Category: Culture

The Delightful and Delicate Art of Claymation

In the early days of motion pictures, filmmakers began experimenting with clay animation as quickly as the new technology developed.


Children in classroom

In the Northern Hemisphere, August and September herald a back-to-school flurry of activities after the summer break.

Hats off to Military Spouses

It’s no surprise that there’s a special day set aside each year to celebrate military spouses.

Stay in Touch, Military Kids

Four schoolchildren arm-in-arm laughing

The reality of being a military child is that you move a lot.

NFL Bod Workout

Sure, some of it may be genetics, but NFL player bodies are made, not born. Just like your own PT, professional football players build on their regimen of hard work, good nutrition and laser focus to be ready for the rigors of the job. When you meet current players during the AFE Pro Blitz Tour… Read more »

How to Wrap a Gift Box

A military bed must be tidy. The sharp edges and tight sheets prove you can focus on details. The same goes for your wrapped gifts. A neatly wrapped gift tells the recipient that you care enough to do it right. Here’s how to achieve gift wrapping perfection. Step one: Gather your tools Sharp scissors –… Read more »

New Watchlist: Movies about the Military Family

From the early days of American history to the more modern tales of camaraderie in service, we highlight four movies that show a military family coming together for their country. Brotherhood, Heroism. Duty. These are only a few of the words that come to mind when we think of the military family. Stationed across the… Read more »