Archive: Jun 2007

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  • Army Extends Family Readiness Support Assistants to Battalions

    Jun 29, 2007

    The Army's Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command, at the request of senior Army leadership, is expanding the Family Readiness Support Assistant program to reach all the way to the battalion level, Army-wide, to support deployed Soldiers and their Families.

  • Nixon Doctrine and Vietnamization

    Jun 29, 2007

    Fighting Their Own War!

  • Clean Up is a Breeze for Local Aviation Unit

    Jun 29, 2007

    Aircrews from the 3rd Battalion, 142nd Aviation Regiment, 42nd Combat Aviation Brigade located near Ronkonkoma, Long Island, partnered with the local New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Park Rangers to perform an innovative training mission clean-up project in a New York State Park located between Deer Park and Baywood.

  • America's Army Game Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

    Jun 29, 2007

    Wednesday July 4 marks the fifth anniversary of the launch of America's Army, the Army's computer game and one of the top-ten online games, and the launch of its new Web site, www.americasarmy.com.

  • Children of the War Zone

    Jun 29, 2007

    Soldiers and civilians on the frontlines of the war on terror are viewed close up.

  • 'Biggest Losers' Near End of Six-Month Weight-Loss Journey

    Jun 29, 2007

    The "Biggest Losers" are nearing the end of a six-month journey to shape up and adopt a healthier lifestyle. The competition, which started March 2, will wrap up Aug. 2.

  • Recruiting, Retention School Aids Afghan Army

    Jun 29, 2007

    Pawdzh Garranday! In Pashto, one of the two main dialects spoken in Afghanistan, Army Strong may not have the same ring to it as it does in English. But it does have the same goal Aca,!" to recruit.

  • An Arrogant Display of Strength

    Jun 29, 2007

    The Defence of Taejon

  • A Different Kind of Family Outing

    Jun 29, 2007

    A family from Smithwick, Texas, settles in for a ride in a Texas Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, June 27. They and others are being rescued from rising floodwaters.

  • Seeing Green

    Jun 29, 2007

    Spc. John Galebach scans the horizon in Baqubah, Iraq, June 19, while standing rear guard atop a Stryker vehicle. He is with Company C, 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division.

  • Brig. Gen. Dana Pittard quote

    Jun 29, 2007

    Brig. Gen. Dana Pittard, commander, Iraq Assistance Group, speaking with Pentagon reporters via satellite, June 25.

  • New Recruits at Colorado's Capitol

    Jun 29, 2007

  • Fort Leavenworth Soldiers Celebrate Army Birthday with Pride

    Jun 29, 2007

    Soldiers of the 705th Military Police Battalion display pride in ceremonies held on June 14 on Abrams Loop in front of Bell Hall at Fort Leavenworth .

  • Duke Basketball Coach Presents Award

    Jun 28, 2007

    Duke Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski returns to USMA to present Coach K award to cadets.

  • The Cost of Battle

    Jun 28, 2007

    An Apache Helicopter pilot with the 1st Cavalry Aviation Brigade in Iraq remembers a fallen comrade.

  • The First U.S. Army Airborne Operation

    Jun 28, 2007

    Major General Matthew B. Ridgway, commanding the 82nd Airborne Division, led the first large scale airborne assault in Army history, the invasion of Sicily; codenamed Operation Husky. The strategic goals were to remove the Axis base operating against Allied shipping in the Mediterranean and to pressure the Italians to exit the war.

  • Texas Troops Deploy

    Jun 28, 2007

    Nearly 200 members of the Texas National Guard will soon be headed for Iraq.

  • Baghdad Media Roundtable

    Jun 28, 2007

    Brig. Gen. Kevin Bergner, Multi-National Force-Iraq spokesperson, and Ambassador Daniel Speckhard, Charge d'Affaires, US Embassy Baghdad, speak with reporters in Baghdad, Iraq.

  • Pres. Bush with Joint Chiefs Announcement

    Jun 28, 2007

    Commander in Chief George Bush has nominated Admiral Mike Mullen to succeed General Peter Pace as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

  • Drill Sergeant of the Year Competition

    Jun 28, 2007

    Active and Reserve Component Drill Sergeants from across the country compete for top honors in the 2007 competition. John Harlow reports.

  • The Battle of Gettysburg

    Jun 30, 2011

    What is frequently cited as the turning point and the most famous battle of the Civil War took place over three hot summer days, July 1 to July 3, 1863, in the small town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

  • Army Efforts Contribute to Removal of Bald Eagle from Endangered Species List

    Jun 28, 2007

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today the removal of the bald eagle from the list of threatened and endangered species.

  • Pulitzer Prize Winner Says 'Green' is Good for the Nation

    Jun 28, 2007

    Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author Thomas L. Friedman believes the "greening" of America can help the nation weather the war in Iraq, restore its natural place in the world order and greatly reduce international terrorismAca,!a,,cs financial resources.

  • Mechanic School Goes 3-D

    Jun 28, 2007

    In an effort to increase training effectiveness and reach a new generation of Soldiers, the U.S. Army 187th Ordnance Battalion Wheel Vehicle Mechanic School at Fort Jackson has employed an innovative training method.

  • Texas National Guard Remains on Weather Alert

    Jun 28, 2007

    Texas National Guard members and their equipment remain on alert to assist local and state authorities as heavy thunderstorms causing floods all across Texas continue.

  • USACE Katrina Analysis / eCYBERMISSION

    Jun 28, 2007

    USACE releases risk analysis prototype based on post-Katrina analysis; eCYBERMISSION competition announces winners.

  • Injured Veteran Uses Own Experience to Inspire Others With Traumatic Brain Injuries

    Jun 28, 2007

    A former 82nd Airborne Division Soldier who has been living with traumatic brain injury for the past seven years is reaching out to recently wounded veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan to help them learn to live with the disease.

  • Ready to Help or Fight

    Jun 28, 2007

    Soldiers from 2nd Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, deliver humanitarian relief supplies and clear houses in and around the village of Albu Said, Iraq, June 16.

  • USJFCOM, Others to Test Coalition Combat Identification Capability

    Jun 28, 2007

    During the upcoming exercise Bold Quest, U.S. Joint Forces Command will team with the U.S. military and international allies to assess the technologies to be used with the Coalition Combat Identification Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration designed to reduce friendly fire incidents and increase situational awareness.

  • ASC selects LOGCAP IV contractors

    Jun 28, 2007

    ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - The U.S. Army Sustainment Command has selected three companies to provide essential logistics support services to forces in the field. The successful firms will serve as performance contractors under the LOGCAP IV contract.

  • AMEDD Merges Graduate Programs

    Jun 28, 2007

    The Army Medical Department Center and School took its first step in a transformation officials hope will poise the world-renowned facility for future excellence.

  • Conference Empowers NCOs From European, Eurasian Nations

    Jun 28, 2007

    A three-day conference last week brought together 30 sergeants major from across Europe and Eurasia to meet for the first Conference of European Armies for NCOs.

  • Coalition Troops Put Pressure on Insurgents During Operation Phantom Thunder

    Jun 28, 2007

    The troop plus-up has become Aca,!A"a surge of operations,Aca,!A? and coalition forces are in the early stages of a difficult fight, a Multinational Force Iraq spokesman said.

  • Jumping Into Happy Valley

    Jun 28, 2007

    Soldiers perform a static-line parachute jump over Patricia Drop Zone, California, June 2. The Soldiers, participating in Exercise Hydra, are from 426th Civil Affairs Battalion and 128th Quarter Master Company.

  • 1st Lt. Kevin Jones quote

    Jun 28, 2007

    1st Lt. Kevin Jones, describing how Silver Star recipient Cpl. Clinton Warrick rendered first aid to wounded U.S. Soldiers and Iraqi police after being burned and buried under rubble by a suicide-vehicle-borne IED at an Iraqi police station.

  • Topeka, Kansas Mayor and Veterans Celebrate Army Birthday

    Jun 27, 2007

    Members of the Topeka Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), Topeka Mayor Bill Bunten, MG (Ret) Gene Krase, and American Legion Post #1 Commander Jack Valliere participate in the Birthday cutting celebration in honor of the Army's 232nd Birthday Celebration in Topeka, KS June 14.

  • Charlie Company Makes Contact

    Jun 27, 2007

    Soldiers from Company C, 1st Battalion, 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, kill one insurgent and captured three during an intense, 20-minute gun battle on the streets of Baghdad's Adhamiyah neighborhood, June 16.

  • TRADOC Soldiers present Army Birthday steamer ceremony

    Jun 27, 2007

    Twenty-one Soldiers from forts Eustis and Monroe proudly present the uniforms of their service's 232-year history during the U.S. Army Birthday Battle Streamer Ceremony at Fort Monroe, Va. The evening event also included a concert featuring the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Band.

  • PGA Tour Players Slated for Exhibition at Fort Belvoir Golf Club

    Jun 27, 2007

    Five PGA Tour players and the reigning NCAA Division I champion are scheduled to conduct a golf exhibition July 3 at Fort Belvoir Golf Club.

  • Military Center Studies Traumatic Brain Injuries

    Jun 27, 2007

    The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center treats and researches traumatic brain injuries, signature wounds of Operation Iraqi Freedom, for the Department of Defense.

  • Fort McCoy, Wisconsin Community Celebrates Army Birthday

    Jun 27, 2007

    Fort McCoy community enjoy Army Birthday events June 14 on the installation.

  • Gait Labs / Army Combat Readiness Center

    Jun 27, 2007

    Gait Labs at WRAMC helps wounded Troops live more active lives by creating better prosthetics; The Army Combat Readiness Centers wants to remind everyone about heat related injuries as summer heats up.

  • Arkansas Darter

    Jun 27, 2007

    Wildlife specialists at Ft. Drum, NY help sustain training by protecting a fish species called the Arkansas Darter. James Williams reports.

  • Engineers power up Iraqi Police

    Jun 27, 2007

    On the streets of IraqAca,!a,,cs capital, electricity comes and goes. Some enjoy it without interruption. Others receive periods of steady supply followed by rolling blackouts.

  • Humvee Rollover Training Saves Lives in Afghanistan

    Jun 27, 2007

    Special training in escaping from an overturned Humvee paid off last month for soldiers assigned here who suffered only minor injuries when their Humvee rolled over after an attempted suicide-car-bomb attack.

  • Family Begins Life Together in Earnest After Deployment

    Jun 27, 2007

    Imagine being married for almost 18 months, but spending only one of those months together.

  • New Kit Keeps Deployed Soldiers Living Well

    Jun 27, 2007

    With the new Expeditionary Force Provider Kit, deployed Soldiers can have fully-functional living quarters ready in the field in as little as four hours.

  • NATO Forces Winning Battle Against Taliban in Afghanistan

    Jun 27, 2007

    Though the number of insurgent attacks in Afghanistan has increased as officials predicted it would with better weather, coalition forces are winning the battle against al Qaeda and the Taliban in NATO's Regional Command East.

  • Tiger Woods to Honor Soldiers, Families

    Jun 27, 2007

    Tiger Woods will honor Soldiers and military Families July 4 at the inaugural Earl Woods Memorial Pro-Am Tournament, part of the AT&T National PGA Tour event, scheduled for July 3-8 at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.

  • Army's Medical Hotline Serves Soldiers, Families

    Jun 27, 2007

    The Army's three-month-old Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline, established March 19, has already fielded thousands of calls from Soldiers and concerned Family members.

  • A young Afghan boy quote

    Jun 27, 2007

    A young Afghan boy to a guard at a governorAca,!a,,cs compound. The Taliban had fitted the naAfA-ve boy with explosives and had given him instructions on how to detonate it, but heAca,!a,,cd forgotten what to do.

  • Yummy

    Jun 27, 2007

    A Soldier provides medicine to an Afghan child as part of a Medical Civic Assistance Program in Khowst Province, June 21.

  • Regional library moves to new home

    Jun 27, 2007

    HEIDELBERG, Germany Aca,!" Aca,!A"Wow,Aca,!A? exclaimed medical librarian Jean Murphy on a recent visit to newly renovated building 3654, Aca,!A"this looks like a real library!Aca,!A?

  • Fort Riley Medic Earns Silver Star

    Oct 14, 2011

    Even after having been thrown several meters, knocked unconscious, set aflame and buried under rubble all as a result of a suicide-vehicle-borne IED, a Fort Riley medic braved small-arms fire to save the lives of fellow Soldiers and Iraqi Policemen last year.

  • Rugged Mountains, Raging Rivers, Extremists

    Jun 26, 2007

    Afghanistan police and Soldiers from the Kalagush Provincial Reconstruction Team from Forward Operating Base Kalagush, Afghanistan, patrol the wilds of Nuristan Province, Afghanistan, June 14. The province is adjacent to Pakistan in the north of the country.

  • A Happy Homecoming for Support Unit

    Jun 26, 2007

    Nothing was going to dampen the festive mood June 15 at Wilson Fitness Center Aca,!" not delays in the air, on the McChord Air Force Base tarmac or even during weapons turn-in.

  • Two FRA workers begin 10th deployment keeping vehicles 'on line, on time'

    Jun 26, 2007

    TACOM Life Cycle Management Command's Forward Repair Activity at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, continues churning out vehicles and repair parts, keeping vehicles on the road and Soldiers in the fight.

  • A Day with Paratroopers in Pana

    Jun 26, 2007

    Soldiers from 2nd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division conduct a cordon and search of Pana, Afghanistan, June 9.

  • Cave Man

    Jun 26, 2007

    Spc. William Fowler searches for weapons caches in a cave near the village of Kuz Khadow Kheyl, Afghanistan, June 8.

  • Time Needed to Build Iraqi Forces, Training Chief Says

    Jun 26, 2007

    While Iraqi forces are progressing, it will take time before they are fully ready to shoulder the security burden, the Soldier in charge of training Iraqi Army and police said.

  • Coalition Trains Afghan Police in Special Weapons, Tactics

    Jun 26, 2007

    The battle against the Taliban is an ongoing fight throughout Afghanistan. One of the groups leading the charge against the terrorists and insurgents is the Afghan National Police.

  • Fort Bliss Construction Project

    Jun 26, 2007

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are in the midst of a $3 billion construction project at Fort Bliss, TX in preparation for the arrival of the 1st Armored Division from Germany.

  • Army Civilian Creed

    Jun 26, 2007

    Army civilians have their very own creed. Aaron Talley reports.

  • Sgt. 1st Class Adin Salkanovic

    Jun 26, 2007

    Sgt. 1st Class Adin Salkanovic volunteered to rejoin his unit in Iraq after recovering from multiple gunshot wounds in Diyala Province, Iraq. He is a native of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

  • German state recognizes U.S. Soldiers, civilians

    Jun 26, 2007

    HESSEN, Germany -- Ten U.S. Soldiers and civilians were among a host of men and women honored by Hessen Minister President Roland Koch at a special ceremony in Butzbach, Germany.

  • Army Reserve Now Part of Operational Force, General Says

    Jun 25, 2007

    The Army Reserve has transformed into an operational force, but needs to make more changes to better meet current and future needs, the top Army Reserve commander said.

  • Operation Arrowhead Ripper

    Jun 25, 2007

    In this slideshow - Soldiers clear Baqubah, a city in Iraq's volatile Diyala Province, northeast of Baghdad, June 19. The Soldiers are from 1st Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division.

  • Seeking a Way Forward Through Inter-Faith Reconciliation in Iraq

    Jun 25, 2007

    A meeting of Iraqi religious leaders from various sects and faiths has opened a door for further progress on reining in factional violence in Iraq, said the top U.S. chaplain in the country.

  • Coalition Forces Continue Heightened Operations in Iraq

    Jun 25, 2007

    Lt. Gen. Raymond T. Odierno said the series of operations under the overarching title Aca,!A"Operation Phantom ThunderAca,!A? is designed to protect the Iraqi people, ease reconciliation among the religious sects, defeat al Qaeda in Iraq and other extremists, and continue developing Iraqi security forces.

  • AFIP Change of Directorship

    Jun 25, 2007

    The Executive Agent for the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology transferred the responsibility of that Department of Defense organization from the outgoing military director to the incoming civilian director in a traditional ceremony held in front of the AFIP building today. This historic event took place at 9:00 a.m., followed by a reception at the AFIP National Museum of Health and Medicine.

  • Chemical Weapons Disposal Benchmark

    Jun 25, 2007

    The U.S. Meets the 45 percent Benchmark for Disposal of National Chemical Weapons arsenal.

  • The Confederate Gibraltar Falls

    Jun 25, 2007

    If at first you donAca,!a,,ct succeed, try, try again.

  • Door Gunner's View of Baghdad

    Jun 25, 2007

    A UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter door gunner provides security over Baghdad, June 16.

  • Miss USA, KEM Visit Soldiers

    Jun 25, 2007

    The reigning Miss USA Rachel Smith and R&B artist KEM paid a call on the Army Friday. After lunch and a Pentagon tour, the two visited Walter Reed Army Medical Center, where they spent several hours chatting with wounded warriors.

  • USACE Kentucky Lock

    Jun 25, 2007

    River transportation is the most energy efficient and environmentally friendly. Mary Cochran reports figures from a USACE lock project back that statement up.

  • Lt. Gen. Michael Rochelle quote

    Jun 25, 2007

    Lt. Gen. Michael Rochelle, the ArmyAca,!a,,cs deputy chief of staff for personnel, to the Commission on the National Guard and Reserves, June 21.

  • Registration Open for 'Great Getaways Sweepstakes'

    Jun 25, 2007

    Authorized Morale, Welfare and Recreation patrons have a chance to win an all-inclusive Aca,!A"Great GetawaysAca,!A? vacation package for two at any of the four Armed Forces Recreation Centers.

  • Reservists Carry Heavy Load in Humanitarian, Reconstruction Missions

    Jun 25, 2007

    Three Army Reserve Soldiers appeared with Chief of the Army Reserve Lt. Gen. Jack C. Stultz at the State Department's Foreign Press Center, June 21, to share their deployment stories with the media.

  • Army Driver Shows Improvement Despite Disappointing Finish

    Jun 25, 2007

    The final result sheet will show that Regan Smith finished 30th in his maiden Nextel Cup road race. But what the statistics won't show is how the rookie Army driver improved during the second half of Sunday's event at Infineon Raceway.

  • Extreme biking tests Soldiers

    Jun 25, 2007

    WINTERBERG, Germany -- Atop Winterberg awaits a day better than Christmas for a group of Soldiers revved up to do something that has become more of a passion -- or an obsession -- than a hobby.

  • Romani, Malubay Named Top 2007 Drill Sergeants

    Jun 22, 2007

    The top 17 drill sergeants from throughout U. S. Army Training and Doctrine Command competed this week at Fort Eustis, Va., to earn the honor of being named the 2007 Drill Sergeant of the Year.

  • Miss USA Visits Soldiers

    Jun 22, 2007

    The reigning Miss USA Rachel Smith paid a call on the Army yesterday. After lunch and a Pentagon tour, Miss USA visited Walter Reed Army Medical Center, where she spent several hours chatting with wounded warriors.

  • Miss USA Visits Soldiers

    Jun 22, 2007

  • Transformation Underway in South Korea

    Jun 22, 2007

    As the U.S. military transforms its forces from a Cold War-formation in South Korea, nowhere is the growth more visible than at Camp Humphreys.

  • Immersing Soldiers in Foreign Culture Aids the Learning Process

    Jun 22, 2007

    ItAca,!a,,cs not uncommon for Americans going on vacation abroad to research the country they are visiting. After all, as guests, they want to be respectful of othersAca,!a,,c cultures, and mindful of their customs and courtesies.

  • TRADOC leadership updates Soldiers on new initiatives

    Jun 22, 2007

    CHIEVRES, Belgium -- Supporting an Army at War and Our Bench for Tomorrow Starts Here were two major themes addressed by leaders of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command during their recent visit to the SHAPE/Chievres area.

  • Walter Reed Gait Laboratory Puts Amputee Troops Back in Step

    Jun 22, 2007

    As today's highly active servicemember amputees push their prosthetic devices to the limits, a lab at Walter Reed Army Medical Center here is gathering data that will help designers make the prostheses better, while enabling faster, more efficient recoveries for patients.

  • Iraq Operations Kill, Capture Scores of Terrorists

    Jun 22, 2007

    A series of anti-insurgent operations conducted across Iraq by U.S. and Iraqi troops in recent days has resulted in the killing or capture of scores of terrorists and the seizure of copious amounts of enemy ordnance.

  • Command Helps Test New Gun Shot Location System

    Jun 22, 2007

    The ShotSpotter system is an acoustic gun and mortar detection system that uses sound triangulation to detect and locate the origin of weaponsAca,!a,,c fire from a variety of small arms and crew-served weapons, added Ferrazano.

  • CRC Reminds Soldiers, Families of Heat-Injury Risks

    Jun 22, 2007

    As hot weather begins posing potential risk to Soldiers and Family members, the U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center reminds individuals that heat-injury prevention is not only a command and leadership responsibility, but a personal one, too.

  • Pentagon Puts Critical Technology on Trial

    Jun 22, 2007

    Defense officials this week are judging innovative tools that provide geospatial imaging, boost network communication and security, or fulfill other warfighter requirements on their utility, security and interoperability with existing and new systems.

  • Walter Reed Weapons Training System Gets Troops Back to Shooting

    Jun 22, 2007

    The Fire Arms Training System is part of occupational therapy at the center. It teaches servicemembers how to adjust to their injuries and how to fire military weapons despite new limitations. A computer system runs scenarios, and servicemembers fire a variety of electronically integrated weapons at a large screen. The results are digitally tallied in a computer, and progress is charted.

  • Barry Yancosek quote

    Jun 22, 2007

    Barry Yancosek, military medicine program manager at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, describing a firearms-as-therapy program Aca,!" even for those with upper body injuries. ThereAca,!a,,cs a similar program at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

  • Training Together

    Jun 22, 2007

    Soldiers from the 915th Medical Detachment (Forward Support Team) move a role-playing injured Airman from the 142nd Security Forces Squadron to a Coast Guard helicopter during an exercise aboard Coast Guard Air Station Astoria, Ore., June 7.

  • The Army Begins Here

    Jun 22, 2007

    Along with recruiters, Army drill sergeants help mold Soldier-trainees into the world's finest fighting force, imbuing them with a sense of Warrior Spirit and Ethos. This week, those drill sergeants showcased their skills and leadership ability at Fort Eustis, Va., during the Drill Sergeant of the Year competition.

  • 'Virtual Installation' Aims to Extend Big-Base Support to Small-Town America

    Jun 22, 2007

    Laura Stultz may have never been in the military herself, but she's had lots of experience holding down the home front, far from the nearest military installation, when her Soldier deploys.

  • Time, Money, Medals Used to Recognize Civilian-Employee Achievements

    Jun 22, 2007

    From a simple letter of commendation to the PresidentAca,!a,,cs Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service, there are many ways to recognize Department of the Army civilian employees for outstanding work.

  • Army Amputee Pushes for Policy Change

    Jun 22, 2007

    The man who has become the public face of Soldiers injured in Iraq and Afghanistan has a message for the Army leadership: Change the policy to make it easier for amputees to remain on active duty and return to combat.

  • Long Time Coming: Third Army Soldier Honored for WWII Bravery

    Jun 22, 2007

    Murray CountyAca,!a,,cs highest decorated World War II veteran received his due Friday when Third U.S. Army Commander Lt. Gen. R. Steven Whitcomb and community members proclaimed June 15 as Glenn Martin Day at the Murray County Courthouse in Chatsworth, Ga.

  • Marksmanship Championship / Hurricane Exercise

    Jun 21, 2007

    US Army Marksmanship Unit sweeps 48th Annual Inter-Service Pistol Championships at Fort Benning; US Army North, DOD, FEMA and Texas first responders took part in a Texas Hurricane Exercise in Austin.

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