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  • Sewer Project Helps East Baghdad Clean Up Streets

    Jan 3, 2008

    Thousands of families in east Baghdad will soon have their neighborhoods free of raw sewage in the streets.

  • Let the Game Begin: 'All-American' Bowl Events Kickoff

    Jan 3, 2008

    Some of the ArmyAca,!a,,cs most decorated Soldiers introduced themselves to some of the top high school football athletes in the country during an ice-breaking social when they were matched up to a friendly competition of push-ups, sit-ups, with a little karaoke thrown in.

  • Battlemind Prepares Soldiers for Combat, Returning Home

    Jan 3, 2008

    STUTTGART, Germany Aca,!" Today, every Soldier headed to Iraq and Afghanistan receives Battlemind training, but few know the science behind it.

  • Armed Forces Bowl Honors America's Military

    Jan 2, 2008

    The action on the field at the Armed Forces Bowl Dec. 31 in front of a record crowd of 41,000 was merely the capstone to a day of events honoring the men and women who defend the nation.

  • Engineers Transfer 3 Completed Power Plants to Iraqis

    Jan 2, 2008

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently turned three 132kV electrical substations over to Iraqi authorities in the Basrah Province.

  • Operation Patriot Strike Nets AQI Suspects

    Jan 2, 2008

    Going after al-Qaeda cell leaders in the Ubaydi farmland 20 miles south of Baghdad, U.S. and Iraqi troops launched a three-pronged assault on the area which netted dozens of detainees, Dec. 29.

  • New Engineers Drilling Wells in Djibouti

    Jan 2, 2008

    For the past year, the mission of the 1132nd Engineering Detachment Well Drilling Team has been to provide potable water to the people of Djibouti, but now their mission is to train their replacements to do the same

  • Ironhorse Brigade Reflects on Progress in Iraq

    Jan 2, 2008

    The Aca,!A"IronhorseAca,!A? Brigade has seen a Aca,!A"phenomenal changeAca,!A? from having 150 enemy attacks per week 15 months ago, to having only about 10 significant events per week, now mostly involving the finding of weapons caches and improvised explosive devices.

  • Operation Raider Reaper Concludes With Tribal Reconciliation

    Dec 31, 2007

    Tribal leaders of Khalis and Hibhib in Diyala province held a reconciliation meeting at the Governance Center here Dec. 27.

  • Intelligence Cell Defends the Digital Battlefield

    Dec 28, 2007

    U.S. military forces in Europe now have a better way to defend against cyber attacks aimed at destroying networks and infiltrating sensitive data.

  • Kirkuk IP: A Binding Brotherhood in Training

    Dec 28, 2007

    Aca,!A"Upon entering our academy...you are no longer Turkman, Arab, Christian, Kurd...you are an Iraqi,Aca,!A? Col. Samir Murshed Khushid, commandant of the Kirkuk Police Academy and former Peshmerga soldier, said. He tells his recruits they are here to serve their fellow citizen, to Aca,!A"protect them, ethnicity does not matter.Aca,!A?

  • Iraqi Army Brings Smiles to Children

    Dec 28, 2007

    Iraqi soldiers from the 3rd Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 9th Iraqi Army Division (Mechanized) brought smiles to children at a local elementary school in northwest Baghdad by delivering donated school supplies and care packages, Dec. 17.

  • Toy Drive in Honduras

    Dec 27, 2007

    The Joint Task Force-Bravo Chapel organized a toy drive for children in Honduras. The toys were distributed Dec. 23. Donations for the drive came from families of servicemembers stationed at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras.

  • Field Artillery Troops Train Volunteers

    Dec 27, 2007

    One of the biggest areas of focus in northwest Baghdad is training the Iraqi volunteers who have stepped up to ensure freedom and democracy in their own neighborhoods.

  • Triple Threat Pressures al Qaeda in Iraq, General Says

    Dec 27, 2007

    Having been ejected from Baghdad and its environs during the surge of forces, al Qaeda in Iraq is attempting to re-establish itself in regions north of the capital city, a senior U.S. military officer posted in Iraq said.

  • The 2008 All-American Bowl

    Dec 26, 2007

    The Army.mil 2008 All-American Bowl microsite with news updates, Soldier Hero profiles, images, and more.

  • Iraqi Double Amputee Walks Out of Hospital

    Dec 23, 2007

    FORWARD OPERATING BASE HAMMER, Iraq (Army News Service, Dec. 27, 2007) -- Standing upright and walking on her own is something 20-year-old Soham Hassan Ka-Naan, a young woman from Khargulia, never thought she would be able to do again.

  • 8th Army Soldiers Help Clean up Korean Oil Spill

    Dec 21, 2007

    More than 25 Soldiers from U.S. Army Troop Command Korea assisted in oil clean up efforts off the coast of Taean Wednesday as the first part of an eight-day, 8th U.S. Army operation that marks the largest and latest efforts of U.S. Soldiers assisting the Republic of Korea in their time of ecological crisis.

  • Army Launches Troop-Stationing Web Site

    Dec 21, 2007

    The Army launched its latest web site today, Grow the Army, to illustrate upcoming troop movements and upcoming unit stationing changes.

  • Chief of Staff Re-enlists 267 Soldiers in Iraq

    Dec 21, 2007

    Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey Jr. re-enlisted 267 Soldiers in a ceremony at Camp Victory's Al Faw Palace Dec. 19.

  • Pop Artist Sends 'Gift of Music' to Troops

    Dec 21, 2007

    In keeping with the holiday season, musician John Ondrasik sends the gift of music to Soldiers overseas and stateside.

  • Army Aid Improves 'Sight, Sound, Smile' in Bangladesh

    Dec 21, 2007

  • Army to Tap Troops Not Yet Deployed

    Dec 21, 2007

    The ArmyAca,!a,,cs assignments branch is reaching out to Soldiers who have not deployed to combat in an effort to take some of the strain off of those who have deployed more than once.

  • Soldiers to Mentor Students at All-American Bowl

    Dec 20, 2007

    More than 90 Soldier heroes will be paired with AmericaAca,!a,,cs leading high-school athletes in the week of festivities leading up the Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Jan. 5.

  • Soldiers Head Home for Holidays

    Dec 20, 2007

    During the next two weeks the streets and ranges of training posts around the Army may resemble ghost towns.

  • Army to Get More Stryker NBC Recon Vehicles

    Dec 20, 2007

    The Army now has authorization to purchase 95 more Stryker nuclear, biological and chemical reconnaissance vehicles, in addition to 10 already in Iraq and several others used for testing and training.

  • 1st Cav. Div. Transfers Authority of MND-B to 4th Inf. Div.

    Dec 20, 2007

    Under the clear, morning sky of a promising new day in Baghdad, the 4th Infantry Division took the reins of Multi-National Division Baghdad from the 1st Cavalry Division during a transfer of authority ceremony here yesterday. Presiding over the ceremony was Lt. Gen. Raymond Odierno, commanding general, Multi-National Corps Iraq.

  • Independent AAFES Testing Leads to Recall of Four Toys

    Dec 19, 2007

    Tests have revealed problems with four Aca,!A"Soldier BearAca,!A? toys and consumers are asked to immediately return them.

  • Army Announces Stationing Decisions for New Troops

    Dec 19, 2007

    During a Pentagon press conference today, Secretary of the Army Pete Geren and Vice Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Richard Cody announced plans to activate three new units in 2008, and other unit-stationing decisions to support the ArmyAca,!a,,cs growth by up to 74,200 Soldiers, including 65,000 active-duty Soldiers, by 2010.

  • Army Announces Stationing Decisions

    Dec 19, 2007

    The Army announced today unit stationing decisions to support the presidentAca,!a,,cs plan to grow the Army by 74,200 Soldiers across all three Army components.

  • Maine Wreaths Grace Arlington National Cemetery

    Dec 18, 2007

    Blustery weather did not deter 2,000 volunteers from showing up early on a Saturday to lay some 10,000 wreaths on graves in Arlington National Cemetery.

  • 101st Airborne Units Receive MRAP Vehicles

    Dec 18, 2007

    Christmas came a little early this year when the Rakkasans received 18 shiny, new Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected vehicles Dec. 7.

  • Al Qaeda Tunnel Network Destroyed

    Dec 18, 2007

    A network of underground tunnels used by al Qaeda in Iraq to store weapons, hide fighters and launch attacks against U.S. forces was discovered and subsequently destroyed by Coalition Forces Dec. 16. It was the first known find of a tunnel system in the Multi-National Division Aca,!" Center area.

  • Army Adds Traumatic SGLI Advisors at 10 Hospitals

    Dec 18, 2007

    Soldiers who want to determine if they are eligible for payments under Traumatic ServicemembersAca,!a,,c Group Life Insurance have a new ally in Soldier Family Support Specialists.

  • Guard Family Gets Extreme Dream Home

    Dec 18, 2007

    Spc. Michael Lucas received an extra-special homecoming during his mid-tour leave from Iraq when he and his family discovered they had been selected for a total-home renovation, courtesy of the popular reality-TV show Aca,!A"Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.Aca,!A?

  • M-4 Carbine Has High Soldier Confidence Despite Test

    Dec 18, 2007

    In a test conducted last month under extreme dust conditions, the M-4 carbine had just over 1 of every 100 rounds jam. A recent survey, though, showed high confidence in the weapon among Soldiers who used it in combat.

  • Holiday Cards Can Be Sent to Wounded via Red Cross

    Dec 18, 2007

    The American Red Cross will collect, review and distribute holiday greeting cards to wounded military personnel.

  • Army Chief of Staff Reviews Afghan Police Training

    Dec 17, 2007

    Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey visited a police mentoring team for the Afghan National Police Dec. 17 at a forward operating base near Kandahar, Afghanistan.

  • JTF-Bravo Volunteers Deliver Food to Honduran Village

    Dec 17, 2007

    United States servicemembers from Joint Task Force-Bravo took to the mountains around Soto Cano Air Base Dec. 14 to deliver food and supplies to Hondurans living off the beaten path.

  • SMA Kicks Off USO Holiday Tour in Iraq

    Dec 17, 2007

    Any Soldier who has been deployed knows that if the sergeant major of the Army and the USO are in town, then itAca,!a,,cs close to Christmas.

  • Evacuated Soldiers Now Get Immediate Combat Injury Pay

    Dec 17, 2007

    When Soldiers are evacuated from a combat zone due to a combat-related injury, they no longer need to wait 30 days to begin receiving their Combat-Related Injury Rehabilitation Pay

  • Local leaders, Soldiers team to bring computer literacy to Assiriyah

    Dec 14, 2007

    ASSIRIYAH, Iraq Aca,!" Thanks to recent improvements in security, local leaders here with a little help from Soldiers in Troop D, 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division are bringing civic improvement projects to residents throughout this village of more than 2,600 people.

  • Fort Riley Thaws Out After Midwest Ice Storm

    Dec 14, 2007

    The ice storm that ripped through the Midwest Monday left more than 8,000 people and 80 percent of homes here without power.

  • Guard Members Respond to Midwest Ice Storms

    Dec 14, 2007

    More than 140 National Guard members in the Midwest responded this week to a band of deadly, mid-December storms that stretched from eastern Texas to the Ohio Valley and into northern New York and New England.

  • Wounded Warrior Program Provides Enduring Support to Families

    Dec 14, 2007

    ThereAca,!a,,cs no set limit on how long the U.S. Army Wounded Warrior program will provide one-on-one service to severely wounded Soldiers and their Families, a U.S. Army official said Wednesday.

  • Army Helping Build All-American Team

    Dec 14, 2007

    They're not just strong. They're Army strong. But they're not Soldiers they're America's top high-school football players using the same leadership, discipline and teamwork that Soldiers put into play on the battlefield. These students will battle it out Jan. 5 in this year's Army All-American Bowl, an East-West match-up in San Antonio sponsored by U.S. Army Accessions Command.

  • Voice of the Army Family Heard Through AFAP Process

    Dec 14, 2007

    Delegates at the Army Family Action Plan conference reviewed 70 quality-of-life issues from Army installations throughout the world and 10 issues from the Army Wounded Warrior Symposium held here Dec. 3-7.

  • Army Creates New Branch for Logistics Officers

    Dec 14, 2007

    The Army plans to develop a new corps of multifunctional logisticians with creation of the new logistics branch.

  • Army Will Form Logistics Branch

    Dec 14, 2007

    The Department of the Army announced the establishment of a new branch Thursday, which will become effective January 1, 2008.

  • Steering Committee Completes 10 AFAP Issues

    Dec 13, 2007

    The General Office Steering Committee met last week as part of the Army Family Action Plan conference and 10 issues were completed, including family counseling at remote locations, allowing contractors to enroll children in DoD schools, and family-member access to e-learning

  • 'The Voice of the Army Family' is heard through AFAP process

    Dec 13, 2007

    Delegates at the Army Family Action Plan conference reviewed 70 issues from Army installations throughout the world and 10 issues from the Army Wounded Warrior Symposium Dec. 3 through 7. Each year, the delegates vote to determine the top 5 conference issues which are then briefed at the next General Officer Steering Committee. This year, seven issues will be reported as a result of a four-way tie...

  • Stryker Soldier Awarded Distinguished Service Cross

    Dec 13, 2007

    A 1st Stryker Brigade Soldier who saved the life of his platoon leader was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross Dec. 12 at Fort Wainwright for his actions during an ambush in Iraq.

  • National Guard Learns Lessons from a City Under Fire

    Dec 13, 2007

    In 2006, Haifa was a city under attack by terrorists. After visiting the city, National Guard leaders are now applying lessons learned on how to respond to a sustained terrorist attacks against a U.S. city.

  • Walter Reed Commander Promoted to Surgeon General

    Dec 12, 2007

    Both officers and enlisted from the ArmyAca,!a,,cs Washington-area medical community gathered Tuesday at the Pentagon for the promotion ceremony of Lt. Gen. Eric B. Schoomaker, who assumed the position of surgeon general of the Army at the same time.

  • 'Trees for Troops' Program Gets Boost From Guard

    Dec 12, 2007

    Volunteers from the New York National GuardAca,!a,,cs 42nd Infantry (Rainbow) Division spread holiday cheer by helping load donated Christmas trees bound for overseas troops and Army Families stationed across the United States.

  • Notre Dame Honors Medical Officer with Corby Award

    Dec 12, 2007

    Notre Dame, a university renowned for its football program, but blessed with an equally distinguished tradition of military service selected Dr. (Brig. Gen.) Philip Volpe as the recipient of one of its highest alumni awards, the Rev. William Corby C.S.C. Award for distinguished military service.

  • Clinic Testing New mTBI Screening

    Dec 11, 2007

    A pilot testing program for mild traumatic brain injury, or mTBI, using Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics, has been developed to identify affected Soldiers.

  • Wounded Warrior Wants to Remember

    Dec 11, 2007

    First Sgt. Michael Christ wears two bracelets on his arm so heAca,!a,,cll never forget. One has the name of two Soldiers, Spc. Robert Johnson and Sgt. Nathan Fields who were killed in Iraq in January 2006; the other is in memory of Spc. Derek Plowman who died on July 20, 2006. Aca,!A"Robert and Nathan were special,Aca,!A? said Christ, who is a patient in the active duty rehab unit at the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Aca,!A"Robert always had a smile, and Nathan always had a joke.Aca,!A?

  • U.S. Forces Help Hondurans Complete Final Hurdle

    Dec 11, 2007

    Students of the Honduran army's elite unit TESON parachuted from a CH-47 Chinook helicopter Dec. 8, completing the final hurdle in their training.

  • Human Terrain Team Helps Soldiers in Iraq Understand Cultural Landscape

    Dec 11, 2007

    On a bright afternoon, Dr. Dave Matsuda traveled with a group of U.S Soldiers to tour a food distribution depot in the Ur neighborhood. The Soldiers were worried about how to keep the depot from being infiltrated by Moqtada Al SadrAca,!a,,cs ShiAca,!a,,cite militia army, which controls that part of the Iraqi Capital. The chief of security at the depot, however, assured them the warehouse was safe, because his Aca,!A"organizationAca,!A? protected it from SadrAca,!a,,cs influence.

  • Iraqi Leaders Commit to Unity During Summit

    Dec 11, 2007

    Sheiks of all tribes, Iraqi Army and police leaders, Iraqi government representatives and leaders from Multi-National Division-Baghdad gathered at an Iraqi Police station in Nassir Wa Salam to discuss bringing the region back to Iraqi government control during the Northwest Baghdad Regional Security Summit last week.

  • Junior-enlisted Soldiers quote

    Dec 11, 2007

    Junior-enlisted Soldiers in Afghanistan reciting Aca,!A"A SoldierAca,!a,,cs Request,Aca,!A? during a promotion ceremony for Soldiers entering the noncommissioned officer ranks.

  • Modern Art Flourishing

    Dec 11, 2007

    Lt. Gen. Ray Odierno, commander, Multi-National Corps - Iraq, talks with Haider Hashim, manager of the Akad Art Gallery, Dec. 8, in Baghdad. The gallery, located on Abu Nuwas Street, is part of a resurgence of businesses in the area made possible by improving security conditions.

  • Soldiers in Iraq Hear Sons Win State Football Championship

    Dec 11, 2007

    Twelve Soldiers in Iraq were not able to see their sons win the Kentucky Class 2A state football championship Saturday as the Fort Campbell High School Falcons defeated highly-favored Newport Central Catholic 21-7.

  • U.S. Soldiers Training with Russian Troops in 'Torgau'

    Dec 10, 2007

    U.S. and Russian soldiers are training together this week in an exercise named Aca,!A"TorgauAca,!A? in remembrance of the place where the two armies first met in Germany during World War II.

  • Trends Must be Reversed to Stop Terrorist Recruiting

    Dec 10, 2007

    Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey said more than 1,100 terrorists groups are operating around the world and listed a number of global trends that need to be reversed if America is to prevail in conflicts of the 21st Century.

  • ARDEC Named First Federal Baldrige Winner

    Dec 7, 2007

    President George W. Bush and Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez have selected the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center here as the first Department of Defense organization in history to receive the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

  • Fort Irwin Soldier wins Operation Rising Star Singing Contest

    Dec 7, 2007

    Spc. Richard Sianoya, winner of the 2007 Operation Rising Star singing contest, plans to use his $2,000 prize to help move his mother from their hometown of Manila, Philippines, to live with him in Fort Irwin, Calif.

  • 1st Cavalry Passing Baghdad Mission to 4ID

    Dec 7, 2007

    After 399 days as Multi-National Division Aca,!" Baghdad, the 1st Cavalry Division will turn its mission over to the Fort Hood, Texas-based 4th Infantry Division on Dec. 19.

  • 76 Posts Sign Covenant to Improve Family Support

    Dec 7, 2007

    Seventy active-duty installations and six Reserve posts have hosted Army Family Covenant signing ceremonies so far and Army leaders point out that the ceremonies are simply visible representations of a much larger and long-term commitment.

  • National Guard Rescues Hundreds in Oregon Flooding

    Dec 7, 2007

    The Oregon National Guard this week assisted in the rescue of between 200 and 400 residents of the coastal town of Vernonia, Ore., after heavy rains Sunday and Monday caused extensive flooding.

  • Business Leader Speaks on Diversity

    Dec 6, 2007

    Frances Hesselbein, chairman of the board of governors of the Leader to Leader Institute and co-editor of 24 books in 28 languages on leadership, inclusion and diversity was guest speaker at the ArmyAca,!a,,cs first senior leader diversity breakfast at the Pentagon on Nov. 29.

  • Fort Campbell Falcons Soar to State Championship

    Dec 6, 2007

    Fort Campbell High School will play for a Kentucky Class 2A state football championship Saturday for the first time since 1980 after defeating Metcalfe County 24-15 in a regional semifinal game Nov. 30 in Edmonton, Ky.

  • Nominations Open for Employer Support Freedom Award

    Dec 6, 2007

    National Guard and Army Reserve Soldiers and their Families have an opportunity over the next six weeks to submit nominations for the 2008 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award.

  • High-tech communications aid warfighter

    Dec 6, 2007

    For three years, Tobyhanna Army Depot field technicians have helped improve battlefield communications by transforming Army helicopters into high-tech command and control platforms.

  • NTC Opening New Urban Training Site

    Dec 5, 2007

    Soldiers will soon begin training on what Fort Irwin officials say will one day be the largest Military Operations Urban Training site in the Army inventory.

  • Wounded 'Knight' Returns to Playing Field

    Dec 5, 2007

    A former West Point football player who was wounded in action joined the ArmyAca,!a,,cs top brass for the coin toss at SaturdayAca,!a,,cs Army-Navy Game in Baltimore.

  • Safety Center Issues 'Family Engagement Kit' for Redeployment

    Dec 5, 2007

    The ArmyAca,!a,,cs new Redeployment Family Engagement Kit raises awareness of the leading indicators in accidents while passing along the Aca,!A"whatAca,!A? and Aca,!A"howAca,!A? of best practices, Army Safety Center officials said.

  • USA Express deadline: Dec. 14

    Dec 5, 2007

    Army Entertainment Division is seeking military musicians and singers to deliver entertainment to troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Qatar, Djibouti and Kuwait.

  • SFACs on Track to be Fully Operational in January

    Dec 5, 2007

    Key personnel responsible for the establishment of the ArmyAca,!a,,cs new Soldier and Family Assistance Centers on Installation Management Command garrisons gathered this week to train for the new mission and to discuss the way ahead for SFAC implementation.

  • President Names Acting Under Secretary of Army

    Dec 4, 2007

    Secretary of the Army Pete Geren today expressed his appreciation for President BushAca,!a,,cs intent to designate Nelson M. Ford to be the acting under secretary of the Army.

  • AAFES Offers Free Music Downloads for Troops

    Dec 4, 2007

    Recognizing that music has always been integral to morale, more than a dozen of the biggest names in country, rock, pop and R&B are teaming up with the Army & Air Force Exchange Service and America Supports You to deliver a special gift to troops this holiday season Aca,!" a free compilation of songs produced exclusively for Soldiers, Airmen, Sailors and Marines.

  • Soldiers Win Medals in USA Shooting Match

    Dec 4, 2007

    The 2007 USA Shooting Three Times Airgun Match came to a close Dec. 2 with Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Libby Callahan and Sgt. 1st Class Daryl L. Szarenski of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit of Fort Benning, Ga., claiming titles on the final day of competition.

  • DOD Establishes Psychological Health, TBI Center of Excellence

    Dec 4, 2007

    The Defense Center of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury began initial operations Friday. The DCoE will be fully functional by October 2009, and is currently operating in temporary office spaces in Rosslyn, Va.

  • America's Army Goes Xbox, Now PC

    Dec 4, 2007

    When the Aca,!A"AmericaAca,!a,,cs Army: True SoldiersAca,!A? game hit the streets in mid November, recruiters across the country held launch events at local stores to capitalize on the excitement of AmericaAca,!a,,cs Army coming to the Xbox 360. Now the gameAca,!a,,cs creators are hoping to stir up excitement in the PC gaming world.

  • Workshop Teaches Teachers About Army Life

    Dec 4, 2007

    Recognizing that deployments affect not only Soldiers and their Families but their supporters, Wiesbaden Army Airfield hosted a workshop and tour to show Department of Defense Dependent Schools staff members the challenges Soldiers face.

  • Army Family Action Plan Conference Opens

    Dec 3, 2007

    Army leaders renewed their commitment to Families during the opening session of the Army Family Action Plan Conference today, and announced that Secretary of the Army Pete Geren and Chief of Staff of the Army George W. Casey Jr. will chair a Soldier and Family Readiness Board of Directors.

  • Brig. Gen. Pinckney to Head New Diversity Task Force

    Dec 3, 2007

    Brig. Gen. Belinda Pinckney will head up a new task force to review the ArmyAca,!a,,cs diversity policies, practices and progress.

  • Ghurkhas Train with U.S. Soldiers in India

    Dec 3, 2007

    More than 120 U.S. Soldiers trained in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains with their Indian counterparts during Exercise Yudh Abhyas in November, building on existing skills and sharing tactics

  • Gen. Casey Announces Creation of Diversity Task Force

    Dec 3, 2007

    Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey Jr. has announced the creation of a Diversity Task Force, headed by a general officer, to review the ArmyAca,!a,,cs diversity policies, practices and progress.

  • Sergeant Hands Out His Action Figures at Army-Navy Game

    Dec 3, 2007

    As a child, Sgt. Tommy Rieman loved GI Joe action figures so much that he dreamed of being a Aca,!A"real American hero.Aca,!A? Little did he realize that one day his dream would come true.

  • Army Navy Football Game 2007

    Dec 1, 2007

    Images from the 108th meeting of the football teams of the US Military Academy at West Point, New York and the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md. in Baltimore Md. Dec. 1, 2007.

  • Top Army Acquisition Chief to Step Down

    Nov 30, 2007

    Secretary of the Army Pete Geren today received and accepted the resignation of Claude M. Bolton, assistant secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology.

  • Hotline Helps Soldiers and Families

    Nov 30, 2007

    The ArmyAca,!a,,cs Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline has received and answered more than 8,000 calls from Soldiers, veterans, Families and concerned citizens, and about 85% of callers have received favorable responses, according to the hotlineAca,!a,,cs deputy director.

  • Army Funds Crunch Would Affect Installations Worldwide

    Nov 30, 2007

    Installation operations and quality of life programs for soldiers and their families would be affected worldwide if the Army doesnAca,!a,,ct receive additional funding from Congress soon, a senior officer said here today.

  • Wounded Soldiers' Advocate Named Assistant Surgeon General

    Nov 30, 2007

    One of the ArmyAca,!a,,cs top advocates for the care and treatment of its ill and wounded Soldiers and their Families, Brig. Gen. Michael S. Tucker, will now serve as assistant surgeon general for warrior care and transition.

  • Fort Bragg leadership signs Army Family Covenant

    Nov 30, 2007

    A Fort Bragg Army Family covenant signing ceremony, was held Nov. 20, 10 a.m., at the Casablanca Community Center., where Fort Bragg leadership pledged to support and honor Families as Soldiers continue to fight the Global War on Terrorism.

  • FRG Coordinator Has Five Family Members Deployed

    Nov 30, 2007

    This West Virginia National Guard family readiness assistant ought to know a thing or two about her job: five members of Cathy HammackAca,!a,,cs family are serving in Iraq.

  • Guard Film Tells Soldiers' Stories

    Nov 30, 2007

    Like many Soldiers deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan, Soldiers from the Oregon National GuardAca,!a,,cs 2nd Battalion, 162nd Infantry brought their personal cameras to Iraq during their deployment in 2004. They snapped photos of each other firing weapons, shot video of explosives they detonated and logged plenty of footage of their own commentaries intermixed with Soldier humor.

  • Chaplain School Named for Vietnam Hero

    Nov 29, 2007

    The building housing the Army Chaplain Center and School at Fort Jackson, S.C., was renamed Watters Hall in a Nov. 20 ceremony honoring a chaplain killed in action 40 years ago in Vietnam.

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