Archive: Apr 2007

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  • Season of Remembrance Begins

    Apr 30, 2007

    Our Soldiers, Civilians, Veterans and Family Members, as well as other members of our armed forces have historically made great contributions to our Nation. Each year from May through July there are many holidays and events to recognize and remember those contributions. May 1st begins this unofficial time period on the calendar - the Season of Remembrance.

  • Gen. Cody on WRAMC / Army 10-Miler Registration

    Apr 30, 2007

    General Cody says WRAMC problems are fixed for the most part; Registration deadline approaches for Army 10-Miler.

  • Changes at Walter Reed

    Apr 30, 2007

    Brig. Gen. Michael Tucker and Gen. Richard Cody roll out action plan for improvements at Walter Reed.

  • Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage

    May 26, 2011

    During May, the Army celebrates the service of Asian and Pacific Islander Soldiers.

  • Season of Remembrance

    Apr 30, 2007

    Each year from May through July there are many holidays and events to recognize and remember contributions made by Soldiers, Civilians, Veterans and Family Members.

  • Heidelberg Soldiers taste test new MREs

    Apr 30, 2007

    HEIDELBERG, Germany aEUR" Soldiers here tested two new rations being fielded this year: an on-the-go compact ration based on pocket sandwiches, and a kind of kitchen-in-a-box that prepares hot meals for 18 people with just the pull of a tab.

  • Historic Abu Nuwas Market Project Underway

    Apr 30, 2007

    Historic Abu Nuwas Market in Baghdad was once a flourishing part of the city that provided a variety of shops, restaurants, lounges and hotels that people from around the world came to see. Recently, the street was besieged with car bomb attacks and was shut down and closed off to the population. Shop owners and restaurateurs either left the area or stayed and watched the area slowly deteriorate.

  • U.S., Afghan Troops Conduct Raids in Afghanistan

    Apr 30, 2007

    American and Afghan security forces teamed up to shut down a militant suicide-vehicle-bomb-making network during an operation in the Bati Kot area of Nangarhar province yesterday, military officials reported. As the raid began, coalition troops trying to enter the militants' compound came under small-arms fire, officials said. The coalition troops returned fire, killing four militants.

  • New JKO Portal to Offer Joint Online Training

    Apr 30, 2007

    A new system unveiled today is designed to better prepare servicemembers to operate with other services, government agencies, foreign militaries and non-governmental organizations while reducing the time they spend away from home or their units for military classes.

  • Commander Lauds Combat Support His Soldiers Provide

    Apr 30, 2007

    Although he's proud of what his troops do in Kuwait, the commander of the 3rd U.S. Army and U.S. Army Central Command said that what his troops do to contribute to combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan is even more important.

  • Progress Continues Despite 'Spectacular' Attacks, General Says

    Apr 30, 2007

    Despite headline-grabbing enemy attacks, progress continues in Iraq, a top U.S. general in Iraq said.

  • Ready for Fire Season

    Apr 30, 2007

    Mr. Mike Eilers guides a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter crew from the Minnesota National Guard as it dumps water on a small controlled fire during training at Camp Ripley, Minn., April 20. Mr. Eilers is with the Forestry Division of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

  • Follow the Yellow Brick Road

    Apr 30, 2007

    Soldiers make their way through rubble during a cordon and search mission in Old Baqubah, Iraq, April 3. The Soldiers are from 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division.

  • Sgt. David Bullock

    Apr 30, 2007

    Sgt. David Bullock, describing the "Manchu Mile" march completed by Soldiers in South Korea on April 27.

  • Services Chart Course for New Vessel

    Apr 30, 2007

    Representatives of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and the shipbuilding industry met April 26 to discuss the current status of the Joint High Speed Vessel, a new type of fast logistic-support ship that will ultimately be acquired by all three services.

  • From Quadriplegic to Marathon Man: Major Beats Odds to Recover from Accident

    Apr 27, 2007

    It took Command and General Staff College student Maj. Ron Upton four hours, 12 minutes and 48 seconds to complete his first marathon.

  • Leaders Meet to Discuss the Needs of Local Military Children

    Apr 27, 2007

    Military and civilian leaders from Fort Bragg met with leaders from the school systems of several surrounding counties at the Educators Meeting April 19, at the Ardennes neighborhood center.

  • Drill Sergeants Compete for Drill Sergeant of the Year

    Apr 27, 2007

    Four of Fort Jackson's top drill sergeants went head-to-head this week to determine the installation's 2007 Drill Sergeant of the Year.

  • Warrior Transition Brigade Activation

    Apr 27, 2007

    A new brigade to oversee the health and well being of wounded Soldiers has been activated at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

  • National Police Transition Teams making a difference in Iraq

    Apr 27, 2007

    As the Global War on Terrorism continues, deploying to hotspots worldwide has become a way of life for many Army warriors.

  • Land Forces Symposium

    Apr 27, 2007

    Coverage of the Land Forces Symposium in Islamabad, Pakistan.

  • Walter Reed commander: actions more important than words

    Apr 27, 2007

    Not long before taking command of Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the North Atlantic Regional Medical Command, Maj. Gen. Eric B. Schoomaker was given John C. Maxwell's book "Leadership Promises for Every Day" by a chaplain friend. In addition to daily devotionals, the book contains advice on leadership.

  • Samoan Reservists answer the call to duty

    Apr 27, 2007

    With the rugged mountainous terrain and coastline dotted with numerous inlets and bays as a backdrop, approximately 250 soldiers of America's only Army Reserve ground combat unit, answered the call to duty with a solemn three-and-one-half hour prayer service marking their mobilization Aug. 16 on the Asian-Pacific tropical island of Pago Pago, American Samoa.

  • Walter Reed activates Warrior Transition Brigade

    Apr 27, 2007

    Walter Reed Army Medical Center activated its new Warrior Transition Brigade Wednesday in the Rose Garden. The brigade will oversee the overall health, welfare and morale of Warriors in Transition.

  • Iraqi Police Becoming 'Very Capable' at Law Enforcement

    Apr 27, 2007

    Iraq's growing police force is technically competent and functioning as it should within the country's legal system, a top U.S. police trainer said.

  • Fire Breather

    Apr 27, 2007

    A Soldier from the 5th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division fires an AT4 anti-tank weapon during training at Fort Lewis, Wash.

  • Gen. David H. Petraeus quote

    Apr 27, 2007

    Gen. David H. Petraeus, commander, Multi-National Force aEUR" Iraq, on April 26.

  • New Simulators Get Stryker Drivers Up to Speed

    Apr 27, 2007

    New Stryker simulators at the John A. Pittman Mission Support Training Facility here are already earning their keep.

  • Army Aviation Comes of Age

    Apr 27, 2007

    Army aviation began with lighter-than-air observation balloons during the Civil War. Recognizing the potential of aerial observation, President Lincoln appointed aeronaut Professor Thaddeus S. C. Lowe Chief of the Union Army's Balloon Corps. Lowe accompanied Major General George McClellan's army during his 1862 Peninsular Campaign and made observations during the First Battle of Fair Oaks, May 31 - June 1, 1862. Despite some successes, Lowe resigned in May 1863. The Balloon Corps was disbanded in August. The Army did little to advance military aviation until the advent of powered flight by the Wright Brothers in 1903.

  • Groundbreaking Ceremony for Army's Computer Network Defense Facility

    Apr 27, 2007

    The Network Enterprise Technology Commang/9th Signal Command (Army) hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Apr. 19, for the ArmyAca,!a,,cs newest computer network defense facility, the Army Global Information Center Network Operations Facility, a multi-million dollar facility that will be responsible for all continental United States Army computer systems and networks.

  • Soldiers Want to Accomplish Mission in Iraq

    Apr 27, 2007

    When you hear about the war in Iraq, you hear it from a high-level Army spokesperson or you hear tragedy and "another deadly day" from the media. The view on the ground, from the Soldier's perspective, is often overlooked.

  • Kaiserslautern honors 'Heroes at Home'

    Apr 27, 2007

    KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany aEUR" Almost 100 people, labeled as Heroes at Home, were honored here April 19 during a U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern's volunteer recognition ceremony.

  • Asian / Pacific American Heritage Month

    May 27, 2012

    During May, the Army celebrates and pays tribute to Asian/Pacific American Soldiers and recognizes the important contributions they have made in past wars and continue to make today.

  • Guard Soldiers Assist in Aftermath of Texas Tornado Disaster

    Sep 29, 2011

    A powerful, quarter-mile wide F-3 tornado ripped through the Texas border town of Eagle Pass on April 24, killing seven, injuring dozens, leaving hundreds homeless and destroying an elementary school and area homes.

  • Oral Statement (As Delivered) Before the Senate Armed Services

    Apr 26, 2007

    Oral Statement (As Delivered) by The Honorable Mr. Pete Geren, Acting Secretary of the U.S. Army, Before the Senate Armed Services Committee

  • Combined Patrol in Adhamiya

    Apr 26, 2007

    Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division; the 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division; and Iraqi security forces patrol Adhamiya, Iraq, April 10.

  • Orientation Course Boosts Soldiers' Success Rate at Airborne School

    Apr 26, 2007

    A program that prepares Soldiers destined for Parachute Rigger School to succeed in airborne training has jumped into high gear since relocating to Fort Jackson last summer.

  • Silhouettes of Warriors

    Apr 26, 2007

    Soldiers are serving around the globe in the light of day and the dark of night; while sometimes appearing as silhouettes in the gloaming.

  • The Huddle

    Apr 26, 2007

    As the huddle is a critical part of each football play, so too is the briefing "huddle" prior to each mission.

  • Wounded Soldier's Mother Thanks Walter Reed Staff

    Apr 26, 2007

    The following is by Carol J. Slavin, mother of Sgt. Thomas "T.J." Slavin, who received care at Walter Reed Army Medical Center after being severely wounded in Iraq.

  • Army Moves Out to Fix Wounded Warrior Care Across Service

    Apr 26, 2007

    Walter Reed Army Medical Center's woes in wounded warrior care have either been fixed, or are being fixed, the vice chief of staff of the Army said here yesterday.

  • Old Guard supports CJTF-Horn of Africa

    Apr 26, 2007

    They've been deployed for only a little over a month, and already Soldiers from Company D, 1st Battalion, 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) have made great contributions to the effort of the Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa to prevent the spread of extremism.

  • Gen. Casey to make West Point Center of Excellence for Ethics, Values

    Apr 26, 2007

    The ArmyAca,!a,,cs top-ranking officer traveled to West Point April 19 and spent two days sharing his initiatives with future leaders.

  • Walter Reed Briefing

    Apr 26, 2007

    Army Vice Chief of Staff General Richard Cody briefs the media on Soldier outpatient medical care at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

  • Suicide Bombings Backfire on Taliban, U.S. Officer Says

    Apr 26, 2007

    Recent suicide-bombing attacks against innocent Afghans indicate a changed Taliban strategy that is backfiring on the radical Islamic group, said a senior U.S. military officer in Afghanistan.

  • Personable Caregiver

    Apr 26, 2007

    Pfc. Lisa Dueke, a medic from the 15th Field Artillery Regiment, 10th Mountain Division, interacts with an Iraqi patient during a medical mission in Mamadiyah, Iraq, April 12.

  • Keeping the Peace

    Apr 26, 2007

    Spc. Kon Im and his squad move through an open-air market during a patrol in Baqubah, April 5. The Soldiers are from 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment and with them are Iraqi security forces.

  • Staff Sgt. Judith Aiksnoras quote

    Apr 26, 2007

    Staff Sgt. Judith Aiksnoras, upon taking the oath of enlistment with 43 others on the steps of the Capitol on April 23.

  • U.S. Commanders Continue to Watch North Korea, Push for Three-Year Tours

    Apr 26, 2007

    The top U.S. commander in Korea urged Congress Tuesday to help him introduce standard three-year rotational tours for military forces in South Korea over the next several years.

  • Army Preparedness for Current and Future Missions

    Apr 25, 2007

    A statement by The Honorable Pete Geren, Acting Secretary, United States Army, and General George W. Casey, Jr., Chief of Staff, United States Army, on Army preparedness for current and future missions.

  • Wounded Warrior Brigade Top Enlisted Soldier Provides Hands-On Leadership

    Apr 25, 2007

    Command Sgt. Maj. Jeffery Hartless, an airborne ranger and master parachutist, served nearly his entire 24-year career jumping out of planes. He earned parachute badges from Italy, Jordan, Norway, Korea, Germany and Honduras.

  • BAfA1/4dingen Bids Farewell to the Cav.

    Apr 25, 2007

    He got his first sight of American Soldiers and his first taste of chocolate on March 30, 1945. Now, slightly more than 62 years after U.S. forces entered BAfA1/4dingen, Germany, Jules August SchrAfAPder said witnessing them leaving is an emotional experience.

  • The Old Guard in Africa

    Apr 25, 2007

    They've been deployed for only a little over a month, and already Soldiers from Company D, 1st Battalion, 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) have made great contributions to the effort of the Combined Joint Task ForceaEUR"Horn of Africa to prevent the spread of extremism.

  • Extended Deployments Should Lessen Army Stress, Commander Says

    Apr 25, 2007

    Extended overseas deployments affecting Soldiers serving in Afghanistan and other locales overseen by U.S. Central Command should help to alleviate the stress on the Army, a senior U.S. officer in Afghanistan told Pentagon reporters yesterday.

  • Efforts Against Extremists Continue in Baghdad

    Apr 25, 2007

    Efforts by Iraqi security forces and the coalition to reduce the violence in Baghdad continue as Operation Law and Order enters its ninth week.

  • General Emphasizes Use of Partnerships in Fighting Terror

    Apr 25, 2007

    The war on terror is more than a military fight. It is a war that will require the work of many U.S. and coalition agencies.

  • Thumbs Up

    Apr 25, 2007

    1st Lt. Scott MacLaren, from the 2nd Infantry Division, seems to be popular with an Iraqi child in the Salman Pak area of east Baghdad, Iraq.

  • Lt. Gen. Martin E. Dempsey quote

    Apr 25, 2007

    Lt. Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, commander, Multinational Security Transition Command Iraq, April 22. He noted that over the past two years, 8,123 Iraqi Soldiers were killed.

  • Civilian Education System to Enhance Professional Development

    Apr 25, 2007

    During the Army's transformation, civilians have been asked to perform increasingly more tasks previously done by military personnel. To do a good job and perform well, they need the training and education formerly reserved for Soldiers.

  • Fresh Water in Iraq / New Sniper System

    Apr 24, 2007

    Iraqis get fresh water wells; new sniper system hits Afghanistan.

  • 2007 Best Ranger Competition Final

    Apr 24, 2007

    Staff Sgt. Ray Flores as the results of the 2007 Best Ranger Competition at Ft. Benning, Georgia.

  • Wounded Soldier Hotline Resolves Medical Concerns

    Apr 24, 2007

    In 34 days since the launch of the Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline last month, 1,357 callers have dialed in to the U.S. Army Human Resources Command's call center in Alexandria, Va., where 120 operators man the phones in shifts to support a 24-7 operation, said Col. Edward Mason, hotline director.

  • AFN Europe Report (2007-04-24)

    Apr 24, 2007

    Mechanized infantry company in Iraq; hot meals boost morale; Kaiserslautern 5th Quartermaster Detachment mission; motor vehicle safety; protecting the environment; fitness programs; Wiesbaden health proponents.

  • Board Watches Out for Soldiers Treated Unfairly by Merchants

    Apr 24, 2007

    It could happen to anyone on a military installation: You decide to buy a car, negotiate for a price, purchase one at a lot near post and wind up with a lemon.

  • More First Team Troops Depart for Iraq

    Apr 24, 2007

    While many Soldiers here go to the Kieschnick Physical Fitness Center at 6:30 a.m., about 100 Soldiers from the 1st Cavalry Division came to say good-bye to friends and family before departing for Iraq.

  • Veterinary mission morphs into lifesaving rescue

    Apr 24, 2007

    With only seconds to react, U.S. military members made a daring rescue April 14, pulling a young African man out of a raging torrent.

  • Best Ranger Competition 2007

    Apr 24, 2007

    2007 Best Ranger Competition overview.

  • Improved Outer Tactical Vest

    Apr 24, 2007

    The Army introduces its new and improved outer tactical vest. The new vest weighs less, increases area of coverage, and is a better fit for the Soldier. Sgt. Stephen Smith has the story.

  • Medical Logisticians Train Iraqi Soldiers

    Apr 24, 2007

    Soldiers with the 32nd Multi-Functional Medical Battalion trained troops from the Taji National Depot and the Iraqi 6th Infantry Division April 15 to 20 as part of the Iraq and American Medical Logistics Partnership program.

  • Innovative Training Enhances Unit's Ability to Protect Homeland

    Apr 24, 2007

    The Ohio National Guard's radical new tool in the effort to protect the homefront, the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosives (CBRNE) Enhanced Response Force Package, or CERFP, recently conducted its first full-fledged training event February 24 through March 3.

  • Staff Sgt. Lewis Named Greco-Roman Coach of the Year

    Apr 24, 2007

    U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program's Staff Sgt. Shon Lewis has been named 2006 Greco-Roman Coach of the Year by USA Wrestling.

  • Shadow Heroes Behind Curtain Making it Work

    Apr 24, 2007

    As soldiers in Iraq face many dangers aEUR" improvised explosive devices, small arms fire and mortar attacks to name a few aEUR" one of the last things they should have to worry about is whether their vehicles will break down on the mission. But, without their vehicles, they would find themselves either walking or just standing on the sideline waiting for another ride.

  • Warrior Transition Brigade: Putting Soldiers First

    Apr 24, 2007

    A new brigade aimed at overseeing the health, welfare and morale of patients at Walter Reed Army Medical Center will activate tomorrow.

  • Army Drivers to Appear in M2 Machine Gun Training Video

    Apr 24, 2007

    Mark Martin and Regan Smith, co-drivers of the No. 01 U.S. Army car, are helping Soldiers learn the safe and proper way to set up the M2 machine gun.

  • AFN Europe Report (2007-04-19)

    Apr 24, 2007

    The NATO-led International Security Assistance Force help Afghan people; Provincial Reconstruction Team responsibility; children in camouflage; new American citizens; historic field trips; MWR program.

  • Uppercasing 'Families' highlights support

    Apr 24, 2007

    HEIDELBERG, Germany aEUR" To further acknowledge the role that spouses and children of Soldiers play in today's military, the director of the Army staff has instructed for the word Families to be capitalized in all official correspondence.

  • 2007 Best Ranger Competition: Day Two

    Apr 23, 2007

    Coverage from day two of the 2007 Best Ranger Competition.

  • Aviation Recovery Team Keeps Valuable Aerial Assets Available

    Apr 23, 2007

    There are several options of recovery available to the DART team when a helicopter goes down in Iraq: make repairs on site to fly the aircraft back to base, do an aerial recovery or perform a ground recovery. There is also a fourth option, the least desirable -- destroy the aircraft at the site.

  • Pushing the Envelope

    Apr 23, 2007

    Staff Sgt. Michael Broussard, from the 75th Ranger Regiment, negotiates the Darby Queen Obstacle Course during the 2007 Lt. Gen. David E. Grange Best Ranger Competition this past weekend.

  • An Important Mission

    Apr 23, 2007

    Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates flies in a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter over Baghdad, April 20, to meet with senior Iraqi government officials to urge them to speed up national reconciliation among the country's various factions.

  • Staff Sgt. Richard Rafferty quote

    Apr 23, 2007

    Staff Sgt. Richard Rafferty, from the Connecticut National Guard, on duty in Afghanistan April 23.

  • First Army's CSM Takes Top Enlisted Job in Iraq... Again

    Apr 23, 2007

    When Command Sgt. Maj. Marvin Hill became First ArmyAca,!a,,cs top NCO in 2005, he succeeded Jeffrey J. Mellinger, who had become the senior enlisted adviser for Multi-National Force Aca,!" Iraq. Now, as Hill prepares for deployment in Iraq, First ArmyAca,!a,,cs top NCO will again become the senior enlisted adviser of MNF-Iraq, which is divided into six major areas of responsibility maintained by forces from 26 countries.

  • Purple Heart Recipients at Walter Reed

    Apr 23, 2007

    Crystal Park meets with wounded Soldiers and their Families who discuss their receipt of one of our nations oldest military honors.

  • Tactical Vests

    Apr 23, 2007

    Sgt. Stephen Smith gets the lowdown on the Army's latest innovation in protective vests on its way to you.

  • Rock Climbing

    Apr 23, 2007

    Climbing back from the depths of a devastating physical injury means regaining a foothold and fighting upward with heart and spirit. Staff Sgt. Michelle Johnson meets some extraordinary veterans who raise the stakes of what is possible for athletes everywhere.

  • Warriors With Tools

    Apr 23, 2007

    It is common to see images of Soldiers carrying their weapons. But these warriors often have other tools in their kitbags besides guns and ammo.

  • Army Reserve to Kick-Off Centennial Celebration

    Apr 23, 2007

    Chief, Army Reserve to Reenlist Soldiers at U-S Capitol Ceremony

  • Army Reserve to Kick-Off Centennial Celebration

    Apr 23, 2007

    Chief, Army Reserve to Reenlist Soldiers at U.S. Capitol Ceremony

  • AFN Europe Report (2007-04-19)

    Apr 23, 2007

    Military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan; the dangerous world of the EOD Soldier; South of the Alps update; Airmen in Norway; the American flag stands as a reminder; USAFE Idol competition.

  • Battlefield Technology Key to Atlantic Strike V

    Apr 23, 2007

    As the convoy travels down the dusty path, the lead Humvee's Joint Terminal Attack Controller zeroes in on a potential target 1,500 meters in front of him. He sends the coordinates to the waiting aircraft above.

  • TRADOC Posts / Female Wrestlers

    Apr 23, 2007

    The Chief of Staff of the Army visits TRADOC posts to ensure Army is on the right path; All-Army female wrestlers shine.

  • Silent Killer

    Apr 23, 2007

    The Army National Guard is going on the offensive battling a deadly disease.

  • Isla Colon Water Shortage

    Apr 23, 2007

    Soldiers in Panama for New Horizons exercise get mission to provide water to drought stricken area of Bocas Del Tono Province. Scott Ferguson reports.

  • Army Readys for Active Hurricane Season

    Apr 23, 2007

    More than 150 staff members from 60 government agencies huddled around a U.S. map the size of a racquetball court at Fort Belvoir, Va., to rehearse hurricane relief operations in a Rehearsal of Concept drill.

  • Not Afraid of Heights

    Apr 23, 2007

    Maj. Kirk Liddle, 11th Infantry Regiment, climbs a 60-foot high rope net during the 2007 Lt. Gen. David E. Grange Best Ranger Competition. The Vancouver, Wash., native and his partner Capt. Ryan Armstrong, of Columbia, Md., are among 39 Ranger teams competing in the three-day, non-stop event which ended Sunday.

  • JMRC Soldiers Train NATO Forces to Combat IED Hazards

    Apr 23, 2007

    Soldiers at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hoehenfels shared their knowledge of how to react to improvised explosive devices during convoy operations with 40 Soldiers from 12 NATO countries during a recent NATO train-the-trainer counter-IED exercise.

  • Training, Technology Combine to Save Lives in Iraq

    Apr 23, 2007

    Expanded training in combat life-saving procedures has enabled a greater than 98 percent survival rate for U.S. troops injured in Iraq, a coalition surgeon said.

  • Military Leaders Must Keep Faith With Troops, Says Senior Enlisted Leader

    Apr 23, 2007

    Troops continue to trust senior military leaders, but they will lose that trust if the military does not keep its promises, said Command Sgt. Maj. William J. Gainey.

  • Snapping In

    Apr 23, 2007

    Pvt. Marissa Llerena, from the 344th Military Intelligence Battalion, gets into a good shooting position during Exercise Mount City at Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, April 11.

  • Capt. Scott Hagerty quote

    Apr 23, 2007

    Capt. Scott Hagerty, a civil affairs Soldier, describing projects his team completed in Uganda that have left a positive impact on the community.

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