U.S. Army Recruiting Station, Frisco

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01/17/2013

As we move into the MLK weekend I hope that everyone can stop to take a moment to reflect on what this weekend is truly about. Think on the passonate views and incredible actions of a man who placed the well being, freedoms and rights of those who would come after him before his own freedoms. I hope that everyone can have a safe and enjoyable weekend and honor a great man in the process.

01/17/2013
Honoring Military Veterans

Honoring Military Veterans

The Enviromental Protection Agency (EPA) is grateful for the more than 1,500 employees whose military service exemplifies selflessness, courage and devotion.

Army Veteran credits Medal of Honor to platoon's valor
01/17/2013
Army Veteran credits Medal of Honor to platoon's valor

Army Veteran credits Medal of Honor to platoon's valor

A North Dakota Veteran set to receive the Medal of Honor for courageous action during a 13-hour firefight in Afghanistan said that doctors got most of the shrapnel out of him and his injuries "were nothing" compared to those suffered by some of his fellow Soldiers.

12/18/2012
U.S. Army

U.S. Army

“If I have got to be a Soldier, I must be a good one, anything else is unthinkable.”
― Wilfred Owen

12/11/2012
How to: Shine Shoes

How to: Shine Shoes

A Tomb Sentinel shows us how to shine shoes to the standard of perfection.

11/30/2012
Tomb Reunion

Tomb Reunion

Sentinels from across the Nation returned to the Tomb last weekend to share in the honor, values and traditions of what it means to guard the Unknowns.

Paralyzed professor to wounded warriors: Education is key
11/30/2012
Paralyzed professor to wounded warriors: Education is key

Paralyzed professor to wounded warriors: Education is key

With an education and a career, wounded veterans can begin to create an identity beyond their injury while maintaining a steady income and higher quality of life.

11/15/2012
Army Sniper Sgt. Dakota Walker

Army Sniper Sgt. Dakota Walker

Army Sgt. Dakota Walker talks about his duties fulfilling his dream as a sniper.

James Cooksey shares what it was like to see his son in uniform for the first time, "I was proud of him. Proud of the ca...
10/31/2012
I'm Proud Of My Son's Career Path: James Cooksey

James Cooksey shares what it was like to see his son in uniform for the first time, "I was proud of him. Proud of the career decision that he has made and I support him one hundred percent."

From basic training to deployment, we want to hear about your Army experiences. Not a Soldier? We want to hear from you too. Tell us about the Soldiers you support!

Check it off the bucket list!!: Kendall Mower
10/31/2012
Check it off the bucket list!!: Kendall Mower

Check it off the bucket list!!: Kendall Mower

A few years ago I had set a goal to run a marathon. I had a deployment get in the way of doing it back then, but this Spring I began to train. I participated in the Baltimore Running...

Internment / Resettlement Specialist (31E)
10/31/2012
Internment / Resettlement Specialist (31E)

Internment / Resettlement Specialist (31E)

An Army Internment/Resettlement Specialist, who is responsible for managing daily operations in correctional/detention facilities. Learn more at goarmy.com.

09/21/2012
Inspired by son, 64-year-old heads to Afghanistan

Inspired by son, 64-year-old heads to Afghanistan

Video on msnbc.com: When orthopedic surgeon Dr. Lawrence Bone heard the Army had a great need for surgeons, he made the decision to put himself in harm’s way to help men like his son, who was injured in Iraq. NBC’s Rehema Ellis reports.

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7500 Preston Rd
Frisco, TX
75034

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Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 15:00

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