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  • Army Partners with KU for Wounded Warrior Education

    Feb 6, 2008

    The Army and the University of Kansas struck up a partnership that will allow wounded Soldiers to earn a masterAca,!a,,cs degree at the school and to apply what they have learned inside the ArmyAca,!a,,cs own academic community.

  • Commandant Leaves War College to Direct Army Staff

    Feb 6, 2008

    Lt. Gen. David Huntoon Jr. pinned on his third star Jan. 25 at the U.S. Army War College as he prepared to leave the position of commandant and assume new duties as director of the Army Staff at the Pentagon.

  • Signal Battalion Preps Future Network in 'Dragon Warrior'

    Feb 6, 2008

    Signal waves and U.S. Army Europe Soldiers blanketed the Bavarian fields during a network training exercise dubbed Aca,!A"Dragon Warrior.Aca,!A?

  • Tornadoes Bring out National Guard

    Feb 6, 2008

    More than 160 National Guard members turned out Wednesday to support tornado recovery missions in three of the states hit by a violent string of twisters Tuesday night.

  • Korean Lunar New Year Brings Families Together

    Feb 5, 2008

    Korea has two different New Year's days and Feb. 7 is celebrated as Lunar New Year, the first day of the lunar calendar, called "Sul Nal."

  • Baghdad Welcomes Hundreds of New Iraqi Police

    Feb 5, 2008

    Top Iraqi Police officials and Coalition military police gathered at the Camp Fiji training facility Feb. 2 to witness 493 new Iraqi Police officers graduate and perform a demonstration.

  • Ohio Guard First to Receive Bio Detection System

    Feb 5, 2008

    Soldiers from the 637th Chemical Company gathered last month to display and demonstrate their newest weapon in the fight against terrorism - the Joint Biological Point Detection System.

  • Aviation Leaders Gather at Rucker for Conference

    Feb 5, 2008

    Active and retired Army leaders from around the globe came together at Fort Rucker this week to discuss the health of Army Aviation and how they can work together to keep the branch strong far into the future during the 2008 Army Aviation Senior Leaders Conference.

  • Budget Request Funds 43,000 More Soldiers

    Feb 5, 2008

    The ArmyAca,!a,,cs budget request went forward to Congress Feb. 4 as part of President BushAca,!a,,cs fiscal 2009 budget. The request includes funding for an across-the-board pay raise of 3.4% and money to increase the serviceAca,!a,,cs end strength by 43,000 Soldiers.

  • Wounded Warrior Inspires Giants at Super Bowl

    Feb 4, 2008

    When the New York Giants upset the New England PatriotsAca,!a,,c perfect season in the last two minutes of SundayAca,!a,,cs Super Bowl, they did it with one of the ArmyAca,!a,,cs own as an honorary teammate.

  • Former Giant Cheers Team from Afghanistan

    Feb 4, 2008

    Among Soldiers watching the Super Bowl during the early morning hours Monday at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, was a former New York Giants player, Lt. Col. Nate Rivers.

  • SecDef Listens to Fort Campbell Soldiers', Spouses' Concerns

    Feb 4, 2008

    Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates met with a number of soldiers who are getting ready to deploy to Afghanistan, and he visited with a group of Army spouses Friday during his first official visit to Fort Campbell.

  • Dolomite Peaks Challenge Soldiers Training for Afghanistan

    Feb 4, 2008

    Amongst the jagged, snow-covered peaks of the Italian Dolomites, U.S. Army Europe Soldiers are training alongside Italian troops, learning to survive a cold-weather environment.

  • USNORTHCOM Responds to Commission: Ready for Homeland Defense

    Feb 4, 2008

    U.S. Northern CommandAca,!a,,cs primary mission is Homeland Defense, and its commander said Friday that USNORTHCOM stands ready to respond to any homeland-defense or civil-support mission requirement.

  • Commission: Guard, Reserves Must Be 'Backbone' of Homeland Ops

    Feb 1, 2008

    The Department of Defense must improve its capabilities and readiness so the military can take a primary role in response to major catastrophes inside the United States, according to a report released to Congress Thursday.

  • Test Class Graduates at Iraqi NCO Academy

    Feb 1, 2008

    Graduating from the Task Force Marne Noncommissioned Officers Academy here on Jan. 28 is just the starting point for 56 Iraqi NCOs.

  • Defense Authorization Act Sets Changes for Guard

    Feb 1, 2008

    The position of the chief of the National Guard Bureau has been elevated to a four-star billet 100 years after the bureau came into existence.

  • Medical Team Restores Sight for Honduras's Needy

    Feb 1, 2008

    A U.S. military medical team has performed more than 170 eye surgeries and restored sight to many people who hadnAca,!a,,ct seen in years at Hospital del Sur, Choluteca, Honduras as part of a Medical Readiness Education and Training Exercise.

  • Army Responds to Rising Suicide Rates

    Jan 31, 2008

    The Army is taking steps to meet the rising suicide rates among Soldiers head-on, the serviceAca,!a,,cs top mental-health expert told reporters at the Pentagon today.

  • Army Meeting 2008 Recruiting Goals

    Jan 31, 2008

    The Army is on track for meeting its fiscal 2008 recruiting goals. During testimony Jan. 31 before the Senate Armed Services Committee military personnel subcommittee, Maj. Gen. Thomas P. Bostick, commander, U.S. Army Recruiting Command, told lawmakers the active duty Army is on track to meet its recruiting goal of some 80,000 new Soldiers in FY 2008, but is working to help the Army Reserve meet its number.

  • Army Charts New Course for Intel Aircraft Program

    Jan 31, 2008

    The project manager of an airborne-intelligence program delayed due to a contract termination in 2006 has proposed a new strategy.

  • U.S. Commander in South Korea Wants to Examine Tour Lengths

    Jan 31, 2008

    The U.S. commander in South Korea wants to re-examine the tour length for personnel assigned to the peninsula.

  • All-Army Boxing Championships Conclude at Huachuca

    Jan 30, 2008

    Boxing fans from throughout southern Arizona filled Barnes Field House Friday night to watch the championship bouts of the 2008 All Army Boxing Championships.

  • Army Spouse Writes About Deployment Struggles

    Jan 30, 2008

    When Soldiers march off to war, so do their spouses, writes one Army spouse in her new book. They fight to stay connected with their Soldiers across miles and distance, and to survive on their own.

  • Sgt. Stevens Named 'America's Choice'

    Jan 30, 2008

    Utah Army National Guard Sgt. Jill StevensAca,!a,,c quest to capture the crown as the 80th Miss America ended with a flurry of pushups on the stage of the nationally-televised pageant Saturday, Jan. 26.

  • U.S. Army South Team Responds to Flooding in Bolivia

    Jan 30, 2008

    U.S. Army South sent a Humanitarian Assistance Survey Team to Bolivia this week to survey the damage caused by recent flooding there.

  • Soldier Show Needs Soldier-Performers, Technicians

    Jan 29, 2008

    For those who missed the December deadline for an audition in the 2008 U.S. Army Soldier Show, now is the time to contact director Tim Higdon. Audition spaces are still available for the 2008 season.

  • Operation Iron Boston Targets al Qaeda Hideout

    Jan 29, 2008

    Iraqi and U.S. Soldiers air assaulted into the SaAca,!a,,cid Abdullah Corridor Jan. 27.

  • New Archbishop Pledges to Find More Chaplains

    Jan 29, 2008

    During his installation Friday, the new archbishop of the Military Services pledged to help fix the critical shortage of Catholic chaplains.

  • Scout Represents Army at State of Union Address

    Jan 29, 2008

    Two weeks ago, Staff Sgt. Craig Charloux was on post-deployment leave with his wife, Bobbi Jo and 9-year old son Stephen in Maine. The last thing the 1st Cavalry Division scout expected was a phone call from his rear detachment commander, notifying him that he had been invited to attend the presidentAca,!a,,cs final State of the Union Address.

  • Army Testing Privatized Housing for Unaccompanied Soldiers

    Jan 29, 2008

    As part of the Residential Communities Initiative, the Army is privatizing housing for Soldiers and their families. But a pilot program under RCI is also providing homes for unaccompanied Soldiers.

  • Volunteers Still Helping Clean up Korean Oil Spill

    Jan 28, 2008

    Volunteers from a company near the DMZ in Korea traveled to Mallipo Beach Jan. 27 to help clean up KoreaAca,!a,,cs worst oil spill.

  • Guard Soldiers Train Djiboutians in Anti-Terrorism Tactics

    Jan 28, 2008

    After completing 70 days of training under Guam National Guard Soldiers, 60 Djiboutian National Army soldiers graduated from the Able Dart 08-01-Tadjoura Train-the-Trainer Course at the Regiment Inter-Army Tadjoura compound last week. Guam National Guard unit 1st Battalion, 294th Infantry (Light), Delta Company, serving under Combined Joint Task Force-Horn facilitated the anti- and counter-terrorism training for the Djiboutian soldiers, enabling them to return to their regiments to provide fellow soldiers the same skills.

  • 3ID Completes Operation Browning

    Jan 28, 2008

    For three days, Coalition Forces weathered harsh cold and deadly pressure-plate improvised explosive devices to secure a foothold in southern Arab Jabour, beginning with an air assault Jan. 20.

  • Army Reserve Chief: One-Year Deployment Alert Needed

    Jan 28, 2008

    Lt. Gen. Jack C. Stultz visited the Camp Bucca detention facility in southern Iraq Jan. 19 and told Soldiers that Army Reserve units preparing to deploy would benefit from a full year on alert.

  • Army and Air Force Discuss Interoperability

    Jan 28, 2008

    Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey Jr. and Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley, along with other senior leaders from both Services, discuss issues of mutual interest regarding interdependency and interoperability.

  • All-Army Soccer Team Visits Pentagon

    Jan 25, 2008

    Only in the Army would a soccer player go directly from the battlefield to the playing field.

  • As Surge Deployment Winds Down, Paratroopers Reflect

    Jan 25, 2008

    Most of ShaAca,!a,,cab was still sleeping as a Humvee weaved its way through the neighborhoodAca,!a,,cs maze-like streets early one frigid, January morning. Commanding the patrol was 1st Lt. Austin DziengelewskiAca,!a,,cs platoon of paratroopers from 2nd Battalion Aca,!A"The White Falcons,Aca,!A? 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment. The patrol was on their way to a squatter village in the area, where displaced families were living in makeshift tents. With the temperatures dropping below freezing at night, the paratroopers were worried people in the camps might freeze to death. The platoonAca,!a,,cs mission was to find them and see what help they needed.

  • Soldiers Try out Improved Body Armor

    Jan 25, 2008

    For as long as the Army has used Interceptor Body Armor, Soldiers have complained that it is too heavy, too hot and too cumbersome.

  • Army and Air Force Discuss Interoperability

    Jan 24, 2008

    Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr., and Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley, along with other senior leaders from both Services, met Jan. 23 at Bolling Air Force Base to discuss issues of mutual interest regarding interdependency and interoperability.

  • Insurgents Out, Combat Outpost In

    Jan 24, 2008

    Just days after a major precision air strike in southern Arab Jabour to root out al-Qaeda in Iraq, combat engineers traversed the battlefield, arriving in the area to construct Multi-National Division Aca,!" CenterAca,!a,,cs newest combat outpost.

  • Army Family Member Competing for Miss America

    Jan 24, 2008

    There will be one Miss America viewer this weekend whoAca,!a,,cs hoping that victory started at Fort Jackson.

  • 'The Sarge' Readies for NHRA Top Fuel Season

    Jan 24, 2008

    With the 2008 NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series campaign less than a month away, Army Top Fuel driver Tony Aca,!A"The SargeAca,!A? Schumacher is already figuring on another edge-of-your-seat type of season.

  • Army Family Support Goes Virtual

    Jan 23, 2008

    In an age of persistent conflict and geographically-dispersed Families, the Army is taking Family support to a new level with virtual installations and virtual Family Readiness Groups.

  • Last Jump: XVIII Airborne Corps Heads Out Door

    Jan 23, 2008

    The XVIII Airborne Corps Special Troops Battalion performed its last pre-deployment jump Jan. 15 at Sicily drop zone on Fort Bragg - heading out the door of a C-130 high-performance aircraft before heading to Baghdad.

  • Army to Retire BDUs

    Jan 23, 2008

    The ArmyAca,!a,,cs Deputy Chief of Staff for G-1 (Personnel) announced this month that the final wear-out date for the Army Battle Dress Uniform and Desert Battle Dress Uniform will be April 30 for both active-duty and reserve- component Soldiers.

  • Army Chief Information Officer Visits MND-C Brigades

    Jan 23, 2008

    The ArmyAca,!a,,cs chief information officer visited three Multi-National Division Aca,!" Central communication operations sections Jan. 19 to get a feel for the way communications are being run in the Task Force Marne area of operations.

  • BOSS Program Helping More Than Single Soldiers

    Jan 23, 2008

    Aca,!A"I remember my first experience representing the Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers program at the Army Family Action Plan conference,Aca,!A? said Marlon Martin, now manager of the Army-wide BOSS program.

  • New Ammo Will Decrease Fragments in Close Urban Environs

    Jan 23, 2008

    A new type of ammunition is arriving in time to help Soldiers in dangerous urban landscapes, such as those in Iraq.

  • Governor Bids Farewell to Deploying New York Guard

    Jan 23, 2008

    More than 1,400 New York Army National Guard Citizen Soldiers bound for Afghanistan formally bid farewell to their friends and family Jan. 16 at deployment ceremonies held across the state.

  • BOSS, AFAP programs more relevant that ever

    Jan 22, 2008

    BOSS representatives discuss participation in the AFAP process and how it affects change Army-wide.

  • Army Reserve Begins 100th Birthday with Baghdad Re-enlistment

    Jan 22, 2008

    A mass re-enlistment for 100 Reserve Soldiers at Camp Victory Jan. 18 kicked off the U.S. Army ReserveAca,!a,,cs year-long 100th birthday celebration.

  • Martin Luther King Colleague Recalls Struggle

    Jan 22, 2008

  • Secretary Bolton Retires from Acquisition, Logistics and Technology

    Jan 22, 2008

    Claude M. Bolton, Jr. formally left his position as Assistance Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology during a retirement ceremony Jan. 18 at the Pentagon.

  • Recruiter Can Take a 'Buck' and That's no 'Bull'

    Jan 22, 2008

    Eight seconds may not seem like a long span of time Aca,!" unless you are riding a 2,000-pound tornado with horns Aca,!" then it feels like an eternity.

  • Warrior Transition Leaders Meet: Mission Second Only to Combat

    Jan 22, 2008

    Getting Soldiers healed from physical, psychological or emotional wounds is an Army mission of highest priority, second only to combat, a senior official said during the Warrior Transition Leadership and Training Conference Jan.13-18.

  • Army Game's Medic Training Helps Save Two Lives

    Jan 22, 2008

    A longtime player of the game Aca,!A"AmericaAca,!a,,cs ArmyAca,!A? became a first responder following a car accident in November when he employed the life-saving techniques he learned by playing the video game.

  • MEDEVAC Crews Brave Enemy Fire to Save Soldiers

    Jan 22, 2008

    Aero-medical evacuation crews from Task Force Marne faced enemy gunfire to deliver five injured Soldiers to safety on Jan. 18.

  • Book Lists Ways to Strengthen Military Families

    Jan 22, 2008

    On military bases and in towns and cities across America, servicemembers and their spouses are quietly waging their own war, the war to keep their Families together in spite of the stresses of extended and repeated deployments.

  • Stuttgart Opens Warrior Transition Unit

    Jan 22, 2008

    STUTTGART, Germany Aca,!" U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart has activated its Warrior Transition Unit as part of the ArmyAca,!a,,cs new mandated Medical Action Plan.

  • Aviation Modernization Program to Field Lakota, Modify Current Helos

    Jan 18, 2008

    The ArmyAca,!a,,cs $14.6-billion aviation modernization program includes fielding the Lakota UH-72A, along with a number of modifications to existing helicopters and unmanned aerial vehicles.

  • Europe's First: Forward Surgical Team Goes Airborne

    Jan 18, 2008

    During an Airborne Conversion Ceremony Dec. 11 at Miesau Ammo Depot, Germany, 20 medical Soldiers from the newly designated 67th FST (Airborne) proudly donned the maroon beret distinguishing them as the only airborne forward surgical team in Europe and one of only five Army-wide.

  • Leaders' Course Welcomes First Class of Iraqi NCOs

    Jan 18, 2008

    As the midday sun warmed the ground at FOB Kalsu Jan. 15, 56 Iraqi soldiers stood beside 18 U.S. noncommissioned officers, in front of two countriesAca,!a,,c flags, with one common purpose and made history.

  • Army Aims to Better Identify Soldiers with Brain Injuries

    Jan 17, 2008

    The Army released a report Jan. 17 that outlines how the service can better identify and help Soldiers who have suffered traumatic brain injuries.

  • Army's Largest Solar Array Generates More Than Power

    Jan 17, 2008

    Officials cut the ribbon Monday on the ArmyAca,!a,,cs largest solar array, a 2-megawatt system at Fort Carson that should produce enough power for 540 homes.

  • Chief Outlines Plan to Get Army Back in Balance

    Jan 17, 2008

    After six years of war in the Middle East, the Army is out of balance, said Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey Jr.

  • Guard's Miss America Contestant Focused on Mission as Pageant Nears

    Jan 17, 2008

    Utah Army National Guard Sgt. Jill StevenAca,!a,,cs Aca,!A"personal combat zoneAca,!A? has shifted from Afghanistan to Nevada, from a minefield to a beauty contest, from combat boots to high heels.

  • Removing Dark Stains: Soldiers Help Clean up Korea's Worst Oil Spill

    Jan 17, 2008

    The once-fresh sea air was now nauseating, as if the breeze carried a pungent grease smell across the Taean coast. Stones worn smooth by the ocean tides littered the beach, each one heavy with black oil that seeped through a charcoal dust that had been laid down days earlier as the first step to stem the pollution.

  • Army Fields Up-Armored Humvees to NTC

    Jan 16, 2008

    Brand new, lined up one after the other in a seemingly endless row, the Army's current Up-Armored Humvees have finally made their way to the National Training Center.

  • Baghdad Violence Decreasing with Reconciliation Efforts

    Jan 16, 2008

    Northwest Rashid community leaders, senior Iraqi Security Forces leaders and Iraqi government members gathered here Jan. 6 for a reconciliation meeting.

  • Fallen Soldier Gives Back

    Jan 16, 2008

    CASERMA EDERLE, Vicenza, Italy Aca,!" All Soldiers, especially those who are deploying, want to take care of their families in the event something happens to them, but one Soldier took this one step further by including his fellow paratroopers in his family.

  • Water Dogs Keep Water Flowing

    Jan 15, 2008

    A four-man team of water purification specialists assigned to Company A, 173rd Brigade Support Battalion oversees the production of more than 40,000 gallons of water a day for the those living at forward operating base Fenty.

  • Calendar Offers Ways to Support Troops

    Jan 15, 2008

    Your new gym membership has yet to be used and that clutter you resolved to organize still needs tackling, but your resolution to help others this year still has hope. Thanks to America Supports YouAca,!a,,cs 12-month calendar of ways to show appreciation for the nationAca,!a,,cs troops and their Families, there is a fresh idea for keeping your resolution on track every month.

  • Troops Continue Korean Oil Spill Cleanup

    Jan 15, 2008

    The smell of crude oil was still evident as 45 Soldiers and Airmen joined more than 150 workers and other volunteers as they started another day of beach cleanup after Korea's worst oil spill a month ago at Mallipo Beach.

  • Vice Chief Credits Training for Aviation Record

    Jan 14, 2008

    The Army's vice chief of staff said the Army's aviation safety record in 2 million flight hours supporting the war on terror over the last six years can be attributed to good training.

  • Chairman Says Guantanamo Mission Mitigates Global Risk

    Jan 14, 2008

    Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen toured the new Expeditionary Legal Complex and the detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay Naval Station Sunday, thanking service members guarding detainees for their service.

  • Kirkuk Academy Graduates 1,325 Police

    Jan 14, 2008

    A total of 1,325 Iraqi Police recruits graduated Jan. 9 during a ceremony at the Kirkuk Police Academy in northeastern Iraq.

  • Israeli MOUT Facility Model for National Guard

    Jan 14, 2008

    National Guard Soldiers could one day train at a state-of-the-art urban warfare training center in Israel, or one modeled after it, according to Lt. Gen. H. Steven Blum.

  • Military Clothing Designers on Cutting Edge

    Jan 14, 2008

    When you think about clothing designers, you probably think of a favorite designer or perhaps a favorite store and not the U.S. military, but the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center has clothing designers who design, develop and improve military clothing and equipment.

  • World-class Boxer Trains at Fort Jackson, Learns Ropes

    Jan 14, 2008

    World-class welterweight boxer Luis Collazo got a taste of Army life during a recent trip to Columbia, S.C., much of which was spent here at Fort Jackson preparing for an upcoming bout in the ring.

  • President Offers Message of Hope to Troops in Kuwait

    Jan 14, 2008

    President George W. Bush made a stop in Kuwait Saturday during his Middle East tour to meet with key U.S. leaders and speak to deployed service members.

  • CNBC's Suze Orman Presents Finance Course to Troops

    Jan 11, 2008

    Suze Orman delivered a high-energy crash course in personal finance Jan. 11 at Fort Dix's Timmermann Center.

  • Recruiting Companies Need Commanders

    Jan 11, 2008

    The U.S. Army Recruiting Command wants more officers at the rank of captain to consider serving as company commanders.

  • Commentary: American Soldier Remains Nation's Ultimate Weapon

    Jan 11, 2008

    Now in its seventh year, the Global War on Terrorism is producing a new generation of American Soldier.

  • One Year Later, New Iraq Strategy Showing Successes

    Jan 11, 2008

    President BushAca,!a,,cs strategy for Iraq, announced one year ago during a televised speech to the nation, is accomplishing many of its goals and laying important groundwork for initiatives yet to be fulfilled, military and defense officials agree.

  • New Technology Enhancing Aviation Capability in Theater

    Jan 11, 2008

    Army aviation continues to successfully Aca,!A"fight the fight,Aca,!A? in support of operations, while simultaneously transforming and modernizing its forces, agreed a panel of aviation commanders at the AUSA Institute of Land Warfare Aviation Symposium and Exposition.

  • Active First Program Helping Army Meet Recruiting Goals

    Jan 11, 2008

    During a press conference Jan. 10 at the Pentagon, the Army's senior most civilian said the Army National Guard's "Active First" program has contributed to the Army's on-target recruitment goals.

  • Army Closes Ray Barracks in Germany

    Jan 10, 2008

    The voice of Elvis Presley echoed through Ray Barracks one last time Monday, returning for a brief moment to his old military stomping grounds.

  • New U.S. Offensive Targets al Qaeda in Northern Iraq

    Jan 10, 2008

    American military forces in northern Iraq launched an offensive this week targeting al Qaeda elements operating in the region.

  • Logistics Officers Don New Branch Insignia

    Jan 9, 2008

    The first wave of more than 10,000 logistics officers exchanged their branch insignia at a ceremony at Fort Lee, Va., Wednesday following the Jan. 1 establishment of the Logistics Branch.

  • Warrior Transition Office Focuses on Soldiers, Families

    Jan 9, 2008

    In an interview Tuesday, the deputy director of the Warrior Transition Office pledged that his office, medical officials and Warrior Transition Unit cadre will always listen to concerns wounded warriors and their Families might have about their care.

  • Soldiers Implement New Contract Training in Kuwait

    Jan 9, 2008

    Soldiers with the 1st Theater Sustainment Command put their Contracting Officer Representative training to work and saved the Army thousands of dollars while curbing fraud, waste and abuse.

  • Army Destroys Half of Chemical Stockpile

    Jan 9, 2008

    The Army has now safely destroyed 50 percent of the United States' chemical-agent stockpile since beginning to comply with the Chemical Weapons Convention April 29, 1997.

  • Soldiers Learn to Rappel in Djibouti

    Jan 9, 2008

    Soldiers deployed from Fort Myer, Va., gained confidence in a rappelling training session conducted by Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 8 Det. 20, Jan. 4.

  • Surge, Strategy Working in Iraq, but Challenges Remain

    Jan 9, 2008

    As the troop surge in Iraq approaches its one-year anniversary, the commander of Multinational Force Iraq said he's buoyed by successes made and momentum built, but recognizes the job is far from over.

  • Guard Providing Relief in Nevada Flooding

    Jan 9, 2008

    Nevada Sen. Harry Reid inspected the flooded town of Fernley, Nev., in an Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter Monday and requested President George Bush declare the Fernley flood a disaster, making home and business owners and the town eligible for federal aid.

  • Deadline for Freedom Award Nominations Approaching

    Jan 8, 2008

    The deadline for servicemembers in the National Guard and Reserve to nominate their employers for the 2008 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award is fast approaching.

  • Lt. Gen. HonorAfA Leaving Legacy at First Army

    Jan 8, 2008

    Lt. Gen. Russell L. HonorAfA, commander of First Army, is retiring from the Army and will relinquish his command Jan. 11 in a ceremony at Fort McPherson in Atlanta, Ga.

  • Sheiks Provide Information on al Qaeda in Iraq

    Jan 8, 2008

    In a vital and encouraging boost to the efforts against al-Qaida in Iraq, local sheiks met with Coalition Forces to discuss cooperation and future Concerned Local Citizen programs here, Jan. 4.

  • Top Army Leaders Help Open SFAC at Fort Sam

    Jan 8, 2008

    The Soldier and Family Assistance Center, a new one-stop support shop for Warriors in Transition and their Families, opened Jan. 2 in the lower level of Brooke Army Medical Center.

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