Archive: Dec 2006

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  • Engineers Improving Oil Export

    Dec 21, 2006

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working on various projects to ramp up oil production for the newly democratic country and help improve Iraq's economy.

  • Earning Spurs

    Dec 21, 2006

    It's a rite of passage, on and off the battlefield. SGT Eric Pahon reports on a military time honored tradition that puts Soldiers in spurs.

  • USJFCOM Gets Approval to Connect U.S., Australian Networks

    Dec 21, 2006

    U.S. Joint Forces Command's recently received approval to connect the Joint Training and Experimentation Network and Australia's Defence Training and Experimentation Network , allowing the two countries to link simulation networks and efficiently train together across long distances. Chief Petty Officer Chris Hoffpauir has the story.

  • Lean Six Sigma improves Humvee repairs

    Dec 20, 2006

    A team from the 21st Theater Support Command is applying some focused fire to workplace inefficiency. And now they're seeing immediate results.

  • Coalition turns over An Najaf to Iraqis

    Dec 20, 2006

    The security and governance of nearly one-million An Najaf citizens was officially transferred to Provincial Iraqi Control in a ceremony here in southern Iraq Dec. 20.

  • Soldiers Missing In Action From Vietnam War are Identified

    Dec 20, 2006

    The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that the remains of three U.S. servicemen, missing in action from the Vietnam War, have been identified and returned to their families for burial with full military honors.

  • Iraqis Graduate from Police Academy

    Dec 20, 2006

    New recruits, who graduated from the Transition Integration Police Academy on Dec. 17, will join Iraqi police stations throughout the 37 districts of the province to help make the Kirkuk area safer.

  • Removing weapons from Landikheyl

    Dec 20, 2006

    Soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division and the Connecticut Army National Guard discover weapons caches in Landikheyl, Afghanistan, in November.

  • Dempsey: Iraqi forces will improve dramatically

    Dec 20, 2006

    The improvements in the Iraqi security forces over the next six months will be dramatic, said Lt. Gen. Martin Dempsey, commander, Multinational Security Transition Command Iraq.

  • GEN Cody on Draft / W2s on MyPay

    Dec 20, 2006

    GEN Cody says a draft will not solve the problems in Iraq; W2s can be located on MyPay.

  • Eager to jump

    Dec 20, 2006

    Paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division board a C-130 aircraft for a jump over Fort Bragg, N.C., Dec. 16. With them are German and Australian jumpmasters.

  • Goodwill mission

    Dec 20, 2006

    Spc. Danielle Deal, from Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, visits a student in a Djibouti school after handing out school supplies to the children.

  • Reconciliation proceeds as Iraqi forces strengthen

    Dec 20, 2006

    The Iraq national reconciliation conference is an important step that the prime minister has taken, said Maj. Gen. William Caldwell, coalition spokesman.

  • Lt. Gen. Martin Dempsey quote

    Dec 20, 2006

    Lt. Gen. Martin Dempsey, commander, Multinational Security Transition Command Iraq, in a Dec. 19, 2006 interview from Baghdad.

  • Interrogation Exercise

    Dec 20, 2006

    Role-players ad realism to an exercise in which 524th Military Intelligence Battalion Soldiers hone their skills on collecting information interrogations. PVT Daniel Pauletto reports from Camp Casey, Korea.

  • Space Tracking and Surveillance System - Delivers Second Sensor

    Dec 20, 2006

    The Missile Defense Agency's (MDA) Space Tracking and Surveillance System (STSS) Program has delivered the second of two Block 2006 sensor payloads, marking another major milestone toward providing a space-based capability for the Ballistic Missile Defense System. The first sensor payload was delivered in March 2006.

  • TacSat-2 Launched Into Space With Flawless Liftoff

    Dec 20, 2006

    Successfully launched onboard a Minotaur I rocket, the TacSat-2 spacecraft has commenced operations on a planned six to 12-month experimental mission Dec. 16 from the NASA's Wallops Island Flight Facility near Wallops Island, Va.

  • Army accelerates conversion of brigade combat teams

    Dec 20, 2006

    The Army announced today it is accelerating the modular conversion of two active-component brigade combat teams to increase the number of combat and combat-support units available for current and future combat and homeland-defense missions.

  • Army Accelerates Pace of Modular Conversion

    Dec 19, 2006

    The U.S. Army announced today it will accelerate the modular conversion of two active-component Brigade Combat Teams, increasing the combat capability of the Nation's available Army forces. While already planned, the modular conversion of these two units ahead of schedule marks another positive milestone in the ongoing transformation of the Army premier fighting unit: the Brigade Combat Team.

  • Flight Surgeons Certify Afghan Army Aviators

    Dec 19, 2006

    The partnership between the 10th Combat Aviation Brigade and Afghan National Army Air Corps was strengthened Nov. 20 when the staff of the Camp Albert Aid Station initiated flight physicals for 20 Afghan aviators.

  • Making Contacts in Baghdad

    Dec 19, 2006

  • Instructors see double at schoolhouse

    Dec 19, 2006

    Four Soldiers from A Company, 264th Medical Battalion, are causing more than a few instructors to do a double take here at the Army Medical Department Center and School. Even in a sea of green, it's tough to miss two sets of identical twins. "I couldn't tell the Jackson twins apart until about three weeks into training," said Staff Sgt. Veronica McKenzie, the Jackson twins' drill sergeant. "I'd start yelling at one, but it was the wrong one. I'd just tell him, 'Go tell your brother what I just told you.'" Pvts. Jerome and Joshua Jackson and Pvts. Chester and Lester Peak are hoping to leave a legacy at Fort Sam Houston, not so much for their similarities, but for their performance as individual Soldiers.

  • Moment in history bonds warriors

    Dec 19, 2006

    Sixty-five years after Imperial Japanese bombers attacked Pearl Harbor, Charles Horner, who lived through the "day of infamy," wanted to spend time meeting the warriors wounded in the global war on terrorism. Now 86 and living in a nursing home, Horner asked the staff at San Antonio's Heartland Health Care Center to help the visit happen through the center's "Heart's Desire" program.

  • Army chefs hone skills at Europe-wide workshop

    Dec 19, 2006

    Cooks from throughout U.S. Army Europe left Hanau Dec. 15 inspired to enhance the quality of culinary fare at dining facilities throughout the theater.

  • Soldiers can depend on cooks to come through with a hot meal

    Dec 19, 2006

    The 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment Soldiers at Forward Operating Base Brassfield-Mora enjoy good food thanks to their great cooks.

  • 173rd Concludes E.I.B. Testing

    Dec 19, 2006

    Almost 800 troops from the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team and Southern European Task Force recently tested for the coveted Expert Infantryman Badge, or E.I.B. Petty Officer JT Bolestridge joins us from Italy and has more on how the testing went.

  • Postal workers deliver morale during holiday season

    Dec 19, 2006

    For deployed Soldiers, gifts and holiday cheer usually come through the postal service.

  • 6th SOPS Delivers Critical Weather Data to Warfighters

    Dec 19, 2006

    The squadron's data transforms weather from a force of nature warfighters must endure into a force they can use to their advantage. "Every time we sit on console, we're directly supporting the warfighting user," said Lt. Col. Byron Hays the 6th SOPS commander.

  • Soldiers honor defense secretaries

    Dec 19, 2006

    Soldiers were among the participants at the Pentagon for the farewell ceremony for Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld Dec. 15 and the swearing in ceremony of the new defense secretary, Robert Gates Dec. 18.

  • Providing cover

    Dec 19, 2006

    Cpl. Sean Mckenrick (left) and a fellow Soldier provide security as their platoon searches a house during a raid in Al Saab Bour, Iraq, Dec. 1. The Soldiers are from the 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division (Light).

  • Eye in the sky

    Dec 19, 2006

    Chief Warrant Officer Mike Zanders, from the 17th Cavalry Regiment, conducts a preflight inspection on the thermal imaging sensor of an OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter at Forward Operating Base Sykes, Iraq, on Dec. 3.

  • Army Announces Results of Third Mental Health Advisory Team Survey

    Dec 19, 2006

    The Department of the Army announced Dec. 19 the results of the Army's third Mental Health Advisory Team, which is a snapshot of the morale and mental health of deployed Soldiers last Fall in Iraq.

  • Secretary of Defense Robert Gates quote

    Dec 19, 2006

    Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, during his swearing in ceremony at the Pentagon Dec. 18, 2006.

  • 172nd Reflagged

    Dec 19, 2006

    The 172nd SBCT gets reflagged and becomes 1st SBCT 25th ID.

  • Iraqi Shiite national police help displaced Sunni Muslims

    Dec 19, 2006

    Iraq's predominantly Shiite national police force presented the Red Crescent with three truckloads of clothing to be distributed among the nearly 1,500 displaced Sunni Muslims living in the Samarra area.

  • Soldiers train to protect North America from terrorist attacks

    Dec 19, 2006

    Canadian and U.S. Soldiers and other personnel participated in an exercise involving multiple simulated attacks against the military and state and federal agencies throughout North America.

  • Oregon National Guard supports Mount Hood rescue effort

    Dec 19, 2006

    After finding the body of one missing climber on Mount Hood, Ore., members of the Oregon Army National Guard continue searching for two other lost climbers.

  • Military housing rates boosted 3.5 percent overall

    Dec 19, 2006

    Servicemembers will receive an average 3.5 percent boost in their basic allowance for housing compensation benefit in 2007, Defense Department officials said.

  • Safeguarding Information Technology Vital to DoD

    Dec 18, 2006

    Safeguarding and protecting vital computer-accessed information is the job of everyone working at the Defense Department, a senior DoD official said.

  • Mailroom in Iraq preps for holiday rush

    Dec 18, 2006

    The Army post office here is no different from those in the U.S. - the pace drastically picks up during the holiday season.

  • Mailroom Gears Up for Holidays

    Dec 18, 2006

    The troops of the 747th Adjutant General Company Postal, a reserve unit from Helena, Mont., sort and distribute the mail to 23 units on FOB Warrior and other surrounding forward operating bases.

  • Operation Warrior Training / Evaluation Brigade

    Dec 18, 2006

    Operation Warrior Trainer eases transition from reserve to active; New Evaluation Brigade tests systems.

  • Training Iraqi police

    Dec 18, 2006

    The Iraqi government decreed 2006 the "Year of the Police" in Iraq. As the year comes to a close, coalition forces continue to recognize the importance of building a competent police force with the confidence of the Iraqi people.

  • Namhae Anniversary

    Dec 18, 2006

    Meet a courageous Korean man who continues to pay respect to fallen American soldiers sixty years after their deaths.

  • Soldiers shine in early-season World Cup bobsled competitions

    Dec 18, 2006

    Sgt. Shauna Rohbock and Spc. Steve Holcomb won back-to-back gold and silver medals, respectively, during the first two weeks of the 2006-07 World Cup bobsled season.

  • AAFES: Troop support hits record high

    Dec 18, 2006

    According to the military command in charge of providing access to items of necessity and convenience to military families the world over, support for America's troops is at an all time high.

  • Explosive ordnance disposal teams play vital role in Iraq

    Dec 18, 2006

    Explosive ordnance disposal teams in Iraq and the Soldiers who escort them in convoys, work hard at keeping the roads clear of IEDs and protecting Soldiers and civilians.

  • 1 horsepower vehicle

    Dec 18, 2006

    An Iraqi farmer gives Soldiers from Company D, 1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment a ride back to their vehicles on a cart during a patrol near Mussayyib in Babil Province.

  • Feel the beat

    Dec 18, 2006

    Staff Sgt. Meghan Groth, a veterinary technician from Third Army, U.S. Army Central, shows a Yemeni animal worker how a stethoscope is used to listen to heartbeats during a veterinary civil action program.

  • Maj. Robert Nash quote

    Dec 18, 2006

    Maj. Robert Nash, officer in charge of the Army Corps of Engineers' Baghdad office, in an interview Dec. 14, 2006

  • U.S. to Increase Role of Military Transition Teams

    Dec 16, 2006

    To speed the development of Iraqi security forces, the United States is accelerating its use of military, police and border transition teams, a coalition spokesman in Baghdad said today.

  • Heidelberg dentists, staff in-process V Corps Soldiers

    Dec 16, 2006

    When dentists and clinicians here in-processed more than 200 Victory Corps Soldiers who just returned home from a year in Iraq, they made sure they got the word out aEUR" providing follow-on care to returning Soldiers will mean family member appointments will be in short supply for a while.

  • Battle of the Bulge

    Dec 15, 2006

    Remember the 61st anniversary of the World War II "Battle of the Bulge".

  • SECURITY ASSISTANCE

    Dec 15, 2006

    U.S. Army soldiers from 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment, provide security for Iraqi army soldiers talking with Iraqi citizens during a mission in Adhamiyah, Iraq, Dec. 12, 2006. The purpose of the operation is to bring sectarian violence and insurgency activities down while increasing Iraqi security force capabilities.

  • Veterans' cemeteries across America receive wreaths

    Dec 15, 2006

    In 1992, Morrill Worcester, owner of Worcester Wreath Company in Harrington, Maine donated 5,000 red-bowed wreaths to Arlington National Cemetery. It became a tradition.

  • Baghdad Counts on Local Improvements

    Dec 15, 2006

    Baghdad is facing some challenging times and for the situation to get better, most officials believe local residents need to see that their government is working and improvements are taking place.

  • Army, Marine Corps unveil counterinsurgency field manual

    Dec 15, 2006

    The Army and Marine Corps released a new field manual today to provide guidance to ground forces in order to achieve success in current and future counterinsurgency operations.

  • 172nd Stryker Brigade legacy to live on as unit 'Reflags,' gets new Commanders

    Dec 15, 2006

    The 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team was officially redesignated the 25th Infantry Division's 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team during a 'reflagging' ceremony. During the ceremony, the brigade commander who led the unit for 16 months in Iraq and six battalion commanders handed their commands to their successors.

  • 'Arctic Wolves' stand proud

    Dec 15, 2006

    The 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team ("Arctic Wolves"), just back from a 16-month Iraq deployment, is now the 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team.

  • Week-long exercise on post valuable urban experience

    Dec 15, 2006

    Soldiers assigned to the next Stryker brigade combat team to deploy to Iraq will likely arrive next summer at Operation Iraqi Freedom with the familiar feeling they have already performed the same missions and operations. Fourth Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division war planners hit the mark for realism in replicating the conditions under which Soldiers will operate in OIF with "Cascadian Commitment," the field training exercise.

  • Silver Star / Wreaths Across America

    Dec 15, 2006

    The Silver Star has been awarded to PFC Ross McGinnis; Wreaths Across America.

  • USJFCOM's New Super Computer to Enhance Joint Experimentation, Training

    Dec 15, 2006

    The High Performance Computing Modernization Program recently assigned U.S. Joint Forces Command with a super computer to help joint operators enhance modeling and simulation experimentation and training efforts in support of the Long War. Robert Pursell has the story.

  • Operation Christmas brightens holidays for military families

    Dec 15, 2006

    Christmas came a few weeks early this year for military families throughout the city.

  • Montenegro partners with Maine National Guard

    Dec 15, 2006

    "This is an historic first step initiating a strong bilateral defense relationship between the United States and Montenegro," said Lt. Gen. H Steven Blum, chief of the National Guard Bureau, announcing the partnership.

  • Excitement heating up over new extended-cold-weather gear

    Dec 15, 2006

    The new Generation III Extended Cold Weather Clothing System adopts the latest technology and adapts it for Soldiers operating in demanding arctic conditions.

  • Baghdad Counts on Local Improvements

    Dec 15, 2006

    Baghdad is facing some challenging times and for the situation to get better, most officials believe local residents need to see that their government is working and improvements are taking place.

  • Peacekeeping mission

    Dec 15, 2006

    Pennsylvania National Guard Soldiers in a Black Hawk helicopter from the 147th Aviation Battalion participate in an exercise near Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo.

  • Army's top general moves to lessen strain on troops

    Dec 15, 2006

    The Army's top general said yesterday he wants to grow the active component and gain better access to the Army Reserve and National Guard, which together make up 55 percent of the total Army.

  • Ready for homework

    Dec 15, 2006

    Sgt. William Barber hands out notebooks to Iraqi children walking to school in Khan Dari. Barber is from the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division.

  • Army Chief of Staff Gen. Peter J. Schoomaker quote

    Dec 15, 2006

    Army Chief of Staff Gen. Peter J. Schoomaker, in testimony before the congressional Commission on the National Guard and Reserves, Dec. 14, 2006.

  • Intrepid Moves

    Dec 15, 2006

    The USS Intrepid is finally tugged down the Hudson River after 39,000 cubic yards of material is dredged to free the ship.

  • Statement by General Peter Schoomaker, Chief of Staff United States Army, before the Commission on N

    Dec 15, 2006

    Mr. Chairman and distinguished Members of the Commission, as I've said before, this is perhaps the most dangerous period in our lifetime.

  • Infantrymen Eye the Prize

    Dec 15, 2006

    This week, Soldiers from the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team and Southern European Task Force are testing for their Expert Infantryman Badge, or E.I.B. Petty Officer JT Bolestridge reports from the test site in Vicenza, Italy.

  • Department of the Army Announces Change in Status of Soldier

    Dec 15, 2006

    The Department of the Army announced today the change in status of a Soldier serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Spc. Ahmed K. Altaie, 41, of Ann Arbor, Mich., was declared "Missing aEUR" Captured" as a result of a casualty review board convened Dec. 11, 2006. The board based its findings on evidence and intelligence available at this time. If additional evidence warrants another review, the board will reconvene.

  • Medical Protection System

    Dec 14, 2006

    SMA Preston discusses the Medical Protection System.

  • Excitement Heating Up Over New Extended-Cold-Weather Gear

    Dec 14, 2006

    Members of the Alaska Army National Guard here are sizzling with excitement about their new cold weather gear that keeps them toasty warm even when temperatures dip to double digits below zero.

  • Iraqis Receive Medical Care

    Dec 14, 2006

    It's something we often take for granted, until the moment we need it. PV2 Jon Cano takes a closer look at how U.S. and Iraqi forces are providing a basic need to the people of Iraq.

  • Excitement heating up over new extended-cold-weather gear

    Dec 14, 2006

    Members of the Alaska Army National Guard here are sizzling with excitement about their new cold weather gear that keeps them toasty warm even when temperatures dip to double digits below zero. The new Generation III Extended Cold Weather Clothing System takes the latest insulating and wicking materials that have become hot tickets among skiers, snowmobile riders and other extreme-sports enthusiasts and adapting them for soldiers operating in demanding arctic conditions.

  • USSOUTHCOM brightens the holidays for kids and troops

    Dec 14, 2006

    U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) has partnered with the Hearing Research Institute, Inc. to deliver toys to Jackson Memorial Hospital on December 17th. Brigadier General Richard Ellis, the Director of Intelligence at SOUTHCOM, will also be leading both groups on a visit with patients at the Miami Veterans Affairs hospital that day.

  • USSOUTHCOM conducts multi-national crisis management experiment

    Dec 14, 2006

    U.S. Southern Command, the Argentine Military, and the Honduran Permanent Committee on Contingencies (COPECO) concluded a four-day Crisis Management Experiment Dec. 7th in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It focused on collaborative crisis planning and execution using emerging information sharing technologies and processes

  • Iraqi Security Force improving, gaining responsibility

    Dec 14, 2006

    Commanders on the ground say transition teams are greatly enhancing the overall effectiveness of the Iraqi security forces.

  • 172nd Welcome Home / Guard Painting

    Dec 14, 2006

    172nd welcomed home with ceremony; National Guard Legacy Painting unveiled to commemorate birthday.

  • 1st AD Museum

    Dec 14, 2006

    As the oldest and most prestigious armored division in the US Army there is a lot of military history behind the First Armored Division. Ken James takes us to the one place where all that history comes together.

  • Military healthcare making advances

    Dec 14, 2006

    The military has made tremendous advances in healthcare in the last decade and specifically since the start of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Ready on the flightline

    Dec 14, 2006

    The 36th Combat Aviation Brigade is the first fully transformed Army National Guard aviation brigade. Here are the Soldiers in Iraq who keep their aircraft flying.

  • Breathe deep

    Dec 14, 2006

    An Afghan child is examined by doctor (Capt.) Dana Nguyen, from Task Force Med, Combined Joint Task Force-76, during a medical assistance mission in the Mazar-e Sharif region Nov. 27, 2006.

  • Goat care in Yemen

    Dec 14, 2006

    Staff Sgt. Meghan Groth (left), a veterinary technician from Third Army, U.S. Army Central, shows an animal worker in Yemen a treatment procedure during a veterinary civil action program.

  • Lt. Gen. Peter Chiarelli quote

    Dec 14, 2006

    Lt. Gen. Peter Chiarelli, outgoing commander of Multinational Corps Iraq, in a Dec. 12, 2006 interview, stressing the importance of culture and language training prior to operational deployments.

  • Reserve, Guard Soldiers extend mobilization to train others

    Dec 14, 2006

    Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers returning here from Iraq and Afghanistan have a new way to continue their service in uniform.

  • AKO launches video e-mail for deployed Soldiers, families

    Dec 14, 2006

    Deployed Soldiers can now communicate with loved ones via video e-mail through Army Knowledge Online, the Army's intranet portal.

  • 'Arctic Wolves' dedicate wall honoring fallen comrades

    Dec 14, 2006

    The Arctic Wolves bid an emotional farewell to 36 of their own yesterday as they gathered here to dedicate the 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team Memorial Wall.

  • Initial tests completed on Stryker NBCRV

    Dec 14, 2006

    Initial operating tests were completed on the Stryker Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle at Dugway Proving Grounds last month.

  • Getting in the Holiday Spirit

    Dec 13, 2006

    8th Army Commander, Lt. Gen. David P. Valcourt places a package into a bin as Command Sgt. Maj. Barry C. Wheeler, USFK, CFC and 8th Army Command Sergeant Major takes package to another bin Monday morning at the Yongsan Post Office. Every year the 8th Army Commander and Command Sergeant Major and members of the 8th Army staff help pitch mail during the Holiday Peak season.

  • Army Moving Quickly to Equip and Reset Force

    Dec 13, 2006

    The Army's current plan to equip and reset the force is ahead of schedule. With the entire $17.1 billion supplemental allocated by Congress at the beginning of fiscal year 2007, the Army has obligated $9.8 billion for reset-$4 billion has gone for depot and field-level repair, while $5.8 billion has been allocated for new procurements. After the Sept. 29 signing of the bridge supplement, the Army moved at unprecedented speed to distribute funding; both operations & maintenance and procurement funds were released within six days of receipt. The rapid release of those funds allowed the Army to front load new procurements within the initial 90 days of the fiscal year. The majority of procurement funding will be obligated by Feb 07. The Army will spend the entire $17.1B before the end of FY 07.

  • Army team rides into rodeo finals

    Dec 13, 2006

    Whether riding tanks into battle or bucking animals in a rodeo, Army team members show courage no matter what the foe.

  • 'Arctic Wolves' dedicate wall honoring fallen comrades

    Dec 13, 2006

    The Arctic Wolves bid an emotional farewell to 36 of their own yesterday as they gathered here to dedicate the 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team Memorial Wall. Leaders from the unit joined about 25 family members of the fallen in the atrium of the high-tech Battle Command Training Center here to remember 26 Stryker Brigade troops and 10 soldiers from units attached the brigade during its deployment. Another 150 brigade soldiers just back from a 16-month deployment to Iraq watched the ceremony in an overflow room on a large-screen TV.

  • Law protects Soldiers so they can serve

    Dec 13, 2006

    Most servicemembers are familiar with the attractive array of military benefits that range from the GI Bill to big-ticket retention bonuses.

  • Electronic tax statements available on myPay

    Dec 13, 2006

    Servicemembers, military retirees and annuitants, and federal civilian employees paid by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service can expect to receive their 2006 tax statements beginning this month.

  • Lonestar to dedicate All-American Bowl show to troops

    Dec 13, 2006

    Country music's Lonestar will perform a 45 minute concert in honor of Soldiers and their families after the U.S. Army All-American Bowl game at the Alamodome Jan. 6.

  • Registration open for 2007 Bataan Memorial Death March

    Dec 13, 2006

    Registration is now open for the 2007 Bataan Memorial Death March, to be held March 25 at White Sands Missile Range, N.M.

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