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  • General offers insight into progress, challenges in Iraq

    Mar 23, 2010

    Lt. Gen. Charles H. Jacoby Jr. returned from Iraq March 14 with I Corps headquarters and said the successful election there was the culmination of his command's year-long mission.

  • 4TROOPS' concert debut draws standing ovation aboard USS Intrepid

    Mar 22, 2010

    Four former Soldiers from the Army Entertainment Division drew a standing ovation aboard the USS Intrepid during their inaugural concert taped March 15 for a television show that will air in June on PBS.

  • Shinseki announces new VA center in New Orleans

    Mar 22, 2010

    Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki has announced the award of a $3.3 million contract by the Department of Veterans Affairs for pre-construction services for VA's new medical center in New Orleans.

  • More than 120 take Bataan Memorial March challenge in Kosovo

    Mar 22, 2010

    More than 120 people, including many KFOR Soldiers from Multi-National Battle Group-East, challenged themselves March 21 in the inaugural Bataan Memorial March here. The march took the participants up and over the hills of Camp Bondsteel and along trails surrounding the base.

  • Guard helps with flood control in North Dakota

    Mar 22, 2010

    Some 700 National Guard troops have been helping to prevent flooding in multiple counties in southeast North Dakota, including the largest city, Fargo.

  • Bataan Memorial Death March breaks record

    Mar 21, 2010

    A record-breaking 5,700 marchers participated in the 21st annual Bataan Memorial Death March, March 21, at White Sands Missile Range, N.M., to commemorate the sacrifices of those who battled on Bataan during World War II.

  • Military's only accredited high school graduates first class

    Mar 19, 2010

    The military's first ever accredited high school, the Patriot Academy, graduated its first class Thursday at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center near Butlerville, Ind.

  • Soule misses second Paralympic medal

    Mar 19, 2010

    Former Soldier Andy Soule missed the medal stand Wednesday by just more than a minute in the men's 12.5km on the final day of the biathlon competition at Whistler. As the only competitor to shoot four perfect rounds of five shots each, Soule could not catch the Russians in the final lap and finished 1:15.2 outside of third place.

  • National Guard must maintain readiness, McKinley tells panel

    Mar 19, 2010

    A new threat environment means a transformed National Guard should maintain its force following drawdowns in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Guard's highest-ranking general said Wednesday.

  • Under Secretary of Army visits Joint Task Force-Haiti

    Mar 19, 2010

    During a visit to Haiti March 18, Under Secretary of the Army Joseph W. Westphal visited with troops in Joint Task Force-Haiti.

  • Turkey joins Multi-National Battle Group-East

    Mar 19, 2010

    The nation of Turkey officially has joined Multi-National Battle Group-East in the overall mission to provide safety and security and freedom of movement anytime and anywhere in Kosovo.

  • Herschel Walker shares personal challenge with Guard members

    Mar 18, 2010

    Sports superstar Herschel Walker visited Army National Guard members to share his story about overcoming a mental illness and to help others understand the stigmas surrounding mental health disorders.

  • Duckworth, Vaught inducted into Army Women's Foundation hall of fame

    Mar 18, 2010

    The Army Women's Foundation inducted two new members into its hall of fame Wednesday following the Army Women in Transition Symposium on Capitol Hill.

  • Maj. Gen. Cucolo discusses drawdown, election

    Mar 18, 2010

    In a conference call from his headquarters in Northern Iraq March 11, Maj. Gen. Tony Cucolo, commanding general of Task Force Marne and U.S. Division-North, as well as the 3rd Infantry Division, told reporters that the number of troops in his area of responsibility will decrease from 22,000 to 8,600 by Sept. 1.

  • Forces Command staff face deadline on whether to move

    Mar 18, 2010

    For the past two weeks, more than 700 U.S. Army Forces Command employees have been considering their options ahead of an April 1 deadline to decide if they want to move with their headquarters.

  • New language-training detachments preparing Soldiers for Afghanistan

    Mar 18, 2010

    Soldiers at Fort Campbell, Ky., and Fort Carson, Colo., are now taking language courses that will better prepare them to meet the demands of operations in Afghanistan.

  • Hennis court-martial begins at Fort Bragg

    Mar 18, 2010

    Opening statements began Wednesday in the long-postponed court-martial case of United States v. Master Sgt. Timothy B. Hennis, his third trial in a decades-old murder case.

  • Chopper pilot receives Bronze Star for Vietnam

    Mar 18, 2010

    A retired warrant officer received a Bronze Star last week for actions he took some 40 years earlier as a helicopter pilot in Vietnam.

  • Army graduates new Master Resilience Trainers

    Mar 17, 2010

    About 200 Soldiers join the ranks of the Army's first several hundred master resilience trainers as they graduate today from the Army's new Master Resilience Training program.

  • Third Army conducting 'Responsible Drawdown' from Iraq

    Mar 17, 2010

    Third Army and other commands are in the process of conducting a 'Responsible Drawdown' from Iraq that is unprecedented in recent military history.

  • Army to reach 1:2 dwell in 2011, vice says

    Mar 17, 2010

    The Army's vice chief of staff said by 2011, Soldiers should find themselves spending twice as much time at home station as they do deployed.

  • Army helps Canadian unit train for Afghanistan

    Mar 17, 2010

    A Canadian Forces unit recently completed a rotation at the U.S. Army's National Training Center in preparation for its upcoming deployment to Afghanistan.

  • Army marches in Chicago Saint Patrick's Day Parade

    Mar 17, 2010

    Soldiers from the Chicago Recruiting Battalion, Army Reserve and the Wounded Heroes Foundation participated in the Chicago Saint Patrick's Day Parade Saturday.

  • Army Reserve swears in new top NCO

    Mar 17, 2010

    The 11th command sergeant major of the Army Reserve was sworn in Tuesday at the Pentagon after filling the position for nearly two months.

  • 82nd paratrooper searches for 'buried treasure' in Afghanistan

    Mar 17, 2010

    It's not uncommon to see Sgt. Benjamin Kirk Rudy walking around with an elaborate pirate-style coffee mug while spouting off some random pirate fact. What many don't know about this quirky, charismatic paratrooper is that there's more to his pirate obsession than meets the eye. He uses the pirate character as a way to bond with his two children during deployments.

  • 'Rock star' students inspire Guard officers

    Mar 16, 2010

    Two National Guard officers helped give 104 high school juniors and seniors a glimpse of the workings of government that included meetings with the president and a Supreme Court justice last week.

  • ATEC teams assess effectiveness of systems in combat

    Mar 16, 2010

    The Army Test and Evaluation Command has been deploying teams to the Iraq and Afghanistan theater to assess new systems under combat conditions.

  • U.S. Army South to assume responsibility as JTF-Haiti Headquarters

    Mar 16, 2010

    U.S. Army South continued to push Soldiers to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, during the past several days as its headquarters element deployed to provide support to the Joint Task Force-Haiti headquarters as part of Operation Unified Response.

  • Soldier receives tribal honor for service in Iraq

    Mar 16, 2010

    Throughout the history of the U.S. military, troops have been honored with awards and commendations for their service, especially for the times they have gone beyond what was required of them.

  • Puerto Rico plans to cancel previously issued birth certificates in July

    Mar 15, 2010

    Recent legislative action by Puerto Rico will soon begin affecting U.S. servicemembers from that territory.

  • Guard strives to improve medical readiness

    Mar 15, 2010

    The percentage of Army Guardsmen who are medically deployable is below the 75 percent goal set by the Department of Defense, and the Guard's Office of the Surgeon General is determined to improve it.

  • Top Afghan army NCO, police officer visit Camp Atterbury

    Mar 15, 2010

    The top noncommissioned officers of the Afghan National Army and Afghan National Police visited Camp Atterbury March 9 and 10, to learn about the training facilities that produce thousands of troops and civilians deploying to Afghanistan, and to brief Army officials on the situation in theatre.

  • Army vet wins first U.S. medal in Paralympic Biathlon

    Mar 15, 2010

    U.S. Army Afghanistan veteran Andy Soule Saturday won what was not only the first U.S. medal of the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games, but also the first-ever medal for the U.S. Paralympic Biathlon team.

  • Deadline for Global Assessment Tool approaching

    Mar 15, 2010

    The deadline is approaching for Soldiers to complete the Global Assessment Tool, part of a new Army-wide holistic initiative focused on building resilience: Comprehensive Soldier Fitness.

  • Soldiers look for better reaction time, increased lethality with modernization

    Mar 12, 2010

    Soldiers from 1st Combined Arms Battalion, 5th Brigade, 1st Armored Division, used the Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle and unmanned aerial systems in defensive and offensive training scenarios to improve awareness of hostile targets and increase reaction time and lethality of their fighting vehicles.

  • Civilians in surge to Afghanistan get training at Atterbury

    Mar 12, 2010

    In addition to the troop surge in Afghanistan, there's a civilian surge to supplement the military with teams of subject-matter experts in a variety of fields such as security, agribusiness and logistics.

  • Army vet to carry flag for U.S. Paralympic Team

    Mar 12, 2010

    Former Army Staff Sgt. Heath Calhoun, a veteran of the Iraq war and an alpine skier, has been selected as flag bearer for the U.S. team at Opening Ceremonies of the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games this evening.

  • World War II veterans honored by Hanks, Spielberg

    Mar 12, 2010

    About 250 veterans visited the National World War II Memorial for the first time Thursday and were honored by producers Tom Hanks and Stephen Spielberg in advance of their new HBO series, "The Pacific."

  • Soldiers, families asked to donate for Chile relief

    Mar 12, 2010

    After Soldiers and their families donated $574,285 to help earthquake victims in Haiti, Army chapels are again taking up collections for disaster relief -- this time for those in Chile.

  • Congress hears Army won't field ineffective gear

    Mar 12, 2010

    There's still room for improvement with equipment that will be fielded to Soldiers as part of enhanced brigade combat team modernization, but equipment will not go to the field if it is ineffective.

  • Army releases February suicide data

    Mar 11, 2010

    The Army released suicide data, March 11, for the month of February. Among active-duty Soldiers were one confirmed suicide, and 13 suspected suicides which remain under investigation.

  • CSA speaks to Veterans of Foreign Wars

    Mar 11, 2010

    Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr. discussed the state of the Army today and the path toward restoring balance during the annual Veterans of Foreign Wars legislative conference March 8 in Arlington, Va.

  • Iraqi security forces ensure safe national elections

    Mar 11, 2010

    In 2005, faced with staunch resistance from extremists, coalition forces provided security for Iraqis as they voted. Five years later, the role of U.S. forces has changed dramatically.

  • Soldiers jazz up Basra in Women's Day salute

    Mar 10, 2010

    Female Soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division's "Spirit of the First" chorus and band backed by the division's jazz combo took to the coffeehouse stage here for International Women's Day and a Women's History Month salute to legendary ladies of jazz March 8.

  • Soldiers transition Haiti responsibilities to U.N. forces

    Mar 10, 2010

    More than 470 soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, will depart Haiti Thursday after completing their relief missions in support of Operation Unified Response.

  • Guardsmen get their kicks with roller derby

    Mar 9, 2010

    Some Soldiers will do almost anything to stay in shape. In the case of three Soldiers from the Oklahoma Army National Guard, they are choosing to lace up some skates and strap on elbow and knee pads as members of the Oklahoma City Red Dirt Rebellion Rollergirls.

  • Army dominoes tourney can take winners to world championship in Vegas

    Mar 9, 2010

    The Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command is hosting the first U.S. Army Domino Championship, which runs through April 24.

  • Troopers have towering presence on border

    Mar 9, 2010

    The Iraqi Department of Border Enforcement, the Government of Iraq's primary force for border security and the interdiction of smuggling, continues to keep an eye on the border with Iran.

  • VA seeks fast track for Agent Orange claims

    Mar 9, 2010

    The Department of Veterans Affairs announced a new initiative to solicit private-sector input on a proposed "fast track" veterans' claims process for service-connected illnesses due to Agent Orange exposure during the Vietnam War.

  • Wounded warrior ties for National Geographic's Adventurer of Year

    Mar 8, 2010

    Wounded by a roadside bomb more than three years ago, Lt. Col. Marc Hoffmeister has surmounted his injuries to tie for the National Geographic magazine's Reader's Choice Adventurer of the Year Award.

  • Soldiers from 1-38 provide backup for Iraqi election security

    Mar 8, 2010

    Before the sun rose at Victory Base Complex, March 7, Soldiers from Company C, 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment found themselves poised to help Iraqi Security Forces protect voters at the national elections.

  • Paratroopers escort international team to observe Iraqi polling

    Mar 8, 2010

    In the truck was the self-described "last John Denver fan," a mountaineering Frenchman working for the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq as a polling center monitor, his colleague from Yemen who normally works with displaced persons, a 36-year veteran rifleman of the Fijian army, his United Nations security colleague, Rob, from Nashville, and five paratroopers from across the United States.

  • S1NET: online resource now caters to 44,000 members

    Mar 8, 2010

    Servicemembers and Department of Defense civilians know they can turn to human resources professionals when it comes to setting their records straight - but who can HR personnel turn to in a bind'

  • JTF-Haiti prepares to readjust its forces

    Mar 5, 2010

    Seven weeks after the earthquake that rocked the nation of Haiti, the U.S. military is preparing to readjust its forces as the government there and non-governmental organizations exercise more and more control.

  • Army approaches million unmanned flying hours

    Mar 5, 2010

    The Army is fast approaching one million hours of unmanned aviation flight with its unmanned aerial systems.

  • Senate resolution celebrates women in military

    Mar 5, 2010

    During the Joint Services Women's History Month Observance on Capitol Hill Thursday, a Senate Resolution to recognize the accomplishments of women in the military was presented and then accepted by a female wounded warrior.

  • Army pays final tribute to Gen. Haig

    Mar 4, 2010

    Gen. Alexander Haig's funeral took place Tuesday at Arlington National Cemetery and was attended by more than 100 fellow Soldiers, other servicemembers, foreign military officials and civilians.

  • OPMS aims to flex 'promotion treadmill' for broader assignments

    Mar 4, 2010

    Busting myths about the officer promotion system is the current business of a small task force at Human Resources Command.

  • Chef of Year event kicks off Culinary Arts Competition

    Mar 4, 2010

    Kitchens in the Joint Culinary Center of Excellence heated up early Sunday morning as the 35th U.S. Army Culinary Arts Competition began its first cooking event: Armed Forces Chef of the Year.

  • Sniper rifle improvements to see testing this spring

    Mar 4, 2010

    Candidates for an improved version of the Army's sniper rifle -- the M-24 -- are expected to go into testing this spring after industry reveals their efforts this month.

  • Soldiers check polling sites prior to Iraq's election

    Mar 3, 2010

    At the request of Iraqi security forces, U.S. Soldiers joined them Monday to patrol along sites that will be used in the upcoming March 7 election.

  • U.S. Army Europe changes sexual-assault reporting for civilians

    Mar 3, 2010

    A six-month pilot program, that began March 1, is now giving adult civilian beneficiaries of the military healthcare system in U.S. Army Europe the option to file a restricted report for sexual assaults.

  • Half-marathon honors fallen warriors

    Mar 3, 2010

    Servicemembers from all military branches came together for the Fallen Soldier Half-Marathon Feb. 27 to pay tribute to those who died in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

  • Soldier, statesman buried in Arlington National Cemetery

    Mar 2, 2010

    The Army mourned the loss of a decorated four-star general turned statesman March 2 as Gen. Alexander Haig was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.

  • VA announces $41 million in hospital contracts

    Mar 2, 2010

    The Department of Veterans Affairs announced the award of two contracts totaling $41.5 million to create a "polytrauma center" that cares for the most severely injured veterans and to improve the existing wards at the Audie L. Murphy VA Medical Center.

  • Guardsman in Afghanistan watches daughter perform in Alaska

    Mar 2, 2010

    Thousands of miles away in Afghanistan, an Alaska Army National Guardsman was still able to see his 12-year-old daughter's school play at Trailside Elementary School in Anchorage, Alaska, Feb. 25.

  • Reserve Soldier claims All-Army Small Arms Championship

    Mar 2, 2010

    Close to 300 Soldiers from all elements of the Army descended on Fort Benning, Ga., Feb. 20-27, to take part in the 2010 All-Army Small Arms Championships, the Army's pre-eminent marksmanship training and competition.

  • Soldiers deploying to Afghanistan to get new MultiCam uniforms, boots, gear

    Mar 2, 2010

    Soldiers deploying to Afghanistan will be issued the new "MultiCam" fire-resistant Army Combat Uniform complete with new Mountain Combat Boots and MultiCam-patterned Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment, or MOLLE, gear beginning in July.

  • Medic certifies Iraqi Kurdish troops as Combat Life Savers

    Mar 2, 2010

    The room full of Iraqi Kurdish Soldiers remained quiet as they focused their full attention on the American at the front of the room.

  • Army solicits proposals for new combat vehicle

    Mar 2, 2010

    The Army released a request for proposal Feb. 25, for the Ground Combat Vehicle -- marking an official start for defense contractors to begin competing for the right to build the service's next combat vehicle.

  • G-6 launches 'Apps for the Army' challenge

    Mar 1, 2010

    The Army announced its first internal applications-development challenge. The program, called "Apps for the Army," or A4A, gives Army personnel the opportunity to demonstrate their software- development skills.

  • U.S. engineers train Haitians to assess building damage

    Mar 1, 2010

    The Naval Facilities Engineering Command partnered with Army engineers, Navy Seebees, and engineers from the Air Force to train Haitian engineers on building assessment, to ensure Haitian citizens are living in structurally-sound buildings.

  • Former Soldier drives USA 1 to Olympic gold in four-man bobsled

    Mar 1, 2010

    Former U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program bobsledder Steven Holcomb ended Team USA's 62-year gold medal drought in Olympic bobsleigh competition by driving Justin Olsen, Steve Mesler and Curtis Tomasevicz to victory in the four-man event Saturday at Whistler Sliding Centre.

  • Elections part of big picture in Iraq

    Feb 27, 2010

    Iraqi police are preparing themselves for the elections in Iraq. With the help of U.S. forces, they have been working to build a safe and secure environment, not only during the elections, but long after the last ballot is cast.

  • Plan to reduce warrior tasks, battle drills forwarded to CSA

    Feb 26, 2010

    The deputy commanding general for Initial Military Training said he hopes the current warrior tasks and battle drills that all Soldiers are expected to know will be reduced significantly to stop what he called "task paralysis."

  • Army helps relocate bald eaglets

    Feb 26, 2010

    Federal, state and non-governmental agencies worked together to successfully remove two six-week old bald eaglets Thursday from a nest near two Herbert Hoover Dike Rehabilitation Project sites in Palm Beach County.

  • Guard athlete finishes sixth in Olympic women's bobsledding

    Feb 26, 2010

    Army National Guard bobsled pilot Sgt. Shauna Rohbock teamed with Michelle Rzepka to finish sixth in the Olympic women's bobsled event Wednesday at the Whistler Sliding Centre.

  • Military Saves Week encourages 'saving' mentality

    Feb 26, 2010

    "Start small, think big:" Military Saves Week's slogan for 2010 emphasized its goal-to get Soldiers and Department of Defense civilians in a 'saving' mentality. The week-long Feb. 21-28 campaign, partnered with the national America Saves program, and the DoD Financial Readiness Campaign, played out in the form of financial planning events on military installations across the country.

  • U.S. military assesses outlying support network in Haiti

    Feb 26, 2010

    The deputy commanding general of Joint Task Force-Haiti met with local non-governmental organizations and a U.S. Army civil affairs team during a visit to discuss the needs of communities outside the nation's capital.

  • USAAC cyber efforts net Defense award

    Feb 26, 2010

    The U.S. Army's online recruiting strategy is the best in the defense industry, according to the Fourth Annual Human Capital Management For Defense Awards Ceremony Feb. 17.

  • Army to balance Iraq drawdown, reset for least impact on Soldiers

    Feb 26, 2010

    The process of drawing down and resetting equipment in Iraq to meet the 2011 pull-out deadline set by the president must not affect Soldier dwell time.

  • Some West Point seats for Soldiers go vacant

    Feb 25, 2010

    The U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., long renowned for cultivating some of America's most celebrated leaders, offers 170 slots each year for prior-service Soldiers, yet many go unfilled.

  • Soldiers aid avalanche victims in Afghanistan

    Feb 25, 2010

    Soldiers from the 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, Task Force Falcon, flew to the aid of avalanche victims in northern Afghanistan, Feb. 9.

  • Army Emergency Relief campaign begins March 1

    Feb 25, 2010

    The annual Army Emergency Relief campaign kicks off March 1 and will run through May 15.

  • $1.9 billion in research to focus on protecting Soldiers

    Feb 24, 2010

    The Army's fiscal 2011 science and technology budget that recently went forward for approval tops out at $1.9 billion and includes funding for advanced medical and force protection research efforts.

  • Army's budget request prioritizes BCT Modernization

    Feb 24, 2010

    The new Brigade Combat Team Modernization plan and the Army's goal to "achieve balance" by 2011 are among top priorities in the Army's budget request for next year.

  • Soldiers shine in Olympic two-man bobsleds at Whistler

    Feb 24, 2010

    Sgt. John Napier reacted like a 6-year-old boy on Christmas morning after he drove Team USA II to a 10th-place finish in the Olympic two-man bobsled event Feb. 20-21 at Whistler Sliding Centre.

  • U.S., Iraqi forces secure election sites

    Feb 24, 2010

    Soldiers of the 69th Armor Regiment and Iraqi Security Forces in Babil Province have joined forces to ensure the safety of Iraqi citizens during the upcoming national elections, only the second such elections since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein.

  • Iraqi border police conduct weapons classes

    Feb 24, 2010

    In Maysan Province, more than 80 kilometers from the nearest major city, a group of Iraqi border guards stand on Iraq's eastern frontier, their every move observed by Iranian sentries a few hundred meters away.

  • Bobsledding Soldiers' attention turns to Olympic four-man event

    Feb 24, 2010

    U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program bobsled pilot Sgt. John Napier feels more at home with WCAP brakeman 1st Lt. Chris Fogt in his Olympic four-man sled at the Whistler Sliding Centre.

  • CROWS surge to Afghanistan along with troops

    Feb 23, 2010

    With the surge to Afghanistan now underway, thousands of XM-153 Common Remotely Operated Weapons Stations, known as CROWS, will soon be taking flight to strengthen U.S. Army forces in theater.

  • VA Secretary visits Bliss, outlines goals for veterans

    Feb 23, 2010

    More than 50 veterans gathered Feb. 19 to hear Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki speak about his goals to improve the quality of life for veterans at the El Paso, Texas, VA Health Care System facility.

  • Army testing new airdrop system for Afghanistan

    Feb 23, 2010

    The supply requirement in Afghanistan will dramatically increase this year according to the Army's top logistician, and he said the Army is testing a new airdrop system to help meet the demand.

  • Teela finishes 29th in Olympic biathlon 15K mass start

    Feb 23, 2010

    U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program biathlete Sgt. Jeremy Teela battled illness to finish 29th in the Olympic men's 15-kilometer mass start Sunday at Whistler Olympic Park.

  • JTF-Haiti awaits final World Food Program requirements

    Feb 22, 2010

    The World Food Program ended the interim stage of its food distribution program in Haiti Feb. 20. Over 19 million pounds of bulk food rations have been given out to about 2 million Haitians thus far.

  • Highly decorated Vietnam hero gets final honors

    Feb 22, 2010

    One of America's most decorated Soldiers, Col. Robert L. Howard, was laid to rest Feb. 22 in Arlington National Cemetery, after having served his country for nearly half a century.

  • AFRICOM commander, New Orleans engineer get BEYA awards

    Feb 22, 2010

    The commanding general of U.S. Africa Command and a young structural engineer working for the Army in New Orleans were recognized Saturday at the 24th Annual Black Engineer of the Year Awards.

  • Army Technology Live debuts free iPhone app

    Feb 22, 2010

    The Army's official science and technology blog released a free iPhone application Feb. 19. The application puts Army technology news, social media and job postings in one location.

  • U.S. troops help set up camp for Haitian families

    Feb 22, 2010

    U.S. Special Operations servicemembers helped a non-governmental organization deliver and set up nearly 100 tents for Haitian citizens living in a camp in Port-au-Prince.

  • Holcomb leads Team USA in Olympic bobsled event

    Feb 22, 2010

    Former U.S. World Class Athlete Program bobsled driver Steven Holcomb finished sixth in the two-man Olympic Bobsled competition late Sunday and said he looks forward to the upcoming four-man event and ending the USA's 62 years with no gold in the sport.

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