Rose L. Thayer

Two service members were found dead last week at Joint Base San Antonio

A soldier and an airman were found dead last week at Joint Base San Antonio, base officials announced Tuesday saying the deaths are unrelated.

'We must do better,' Army secretary says on stopping sexual assaults, announces release of Fort Hood report

The secretary’s comments follow the release of a CBS News investigation this week that found reported sexual assaults have doubled in the military while the number of courts-martial and convictions for the charge have gone down.

Military families can register now for holiday meals from Operation Homefront

Operation Homefront provides lower- and mid-grade ranking military families with all the grocery items necessary for a full holiday meal.

Army testing pilot program that provides housing maintenance history to on-base renters

The Army is now testing a pilot program that requires companies that manage housing on its bases to provide a seven-year maintenance history of a residence before renting it to a military family.

Increased reporting of military sexual assaults has not led to more accountability, CBS News finds

Norah O’Donnell, CBS Evening News anchor and managing editor, and the CBS Investigative Unit interviewed nearly two dozen victims and three whistleblowers who worked for the military sexual assault and harassment prevention program for a four-part series beginning Thursday.

Fort Bliss imposes more coronavirus safety measures, builds mobile hospital as cases continue to rise

Fort Bliss commanders increased safety measures at the base this week to prevent further spread of the coronavirus as the base hospital prepares a 16-bed mobile intensive care unit to treat the growing number of patients within the El Paso community.