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  • ANA Wolfhound Class

    Feb 11, 2014

    Afghan National Army soldiers with the 203rd Corps test out the Wolfhound Handheld Warning System device at Forward Operating Thunder, Paktiya province, Afghanistan, Feb. 11, 2014. The new device will allow ANA soldiers to hear enemy radio communication. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Dixie Rae Liwanag/ Released)

  • 168 Eagles strong on APG

    Feb 11, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - A total of 168 bald eagles were counted on APG during the 2014 Mid-Winter Bald Eagle Survey that was conducted by helicopter Jan. 12.

  • DoT program provides subsidy for mass transit users

    Feb 11, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - Army civilians and Soldiers can receive up to $130 to offset mass transit expenses with the Mass Transportation Benefit Program (MTBP) funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DoT). These transportation options include vanpools, buses and trains.

  • Historic Bldg. 310 remains symbol for APG

    Feb 11, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - Ask anyone at APG which physical structure best represents the installation and they will most likely tell you Bldg. 310. Built in 1918 as the original post headquarters, the white, wood-and-brick building has served as a symbol for APG for close to a century.

  • 'We shall overcome';19th ESC reenacts civil rights march

    Feb 11, 2014

    The 19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command (ESC) reenacted the Selma to Montgomery march led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., embedding core values of ethnic equality and justice to the Soldiers, Jan. 13, on U.S. Army Garrison Daegu's Camp Henry.

  • USAG Daegu CSM addresses challenges, change, philosophy and values

    Feb 11, 2014

    U.S. Army Garrison Daegu Command Sgt. Maj. Michael E. Diggs Sr. talks about the changes has seen over his career, the challenges facing today's Soldiers, his personal philosophy and values at the mid-point of his tour as the Daegu Garrison CSM.

  • Yongsan, K-16 sign 'sporting agreement' with ROK

    Feb 11, 2014

    Seungnam Airbase hosted a ceremonial event to sign the Memorandum of Understanding between 15th Special Missions Wing (SMW) and USAG Yongsan, K-16 installation, Feb 6.

  • Army recognizes innovative environmental practices, partnerships

    Feb 10, 2014

    One ammunition plant, three installations, and three environmental teams recognized for their outstanding environmental and sustainability program achievements with Secretary of the Army Environmental Awards for fiscal year 2013. The Secretary of the Army Environmental Awards represent the highest honor in the field of environmental science and sustainability conferred by the Army.

  • Vanguard military police certify with painful spray

    Feb 10, 2014

    "It kind of feels like somebody getting gasoline, pouring it on your face and lighting a match," said Spc. Joshua Willison, a military police officer with the military police platoon of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 4-3 Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division. "The worst pain in your life ever... and it doesn't stop."

  • Wounded Warriors set sights on Sochi gold

    Feb 10, 2014

    Three wounded warriors who recovered at Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio, are aiming to glide to gold in Sochi, Russia, next month.

  • Safety manager: Attention to detail imperative to personal weapons safety

    Feb 10, 2014

    Service members are among the most highly-trained personnel in the world and weapons safety training is second to none.

  • Gate security still top priority

    Feb 10, 2014

    Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall's chief of police recently reviewed gate security protocol with The Pentagram and asked for patience while motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians enter the joint base during the busiest traffic times daily, as well as during special events, including funerals and retirement ceremonies.

  • SB Tax Center opens for 2014

    Feb 10, 2014

    Benjamin Franklin once said, "The only things certain in life are death and taxes," and now that we're already a week into February, rest assured, the dreaded April 15 deadline for tax returns will be here before you know it.

  • Common Core Standards impact Hawaii education future

    Feb 10, 2014

    The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Initiative is a state-led effort developed in coordination with teachers, school administrators and experts to provide a clear and consistent framework to prepare children for college and the workforce.

  • ACS workshop to focus on 'Home Alone' keiki issues

    Feb 10, 2014

    Parents with children between the ages of 9 (soon to be 10) and 12 are invited to participate with their children in an educational workshop to help prepare children for being left unsupervised.

  • AAA celebrates a successful move

    Feb 10, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - Employees from the APG Army Audit Agency Field Office celebrated relocating to Bldg. 4118 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 30.

  • New chaplain comes from eclectic background

    Feb 10, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - Maj. James B. Collins was answering a lifelong calling when he decided to become a Catholic priest. It just took him a while to realize it.

  • Being a chaplain assistant is an act of good faith

    Feb 10, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - Spc. Billy Jack Pardue likes to tell an amusing anecdote. It's about an evening when he was having dinner with a priest and a rabbi who were sharing a timeworn joke about a priest and a rabbi having dinner.

  • Congressional staffers visit APG

    Feb 10, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - For a quartet of Maryland congressional staffers, the overview briefings and tour of APG on Monday, Feb. 3, offered a unique glimpse into the inner workings of the installation, as well as insight into why APG is a crucial component of the local economy and landscape. They saw how APG contributes greatly to the Army's defense of the nation and helps pave the way for scientific and technological research and innovation in the private sector.

  • Soldiers see Russian history at Sochi Opening Ceremony

    Feb 9, 2014

    Soldiers from the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program and Army National Guard witnessed a dazzling exhibition of Russian history during the Opening Ceremony of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games, Feb. 7, 2014, in Sochi, Russia.

  • Lunar New Year volunteers deliver rice, friendship

    Feb 9, 2014

    Soldiers of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan, South Korea, helped celebrate the Lunar New Year by volunteering to deliver rice, ramen and toiletries to the less fortunate in a nearby community, Jan. 28, 2014.

  • CID warns scam website similar to legitimate benefits website

    Feb 7, 2014

    The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command wants to clarify a press release that was issued Feb. 6, 2014, to help avoid any possible confusion regarding a false website and the official U.S. Army benefits website for former and current service members.

  • Col. George H. Sharpe appointed Army of the Potomac's intelligence chief, Feb. 11, 1863

    Feb 7, 2014

    During the first two bloody days of fighting in the decisive battle of Gettysburg, General Robert E. Lee's Confederate forces battered General George G. Meade's Army of the Potomac. Shortly after nightfall on the second day, General Meade assembled a Council of War. The primary question was whether the Army of the Potomac should remain at Gettysburg or fall back to a position closer to its supply base. After little debate, Meade and his Corps commanders unanimously agreed to stay and fight a defensive action the third day. The result was both a tactical victory, as an exhausted Confederate army retreated from Union territory and a strategic victory as it renewed northern support for continuing the war.

  • Chief of chaplains speaks at Vicenza prayer breakfast

    Feb 7, 2014

    Chief of Chaplains, Maj. Gen. Donald L. Rutherford, spoke to Vicenza Military Community members during the annual prayer breakfast Feb. 7.

  • Dinwiddie native becomes senior CASCOM NCO

    Feb 7, 2014

    The U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee welcomed Command Sgt. Maj. Terry E. Parham, Sr., as the command�'s top noncommissioned officer during an assumption of responsibility ceremony Feb. 7.

  • Fort Wainwright Police officers hone skills to nab intoxicated drivers

    Feb 7, 2014

    Getting drivers who are under the influence of alcohol off the road has long been a priority for law enforcement professionals throughout the nation.

  • Fort A.P. Hill adds two new security guards

    Feb 7, 2014

    Two new security guards joined the garrison�'s front line of defense today when they graduated from the Security Guard Academy here. Brandon W. Crabtree and Adrian R. Hamm III completed the challenging six-week academy that included pepper spray training, hands-on defensive tactics, handcuffing, baton training and active shooter techniques.

  • Fort Lee spouse earns USO volunteer of the year award

    Feb 6, 2014

    FORT LEE, Va. (Feb. 6, 2014) -- A Fort Lee family member was recognized Jan. 25 as a United Service Organization Volunteer of the Year.

  • Hohenfels springs Super Bowl surprise on deploying Soldiers

    Feb 6, 2014

    Days before deploying, the 504th BSB enjoys the big game.

  • Fort Lee tax center celebrates 26th year of operation

    Feb 6, 2014

    FORT LEE, Va. (Feb. 6, 2014) -- Maj. Gen. Larry D. Wyche is usually a busy man with little time to spare, but he said it was worth the effort to carve out a niche in his schedule to participate in the Tax Assistance Center grand opening Monday at building 6052 on Mekong Road.

  • Civilian Employee helps ensure radio communication is available for everyday missions, emergency sit

    Feb 6, 2014

    FORT DRUM, N.Y. -- From military police to snow plow drivers to Soldiers training in the field, one Fort Drum Civilian helps to keep the lines of communication open.

  • Ten Curious Black History Facts

    Feb 6, 2014

    Editor's note: Like that of all histories, that of the African-American is storied, complicated and sometimes distorted. The following vignettes are reflections offer details that about people and events that might have been misunderstood, forgotten or downplayed. FORT LEE, Va. (Feb. 6, 2014) -- 1. The first blacks to join the first permanent English settlement of Jamestown in 1619 were not technically slaves but indentured servants. They, like many of the whites already there, were bound by contract to work for employers anywhere from four to seven years. Many of them fulfilled the provisions of their contract and went on to own property themselves to include slaves. Race-based slavery officially began in the latter part of the century when a number of laws were enacted to counteract the impact of labor shortages. One such law dictated the children born to slave women were bound to that condition for life.

  • Taxation without exasperation: USAG Ansbach community prepares for tax season

    Feb 6, 2014

    U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach's Legal Assistance Office, with support from the 12th Combat Aviation Brigade, established tax centers at Katterbach Kaserne and Storck Barracks.

  • Engineering: It's not just for the boys

    Feb 6, 2014

    When Courtney Edwards was in high school, she wanted to be a chef.

  • Operation Green Dragon -- Training exercise readies officials for anthrax attack

    Feb 6, 2014

    Fort Jackson emergency managers conduct an exercise to practice the installation's response in case of an anthrax attack.

  • Missile Defense Leader Describes Expanding Mission

    Feb 6, 2014

    REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. -- In a series of test videos that showed interceptors defending against incoming missiles, the director of the Missile Defense Agency shared the nation�'s ballistic missile defense strength with members of the Tennessee Valley of the National Defense Industrial Association on Jan. 28.

  • Reclaim Valentine's Day for you

    Feb 6, 2014

    Commentary on making Valentine's Day a day to celebrate you.

  • 'We're not alone' -- CSF2 offers resiliency course to spouses

    Feb 6, 2014

    Spouses on Fort Jackson take place in a three-day Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness Program course.

  • Fires Center teams up with South Korean Army

    Feb 6, 2014

  • Soldiers' Chorus vocalist a fixture at Fort Meade

    Feb 6, 2014

    SGM Victor Cenales, the senior bass vocalist in the U.S. Army Field Band's, is the first African-American sergeant major in the history of the Soldiers' Chorus.

  • Fort Jackson conducts Facebook town hall meeting

    Feb 6, 2014

    Fort Jackson community members had the chance to communicate with representatives from various organizations Tuesday at the garrison's second town hall meeting on Facebook.

  • Chaplains host prayer breakfast

    Feb 6, 2014

    The Fort Jackson community gathered Tuesday morning to observe the National Prayer Breakfast at the NCO Club.

  • DINFOS Expansion Set for 2015 Completion

    Feb 6, 2014

    The Defense Information School is currently adding more than 100-thousand square feet of space to its current facility. Completion is scheduled for 2015.

  • Instructor pilot earns Broken Wing Award

    Feb 6, 2014

    As a flight crew flew a routine mission overseas, a loud bang was heard and the Black Hawk flown by one of Fort Rucker's own began to shake violently as it started to drop out of the sky, but an extraordinary Aviator's actions saved the lives of himself and three others, earning him an award that's rarity is matched only by his heroic actions.

  • Fires Battle Lab team wins DA award

    Feb 6, 2014

    The Fires Battle Lab Modeling and Simulation Team at Fort Sill was recognized by the Army Modeling and Simulation Office for its Counter Unmanned Aerial System Experiment 2013, whose lessons provided the Army with information on CUAS doctrine and tactics, techniques and procedures development.

  • Fort Rucker event honors African-American heritage

    Feb 6, 2014

    The Army considers the diversity within its ranks a strength, and Fort Rucker recognized the contributions and accomplishments of its African-American members during the African-American History kickoff event at the post exchange Jan. 31.

  • Tax center opens, offers free service

    Feb 6, 2014

    Death and taxes are said by some to be the only two guarantees in life, and while Fort Rucker can't aid people on their quest for immortality, the installation does have a way for Soldiers and Family members to get their taxes done professionally -- for free.

  • How to market your most important product -- yourself

    Feb 6, 2014

    Have you bought a new car lately? If so, you may have fond memories of being bombarded by salespeople wanting to help you select a vehicle. There's even a good possibility that you just went to look, but still ended up driving a new vehicle home.

  • All-black balloon unit served with distinction on D-Day

    Feb 6, 2014

    The 320th Very Low Altitude (VLA) barrage balloon battalion was the only black combat unit to take part in the D-Day landings.

  • Battalion's 'Operation Fix-it' includes resiliency events

    Feb 6, 2014

    The 168th Brigade Support Battalion fulfilled its quarterly maintenance mission with the completion of Operation Fix-it, which also gave special attention to other maintenance: resiliency and spiritual fitness.

  • Checking Your Tax Return

    Feb 6, 2014

    PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, Calif. - No matter who prepares your return, you are responsible for what goes to the IRS.

  • Loose change worth a fortune at Penny Carnival

    Feb 6, 2014

    Child, Youth and School Services hosted its annual Penny Carnival Friday at the Solomon Center.

  • Federal primary or special election voting to begin

    Feb 6, 2014

    Federal primary or special election voting starts in March, April or May.

  • EFMP aids special needs families

    Feb 6, 2014

    The Fort Sill Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) exists to support and enhance the quality of life for the military family with special needs.

  • Winter driving: Know your, vehicle abilities

    Feb 6, 2014

    The best advice for driving in bad winter weather is not to drive at all, if it can be avoided. However, if a trip or jaunt across town is imperative, here are winter driving tips.

  • Navy detachment test fires ship guardians

    Feb 6, 2014

    PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. - A small contingent of engineers attached to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Technology Division�'s Picatinny Detachment (NSWC IHEODTD) are responsible for testing, delivering and installing all Mk38 Mod 2 25mm machine gun systems on U.S. Navy and Coast Guard ships.

  • Group provides support for spouses apart

    Feb 6, 2014

    The Hearts Apart Support Group offers support for waiting families of military and Department of Defense civilian personnel by linking family members with other families who are left behind because of the sponsor's mission requirements.

  • Fort Sill signs Black History Month proclamation, honors Marine

    Feb 6, 2014

    The Fires Center of Excellence and Fort Sill honored a Marine who served this country in a time when he was not treated equally.

  • Workshops teach skills to enhance employability

    Feb 6, 2014

    Employability skills are the traits and talents that make you an attractive candidate for a job. Improving your employability skills through education, training and practical applications can give you an edge in the job market.

  • CSMS CyberPatriots take third place in national semifinal competition

    Feb 6, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - The Colonel Smith Middle School CyberPatriots, a seven-student cyber security team, competed in the Air Force Association�'s CyberPatriot Middle School Cyber Education Program and finished third in the National Semifinals, which were held at Cochise College, Jan. 17.

  • Nye Library offers more than just books

    Feb 6, 2014

    Nye Library has many recreational and educational resources for families, Soldiers and workers at Fort Sill. The library has 80,000 books, DVDs, CDs and audio books.

  • National Drug Fact Week. Police, students, parents talk, share facts

    Feb 6, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - When it comes to minors abusing drugs and alcohol, not only do parents weigh in, but so do the police.

  • Soldiers visit veterans in Tuskegee

    Feb 6, 2014

    From sergeants major to young NCOs, a group of Fort Rucker Soldiers went the extra mile Jan. 31 to make sure a group of veterans had a little extra to get them through the weekend -- by lending a helping hand and providing a listening ear.

  • Red Cross office opens on post

    Feb 6, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at Fort Huachuca�'s Army Community Services building, Jan. 31, to celebrate the grand opening of the new American Red Cross Southern Arizona Chapter office, specializing in military assistance.

  • NCOA unveils Soldier portrait

    Feb 6, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - Wilson Barracks, Building 62718 in Weinstein Village, gained a new addition to its main hallway Jan. 31. Soldiers and Civilians gathered briefly to witness the unveiling of the portrait of Master Sgt. John Wilson, the Soldier after whom the barracks is named.

  • FH BOLC graduate represents Army in cross country championship race

    Feb 6, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - Former Fort Huachuca military intelligence officer, 2nd Lt. Margaret Smith, was selected to run as part of the All Army Cross Country team in the Armed Forces Cross Country Championship race, Feb. 15, in Boulder, Colo.

  • Valentine's Day: Something for everyone

    Feb 6, 2014

    Celebrating Valentine's Day isn't just for newlyweds, shy high school students and new couples in the mushy stage of love -- everyone can board the love train because Fort Rucker has numerous activities planned for everyone in love, whether that love is for mom and dad, husband and wife, or friends.

  • Wounded K-9 team returns home

    Feb 6, 2014

    A specialized search dog handler and his canine partner, both recovering from gunshot wounds during a battle in Afghanistan, returned home to Fort Leonard Wood Friday, greeted by their unit comrades of the 4th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade.

  • DA POST certification enters second phase

    Feb 6, 2014

    Fort Leonard Wood has been chosen to develop the Department of the Army wide Military Police Peace Officer Standards and Training program.

  • More to post museum than meets the eye

    Feb 6, 2014

    The artifacts on display at the Fort Leonard Wood museum are literally the tip of the iceberg compared to the entire collection.

  • AT&T Pro-Am Military Appreciation Day 2014

    Feb 6, 2014

    PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. - Wednesday, Feb. 5, was Military Appreciation Day at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, one of the most popular stops on the national PGA tour. During the day, POM and DLI service members received free admission and special access to one of the week's highlights, the traditional 3M Celebrity Challenge.

  • Army Chief of Staff visits National Training Center

    Feb 6, 2014

    The Army's highest ranking general visited with Soldiers and various unit leaders at the National Training Center during a trip to the high desert, Jan. 30. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno met with NTC and Fort Irwin commander Maj. Gen. Ted Martin, Operations Group officers, and leadership of the 3-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 7th Infantry Division - which wrapped up a four-week training rotation at the NTC.

  • Sagami Depot employee dominates as karate champion off the clock

    Feb 6, 2014

    Risa Sudo, a master labor contract employee assigned to the 403rd Army Field Support Battalion-Northeast Asia at Sagami General Depot in Japan, has been studying karate for 14 years and won a tournament in Poland in November 2013.

  • Chaplain of the few serves many

    Feb 5, 2014

    U.S. Army Europe's lone Jewish chaplain brings faith to the field

  • 18th Military Police Soldiers receive warm welcome home in Sembach

    Feb 5, 2014

    The 21st Theater Sustainment Command's HHC, 18th MP Bde., returned to Sembach Kaserne after completing an eight-month deployment to Camp Sabalu-Harrison, Afghanistan in support of Joint Task Force 435.

  • Ansbach High School air rifle team visits German marksmanship club

    Feb 5, 2014

    The Junior ROTC air rifle team from Ansbach High School visited a German marksmanship club, the Sch├╝tzengesellschaft (SG) Weihenzell, and met members of the German club's youth team in a friendly German-American competition Jan. 29, 2014.

  • Army Aviation Sees Change In Leadership

    Feb 5, 2014

    The Army celebrated the careers of two of its aviation officers Jan. 24, with the retirement of Redstone Arsenal's senior aviator, and the promotion of a 26-year career officer into the general ranks.

  • Marines, soldiers volunteer as judges for local science fair

    Feb 5, 2014

    A dozen Marines and nine soldiers from Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall judged the Third Annual Thomas Jefferson Middle School science fair Jan. 29. The 21 servicemembers volunteered their time as part of the Single Marine and Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers programs.

  • Newborn care? There's a class for that

    Feb 5, 2014

    Newborns may not leave the hospital with instructions, but Pamela Hirsch and Mary Cargill with the Army Community Service New Parent Support Program provided some helpful pointers and tips for parents-to-be and childcare providers Jan. 31 during a baby bundles class on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall.

  • Police Officer's Quick Action Saves Veteran's Life

    Feb 5, 2014

    REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. -- Officer Tiffany Colbert didn�'t have much time to think when she was called to a scene on Redstone Arsenal where a middle-aged man was lying on the ground unconscious and not breathing. Fortunately, she didn�'t need the time.

  • Go for the Green

    Feb 5, 2014

    For many years, the green-amber-red model has been a staple of military planning. It's the way we express readiness -- both visually and verbally -- for everything from budgets to training to real-time operations. And, in describing our status on risk management and safety, it's also very useful.

  • Army accidents continue downward trend

    Feb 4, 2014

    Following the Army's safest year on record, accidental fatalities fell once again during the first quarter of fiscal 2014, according to data recently released by the U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center.

  • 210th Field Artillery Brigade tests readiness to fight tonight

    Feb 4, 2014

    Soldiers from 210th Field Artillery Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division participate in a division-wide alert Jan. 27, 2014, on Camp Casey, South Korea. They were able to practice loading ammunitions and convoying to a secure location. The alert was to test and improve the unit's readiness to fight tonight to deter any aggressions towards the Republic of Korea.

  • MWR 'centralizes' services at Urlas

    Feb 4, 2014

    Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation at U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach held a grand opening for a new venue at Urlas Housing Jan. 31, 2014.

  • Schweinfurt Expats commentary: Where we've been, what we've been doing

    Feb 4, 2014

    The goal of the Schweinfurt Expats is to provide information, support and opportunities for Americans whose goal is to live and work in Schweinfurt.

  • Cruising Cappadocia: In the land of fairy chimneys

    Feb 4, 2014

    Central Turkey's Cappadocia region offers unique landscape worth exploring

  • Commentary - Is it really Black History Month?

    Feb 4, 2014

    February is Black History Month, a time set aside to highlight the achievements of African Americans. As an American I am more than proud of the contributions made by my ancestors to making this nation, this world, a better place to live.

  • NATO certified 'ready' at Grafenwoehr

    Feb 4, 2014

    With twenty-six NATO nations, including the United States, reducing the size of their defense spending and capability, the commanding general of the Allied Land Command NATO said that's more reason to work together.

  • Tobyhanna supports anti-IED systems

    Feb 4, 2014

    Jason Hamilton, an electronics mechanic at Tobyhanna Army Depot, reassembles a Duke primary unit. The Duke is a counter improvised explosive device (IED) system that jams frequencies to neutralize the threat of IEDs.

  • Mobile classes address specific contracting concerns

    Feb 4, 2014

    It began four years ago to meet the need to certify the growing number of contracting interns. Now it has become a program that addresses specific areas of concern within the Army contracting community.

  • Tobyhanna supports anti-IED systems

    Feb 4, 2014

    Marie Flint, materiel handler, takes inventory of a pallet of Duke secondary units as they arrive at Tobyhanna Army Depot. The Duke is a counter improvised explosive device (IED) system that jams frequencies to neutralize the threat of IEDs.

  • OER training comes to APG

    Feb 4, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - A mobile training team from the U.S. Army Human Resources Command (HRC) briefed more than 200 APG Soldiers and civilians Jan. 22 and 23 on the Officer Evaluation Report (OER), in the Mallette Hall Auditorium.

  • Two from DTA Win Awards at Army Photo Contest

    Feb 4, 2014

    Two members of the Detroit Arsenal landed awards recently in the 2013 Digital Photo Contest.

  • AFAP tackles community concerns

    Feb 4, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - The 2013 Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) symposium brought out a variety of military and civilian members of Team APG who were ready to tackle new and old issues affecting the installation.

  • ACS program prevents, empowers

    Feb 4, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - APG�'s Army Community Service recently welcomed two new Family Advocacy Program employees. The Family Advocacy Program is a congressionally mandated program intended to prevent and reduce incidences of violence and create an environment intolerant of domestic abuse.

  • Soldiers weather storm, peers at historic Small Arms Championship

    Feb 4, 2014

    More than 200 Soldiers from around the force competed against each other and Mother Nature at the history-making 2014 U.S. Army Small Arms Championship. Snow, ice and bone-chilling weather, combined with the highest female participation in two decades and the crowning of a five-time champ, made this year's iteration of the Army's premier marksmanship training event one to remember for years to come.

  • Students amaze Newsome during school visit

    Feb 4, 2014

    Maj. Jennifer Newsome talked all day while in school and didn�'t get into any trouble. Newsome, the Washington Division Chief, Army Contracting Command-Redstone, Ala., visited students at Louis J. Morris Elementary School in Huntsville, Ala., where she read to a group of first-graders and participated in a question and answer session with third- and fourth-graders. Newsome said the experience was nothing less than extraordinary.

  • Tobyhanna supports anti-IED systems

    Feb 4, 2014

  • Father administers oath of enlistment to daughter

    Feb 4, 2014

    A group of about 15 Soldiers from the Army Sustainment Command gathered in a conference room at Rock Island Arsenal, Ill., Jan. 31, to witness a father administer the oath of enlistment to his daughter.

  • COIN experts say operational context is key

    Feb 4, 2014

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