Archive: Oct 2006

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  • Guard chief stresses importance of Ohio-Serbian alliance

    Oct 31, 2006

    LTG H Steven Blum and U.S. and Serbian officials embraced and promoted a new National Guard State Partnership Program between Serbia and the state of Ohio.

  • Army wins 2006 Ironman competition

    Oct 31, 2006

    The Army once again this year took top honors in the Military Division of the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii, Oct. 21.

  • McKiernan to retirees: More USAREUR changes on the way

    Oct 31, 2006

    In a speech before a gathering of military retirees, Gen. David McKiernan, commander of U.S. Army Europe, noted that they saw the Cold War end and the war on terror begin. Accordingly, he said, they will live through more major events in Europe as the command continues changing to meet future missions and threats.

  • 82nd, Afghan National Army, police train at Fort Polk

    Oct 31, 2006

    Forty two members of the Afghan National Army and police arrived at the Joint Readiness Training Center here Oct. 23, to begin working side by side with the 82nd Airborne Division family, 4th Brigade Combat Team from Fort Bragg, N.C.

  • Why Army Strong'

    Oct 31, 2006

    I have to admit when I first heard Aca,!EoeArmy StrongAca,!a,,c I thought, Aca,!A"ThatAca,!a,,cs it'Aca,!' But as IAca,!a,,cve thought about it, Army Strong is much more than two words. It represents the best of the Army; the best of America; the best of each and every Soldier.

  • 'Grey Wolf' Soldiers turn CHUs into home

    Oct 31, 2006

    When Soldiers of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, arrived at Forward Operating Base Warhorse early this month, many wanted nothing more than a warm bed and a place to call home. They may not be Aca,!A"home,Aca,!' but they do have a place to make their own.

  • Army fields its first light-weight howitzer

    Oct 31, 2006

    With the recent delivery of eighteen new M777 lightweight 155mm howitzers to the ArmyAca,!a,,cs 2nd Battalion, 11th Field Artillery, at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, the King of Battle Aca,!" the field artilleryAca,!a,,cs nickname Aca,!" took a giant step forward.

  • 173rd paratroopers jump en masse

    Oct 31, 2006

    As eight C-130 Hercules transports slowed to 130 knots at just 800 feet above the ground, more than 700 U.S. and German paratroopers jumped from the aircraft, living up to the embroidered wings on their uniform sleeves.

  • American Indians in the U.S. Army

    Oct 31, 2006

    During the month of November, we pay special tribute to the call to duty and distinguished service of American Indians in the U.S. Army.

  • The Army Today 10-31-06

    Oct 31, 2006

    Gail McCabe talks to the Deputy Commanding Officer of Ft. Jackson about Basic Training changes. <a href = "http://www.jackson.army.mil/">Ft. Jackson</a>.

  • Basic Training Image Slideshow

    Oct 30, 2006

    This is a collection of basic training images from army images.

  • Cadet's pumpkin proclaims 'Army Strong'

    Oct 30, 2006

    U.S. Military Academy Cadet Third Class Jason Schreuder is doing his part to help the Army advertise the new Aca,!A"Army StrongAca,!' campaign.

  • Iraqi Army reopens water treatment facility

    Oct 30, 2006

    Iraqi Soldiers took a step closer to independence with the reopening of a water treatment facility at Camp Blue Diamond.

  • Iraqi Army getting first-rate advice

    Oct 30, 2006

    Today, approximately 89 Iraqi Army combat battalions, 30 brigade headquarters and six division headquarters control their own battlespace. Members of the Military Transition Teams at Camp Taji play a key role in this process, as they slowly, but surely, train the Iraqi Army to ultimately assume independence.

  • Army Secretary Swears In Three New Civilian Aides

    Oct 28, 2006

    Secretary of the Army Francis Harvey invested three civilian aides in a ceremony held today in the Pentagon. The newest Civilian Aides to the Secretary of the Army (CASAs), Keith Bjerke, from Fargo, N.D., Bill LaPrise, from Miamisburg, Ohio, and Harry Sieben, from Minneapolis, Minn., were selected by Harvey to support the Army throughout their state and local communities.

  • AW2 Symposium: Soldiers, families stitch lives back together

    Oct 28, 2006

    Some wounds are still healing. Some losses, like limbs, will never be replaced. At the ArmyAca,!a,,cs Wounded Warrior Symposium in Arlington this week, 55 severely injured Soldiers and their families opened up about the most painful, trying events of their lives.

  • Innovative engineering preserves popular recreation site

    Oct 27, 2006

    Each year primarily during the summer months, hundreds of visitors, nature enthusiasts, recreation seekers, and local residents visit VermontAca,!a,,cs 850-acre Waterbury Reservoir campsite. They make the journey to enjoy the outdoor activities available along the 19 miles of pristine shoreline. They find the popular area perfect for camping, fishing, hiking, and water sports.

  • U.S., Iraqi Soldiers Uncover Weapons Caches

    Oct 27, 2006

    Iraqi Army soldiers discovered multiple weapons caches during joint patrols with paratroopers from Company D, 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, Oct. 21-22, in a village north of Samarra, Iraq.

  • Indiana National Guard heads for the border

    Oct 26, 2006

    Forty four Indiana National Guard soldiers climbed aboard a plane headed for Arizona yesterday morning, joining up to 6,000 National Guard members from across the nation in support of the border patrol mission, Operation Jump Start.

  • Warfighters get group dining on the go

    Oct 26, 2006

    The Natick Soldier Center's Unitized Group Ration-Express provides a group dining capability anytime, anywhere. With a quick pull of a tab, the meals are ready in 30 to 45 minutes and provide a change of pace from Meals, Ready-to-Eat (MREs). UGR-E modules serve hot meals for up to 18 warfighters without requiring kitchen equipment, cooks, fuel or a power source. UGR-Es also reduce the costs and logistical burden associated with using a field kitchen.

  • Raising the HEAT: Rollover Simulator Set to Deploy

    Oct 26, 2006

    Hoping to reduce casualties suffered in Humvee rollover accidents, Army officials are fielding a new simulator they hope will prevent deaths and injuries in such accidents.

  • FCS opens test complex at White Sands Missile Range

    Oct 26, 2006

    Soldiers, civilian employees and media representatives got a look at the future of warfighting when a robot did the honors of cutting the ribbon at a grand opening for the Future Combat Systems Test Operations Complex at White Sands Missile Range Oct. 23.

  • Loss of limb no hurdle for Ohio combat veteran

    Oct 26, 2006

    On a remote stretch of road on a sweltering desert evening in August, 2004, Soldiers from the Chillicothe-based A Company, 216th Engineer Battalion, wrapped up a long day's work and prepared to head back to their temporary base of operations near Samarra, Iraq.

  • Iraqi 'tiger team' fights for detainee rights

    Oct 26, 2006

    Iraqi Security Forces are operating with increasing success, capturing a growing number of suspected terrorists and insurgents daily. ThatAca,!a,,cs where the Tiger Team comes in.

  • Austin Police, Fire officials help Iraqis aim for better public services

    Oct 26, 2006

    Three representatives from police and fire departments in Austin, Texas, met with Iraqi emergency services officials Oct. 18 to discuss ways to improve existing Iraqi emergency medical systems here.

  • Army Ground forces Band performs at local college

    Oct 26, 2006

    Multiple standing ovations greeted the Soldier/musicians of U.S. Army Forces Command's "Concert Band" Oct. 5, during their free, public show at the Falany Performing Arts Center on the campus of Reinhardt College in Waleska, Ga.

  • 1st Division Soldier identified, laid to rest

    Oct 25, 2006

    The Army came one step closer to bringing home all its missing Soldiers last month and confirmed to the world that the United States never forgets its missing and fallen service members.

  • First Reserve Army Liaison Team stands up

    Oct 25, 2006

    As the U.S. Army restructures its force, the 7th Army Reserve Command transitions, along with the Active Component, by establishing the first Army Reserve Army Liaison Team (ALT).

  • USAREUR Command Sgt. Maj. pushes NCO development, growth in coalition militaries who are in the GWOT

    Oct 25, 2006

    U.S. Army, Europe's command sergeant major says he is a man on a mission: promoting the growth of a professional noncommissioned officer corps in the militaries of coalition nations.

  • Warrior Training Center at Ft. Lee

    Oct 25, 2006

    The Warrior Training Center at Ft. Lee trains Army Reserve Soldiers to perform missions as combat Soldiers in tactical environments. Jason Bowman reports.

  • Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps at Yorktown

    Oct 25, 2006

    The Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps performs at a celebration commemorating the 225th anniversary of the American victory at Yorktown, Va., during the Revolutionary War. This photo appeared on www.army.mil.

  • Checkup

    Oct 25, 2006

    Capt. Gwynne Kinley, from the 96th Civil Affairs Battalion, examines a patient during a medical assistance mission in Hindi, Kenya. This photo appeared on www.army.mil.

  • US Army Field Band at Monterey Jazz Festival

    Oct 25, 2006

    The U.S. Army Band's Army Blues perform at the Monterey Jazz Festival.

  • Family violence 'readiness issue'

    Oct 25, 2006

    Domestic violence in Army families is both a 'people' issue and also one of readiness, Lt. Gen. Ray Odierno, commander of III Corps and Fort Hood, told an audience of Army leaders Oct. 7.

  • 4-9 Cav Troopers earn their spurs

    Oct 25, 2006

    During the last century, the Army has transformed itself into the modern fighting force it is today. Armored tanks replaced horses and some of the traditions were left by the wayside however, the cavalry tradition of wearing a Stetson and spurs is still alive and well today.

  • Hood's Darnall Medical Center awarded for evacuation efforts

    Oct 25, 2006

    Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center accepted this yearAca,!a,,cs Bell County JudgeAca,!a,,cs Meritorious Service Award during a ceremony Oct. 18 for its outstanding role of medical evacuation efforts and subsequent care for Soldiers returning from battle in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Army activates IMCOM to improve Soldier support

    Oct 25, 2006

    The Army activated the Installation Management Command Oct. 24 to consolidate and strengthen installation support services to Soldiers and their families through the full authority of command.

  • Add-on-armor team empowers engineers, saves lives

    Oct 25, 2006

    Maintenance personnel with the 16th Engineer Brigade have saved money, time and lives by adding armor to engineer construction equipment.

  • CWO3 awarded Distinguished Flying Cross

    Oct 25, 2006

    Back in March in Iraq, Chief Warrant Officer 3 Lori Hill, with the 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, was piloting her Kiowa Warrior when the lead chopper came under heavy fire. She drew the fire away, simultaneously providing suppressive fire for the troops engaged with the enemy on the ground.

  • Cheney Praises Indiana Guard, Pledges U.S. Support For Iraq

    Oct 24, 2006

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 20, 2006 Aca,!" National Guard members perform vital stateside and overseas duties as America stays on the offense to defeat global terrorism, Vice President Richard B. Cheney said at Camp Atterbury, Ind., today.

  • Dining facility boosts Soldier morale in Iraq

    Oct 24, 2006

    Napoleon Bonaparte is credited with having first uttered the famous words: Aca,!A"An Army travels on its stomach.Aca,!'

  • Warfighters get group dining on the go

    Oct 24, 2006

    The Natick Soldier Center's Unitized Group Ration-Express provides a group dining capability anytime, anywhere.

  • RMA Land Transfer

    Oct 23, 2006

    The Army transfers more than 7,000 acres of Rocky Mountain Arsenal to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service to make the nations largest wildlife refuge.

  • Loose bumper, black flag spoil strong run for Army team

    Oct 23, 2006

    Joe Nemechek\'s strong run in Sunday\'s Nextel Cup event came to a halt when he was black flagged by NASCAR on Lap 389 of 500 to repair damage to the No. 01 U.S. Army Chevrolet.

  • 172nd Soldiers Deliver 75 Generators

    Oct 23, 2006

    Multi-National Division Aca,!" Baghdad soldiers conducted a humanitarian aid mission Oct. 13 in BaghdadAca,!a,,cs Karkh district.

  • Basic Training Encouragement

    Oct 23, 2006

    Sgt. Primus Brown, a drill sergeant, and recruits offer words of encouragement to a trainee negotiating the obstacle course at Fort Benning, Ga. This photo appeared on www.army.mil.

  • AUSA Schoomaker Quote

    Oct 23, 2006

  • Fort Lewis Soldiers, families line up to meet Emeril

    Oct 23, 2006

    In a show of support for troops, the man who coined the terms "kicked up" and "Bam!" held a book-signing event at the Post Exchange Oct. 12 as part of his current book tour.

  • 82nd Airborne's 'most decorated' visits Knox

    Oct 23, 2006

    Before he left for war, Jim Magellas entered the Army at Fort Knox as a fresh-faced ROTC lieutenant.

  • Soldier in Iraq connects with family during live TV event

    Oct 23, 2006

    A Massachusetts Soldier deployed to Iraq got a precious few moments to speak with family members Sunday Aca,!" in front of an audience of more than 1,500 people. Staff Sgt. John Heenan, combat historian, 126th Military History Detachment, spoke with family members live via satellite during the Memorial Concert and Tribute to TodayAca,!a,,cs War Heroes at Mechanics Hall in Worcester, Mass.

  • Limits of power: keeping the lights on in Iraq

    Oct 23, 2006

    Everybody knows the bad news: In September, the lights were on in Baghdad for around four hours a day. One study has October's levels so far at 2.4, the lowest since the invasion. A lot of Iraqi public opinion runs on rumors, and those with their ears pricked will tell you that after three-plus years and billions of reconstruction dollars, there's a sneaking suspicion out in town that the U.S., who's been putting men in orbit for four decades, could have had Baghdad twinkling like Times Square years ago if they wanted to. The conspiracy theory goes that the Americans have, insidiously, chosen not to. That they're keeping Iraqis down, man. Either that, or we just don't care.

  • Cyber affairs - are they the new adultery'

    Oct 23, 2006

    With the availability of chat rooms and groups on Internet Web sites, the temptation to meet new people online increases, according to ChatCheaters.com, a Web site created to help couples struggling with Internet infidelity and how to work through the problems.

  • Army Materiel Command stands-up Army Sustainment Command

    Oct 23, 2006

    Gen. Benjamin S. Griffin, commanding general, U.S. Army Materiel Command, hosted a ceremony today standing-up the U.S. Army Sustainment Command at Rock Island Arsenal, Ill. The newest of AMCAca,!a,,cs major subordinate commands was created by transforming U.S. Army Field Support Command, an event that represents a major cultural shift in AMCAca,!a,,cs support to the field Army.

  • New command ready for unique mission

    Oct 19, 2006

    The ArmyAca,!a,,cs newest service component command has a dedicated mission unlike any other Aca,!" defending the homeland and supporting civil authorities during times of crisis. The U.S. Army North achieved full operational capability Oct. 16 following a year of intense planning, manning, equipping and training.

  • VA announces 'Veterans Pride' initiative

    Oct 19, 2006

    Leaders of major veterans organizations joined Veterans Affairs Secretary R. James Nicholson here yesterday in launching an effort to "kindle a new spark of patriotism" by asking men and women who have served in the military to wear their medals on Veterans Day.

  • Transcript of Fox News Radio Interview with Honorable Dr. Francis J. Harvey, Secretary of the Army,

    Oct 18, 2006

    Welcome back to Brian and the Judge. Finishing up this hour here on Fox News Talk we're happy to be joined now by Dr. Francis J. Harvey. Fran Harvey is the Secretary of the Army. Did you graduate from the University of Notre Dame, Mr. Secretary'

  • Transcript of Honorable Dr. Francis J. Harvey, Secretary of the Army, interview with the Laura Ingra

    Oct 18, 2006

    A little squib in most of your newspapers today says the following: "The Army has plans to keep the current level of soldiers in Iraq through 2010", its top officer said yesterday. A later date than the Bush administration or Pentagon officials have mentioned thus far. Joining us now to tell us about this is the Secretary of the Army, the Honorable Francis J. Harvey. Mr. Secretary, good to have you with us.

  • Army's last MASH becomes a CSH

    Oct 18, 2006

    Ending its almost eight-year run as the last of its kind, the 212th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital became the 212th Combat Support Hospital Oct. 16 on Miesau Army Depot in Kaiserslautern, Germany.

  • North Korea Quote

    Oct 18, 2006

    ItAca,!a,,cs a country that time has forgotten. We have to be prepared for war 365 days a year, because we never know when Kim Jong-il [son of the late, but delegated Aca,!EoeeternalAca,!a,,c North Korean president Kim II-Sung] will say, Aca,!EoeWe need to unify Korea today.Aca,!a,,c The possibility of war is never far from peopleAca,!a,,cs minds.

  • Cody Quote

    Oct 17, 2006

  • AUSA Quote

    Oct 17, 2006

    , at the AUSA Conference in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 10, 2006

  • A Soldier's Best Friend

    Oct 17, 2006

    A Soldiers from the 549th Military Police Company takes a rest with his sniffer dog during Operation Medusa in Mosul, Iraq. This photo appeared on www.army.mil.

  • Soldier Provides Security

    Oct 17, 2006

    Sgt. Roberto Herrera, from the Police Transition Team, 89th Military Police Brigade, provides security at an Iraqi police station in Ad Diwaniyah during a meeting between U.S. Soldiers and police officials. This photo appeared on www.army.mil.

  • Schumacher out in first round

    Oct 17, 2006

    U.S. Army Top Fuel driver, Tony "The Sarge" Schumacher, lost in the first round of eliminations of the rain-delayed Torco Racing Fuels Nationals here Sunday at Virginia Motorsports Park.

  • Cheney visits Fort Campbell Soldiers, families

    Oct 17, 2006

    Vice President Richard Cheney visited Fort Campbell Monday to thank Soldiers for their service and welcome home members of the 101st Airborne Division from a yearlong deployment to Iraq.

  • MND-B Soldiers distribute school supplies to Iraqi children

    Oct 17, 2006

    Multi -National Division Aca,!" Baghdad Soldiers delivered school supplies and soccer balls, all donated from organizations in the United States, to the children of a rural district in western Baghdad Oct. 12

  • Cheney meets with wounded Soldiers

    Oct 17, 2006

    Nine Fort Campbell Soldiers had the honor of personally interacting with Vice President Richard Cheney when he visited post Monday.

  • Army Takes Delivery of Cannon-firing Platform for FCS Manned Ground Vehicles

    Oct 17, 2006

    The Army today took delivery of the firing platform for a new cannon artillery system that will reduce battlefield risk to Soldiers, while meeting an essential Army modernization requirement.

  • 10th Mountain in Afghanistan

    Oct 17, 2006

  • Wounds of war

    Oct 17, 2006

    When Spc. Jay Erwin used to hear reporters speak of Aca,!A"woundedAca,!' Soldiers on the evening news, he envisioned troops with minor scrapes and bruises who medics could quickly patch up and send back into the fight after a day or two.

  • New medical clinic opens in Paktika

    Oct 17, 2006

    A new medical clinic will provide health care to the Sharana District of Paktika Province. Afghan officials welcomed the Khayr Khot Medical Clinic during a grand opening ceremony.

  • 3rd Infantry Division Soldiers stand tall at NASCAR race

    Oct 17, 2006

    Amid the whistles and cheers of more than 100,000 NASCAR fans, nearly 500 3rd Infantry Division Soldiers marched onto the track at Lowe's Motor Speedway Saturday evening.

  • U.S. Army Announces New 'Army Strong' Advertising Campaign; National Advertising Begins No

    Oct 16, 2006

    The U.S. Army announced Oct. 9 the start of its communication and education efforts to assist the Army family to communicate to the Nation about Soldier's skills, leadership, teamwork, and selfless service prior to the launch of a new Army advertising campaign. Army Secretary Dr. Francis J. Harvey unveiled the Army Strong campaign, a key component of the Army' recruiting and advertising efforts, at the 2006 Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

  • More than 300 Soldiers reenlist in record breaking ceremony

    Oct 16, 2006

    On the way to a yearlong deployment in Iraq, 307 Soldiers of the 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, participated in the ArmyAca,!a,,cs largest-ever reenlistment ceremony held during a deployment Saturday.

  • PSD: Not your everyday job

    Oct 16, 2006

    In the early morning hours, a Soldier awakens to the sound of his internal communications radio as a stern voice blaring over the radio instructs the leader to rally his men and be ready to move into southern Baghdad in less than 30 minutes.

  • Nemechek scores top-10 finish at Lowe's Motor Speedway

    Oct 16, 2006

    Joe Nemechek took advantage of two big breaks and went on to post a ninth-place finish in Saturday night's Bank of America 500 Nextel Cup race at Lowe's Motor Speedway.

  • Dog tags may be getting a makeover

    Oct 16, 2006

    Within the next three years dog tags could have every injury, every surgery, and every checkup of a servicememberAca,!a,,cs life on there, as well as name and blood type.

  • Iraq Quote

    Oct 14, 2006

    , commander of the civilian police assistance training team

  • SMA Remarks for 96th Infantry Division

    Oct 14, 2006

    Distinguished leaders, Soldiers of the 96th Infantry Division especially those Soldiers of our Greatest Generation here with us today, family and friends; welcome to your 48th reunion tour. For 48 years, you have been getting together to celebrate a brotherhood that was born more than 60 years ago.

  • Laptops keep wounded Soldiers connected to loved ones

    Oct 13, 2006

    Communicating with loved ones is now easier for some Soldiers rehabilitating at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

  • Army's largest 2006 land transfer doubles size of national wildlife refuge

    Oct 13, 2006

    U.S. Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne and EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson joined Army officials today in celebrating the expansion of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge in Commerce City, Colo.

  • Iraqi Security Forces making progress

    Oct 13, 2006

    The Iraqi Government and Security Forces are making considerable progress, according to a press briefing here Thursday outlining current operations.

  • 101st Airborne Soldiers at Sunset

    Oct 13, 2006

    Soldiers from Battery B, 3rd Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, pause at the end of a patrol near Wynot, Iraq.

  • U.S. Army Chorus

    Oct 13, 2006

    U.S. Army Chorus

  • Tafaria Raid

    Oct 13, 2006

    A Soldier from the 3rd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division participates in a raid near Tafaria, Iraq.

  • Dive Session

    Oct 13, 2006

    Army astronauts/aquanauts Col. Timothy J. Creamer (inside) and Lt. Col. Timothy L. Kopra take a break during a dive session for the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations, off the coast of Key Largo, Fla.

  • Fort Lee Marksmanship

    Oct 13, 2006

    Staff Sgt. Stacy-Lyn D. De La Hoz, from Space and Missile Defense Command, engages in advanced rifle marksmanship during the Best Warrior Competition, held at Fort Lee, Va.

  • 10th Annual Warfighter Competition

    Oct 13, 2006

    Sgt. Caleb Ball and another Soldier from the 716th Military Police Battalion participate in the 10th Annual Warfighter Competition, a three-day mental and physical endurance event involving military police units from around the world, held at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. This photo appeared on www.army.mil.

  • Ramadi Raid

    Oct 13, 2006

    Soldiers from Company B, 2nd Battalion, 6th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Division participate in a raid in their Bradley Fighting Vehicle in Ramadi, Iraq. This photo appeared on www.army.mil.

  • Afghanistan Patrol

    Oct 13, 2006

    Soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division patrol Nuristan Province, Afghanistan. This photo appeared on www.army.mil.

  • New Army Vessel Arrives in Hawaii

    Oct 13, 2006

    The Army logistic support vessel SSGT Robert T. Kuroda, LSV-7, has arrived at its homeport of Honolulu, Hawaii, after a 5,000-mile delivery voyage from its birthplace in Pascagoula, Miss.

  • Emmett, Alexander named Army's top Soldiers

    Oct 13, 2006

    Sergeant Major of the Army Kenneth Preston named Spc. John Emmett and Sgt. 1st Class Jason Alexander Soldier and Noncommissioned Officer of the Year at the Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting Oct. 9.

  • Soldiers honored for Pakistan earthquake relief

    Oct 13, 2006

    When a 7.6 magnitude earthquake devastated northern Pakistan last October, Soldiers from the 212th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital rushed its 84-bed hospital to the scene.

  • Army Secretary addresses Soldiers at AUSA annual meeting

    Oct 13, 2006

    Soldiers' minds, hearts, characters and sense of purpose must all be strong, Secretary of the Army Francis J. Harvey said Monday at the Association of the U.S. Army annual meeting as a video of Soldiers training and fighting played in the background.

  • Army recruiting messages help keep Army rolling along

    Oct 13, 2006

    Today's announcement of the Army's new advertising campaign "Army Strong" folllows earlier slogans of "Be All That You Can Be" and more recently "An Army of One" to attract recruits into the all-volunteer Army.

  • Memorial pays tribute to fallen Rangers

    Oct 13, 2006

    Nothing lasts forever, but the Rangers made a tribute last week to their fallen comrades that will last for generations by etching their names in granite.

  • Soldiers Battle Wildfires

    Sep 30, 2011

    Soldiers from Fort Lewis, Wash., are helping protect nearly 500 homes and other structures in Washington state as the Cedar Creek Fire burns near the town of Mazama.

  • Physical therapists help Soldiers rehabilitate in combat zone

    Oct 12, 2006

    When Soldiers were injured in previous deployments, they normally rehabilitated away from the combat zone. Soldiers now have another option as physical therapists begin deploying with brigade combat teams.

  • Tickets available for Soldier Show at Warner Theatre

    Oct 12, 2006

    Free tickets are now available for the U.S. Army Soldier Show's Oct. 28 performance at historic Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C.

  • Virginia National Guard eyes Web sites, blogs

    Oct 12, 2006

    Big Brother is not watching you, but 10 members of a Virginia National Guard unit might be.

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