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  • Everyday Heroes--"Looniversity" kids make blankets to send to Afghanistan

    Apr 10, 2009

    Kids made blankets to send to Afghanistan.

  • Camp Casey and Kolsandong celebrate Arbor Day

    Apr 10, 2009

    CASEY GARRISON - Members of the chain of command from USAG-Casey assisted residents of Kolsandong Village in planting an apricot tree in observance of Arbor Day at Kolsandong Village, April 2. The event was to display the friendship and support from Soldiers and community members on USAG-Casey and to continue to build that relationship with neighboring locals.

  • BOSS distributes care packages for Soldiers sent by corporations in the U.S.

    Apr 10, 2009

    Pfc. Jose Espinoza, 55th Military Police, looks through some of the magazines donated by Better Opportunities for Single and Unaccompanied Soldiers for the Soldiers in Warrior Country at the USAG-RC Community Activities Center, March 27. "The purpose of the event was to give Soldiers basic toiletry items and entertainment items from the companies in the States that make care packages for the Soldiers deployed," said Sgt. James Soto, military liaison. - U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Jamal Walker

  • Director of CHRA visits Red Cloud

    Apr 10, 2009

    Barbara Panther, Director of the Civilian Human Resources Agency, (left) talks to Col. Larry 'Pepper' Jackson, USAG-RC garrison commander, (right) about recruiting environment. She suggests publishing a story about working in Korea, stressing it was key to attracting people in Iraq despite the threat of war. - U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Kim, Tae Hoon

  • NCOs over Civilians in bowling tournament

    Apr 10, 2009

    Richard Davis, USAG-RC deputy commander, leads off the bowling tournament between 20 Noncommissioned Officers and 20 Civilians March 26 at USAG-Red Cloud lanes.

  • Learning cycle safety

    Apr 9, 2009

    Soldiers and Civilian employees from U.S. Army Central (ARCENT) listen as Ronald Taylor, a technician with Harley-Davidson of Clayton County, instructs them on the proper way to conduct on their motorcycles outside the Fort McPherson Post Theater Tuesday. The presentation was part of ARCENT's Motorcycle Safety training in which participants learned about road safety, proper clothing and riding gear and how to conduct PMCS.

  • April set aside as Celebrate Diversity Month

    Apr 9, 2009

    April is Celebrate Diversity Month, and in that spirit I encourage each of you to work to gain a greater appreciation of the diversity of cultures, backgrounds and life experiences of those around you, as well as the many similarities that unite us all as Soldiers, Families and Americans.

  • McPherson, Gillem Spring Fest 2009 provides Easter memories

    Apr 9, 2009

  • Fort Campbell Fire Department beats 14 others, nabs IMCOM title

    Apr 9, 2009

    For the first time, the Fort Campbell Fire Department can call itself the southeast's finest. The fire department beat out 14 other installations in Installation Management Command-Southeast for "Large Fire Department of Year."

  • Fort Campbell RESET program keeps Brigades rolling

    Apr 9, 2009

    Rapid turnaround of large equipment as well as weapons is part of the high level service that earned Fort Campbell equipment RESET a reputation for being among the very best in the Army.

  • 'Strike' NCOs, Soldiers vie for top honors

    Apr 9, 2009

    Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), gathered to vie for top honors as the Strike Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier of the Quarter April 3.

  • Harlem Ambassadors entertain fans, send message of living drug-free

    Apr 9, 2009

  • Florida School Dedicated In Honor of SFC Paul R. Smith

    Apr 9, 2009

    A middle school in Tampa, Fla., is dedicated in honor of Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. 1st Class Paul R. Smith. Smith was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor in 2005 for his actions during the fight to secure the Baghdad International Airport on April 4, 2003. Smith was a member of Company B, 11th Engineer Battalion, 3 ID.

  • American Widow Project: widows helping widows

    Apr 9, 2009

    Taryn Davis was 23 when her husband, Spc. Michael Davis, was killed May 21, 2007 in Iraq. Following his death, she traveled the country and heard stories from other young widows. Their experiences led to the development of a non-profit organization, a documentary film, a Web site and a sisterhood.

  • Fort Hood Recycling Center not a trashy enterprise; thousands of dollars returned

    Apr 9, 2009

    For many, an empty plastic bottle, beverage can or used cardboard is simply discarded as trash. Not so for the Soldiers of 289th Quartermaster Company - or for those who work at Fort Hood's Recycling Center. For them, garbage is money. The quartermasters were recently named the winners of the Commanding General's Recycling Challenge, sponsored by the center. The unit won by collecting cardboard. The unit that collects the most paper April-June will win the next cash award. Units can compete to win up to $1,500 per quarter for collecting and delivering materials directly to the center - materials that most people hardly give a second thought to after they toss it into a waste bin.

  • Wounded Warrior care attracts high visibility

    Apr 9, 2009

    Wounded warrior care attracts high visibility from top military leaders tasked to evaluate the current state of medical care.

  • New senator pays visit to Fort Drum

    Apr 9, 2009

  • Wounded Warrior finds exceptional medical care

    Apr 9, 2009

    Wounded warrior finds exceptional medical care when he says he expected much worse.

  • Soldier donates life saving kidney

    Apr 9, 2009

    A Fort Gordon Soldier is scheduled to donate a kidney to a fellow Soldier at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

  • Boo Weekley visits Soldiers before Masters Tournament

    Apr 9, 2009

    Boo Weekley visits with service members before the Masters Golf Tournament and offers a clinic.

  • Belvoir volunteers clean up shoreline

    Apr 9, 2009

    In an effort to have the Potomac River trash- free by 2013, volunA,A!teers from throughout the Fort Belvoir community participated in the 21st annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup Saturday morning.

  • Belvoir rings in Month of the Military Child

    Apr 9, 2009

    Not only is April the Month of the Military Child, it's also Child Abuse Prevention Month - two designations every military installation makes note of this time of year.

  • USO honors West Point NCO

    Apr 9, 2009

    Photo and caption of West Point NCO who received the USO 2009 Military Leadership Award

  • Summer internships teach cadets about culture

    Apr 9, 2009

    Story and photos about conflict and human security studeis program run by Dept. of Social Sciences at West Point for West Point and ROTC cadets

  • TRADOC commander visits Fort Sill

    Apr 9, 2009

    Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, commanding general of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, talks with lieutenants in the Basic Officer Leader Course II April 8, at the Thompson Hill range at Fort Sill, Okla. Dempsey visited the fort April 8-9 for an orientation to its missions. He has been the TRADOC commander at Fort Monroe, Va., since December 2008.

  • NCO Induction

    Apr 9, 2009

    There was an Noncommissioned Officer Induction Ceremony March 20 on Fort Eustis.

  • Historic transportation company cases colors

    Apr 9, 2009

    The 956th Transportation Company cased its colors for the last time April 2. During a small but stirring ceremony here, Lt. Col. Randy Haufe, commander of the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command's (SDDC) 841st Transportation Battalion, paid tribute to the 956th Transportation Company's outstanding history of service.

  • TBOLC students on board Red Ball Express exercise

    Apr 9, 2009

    The exercise is a field examination for the U.S. Army Transportation Basic Officer Leadership Course.

  • Eustis, Story service members, families get preview of special Sesame Street show

    Apr 9, 2009

    Service members and family members treated to special preview of Sesame Street production.

  • MAPP supports service members with car buying

    Apr 9, 2009

    MAPP supports service members with car buying

  • Teams of Sky Soldiers fill Schweinfurt training area

    Apr 9, 2009

    SCHWEINFURT, Germany -- Following the sound of the pain-filled moaning coming from 100 yards behind the wood line, the four-man team burst through a patch of brush and arrived at their casualty. A Soldier on her back, blood-soaked pants, plead for their help.

  • Injury no match for Soldier's tenacity

    Apr 9, 2009

    For Soldiers in Basic Combat Training, 10 weeks may seem like a long time. For one Soldier, the road to graduation took more than a year. Pvt. Nancy Miqueo, who will graduate tomorrow with Company D, 2nd Battalion, 39th Infantry Regiment, first came to Fort Jackson for BCT in March 2008. Only three days into training, she broke her leg and was sent to the Physical Training and Rehabilitation Program.

  • Taking Aim: Army Goal - Erase Sexual Assault

    Apr 9, 2009

    Top Army leaders have launched the second phase of their attack to wipe out sexual assault. Last year, there were 1,584 reported sexual assaults Army wide. That is a 4 percent increase from the previous year. On Monday, Secretary of the Army Pete Geren addressed the "I. A.M. Strong" (the Army's campaign to combat sexual assaults) Sexual Harassment/Sexual Assault Prevention Summit in Arlington, Va. He told the audience that the goal is to erase sexual assault and sexual harassment from the Army.

  • Early return of dependents Aca,!" a last resort

    Apr 9, 2009

    BAMBERG, Germany Aca,!" Although some people may believe that Early Return of Dependents action is a way for the military to deal with troubling family matters, this is not entirely true.

  • Community relations event takes German mayors to new heights

    Apr 9, 2009

    HOHENFELS, Germany -- Mayors from the communities around U.S. Army Garrison Hohenfels got the chance to see their towns from a very different perspective March 31 when Joint Multinational Readiness Center Falcon team pilots took them on a helicopter tour of the Hohenfels training area and surrounding towns.

  • DoD, ACS send 'SOS' to Families

    Apr 9, 2009

    Fort Hood Families who have lost a Soldier now have a new Army program to assist them...and it comes with a face. Survivor Outreach Services is working to put a face with the information and support Families seek after the death of a Soldier.

  • Officials break ground on new Defense Media Activity headquarters

    Apr 8, 2009

    Federal, state and county officials, along with business and military personnel, broke ground April 8 on the Defense Media Activity's new headquarters and production building on Fort Meade, Md.

  • Fort Carson new home to Apaches

    Apr 8, 2009

    Twelve of the 24 AH-64 Apache attack helicopters from the 1st Battalion, 2nd Aviation Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division arrive at Fort Carson as part of that unit's realignment.

  • Year of the NCO: MEDDAC Fort Meade holds change of responsibility ceremony

    Apr 8, 2009

    Incoming U.S. Army Medical Department Activity, Fort Meade Senior NCO Sgt. Major Michael L. Brooks recieves the sword from MEDDAC Fort Meade Commander Col. Christopher Castle during a change of responsibility ceremony held April 2 at Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center. Outgoing Senior NCO Master Sgt. Michael D. Stockdell looks on.

  • Drill Sergeants debunk myths

    Apr 8, 2009

    For years Hollywood has presented Army drill sergeants as gruff, in-your-face, yelling, and spitting Mad Max machines. And perhaps once-upon-a-time its stories portrayed an image that was partly deserved.

  • 742nd Soldiers return from Iraq

    Apr 8, 2009

    742nd Military Intelligence Brigade Soldiers are welcomed home from Iraq during a ceremony held Friday on Fort Meade.

  • The end of an era: Hohenfels trains last Huey pilots

    Apr 8, 2009

    HOHENFELS, Germany -- Four Army aviators training at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, this March marked the beginning of the end for an aircraft that has been one of the most recognizable faces of Army aviation for half a century.

  • Hohenfels clinic provides increased behavioral health care for mTBI Soldiers, all patients

    Apr 8, 2009

    HOHENFELS, Germany -- Last month as the Army worked to increase knowledge about mental health issues and mild traumatic brain injury during Brain Injury Awareness Month, the U.S. Army Garrison Hohenfels health clinic followed suit by increasing mental health services available to Soldiers and other TRICARE beneficiaries.

  • Former CID agent urges a 'declaration of war' on sexual assault

    Apr 8, 2009

    KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany - Russell Strand, chief of the U.S. Army Military Police School Family Advocacy Law Enforcement Training Program, didn't mince his words during his sexual assault awareness training April 2 at the Woodlawn Golf Course on Ramstein Air Base.

  • SORT: Getting the new generation on board for recycling

    Apr 8, 2009

    ANSBACH, Germany -- Simple sorting means simple savings.

  • Humphreys Earth Day activities not limited to one day

    Apr 8, 2009

    Throughout the month of April, several events will take place at Humphreys Garrison to promote environmental awareness, and showcase ways for community members to be better stewards of our natural resources.

  • 'You have to do everything honorably, to the best of your ability - with no regrets'

    Apr 8, 2009

    Everybody has someone in their life that pushed them in some way to get to where they are today. Staff Sgt. William J. Schaffhauser, the schools supervisor with 35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, had an early career mentor named Staff Sgt. Andre Frazier.

  • Transportation Soldiers compete to be named NCO of the Year

    Apr 8, 2009

    LIVORNO, Italy - Being a good leader requires a great deal of strength, determination and patience, which was evident as two very determined Soldiers set out to prove they were worthy of being called the 598th Transportation Group Noncommissioned Officer of the Year for 2009.

  • Workforce survey gives command passing grade

    Apr 7, 2009

    RED CLOUD GARRISON - A survey of U.S. Army Garrison Red Cloud's workforce indicates the command is successful in most areas regarding employee and customer satisfaction, with one exception - complaint feedback. Forty six percent of respondents to a combined workforce command climate survey conducted in late March said they did not receive a response when they complained about poor service.

  • Red Cloud CAC holds nine-ball tournament

    Apr 7, 2009

    RED CLOUD GARRSION - Soldiers and Civilians came to Warrior Country for the Installation Management Command-Korea Nine-Ball Tournament held at the USAG-RC Community Activities Center, March 28-29. Areas I-IV held separate tournaments in their local areas to determine who would represent them in the IMCOM-K tournament.

  • Sang Mu over Warriors 105-89 in friendship b-ball

    Apr 7, 2009

    CASEY GARRISON - Republic of Korea army's Sang Mu professional basketball team toyed with Casey's Warriors ad hoc basketball team and stayed between 10 and 20 points ahead throughout the ROK/U.S. Friendship Basketball game held in Carey Fitness Center on USAG-Casey the evening of March 26.

  • LSS sponsors trained on Red Cloud

    Apr 7, 2009

    RED CLOUD GARRISON - Lean Six Sigma project sponsors and green belts received training by Black Belt Todd Knowlton, contractor, Installation Management Command-Korea March 27 in the USAG-RC conference room to learn how to identify, define, categorize and execute projects.

  • HAS students spearhead donation drive for Iraqi children

    Apr 7, 2009

    Community service effort led by Humphreys American School students in South Korea result in more than 800 Iraqi school children from Tariq Benziat Elementary school in the Huriya section of Baghdad receiving hundreds of pounds of Humanitarian Aid there, March 19. HAS student council members spearheaded a donation drive during February after hearing about efforts of American Soldiers at Camp Liberty, Iraq to collect HA items to help the children of Iraq.

  • Fort Drum Cultural Resources Team Takes the Long Way to Excellence

    Apr 7, 2009

    Fort Drum's team of cultural resource professionals has more than 75 years of combined experience working in the military cultural resources setting, and more than 60 years of combined experience at Fort Drum specifically. The CRM team is responsible for more than 240 prehistoric and 700 historic archaeological sites and six historic and archaeological districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places. During the past 15 years, the Fort Drum archaeology field team has performed more than 100,000 shovel tests, surveyed more than 40,000 acres of military land and discovered more than 200 Native American ancestral places, preserving many of them.

  • First Swing program inspires wounded warriors to retain active lifestyle

    Apr 7, 2009

    Six summers ago, Sgt. Roy Mitchell was a 2-handicap golfer who earned a tryout for the All-Army Golf Team. Now he's a disabled golfer with an 8 handicap, striving to regain his form on a prosthetic leg and tinkering with a specialized golf cart.

  • 'Reach Out and Read' now reaches military families

    Apr 7, 2009

    Through Reach Out and Read's Military Initiative, doctors and nurses at 20 military hospitals, including one in Germany, will soon receive training on how to promote early literacy for children, and free books to be handed out to parents with young children - ages six months through five years - when visiting well-baby or well-child clinics.

  • Boy Scout brings new life to fallen pilot's memorial site

    Apr 7, 2009

    STUTTGART, Germany - Sixty years ago, an Air Force pilot lost his life in an aircraft crash near the town of Heroldishausen while flying a C-54 Skymaster during the Berlin Airlift. Fifty years later, the residents of the town erected a stone memorial at the accident site to honor the pilot, 1st Lt. Royce Stephens.

  • First coed class West Point grad speaks at Women's History event

    Apr 7, 2009

    STUTTGART, Germany - Susan Kellet-Forsyth arrived at the U.S. Military Academy wearing a red jumpsuit and platform shoes. It was 1976, and she was one of the first 119 female cadets to enter West Point after Congress authorized the admission of women to the federal service academies in 1975.

  • IMCOM-Europe's senior NCO says sexual assault, harassment betrays bonds of trust

    Apr 7, 2009

    STUTTGART, Germany - While U.S. troops battle al-Qaida and Taliban forces, the Army is waging war against another enemy - the problem of sexual assault. While sexual assault and harassment prevention has been an Army focus for years, the Army's I.A.M. Strong campaign is a major change in strategy.

  • Driver ed class puts students 'behind the wheel'

    Apr 7, 2009

    Twenty-one Stuttgart teens are a step closer to getting stateside driverAca,!a,,cs licenses. The teens received their Department of Defense Dependent Schools driver education certificates March 25 after completing a driver education theory course. DoDDS and the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Child, Youth and School Services SKIES program partnered to provide the training.

  • Ansbach celebrates Month of the Military Child

    Apr 7, 2009

    ANSBACH, Germany -- The Department of Defense is recognizing its youngest heroes.

  • Operation Saber Charge puts 'Airborne Cav' leaders to the test

    Apr 7, 2009

    SCHWEINFURT, Germany - The 1st Squadron, 91st Cavalry Regiment (Airborne) wrapped up a 10-day training exercise March 31, called "Operation Saber Charge," that offered platoon leaders and their Soldiers the opportunity to train on a wide variety of tasks.

  • Army couple flies high to re-enlist

    Apr 7, 2009

    PAN MUN JOM - Spc. Ronald Gray of the United Nations Command Security Battalion-Joint Security Area, re-enlisted for his second tour during a routine evacuation exercise flying over the demilitarized zone in a CH-47 Chinook helicopter March 27. Gray's wife Theresa participated in the exercise, dressed in her advanced combat uniform, and boarded the helicopter with her husband to support him in his re-enlistment.

  • Fort Riley leaders give construction overview at the military affairs council breakfast

    Apr 6, 2009

    Fort Riley leaders along with members of the military affairs council met during breakfast March 26 to discuss Fort Riley moderization and improvements.

  • Fort Riley mom attends conference in support of improved child care

    Apr 6, 2009

    Fort Riley Soldier/mom attends conference to highlight need for improved child care for military families.

  • Fort Riley Soldier wins thousands from drink cup

    Apr 6, 2009

    A Fort Riley Soldier cashed in on his prize of $6,000 he won for peeling off a sticker on a Burger King food container.

  • Culinary team cooks up awards at Army competition

    Apr 6, 2009

    Soldiers from Fort Riley competed and the Army culinary arts competition.

  • Fort Riley Soldiers dominate Bataan memorial march

    Apr 6, 2009

    Fort Riley Soldiers participated in the annual Bataan death march

  • Department of Public Works chief of business operations wins IMCOM Business Management Exec of Year

    Apr 6, 2009

    Fort Riley employee receives IMCOM award.

  • Warriors sign wall of fame, 'graduate' from Warrior Transition Clinic

    Apr 6, 2009

    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii - As patients walk into the Warrior Transition Clinic (WTC), health care posters, numerous handouts and fire escape plans hang on the wall - all information patients would expect in a health clinic. However, something unusual sticks out.

  • Soldiers and veterans share combat experiences, healing over coffee

    Apr 6, 2009

    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii - Soldiers, generations apart, discussed the realities of combat during "Java with Joe," at the Tropics, here, April 1.

  • OANRP restores Makua Valley, protects endangered species

    Apr 6, 2009

    MAKUA VALLEY, Hawaii - The rough crunching sounds of spiked hiking shoes mixed with morning bird calls, as a crew of field technicians from the Oahu Army Natural Resource Program (OANRP) made their way into the native forest at the back of Makua Valley, recently.

  • Momentum increases for going green

    Apr 6, 2009

    Cars pass James Jefferson as he putts along at 20 mph down the East Range's Higgins Road, but he doesn't mind.

  • Family member wins international environmental art contest

    Apr 6, 2009

    HONOLULU - The color blue often equates to the ocean. Different shades of this simple color can stimulate thoughts of different times of the day. Aqua blue appears as the morning sun reflects off the water; then pale blue emerges as the sun slips beyond the horizon, while midnight blue settles within the depth of the underwater world.

  • Men, women learn sexual assault prevention

    Apr 6, 2009

    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii - You enter the barracks, you see a couple stumbling down the hallway. Their hands are all over each other in a clearly sexual way. A few minutes later, you hear a struggle, then loud voices and yelling coming from the room they entered. What would you do'

  • Polk engineers test skills, strength during Sapper Stakes

    Apr 6, 2009

    Fort Polk's 814th Multi-Role Bridge Company, 46th Engineer Battalion, 1st Maneuver Enhancement Brigade, conducted Sapper Stakes training March 24-26 at locations including Castor Training Area and Honor Field.

  • Polk Soldiers earn EIB

    Apr 6, 2009

    Imagine the most difficult final or the most nerve-wracking test you took in school. Soldiers of the 1st Battalion (Airborne), 509th Infantry Regiment, experienced an assessment of the same intensity during the Expert Infantryman Badge test March 16-24.

  • JRTC Ops Group trains on long-range surveillance system

    Apr 6, 2009

    Night vision systems, laser-guided munitions, mobility and firepower have converged in the 21st century to allow U.S. forces to "own" the battlefield both day and night. The Long-Range Advance Scout Surveillance System, now in its second generation, has been fielded with units across the Army. Joint Readiness Training Center's Operations Group conducted training on the system March 16-18.

  • Fort Polk OPFOR Soldiers seek Best Ranger title

    Apr 6, 2009

    If you happen to see a quintet of Soldiers from the 1st Battalion (Airborne), 509th Infantry Regiment, hiking the back roads of Fort Polk with a rucksack or making repeated rounds through the obstacle course on Georgia Avenue, don't think the men are gluttons for punishment. They are simply getting their bodies ready for one of the most grueling tests the Army offers: the Best Ranger competition. Capt. Dan Talmadge, 1st Lt. Travis Stupes, Sgt. Andres Lazo, Sgt. Preston Moudy and Sgt. Alan Leggitt have set their sights high - they hope to bring the title of "Best Ranger" to Fort Polk.

  • Commentary: What does sexual assault cost'

    Apr 6, 2009

    Most rape victims are too embarrassed to report their assault to the proper agencies because they know their perpetrator and are worried about repercussions.

  • Watervliet Arsenal makes being a tanker cool

    Apr 6, 2009

    Think of the Soldiers who must button-up in a heavily reinforced armored vehicle in such places as Iraq and Kuwait without air conditioning. In this extreme heat environment, they must remain cool, at least in an emotional sense, because the battlefield information they must quickly decipher and the split decisions they must make require Soldiers and leaders to remain calm and collected regardless of the harsh operating environment. This is where the U.S. Army Watervliet Arsenal comes in to make our troops cooler.

  • On the job at Tobyhanna- Shipping and Packaging Branch

    Apr 6, 2009

    The Shipping and Packaging Branch's 14 employees pack, ship and store communications security equipment, supporting mission requirements worldwide. Employees provide direct logistical support to the Communications Security Division's left-behind equipment and Reset missions. The branch also provides shipping and packaging support to the Communications Electronics Evaluation Repair Team mission. Employees have packaged and stored 4,511 pieces of left-behind equipment since January. Officials expect Reset shipments to double last year's numbers of 3,200 packages containing 28,000 pieces of COMSEC equipment shipped worldwide. From March 16-27, a record 80,741 pieces of Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio Systems and night vision equipment was sent to support new and ongoing missions.

  • Interrogator technicians beat overhaul deadline

    Apr 6, 2009

    Technicians overhauled as many Patriot Missile System Interrogators in four months as they normally do in a year to meet warfighter needs.

  • New FSRs learn job skills at depot academy

    Apr 6, 2009

    New field service representatives stationed around the globe learn the complexities of their job during an 18-week, in-residence training course taught at Tobyhanna.

  • NEPA officials visit Tobyhanna

    Apr 6, 2009

    Tobyhanna Army Depot is the largest full-service Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance maintenance and logistics support facility in the Department of Defense.

  • Justice: Refocus requires improved support

    Apr 6, 2009

    The Army's change in focus will drive changes in communications - electronics support and systems integration.

  • West Point NCOs Volunteer Counseling Skills to Cadets

    Apr 6, 2009

    Story and photo of NCOs helping with an academic counseling class for West Point cadets

  • Schweinfurt kicks off the Month of the Military Child

    Apr 6, 2009

    SCHWEINFURT, Germany -- From left, Mathew Guerrero, Trent Walters, and Keevon Bowe blow bubbles as the U.S. Army Garrison Schweinfurt Child Development Center in Germany kicked off the Month of the Military Child April 2. The bubble launch is one of many activities planned throughout the USAG Schweinfurt community during April to ensure the selfless youth of the community are recognized.

  • European employees devote decades of dedication to U.S. Army

    Apr 6, 2009

    CHIAfE+VRES, Belgium - They are literally the foundation of the Benelux. They are among those responsible for the construction of its buildings, the management of budgets and the health and wellbeing of its people. Host Nation employees from Belgium and the Netherlands have given decades to the U.S. organization, but for many, retirement is on the horizon.

  • Counterintelligence unit beefs up training for Afghanistan deployment

    Apr 6, 2009

    CHIAfE+VRES, Belgium - The new Alliance Home Station Training Area in Belgium makes it possible for counterintelligence task forces from the 650th Military Intelligence Group/Allied Command Counterintelligence to exercise their mission readiness before going downrange.

  • Fourth Big Sur Mud Run ends with a splash

    Apr 3, 2009

    The 4th annual Big Sur Mud Run had record participants ready to challenge the 5-mile, mud-strewn course Mar. 28. Around 1,500 registered for the Presidio of Monterey-Garrison And California State University of Monterey Bay race. Civilians and military members tested their mettle against the mud and "drill sergeants" who motivated the runners through the course.

  • Monroe conducts suicide prevention training

    Apr 3, 2009

    The TRADOC Command Surgeon discusses suicide prevention with a workforce audience at Fort Monroe, Va.

  • Headquarters TRADOC organizes special celebration for NCOs

    Apr 3, 2009

    A platoon of Soldiers at Fort Monroe, Va., runs along the installation seawall during the opening event of NCO Day April 3

  • Headquarters TRADOC organizes special celebration for NCOs

    Apr 3, 2009

    The Army's Year of the NCO tribute was recognized April 3 at Fort Monroe, Va.

  • Monroe parade kicks off Month of the Military Child celebration

    Apr 3, 2009

    Fort Monroe kicks off its Month of the Mlitary Child celebration with a CDC parade

  • Soldier provides mentorship to youth, meets president during D.C. duty

    Apr 3, 2009

    A Fort Monroe captain was among the 17 military officers who participated in the 47th Annual U.S. Senate Youth Program in Washington, D.C., recently.

  • Fort Sam Houston revives historic structures for BRAC arrivals

    Apr 3, 2009

    Some of the oldest structures in the U.S. Army's inventory are gaining new life and uses under the Base Realignment and Closure construction and renovation program on Fort Sam Houston.

  • New Virginia legislation addresses mobility issues of military kids

    Apr 3, 2009

    Governor Tim Kaine signed legislation March 30 that gives the Virginia Department of Education the go-ahead to invest more time and resources into mobility issues.

  • EXFOR Soldiers test Land Warrior System

    Apr 3, 2009

    The Maneuver Battle Lab completed its limited objective experiment with the Land Warrior System March 20. Soldiers in A Company, 1st Battalion, 29th Infantry Regiment, also known as the Experimentation Force began the experiment March 2. They completed five missions at three different levels: not using the Land Warrior System, using it as only at the squad level and using it at the squad and team level.

  • Infantry Soldiers strive to earn EIB

    Apr 3, 2009

    More than 300 Soldiers gathered Monday hoping to earn their Expert Infantryman Badge. By the end of the day, which included a physical fitness test and day and night land navigation, fewer than 200 were left standing.

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