Highlight: Soldier, veteran Olympian ready to go for gold in doubles luge at Winter Olympics

By day, Sgt. Matthew Mortensen is an engineer, both as a civilian and for the New York Army National Guard's 1156th Engineer Company...

Highlight: AFIT Academic Coding Branch provides critical service to total force officers

While academic degrees are generally masked at officer promotion boards, they still play a critical role for certain leadership and technical positions, so keeping official records updated with the most accurate information can be vital...

Highlight:Airmen selected to participate in new cyberspace direct appointment program

The Air Force recently selected the first two candidates for a newly created cyberspace officer direct appointment pilot program, authorized by the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act...

Highlight: Engineers conduct ice bridging, chainsaw operations for emergency preparedness

The Alaska National Guard has fortified its longstanding relationship with its local population by striving to be ready in the event of a disaster requiring response...

Highlight: Dover partners with AFRL to innovate in fuel efficiency

As Air Mobility Commands focuses on the innovations necessary to maintain the Air Force's competitive advantage, Mobility Airmen provided insight to help the Air Force improve C-17 capabilities and save money in the future...

From left to right, Sgt. Matthew Mortensen, 32, an interior electrician, Sgt. Emily Sweeney, 24, a military police officer, and Sgt. Taylor Morris, 26, an Army human resources specialist, will represent the World Class Athlete Program during luge competitions at the Olympics. (Photo Credit: World Class Athlete Program photo)

Highlight: Luge Soldier-Athletes are Ready for the Winter Olympics

SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Racing down a frozen track, flat on your back at speeds up to 87 miles an hour, takes mental and physical preparation. Three Soldier-athletes competing in luge are ready to take on that challenge...

Air Force Col. Debra Lovette (left), 81st Training Wing commander, receives a briefing from Air Force 2nd Lt. Nina Hoskins, 81st Surgical Operations squadron room nurse, on robotics surgery capabilities inside the robotics surgery clinic at Keesler Medical Center, Mississippi. The training program stood up in March 2017 and has trained surgical teams within the Air Force and across the Department of the Defense. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)

Highlight: Air Force Robotic Surgery Training Program Aims at Improving Patient Outcomes

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — As the use of surgical robotics increases, the Air Force Medical Service is training its surgical teams in the latest technology, ensuring patients have access to the most advanced surgical procedures and best possible outcomes...

Sgt. Emily Sweeney has participated in the USA luge program since age 10. She will make her Olympic debut in PyeongChang next month. (Photo Credit: U. S. Army photo by Brett West)

Highlight: Luge Athlete Sgt. Emily Sweeney Perseveres through Heartache, Injury to Compete in 2018 Olympics

LAKE PLACID, New York -- Whether she'd posted a personal-best time, or suffered a collision on the track, Emily Sweeney would flash her trademark smile to fans, media, or anyone who watched her compete...