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  • Finding solutions, setting goals

    Jun 10, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - Cognizant of the need to maintain good stewardship over its lands and waterways for the sake of its human and animal inhabitants, Aberdeen Proving Ground is undertaking aggressive measures to ensure quality and clean water for generations to come.

  • 18 graduate Strong Beginnings program

    Jun 10, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - Clad in bright blue caps and gowns, 18 children in the APG South (Edgewood) Child Development Center were deemed ready for kindergarten during a May 30 Strong Bonds graduation ceremony.

  • APG mentors SMA students, supports capstone projects

    Jun 10, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - A graduating class of 52 students from Aberdeen High School's Science and Mathematics Academy displayed and presented their senior capstone projects to peers, mentors and teachers during a gallery walk May 17. The seniors graduate June 5.

  • DLIFLC presents Department of Defense linguist awards

    Jun 10, 2014

    PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, Calif. - The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center announced the winners of the 2013 Command Language Program of the Year and Language Professional of the Year for all four services June 3.

  • Korean American shares experiences during Fort Gordon observance

    Jun 9, 2014

    The 35th Signal Brigade (Theater Tactical) hosted Fort Gordon's command program May 29 in Alexander Hall. "Mr. Eugene Yu is living the American dream," Edmonson said. "His is the life of an immigrant who came to the United States with nothing more than a dream and the promise of opportunity. The Yu family immigrated from South Korea to Augusta over 40 years ago and Eugene has called Georgia home ever since."

  • Soldier pursues dream while serving at Fort Gordon

    Jun 9, 2014

    Sergeant Darius Riggins works as a systems support specialist and writer/instructor during the day. At night, and occasionally well into the morning, he writes and performs music. Raised in Augusta, Georgia, Riggins, with 15th Regimental Signal Brigade, started his musical aspirations as a young child singing in his church choir. Soon after enlisting in the U.S. Army, Riggins moved to Korea in 2006. While stationed there, he met a musician who had a music recording studio, and he learned about the process of making music.

  • New state rule opens doors for Virginia military spouse attorneys

    Jun 9, 2014

    The Virginia Supreme Court has adopted a rule easing licensing requirements for attorneys who move to the Commonwealth and the National Capital Region with spouses in the military.

  • Lady General hoopster makes Armed Forces basketball team

    Jun 9, 2014

    A member of the Fort Myer Lady Generals varsity basketball team is heading overseas after being selected to the 2014 Armed Forces Women's Basketball Team.

  • Two-wheeling down the road safely: Headquarters Command Battalion holds motorcycle safety ride

    Jun 9, 2014

    Fifteen motorcycles simultaneously roared to life June 4 in the Headquarters Command Battalion parking lot on the Fort Myer portion of the base as the battalion held its first motorcycle safety ride of 2014. "We had a great turnout today, a lot bigger than I expected," said Staff Sgt. Pablo Robledo, ride organizer.

  • Old Amphitheater renamed in honor of Civil War Soldier

    Jun 9, 2014

    The Old Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery has a new name. During a ceremony May 30, the amphitheater was renamed in honor of James R. Tanner in conjunction with the annual Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Decoration Day observance.

  • Open for business: Newly renovated JBM-HH Exchange now open

    Jun 9, 2014

    Shoppers rejoice - renovations to the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Exchange on the Fort Myer portion of joint base are now complete. JBM-HH leaders, representatives from the Military District of Washington, exchange employees and community members gathered for a grand-opening ceremony and ribbon-cutting in the afternoon heat June 4.

  • Kushnick, Macy, Hoge awards reward innovation, experimentation needed to keep Army relevant

    Jun 9, 2014

    "The world is rapidly changing, and we must change with it to remain relevant," said Under Secretary of the Army Brad Carson at the annual William H. Kushnick, John W. Macy Jr. and Nick Hoge awards ceremony, in the Pentagon's Hall of Heroes.

  • Multi-component Army Reserve unit conducts Relinquishment of Command ceremony

    Jun 9, 2014

    The 85th Support Command, headquartered in Arlington Heights, Illinois, - 25 miles northwest of Chicago -- conducted a relinquishment of command on June 7, near its unit headquarters, during a ceremony in which Brig. Gen. Gracus K. Dunn, outgoing commanding general of the 85th Support Command, and the deputy commanding general for support of First Army Division-West; relinquished command to Col. Robert W. Rauchle, former chief of staff of the 85th Support Command and interim commander.

  • Army Family Action Plan Boosts Quality of Life

    Jun 9, 2014

    REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. -- Redstone Arsenal's Army Family Action Plan is a work in progress

  • Unmanned Aircraft Systems Deputy Credits Team Effort

    Jun 9, 2014

    REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. -- Since the early 1990s, Rich Kretzschmar's career has been on the ground floor of opportunity.

  • Firefighting Friendship To Continue Beyond Retirement

    Jun 9, 2014

    REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. -- Between them they have more than 60 years of service as firefighters.

  • Quartermaster School welcomes new commandant

    Jun 9, 2014

    The U.S. Army Quartermaster School welcomed Col. Ronald Kirklin as its new commandant during a change of command ceremony June 9. Kirklin arrived at Fort Lee from the United States Central Command J4, Tampa, Fla., where he served as the Chief of Current Operations.

  • Monthly Resiliency Training Kicks Off At Redstone

    Jun 9, 2014

    REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. -- Team Redstone wants you to be Army strong.

  • Garrison CSM gives kudos to communities, civilian workforce

    Jun 9, 2014

    It's a typical Tuesday afternoon at Fort Campbell, and the inside of Garrison Headquarters is particularly quiet. The peaceful atmosphere gave Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. Stephen Bower time to reflect on his tenure here. Bower will soon be leaving for a new assignment, and he invites the community to attend his Change of Responsibility ceremony at Garrison Headquarters, June 23 at 3 p.m. The Soldier, with 26-years of service, admits that learning how to be a garrison command sergeant major required a certain learning curve after spending most of his career as an Infantryman, where he deployed to Uganda, Bosnia, Afghanistan and Iraq. However, being at the post on the Kentucky-Tennessee state line for the first time made it enjoyable.

  • Better halves don't quit: 160th spouses take on SOAR challenge

    Jun 9, 2014

    It's widely-known that the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment employs some of the best aviators, crew-chiefs and support Soldiers the Army has to offer. Given the nature of their mission, however, little else is known about the extensive training that goes into making -- and maintaining -- Night Stalkers. Not even spouses are exempt from the shroud of "need-to-know basis." Tuesday morning, 160th spouses arrived at the Old Clarksville Base in droves, ready to experience a day in the life of a 160th Soldier. Those who hope to join the ranks of the Night Stalkers must endure a five-week training cycle -- what is infamously known as "Green Platoon." The SOAR Challenge (sometimes known as Pink Platoon) gave participants a chance to go through a day's worth of challenges -- an exercise designed to boost morale and encourage cohesion among Night Stalker spouses. "The day is about giving some of our spouses the opportunity to experience what these guys go through … in terms of physical fitness, challenges through modified combat, rifle experience and the Air Assault course," said Maj. Alan Hill, 160th SOAR public affairs officer. "They get the chance to be a Soldier for a day and share in what their spouses do on a day-to-day basis."

  • Army students shine, awarded at local graduations

    Jun 9, 2014

    The Hawaii Department of Education (HIDOE) has held its high school commencement ceremonies for the class of 2014.

  • Performance Triad begins

    Jun 9, 2014

    Medical Command's Performance Triad 26-week challenge officially began June 2, here, with a clinic kick at the Soldier's Pavilion.

  • 'Performance Triad' fuels Soldiers' IRONMAN finish

    Jun 9, 2014

    The Army Medical Command recently rolled out the Performance Triad at bases throughout the Army in order to stress the importance of leading a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

  • Ready Battalion headquarters maintains readiness with FTX

    Jun 9, 2014

    When the 304th Expeditionary Signal Battalion deploys to support exercises, it is usually the line companies that spend time in the field leaving Headquarters and Headquarters Company in place to support daily operations and provide higher command.

  • Motorcycle safety week rides onto post

    Jun 9, 2014

    There is nothing like that feeling of freedom that one gets while riding on the open road, racing through the wind. That exhilaration, however, can be taken away in a split second due to any number of factors. Speed, collision with other vehicles, rider fatigue and indiscipline are just some of the causes that can lead to a death or a lifetime of disability. To ride means requiring skill and diligence when on the road. Cars are built with numerous safety features in the case of an accident which causes some drivers to feel protected and invincible. Motorcycle riders, on the other hand, wear their protection and have to pay much closer attention to the road and travel conditions. Data from the Combat Readiness Center states that there were 41 motorcycle fatalities Army-wide in fiscal year 2013 with five of those Soldiers being from Fort Campbell. According to the Installation Safety Office, as of April 22 the Army has already seen 21 motorcycle fatalities for fiscal year 2014 with three of those being Soldiers from Fort Campbell. Even further, 14 of those casualties were noncommissioned officers.

  • Thunder Soldiers awarded coveted Bronze Order of Mercury

    Jun 8, 2014

    CAMP CASEY, South Korea - The Army Signal Corps is the force that ensures commanders have full control on the battlefield, and have served a major role in helping units and commanders communicate since the Civil War.

  • Army kicks off first-of-many 239th birthday events

    Jun 8, 2014

    Senior Army leaders held the first-of-many ceremonies scheduled around the world commemorating the Army's 239th birthday, which is June 14, and celebrated this year's theme--"America's Army: Our Profession."

  • Army Learning Model 2015 takes shape at Ordnance School

    Jun 6, 2014

    The Army's schoolhouse learning model is evolving. Fading are images of instructors standing at podiums and distributing information via computer slideshows; practices that emphasize muscle memory as the chief means to learning; and classrooms bound by walls.

  • Girl Scouts promote bike safety

    Jun 6, 2014

    Girl Scout Junior Troop 663 shares safety tips with HMC.

  • Vicenza High School recognizes graduates who choose to serve

    Jun 6, 2014

    Vicenza High School held a first ever Military Recognition ceremony for graduating seniors who have chosen to serve the United States in uniform at the school on Caserma Ederle May 27.

  • Learning About the "T" in LGBT

    Jun 6, 2014

    Retired Army Colonel Sheri Swokowski discussed her personal journey as a transgender woman at the Adelphi Lab Center Thursday, part of the installation's observance of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month. At the breakfast & learn session, she presented her own transgender journey within and after the military, discussed issues that many transgender people face in America, and provided tips on how to be a transgender ally.

  • 173rd Airborne Brigade training in Vicenza, Italy

    Jun 6, 2014

    Paratroopers of the 173rd Airborne Brigade conduct refresher jump training May 21 on Caserma Ederle in Vicenza, Italy. The 173rd Airborne is the Army Contingency Response Force in Europe, capable of projecting forces to conduct the full range of military operation across the U.S., European, Central and Africa Command areas of responsibility.

  • Future Italian army officers train among U.S. troops on Caserma Ederle in Vicenza

    Jun 6, 2014

    More than 100 officers of the Comando per la Formazione e Scuola di Applicazione dell'Esercito, the future cadres of the Italian army officer corps, spent two weeks in training at Caserma Ederle in Vicenza, Italy, last month. The installation is home to U.S. Army Africa and the 173rd Airborne Brigade, and the Italian officers to be added a certain flair to its everyday operations as they completed final stages of their five year course of training.

  • Morrisey retires, CSM Lindsey steps up

    Jun 6, 2014

    FORT SILL, Okla. -- Standing in front of McNair Hall during his retreat ceremony May 30, Command Sgt. Maj. Dwight Morrisey said after 35 years he needed a little more time to say goodbye.

  • Air defense Soldiers return home

    Jun 6, 2014

    FORT SILL, Okla. -- Seventy members of 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade returned to Fort Sill after a 10-month deployment to Southwest Asia.

  • Run honors drill sergeant's memory

    Jun 6, 2014

    FORT SILL, Okla. -- More than 200 runners gathered May 31 in front of New Post Chapel to honor one of their own during the 14th Annual Drill Sergeant Mitchell X-Man Run. Many in attendance personally knew Drill Sgt. Darrell Mitchell and came to share his memory.

  • Flag Ceremony Honors 70th Anniversary of Battle of the Bulge

    Jun 6, 2014

    Nearing the 70th anniversary of the infamous Battle of the Bulge, representatives from several of the Allied nations that fought in the battle met at Fort Meade to celebrate their partnership.

  • Garrison honors Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders

    Jun 6, 2014

    The rhythms of the taiko drum filled the Pavilion on Friday as Fort Meade observed Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

  • Service Members Volunteer To Aid Eagle Scout Project

    Jun 6, 2014

    Local Boy Scout Leads Restoration Of Hospital Garden. The large gazebo located between several buildings at Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center offers a respite for staffers relaxing on their breaks. Until recently, however, few people knew what actually surrounded that spot -- a memorial garden.

  • William F. Friedman -- Master Code-Breaker

    Jun 6, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - In 1933, an American businessman paid $100,000 for the North American rights to a German-made cipher machine invented in 1924. The machine was touted by its inventor as absolutely indecipherable. The businessman submitted an encoded 200-word messaged to the Army's newly created Signals Intelligence Service, or SIS, as a challenge. William Friedman, head of SIS, accepted the challenge, thinking it would be a useful training exercise for his small team of young cryptanalysts

  • Air Cav Soldiers Earn their Spurs for the first time in Korea

    Jun 5, 2014

    For 4-6 ARS, an air cavalry squadron that flies OH-58D Kiowa helicopters, the event was a last "hoorah" before wrapping up its nine-month tour on the peninsula before returning to their home station on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. With this rhyme on their lips and a packed rucksack on their backs, about 60 troopers of the 4th Attack Reconnaissance Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade, participated in a Spur Ride, May 21-22, in Chungcheong Province, South Korea.

  • "Our desire for peace will never cease" NNSC hosts annual Spring Reception

    Jun 5, 2014

    Story and photos by Spc. Sara E. Wiseman 210 FA BDE Public Affairs PANMUNJEOM, South Korea --The Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission invited delegates and ambassadors from all over the world to join them in their annual Spring Reception at the Demilitarized Zone of the Joint Security Area in Panmunjeom, South Korea, May 16.

  • Does it ever make sense to shutdown Army manufacturing centers?

    Jun 5, 2014

    WATERVLIET ARSENAL -- Anytime there is a significant pause in production at this Army-owned manufacturing center, reports are often prepared to alert higher headquarters of the incident that has stopped the critical manufacturing of weapon systems for our Soldiers. But not this week. The arsenal turned off its machines and office lights on June 4 to reinforce workplace safety.

  • Survivor Outreach Services preserves memories of fallen Soldiers

    Jun 5, 2014

    Fort Jackson's Survivor Outreach Services program provides support to families of fallen Soldiers throughout South Carolina.

  • Feedback helps consumers stay aware, be business savvy

    Jun 5, 2014

    Experiences among Soldiers and family members vary when searching for services provided by the community and shopping at local businesses. Consumers should keep in mind they are not alone when a purchase or deal goes wrong. The Better Business Bureau is there to assist people with a resolution to any misconceptions and bad dealings with a business. Information about how to file a complaint or search through responsible accredited businesses can be found at the bureaus web site www.bbb.org.

  • Event celebrates Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

    Jun 5, 2014

    Servicemembers, Department of Defense Civilians and members of the Garrison Command team celebrated, and learned different aspects of, Asian American culture during the Fort Belvoir Equal Opportunity Office's Asian-Pacific American observance at the Community Center, Thursday. Soldiers and civilians enjoyed a demonstration by Filipino Martial Arts Hall of Famer, Kibo Kim, a performance of Frank Sinatra's hit "Cheek to Cheek" and Nora Jones classic "Don't know why" by 2013 Asian American Rising Star Winner, Cara Kim, and a dance performance by Through the Islands of the Pacific. Each performance aimed to increase the audiences' awareness of Asian American culture.

  • Water system replacement under wayBy Annalee Grant

    Jun 5, 2014

    American Water and the Fort Belvoir Directorate of Public Works broke ground May 29, on an almost two-year project to completely rebuild and replace the water and sewage system in Woodlawn Village. Jason Nash, capital projects manager for American Water said 13,000 feet of waterline and 9,000 feet of sewer line would be replaced.

  • Fort Jackson hosts boxing event

    Jun 5, 2014

    More than 1,500 spectators attended a boxing smoker at Fort Jackson's Solomon Center May 31, 2014.

  • Spouses' skills translate to successful, enjoyable work

    Jun 5, 2014

    From frequent moves to finding employment and building new relationships, military spouses are synonymous with change and challenge. But with the right attitude and approach, those challenges can be overcome -- even in employment, where spouses tend to struggle. Obtaining meaningful employment is not as difficult as some think, when having connections with companies local and nationwide who are adamant about hiring military spouses. The employers value their sacrifices and understand their unique needs. Many of them offer part-time, full-time, intermittent and work-from-home positions.

  • Know who's watching?

    Jun 5, 2014

    To the 25th Infantry Division Soldier from Alaska whom I almost hit yesterday with my car because you ran through the red light at the chapel.

  • Soldiers discover similarities in Civil War battlefield tour

    Jun 5, 2014

    There was laughter as U.S. Army Garrison Fort Belvoir Headquarters Battalion Soldiers raced across a Maryland cornfield, using corn stalks as mock guns against an invisible enemy. But when all was said and done, the present-day noncommissioned officers and Soldiers admitted the task that faced Civil War Soldiers on Sept. 17, 1862, at Antietam Battlefield, would have been nearly impossible to complete. Headquarters Battalion Operations Officer, Maj. Geoffrey Earnhart, led a staff ride to Antietam National Battlefield outside of Sharpsburg, Md. May 30. The Soldiers visited several battlefield sites to learn about the day-long battle where 27,000 Soldiers were killed or wounded during the Civil War. Starting at the Dunker Church, and on to the Sunken Road and Burnside Bridge, the Soldiers reflected on the experience of a Soldier in 1862 and one in 2014.

  • Gervais assumes USACBRNS commandancy

    Jun 5, 2014

    Brig. Gen. Maria Gervais assumed the commandancy of the U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School, becoming the 28th Chief of Chemical in a ceremony held at the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence Plaza Tuesday.

  • Job Fair offers spouses part-time opportunities

    Jun 5, 2014

    Military spouses in the local community spoke with local companies about part-time job opportunities during the Fort Belvoir Army Community Service Employment Readiness Programs Job Fair for military spouses, May 28. Spouses discussed part-time, contractual, on-call, seasonal and work-from-home positions with representatives from Fairfax County Public Schools, General Dynamics Information Technology, Kelly Services Inc., Simply Beautiful and U.S. Army Family Child Care.

  • New Fires Center commander rides in

    Jun 5, 2014

    FORT SILL, Okla. -- When Maj. Gen. Mark McDonald passed the Fires Center of Excellence colors on and Maj. Gen. John Rossi took hold, the FCoE marked a new chapter in history by welcoming an air defense artillery Soldier as the new commanding general.

  • TIMEOUT: Every day is Memorial Day

    Jun 5, 2014

    During the Memorial Day holiday last weekend, I took some time to hang out with my dad -- a World War II Navy veteran who's still very much alive and kicking in his late 80s -- for a few hours. Somehow such simple and close-to-home activities are far more relaxing and rewarding for me than creeping down the highway amid traffic jams, standing in endless lines at amusement parks, and listening to all the yelling and cursing other people are doing in reaction to the crowds and chaos.

  • Soldiers compete for All Army women's basketball team slots

    Jun 5, 2014

    Soldiers from Army installations around the world faced off against Fort Belvoir's elite Washington Area Military Athletics Conference women's basketball team, Friday-Sunday at Graves Fitness Center, aiming to make the final All Army roster of players that will compete this month in the Conseil International du Sport Militaire (CISM) tournament in France.

  • 4th MEB Soldier named division's Soldier of Year

    Jun 5, 2014

    Spc. Evan Brady, 94th Engineer Battalion, 4th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade, was named the 1st Infantry Division Soldier of the Year on May 22 during a ceremony at Fort Riley, Kan.

  • 55 year-old completes BCT, now Army Strong

    Jun 5, 2014

    Most people probably picture a person in their late teens or early 20s when one hears of a Soldier completing Basic Combat Training. A 55-year-old has shattered that image on Fort Leonard Wood.

  • Sinkhole causes road closure

    Jun 5, 2014

    A sinkhole discovered on May 24 has closed a section of Iowa Avenue across from the USO and Abrams Theater.

  • State representative visits LORA open house

    Jun 5, 2014

    Missouri House of Representative Diane Franklin's district contains perhaps Fort Leonard Wood's most prized get-away location -- the Lake of the Ozarks Recreation Area, commonly referred to as LORA.

  • MPs conduct Special Olympics torch run

    Jun 5, 2014

    More than 400 runners gathered on May 28 to participate in Special Olympics Missouri's Law Enforcement Torch Run.

  • 428th FA Brigade welcomes new commander

    Jun 5, 2014

    FORT SILL, Okla. -- On a post so steeped in historical significance, it seemed the tendrils of time were overlapping and reconnecting in many new links May 29.

  • Fort Carson DFMWR finalist for national award

    Jun 5, 2014

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  • Engineers, city celebrate milestone

    Jun 5, 2014

    The city of Woodland Park took down the 4th Engineer Battalion's colors, the unit it has been partnered with since 1992, after the unit's final company returned home from deployment.

  • Museum gets donation from Engineer hero

    Jun 5, 2014

    A new collection of World War II memorabilia is now on display in the John B. Mahaffey Museum -- thanks to a generous donation from Lt. Col. Orville "Bill" Munson's Family.

  • MPs conduct SHARP training

    Jun 5, 2014

    Soldiers from Fort Carson's 759th Military Police Battalion conducted a Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention stand down at McMahon Auditorium, May 30, 2014.

  • AAFES employee returns to Fort Leonard Wood after deployment

    Jun 5, 2014

    One Fort Leonard Wood employee just wants to serve troops -- even if it means spending more than a year with them in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Reception Detachment prepares Soldiers for Fort Hood

    Jun 5, 2014

    Fort Hood Reception Deatachment NCOs take care of Soldiers

  • 111th MI Brigade announces AIT Platoon Sergeant of Year

    Jun 5, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. -After more than two days of intense physical and mental challenges, the 111th Military Intelligence Brigade announced Sgt. 1st Class Charles Sheffield, Company B, 309th Military Intelligence Battalion, as the 2014 Advanced Individual Training Platoon Sergeant of the Year on Wednesday.

  • Team does heroic chaplain's walk

    Jun 5, 2014

    Pilsen, Kan. -- Three chaplains, seven chaplain assistants and two family members led by Fort Sill Installation Chaplain (Col.) Matthew Pawlikowski and Staff Sgt. Braden Meyer, 214th Fires Brigade chaplain assistant, completed the three-day, 60-mile Pilsen Pilgrimage, May 30 to June 1 across Kansas from Wichita to Pilsen.

  • Are you walking the talk?

    Jun 5, 2014

    While it is disheartening to hear stories of junior enlisted Soldiers making poor decisions and paying for them with their lives, it is demoralizing to hear stories of Army leaders who do the same. Odds are the behaviors demonstrated by these Soldiers -- even the leaders -- were not first-time occurrences, and someone else probably had the opportunity to observe the behaviors in action. What do leaders convey to their Soldiers when they act irresponsibly? Perhaps some of the young Soldiers' poor decisions were a result of messages received from their leaders' actions.

  • Spouses appreciated, recognized through career development assistance programs

    Jun 5, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Being an Army spouse is more than just a way of life. As one of the toughest jobs in the military, some may consider it a full-time job, but for others the job extends outside of their home.

  • Post promotes summer safety with fair, comedy show

    Jun 5, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - In accordance with the Army's 101 Critical Day of Summer safety campaign, Fort Huachuca held its annual Summer Safety Expo at Barnes Field House May 29 -- 30.

  • Questions for a 30-year safety professional

    Jun 5, 2014

    During National Safety Month 2014, the U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center will highlight achievements and perspectives of members of the Army's first class of Career Program-12 safety interns, who finished training in 1984. Patti Tilson, manager of a safety and environmental team for the Federal Aviation Administration's Eastern Service, is the first intern profiled for this series

  • 'Fast and Furious' Soldiers return to Family, friends

    Jun 5, 2014

    Latishya Walk, Soldier and Army spouse, welcomed home her husband after nine months apart early June 3 along with nine other Families who were gathered at Wings Chapel to welcome home Soldiers from the 597th Ordnance Maintenance Company.

  • Garrison welcomes new command sergeant major

    Jun 5, 2014

    Fort Rucker Soldiers, civilians and Family members turned out in force to welcome the garrison's new command sergeant major and bid farewell to the outgoing senior NCO June 3 at the U.S. Army Aviation Museum.

  • Unit representatives learn about suicide intervention

    Jun 5, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. -Suicide Prevention Program Trainer Ben Bauman facilitates the Ask, Care, Escort -- Suicide Intervention training at Murr Community Center May 28. The purpose of ACE-SI training is to "train-the-trainer" so they can go back to their organizations or units and teach the suicide intervention course to small groups in order to give them the benefit of the training.

  • Program offers building blocks to success

    Jun 5, 2014

    When starting a small business, the journey to success could be a road that's hard to travel, but Fort Rucker's Army Community Service is offering a service to help budding entrepreneurs find their way.

  • Soldiers, civilians sling paint to relieve stress

    Jun 5, 2014

    Adrenaline junkies are often searching for the next thing to get their rush, and Fort Rucker is offering one way for Soldiers and civilians to get their fill using strategy and tactics.

  • Festival helps Families shop smart, healthy

    Jun 5, 2014

    The Army knows that keeping an active lifestyle is key to staying healthy, but there's more to healthy living than just exercise.

  • Trainee leads in second bootcamp

    Jun 5, 2014

    FORT SILL, Okla. -- Spc. Adrian Duvall will complete basic training boot camp for the second time in his life June 6. His first boot camp happened shortly after graduating high school when he joined the U.S. Navy in 2003. Since that time, Duvall has gone through a lot.

  • Arizona Army Guard adds new elements to suicide prevention training

    Jun 5, 2014

    FORT HUACHUCA, Ariz. -- Soldiers are trained to never leave a fellow Soldier behind with suicidal thoughts just as they are trained to never leave a Soldier behind on the battlefield.

  • Honoring the past ... securing the future: 101st participates in 70th anniversary commemoration

    Jun 5, 2014

    The Second World War was fought in thousands of locations across the globe, yet one place and one day stands out as being the inflection point in the allied struggle to liberate Europe from the tyranny of Nazi Germany. The "Day of Days" was originally planned for June 5, 1944, but foul weather and choppy seas would push right the largest seaborne invasion in history [Operation Neptune] and the subsequent invasion of German-occupied western Europe [Operation Overlord]. On June 6, 1944, 160,000 Allied troops collided into a 50-mile stretch of heavily-fortified French coastline -- part of the Reich's Atlantic Wall -- to go toe-to-toe with the Nazis on the beaches of Normandy, France. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, supreme commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force, called the operation a "crusade" in which, "We will accept nothing less than full victory."

  • ACS program helps families cope with newborns

    Jun 4, 2014

    WIESBADEN, Germany - With family thousands of miles away and a new baby soon to come, Sara and James Rickards knew this situation called for some extraordinary help. "I couldn't call grandma," said Sara. "My anxiety was getting really high … not having family easily reachable."

  • Learn dance, swimming, martial arts and more with SKIES Unlimited this summer

    Jun 4, 2014

    WIESBADEN, Germany - Summertime could be the perfect time to learn a new musical instrument, swimming, Tae Kwon Do or any of a range of different dance moves. Wiesbaden military community youths are invited to expand their horizons in the Child, Youth and School Services SKIES (Schools of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration and Skills) Unlimited program.

  • Former leaders of the Army visit 210th FA Bde.

    Jun 4, 2014

    CAMP CASEY, South Korea - Former Chief of Staff of the United States Army Gen. Gordon R. Sullivan and former sergeant major of the Army Kenneth O. Preston, visit the Thunder Inn dining facility, to have lunch with Soldiers from 210th Field Artillery Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, June 4, 2014 on Camp Casey, South Korea. During their meal, Soldiers had the opportunity to talk about current events and various policies within the Army.

  • The Transformational Power of a Solid Commander Chaplain Relationship

    Jun 4, 2014

    Chaplains are special staff officers who advise commanders on religion, ethics, morals, and morale. This article outlines best practices regarding the important relationship between chaplain and commander to proactively address issues and dynamics in their unit formations.

  • National Safety Month

    Jun 4, 2014

  • Air Force's top enlisted member visits Fort Lee

    Jun 4, 2014

    FORT LEE, Va. (June 4, 2014) -- Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody toured the 345th Training Squadron facilities here Friday and spent much of the afternoon visiting with Airmen and discussing professionalism and future career opportunities amid a downsizing military force.

  • Butterflies bring tears, smiles to Gold Star Family members

    Jun 4, 2014

    FORT LEE, Va. (June 4, 2014) -- About 50 Gold Star Family members and their relatives joined installation leaders and other community representatives for a May 29 Butterfly release ceremony at the Survivors Memorial Garden on Fort Lee.

  • The Biggest Challenge Ever!

    Jun 4, 2014

    In the middle of the Mojave Desert is where MasterChef producers discovered the perfect location for their cooking competition. It would be the biggest challenge ever in the five-year history of the Fox TV series.

  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Far East District construction division moves to Humphreys

    Jun 4, 2014

    The majority of the district's construction division employees are set to move to U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys by Oct. 15. The move coincides with a ramping up of construction at the garrison, part of the United States Forces Korea's Yongsan Relocation Plan (YRP), the largest base relocation program in the Department of Defense.

  • My Korea, My Life -- Pfc. Park

    Jun 4, 2014

    CAMP CASEY, South Korea -- The Korean Augmentation to the United States Army program has existed for more than 60 years and it showcases the Alliance between the Republic of Korea and the United States. For Pfc. Sanghyeok Park, from La Crescenta, Calif., an automated logistical specialist assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 210th Field Artillery Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, it means Family.

  • Units brush up on safety knowledge while competing

    Jun 3, 2014

    WIESBADEN, Germany - As the season changes to summer, so does the focus of safety. Instead of slippery roadways, frostbite or winter tires, it's suddenly about slippery pool decks, heat stroke and T-CLOCS inspections.

  • Soldiers, civilians go cycling to get to work

    Jun 3, 2014

    WIESBADEN, Germany - Cars and motorcycles, move over. Bicyclists took to the roads May 16 in celebration of National Bike-to-Work Day in conjunction with National Bike Month.

  • Exploring an ironworks: World Heritage Site features intriguing exhibits, concerts, more

    Jun 3, 2014

    WIESBADEN, Germany - There's a kind of beauty in the symmetry of certain monuments to bygone times. The row upon row of stark, white crosses and stars of David in a military cemetery. The rusting, tangled metal of a once booming industrial-era ironworks. The psychedelic drawings, colors and fashions of the golden age of pop. Visitors to the area around Saarbruecken will discover all of the above.

  • Community gathers to honor sacrifices of the fallen and their families

    Jun 3, 2014

    WIESBADEN, Germany - "What's been keeping us going time and time again in the face of adversity?" asked Col. David Carstens, garrison commander. "The men and women who fought in these battles were very different, but they all shared this in common: They loved America very much." For this reason, and because of "our love of comrades," he added, America's military embodies resilience.� Resilience, perseverance, patriotism and camaraderie were among the virtues discussed at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden's Memorial Day ceremony held at Veterans Park May 22.

  • Instilling Soldiers' confidence in their weapon systems is a 200-year tradition at Watervliet

    Jun 3, 2014

    WATERVLIET ARSENAL, N.Y. -- A call for fire initiates a thing of beauty called a "battle drill," as well-trained troops perform a series of tasks in an integrated and synchronized fluid motion. To an observer, this precision drill and sense of urgency to execute a mission is awe inspiring. But what is more inspiring is what cannot be seen ̶ a strong sense of confidence the Soldier, Marine, or Airman has in his weapon system that the gun will not fail them in the heat of battle.

  • Corps social media campaign promotes life jackets, offers prizes

    Jun 3, 2014

    This summer the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District is promoting life jacket use with the WEAR IT to Win It campaign on Facebook and Twitter.

  • Cost-saving strategies pay off for 'transformative leaders'

    Jun 3, 2014

    Capt. Lauren M. Hamlin and Michael R. Wilson were each presented with a Pace Award by Under Secretary of the Army Brad R. Carson during a ceremony in the Pentagon, June 3, 2014.

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