Soldiers assigned to Kosovo recently hosted an education forum with the Women for Women organization.
Students at the Camp Zama Arts and Crafts Center recently had the chance to learn the Japanese art of ikebana, or flower arranging.
For the GREYWOLF Brigade, volunteering is to connect with our Korean allies, pay forward the kindness they have shown us, and continue to build a strong and lasting relationship.
U.S. soldiers brought holiday cheer to children at a Lithuanian orphanage last week, sharing American traditions and customs while trimming the tree.
Japanese and U.S. armed forces gathered for a joint combatives exchange to learn more about each other's strategies, techniques, and culture.
The upcoming Army Bazaar in Germany is a three-day multinational extravaganza that gives vendors, volunteers, and customers alike a chance to experience different cultures within an extraordinary setting.
The Steel Squadron lived like Iraqi soldiers for two weeks to assist Iraqi and Kurdish forces in closing security gaps along a shared boundary line.
July 18 marks Mandela Day, and this year it also marks the centennial of Nelson Mandela’s birth. Every year on this day, people around the world are encouraged to spend 67 minutes taking action in and serving their communities to inspire change.
May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. This article from the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service highlights one National Guardsman's Hmong heritage, and how it shaped his decision to enter the military.
The 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team participated in security force advisor training consisting of language, culture, foreign weapons, and use of a translator.