• Local war hero who appeared in movie to retire from Army

    Col. Gregory Gadson says although he plans on retiring from the Army this year after 25 years of service, he will continue to share his life and make a difference.

  • US Army moving recruiting center from W.Va. to Va.

    BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) — The U.S. Army is moving its recruiting center in Beckley to Virginia. The U.S. Army Recruiting Command’s relocation to Richmond, Virginia, is scheduled to be completed by the end of June. Capt. Randall Agnew, the company commander in Richmond, tells The Register-Herald ( ) that there currently are four full-time workers…

  • Controversial project helps Army predict suicide

    The Army has long looked for a way to prevent suicide in the military, and now, it might have a solution.

  • Army museum battles for money to build

    The Virginia site for the National
    Museum of the United States Army was approved by the secretary of the Army in June 2011, but raising the estimated $200
    million it will cost to build it has been a battle.

  • Wounded warriors make a splash for a good cause

    It was race day for more than 200 military
    veterans and volunteers who suited up for the
    seventh annual Team River Runner Biathlon.

  • A little robot named ‘Sand Flea’ flies high (VIDEO)

    The U.S. Army\’s Rapid Equipping Force is currently funding development of a tiny robot that can do big things.