Helping in the fight against Ebola. More than 100 Maryland Army reservists are heading to West Africa–where more than 5000 people have died from the disease.
Army scientists at Fort Detrick are hailing the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of a tool they helped develop for rapidly diagnosing a disfiguring skin disease caused by sand fly bites in the Middle East.
An Army statistician whose research informed battlefield treatment decisions was quietly forced to resign in January after admitting she did not earn a PhD from the University of Maryland at College Park among other degrees.
The Army says it won’t install high-powered video cameras on two blimp-like surveillance aircraft that will start hovering above suburban Baltimore in December.
The senior commander of Aberdeen Proving Ground says stronger ties between the Army installation and the surrounding community could help avert large job cuts at the research and weapons-testing post near Baltimore.
Neighbors help a quadriplegic Maryland veteran and his wife when their home goes up in flames.
The Fourth of July comes one day early for one of the nation’s wounded warriors. He celebrated the groundbreaking of a brand new smart house in Annapolis.
In May, President Obama announced a plan to get most U.S. combat forces out of Afghanistan by 2015. But support troops are still going in, including a unit with the Maryland National Guard.
The Army Corps of Engineers says completion of the Army’s new flagship biodefense laboratory building at Fort Detrick in Frederick has been pushed back two years to 2017.
Prescribed burns are taking place at Fort A.P. Hill and causing an odor as far away as Maryland.
The Army says it’s investigating the death of a grounds maintenance worker at Aberdeen Proving Ground near Edgewood.
President Barack Obama says the Navy football team not only had to overcome tough opponents to win the Commander-in-Chief trophy this year but a government shutdown as well.