Archive: Mar 2013

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  • 'Steel Knights' change command

    Mar 1, 2013

    Friends and Family of the 51st Transportation Company, 16th Special Troops Battalion, 16th Sustainment Brigade, 21st Theater Sustainment Command, gather at the Hall of Champions to witness the "Steel Knights'" change of command ceremony Feb. 22.

  • Movement control team cases colors, deploys to Afghanistan

    Mar 1, 2013

    Soldiers and family members of the 635th Movement Control Team of the 39th Transportation Battalion, 21st Theater Sustainment Command's 16th Sustainment Brigade, gathered to witness the unit's casing ceremony at Rhine Ordnance Barracks, Jan. 28.

  • 21st TSC hosts French cadets for leadership training

    Mar 1, 2013

    Partnership with foreign militaries is something that brings unique challenges, capabilities and opportunities for servicemembers stationed in Europe.

  • 21st TSC platoon sergeants set example, take care of Soldiers

    Mar 1, 2013

    This is a mission performed by selected noncommissioned officers 24-hours a day, seven days a week. On any given day, a leader holding this position might work until late at night, run information from the top levels of the Army to his or her Soldiers and even bring aid or counsel to a Soldier in need. This is the life of a platoon sergeant.

  • Signal Soldiers Say Goodbye to Uijeongbu

    Mar 1, 2013

    CAMP STANLEY, SOUTH KOREA -- The relocation of the 304th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, 1st Signal Brigade, from Uijeongbu to Pyeongtaek South Korea, that began 4 Dec. 2012, is bitter sweet for the one civilian and many of the U.S. and Korean Soldiers assigned to the unit.

  • Army Warriors Defend Cyberspace

    Mar 1, 2013

    CAMP WALKER, SOUTH KOREA -- There is a war being waged 24hrs a day, every day in the shadows of cyberspace that could cost real lives on battlefields.

  • U.S. Army Japan Band trains Japan Ground Self-Defense Force buglers

    Mar 1, 2013

    Bugle calls have been part of the military for many years. Certain calls are played for reveille, mail call, and taps which officially signals the end of the duty day and lights out. Though bugle calls are used far less today, not so for the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, or JGSDF. Senior military officers and civilian officials are oftentimes given a bugle salute when visiting military facilities as a sign of respect and honor at Camp Zama, Japan.


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