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  • Finance School gets new commandant

    Aug 13, 2009

    Col. Milton Sawyers, right, salutes during a Change of Commandant ceremony Tuesday. Sawyers takes over for Col. Troy Clay, far left, as commandant of the U.S. Army Financial Management School. Col. Mark McAlister, Soldier Support Institute commander, is also pictured.

  • CRYSTAL CLEAR: Society's ills give mom the blues

    Aug 13, 2009

    For the past several weeks, I've been in a funk that I've been unable to shake. Though my blues haven't been of the crying-all-time magnitude, the slightest thing is enough to bring me down.

  • Citizenship services available on post

    Aug 13, 2009

    Ten Fort Jackson Soldiers are closer to becoming citizens after going through their immigration interviews last week. For the first time, an officer from the Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Charleston conducted interviews at Fort Jackson. The interviews are part of a collaborative effort between CIS and the Army to make it easier for Soldiers and their families to receive services.

  • Army addresses fitness from all angles

    Aug 13, 2009

    Two weeks ago, we received a visit from the Army's chief of staff, Gen. George Casey, who was here not only to observe some of the great things that we are doing on Fort Jackson, but also to talk about a new Army program aimed at building resiliency in our Soldiers.

  • Military Long Drive: Heidelberg Soldier wins regional competition

    Aug 13, 2009

    Staff Sgt. Tafuna Oney, U.S. Army Garrison Heidelberg operations, qualified for the finals of the 2009 Military Long Drive Championship to be held in Mesquite, Nev., later this year by winning the regional event for Europe at the Heidelberg Golf Club Saturday.

  • National Night Out unifies community

    Aug 13, 2009

    Twelve different agencies, whose jobs are to protect the Soldiers, civilians and family members in the garrison communities, came together in Heidelberg Aug. 4 to celebrate National Night Out.

  • Ultimate Slooze Show: Florida team brings whacky games to area youth

    Aug 13, 2009

    Green spots recently appeared on several children in the Heidelberg area prompting smiles and cheers from onlookers. The spots were slooze, a mixture of edible ingredients, which a 22-member team from First Baptist Church of Altamonte Springs, Fla., flung onto the children during a series of games they call the Slooze Show.

  • Unique summer job is for the birds

    Aug 13, 2009

    While some students may pass their time this summer staying cool indoors, two summer hires with the U.S. Army Garrison-Yongsan Environmental Division Office have been outside since early June collecting data on birds living in the garrison.

  • Yongsan Safari: Ring-necked pheasants

    Aug 13, 2009

    YONGSAN GARRISON, Republic of Korea - If you have taken an early morning stroll around Garrison Yongsan's housing areas, you may have come across one of its more exotic feathered friends: the ring-necked pheasant.

  • Eighth U.S. Army announces civilian uniform policy

    Aug 13, 2009

    Eighth U.S. Army announced the civilian uniform policy for an upcoming training exercise. All emergency essential civilians and mission essential civilians are authorized to wear the Army Combat Uniform throughout the Ulchi Freedom Guardian Combined Arms Exercise.

  • Garrison explores new communication tools

    Aug 13, 2009

    The Yongsan community is leveraging social media networks to share information in new ways. The U.S. Army Garrison-Yongsan Facebook page and Twitter service are finding new followers and fans every day.

  • Customers driving move to new Vehicle Processing Center

    Aug 13, 2009

    YONGSAN GARRISON, Republic of Korea - It used to be a long, complicated procedure fraught with inconveniences, but customer service feedback in U.S. Army Garrison-Yongsan is about to change how community members process their vehicles.

  • VFW collects wheelchairs for disabled vets

    Aug 13, 2009

    There are people out there who at one time wrote a blank check to this country who are not doing so well right now. I think it is our responsibility as citizens to do what we can for these people. Some of them have fallen on hard times.

  • Yongsan opens doors to Korean students

    Aug 12, 2009

    YONGSAN GARRISON, Republic of Korea - Ten elementary school students from Keuk Dong University English Camp toured Yongsan Garrison July 31. For most of them, it was their first visit to a military installation.

  • K-State football players tackle virtual battlefield

    Aug 12, 2009

    As part of furthering the bond between the "Black Lions" of the 1st Infantry Division and the "Wildcats" of Kansas State University, players from the K-State football team paid a visit to Fort Riley to get some hands-on virtual training and visit with their partners in the 1st Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team.

  • Couple moves into new E-9 housing unit

    Aug 12, 2009

    Command Sgt. Maj. John McDwyer and his wife MonikAfA! have lived in many different places and in many different homes throughout McDwyer's more than 20-year Army career. They remember their first on-post housing as small and cramped. And they both agree their new house in Fort Riley's Forsyth Neighborhood is a great improvement.

  • It's Back to School Days on Post

    Aug 12, 2009

    This is the first week of school for Redstone youngsters. And this is the first year that the city of Huntsville will provide all of Redstone's school bus transportation. Redstone Arsenal shut down its school bus operation in phases last year, ending with transportation for elementary school children. This is the first year that the city will transport the elementary school youngsters in addition to the high school and middle school kids. "We won't be doing the service. It'll all be done by (contractor) Durham downtown," Carl Pack, motor pool operations supervisor for Northrop Grumman, said. "I don't have any school bus operation anymore. It's all been assigned to the city."

  • Grothe takes over as Fort Eustis garrison commander

    Aug 12, 2009

    Grothe takes over as Fort Eustis garrison commander

  • Suicide -when destructive thoughts turn to actions

    Aug 12, 2009

    It probably started before the birth of her second child, but by the time she started back to work from maternity leave she was in full blown depression-and it only got worse.

  • Soldiers test integration of popular civilian game into pre-deployment training

    Aug 12, 2009

    What began as a popular form of civilian entertainment is being tested on Fort Jackson as a possible new way to train Soldiers preparing to head to a combat zone.

  • A class act: Army Prep School graduates 2,000 in first year

    Aug 12, 2009

    This month marks a year since the Army Preparatory School at Fort Jackson helped its first student-Soldiers earn their General Education Development certificate.

  • Airmen, Soldiers share capabilities at Army's European combat training center

    Aug 12, 2009

    HOHENFELS, Germany - Ground forces, whether in Afghanistan or Iraq, can be reasonably certain any aircraft above them is friendly aircraft. What they can't be certain of is what kind of aircraft is up there, who owns the aircraft, what kind of help the aircraft can offer and, finally, how they can talk to the aircraft about the situation on the ground.

  • Sustainability includes a stable workforce, involved community

    Aug 11, 2009

    In part two of the series, the program manager discusses the vital role community plays in sustaining the armed forces. Community involvement is an indispensable component of the Army system.

  • Dog Days of Summer: Dog owners strut their stuff at premier event

    Aug 11, 2009

    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii - Pet owners and their faithful companions enjoyed an afternoon of sun and fun at the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation's (FMWR) first canine-friendly event, the "Dog Days of Summer," at Sills Field, July 31.

  • 'Muck wars' brings Club Beyond youth group together

    Aug 11, 2009

    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii - More than 100 local teens slid into an evening of fun and fellowship during a Club Beyond event held at Stoneman Field, here, July 29.

  • Rabbi visits post to speak with fellow Jews, form bonds, discuss beliefs, address issues

    Aug 11, 2009

    An ancient Jewish wise man wrote in the Tanakh, the Jewish bible and basis of the Christian Old Testament, in the book of Mishlei (known as Proverbs in the Old Testament) that, "As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another (Mishlei / Proverbs 27:17)." Modern-day Jews gathered to sharpen each other, make connections and help build the Jewish community in the Fort McPherson area July 30.

  • Fort Polk's CYSS opens new development center

    Aug 11, 2009

    Soldiers and their Families can take advantage of the modern, state-of-the art facilities found at Fort Polk's Child, Youth and School Services new Child Development Center, located at 7576 Colorado Ave., bldg 701.

  • Polk kids enjoy last splash before school begins

    Aug 11, 2009

    Fort Polk kids have fun despite the ongoing heat.

  • Poignant reunions

    Aug 11, 2009

    Pictures of Fort Polk's 115th Combat Support Hospital welcome home ceremony.

  • Drive, loyalty winning combination for Adjutant Corps Soldier of the Year

    Aug 11, 2009

    As a human resource specialist, Sgt. Melissa L. Pugh regularly reads award citations to Soldiers standing in formation. This spring, Pugh had finished doing just that when she began making her way back to her platoon. Not so fast. Her battalion commander motioned for her to return. He began talking about how the Adjutant General Corps names a Soldier of the year, and what criteria they look for. Pugh's mind began to wander, unsure where this was heading. But she snapped back into a wonderful reality when the commander announced Pugh was the winner.

  • The best Army invention ever

    Aug 11, 2009

    The Army P-38 can opener has provided to be much more versatile through the years for resourceful Soldiers, from an aid to cleaning weapons to makeshift ornaments for an artificial Christmas tree.

  • BOSS marks 20 years with new logo at conference

    Aug 11, 2009

    Soldiers and Army civilians kicked off the 2009 Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers annual conference Monday with recognition of the organization's 20-year existence, a new logo and a birthday cake.

  • 171st MCC finally home after 15 months in Iraq

    Aug 11, 2009

  • USASMDC/ARSTRAT hosts town hall meeting

    Aug 11, 2009

    U.S. Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command had a Commanding General Town Hall Meeting Aug. 6 at Bob Jones auditorium.

  • Remember, office safety begins with you

    Aug 11, 2009

    It may be easy to sit in your office and reflect on how much safer your job is than that of professionals who work outside of an office. After all, those individuals who work in the manufacturing, maintenance, construction, service and other industries are constantly scaling heights, working with heavy or potentially harmful equipment and maneuvering around other visible safety risks. Yet, according to Rice University in Houston, the disabling injury rate of falls, the most common work-related accident, is 2 to 2.5 percent higher for office workers than for non-office employees.

  • U.S., Pakistani military develop counter-insurgency plans

    Aug 11, 2009

    Senior leaders from the Pakistani and United States Armies met in Atlanta for U.S. Army Central's counterinsurgency seminar recently.

  • Multinational sniper course teaches more than just cover and concealment

    Aug 11, 2009

    GRAFENWOEHR, Germany - An out-of-place rock ... an olive drab rucksack not covered ... the subdued black muzzle of a Win Mag 300.

  • Training keeps the movement of Army equipment in Europe on track

    Aug 11, 2009

    VILSECK, Germany - Soldiers attending the Combined Arms Training Center's Unit Movement Officer Course, held in Vilseck, put their acquired knowledge to use during a practical exercise which evaluated their ability to properly secure and move military equipment for deployments.

  • Training helps Soldiers keep Europe's roads safe from hazardous materials

    Aug 11, 2009

    Thick black smoke billowed from the fire. Water didn't help. It actually fed the inferno. The more water the Soldier sprayed, the higher the flames licked toward the sky. It was a grease fire.

  • Conventional training prepares Soldiers for unconventional contingencies

    Aug 11, 2009

    VILSECK, Germany - According to Michael Dunson, lead instructor for the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Course offered at the 7th Army Joint Multinational Training Command's Combined Arms Training Center in Vilseck, today's Soldier needs to be prepared for chemical weapons on the battlefield, as more and more countries continue to test chemical and biological weapons.

  • Stunt-like driving course helps Soldiers evade terrorism

    Aug 11, 2009

    The backdrop: a quaint German village is nestled snugly on a hillside encircling an ancient Bavarian castle perched atop like some crown jewel of the region.

  • Rock-steady symbol unveiled at Painted Rocks

    Aug 10, 2009

    FORT IRWIN, Calif.Aca,!"Two Blackhorse SoldiersAca,!a,,c weeks of hard work came to fruition at the unveiling of the Year of the NCO Rock at the Painted Rocks at Fort Irwin, Calif., Aug. 7.

  • On the job at Tobyhanna- Electrical Fabrication Support Branch

    Aug 10, 2009

    The Electrical Fabrication Support Branch's 45 employee's support the warfighter by fabricating a multitude of electrical power assets. The shop is in the final stages of a self-initiated Lean process renovation, which will improve efficiency and protect the team from injury. The branch is part of the Systems Integration and Support Directorate's Electronic Services Division. Branch employees fabricate power assets for programs such as AN/TPQ-36 and 37 Firefinder, Satellite Communications, Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System, power distribution illumination system (electrical), and AN/ASM-146, 147, 189 and 190 shelters. Some of the products the team produces include power distribution boxes, generator control boxes, Rack 100s and power cables. The team also travels around the globe to support several missions.

  • Up-armored truck helps workers design, modify CREW brackets

    Aug 10, 2009

    The presence of an up-armored truck on-post helps Tobyhanna engineers fabricate and modify brackets for a counter improvised explosive device system.

  • Garrison Supports Strong Families

    Aug 10, 2009

    U.S. Army Garrison - Miami is promoting strong military families by sponsoring several programs, national and local, to give servicemembers and DoD employees the tools to develop a strong marriage. Joe Walker, garrison family advocacy program manager, arranged for more than 20 military and civilian couples to participate in two separate programs, a Marital and Relationship Conference and "A Weekend to Remember," both at no charge and one with free day care. The weekend conferences were filled with classes, speakers and workshops designed to foster better communications between married and almost-married pairs. The benefit to the military is obvious, Walker said. "When you are talking about marriage counseling you are talking about prevention," he said. "Anything that you can do to ensure the safety and wholeness of a family helps ensure readiness for the mission and helps the families know that we are here for them, the greater military family."

  • Ready, Set, Swing! Jazz Ambassadors to entertain Fort Meade

    Aug 10, 2009

    The Jazz Ambassadors will swing audience members 7 p.m., July 15, at the Fort Meade Pavilion. This year marks the 40th Anniversary of the Jazz Ambassadors and will feature alumni, including the original bndmaster, retired Chief Warrant Officer Charlie Almeida. The concert is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

  • Hinder rocks Fort Benning

    Aug 10, 2009

    Hinder rocks for the Soldiers Saturday night at Wetherby Field.

  • New pre-K program focuses on academics, self-help

    Aug 10, 2009

    A new Army-wide pre-kindergarten program promises to teach children more than classroom rules and good behavior. It's called Strong Beginnings, and has a curriculum that includes science and technology, literature and math.

  • Winds of change sweep through Baumholder

    Aug 10, 2009

    BAUMHOLDER, Germany - Barely one and a half months after it's return from Iraq, the 2nd Brigade Combat team is on the move again. In a combined reflagging and change of command ceremony, the brigade's leadership said goodbye to Baumholder and a new brigade leadership team took over what is now the 170th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Heavy.

  • Wiesbaden youths bring classic story to life

    Aug 10, 2009

    WIESBADEN, Germany -- For many people the story of "Pinocchio" brings back memories. The tale of a young puppet boy awakened by a blue fairy who tells him he can become a real boy if he proves himself "brave, truthful, and unselfish" is a part of many people's childhoods.

  • Wiesbaden students have fun, continue learning during vacation

    Aug 10, 2009

    WIESBADEN, Germany - While many U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden teachers and youths enjoyed time away from school during summer vacation, a group of dedicated instructors and students explored "Mysteries, Science and Math" at Hainerberg Elementary School for four weeks.

  • Garrison pilot program addresses trash talk issues

    Aug 10, 2009

    WIESBADEN, Germany - Recent trash talk by community members has led U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden officials to revamp practices aimed at cleaning up the community's housing areas.

  • AAFES 'deployees': Store workers volunteer to serve wherever service members deploy

    Aug 10, 2009

    WIESBADEN, Germany - Army and Air Force Exchange Service "deployees" know about the sporadic gunfire, the truck convoys, the constant sound of mortar rounds and insurgent attacks that emerge from giant sandstorms.

  • Retiree organizations keep veterans, spouses informed

    Aug 10, 2009

    The woes of health care costs and the feeling that every legislative session brings another threat against veteran and retiree benefits aren't lost on U.S. military retirees living in Europe.

  • USAG Humphreys opens new Education Center

    Aug 9, 2009

    U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys opened its new Education Center Aug. 6 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and a tour of the new facility. The project took about 15 months to complete and cost approximately $1 million to build and $410,750 to design.

  • Corps of Engineers awards contract for new family housing at USAG Humphreys

    Aug 9, 2009

    The Far East District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced last week that it had awarded a $111 million-dollar contract to Daelim Industrial Company, Ltd. of Seoul to build three new family housing towers here.

  • Former drill sergeant takes equal opportunity guidance to heart

    Aug 9, 2009

    Soldiers may face diverse problems while in the Army and sometimes it's not easy for them to solve those problems on their own.

  • 16th MPs welcome back former commander

    Aug 7, 2009

    A former commander of the 16th Military Police Brigade has been recalled from retirement to command the brigade again at Fort Bragg while its headquarters element is deployed to Afghanistan. Col. Mary Maier will serve as the provisional brigade commander as the current Brigade Commander, Col. John F. Garrity, deploys with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 16th MP Bde. in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

  • Fort Bragg's Army Community Service battles child abuse with classes, services

    Aug 7, 2009

    The Army community is a Family. Soldiers help their peers prepare for promotion boards, pass a physical fitness test and survive on the battlefields. Spouses support one another during deployments and deal with the issues that arise as part of military life. Military children play together and befriend one another when they arrive in new houses and new schools every couple of years. While the military Family is a close one, that does not mean the children are safe from the dangers of abuse and neglect. In the U.S., 905,000 children were the victims of abuse and neglect in 2006, according to the Child Welfare Information Gateway, a service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

  • Improvised explosive device training conducted on Fort Bragg

    Aug 7, 2009

    Soldiers who deploy to Iraq and Afghanistan are under the constant threat of having an improvised explosive device being detonated near their location. The IED is the enemy's weapon of choice in that it uses the element of surprise to exact maximum damage to U.S. forces. Now, the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization has implemented a training program that will allow U.S. forces to overcome the threat and continue with the mission of fighting terrorism.

  • Fort Bragg's military ball recognizes, honors Army Noncommissioned Officers' Corps

    Aug 7, 2009

    Fort Bragg Soldiers and their spouses filled the ballroom at the Crown Expo Center July 24 for a formal military ball honoring noncommissioned officers. The Army has designated this year "The Year of the NCO" and the ball was one of many events that have taken place this year to celebrate that mainstay corps. "This event has been beautifully, wonderfully orchestrated," said keynote speaker Lt. Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, commanding general, XVIII Airborne Corps and Fort Bragg.

  • Fort Bragg noncommissioned officers lead the way

    Aug 7, 2009

    As an Army noncommissioned officer, it's common and necessary to build a working relationship with your peers to ensure that business runs smoothly. However, it's seldom that you'll find a duo whose commitment to the unit runs so deep that you seldom see one without the other close by. That's the case for two senior NCOs in the 108th Military Police Company, 16th MP Brigade., where Master Sgts. Ronald Thornton and Charles Neikirk have forged a seamless relationship that ensures the 108th MP Co. operates at its highest level.

  • Softball teams travel to N.C. to compete in softball tournament

    Aug 7, 2009

    More than 30 military and open softball teams converged on an eight-field complex in southeastern Cumberland County to enjoy a weekend of Carolina sunshine, camaraderie and competition for Southern softball supremacy. Teams representing Fort Benning, Ga., Fort Campbell, Ky., Fort Myer, Fort Lee and Fort Belvoir, Va., and Fort Meade, Md. joined teams from Langley Air Force Base (Md.), Shaw Air Force Base (S.C.) and North Carolina-based Pope and Seymour Johnson Air Force Bases and Marines from Camp LeJeune to compete in the 25th Annual Southern Softball Association of America Armed Forces World tournament Saturday and Sunday in Peters Creek, N.C.

  • Community Announces Plan to Send Holiday Packages to Deployed Soldiers and Airmen

    Aug 7, 2009

    In an unpresidented display of support, 15,000 holiday packages will be sent to deployed Soldiers from Fort Bragg and airmen for Pope AFB from residents of Fayetteville, NC.

  • Fort Bragg's 16th MP Bde deploys

    Aug 7, 2009

    Soldier says good-bye to her son as she prepares to deploy.

  • Fort Bragg's 108th Military Police Company train with AT-4s for downrange patrols

    Aug 7, 2009

    The 108th Military Police Company honed their skills with the AT-4 anti-tank rocket launcher during a live fire range exercise at Fort Bragg July 27. "This training helps us downrange by letting the joes know how to utilize the weapon system," said Sgt. 1st Class Fuller Mitchell, a platoon sergeant in 108th MP Co. "It familiarizes them with the weapon so it's not the first time they pick it up when they hit the ground in combat."

  • Fort Bragg Soldiers come home to comfort

    Aug 7, 2009

    It seems like a statement of the obvious. The manner in which Soldiers are received and integrated back into their home station following a deployment is a critical first step in the reset process. It is also essential to rebuilding a unit's combat power. However, operationalizing this statement requires a deliberate and well thought-out plan. The 3rd Battalion, 4th Air Defense Artillery Regiment took a proactive approach to ensure that its Soldiers, redeploying from a 15-month tour in Iraq, came back to a world-class reception in the barracks. Based on experience from previous deployments and redeployments, the 3rd Bn., 4th ADAR battalion command team of Lt. Col. Rob Lyons and Command Sgt. Major Harold Lincoln, had established a vision. They sought to leverage the resources and capabilities of unit leaders, the Family Readiness Support Assistant and Family Readiness Group volunteers, the First Sergeant's Barracks Initiative program and local organizations to provide redeploying Soldiers a welcome home. Not just any welcome but one that was commensurate with the outstanding quality of service to the nation they had rendered during OIF.

  • Fort Bragg Family Keeps the Eagle Scouts in the Family

    Aug 7, 2009

    When Clifton Middleton Jr. became an Eagle Scout in 1972, he could not have known that he was starting a Family tradition. His sons Michael, Jacob and Capt. Timothy Middleton would later join him as Eagle Scouts in 1991, 1998 and 1988 respectively. Clifton, a Vietnam War veteran, was also joined in distinction by his grandson and Timothy's son, Brandon, 18. Of his grandson's induction into the Eagle Scout Family tradition, Clifton said, "I think it's great. He made me very proud. He's done a fantastic job. I never could've imagined that when I earned Eagle Scout, that I'd have a grandson to earn Eagle Scout."

  • Fort Bragg Garrison leadership ensures better barracks for Soldiers

    Aug 7, 2009

    The First Sergeant's Barracks Initiative is the Department of the Army's program that transfers the responsibility of the day-to-day facilities management of the barracks from the assigned units to the garrison staff. The Directorate of Public Works will be the designated entity responsible for barracks maintenance. "An organization such as DPW is designed to manage facilities from a maintenance standpoint, so this is a partnership between DPW and unit leadership to ensure the Soldiers receive and have the highest quality of life in their barracks environment," said Greg Jackson, Housing Division chief for the DPW.

  • Fort Bragg jumpmaster sets standard

    Aug 7, 2009

    The 82nd Airborne Division held its annual Jumpmaster of the Year competition in April. This year's winner was Staff Sgt. Michael B. Mabry, Battery D, 1st Battalion, 321st Airborne Field Artillery Regiment.

  • 82nd Sustainment Brigade field kitchen cooks up excellence

    Aug 7, 2009

    The 82nd Sustainment Brigade's field kitchen was assessed by a board of evaluators sent to Fort Bragg on behalf of Forces Command July 29, to discern whether or not they were eligible to compete for the Phillip A. Connelly award, in the field category at the Department of the Army level.

  • Fort Bragg provides parents, caregivers tips to prevent abuse

    Aug 7, 2009

    Program hels new mothers identify problems with babies and how to care for them

  • Brigade finishes preparations, deploys

    Aug 7, 2009

    Members of the 38th Combat Aviation Brigade deployed to Iraq for one year Aug. 2, but before departing, CAB troops prepared to go downrange by simulating different mission and deployment issues.

  • 200th MP Soldier runner-up at Best Warrior Competition

    Aug 7, 2009

    The question of who is the best warrior loomed over an impressively strong field of 28 of the sharpest warfighters the Army Reserve had to offer during the annual Best Warrior Competition.

  • Military spouses advance with MyCAA

    Aug 7, 2009

  • Obtaining full replacement value on PCS move-damaged property

    Aug 7, 2009

  • More than 500 attend Rock Island Arsenal's third annual Industry Day

    Aug 7, 2009

    It was a perfect 76 degree sunny day when the Rock Island Arsenal when it hosted its third annual Industry Day August 6. The purpose of the event was to provide a forum for networking and visibility to businesses interested in partnering with us and the Army. The event was attended by more than 146 vendors, and 800 visitors from industry leaders and the community.

  • Commentary: Leaders can lead the effort to reduce PT injuries

    Aug 7, 2009

  • Injuries: the modern military epidemic

    Aug 7, 2009

  • MRICD-led effort results in publication of comprehensive textbook

    Aug 7, 2009

  • Purple violas will be blooming Aug. 7

    Aug 7, 2009

  • Army researchers bring off-site planning onto fort

    Aug 7, 2009

    Fort Leonard Wood has attracted the attention of one the country's premier military research groups. Fifteen leading analysts from the RAND Arroyo Center - the U.S. Army's only federally funded research and development center for studies and analysis - came to post, Tuesday. The team reports to the center's policy committee, which is co-chaired by Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Peter Chiarelli and Assistant Secretary of the Army Dean Popps. The analysts came to Fort Leonard Wood to see its mission and develop relationships with leaders on the ground.

  • Commentary: Opening of the Defense Acquisition University

    Aug 7, 2009

  • Army on track to power Fort Irwin with sunshine

    Aug 7, 2009

    Out in California, the Army has chosen a developer to build a 500-megawatt solar power plant that will provide Fort Irwin with "energy security."

  • Forbes ranks West Point as nation's top college

    Aug 7, 2009

    A report released Wednesday by Forbes magazine ranked the U.S. Military Academy as the top college in the country in their America's Best College review.

  • College interns at ARL take home the gold

    Aug 7, 2009

  • APG Unit Ministry Teams celebrate Chaplain Corps anniversary in Arlington

    Aug 7, 2009

  • HHD, 6th Trans. Bn. returns after deployment

    Aug 7, 2009

    HHD, 6th Trans. Bn. returns after deployment

  • Eustis chaplains celebrate 234 years of service with concert

    Aug 7, 2009

    Eustis chaplains celebrate 234 years of service with concert

  • Bikers wheel across country for summer fun

    Aug 7, 2009

  • U.S. government offers citizenship through military service

    Aug 7, 2009

    U.S. government offers citizenship through military service

  • Battle Command Training Center teaching through vehicle gaming

    Aug 7, 2009

  • Bone marrow donors needed to save lives

    Aug 7, 2009

    Bone marrow donors needed to save lives

  • Fort Eustis celebrates Transportation Corps week with workshops, ceremonial review

    Aug 7, 2009

    Fort Eustis celebrates Transportation Corps week with workshops, ceremonial review

  • Army's Chief of Chaplains celebrates with Fort Knox ministry leaders

    Aug 7, 2009

    The occasion of the Chaplains Corps 234th anniversary provided an opportunity to talk with Gen. Carver and Sgt. Maj. Marrero about the roles of chaplains and chaplain assistants in today's Army.

  • IMCOM-Europe postal team hosts first Postal Summit

    Aug 7, 2009

    SCHWETZINGEN, Germany - Postal representatives from various military and civilian agencies have concluded a two-day Postal Summit Conference hosted here by Installation Management Command-Europe at its Center for Workforce Development.

  • Skater gets national record

    Aug 6, 2009

    FORT BENNING, GA - Jimmy Decker, 8, son of Dr. (MAJ) Carl and Amy Decker, is the third best skater in the nation in the Primary boys' skating division. He was one of 15 skaters representing GT Speed, a speedskating team in Columbus, who competed in the 2009 Speed Skating National Championships July 18-25 in Peoria, Ill.

  • Fighters vie for spot in Army championship

    Aug 6, 2009

    Fort Benning, Ga. Aca,!" Fighters took to the mats and battled it out in the Fort Benning Combatives Championship Aug. 1 at the Smith Fitness Center for a chance to advance to the Army Combatives Championship.

  • New security system enhances ACP checks

    Aug 6, 2009

    Fort Benning is staying "up-to-date" with a new security measure at the access control points on the installation, said Jim Webster, physical securities specialist for the Directorate of Emergency Services. Beginning Aug. 17, security guards at the ACPs will use handheld ID card scanners to check the ID of every person entering post.

  • Run raises thousands for scholarship

    Aug 6, 2009

    "Charlie Mike: Complete the mission." Five years ago, Dr. John Henderson used this phrase in ending telephone conversations with his deployed son, PFC John Henderson Jr.

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