Yellow Ribbons United holds Winter Wonderland for military kids
Yellow Ribbons United, a nonprofit dedicated to strengthening the relationship between civilian and military children, hosted their 9th annual Winter Wonderland extravaganza for military kids and their families. 
Video | Stripes in 7 for Dec. 5, 2022
This episode focuses on the relaxing of hair regulations for Marines, the San Diego neighborhood built on top of Navy fuel pipeline and more.
John Brown and his stand at Harpers Ferry
Many say the first battle of the Civil War was in South Carolina at Fort Sumter in April of 1861. But two years earlier — in what was then Harpers Ferry, Virginia — a rebellion led by anti-slavery abolitionist John Brown, could have quite possibly led to the South’s secession and start of a war.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Dec. 2, 2022
This episode focuses on changes to the Air Force’s basic training, a groundbreaking development in a dispute related to local German authorities trying to tax Americans, and more.
Fast Take: Roe v. Wade overturned, the military and covering controversial stories
In this Fast Take episode of Military Matters, co-hosts Rod Rodriguez and Jack Murphy look at the issues surrounding reproductive health care for female service members following the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Dec. 1, 2022
On this episode, the Army cracks down on personal social media use, energy costs go up in Italy and more.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Nov. 30, 2022
On this episode, Kaiserslautern students raise money for military families and veterans, Marines look to pull water out of the air and more.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Nov. 29, 2022
On this episode, the Marines receive last Cobra helicopter, five WWII era bombers found and more.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Nov. 28, 2022
Stories in this edition focus on a new $128 million pier in Japan, a cost-of-living questionnaire in Hawaii and more.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Nov. 25, 2022
This episode features stories on a campaign that helps service members get home for the holidays, a German town gearing up for a thousand U.S. Army arrivals and more.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Nov. 24, 2022
In this episode, a Navy medical drill on Okinawa, Ramstein to offer commercial aviation mechanics’ certification and more.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Nov. 23, 2022
In this episode, the USS Normandy visits France, the Silent Drill Platoon gets a new commander and more.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Nov. 22, 2022
In this episode, combined command in South Korea completes “historic” move, reward offered for information on Fort Hood soldier killed in hit-and-run accident and more.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Nov. 21, 2022
This edition focuses on the USS Gerald R. Ford’s first deployment, a new exhibit at the National World War II Museum and more.
14 Revolutionary War soldiers are unearthed at battlefield in South Carolina
Over eight weeks starting in September, more than 12 archaeologists from the University of South Carolina and three biological anthropologists with the Richland County Coroner’s Office unearthed the remains of 14 individuals who died in the Battle of Camden, sometimes called Camden Courthouse.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Nov. 18, 2022
This episode features stories on Army deployments to Europe, a major U.S.-Japan joint exercise and more.
Episode 4: The military and reproductive health care
In this episode of Military Matters, host Rod Rodriguez spoke with Stars and Stripes reporter Nancy Montgomery and military spouse and Air Force reservist Bari Wald about the issues service members face when they need abortions.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Nov. 17, 2022
In this episode, the Navy relieves the USS Normandy commander, the Marines expand recruiting and more.
Video | Stripes in 7 for Nov. 16, 2022
In this episode, Army alarmed by soldier suicides, utility rates go up for U.S. troops in Europe and more.