at the Pentagon to begin rehearsals with the 58th Presidential Inauguration - Joint Task Force National Capital Region. Friday, they'll be supporting the peaceful transition of power in America.
#PracticeforJan20 #InaugRehearsal #SquaredAwayForIDay
Military working dogs have been a vital part of the armed forces since the Revolutionary War. How much do you know about them?

Video by United States Air Force Senior Airman Corey Kingsbury
U.S. Army researchers are studying the physiological effects of blast pressure on the brain to devise new ways to protect soldiers.

Army Uses Gels to Study How Blast Pressure Impacts the Brain

Heroism at its best. Congrats to this United States Naval Academy midshipman!

Midshipman Awarded Navy and Marine Corps Medal for Heroism

From the front lines: Watch as a coalition airstrike destroys an #ISIL tactical vehicle near Beiji, #Iraq. The Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve - عملية العزم الصلب is supporting Iraqi security forces working to oust the terror group from its strongholds.
Chairman of The Joint Staff Gen. Dunford talks about the air campaign in Iraq and Syria during a recent media brief with
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter.
To watch the full press conference please visit:
[ Defense.gov Link ]
In 1956, United States Air Force radar operator Bob Cunningham lived on a remote South Pacific island about 2,000 feet long and 850 feet wide. The secret project he and 9 others worked on eventually provided invaluable defense information. To Cunningham, the experience was definitely an adventure.

Castaway Airman Helped Map the World

Sunset Supplies

A sailor directs an MH-60S Seahawk helicopter to lower supplies onto the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) during a vertical replenishment with the fleet oiler USNS Yukon (T-AO-152) in the Pacific Ocean.

U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Sean M. Castellano
The 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit is more than ready to defend our country as it trains in Djibouti, Africa, during exercise Alligator Dagger. #OorahMarines U.S. Marine Corps
If #holiday bills are stressing you out, you can get help to get back on track!

How to Pay Down Your Holiday Debt

These distinctions are more than special. Thanks to a U.S. Navy review panel’s findings, the medals were upgrades to previous awards for #valor in combat. Congratulations to these heroic men!
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency - DARPA wrapped up the first phase of a program that develops temporary underwater fiber-optics communications networks.

DARPA Program Aims to Improve Undersea Communications

Winter Training

Airmen conduct room clearance training at Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base in Westhampton Beach, N.Y. The airmen are assigned to the 106th Rescue Wing's Security Forces Squadron. The training enables security forces to learn how to properly and safely clear and secure a room in a combat environment.

Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher S. Muncy
Holographic glasses, 3-D printing and cold spray techniques are all technologies that U.S. Army scientists are working on to improve safety for soldiers and their equipment. So what are they, and how exactly will they help?

AWS: Army General Gets Closer Look at New Technologies to Make Soldiers Safer & Stronger

Pew! Pew!

U.S. Marine Corps infantry squad leaders assigned to School of Infantry West, Detachment Hawaii, defend their position during the Advanced Infantry Course at Kahuku Training Area.

U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Aaron S. Patterson
#tbt to about a month ago during the 75th commemoration of the #PearlHarbor attacks, when we met veteran Jim Leavelle.

Not only did he survive that day, but years later, he was intimately involved in another era-defining incident: He was handcuffed to President John F. Kennedy’s accused killer, Lee Harvey Oswald, when Jack Ruby shot and killed Oswald.

DoDLive: WWII Vet Survives Not 1, But 2 Era-Defining Events

Two friends from the small town of Brookings, South Dakota are reunited aboard USS Bataan (LHD 5).

Together Again

Spark it up

Staff Sgt. Daniel Glenn, a firefighter with the 106th Rescue Wing, operates a powered saw to cut through a reinforced cinder block wall at Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base, N.Y.

Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher S. Muncy