A civilian goes beyond the call of duty
It's almost that time of year when people really start to get into the holiday spirit of giving. But at the Rock Island Arsenal, being generous doesn't have a timeline.
This fall, the U.S.O. is celebrating three years being on the Rock Island Arsenal. And U.S.S staff and volunteers tell us the organization, has been a huge success since then.
When a soldier dies on active duty, the loved ones they leave behind are called Gold Star families. Here in the Quad Cities, Gold Star families are well taken care of by a program at the Rock Island Arsenal.
The Arsenal is known for many things: bravery, heroes, and history. But, for Kate Holsen, it's the "Sound of Music"
Find out about the workers in the mailroom.
Colonel Davenport was the first white permanent settler in the area. He built this house because he wanted a showplace for eastern investors.
The arsenal isn't just known for military and guns, it's also known for medicine.
Wounded or maimed. For a century the military ambulance has carried our nation's heroes from the danger of the battle field.
SSG Kevin Alan Hopson is no stranger to competition. After competing in the lower levels of the best warrior competition for several years, in October, he will compete in the Army-wide event