Archive: Jul 2009

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  • USASOC Black Daggers impress 70,000 Spectators at the Prairie Air Show in Peoria, IL - Part 3 of 3

    Jul 24, 2009

    The 2009 Prairie Air Show broke attendance records this year and the United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC), Black Daggers, Fort Bragg, NC, were the only paratroopers in the show. The Black Daggers opened up the air show each day by jumping in the American Flag for the record-breaking 70,000 spectators. Director of the Prairie Air Show Brett Krause hosted the Paratroopers and was extremely impressed with their precision in landing either on target or up and down the flight line, so the crowd could get an up-close view. The Black Daggers demonstrated their expertise at two shows a day for three days and jumped on to a grocery store parking lot the day before the air show opened, to help promote the weekend activities. The grocery store demonstration also served as a training mission for the Peoria Air National Guard flight crew, 169th Airlift Squadron that provided the jump platform for the team. Shoppers were amazed when the team landed in the parking lot amongst their cars at the Kroger Grocery Store. Team members include: Team Leader, Sgt. 1st Class, Dave Rose; Assistant Team Leader, Staff Sgt. Dewey Vinaya; Team Medic, Staff Sgt. Jason Spinnicchia; Sgt. Tony Galusha, and on hand for this trip, Sgt. Maj. Abe Sanchez.

  • VIDEO: TRADOC 2009 Best Warrior competition

    Jul 24, 2009

    Three NCOs and three Soldiers battled to become the 2009 TRADOC Soldier and NCO of the Year. The competition started with the Army Physical Fitness Test and concluded with a board of senior NCOs.

  • August 2009, Vol 64, No 8

    Jul 24, 2009

  • May Issue

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Fort Monroe hosts first training class for new TRADOC Enterprise Calendar

    Jul 24, 2009

    TRADOC Enterprise Calendar (TEC) training was conducted here at the JROTC computer facility in the Cadet Command Headquarters.

  • Correction for June issue

    Jul 24, 2009

  • February Issue

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Vice chief challenges doctors to help with 'mental wellness'

    Jul 24, 2009

    Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Peter W. Chiarelli told more than 2,000 Army health-care professionals Tuesday that they must produce "mental wellness" through a multidisciplinary approach.

  • Leadership of APG Garrison changes hands

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Summer program allows children to experience food, music, crafts of different countries

    Jul 24, 2009

    "I got a passport, just like in real life. You have to have a passport to go to tropical islands, Africa (and) China," he said. "I would like to travel because of the way it looks here," at camp.

  • ECBC employee engineers interesting way to promote STEM careers to students

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Contract awarded for ARL's Vehicle Technology Directorate facility

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Walls bids farewell to Fort Benning

    Jul 24, 2009

    FORT BENNING, Ga. - Deputy garrison commander Chuck Walls isn't ready to leave. "I'm still packing things up and finishing paperwork. I probably won't leave this office until I have to get on the plane," Walls said.

  • Commentary: Be water wise

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Astronomy is much more than just a hobby for APG visual information specialist

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Families find Donovan library's new location 'convenient'

    Jul 24, 2009

    FORT BENNING, Ga. - The Donovan Research Library has a new look. Located near the commissary and the Pins & Daubers Bingo Hall on Marne Road, the library has a more open floor plan, compared with its previous location in Infantry Hall. It also has new books for recreational reading.

  • Housing expands at Camp Merrill

    Jul 24, 2009

    Fort Benning Ga. - Military family housing options recently doubled for Soldiers at Camp Merrill in Dahlonega, Ga., with the expansion of Porter Village.

  • Convoy training teaches Paratroopers to rule the road

    Jul 24, 2009

    Paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division's 2nd BCT Special Troops Battalion conducted urban convoy live fire training

  • USAF detachment participates in school Patriot program

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Water - It does the body good

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Army opens Senior Civilian Talent pool at APG

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Georgia guardsman laid to rest in Columbus

    Jul 24, 2009

    COLUMBUS, Ga. - Army SPC Isaac "Chip" Johnson, a Georgia National Guardsman from Columbus killed in Afghanistan earlier this month, was laid to rest Friday.

  • Overcoming the sounds of silence: Rifleman Radio improves Soldier communication field

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Gunnery sergeant of 'Full Metal Jacket' fame visits APG for program called 'Lock n�

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Zaidon begins market road refurbishments, other projects

    Jul 24, 2009

    BAGHDAD - The clink of a shovel against a dirt road promised a better future for the people of the Zaidon area of the Abu Ghraib county west of Baghdad.

  • White House announces first Soldier to receive Medal of Honor for valor in Afghanistan

    Jul 24, 2009

  • U.S. Army's eCYBERMISSION Program announces winners

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Engineers beef up force protection at FOB Hammer

    Jul 24, 2009

    BAGHDAD - In a barren desert seemingly in the middle of nowhere, Forward Operating Base Hammer lies quietly in the Mada'In Qada east of Baghdad and miles from the Iraq capital's heavily populated streets.

  • Forget football, Auburn home to some of nature's best hideaways

    Jul 24, 2009

    Fort Benning, Ga. - If you think Auburn, Ala., only means football, think again. Saturday, I discovered a hidden waterfall, garden sculptures and miles of trails - all well worth an hour drive. For the nature-lover in all of us, there are at least four environmental havens within 10-miles of the city and you can visit all of them in a day.

  • 150th ARS receives Old Hickory combat patch

    Jul 24, 2009

    BAGHDAD - West Virginia National Guardsmen from the 150th Armored Reconnaissance Squadron receive the 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team's insignia patch during a ceremony at Camp Stryker July 22, as recognition of wartime service.

  • USAIS names three instructors of the quarter

    Jul 24, 2009

    Fort Benning, Ga. - The U.S. Army Infantry School and Fort Benning named its top instructors for the third quarter.

  • Three brothers serve second tour together in Iraq

    Jul 24, 2009

    BAGHDAD - When Sgt. Jeremy Brown of Glenville, W. Va., was involuntarily recalled to deploy to Iraq this year, it quickly became a family affair.

  • Mile-long training trek concludes Combat Lifesaver class

    Jul 24, 2009

    BAGHDAD - As the sun slowly rose beyond the palm trees on signal hill, Soldiers worked together in two teams of nine to complete a mile-long combat lifesaver training exercise to end a three-day CLS course, here, July 22.

  • ARSST 27 Welcomed Home

    Jul 24, 2009

    Members of Army Space Support Team 27 returned home July 22 after an eight-month deployment to Iraq.

  • Watervliet Arsenal: What Summer Shutdown'

    Jul 24, 2009

    When times are good in manufacturing plants, a production-heavy focus may blur the organization's focus on requirements for such things as equipment maintenance. In essence, workers and machines are pushed to the max to make tight delivery schedules, and maintenance often becomes viewed as a non-profit activity by the organization. The Watervliet Arsenal is trying to change that thought process by introducting a new maintenance concept to the workforce.

  • Airborne students take to the skies

    Jul 24, 2009

    FORT BENNING, Ga. - Hundreds of Soldiers dropped out of the skies above Fort Benning this week in a bid to earn their wings.

  • First Soldier to receive Medal of Honor for valor in Afghanistan

    Jul 24, 2009

    Sgt. 1st Class Jared Monti, who was killed in Afghanistan June 21, 2006, will receive the Medal of Honor for his valor in combat, the White House has announced.

  • Engineers build Soldiers larger, cooler dining facility at COP 799

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Angelina Jolie visits 1st Cav., MND-B

    Jul 24, 2009

  • Benning Junior Rifle Club takes first at Junior Olympics

    Jul 24, 2009

    Fort Benning, Ga. - Four shooters from the Fort Benning Junior Rifle Club took first place in the precision class team competition July 6 at the National Junior Olympic Air Rifle Championship at Camp Perry, Ohio.

  • Soldiers and ANP patrol Khost province, Afghanistan

    Jul 24, 2009

    U.S. Soldiers and Afghan National Police patrol two villages in Khost province talking to locals, July 22.

  • Top engineer praises MCOE progress

    Jul 24, 2009

    Fort Benning, Ga. - The Army's chief engineer got an update on the future Maneuver Center of Excellence and toured several facilities during a recent visit to Fort Benning.

  • Senator tours Fort Detrick remediation site, lauds efforts

    Jul 24, 2009

    U.S. Sen. Benjamin Cardin visits Fort Detrick to tour landfill capping operations and discuss remediation efforts.

  • August 2009, Vol. 64, No. 8

    Jul 24, 2009

    August

  • Antietam: Forging the modern military medicine system

    Jul 24, 2009

    Staff of US Army Garrison Fort Detrick recently visited Antietam battlefield, near Sharpsburg, Md., to explore the roots of the modern military medical sysem.

  • Society of American Indian Government Employees Recognize RDECOM Employee

    Jul 24, 2009

    Elaine Halchak, a security manager at the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, has earned the 2009 Society of American Indian Government Employees Award for the Department of the Army.

  • Fort Campbell's Strike Soldiers unite as team

    Jul 24, 2009

    Teams, even at the smallest levels are crucial to the success of any mission and the Soldiers and leaders of the 1st Squadron, 75th Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, understand that concept all too well. Strike Cavalry Soldiers focused solely on team building during their Eagle Flight One training at Fort Knox July 6-17.

  • Fort Campbell Children cope with grief

    Jul 24, 2009

    Fort Campbell hosted the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors Good Grief Camp-Out this weekend. The TAPS program provides a source of comfort, peer support and information to help survivors heal. This was the first overnight Good Grief Camp in the nation, according to camp director Tina Barrett. "The plan is for it to be an annual camp."

  • Ready, Set, Rock! The Volunteers to perform for Fort Meade community

    Jul 24, 2009

    The Volunteers will perform at the Fort Meade Pavilion at 7 p.m., August 8, as part of Fort Meade's Summer Band Concert Series. The concert is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. The Volunteers have been telling the Army story through music--rock, pop, country, R&B and patriotic tunes--since 1981, and they continue to inspire patriotism as they travel across America performing for millions of concert goers. Their performances are intensely delivered and reinforced by an unequivocal amount of pride in what they do. And, what The Volunteers give to the fans is unique-a blend of tunes from different styles, varying genres and multiple generations. CLICK ON THE RELATED LINK TO HEAR THE VOLUNTEERS!

  • New PRT takes command in Paktya

    Jul 24, 2009

    Paktya Provincial Reconstruction Team transfers authory, July 15.

  • Lone Star gov. gets home-state welcome at BAF

    Jul 24, 2009

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry comes to Afghanistan, with four other state governors, and gets Texas sized greeting.

  • Schooling security engineers

    Jul 24, 2009

    With suicide bombs, improvised explosive devices, and other types of terrorist attacks on the rise, building safer, more secure structures is a real consideration in engineering design.

  • Schweinfurt ACS receives recommendation for accreditation

    Jul 24, 2009

    SCHWEINFURT, Germany - The Army Family Covenant that was signed in 2007 represents a $1.4 billion commitment to improve the quality of life for Army Families, according to the AFC document. The U. S. Army Garrison Schweinfurt Army Community Service Center exudes that program expansion to help care for Soldiers and family members.

  • Command Sgt. Maj. Grippe visits Joint Base Balad

    Jul 24, 2009

    Command Sgt. Maj. Frank A. Grippe, Multi-National Corps-Iraq senior enlisted leader, visited Soldiers at Joint Base Balad, Iraq July 22, 2009.

  • Temporary End-Strength Increase

    Jul 23, 2009

    Secretary of Defense authorized a temporary increase of up to 22,000 Soldiers for the active Army. This temporary end-strength increase will reduce the stress and strain on the force by ensuring all deploying units are filled appropriately. The Army welcomes the additional Soldiers, as it faces a period of transitioning global commitments, an increased number of non-deployable Soldiers and the impending end of stop loss. The temporary end-strength increase will improve unit readiness by January 2010 and will last for several years before regressing back to its current level of 547,400.

  • EOD NCO reaches five-year mark after tough, life-changing injury

    Jul 23, 2009

    Soldier overcomes disability challenges despite missing limb.

  • Volunteers rock

    Jul 23, 2009

    THE smoke clears. The curtain slowly rises as rowdy fans cheer. A group emerges sporting larger-than-life hair and lurid clothing. Bright lights and earsplitting noise ensue. That's what typically comes to mind when you picture a rock band, right'

  • Forming bonds through medicine in the Horn of Africa

    Jul 23, 2009

    SERVICEMEMBERS from Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa traveled throughout remote regions of Djibouti in March, providing medical and public health aid during a medical civil action program. The MEDCAP team, made up of Soldiers assigned to the 489th Civil Affairs Battalion, 360th Civil Affairs Brigade force-protection personnel, Sailors from Camp Lemonier's Expeditionary Medical Facility, and medics from the 414th Civil Affairs Battalion, visited several villages in the Gaggade Desert.

  • Honoring soldiers with music

    Jul 23, 2009

    MUSIC, for most people, is a natural and pervasive part of life. It's everywhere-on your MP3 player, the radio, or stuck on repeat in your head. It helps express otherwise inexpressible feelings, and serves to calm nerves. Music is also a great way to remember things and can be used as a teaching tool. The JamsBio project from Mouth Watering Media harnesses that emotional and academic power to pay tribute to American servicemembers.

  • Soldiers catch flat track fever!

    Jul 23, 2009

    ROLLER derby is an American-invented team sport based on formation skating around an oval track, which can be flat or banked. Played mostly by women, roller derby is an organized, if rough, sport where showmanship is a must (cue flame print knee socks). The derby is a bit of an underdog sport, only recently regaining popularity. Grassroots leagues have popped up around the nation and are gaining a small yet fiercely loyal following.

  • A time of war

    Jul 23, 2009

    CHARLES William Eubanks, a resident of West Point, Miss., wants to be remembered-not as a hero, but as a survivor of D-Day.

  • Remembering D-Day

    Jul 23, 2009

    FOR the past 23 years, veterans age 55 and older have come together to compete in the National Veterans Golden Age Games. It's the largest sports and recreational competition for this age group of military veterans in the world, and this year's competition, held in Birmingham, Ala., in early June, marked a special commemoration. On June 5, 2009, the eve of the 65th anniversary of D-day, four veterans of World War II who fought in Normandy, on and after that frightful day, shared their stories.

  • Post-Deployment Health Reassessment

    Jul 23, 2009

    STAFF Sgt. Les Newport returned from a nine-month deployment to Iraq in November 2008. "While I had been in the Army for 27 years, nothing prepares you for what you may witness during a deployment. You push your health concerns aside as you are excited to reunite with family and loved ones," said Newport, who belongs to the 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team with the Indiana National Guard.

  • In 'the shadow of a mighty presence'

    Jul 23, 2009

    FIRST Lt. Dennis Chamberlain always knew that he wanted to join the Army and carry on his family's legacy of military service-he just didn't know quite how long or how famous that family legacy was.

  • Survival school - Out of your comfort zone

    Jul 23, 2009

    WHEN evading capture in the South African bush, grassy juice from an impala's stomach quenches thirst. Noisy hippos mean water is nearby, as does sighting an African fish eagle. These are a few tips Staff Sgt. John Otfinoski, a squad leader with Company C, 2nd Battalion, 503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment, learned recently in survival school, taught by the South African Special Forces.

  • Comprehensive Soldier Fitness

    Jul 23, 2009

    THE Army has always emphasized physical fitness as a large part of its training, but has not always focused as extensively on mental, emotional and social well being as it does today. The Comprehensive Soldier Fitness program will provide the missing link, teaching Soldiers to become more resilient in five aspects of total fitness: physical, emotional, social, spiritual and family strength.

  • 1st Space Brigade Supports 100th Missile Defense Brigade Army Warrior Training

    Jul 23, 2009

    USASMDC/ARSTRAT's 1st Space Brigade supported the 100th Missile Defense Brigade by providing nuclear, biological and chemical training during an Army Warrior Training task at the 100th MDB's headquarters in Colorado Springs.

  • Murder suspect faces hearing at Fort Bragg

    Jul 23, 2009

    A master sergeant appeared in court at Fort Bragg, N.C., Wednesday morning for a hearing stemming from the 1985 murders of an Air Force captainAca,!a,,cs wife, Katheryn Eastburn, and her two children Erin and Kara.

  • Infantryman, MP win top TRADOC titles

    Jul 23, 2009

    A training NCO from the ROTC program at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, and a military police sergeant from Fort Lee, Va., were named the 2009 U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier of the Year, respectively, during a special ceremony here Thursday.

  • Victory Week to include ceremonies, sports, Family fun

    Jul 23, 2009

    Fort Riley Soldiers, Families and community members will have a multitude of activities to participate in during Victory Week, July 27 to 31, including activities, ceremonies, festivals and athletic events.

  • Vice chief pleased with insights toward new combat vehicle

    Jul 23, 2009

    A month after Army experts first gathered to discuss requirements for a new ground combat vehicle, their insights from that forum were presented to the Army's vice chief of staff -- and were met with approval.

  • AMC presents 2009 Louis Dellamonica awards

    Jul 23, 2009

    The U.S. Army Materiel Command awarded several employees with the Louis Dellamonica Outstanding Personnel of the Year Award during a May 1 awards ceremony at Fort Belvoir, Va.

  • Civilians trained to meet demands of modern Army logistics

    Jul 23, 2009

    The Logistics and Readiness Center at the CECOM Life Cycle Management Command is developing Army civilians to meet the heavy demands of modern Army logistics.

  • Knox drill sergeant takes top honors at TRADOC Drill Sergeant of the Year

    Jul 23, 2009

    Interview and personal account of DSOY competition and its advantages.

  • USASOC Black Daggers impress 70,000 Spectators at the Prairie Air Show in Peoria, IL - PT 2 of 3

    Jul 23, 2009

    The 2009 Prairie Air Show broke attendance records this year and the United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC), Black Daggers, Fort Bragg, NC, were the only paratroopers in the show. The Black Daggers opened up the air show each day by jumping in the American Flag for the record-breaking 70,000 spectators. Director of the Prairie Air Show Brett Krause hosted the Paratroopers and was extremely impressed with their precision in landing either on target or up and down the flight line, so the crowd could get an up-close view. The Black Daggers demonstrated their expertise at two shows a day for three days and jumped on to a grocery store parking lot the day before the air show opened, to help promote the weekend activities. The grocery store demonstration also served as a training mission for the Peoria Air National Guard flight crew, 169th Airlift Squadron that provided the jump platform for the team. Shoppers were amazed when the team landed in the parking lot amongst their cars at the Kroger Grocery Store. Team members include: Team Leader, Sgt. 1st Class, Dave Rose; Assistant Team Leader, Staff Sgt. Dewey Vinaya; Team Medic, Staff Sgt. Jason Spinnicchia; Sgt. Tony Galusha, and on hand for this trip, Sgt. Maj. Abe Sanchez.

  • Woman walks across U.S. to support troops, veterans

    Jul 23, 2009

    A comparison could be made between Keela Carr, a recent visitor at Fort Riley, and Forrest Gump, the main character in the 1994 Academy Award winning movie of the same name. Both have made multiple trips across the United States on foot, and both support homeless veterans.

  • Fort Stewart/Hunter earns 4th Installation Excellence Award

    Jul 23, 2009

    For the fourth time in the 25-year history of the Commander in Chief's Annual Award for Installation Excellence, Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield have taken one of the five top spots.

  • Families grab on to new experiences, networking at Special Needs Rodeo

    Jul 23, 2009

    Anthony Barnes couldnAca,!a,,ct stop smiling as he filmed his 4-year-old daughter, Angel, riding a horse for the first time. Many Fort Riley Families got to experience new things at the Special Needs Rodeo July 18 at the 4-H Center in Junction City.

  • SMA calls for review of TRICARE standards

    Jul 23, 2009

    The Army's top enlisted Soldier said military families are experiencing problems finding TRICARE providers off installations, especially in more rural areas.

  • Regional Winner

    Jul 23, 2009

  • West Point Cadet Field Training-cadets take the lead

    Jul 23, 2009

    Story and photos about Cadet Field Trainng at West Point

  • West Point DENTAC holds change of command July 17

    Jul 23, 2009

    Standalone photo with cutline about DENTAC Change of Command

  • Ledbetter Law Helps Ensure Equal Pay for Women

    Jul 23, 2009

    Lilly Ledbetter just wanted to retire quietly from Goodyear of Gadsden. But when she got an anonymous note comparing her pay to that of her male co-workers, she was outraged. The Alabama grandmother waged an 11-year court battle against Goodyear which ended up in the U.S. Supreme Court. President Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act shortly after he took office. "I wasn't seeking fame, or looking to become a household name. I just wanted fairness," Ledbetter said at Thursday's luncheon of the Huntsville-Madison County Chapter of Blacks In Government.

  • West Point new cadets get brief respite from CBT challenges

    Jul 23, 2009

    Story and photos about new cadet Quarters Visitation Day

  • All-Army Triathlon Athlete Return to Top Form

    Jul 23, 2009

    Staff Sgt. Tina Eakin thought her triathlon career was over when she shattered her left ankle while making her first jump in August 2007 at Airborne School at Fort Benning, Ga. The renowned athlete had surgery and was on crutches for 10-12 weeks. She started running in water in 12-15 weeks and moved to the treadmill that December. She ran a 5K that Christmas at Camp Humphries, Korea. Now back at Redstone, her triathlon career has taken off again.

  • Army football signs multi-year TV deal

    Jul 23, 2009

    CBS College Sports Network and the Army Athletic Association reached an exclusive five-year agreement, guaranteeing live, high-definition television coverage of every Army home football game and select neutral site games, beginning with the 2010 season and continuing through 2014.

  • Soto-Acevedo returns to 'second home' at APG

    Jul 23, 2009

  • Superior Service

    Jul 23, 2009

  • DPW works to meet energy goal

    Jul 23, 2009

  • Army Team C4ISR operating under split based operations

    Jul 23, 2009

  • Touch & go: CERDEC and Microsoft share research for multi-touch technology

    Jul 23, 2009

  • 'Sunshine on your shoulder' can be deadly

    Jul 23, 2009

  • Fort McCoy Garrison Soldiers dedicate installation's new flagpole

    Jul 23, 2009

    Soldiers from the Fort McCoy U.S. Army Garrison dedicated the new flagpole to members of the installation work force during a ceremony July 8 in front of garrison headquarters. The new flagpole was installed in April to replace the old one, which was damaged in a lightning storm last year. Garrison Command Sergeant Major Command Sgt. Maj. William T. Bissonette Jr., said a ceremony to dedicate the flagpole previously had been discussed, and he decided to plan and execute it as a Year of the NCO event.

  • ROK commander recognizes NCO

    Jul 23, 2009

  • Tominac Class Helps Mold Future Gymnasts

    Jul 23, 2009

    Future gymnasts ages 4-13 bent over backward to show off their novice skills on the first day of gymnastics camp at Hunter Army Airfield's Tominac Fitness Center, July 13.

  • Service members and others may be eligible for financial assistance through Homeowner's Assista

    Jul 23, 2009

  • Fun Alternatives Offered at Redstone Summer Camps

    Jul 23, 2009

    Balancing a parent's need to find a safe place for their child during the summer with a kid's desire for fun can be tricky. The Child Youth and School Services summer camp programs have managed to keep everyone happy while school is out. Programs at the Youth Center and School Age Services give parents peace of mind for the weeks between school years. They kicked off the week following the end of the Huntsville city school term and will conclude during the first week of August. They have offered the two age groups different ways to pass the time safely and happily. Kids in elementary school, from kindergarten to fifth-grade, attend the day camps at the new Myra Garriott School Age Services building, which opened in April. Camp goes until 5 p.m. each day. Inside the spacious facility, kids got to choose how they want to spend their summer. "Every three weeks they sign up for a different track," facility director Mary Washington said. "There are eight tracks. They have music, arts and crafts, sports and fitness, reading and language arts, science and nature, technology, hiking and walking, and the techno room has video games."

  • Change of command is picture perfect

    Jul 23, 2009

  • NCOs help Benedictine Sisters of Baltimore spruce up monastery

    Jul 23, 2009

    During the Public Affairs Supervisors Advanced NCO Course (ANCOC), students are always tasked with executing a community project. This class decided to assist the Benedictine Sisters of Baltimore spruce up up the monastery.

  • Army training saves a life

    Jul 23, 2009

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