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  • Army Aviation Symposium

    Jan 25, 2008

    A look at current aviation plans and the newest technology during the Army Aviation Symposium as Army leaders talk about the way ahead. Crystal Park reports.

  • 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 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.

  • Battle manager counts on depot repair

    Jan 23, 2008

    An Air Force Air Battle Manager has seen first hand depot support of a key system in air and ground support coordination.

  • On the Job at Tobyhanna

    Jan 23, 2008

    Gerard Spitzer repairs a circuit card repair station.

  • 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.

  • Maneuver Space Logging

    Jan 23, 2008

    Fort Stewart's Public Works Department improves training areas for soldier through a program called maneuver space logging. James Williams reports.

  • Air Assault Expeditionary Force (AAEF)

    Jan 22, 2008

    Air Assault Expeditionary Force at Fort Benning, GA develops new battlefield technology. Ron Andruss reports.

  • 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.

  • SDDC's 841st loads, ships first large MRAP deployment via high seas

    Jan 18, 2008

    The first sealift shipment of Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles to the U.S. Central Command were received and loaded by the 841st Transportation Battalion at the Port of Charleston, S.C. in December 2007.

  • 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.

  • ARMY, NAVY, COAST GUARD TO SHARE BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION CAPABILITIES

    Jan 17, 2008

    This press release announces a data-sharing agreement between the Army, Navy and Coast Guard solidified by a recently-signed memorandum of agreement.

  • 100th Stryker repair completed at Qatar site

    Jan 15, 2008

    CAMP AS SAYLIYAH, Qatar-A ceremony marking the completion of the 100th Stryker Combat Vehicle was held Jan. 12 at the Stryker Battle Damage Repair Facility, Camp As Sayliyah, Qatar.

  • Tobyhanna offers expanded tactical operations training

    Jan 15, 2008

    TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT, Pa. Aca,!" Tobyhanna personnel have created a realistic training tool for TOC field service representatives. A Tactical Operations Center training facility in the form of a tent will be available this month for training field service representatives.

  • USACE Builds Iraq Clinic

    Jan 15, 2008

    USACE GRD hands over million dollar medical clinic near Baghdad.

  • Sensors May Lead to Faster Treatment for Traumatic Brain Injuries

    Jan 15, 2008

    While it still may be years away, military medical officials hope to one day place a sensor on every troop that would measure a blastAca,!a,,cs impact and alert a combat medic to the possibility of a brain injury.

  • 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.

  • Army Aviation Introduces Newer Fleets

    Jan 14, 2008

    Army Aviation is introducing newer fleets and improved unmanned aircraft to help Troops fight more efficiently.

  • 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.

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Show Battlefield to Soldiers

    Jan 10, 2008

    In the civilian world, sneaking a peak at an exam before taking it will earn someone a failing score. Sneaking a peak at the front lines before leaving the base for a mission, however, can save lives in a combat zone.

  • 101st Airborne Tech / 2008 NASCAR Season

    Jan 10, 2008

    101st Airborne Division Soldiers deploying to Afghanistan are getting helmet impact sensors; Mark Martin and the Army NASCAR team are preparing for 2008 season.

  • Year in Review - USACE

    Jan 10, 2008

    The 2007 USACE Year in Review to include Lt. Gen. Robert Van Antwerp taking command, constructions projects to improve quality of life, reconstruction projects in Iraq, ERDC blast protection technology progress in News Orleans, levee repair in California, and construction of Advanced Training Center at WARMC. Mary Cochran reports.

  • CHPPM Entomologists Wage War on our Smallest Enemies

    Jan 9, 2008

    From earliest times, lice, fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, flies and other pests have rendered countless military personnel unfit for battle due to the diseases they carry. The Entomological Sciences Program team at the U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine at Aberdeen Proving Ground has been in the front lines of the war against these tiny terrorists for many years.

  • Newport Chemical Depot reaches 75% VX destruction milestone

    Jan 9, 2008

    NEWPORT CHEMICAL DEPOT, Ind. --- Workers at the Newport Chemical Agent Disposal Facility have safely neutralized 75 percent of the VX stored at the Newport Chemical Depot. The depot reached the milestone January 8.

  • eConnection Goes Live

    Jan 9, 2008

    WIESBADEN, Germany Aca,!" Get ready to get connected with the new eConnection magazine, an online publication generated to keep people current on morale, welfare and recreation activities in Europe.

  • New Helmet Sensors to Measure Blast Impact

    Jan 8, 2008

    Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division preparing to deploy to Afghanistan are being issued sensors that attach to their helmets to measure the impact from blasts, roadside bombs and other activities.

  • Lt. Gen. Van Antwerp on Afghan Construction Projects

    Jan 8, 2008

    Lt. Gen. Robert L. Van Antwerp Jr. says Afghan workers play vital role in Corps of Engineer construction projects throughout the country.

  • SDDC partners with, provides IRRIS technology to FEMA

    Jan 7, 2008

    The Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command recently announced it has entered into an agreement with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to use the Intelligent Road/Rail Information Server to support effective decision making during emergency response and recovery situations.

  • Logistics modernization transforms business practices

    Jan 7, 2008

    TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT, Pa. - Tobyhanna is in the final stages of integrating the Army's Logistics Modernization Program, which has introduced business processes that are consistent with current industry standards.

  • Year in Review - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

    Jan 7, 2008

    Year in review of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

  • Crew chiefs keep MND-B Apaches in the fight

    Jan 7, 2008

    CAMP TAJI, Iraq (Jan 07, 2008) Aca,!"AH-64D Apache Longbow crew chiefs are proud of their aircraft. TheyAca,!a,,cre quick to tell you itAca,!a,,cs one of the most advanced pieces of equipment in the ArmyAca,!a,,cs arsenal. They boast that the 58 foot-long war-fighting machine travels up to 227 miles per hour and is armed with as many as 16 Hellfire rockets, up to 75 (2.75 inch) aerial rockets; and can carry 1,200 rounds for its 30 millimeter machine gun.

  • 10,000th VX Rocket Eliminated at PBCDF

    Jan 4, 2008

    PINE BLUFF ARSENAL, Ark. -- The Pine Bluff Chemical Agent Disposal Facility eliminated the 10,000th VX nerve-agent filled rocket Jan. 3.

  • Edgewood Chemical Biological Center

    Jan 3, 2008

    The Army Materiel Command showcases Edgewood Chemical Biological Center's work on an advanced concept technology demonstration for chemical and radiological detection.

  • DIMHRS Project Training

    Jan 3, 2008

    DIMHRS Project Director talks about training Soldiers on how to use the new program.

  • Year In Review - Alternate Therapy

    Jan 3, 2008

    Army doctors use alternate therapy to help wounded Soldiers get back on their feet. Jini Ryan reports.

  • Innovative science helps tankers work 'smarter not harder'

    Jan 1, 2008

    Construction was completed Nov. 20 on an Operational Preservation System for the tanks and Bradleys of the 2nd Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, the system is the first system of its kind on the peninsula and the second one for the regular Army.

  • Servicemembers learn 'synergistic fight'

    Jan 1, 2008

    Sixty-two Soldiers and Airmen learned the meaning of a synergistic fight during the Joint Firepower Course taught at Camp Hovey Dec. 3-8. Six instructors from the 57th Fighter Wing's Air Ground Operations School taught an intensive six-day version of the course, which is normally filled with students from the Marines, Air Force, Navy, and Coalition forces and taught at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev.

  • 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.

  • Another Bird Keeps Soldiers on Ground Safe

    Dec 28, 2007

    When people think of aircraft in Iraq, many imagine fighter jets and helicopters, but many donAca,!a,,ct know about a smaller and equally important aircraft in use today. Shadow 200 RQ-7B unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs are flown over the skies of the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division area of operations to provide safety for Soldiers on the ground.

  • SDDC's 841st loads, ships first large MRAP deployment via high seas

    Dec 27, 2007

  • Deploying Soldiers Take Test to Help ID Traumatic Brain Injuries

    Dec 21, 2007

    The Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metric (ANAM), administered before, during and after deployments, helps identify Soldiers suffering from traumatic brain injury. More than 12,000 Soldiers at Fort Campbell, Ky., recently completed the computer program that measures reaction times to simple math equations, pattern identification and matching exercises.

  • Unit Must Deal with Deadly Germs

    Dec 20, 2007

    Although they may not be carrying a rifle in combat, Soldiers of the Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases' Aeromedical Isolation Team serve a vital role in protecting the nation and world.

  • Nanotech: Big Potential in Little Particles

    Dec 20, 2007

    Researchers in the new field of medical nanotechnology are already rushing to build these new weapons in the war against disease.

  • 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.

  • Sling Bag offers convenience, portability

    Dec 20, 2007

    Finding a way for Soldiers to accomplish their missions more easily is what lies behind the design of many products created by the Individual Equipment Lab at the U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center here.

  • First DoD organization to win Baldrige Award

    Dec 20, 2007

    ARDEC, located at Picatinny Arsenal, a 6,500-acre military installation located in the northwest corner of New Jersey, is the first Department of Defense organization to win the Baldrige Award, known globally for setting the standard in performance excellence. The award is managed by the Commerce DepartmentAca,!a,,cs National Institute of Standards and Technology in collaboration with the private sector.

  • 'Gunfighters' Keep Apache Helicopters Flying in Iraq

    Dec 20, 2007

    In todayAca,!a,,cs world of technologically advanced aviation, Army pilots alone cannot keep AH-64D Apache Longbow helicopters operational without ground crews.

  • USACE French Quarter

    Dec 19, 2007

    USACE begins history making flood protection project in New Orleans. Mary Cochran reports.

  • 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.

  • Where aircraft meet sea craft

    Dec 18, 2007

  • 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.

  • Double Dip

    Dec 17, 2007

    Tobyhanna employee uses an overhead crane to dunk 16 sandblasted rims in zinc phosphate.

  • ON THE JOB AT TOBYHANNA

    Dec 17, 2007

    Jeffrey Pruzinsky (left) and Thomas Kelly, repair the rubber roof on the administration building.

  • Depot cleans house-saves money, frees storage space

    Dec 17, 2007

    The depot work force cleared more than 60,000 square-feet of storage space during a month-long event that focused on collecting and disposing of excess material.

  • Employees create computer programs with far-reaching impact

    Dec 17, 2007

    Four military installations have requested copies of three computer applications created by depot employees.

  • Around the Depot-Excellence in Electronics

    Dec 17, 2007

    Vince Sabatini lays out material for a tarp.

  • Around the Depot-Excellence in Electronics

    Dec 17, 2007

    Gerard Mirro works on a counter top in an electronics shop van.

  • Video system helps employee see things clearly

    Dec 17, 2007

    An employeeAca,!a,,cs visual impairment doesnAca,!a,,ct prevent her from enjoying life. Linda Kresge, a liquid dispensing equipment operator in the Component Paint Branch, has lived with poor eyesight her entire life.

  • Ft. Jackson Timber Sales

    Dec 10, 2007

    Fort Jackson profits about $400,000 a year from its timber sales.

  • Contaminated Timber

    Dec 7, 2007

    Fort Jackson foresters search for trees with bullets inside them. James Williams has the story.

  • 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.

  • Information Assurance Team Keeps U.S. Army Europe Computer Systems Safe and Up-to-Date

    Dec 6, 2007

    SCHWEINFURT, Germany (Dec. 5, 2007)-- Over the past several years the U.S. Army has invested billions of dollars in computer software, hardware and equipment to keep up with the worldAca,!a,,cs ever-changing technology. With the military's growing need for internet access comes an equal need to keep military networks, servers and systems safe from viruses, hackers and other underlying dangers that could hinder the safety and well-being of U.S. Soldiers and civilian employees.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Gator Survey

    Dec 4, 2007

    Fort Benning officials monitor alligators population along section of Chattahoochee River to ensure it remains stable. James Williams reports.

  • New FRA sets up shop at Fort Carson

    Dec 3, 2007

    A team of Tobyhanna Army Depot technicians is supporting the warfighter from a new location in the Rocky Mountains.

  • USACE Fallujah Sewage

    Dec 3, 2007

    USACE overseas construction of Fallujah's first sewage treatment plant. No more sewage in the streets, always a good thing.

  • 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.

  • U.S. Army Element Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives formally activated

    Nov 30, 2007

    The U.S. Army Element Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives was officially activated in a Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., ceremony Nov. 28.

  • Contaminated Water in New Jersey

    Nov 30, 2007

    USACE helps clean up contaminated ground water in New Jersey.

  • Force Protection

    Nov 30, 2007

    USACE Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) technology protects soldiers and assets on the front lines. The technology is also used for homeland security. Mary Cochran reports.

  • Soldiers Train While Supporting Simulation Conference

    Nov 29, 2007

    Army Reserve Soldiers gained experience on simulators this week as several commands showcased their technoligies at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference in the Orlando Convention Center..

  • U.S. Army bids farewell to modern chemical weapons capability; NSCMP completes final step in destroy

    Nov 29, 2007

    On Nov. 27, 2007, the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency officially bid Aca,!A"bye-byeAca,!A? to binary chemical weapons, after completing the final step in destroying the binary precursor chemicals known as DF and QL. The chemicals were neutralized last year at Pine Bluff Arsenal, Ark., and shipped to a facility in Texas for final treatment and disposal using wet air oxidation technology. The milestone was safely achieved one month ahead of schedule.

  • Unit Receives Task Force Marne's First MRAPs

    Nov 28, 2007

    Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, recently became the first in Task Force Marne to receive the ArmyAca,!a,,cs new mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicles, known as MRAPs.

  • Combat Support Hospital

    Nov 28, 2007

    Medical personnel saving lives at the Baghdad Combat Support Hospital. Air Force Staff Sgt. Nicholas Kurtz has the story.

  • Electric Power and Roadways in Iraq

    Nov 27, 2007

    USACE provides 13 hours of power per day to Iraqis; USACE improves roadways in Iraq.

  • RDECOM showcases technologies at I/ITSEC 2007

    Nov 27, 2007

    The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command is showcasing its various technologies at the 2007 the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference in Orlando, Fla., this week, Nov. 27 to 29. Attending RDECOM Elements include the Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center, the Simulation and Training Technology Center, and the Tank-Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center.

  • NASA Building Test Pad at White Sands for New Spacecraft

    Nov 26, 2007

    NASA took a step toward sending a new generation of explorers to the moon with the groundbreaking for a new test launch pad at White Sands Missile Range Nov. 14.

  • Combat Firefighters Train to Battle Blazes

    Nov 26, 2007

    When the Bravo Company Aca,!EoeMad BullsAca,!a,,c of the 526th Brigade Support Battalion arrived in theater, the recovery-section and gun-truck platoon gained a new piece of equipment, a combat fire truck, and a firefighting mission to go with it.

  • Army Fields HIMARS to Fourth Battalion

    Nov 26, 2007

    The High Mobility Artillery Rocket System is now being fielded to the 5th Battalion, 3rd Field Artillery at Fort Lewis' Yakima Training Center -- the fourth unit Armywide to receive the rocket system mounted on a five-ton truck chasis.

  • Soldiers volunteer at the "Miracle Kitchen" in Framingham

    Nov 23, 2007

    Nineteen Soldiers from the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center and the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine recently volunteered their time and talent at the Salvation Army Miracle Kitchen in Framingham, Mass.

  • AMRDEC teams with local universities under Educational Partnership Agreements

    Nov 23, 2007

    Athens State University located in Alabama, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville recently signed agreements with the AMRDEC that will lead to the marketing of AMRDEC intellectual property while providing the universities with case studies to be used in their business and technology marketing programs. Both agreements are for five years.

  • Proud and humbling day for NSRDEC new leader

    Nov 23, 2007

    Dr. Marilyn M. Freeman was promoted to the ranks of the Senior Executive Service and assumed responsibility as Director for the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center during a recent ceremony in Hunter Auditorium.

  • New PT uniform jackets make light shine

    Nov 23, 2007

    Latest PT uniform jackets, with enhanced reflective material. Prototype jackets for the Improved Physical Fitness Uniform with new reflective technologies will be evaluated at Fort Hood and Fort Bliss, Texas and Fort Lewis, Wash., between November 2007 and March 2008.

  • New Research Facility Opens at WSMR

    Nov 23, 2007

    The U.S. Army Research Laboratory opened a new Electromagnetic Vulnerability Assessment Facility at White Sands Missile Range Oct. 24, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by Maj. Gen. Fred D. Robinson Jr., commander, U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, and ARL Director John Miller.

  • ARDEC S&Es awarded top Army research and development prize

    Nov 23, 2007

    Eighteen U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center scientists and engineers recently were presented the 2007 Army research and development achievement award during brief ceremonies held at Picatinny Arsenal, N.J. and Watervliet Arsenal, N.Y. The award is presented annually to a select group of individuals whose outstanding achievements have significantly advanced Army capabilities and contributed to the national defense.

  • ARDEC selected as first DoD Baldrige Award Winner

    Nov 23, 2007

    The U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center became the first Department of Defense organization in history selected to receive the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. President George W. Bush and Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez announced ARDECAca,!a,,cs selection Nov. 20, in a joint news release.

  • Celebrating 55 years of federal service

    Nov 23, 2007

    Robert Reams Jr., a photographic technologist at the U.S. Army Research Lab, was commended and thanked by U.S. Army Materiel CommandAca,!a,,cs Commanding General, Gen. Benjamin S. Griffin, for 55 years of federal service.

  • Mine Detection System

    Nov 21, 2007

    The Army Materiel Command highlights how the AN PSS 14 mine detection system is helping Soldiers find mines much easier on the battlefield.

  • Power Sources for Soldiers

    Nov 21, 2007

    The Army Materiel Command highlights improvements to power sources for Soldiers.

  • Army boss calls Natick Soldier Center "a national treasure"

    Nov 20, 2007

    This is a summary of Gen Casey's visit to the Soldier Systems Center at Natick, MA

  • CSM Marin honors Veterans at VFW

    Nov 19, 2007

    CSM Marin, command sergeant major of the U.S. Army Research Development and Engineering Command, celebrated VeteranAca,!a,,cs Day with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5337 in Abingdon, Md., at a POW/MIA re-dedication ceremony Nov. 12.

  • Spouse Program / Ft. Belvoir Hospital

    Nov 19, 2007

    New program to help spouses; Ground-breaking ceremony for new hospital on Fort Belvoir, Va.

  • ECBC named Laboratory of the Year

    Nov 16, 2007

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - The Edgewood Chemical Biological Center was recently named the ArmyAca,!a,,cs Laboratory of the Year for 2007 for significant advances made in biological standoff detection. Aca,!A"The enormous technical ability of ECBCAca,!a,,cs scientists, engineers and other specialists was the most significant factor in ECBC winning this award this year,Aca,!A? said Dr. Joe Corriveau, ECBC acting director for Research and Technology.

  • New Black Hawk Unveils Latest Helo Technology

    Nov 16, 2007

    The ArmyAca,!a,,cs latest version of the Black Hawk helicopter, the UH-60M, paid a call on the Pentagon Wednesday to show off its various upgraded technical capabilities. While this was the Aca,!A"MAca,!A? modelAca,!a,,cs maiden flight into the Washington area, the newest version was introduced to the Army in late October when a single bird flew from the Sikorsky factory in Connecticut directly to Fort Campbell, Ky., for a preview to the 30 Black Hawks which begin delivery to the 159th Combat Aviation Brigade, 101st Airborne Division next month.

  • HMMWV jack plate program ahead of schedule at Anniston depot

    Nov 15, 2007

    Anniston Army Depot is on its second jack plate program for the U.S. Army, this time producing quantities above the monthly schedule, and supervisors here say this work is supplementary to the depotAca,!a,,cs significantly increasing workload for the maintenance and overhaul of combat vehicles coming back from the war.

  • UH-60 Unveiled / Exercise Bright Star

    Nov 15, 2007

    Army Aviation unveils the UH-60 M at the Pentagon; Exercise Bright Star drops international troops in Egypt.

  • Camp Humphreys Groundbreaking

    Nov 15, 2007

    Camp Humphreys groundbreaking ceremony signifies US troops starting to move South from to establish new USFK headquarters in Korea. A1C Jamie Cicora reports.

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