By Judith Woodward
U.S. Army Public Health Command

Depression is one of the most common medical conditions. It can affect anyone at any time. This year, the Army is joining organizations and communities across the nation to raise awareness about the dangers of depression. The Army’s theme, “The Courage to Seek Help,” emphasizes that depression is one of the most treatable behavioral health conditions. Getting an early diagnosis and treatment may help reduce the intensity and duration of depression symptoms.Read More

U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Europe and Africa Public Affairs Office

A rifle detail from Marine Corps Forces Europe and Marine Corps Forces Africa fire three volleys during the Oct. 23 memorial service at the Panzer Chapel. The Oct. 23, 1983, bombing in Beirut killed 241 U.S. service members and 58 French paratroopers. Read More

USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office

In between tunes by Genesis and Soundgarden, Staff Sgt. Lucas Hoskins, the morning disc jockey for AFN Stuttgart, re-enlists for six years while on the air Oct. 9 in front of Command Sgt. Maj. Bernard Smalls, the USAG Stuttgart senior enlisted advisor, and colleague, Sgt. Dan Maffett.
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