Archive: Feb 2009

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  • Africa Command holds security assistance planning conference

    Feb 4, 2009

    U.S. Africa Command is planning the Department of Defense's military security assistance programs in Africa for fiscal years 2010 and 2011 during its annual capstone planning event in Garmisch, Germany, Feb. 2-6, 2009.

  • Warriors in Area I witness Superbowl XLIII

    Feb 4, 2009

    Soldiers, Civilians and Family members celebrated a sports national pastime Feb. 2 when they took off their busy schedules to witness footballAca,!a,,cs greatest spectacle, the Supebowl. Family Morale, Welfare and Recreation in Area I made extra efforts to make sure all Soldiers and Family members would have the opportunity to take in the event by offering free breakfast, or brunch, and watch the game in Community Activity Centers, clubs and in the field.

  • Red Cloud KATUSAs get Korean language update

    Feb 4, 2009

    Korean Augmentation to the United States Army soldiers gathered in USAG-Red CloudAca,!a,,cs theater Jan. 14 to hear a special lecture from Dr. Park, Jong Duck of the National Institute for Korean Language.

  • USS Harpers Ferry

    Feb 3, 2009

    The forward-deployed amphibious dock landing ship USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49) sails in route to participate in Exercise Cobra Gold 09 (CG 09). CG 09 is an annual Thailand and U.S. co-sponsored joint coalition multinational military exercise designed to train a Thai, U.S. and Singaporean Coalition Task Force.

  • Superbowl

    Feb 3, 2009

    AMBASSADOR HOTEL, JOMTIEN, Thailand Aca,!" While deployed in support of Exercise Cobra Gold 2009, Marines and sailors enjoyed a Super Bowl party hosted by Marine Corps Community Services here Feb. 2.

  • Amphibious Assault Demo

    Feb 3, 2009

    Cobra Gold is an annual Thailand and U.S. co-sponsored joint coalition multinational military exercise designed to train a Thai, U.S. and Singaporean Coalition Task Force. The exercise will also include humanitarian civic action projects with participating nations from Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, and the U.S., and a U.S. Thai military field training exercise.

  • Bi-Lateral Breach Training

    Feb 3, 2009

    CHIANG MAI, Thailand (Feb. 3, 2008) Aca,!" Five days of bilateral Dynamic Entry training culminated with a live exercise at the Thai 5th Special Forces Regiment training compound at Camp Khuwnian today, during which Thai special operations soldiers built and detonated interior and exterior linear charges as part of exercise Cobra Gold 2009.

  • Warm Welcome

    Feb 3, 2009

    CHIANG MAI, Thailand Aca,!" As participants of Cobra Gold 09 step foot in Thailand after what can be a long, tiring flight, they are welcomed and oriented by members of the Joint Reception Center staff at various hubs throughout the country.

  • Soldiers key in 'behind the scenes' effort at Cobra Gold

    Feb 3, 2009

    CHIANG MAI, Thailand - Stepping on stage should be easy for Cobra Gold '09 participants, thanks to the efforts of the U.S. Army, Pacific, Special Troops Battalion, who are manning the Coalition Task Force/ Joint Task Force Headquarters.

  • U.S. Navy Mock Casualty Exercise

    Feb 3, 2009

    CHUK SAMET, Thailand (Feb. 3, 2009) Aca,!" Sailors aboard the Maritime Prepositioning Ship S.S. Maj. Stephen W. Pless participate in a mock casualty evacuation prior to the start of exercise Cobra Gold 2009.

  • U. S. Navy Mock Evacuation Exercise

    Feb 3, 2009

    CHUK SAMET, Thailand (Feb. 3, 2009) Aca,!" Sailors aboard the Maritime Prepositioning Ship S.S. Maj. Stephen W. Pless participate in a mock casualty evacuation prior to the start of exercise Cobra Gold 2009.

  • U.S. Navy Mock Casualty Exercise

    Feb 3, 2009

    CHUK SAMET, Thailand (Feb. 3, 2009) Aca,!" Crewmembers aboard the Maritime Prepositioning Ship S.S. Maj. Stephen W. Pless participate in a mock casualty evacuation prior to the start of exercise Cobra Gold 2009 by lowering a simulated patient to a waiting Royal Thai Navy ship for transportation to a Thai hospital.

  • Celebrating Diversity in the Army: African American History Month

    Feb 3, 2009

    Celebrating Diversity in the Army: African American History Month - Tri-signed letter from senior Army leaders.

  • Helping Soldiers mend: nonprofit's dgital library, gaming donation add fun to healing process

    Feb 3, 2009

    CAUSE donates gaming digital library to Fort Hood Warrior Transition Brigade. This is the fifth gaming library this organization has donated to the Army's wounded Warriors

  • Army in DC area raises record $3.25 million for CFC

    Feb 3, 2009

    Secretary of the Army Pete Geren hosted an Army Combined Federal Campaign National Capital Area victory celebration at the Pentagon Monday, praising staff and contributors alike for raising more than $3.25 million for charity.

  • Long Knives celebrate Super Bowl

    Feb 3, 2009

  • February focus: African-American citizenship

    Feb 3, 2009

    The theme of this yearAca,!a,,cs African American History Month observance running through February is Aca,!A"Quest for Black Citizenship in the Americas.Aca,!A?

  • 1st ACB dedicates buildings to fallen warriors

    Feb 3, 2009

    FORT HOOD, Texas Aca,!" Amid freezing temperatures in the mid 20Aca,!a,,cs, a building dedication ceremony was held Jan. 28 at the 1st Air Cavalry Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, headquarters in honor of two fallen warriors who gave their lives during Operation Iraqi Freedom 06-08.

  • General Renuart NORTHCOM Commander Visits Chicago

    Feb 3, 2009

    General Victor E. Renuart Jr., Commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and the United States Northern Command (NORTHCOM), addresses a gathering of over 60 military leaders, public officials and private organizations at the Union League Club of Chicago February 2, 2009. Renuart described his command's composition and mission and its role in Homeland Defense, then fielded questions from the audience.

  • Remarks by Secretary Pete Geren to Army Management Staff College - Jan. 29, 2009

    Feb 3, 2009

    Remarks by Secretary Pete Geren to Army Management Staff College on Jan. 29, 2009.

  • Profiles of Courage: Medical students overcome tragedy

    Feb 3, 2009

    At the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, or USU, the stories of 2nd Lt. Gilberto Nieves and 2nd Lt. Demara Wright are two of courage spun on the heels of tragedy.

  • Panel highlights space contributions to the warfighter

    Feb 3, 2009

    The importance of space to the warfighter, in particular Special Forces, was the main topic of discussion during the warfighter panel at the 11th Annual SPACECOMM Defending America Symposium, conducted Jan. 28 at the Broadmoor Hotel. This yearAca,!a,,cs warfighter panel was chaired by Brig. Gen. Kurt S. Story, Deputy Commanding General for Operations, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command.

  • Fort Bragg's workload mapping tool: New system tracks Soldier work hours

    Feb 3, 2009

    Fort Bragg is implementing the Workload Mapping Tool system to track the work that Soldiers do during daily operations. Training for the new tracking system began in June and everyone supervising Soldiers needs to implement the use of WMT to account for all military personnel work hours by Friday.

  • Culinary arts competition at Fort Bragg

    Feb 3, 2009

  • At Fort Bragg, pressure builds as culinary arts competition approaches

    Feb 3, 2009

    After spending weeks in the kitchen practicing their recipes and perfecting their culinary presentation, 12 Fort Bragg Soldiers stood patiently waiting for a master chef to adjudicate their dishes at a practice cooking show held at Pope Air Base Jan. 12. The culinary arts team, led by Sgt. 1st Class Rodney L. Lubnow, team captain and culinary arts instructor, 249th Quartermaster Company, consisting of 12 Army cooks from various units on Fort Bragg, have been working on their recipes since Dec. 1, 2008 in preparation for the Department of Defense 34th annual culinary arts competition held at Fort Lee, Va. Feb. 28 through March 13. Aca,!A"The purpose of this competition is to promote growth in the culinary field, especially as it concerns ability, practicality, nutrition, workmanship, economy, presentation, creativity and concept,Aca,!A? explained Master Sgt. Dave Turcottte, the advanced skills sergeant major from Fort Lee and judge in this yearAca,!a,,cs competition. Aca,!A"This is a great opportunity for the Soldiers. It builds morale and puts a lot of focus on the military food service industry. It brings out the competition but also builds camaraderie, teamwork and cohesion,Aca,!A? said Lubnow.

  • Fort Bragg chaplains display faith, unity

    Feb 3, 2009

    The Army is a diverse community where people of all races, colors and creeds work together each day to accomplish the mission. Soldiers and their Families represent a cross-section of America, bringing their unique heritage with them to each new duty station around the country and around the world. Even though the chaplains stationed at Fort Bragg have different faiths, they work together and celebrate one anotherAca,!a,,cs beliefs uniting in serving the needs of Soldiers and their Families. They display camaraderie and cooperation not usually seen between the major religions outside of a military community. Aca,!A"To celebrate together is uncommon and unique to military setting but indicative of how we do business,Aca,!A? said Chaplain (Col.) Joel Cocklin, the Fort Bragg garrison chaplain. A recent display of this interfaith support was at the Hanukah candle lighting ceremony Dec. 22 at the Watters Center where chaplains and Soldiers of numerous faiths and denominations celebrated the season.

  • Blackhearts march for Army, 82nd at historic inauguration

    Feb 3, 2009

    On an arctic yet historic day in the nationAca,!a,,cs capital, 90 members of Company B, 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division marched in the inaugural parade to honor the countryAca,!a,,cs 44th president Aca,!" Barack Obama. The men of Co. B, the Blackhearts, represented the more than 450,000 active-duty Soldiers of the United States Army in the parade held Jan. 20. The unit was chosen because, as part of 1st Bn., 504th PIR, it was the first unit of the surge in Iraq and because, in company commander Capt. Scott N. McKayAca,!a,,cs words, Aca,!A"the unit has shown itself to be a professional organization.Aca,!A?

  • Infant communication aids in development

    Feb 3, 2009

    How can a 12 month old baby tell you he or she is hungry or tired, without speaking a word' By using baby sign language. Fort Bragg parents can take advantage of the new baby, toddler and preschool sign language program, which began its enrollment this January at the Child, Youth and School Services center. Aca,!A"We teach things that are relevant to their world,Aca,!A? said Paul Driessen, instuctional program specialist for Child, Youth and School Services. Aca,!A"If the child is hungry, if the child is thirsty, if the child is cold, we teach them to use those types of signs,Aca,!A? Driessen said. Designed for all babies, whether or not theyAca,!a,,cre hearing impaired, the sign langauge program aides in their cognitive development.

  • Austin praises deployed troops, Families

    Feb 3, 2009

    LTG Austin, MNC-I commander discusses accomplishments of the last year and support Soldiers receive.

  • U.S. Army Europe salutes its top print, broadcast journalists of 2008

    Feb 3, 2009

    HEIDELBERG, Germany (Feb. 3, 2009) -- U.S. Army Europe honors its outstanding print and broadcast journalists with the announcement today of winners in the USAREUR level of the ArmyAca,!a,,cs 2008 Maj. Gen. Keith L. Ware Journalism Awards Competition. The competition salutes excellence among the Soldiers and civilian employees throughout USAREUR who produce print and broadcast programming, articles, photographs, graphic art and Web-based products to inform and entertain the Army audience. The annual contest is named for a World War II Medal of Honor recipient and former Army Chief of Information who was killed in action in Vietnam.

  • 7th Army JMTC gives Netherlands marines first taste of military life

    Feb 3, 2009

    GRAFENWOEHR, Germany (January 21, 2009) - For most young Soldiers joining the military can be a first step on the road to independence.

  • Volunteers Strengthen Army Families

    Feb 3, 2009

    MONS, Belgium Aca,!" Prior to moving to Belgium, Elizabeth Schaffer was a consultant in Washington, D.C., where she taught leadership skills to government clients at prices exceeding $1,000 per day. Now, Schaffer voluntarily teaches those skills through Army Family Team Building at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe.

  • Officials congratulate Iraqis for successful provincial elections

    Feb 3, 2009

    WASHINGTON Aca,!" Senior military officials congratulated the Iraqi people for holding provincial elections Jan. 31, praising the Iraqi and U.S. forces that helped make the elections safe.

  • Competition heats up - 15 cooks earn chance to shine in Army culinary event

    Feb 3, 2009

    MANNHEIM, Germany -- The enticing smell of filet mignon and apple crepes filled the air inside the Spinelli Barracks dining facility Jan. 27. But this was no normal day for Mannheim as Europe's best chefs efficiently moved around the kitchen.

  • New bridge brings hope, safety to Afghanistan's Panjshir valley

    Feb 3, 2009

    WASHINGTON Aca,!" More than 100 Afghans and Panjshir Provincial Reconstruction Team members attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new $180,000 Bakshi Khiel Bridge in the Rokha district of AfghanistanAca,!a,,cs Panjshir province Jan. 26.

  • New GI Bill carries different eligibility, benefits

    Feb 3, 2009

    WASHINGTON Aca,!" A series of educational assistance programs administered by the Veterans Affairs Department, commonly called the GI Bill, have helped servicemembers pursue post-secondary learning for decades. Soon, another program will be added to the mix: The Post-9/11 Veterans Education Bill will be available to qualified individuals Aug. 1.

  • Vice Governor of Gyeonggi visits Red Cloud

    Feb 3, 2009

    Gyeonggi Provence vice governor, and Col. Larry Aca,!EoePepperAca,!a,,c Jackson, commander, USAG-RC, discuss the relationship and responsibilities shared by Gyeonggi Provence and the U.S. Army in Area I.

  • Covenant provides concrete support to Livorno families

    Feb 3, 2009

    LIVORNO, Italy Aca,!" The Army Family Covenant recognizes the sacrifices of SoldiersAca,!a,,c families, as military leadership is certainly well aware of the important role that family plays in a servicememberAca,!a,,cs life.

  • Area I employees hold blood drive for stricken child

    Feb 3, 2009

    Employees of Red CloudAca,!a,,cs Directorate of Logistics and Korean Employees Union held a blood drive to benefit Ko, Un Young, an elementary school student suffering from leukemia.

  • EEO, POSH briefings given at Red Cloud

    Feb 3, 2009

    Supervisors and nonsupervisors gained extra knowledge of prevention of sexual harassment during training held Jan. 16 by the USAG-Red Cloud Equal Employment Opportunity office. Training began with an understanding of the principle of equal employment opportunity being one, which asserts all people should have the right to work and advance based on merit and ability, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability status, and without reprisal.

  • Donducheon English Camp students visit Casey

    Feb 3, 2009

    Students, teachers and Donducheon Middle School officials came to Casey Jan. 9 for a day of study and play to wrap up their Aca,!A"Dream English Camp.Aca,!A?

  • Red Cloud gets new ICE Customer Service Officer

    Feb 3, 2009

    Soldiers, Civilians and Family members will see more opportunities to get answers to their questions and concerns about services offered by directorates and other service organizations: Army and Air Force Exchange Service and the Defense Commissary Agency. Answers may turn around and come back to the customers quicker if Area IAca,!a,,cs new Interactive Customer Evaluation Customer Service Officer, Lia Abney, has her way.

  • Red Cloud leadership meets with Korean business leaders

    Feb 2, 2009

    Col. Larry Aca,!EoePepperAca,!a,,c Jackson and Area I leaders met with members of the Korean Business Leaders Forum Jan. 7 in the Mustang Club in Bosandong. The visit had three main purposes and several goals. The primary purpose is to further goals of being good neighbors while the U.S. Army is living and working in the Republic of Korea. The Red Cloud and Casey missions include community service outside the installations and include fostering a positive social engagement between the U.S. and Korean communities.

  • Multinational participants arrive for 28th iteration of Exercise Cobra Gold

    Feb 2, 2009

    CHIANG MAI, Thailand -- More than 11,000 participants and observers representing 15 nations will deploy to Thailand this month in support of Exercise Cobra Gold 09, a two-week long annual joint combined multinational training exercise scheduled to be held from Feb. 4-17 here.

  • U.S. Marine returns to her first home to support Cobra Gold 09

    Feb 2, 2009

    PATTAYA, Thailand Aca,!" After living in the United States for 19 years, 15 of which she has worn the uniform of a U.S. Marine, Staff Sgt. Siriporn Nakphinphat returned to Thailand in support of Exercise Cobra Gold 2009.

  • USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49) sails to participate in Exercise Cobra Gold 09

    Feb 2, 2009

    Photo of USS Harpers Ferry in Cobra Gold

  • Gen. Petraeus performs Super Bowl coin toss

    Feb 2, 2009

    On Feb. 1 in Tampa, Fla., during Super Bowl XLIII, Gen. David H. Petraeus, Commander of U.S. Central Command, performed the ceremonial coin toss for the Arizona Cardinals' and Pittsburgh Steelers' team captains.

  • RDECOM Profile - Amanda Dubbs

    Feb 2, 2009

    The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command showcases its award-winning scientists and engineers.

  • RDECOM Update - (1/26/2009)

    Feb 2, 2009

    RDECOM participates in the Army Science Conference, I/ITSEC and the Defense Manufacturing Conference.

  • 2-17th Cav. Reg. named top Army aviation battalion

    Feb 2, 2009

    2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Combat Aviation Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, was selected as the top Army aviation battalion during a ceremony Jan. 30 at Fort Rucker, Ala.

  • STS crew on USO Tour

    Feb 2, 2009

    Returning to Earth from their November 2008 mission, the crew from the Space Shuttle Endeavour's STS-126 mission are paying a special visit to the troops in Germany and the Middle East from Jan. 26 through Feb. 5. On Jan. 30, the crew visited Manas Air Base, Kyrgyzstan.

  • Army Guard 'Fundamentally Different' Now

    Feb 2, 2009

    As the Army has transformed itself into a more relevant and capable force for the 21st century, the Army National Guard has played an important role, the chief of staff of the Army told an audience Saturday at the Army Guard's Senior Leadership Conference here at the Professional Education Center on Camp Joseph T. Robinson.

  • Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge

    Feb 2, 2009

  • Guard in three states battle ice storm aftermath

    Feb 2, 2009

    One week after a major ice storm that stretched from the Ozarks through Appalachia, three states are still recovering with the help of the National Guard.

  • Iraqis vote while Soldiers show support

    Feb 2, 2009

    U.S. Soldiers assisted the Iraqi forces with security, while Iraqis in Baghdad exercised their democratic right to vote Jan 31.

  • Innovation saves thousands to ship damaged track vehicles

    Feb 2, 2009

    Transporting battle damaged Abrams tanks and Bradley fighting vehicles is no simple affair. Special ground transportation is required and is a costly proposition. Ralph Cote, a marine cargo specialist with the 842nd Transportation Battalion in Beaumont, Texas, found a solution that is saving thousands of dollars.

  • USTRANSCOM commander shares his intent as the Distribution Process Owner

    Feb 2, 2009

    Gen. Duncan J. McNabb, commander of U.S. Transportation Command, shared his intent as the Department of DefenseAca,!a,,cs Distribution Process Owner in a memorandum addressed to the service chiefs, other combatant commanders, and many of the DoDAca,!a,,cs most senior logisticians.

  • Mexican Army Col. Dem Gerado Merida Sanchez

    Feb 2, 2009

    Mexican Army Col. Dem Gerado Merida Sanchez (second from the left) headed a delegation from the Office of the Mexican Secretary of National Defense recently visited the U.S. Army Research Development and Engineering Command's G2 (Security) Office as part of a Office of the Secretary of Defense invitation. Members of the delegation received briefings and insight on the implementation of Army security procedures.

  • Happy Birthday, FDR!!

    Feb 2, 2009

    A wreath is placed at the gravesite of Pres. and Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt to commemorate his 127th birthday. Brig. Gen. Patrick Finnegan placed the wreath on behalf of Pres. Barack Obama

  • Army pulls body armor, despite assertion of safety

    Feb 2, 2009

    The Army is collecting more than 16,000 sets of body armor ballistic inserts, even though it considers those inserts to be fully capable of doing the job they were designed to do.

  • Delta mariner brings launch support equipment to Meck Island

    Feb 2, 2009

    The Missile Defense Agency contracted the Delta Mariner to bring their support equipment to their launch site at Meck Island. The Delta Mariner, a 312-foot long and 8,000-horsepower supply ship, specializes in transporting space-bound hardware. Designed to navigate shallow inland waterways as well as the open ocean, this versatile transport vessel hauled launch support equipment almost 11,000 miles from Decatur, Ala., down the Tennessee, Ohio and Mississippi rivers into the Gulf of Mexico. The ship transited the Panama Canal en route to the Hawaiian Islands then on to Kwajalein Atoll. This journey began on Dec. 22 and ended when the Delta Mariner docked at Meck Island on Jan. 30.

  • Old Guard Soldier Named 2008 Career Counselor of the Year

    Feb 2, 2009

    Sgt. 1st Class Strate Flessas has been named the Secretary of the Army's Career Counselor of the Year for Fiscal Year 2008.

  • Safely moving Heavy Brigade Combat Team track vehicles

    Feb 2, 2009

    LIVORNO, Italy -- Camp Darby units 839th Transportation Battalion and 3rd Battalion, 405th Army Field Support Brigade worked ardently together to ensure the successful arrival and transportation of 144 vehicles belonging to the 172nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team Left Behind Equipment from the Port of Livorno to Leghorn Army Depot for repair.

  • Fighting Enemy Rockets with a U.S. Army Crossbow

    Feb 2, 2009

    During the second week of February, 1944, U.S. Army Airmen launched strategic strikes to preempt enemy super-weapons.

  • Partnership between Iraqi, 1st Armored Division Soldiers helps keep provincial elections safe

    Feb 2, 2009

    BAGHDAD, Iraq (Feb. 2, 2009) -- No serious violent incidents marred Jan. 31's Iraqi provincial elections, said officials with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division who worked in concert with Iraqi security forces to keep the polling in their areas of operations safe. The 17th Iraqi Army Division and Iraqi police were responsible for the security operations in the Mahmudiyah Qada area with 2nd BCT and other Multi-National Division - Baghdad Soldiers in a supporting role.

  • Army forces conduct combined jump training at Soto Cano

    Feb 2, 2009

    "Follow me!" yelled a 6-foot-tall U.S. Army Airborne Soldier, motioning with his arm to the Soldiers behind him. Eyes bright with excitement, the jump master turned and stepped out the back of a CH-47D Chinook helicopter as smoothly as if he were stepping off his own front porch.

  • Military commissions must obey President's directive, official says

    Feb 2, 2009

    The military commissions system created in 2006 to try accused terrorists held at the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, must comply with President Barack ObamaAca,!a,,cs directive to suspend all legal proceedings there, Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell said at a news conference today.

  • Army-issued body armor safe, effective, official says

    Feb 2, 2009

    WASHINGTON Aca,!" Soldiers should have full confidence in the quality of a particular series of Army-issued body armor plates that has come under recent scrutiny, Army officials said.

  • Wiesbaden students to match skills with world's best at Las Vegas Robotics competition

    Feb 2, 2009

    WIESBADEN, Germany Aca,!" Long after most students and teachers have left Wiesbaden High School for the evening, a team of dedicated individuals are hard at work brainstorming and preparing their entry for the 2009 Robotics Contest to be held in Las Vegas, Nev., March 24-29.

  • General challenges audience to uphold Martin Luther King's dream

    Feb 2, 2009

    HOHENFELS, Germany Aca,!" Maj. General Anthony Jackson, director of operations and logistics for U.S. Africa Command, remembers why we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Aca,!a,,cs birthday.

  • AAFES honors its civilians for support of servicemembers in Global War on Terror

    Feb 2, 2009

    WIESBADEN, GERMANY Aca,!" Aca,!A"It was an experience you donAca,!a,,ct forget,Aca,!A? said Ernest Ingram about volunteering to deploy to Iraq to open a Post Exchange there for the Army and Air Force Exchange Service.

  • Wiesbaden commander awarded Cross of Honor of the Bundeswehr

    Feb 2, 2009

    WIESBADEN, Germany Aca,!" The commander of U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden has been presented with one of the highest German military decorations.

  • Salah ad-Din Officials Coordinate Security for Provincial Elections

    Feb 1, 2009

    Iraqi Army and Iraqi Police coordinated security and elections operations at the Provincial Joint Coordination Center during the Jan. 31 provincial elections.

  • Kurdish Soldiers graduate US Army combat lifesaver course

    Feb 1, 2009

    HABUR GATE, Iraq Aca,!"Iraqi-Kurdish Soldiers received certificates of completion after they became the first class to graduate from the U.S. Army combat lifesaver course on Jan. 27.

  • 311th Signal Command connects Cobra Gold

    Feb 1, 2009

    311th Signal Command (Theater) connects communications assets for Cobra Gold 2009, the 28th U.S. and Thailand-led multilateral exercise.

  • Atshiyana Village opens new elementary school in Kirkuk Province

    Feb 1, 2009

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