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The official homepage of the United States Army, www.army.mil is the
website to go to for information such as top army headlines, army blogs,
features stories, videos and more. It is the place to read about army
human interest stories as well as the place to see army slide shows and
learn more about army life. Read about army life around the world, learn
how the United States Army is helping the environment and get to know
the leaders of the U.S. Army.
The News Front Page section of the site includes helpful information such as the article concerning a new Web portal that helps veterans find jobs with civilian companies who are looking for military experience. EmployerPartnership.org is the newest development from the Army Reserve geared to connect veterans, reserve-component members, their families and wounded veterans with employees searching for military skills. The Front Page is also where army personnel can learn about perks such as free admissions to National Parks, read about military ceremonies taking place in other parts of the world and read about different army installations.
The Health section includes articles about suicide prevention, the progress in the army’s fights against post traumatic stress syndrome and personal stories shared by army personnel. Learn how deployment affects army children, see how acupuncture is being used in the U. S. Army for active duty soldiers and find out how physical therapy can help ailments such as back pain, joint pain and tendonitis. Army.mil is also available for those with little reading time or those people who would rather listen than read. Podcasts are available on computers or iPods in many different topics. Listen to podcasts such as Army in Europe, Soldiers Radio News and This Week in Army History. Other topics include Bloggers Roundtable, Desert Vision, Freedom Watch Afghanistan and This Week at the Pentagon. Featured videos are also available in many diverse topics such as studying brains in order to understand TBI and Around the Army episodes.
Science and Technology, a list of publications, United States Army history, Career Management and a page dedicated just for Veterans are still more examples of what www.army.mil has to offer army personnel and their families. This informative site is easy to read, a great place to learn about the United States Army and fun to explore. Join to customize the site or enjoy it as it is; either way there is a lot to get out of the Army’s official homepage.