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  • Army child among Military Child of Year awardees

    Apr 20, 2015

    An Army child, who created a nonprofit for wounded warriors, was selected as Military Child of the Year.

  • Army Reservists provide medical support in El Salvador

    Apr 20, 2015

    More than 30 soldiers from the U.S. Army Reserve provided critical medical services to locals at multiple locations in El Salvador April 13-17. Working in conjunction with personnel from El Salvador, Canada and Brazil, the medical professionals provided thousands of Salvadorans with much-needed vaccinations, dental work, optometry and more.

  • 3-D shape database improves fit of clothing, equipment

    Apr 17, 2015

    A new database at the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center is a perfect fit for America's Soldiers. The ANSUR II 3-D Shape Database uses three-dimensional shapes and contour data to improve the fit of clothing and equipment for warfighters.

  • System undergoes technical demonstration, heads to South Korea

    Apr 16, 2015

    An innovative system to warn of a biological attack recently underwent an advanced technical demonstration at Dugway Proving Ground, and is now in South Korea for an operations demonstration by Soldiers.

  • U.S. Army's top Pacific commander visits Chile

    Apr 16, 2015

    Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, commanding general of U.S. Army Pacific, or USARPAC, conducted an official visit with the Chilean army at the invitation of the Chilean army commander, Gen. Humberto Oviedo, April 15-16.

  • Twin brothers reflect on time in Old Guard

    Apr 16, 2015

    When twin brothers Jason and Justin Gensler decided to join the Army in 2012, they had no idea they would eventually wind up working on the same casket team as part of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall.

  • Reservist locks onto target during Army Trials for gold

    Apr 16, 2015

    Steady breathing, sharp focus and a sense of calm helped one Soldier lock onto his target: a spot on the Army team for the 2015 Warrior Games.

  • Odierno presents Outstanding Civilian Service Awards

    Apr 16, 2015

    Five civilians were presented with the Outstanding Civilian Service Award for their contributions to the Army during a special Twilight Tattoo hosted by the Army chief of staff, April 14.

  • Army trains future equal opportunity leaders

    Apr 15, 2015

    Forty Soldiers are completing the Equal Opportunity Leaders' Course at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. They have now seen how status and influence may create protective barriers for equal opportunity offenders within the military ranks.

  • Army may create cyber career field for civilians

    Apr 15, 2015

    To better manage personnel, "the Army created the Cyber Branch 17 [for Soldiers] and is exploring the possibility of creating a cyber career field for Army civilians," Lt. Gen. Edward C. Cardon told senators, April 14.

  • Regiment engineers train to win at Exercise Saber Junction 15

    Apr 15, 2015

    Allowing safe movement of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment's infantry squadrons to and through the battlefield takes careful training, refined skills and specialized equipment. That is where the Regimental Engineering Squadron comes in.

  • Dailey: Go to Ranger school, regardless of gender

    Apr 14, 2015

    Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel Dailey recently visited Fort Benning during the 2015 Best Ranger Competition, and took the time to share his views on some of the issues within the Army.

  • Medical team leverages Wi-Fi, mobile health in combat operations settings

    Apr 14, 2015

    Imagine arriving at a major medical center with a life-threatening medical condition. Imagine now that this facility has no paging or cell phone capability. How will the right doctor be alerted that you need treatment to save your life? The Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center's Mobile Health Innovation Team are working to avoid a scenario, such as this, in austere, deployed hospital environments.

  • Yuma Proving Ground helps ensure reliability of guided munitions

    Apr 14, 2015

    Whenever the U.S. military fires an artillery round, the reliability of that round was meticulously proven at U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground, long before making it into the hands of Soldiers.

  • National Guard unit retrogrades aviation equipment worth $260 million

    Apr 14, 2015

    Soldiers, from 1100th Theater Aviation Sustainment Maintenance Group, a Maryland National Guard unit, are nearing the end of a deployment that saw them retrograde 16 airframes and $260 million in Class IX aviation equipment from theater during their nine-month deployment while simultaneously supporting ongoing missions.

  • Army looks toward fully autonomous tactical vehicle

    Apr 13, 2015

    The Army is working toward developing a fully autonomous tactical vehicle, a robotics expert recently said.

  • Service member motivates teammates striving for DOD Warrior Games

    Apr 13, 2015

    With constant smiles and yells of enthusiasm, one Soldier said, while his goal is to make the Army team for the Department of Defense's 2015 Warrior Games, he ultimately enjoyed just being able to set personal records.

  • Army aviation continues efforts for technology development

    Apr 13, 2015

    The Army recently extended technology investment agreements with two commercial companies to continue concept refinement and technology maturation for future vertical lift research.

  • Delivery nurse drops donut day for Performance Triad

    Apr 13, 2015

    Capt. Frances Young used to have doughnut day with her family every weekend. After filling up on donuts with her husband and two children, ages 3 and 4, she said she would get an initial sugar rush and then feel sleepy and crash the rest of the day.

  • Army continues to provide rapid engineering, prototyping in Afghanistan

    Apr 13, 2015

    Despite the drawdown of American Soldiers in Afghanistan, the U.S. Army engineering community is continuing to develop rapid technological solutions.

  • Fort Hood presents Purple Hearts, medals to shooting victims, Families

    Apr 10, 2015

    After nearly six years and a legislative wording change, shooting victims from the Nov. 5, 2009, attack on Fort Hood were recognized during a Purple Heart and Defense of Freedom award ceremony on the installation, April 10.

  • Army equips first Shadow UAS v2 unit

    Apr 10, 2015

    The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Project Office has completed equipping the 1/501st Aviation Battalion, 1st Armored Division's Combat Aviation Brigade from Fort Bliss, Texas, with the RQ-7Bv2 (Tactical Common Data Link) Shadow UAS.

  • 3rd Special Forces Group fields new parachute

    Apr 10, 2015

    The 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) is the first unit in the special forces regiment to field the Army's new Military Free Fall Advanced Ram-Air Parachute System, or RA-1. The group's riggers were also the first to conduct the rigger and jumper new equipment training for the RA-1 Double Bag Static Line.

  • SHARP speaker: Cultural change is a mind change

    Apr 10, 2015

    More than a thousand Service members and civilians from the Joint Force Headquarters-National Capital Region/U.S. Military District of Washington and its inter-agency partners recently gathered during the annual Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention professional development training.

  • Army accepts delivery of first M109A7 Self-Propelled Howitzer system

    Apr 9, 2015

    Military personnel and defense contractors celebrated delivery of the first low-rate initial production M109A7 Self-Propelled Howitzer to the Army during a ceremony, April 9.

  • Air traffic controllers hone skills during exercise

    Apr 9, 2015

    Instead of being in the comfort of an air traffic tower, air traffic controllers, assigned to the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, or CAB, are sitting in the grit of the dirt honing their aircraft communication skills.

  • Lethality expert: TRADOC to publish helpful robotics doctrine

    Apr 9, 2015

    Doctrine drives training and modernization, and new doctrine to be released in January 2016, will provide impetus for growth in the rapidly-evolving field of robotics, Lt. Col. Matt Dooley predicted during the National Defense Industrial Association-sponsored Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference and Exhibition, April 8.

  • Clothing repair taught for final time at Quartermaster School

    Apr 9, 2015

    The Quartermaster School's shower, laundry, and clothing repair course recently taught the last lessons of a craft that has been around for thousands of years.

  • Joint improvised explosive device agency gets permanent alignment

    Apr 8, 2015

    The organization, that has fought for a decade to defeat improvised explosive devices used by American enemies in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, has become a combat support agency, its director said in a recent interview.

  • Odierno stresses modernization during Aberdeen Proving Ground visit

    Apr 8, 2015

    Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno visited Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., April 7, to observe several of the Army's signature modernization efforts and encourage Soldiers and civilians to "keep driving forward."

  • More ground robots to serve alongside Soldiers soon

    Apr 8, 2015

    The dawning of a new age of Army ground robots will soon be here, said Scott Davis, program executive officer for Combat Support and Combat Service Support during the National Defense Industrial Association-sponsored Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference and Exhibition, April 7.

  • New Jersey Army National Guardsman follows dream to West Point

    Apr 8, 2015

    Pfc. Nathaniel Okyere-Bour, a New Jersey Army National Guardsman, learned early that following a dream requires sacrifice. In June, he will join the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.'s Class of 2019.

  • Allyn: Leader development is key to 'win in complex world'

    Apr 8, 2015

    Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Daniel B. Allyn addressed the senior U.S. and international military officers and civilian leaders during the Army War College, or USAWC's, Army Leader Day, April 7.

  • 'Team of Teams' draws down Afghan bases, equipment

    Apr 8, 2015

    At its peak, in early 2011, there were nearly 100,000 U.S. Service members in Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. Working alongside those service members were as many as 90,000 contractors working for the U.S. Department of Defense.

  • Center shows glimpse of next-generation synthetic training

    Apr 7, 2015

    Army training will likely always involve Soldiers going to the field and firing their weapons. But in the near future, it will also involve a lot more training in "synthetic" environments to make time in the field more productive and meaningful.

  • Dyess: 'Culture shift' needed for greater acceptance of unmanned systems

    Apr 7, 2015

    As the Army heads into an increasingly unpredictable and complex world, Soldiers will be relying more heavily on unmanned systems, so it's important those systems first be accepted and trusted, said Maj. Gen. Robert Dyess Jr. during the Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference and Exhibition, April 7.

  • Fort Leonard Wood to assess new field kitchen

    Apr 7, 2015

    The U.S. Army's mobile kitchen will be put to the test on Fort Leonard Wood during a demonstration that will assess new energy-efficient appliances used to feed about 1,000 Soldiers, April 21.

  • Fort Hood shooting survivor receives highest non-combat honor for valor

    Apr 6, 2015

    A Special Forces Soldier, who was severely wounded in the Fort Hood shooting last year, received the Army's highest non-combat honor for valor on Fort Sam Houston, Texas, April 6.

  • Army lists top 12 items in fiscal year 2016 budget request

    Apr 6, 2015

    Topping the list of things the Army wants in its $127 billion Fiscal Year 2016 budget request are 12 critical programs that support mission command, joint combined arms maneuver, and broad joint mission support.

  • Performance expert: Leaders should foster culture of fitness

    Apr 6, 2015

    Today, 43,000 Soldiers are not ready to deploy because they are either not physically or mentally fit. That is 13.5 brigades worth of unready Soldiers, Col. Deydre Teyhen told an audience of 300 ROTC and U.S. Military Academy cadets on Fort Leavenworth, Kan., March 31.

  • Surrender at Appomattox marks beginning of end to Civil War

    Apr 6, 2015

    Gen. Robert E. Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House, April 9, 1865, 150 years ago, was actually the first of several Confederate surrenders that took place in the weeks that followed.

  • Female Soldier's ninth title fuels Olympic dreams

    Apr 6, 2015

    Twenty-year-old Pfc. Rianna Rios won her ninth Golden Gloves state crown March 27, and has begun focusing on the long road to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

  • Aviation support battalion named Reserve unit of the year

    Apr 6, 2015

    The 90th Aviation Support Battalion, deployed to Kuwait with the 34th Combat Aviation Brigade, was named the 2014 Army Aviation Association of America, U.S. Army Reserve Unit of the Year.

  • Army accepts 100th Apache 'Echo' model

    Apr 3, 2015

    In late March, the Army accepted delivery of the 100th AH-64E Apache helicopter. The "Echo" model is a complete rebuild of the AH-64D model, which "can fly higher, faster and further than the D model - and the D model is an extremely capable aircraft," said Col. Jeffrey Hager, the Apache project manager, during the Army Aviation Association of America conference in Nashville, Tennessee, March 31.

  • Army to revise tattoo policy

    Apr 2, 2015

    The Army will update its policy on tattoos during the coming weeks, making it more accommodating to current social norms, the Army's chief of staff said.

  • Six more women qualify for Ranger School

    Apr 2, 2015

    Six more women have qualified to attend the first Army Ranger course to include women, bringing to 12 the number of female Soldiers eligible for the elite school.

  • Leaders course marks milestone for Army

    Apr 2, 2015

    The general, who commands the nation's only military formation that combats chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive, or CBRNE, threats, said the first CBRNE Leaders Course marked a milestone for the Army.

  • Allyn receives update on command operations in Alabama

    Apr 2, 2015

    Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Daniel B. Allyn visited leaders at the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command, March 30, where he received an update on the command's operations, as well as its research to provide enhanced space and global missile defense capabilities to the warfighter.

  • Milley tells cadets what it takes to be winners

    Apr 2, 2015

    Clearly dating himself, Gen. Mark A. Milley told 300 ROTC and U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., cadets, March 31, that his childhood hero was Green Bay Packers' winning football coach, Vince Lombardi.

  • Defense secretary visits Fort Drum, announces deployment

    Apr 2, 2015

    Defense Secretary Ash Carter made Fort Drum his first military domestic stop, March 30, since taking office in February.

  • Allyn: Joint professional military education prepares Soldiers

    Apr 1, 2015

    Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Daniel B. Allyn spoke of the importance of learning and working in a joint environment during his presentations to two of the Air Force's premier colleges, March 31.

  • McMaster outlines innovation, potential risks for Force 2025, beyond

    Apr 1, 2015

    When it comes to the challenge of finding ways to innovate the Army to win in a complex world, Army leaders must be in tune with the risks and fallacies that could lead to undermining their own efforts.

  • Commander: Outfoxing wily, evil foe tall order

    Mar 31, 2015

    The enemy can adapt more readily than we can," and a reason they can do so is "they're native to ambiguous environments," said Lt. Gen. Bob Brown, commander of the Combined Arms Center, as he addressed 300 ROTC and U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., cadets on Fort Leavenworth, Kan., March 31.

  • Best Ranger Competition set to return to Fort Benning

    Mar 31, 2015

    U.S. Army Ranger teams will gather on Fort Benning for the 32nd annual David E. Grange Jr. Best Ranger Competition, April 10-13.

  • Cadet asks general Via how Army supports minorities

    Mar 31, 2015

    How does the Army provide support to minorities against the backdrop of a good old boys' network, a cadet asked Gen. Dennis L. Via during the George C. Marshall Awards and Leadership Seminar on Fort Leavenworth, Kan., March 30.

  • Colloquium 2015: Majors offer thoughts on Army Operating Concept

    Mar 31, 2015

    The Army Operating Concept assumes a relatively small all-volunteer force will be up to the task of facing a large, well-equipped foe, said Maj. Thomas Root during Colloquium 2015 on Fort Leavenworth, Kan., March 31.

  • Vice chief kicks off 'Quad A' by recognizing innovators

    Mar 30, 2015

    The Army's vice chief of staff kicked off the 2015 Army Aviation Association of America conference in Nashville, March 30, by highlighting some of the best aviation units in the Army.

  • Sports trials begin for Army Warrior Games team

    Mar 30, 2015

    About 75 active-duty and veteran Soldiers will go head to head in cycling, swimming, archery, shooting, track and field, sitting volleyball and wheelchair basketball March 29 to April 2 to make the Army team to participate during the Department of Defense Warrior Games in June.

  • Laser-based aircraft countermeasure provides 'unlimited rounds' against MANPADS

    Mar 27, 2015

    The Army expects later this year to reach a Milestone B decision with its laser-based Common Infrared Countermeasures defense system program.

  • Sequestration would force involuntary separation of combat vets

    Mar 26, 2015

    Dropping the Army's end strength to 450,000 would require the involuntary separation of about 14,000 Soldiers, Gen. Daniel B. Allyn, the Army's vice chief of staff, told lawmakers, March 25.

  • Dailey: Individual Soldiers can raise unit readiness, rather than detract from it

    Mar 26, 2015

    Earlier this month, Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno told Congress only 33 percent of Army brigades are ready to go to war, when the number ought to be closer to 70 percent.

  • Army reducing civilian strength, leaders tell Congress

    Mar 26, 2015

    Reducing civilian end strength so it is commensurate with the drawdown of Soldiers is something the Army has been focusing on, but it's still a work in progress, noted Secretary of the Army John M. McHugh.

  • Votel: success depends on total force readiness

    Mar 26, 2015

    Gen. Joseph L. Votel, commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, told Congress he is "profoundly concerned" about sequestration's impact on the military as a whole, March 26.

  • Army science advisors review technology priorities

    Mar 26, 2015

    Army science advisors, from around the world, convened at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., March 24-26, to discuss Soldiers' technology needs and priorities.

  • Leaders meet to discuss Bagram security operations

    Mar 26, 2015

    Key leaders met in Bagram District, March 26, with district governor, Abdul Qadusi, to discuss coordination and synchronization efforts for future security operations.

  • Horoho warns of damage to MEDCOM under sequester

    Mar 26, 2015

    Another sequestration could mean the loss of more than 6,000 medical personnel from the Army, Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho, Army surgeon general told senators, March 25.

  • Dailey to bring Soldiers to Washington to 'own' SHARP problem, solution

    Mar 25, 2015

    Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey will soon kick off a new program, "Not in My Squad, Not in Our Army," that will offer Soldiers an opportunity to take ownership of both the problem of sexual assault in the ranks, as well as the solution.

  • Army improves systems testing to deliver more capability to fight

    Mar 25, 2015

    The Army is now using high-performance computer modeling and simulation to ensure its weapons platforms and systems deliver greater effectiveness to the warfighters, said Dr. Jeffery Holland, director of U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center.

  • Allies stitch together premier medical training event

    Mar 25, 2015

    Allies serve and train together, fighting and bleeding together when necessary. Innovative integration efforts also ensure allied medical personnel can save lives as a team.

  • Army G-8 holds fifth annual women's symposium on empowerment

    Mar 24, 2015

    Female Soldiers and civilians at the Pentagon had an opportunity to learn and trade ideas on how to empower themselves at a symposium, March 23.

  • 'Red Team' exposing Army technology vulnerabilities

    Mar 24, 2015

    Anything deployed to forward operating outposts of 300 people or less now gets a Red Team going over, said Mary J. Miller, deputy assistant secretary of the Army for research and technology.

  • Dr. James Naismith: Sports Innovator and Army Chaplain

    Mar 24, 2015

    As "March Madness" makes its annual appearance on the American sports scene, fans that understand the history of basketball know Dr. James Naismith invented the game in 1891. What many fans probably do not know about Naismith is that he served as a chaplain in the Army National Guard and as a volunteer chaplain in France during World War I.

  • DoD warns troops, families to be cyber-crime smart

    Mar 24, 2015

    Department of Defense employees and their families should be vigilant when guarding personal and work information from expanding cyber-criminal activity, and to know how to recognize scammer tactics, the department's chief information officer said.

  • Maryland's first female adjutant general featured on iSoldier

    Mar 23, 2015

    Maj. Gen. Linda Singh, the first African-American and first woman to serve as adjutant general of the Maryland National Guard, is highlighted in the March 21 edition of iSoldier.

  • Medical laboratory returns home from Liberia

    Mar 23, 2015

    The 1st Area Medical Laboratory returned home from a four-month deployment to Liberia, March 23.

  • Army health leaders advocate for importance of nutrition

    Mar 23, 2015

    During National Nutrition Month in March, "we encourage each of you to renew a commitment to achieving your personal Performance Triad goals," said Army Surgeon General Lt. Gen. Patricia Horoho.

  • ArmyFit website offers information on how to achieve, sustain lasting fitness

    Mar 23, 2015

    For little more than a year, the Army has been promoting a website called ArmyFit, a resource site that provides Soldiers, Family members and U.S. Army civilians with information regarding their physical, spiritual, emotional, Family and social status.

  • Mine-resistant, ambush-protected recovery vehicles key in mission

    Mar 23, 2015

    Army Field Support Battalion-Afghanistan is in the early stages of a mission that will result in 94 mine-resistant, ambush-protected recovery vehicles being available to support future coalition missions.

  • Three-war veteran honored to be part of military history

    Mar 20, 2015

    Enlisting in 1935, retired U.S. Army Maj. Virgil Ward, 96, served in three wars during his 30-year tenure in the military.

  • Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element provides care to villagers in Honduras

    Mar 20, 2015

    Joint Task Force-Bravo's Medical Element, with support from JTF-Bravo's Joint Security Forces and Army Forces Battalion, partnered with the Honduran Ministry of Health and the Honduran military to provide medical care to 5,352 people and perform 11 surgeries over three days in the Department of Copan and Lempira during a Mobile Surgical Team Medical Readiness Training Exercise and a medical partnership exercise, March 11-15.

  • First unit fields Apache-Shadow combo

    Mar 20, 2015

    Manned-unmanned operations using helicopters linked with unmanned aircraft systems have been used by the Army for a number of years. However, no single unit has ever actually been assigned both assets until now, said Lt. Col. Tory Burgess, product manager for Shadow Tactical UAS.

  • Human Resources Command makes Officer Selection Board training, mock board materials available onlin

    Mar 20, 2015

    U.S. Army Human Resources Command disseminated teaching materials across the Army, March 18, to explain the mechanics of the officer selection board process.

  • 2nd Cavalry Regiment begins major convoy for Operation Atlantic Resolve

    Mar 20, 2015

    A battalion from the U.S. Army's 1st Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, based in Fort Stewart, Georgia, assumed responsibility for the U.S. Army's Operation Atlantic Resolve land force training and security cooperation activities in Estonia, March 20, from Army Europe's 3rd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, in the first of several scheduled transfers of mission that will occur throughout eastern Europe over the next few days.

  • Community effort diffuses WWII bomb at Army garrison in Grafenwoehr

    Mar 20, 2015

    A World War II-era bomb was discovered at the Army garrison in Grafenwoehr, Germany, setting in motion a rapid response by Army officials and a German ordnance disposal team that prompted the community's safe evacuation and the bomb's eventual disposal.

  • Armed Aerial Scout still valid requirement, Army says

    Mar 19, 2015

    Despite cancelling its quest for an Armed Aerial Scout aircraft - a replacement for the OH-58 Kiowa - an Army leader told Congress there is still a valid need for that type of aircraft.

  • Army female trailblazers applaud expanding role of women

    Mar 19, 2015

    Women today are taking on increased roles in complex and changing battle environments, said senior Army budget officer Lt. Gen. Karen Dyson, during a keynote address at a U.S. Army Women's Foundation event, March 17.

  • G-4 aims to make Army logistics 'expeditionary' again

    Mar 19, 2015

    The Army's senior logistician said one of his top priorities and challenges was to make the Army an expeditionary force again, one where readiness is not scheduled, but the force is consistently sustained and ready to move on demand.

  • New military working dog equipment sets give service handlers a 'paw up'

    Mar 19, 2015

    During World War I, it was not unusual for the chemical agent mustard gas to stealthily sink into American trenches, launched by German troops intending to incapacitate U.S. Service members so that the Germans could advance on their position.

  • 173rd Airborne Brigade paratroopers secure NATO missile-defense sites

    Mar 19, 2015

    Paratroopers, from Company A, 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade, returned from NATO Operation Active Fence in Turkey, March 12

  • Army Europe air defense unit deploys to Poland for exercise

    Mar 19, 2015

    A Patriot missile battery from U.S. Army Europe's 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command began arriving here, March 18, after a 1,200-kilometer tactical road movement, as part of a combined air and missile defense exercise with its Polish allies.

  • U.S. advisers see progress in Afghan police training

    Mar 19, 2015

    U.S. military advisers from Train, Advise, Assist Command - East visited the Afghan police Regional Training Center in Nangarhar province, March 17.

  • Freedom Shock: Army Europe, ready at a moment's notice

    Mar 19, 2015

    Moving a Soldier from one location to another can be a relatively simple task, but when real-world events arise and an entire unit is called to action, not to mention hundreds of pieces of equipment, how does Army Europe stay ready?

  • Army Emergency Relief kicks off 2015 campaign

    Mar 18, 2015

    Army Emergency Relief opened its annual campaign, March 1, with the theme: "Army Emergency Relief - Making a Difference."

  • McHugh: Acquisition reform remains top Army priority

    Mar 18, 2015

    "Historically, the Army's track record on acquisition programs is too often a tale of failure," Army Secretary John M. McHugh told senators, March 18.

  • Gray Eagle Company returns from Afghanistan deployment

    Mar 18, 2015

    The last of the Soldiers, from Company E, 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, or CAB, returned home from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan and were reunited with their families on Fort Stewart, March 13.

  • Army leader: sequestration impacts communities but BRAC could benefit them

    Mar 17, 2015

    "The Army is in the process of conducting approximately 30 community listening sessions at all Army installations with military and civilian populations of 5,000 or more," Lt. Gen. David D. Halverson told lawmakers, March 17.

  • McHugh: Budget cuts would mean 'dark and dangerous' future

    Mar 17, 2015

    The Army's ability to continue to operate globally and to stay trained and equipped to perform missions around the world is threatened by looming budget cuts, Army Secretary John M. McHugh told lawmakers.

  • U.S. Army Human Resources Command drills trainers to roll out new report

    Mar 17, 2015

    U.S. Army Human Resources Command will train a cadre of Soldiers and dispatch them across the Army to spearhead the implementation of a new Non-commissioned Officer Evaluation Report scheduled for roll-out this autumn.

  • Soldiers participate in disaster response Exercise Daimiel 15

    Mar 17, 2015

    Members of a joint task force comprised of U.S. Sailors, from Task Force 68 at Naval Station Rota, Spain; U.S. Soldiers from the 7th Civil Support Command at Kaiserslautern, Germany and Vicenza, Italy; and personnel from the U.S. Air Force participated in the Spanish Emergency Military Unit's annual GAMMA Series Exercise, DAIMIEL 2015.

  • Army's largest technical library collaborates to define its 21st century future

    Mar 17, 2015

    The board of directors for the largest science and technology library in the U.S. Army met March 11 at the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center.

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