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  • Soldiers, families brave holiday season without loved ones

    Nov 27, 2006

    While a time of good tidings for many, for others, the blitz of holiday cheer that starts bombarding the public shortly after Halloween can lead to a serious case of the blues, particularly for people separated from family and friends.

  • Army takes proactive strides to manage combat stress

    Nov 27, 2006

    When Sgt. Dartagnan Baker returned to Oahu in 2005 from his first deployment to Iraq, he remembered the unforgiving traffic on H-1, but he now finds it to be overwhelming and startling.

  • 'Arctic Wolves' head home from Iraq

    Nov 27, 2006

    The Arctic Wolves are returning to Alaska after 16 consecutive months of operations here.

  • Kirkuk Hospital, Clinics Receive Medical Supplies

    Nov 22, 2006

    Soldiers from the 25th Infantry Division delivered medical supplies and equipment to the Kirkuk General Hospital in Iraq. Supplies were running dangerously low.

  • Up, Up and Away

    Nov 22, 2006

    The tiny Raven unmanned aerial vehicle provides Soldiers with eyes in the sky. The Raven can spot terrorists setting IEDs and has been credited with saving lives.

  • Under Fire in Paktika

    Nov 22, 2006

    U.S. Soldiers in Afghanistan have no respite during the holiday season as they work hard to bring peace and stability to the country.

  • Sharing Smiles

    Nov 22, 2006

    1st Lt. Serena Merrill, from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, meets Iraqi children during a visit to the Yusufiyah marketplace.

  • AAFES to give military families opportunity to bag $50,000 in shopping sprees

    Nov 22, 2006

    To help military shoppers from going into the red this Aca,!A"Black FridayAca,!' weekend, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) will provide an opportunity for servicemembers to win one of ten $5,000 shopping sprees. According to the National Retail Federation, the average American shopper is expected to spend nearly $800 on gifts this holiday season. During what is traditionally some of the busiest shopping days of the year, customers who stop by their exchange Nov. 23-26 can enter to win part of $50,000 in shopping sprees through the SONY/ Military StarSM sweepstakes.

  • LTG Eikenberry Afghanistan

    Nov 22, 2006

  • Operation Santa Claus / Holiday Safety

    Nov 22, 2006

  • Referral Bonus / Holiday Mailing

    Nov 22, 2006

  • Command Sgt. Maj. William J. Gainey quote

    Nov 22, 2006

  • Staying safe while staying in touch

    Nov 22, 2006

    FORWARD OPERATING BASE PROSPERITY, Iraq (Army News Service, Nov. 21, 2006) Aca,!" Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, have only been on Camp Prosperity for about a week, and already, Soldiers are using every resource available to make contact home. Leaders from the Black Jack Brigade uphold the importance of calling home, writing letters and e-mails and using the Internet to update blogs, but there are quiet reminders everywhere you go on the camp to uphold operational security. Whether itAca,!a,,cs posters in the call center or friendly reminders from leaders, OPSEC is a brigade priority.

  • Deployed troops get early gift with reduced rates for calls home

    Nov 22, 2006

    The holidays are coming early for deployed Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen using 550-Unit Military Exchange Global Prepaid phone cards to call home from Army & Air Force Exchange Service's (AAFES) phone centers in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait. Troops who pick up 550-unit cards at any of the 53 BX/PXs or 32 Imprest Fund activities in Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom will see per minute charges reduced by 13 percent when placing calls from AAFES phone centers from Nov. 22 to Dec. 25.

  • New Iraq-Zakros Primary School to Open in Kirkuk

    Nov 22, 2006

    Construction of a $269,000 primary school that will educate approximately 300 children began in a newly developed area of Kirkuk, Iraq. Working through the Provincial Reconstruction Development Council and the local maneuver unit, the 25th Infantry Division, the Governorate of Kirkuk requested the construction of a permanent facility to replace the tent school in Zakros.

  • 2006 Shingo Awards

    Nov 22, 2006

    SecArmy Harvey presents the Shingo Award.

  • Afghan defense minister thanks U.S. Soldiers

    Nov 22, 2006

    AfghanistanAca,!a,,cs defense minister thanked the United States Nov. 21, for its steadfast support for his country, specifically recognizing the U.S. troops who have served and sacrificed there.

  • Presidential Briefing

    Nov 22, 2006

    Staff Sgts. Adam Niel Harrington, Keith Alan Burnette and Buffy Lea Rider demonstrate to President Bush how remains of service members missing in action are identified, during the president's visit to Vietnam. The Soldiers are members of the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command's field operations unit in Hanoi.

  • Aaron Tippin to spend Thanksgiving in Afghanistan

    Nov 22, 2006

    Country star Aaron Tippin will spend the Thanksgiving holiday with troops deployed overseas. Tippin left for Afghanistan Nov. 18 and will perform for the troops stationed there through Nov. 27. HeAca,!a,,cll perform music from his new album, Aca,!A"Now & Then,Aca,!' as well as his well-known hits. This will be his second Thanksgiving tour sponsored by Stars for Stripes and U.S. Army, Europe.

  • Army Spirit

    Nov 22, 2006

    Soldiers cheer for their favorite football teams and share their patriotic warrior spirit with the fans.

  • Turkish Turkeys'

    Nov 22, 2006

    Soldiers from the 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division stop for a line of turkeys crossing the road in Mosul, Iraq, Nov. 3, not far from the Turkish border where the gobblers may have originated.

  • Lt. Gen. H Steven Blum quote

    Nov 22, 2006

  • Troops to get holiday meals

    Nov 22, 2006

    The holidays are going to be a little bit tastier for warfighters serving in Iraq and Afghanistan thanks to a team of scientists at Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center. More than 6,000 meals, consisting of turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, vegetables, cranberry jelly, snacks, desserts and beverage mixes, are on their way to provide a Thanksgiving meal for forces that are operating in remote areas.

  • Completing the Circle

    Nov 21, 2006

    There's joy in the Vasquez family this Thanksgiving. Since 9/11, members of the Vasquez family have been deployed overseas or on Army training missions at various times and someone was always missing at get togethers. Now, the family is happily reunited and counting their blessings.

  • Soldiers bring cheer to others during holiday season

    Nov 21, 2006

    As Americans count their blessings this holiday season, Soldiers and other members of the armed forces are busy helping to make others happy around the globe.

  • Korea opens first barracks, DFAC complex

    Nov 21, 2006

    The largest and first barracks with dining facility complex opened at Camp Humphreys Nov. 9.

  • Country superstar 'hooks up' wounded warriors

    Nov 21, 2006

    Country music superstar Toby Keith rocked the stage, and a few SoldiersAca,!a,,c world, at a private concert Sunday for 14,000 Texas Ford truck owners and about 500 servicemembers at the AT&T Center in downtown San Antonio.

  • Afghan, U.S. Soldiers engage in realistic training

    Nov 21, 2006

    A week-long exercise at several U.S. bases is preparing 82nd Airborne Division troops and their Afghan, International Security Assistance Force, interagency and non-governmental organization partners for their upcoming deployment to Afghanistan.

  • Soldier's 'Field Artillery' imagery scores in Army Arts & Crafts

    Nov 21, 2006

    A Soldier combined her military experience and passion for art to win several awards in the 2006 Army Arts and Crafts Contest.

  • Under 'Attack'

    Nov 21, 2006

    A Soldier from 1st Battalion, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division reacts to a mock IED attack during situation training at Fort Irwin, Calif.

  • Fort Bragg Soldier designs unit crest

    Nov 21, 2006

    Unit crest designs symbolize unitsAca,!a,,c traditions, history and specialties. Some have been around for almost a hundred years and their original designers are long forgotten.

  • Army scientists to discuss changes, assess future needs

    Nov 21, 2006

    Scientists and engineers from across the world will gather next week to celebrate the 25th biennial Army Science Conference and its 50-year contribution to scientific research, education and technology.

  • Targeting IED Source

    Nov 21, 2006

    Soldiers from Company A, 1st Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment conduct a raid on a warehouse complex suspected of containing IED-making materials used in recent attacks in Buhriz Province, Iraq.

  • Maj. Gen. Jason Kamiya quote

    Nov 21, 2006

  • DIMHRS brings self-service capabilities to Soldiers

    Nov 21, 2006

    The Army plans to transform the way it manages its human resources by launching the Defense Integrated Military Human Resources System in early 2008.

  • Defense Agency Delivers Logistics Support to Warfighters

    Nov 20, 2006

    Whether itAca,!a,,cs an infantryman in Iraq needing a new firing pin for his rifle or a fighter pilot on a carrier in the Persian Gulf who needs to replace a cracked landing strut, the Defense Logistics Agency stands ready to support warfighters worldwide, the organizationAca,!a,,cs director said in a recent interview.

  • Baghdad Teaching Hospital aids infant survival

    Nov 20, 2006

    Baghdad Teaching Hopital, run by Soldiers, aids infants and newborns and also sees many of the victims of sectarian violence.

  • Nemechek slides into 'lucky 13' in season finale

    Nov 20, 2006

    Was fate preparing Joe Nemechek for a lucky 2007 season' It does seem coincidental that Nemechek, who will switch rides to the No. 13 Chevrolet next year for MB2 Motorsports, qualified 13th and finished 13th in Sunday's Nextel Cup season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

  • Troop rotations set for Iraq, Afghanistan

    Nov 20, 2006

    The Defense Department announced the first of the major units scheduled to deploy to Iraq and Afghanistan for the next rotations in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. The announcement affects about 57,000 service members.

  • Abizaid: U.S. must shape Middle East to avoid larger war

    Nov 20, 2006

    National security interests compel the United States to shape, but not control, developments in the Middle East, a region of the world that is being shaken by globalization, said Gen. John P. Abizaid, commander, U.S. Central Command.

  • Milestone reached in development of Cross Domain Collaborative Information Environment

    Nov 20, 2006

    U.S. Joint Forces Command recently reached the next milestone in the development of the Cross Domain Collaborative Information Environment aimed at opening even more lines of communication between the joint warfighter and coalition allies.

  • Guard Battles Fire

    Nov 20, 2006

    Texas National Guard Soldiers assist local firefighters by airlifting buckets of water to quench a wildfire in Hays County, Texas.

  • Future Warriors

    Nov 20, 2006

    Sgt. Duran and Spc. Vanverik, from the 129th Infantry Regiment, wear the Future Force Warrior ensemble during training at Fort Benning, Ga.

  • Army ups referral bonus to $2K

    Nov 20, 2006

    Bonuses have doubled to $2K for Soldiers and retirees referring future Soldiers to the Referral Bonus Pilot Program.

  • Gen. John P. Abizaid quote

    Nov 20, 2006

  • Army to soon deploy troops with computerized equipment

    Nov 20, 2006

    Following successful field testing last summer, the Army is planning to deploy its new Land Warrior System within the year, bringing the Army a giant step closer to electronic networking of the battlefield.

  • NORAD's Santa-tracking Web site opens for 2006 season

    Nov 20, 2006

    In advance of the holiday season and its 51st season of tracking Santa Claus on his annual journey around the world, the North American Aerospace Defense Command last week activated its "NORAD Tracks Santa" Web site for 2006.

  • Army ad agency samples basic training

    Nov 20, 2006

    Responsible for the ArmyAca,!a,,cs new slogan, Aca,!A"Army Strong,Aca,!' representatives of the New York-based McCann Erickson advertising agency underwent some unusual training last week.

  • Army Air and Missile Defense Command remains relevant and ready

    Nov 20, 2006

    With increased threats becoming significantly greater due to the proliferation of missile technology, the addition of the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command to the Pacific area of operations has proven to be vital to the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Army divers do dangerous mission in Kuwait, Iraq

    Nov 20, 2006

    From the skies, the Army calls on the Airborne; on the ground, they call on the Infantry. But when the Army needs something done underwater Aca,!" in the Persian Gulf or a small lake in Iraq Aca,!" the divers of the 544th Engineer Team are ready to move.

  • Indiana Guard has big impact on border

    Nov 20, 2006

    More than 2,000 miles from his home in Michigan City, Ind., and nearly 100 miles into the Arizona desert, Sgt. Brian Rogers, an Indiana National Guard member with the 938th Military Police Detachment, scans the brush and rugged terrain for anything worthy of a radio call to Tucson Sector Border Patrol.

  • Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation Opens House

    Nov 17, 2006

    The Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC) will host its annual open house Nov. 18.

  • Army Strong kicks off on Fort Riley

    Nov 17, 2006

    After 18 years of "Be all you can be" and five years as "Army of one," the Army has adopted "Army Strong" as its new slogan and the focus of a new advertising campaign that showcases the strength of Soldiers past, present and future.

  • SMC Activation

    Nov 17, 2006

    Army Broadcasting Service is deactivated and the Soldiers Media Center stands up, ceremony at the Pentagon. SSG Dan Wiltshire reports.

  • National cemetery to locate at Fort Jackson

    Nov 17, 2006

    Fort Jackson has been selected as the site for a new national cemetery to be established as a result of the National Cemetery Expansion Act of 2003.

  • Schumacher completes biggest comeback in history

    Nov 17, 2006

    U.S. Army Top Fuel driver Tony "The Sarge" Schumacher completed the biggest point comeback in NHRA history last Sunday by capturing the Auto Club Finals and setting the new national elapsed time record at Auto Club Raceway.

  • Reward still offered for information leading to kidnapped Soldier

    Nov 17, 2006

    Officials in Iraq are still offering up to $50,000 for information leading to Spc. Ahmed Kousay Altaie, a 41-year-old Army Reserve Soldier kidnapped Oct. 23 outside Baghdad's International Zone.

  • Iraqi Soldiers Begin Sweep in Northern Iraq

    Nov 17, 2006

    Iraqi police and coalition forces captured cell members in separate raids in Baghdad, and terrorists trying to set a roadside bomb blew themselves up western Mosul.

  • Making Friends

    Nov 17, 2006

    An Iraqi man from Ramadi lets a Soldier hold his pet eagle. The Soldier is from 1st Battalion, 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Division.

  • Suited Up and Ready

    Nov 17, 2006

    Soldiers from the 42nd Civil Support Team participate in a weapons of mass destruction exercise in Enka, N.C.

  • Keeping Them Rolling

    Nov 17, 2006

    Sgt. Ramon Lopez, from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, replaces a wheel on an Iraqi police vehicle at Forward Operating Base Warhorse.

  • Gen. John P. Abizaid

    Nov 17, 2006

  • Abizaid: Militias Must Be Dealt With On Security, Political Fronts

    Nov 17, 2006

    The only way to effectively deal with militias is to combine military efforts with serious political reconciliation, said Gen. John P. Abizaid, commander, U.S. Central Command, while testifying before the House Armed Services Committee Nov. 15. Aca,!A"I believe that those militia forces that are willing to come into the process can come into the process of demobilization and disarmament, provided that we show a will to do that on the Iraqi governmental side,Aca,!' he said. Aca,!A"I think it is absolutely essential that there only be one security institution in Iraq, ultimately, and that be the Iraqi army and police forces.Aca,!'

  • Spangler, Vasquez named 2006 Recruiters of the Year

    Nov 16, 2006

    Take two former infantrymen, both veterans of deployment, each with a bachelorAca,!a,,cs in criminal justice and demonstrated success as Soldiers. Put them on assignment in Recruiting Command and what might you come up with' Sgt. Derek Vasquez and Staff Sgt. Terry Spangler, the 2006 Army and Army Reserve Recruiters of the Year, respectively.

  • Soldiers find comfort in 'lucky charms'

    Nov 16, 2006

    Body armor, helmet, eyewear Aca,!" they all offer physical safety, but sometimes it takes digging a little deeper under the uniform to see what really makes Soldiers feel at ease. ItAca,!a,,cs in the depths of their pockets that you find SoldiersAca,!a,,c Aca,!A"lucky charms,Aca,!' items that make them smile, remind them of home and never leave their side.

  • Army officials address airfield noise concerns

    Nov 16, 2006

    Army officials and civilian community members came together Monday evening at the Davison Army Airfield Community Meeting to address the concerns of neighboring communities.

  • AAFES helps those wanting to make deployed Soldiers' holiday brighter

    Nov 16, 2006

    Nothing brightens the day of a Soldier, Sailor, Marine or Airman more than a care package filled with special items from home. Unfortunately, as the holidays approach and well-meaning Americans step up troop support efforts, many of the handwritten cards and homemade cookies take longer to reach their destinations.

  • Belvoir honors volunteer, vets with ceremony

    Nov 16, 2006

    The installationAca,!a,,cs command group and the members of the Garden Club of Fort Belvoir came together Saturday at the Blue Star Memorial Marker at Lieber Gate to honor the nationAca,!a,,cs veterans as well as one special individual.

  • 1st Cavalry Division Takes Multinational Division Baghdad Reins

    Nov 16, 2006

    The 1st Cavalry Division took the reins for Multinational Division Baghdad from the 4th Infantry Division during a transfer of authority ceremony Nov. 15, 2006

  • Water Survival Training

    Nov 16, 2006

    Water Survival Training at Camp Humphreys

  • Army bull rider takes 3rd at World Finals

    Nov 16, 2006

    When Mike Lee climbs onto the back of a 1,900 pound, ornery bull with a name like Aca,!A"Hit and Run,Aca,!' he espouses the Army Strong spirit of grit and courage.

  • Wounded Soldier founds Operation Army Santa

    Nov 16, 2006

    On Christmas Day 2004, Spc. David Downing was recovering in a hospital from wounds he sustained in a rocket-propelled grenade attack in Samarra, Iraq. This holiday season he will be working on "Operation Army Santa," a program he created to help well-wishers send Christmas gifts to Soldiers deployed with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division.

  • Kosovo Force Prepares for Political Status Resolution

    Nov 16, 2006

    Kosovo ForceAca,!a,,cs Multinational Task Force (East) and the Texas National GuardAca,!a,,cs 36th Infantry Division troops tallied an impressive list of missions in support of peacekeeping efforts in Kosovo. The Soldiers conducted about 15,700 patrols, flew 8,000 hours and participated in 37 brigade-level operations and 20 multinational operations.

  • Abizaid to Senate Committee: Peace in Iraq Possible

    Nov 16, 2006

  • Maj. Gen. James D. Thurman quote

    Nov 16, 2006

  • From Cold to Hot

    Nov 16, 2006

    Alaska National Guard Soldiers train in Alaska in late October. This month they deployed to a much warmer clime--Kuwait.

  • Taking the Lead

    Nov 16, 2006

    Lt. Col. John K. Tien, commander, 2nd Battalion, 37th Armored Regiment, greets Iraqi army Brig. Gen. Qais, commander, 2nd Brigade, 3rd Iraqi Army Division, in Tal Afar. The Iraqi division assumed responsibility for the area in October.

  • Mail early to meet postal deadlines

    Nov 16, 2006

    Military postal workers across the world are Aca,!A"making a list and checking it twiceAca,!' to ensure Soldiers serving far from home receive packages in time for the holidays.

  • Nemechek to pull triple duty for first time in career

    Nov 16, 2006

    For the first time in his racing career Joe Nemechek will compete in NASCAR's three professional divisions in the same weekend at the same track.

  • AMC organizations awarded for lean practices

    Nov 16, 2006

    Secretary of the Army Francis J. Harvey presented four Army Materiel Command organizations the 2006 Shingo Prize Public Sector Award for achievement in implementing lean systems in support of the Army business transformation process.

  • Tattoo Safety

    Nov 15, 2006

    Army Today package about tattoo safety.

  • Mother writes song for Soldier-son

    Nov 15, 2006

    When Angela Lashley first heard that her paratrooper son, Pvt. Jonathan Wisniewski, was being deployed to Iraq, she was devastated. But rather than be overwhelmed, she decided to channel the mixture of emotions she was feeling into a song.

  • Ministry in the combat zone

    Nov 15, 2006

    <i>The following is a commentary by Chaplain (Capt.) James Key, a Task Force Unit Ministry Trainer at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin. Calif.</i>

  • Operating Base Speicher Units Receive Combat Patch

    Nov 15, 2006

    Members of the 25th Infantry Division Headquarters at Contingency Operating Base Speicher, participated in a combat patch ceremony Nov. 11.

  • Iraqi Special Forces, Police Nab Cell Leaders, Members

    Nov 15, 2006

    Iraqi special forces soldiers and police nabbed a number of terror-cell leaders and members in raids in Baghdad over the last two days. In addition, coalition forces killed 11 insurgents in three related incidents in Ramadi. Elsewhere, Soldiers from the 4th Infantry Division detained three suspected terrorists in BaghdadAca,!a,,cs Doura neighborhood. The Soldiers responded to a rocket attack and observed two suspects fleeing from the scene. The suspects attempted to evade the patrol, but were unsuccessful.

  • Pace to Guard: Fewer, More Predictable Deployments Coming

    Nov 15, 2006

    Changes being made in the way the force is structured, trains and deploys ultimately will mean fewer deployments and more predictability for individual troops, Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told National Guard Soldiers, during a town hall meeting at Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo.

  • Border Patrol Chief David V. Aguilar quote

    Nov 15, 2006

  • Army announces temporary ACU boot policy

    Nov 15, 2006

    The Army announced yesterday that in certain geographic areas for the next six months the black Intermediate Cold Wet Boot will be authorized for wear with the Army Combat Uniform in lieu of the tan ICWB, which is currently in short supply.

  • SMA Preston 'gets underway' with Soldiers in Kuwait

    Nov 14, 2006

    Sergeant Major of the Army Kenneth O. Preston got an up-close look at one of the ArmyAca,!a,,cs six Logistics Support Vessels during a recent visit to Kuwait.

  • 1st Cav. Soldiers add armor to Bradley Fighting Vehicles

    Nov 14, 2006

    Sgt. 1st Class Patrick Stout (right) uses an impact drill to tighten the bolts on the reactive armor on the front of a M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle, while Staff Sgt. Charles Wilkerson, both of Co. B, 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, uses a screwdriver to hold the piece in place at the Directorate of Logistics yard at Camp Buehring, Kuwait Nov. 10. Reactive armor is placed on all Bradley Fighting Vehicles prior to heading into Iraq to give the Soldiers an added layer of protection from rocket-propelled grenades and mortar rounds.

  • Army uses technology to reach potential recruits

    Nov 14, 2006

    Recognizing the next generation of Soldiers is likely to communicate via text messaging or online message boards, the Army is launching new media tools to connect with prospective Soldiers.

  • Iraqi Mayor Writes New Chapter of Success

    Nov 14, 2006

    Tal Afar, Iraq, mayor puts his life at risk working to keep the city free from the grips of insurgents.

  • Fort Riley joins conservation partnership

    Nov 14, 2006

    An agreement to conserve and protect land near military bases was signed by the top environmental officials of the Department of Defense and U.S. Department of Agriculture Nov. 8 in a ceremony on Fort Riley, Kan.

  • Thurman: Our Disciplined Soldiers Perform Like Champions

    Nov 14, 2006

    Soldiers from the 4th Infantry Division and other units that are part of Multi-National Division Aca,!" Baghdad have accomplished much this past year: rebuilding Iraq, training Iraqi security forces and providing security.

  • Father's death inspires Soldier to teach lesson

    Nov 14, 2006

    Lt. Col. John C. Pastino lost his role model, hunting buddy and best friend when his 60-year-old father, Carmen N. Pastino, was killed by a drunk driver on Easter Sunday 2001. The great loss inspires him to educate others.

  • Daytona USA honors troops during Armed Forces Month

    Nov 14, 2006

    Servicemembers will receive free admission at Daytona USA throughout November to celebrate Armed Forces Month.

  • Discount tickets to Daytona SpeedWeeks available for troops

    Nov 14, 2006

    Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation's Information, Tickets and Reservation offices have military discounted ticket packages available for SpeedWeeks 2007 at Daytona International Speedway.

  • SMA Preston visits Soldiers in Kuwait

    Nov 13, 2006

    Sergeant Major of the Army Kenneth O. Preston spent more than an hour talking with Soldiers of 4th Brigade, 25th Infantry Division on the eve of their deployment from Kuwait into Iraq. The Soldiers said the surprise visit from the ArmyAca,!a,,cs top enlisted Soldier did more than provide motivation.

  • Army Leadership2006 Veterans Day Message to Soldiers

    Nov 13, 2006

    On November 11th we honor the men and women who have worn America's most noble cloth-the uniform of the Armed Services. On this Veterans Day, we reflect on the sacrifices of Soldiers, Marines, Sailors, Airmen, and Coast Guardsmen who have answered the Nation's Call to Duty. We renew our "solemn pride in the heroism" of those who died in service to this great Nation and pledge to never forget the full measure of their sacrifice.

  • Vietnam Veteran Honors New Generation of Heroes

    Nov 13, 2006

    Jerry Jodrey, a retired Army master sergeant and president of the Ohio Fallen Heroes organization, organized the building of a veterans' memorial.

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