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  • Workers restore 1,000 vans and shelters

    Jan 24, 2007

    Tobyhanna employees have restored more than 1,000 electronics repair shelters and vans to like-new condition through the Army's Electronic Shop Van (ESV) Recapitalization Program.

  • Corps' Field Force Engineering tools inventoried, maintained at TAC

    Jan 24, 2007

    Since the mid 1990s, the Corps of Engineers' Forward Engineer Support Teams (FESTs) have deployed into theater as advance (FEST-A) and main (FEST-M) teams for Army operations as part of the Field Force Engineering (FFE) doctrine. In tow are their tools of the trade: a myriad of laptop computers, cameras, global positioning systems, satellite phones and local area network systems that allow teams to complete complex engineering, design and contracting duties in somewhat austere environments.

  • Engineer Shop has what it takes to get the job done

    Jan 24, 2007

    An engineer shop's tool box and work area are only as good as the Soldiers who put them to use on the job. Soldiers in the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Headquarters and Headquarters Company's Motor Pool Engineer Shop prove they are up to the task every day.

  • Secretary of the Army makes first visit to Fort Huachuca

    Jan 23, 2007

    The Secretary of the Army, the Honorable Francis Harvey visited Fort Huachuca Jan. 11 to meet with officials from the U.S. Army Intelligence Center, Network Enterprise Technology Command/9th Army Signal Command and the U.S. Army Garrison here. Harvey also told the Soldiers about advances being made to help protect the Soldiers traveling in Humvees. Modifications ranged from a new door design to a V-shaped plate on the bottom of the vehicle to divert incendiary explosive device blasts outward and away from the occupants.

  • Battling in Cyberspace

    Jan 22, 2007

    The battlefield is going virtual. Petty Officer Joe Ebalo tells us how Soldiers in Vicenza, Italy are using a video game for more than just recreational use.

  • Keeping Comms

    Jan 22, 2007

    Every Soldier plays an important role in the war on terror. SGT Jesse Granger is with one Soldier in Baghdad whose proving everyday that communication is the key to winning it.

  • Military Channel Broadcasting Servicemembers' Stories

    Jan 22, 2007

    The Military Channel is asking servicemembers across the armed forces to submit videotaped stories about their service in the global war on terrorism for broadcast on television, company officials said.

  • Mechanics Put Armor Between Troops, Enemies

    Jan 22, 2007

    For Soldiers traversing the streets of Baghdad, there is no such thing as too much protection. Whether it's safety in numbers, cover from enemy fire or even armor on their vehicles, Soldiers who routinely serve outside the wire have an insatiable appetite for life-saving commodities.

  • Flight Surgeon in Iraq Treats Injured Local Child

    Jan 19, 2007

    As a flight surgeon in a combat environment, though, his chances for working with anyone other than the troopers under his care seemed slim. That is, until a young boy named Ibrahim arrived at the front gate of Forward Operating Base Sykes, near Tal Afar, Iraq, seeking medical attention.

  • Army Engineers Work to Improve Iraq's Oil Export

    Jan 19, 2007

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is working on various projects to ramp up oil production for the new democratic country and help improve Iraq's economy.

  • Fort Jackson Training Prepares Soldiers for Today's War

    Jan 19, 2007

    Learning to clear a building of insurgents and enemy combatants is an essential skill all Soldiers must master to survive in today's War on Terror.

  • Medical experts meet, share ideas

    Jan 19, 2007

    Dozens of division and force surgeons, hospital commanders, other medical unit commanders and medics traveled from throughout theater to Camp Victory for the first Multi-National Corps-Iraq Surgeon's Conference of the year Jan. 7-9.

  • Crew chiefs keep Kiowas in air

    Jan 18, 2007

    Troops on the ground are much more comfortable carrying out their mission with the protection provided by helicopters in the air. Those helicopters would never launch, however, without the skilled hands of the "silent warriors" who keep them in the air.

  • Robust Support for Military Families On-Going

    Jan 18, 2007

    Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness Michael L. Dominguez stated at a meeting Thursday with military and community support organizations, "As additional forces deploy in support of the new strategies in Iraq, programs and policies at home will immediately respond to the needs of families. These families will need grassroots support as many are National Guard and Reserve and are distributed across many states rather than on or near military installations."

  • Iraqi Neighborhood Chosen for Renovation

    Jan 18, 2007

    The unit is proposing a $4 million renovation project that includes installing an underground sewage system with connections to each house in the area, drain culverts, sidewalks and paved roads.

  • Javelin Live Fire

    Jan 17, 2007

    When paratroopers from the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team need to knock out armored vehicles they rely on the Javelin.

  • Special Forces Soldiers receive combat training from renowned UFC fighter

    Jan 17, 2007

    On Pearl Harbor Day, BJ Penn, voted one of the best pound-for-pound fighters ever by Elite Fighter magazine, gave his own time and expertise to some Green Berets at Fort Lewis, Wa. simply because he wanted to contribute to the war on terror. At his own expense and with his younger brother Reagan, also a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt, in tow, BJ spent two days with the 1st Special Forces Group sharing his vast knowledge of submission grappling, twice.

  • Installation aims to meet Army recycling goals

    Jan 17, 2007

    Fort McCoy is looking at ways to increase and intensify its recycling efforts so the installation can strive to meet the Department of the Army goal of recycling 40 percent of its solid waste stream.

  • USJFCOM hosts first-responder focused modeling and simulation demonstration event

    Jan 17, 2007

    U.S. Joint Forces Command is showing how officials and first-responders can use modeling and simulation to prepare for the catastrophe of a simulated 10-kiloton nuclear explosion in Washington, D.C. in an event designed to share information on the capabilities of several different systems.

  • Volunteers Spark Warmth at Burn Center

    Jan 16, 2007

    Troops deployed to Afghanistan give there off time to help local burn victims.

  • DOD releases results of 2005 health-related behaviors survey

    Jan 16, 2007

    The Department of Defense announced results Jan. 12 of its "2005 Survey of Health Related Behaviors Among Active Duty Military Personnel." The findings show notable decreases in the use of cigarettes and illegal drugs since initiation of the surveys in 1980 and progress toward meeting selected Healthy People 2010 objectives.

  • Kentucky Guard Unit Checks Air Quality at Derailment Site

    Jan 16, 2007

    A special team of National Guardsmen is conducting an environmental survey at the site of a train derailment that occurred this morning in Brooks, Ky.

  • Soldier Adventure Van / SGT STAR

    Jan 16, 2007

    American Soldier Adventure Van hits the road; Ask SGT STAR, virtual Soldier on goarmy.com.

  • Dredge McFarland

    Jan 16, 2007

    USACE Dredge McFarland maintains East and Gulf Coast waterways for industrial and recreational transportation. Keeping the channels navigable is a major mission. Correspondent Mary Cochran has the story.

  • CRC Expands Safety Reach with New Publication

    Jan 16, 2007

    The knowledge center for all accidental loss is expanding its reach with the production of the U.S. Army's official safety magazine, "Knowledge."

  • Company shows why Baghdad needs a "Woman's Touch"

    Jan 16, 2007

    Most infantry Soldiers would be a little surprised to see a female Soldier riding with them in their Bradley fighting vehicle through the streets of Baghdad. But Soldiers of 2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment, attached to 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, regularly conduct search missions with female Soldiers.

  • Fisher House Foundation to Build Many More Homes

    Jan 16, 2007

    The Fisher House Foundation will expand its efforts to help injured U.S. troops and their families by building five new comfort homes per year until 2010, the foundation's chairman said last night on CNN's "Larry King Live."

  • Thousands benefiting from first primary healthcare clinic in Salah Al Den

    Jan 16, 2007

    More than 112,000 people in the Salah Al Den Province are receiving healthcare from the first completed PrimaryHealthcare Center in the north.

  • Safety Officer's Invention Saves Humvee-Trapped Soldiers

    Jan 16, 2007

    One of the top killers of Soldiers in Iraq isn't necessarily combat-related. Since operations began there in 2003, many Soldiers have died trying to escape Humvees that have rolled into Iraq's numerous irrigation canals.

  • Soldiers Use Air Assets to Capture Bomb Makers

    Jan 12, 2007

    Improvised explosive devices are a primary threat to soldiers in the Kirkuk Province. To combat the threat, soldiers in Hawija are augmenting their ground fight with air assets. Those assets are proving invaluable.

  • Patient Care System Aims to Reduce Medical Errors

    Jan 12, 2007

    The defense department has trained thousands of military health care providers to employ a quality management system that's designed to minimize human errors in hospital operating and delivery rooms, a senior defense official said yesterday.

  • Digital Battlefield / Elvis Receives Medal

    Jan 11, 2007

    Digital battlefield with Land Warrior and Mounted Warrior; Elvis receives medal.

  • Soldiers Practice Rolling Over

    Jan 11, 2007

    Soldiers from 2nd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division, trained dozens of Soldiers on Humvee rollover techniques Friday and Saturday in the parking lot near the 89th Military Police Brigade Headquarters. Humvee Egress Assistance Trainer, commonly known as HEAT, is designed to give Soldiers an idea of what it's like to be in a rollover.

  • NORTHCOM Agency Helps Civil Authorities Prepare For WMD Events

    Jan 11, 2007

    A joint U.S. military organization headquartered in Virginia regularly coordinates with state and local emergency preparedness agencies to prepare for potential new terrorist attacks on the homeland and other catastrophic events, the organization's commander said here yesterday.

  • Texas National Guard Team Responds to Bird Deaths

    Jan 11, 2007

    In a scene reminiscent of emergency measures seen in cities across the country after 9/11, downtown Austin, Texas, was temporarily blocked to people and traffic so authorities could investigate the unexplained deaths of more than 60 birds Jan. 8.

  • New Networks Monitor Power Distribution in Iraq

    Jan 10, 2007

    Restoring and improving the electrical supply in Iraq has been one of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' biggest and most costly challenges. Although access to power varies greatly and is at times unpredictable, the USACE has restored electricity to many homes, businesses and public facilities throughout the country.

  • Renovation Increases Packaging Laboratory's Unique Capabilities

    Jan 10, 2007

    The Packaging Applications Testing Facility, part of the U.S. Army Materiel Command's Logistics Support Activity, tests packaging, sealing, identification, storage and container systems for Department of Defense (DoD) and other federal agencies, such as the National Institutes of Health. In accordance with Title 10 US Code AS2539b, the lab and testing services are also available for testing requests from the private sector. Equipment ranges from small bench-top and walk-in environment simulation chambers, to a 4-ton overhead crane, and an altitude chamber that simulates atmospheric pressures up to 100,000 feet.

  • Cavalry Teaches Iraqis Advanced First Aid

    Jan 10, 2007

    Troops from 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, attached to the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, spent four days training Iraqi security forces in first aid, and provided them with some advanced medical techniques at Combat Outpost Nimur.

  • Prescribed Burns

    Jan 9, 2007

    DPW at Fort Riley plans and conducts a prescribed burn on open prairie land to prevent fires, promote re-vegetation and provide habitat for endangered plant and animal species. Jini Ryan reports.

  • Vigilant Shield 2007 Exercises Troops on the Homeland Defense Mission

    Jan 9, 2007

    US Army North recently participated in Vigilant Shield '07, an exercise designed to test the Department of Defense's ability to response to an attack on the homeland. The exercise emphasized the synchronized response of various DOD agencies to a variety of homeland defense scenarios, including cyber attacks, border security breaches, missile defense operations and a nuclear accident.

  • Army and Navy Work Hand-in-Hand Aboard IKE to Support Troops on the Ground

    Jan 9, 2007

    USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, At sea aEUR" Two Soldiers deployed to the Combined Air and Space Operations Center (CAOC) in Al Udeid, Qatar, have joined the crew aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) Dec. 31 as Ground Liaison Officers (GLOs).

  • Soldiers Spruce Up Observation Point

    Jan 9, 2007

    While some soldiers in Iraq are swimming for exercise and enjoying a large dining facility, others are in more primitive areas where portable toilets are a luxury and two long tables provide the only dining area. Soldiers in Company C, 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment have taken up residence at Observation Point Trotter and have starting giving the rundown facility a much-needed facelift.

  • MG David Ralston

    Jan 8, 2007

    Major General David Ralston, Commanding General U.S. Army Field Artillery School and Fort Sill, Oklahoma, talks with the TRADOC News Service about the future of field artillery in the U.S. Army. MG Ralston looks at some of the technological advancements and how they will help field artillery Soldiers play a more prominent role in the Global War on Terrorism.

  • Retired Kentucky Guard Soldier Helps Expand Freedom Calls Program for Families

    Jan 8, 2007

    On the third Saturday in December, the Cats and Cards squared off once again in the commonwealth's most heated state rivalry, and many deployed Soldiers and their families were watching TVs, but not for the reason you would think.

  • New Land Warrior And Mounted Warrior Systems Digitize The Battlefield

    Jan 8, 2007

    Program Executive Officer (PEO) Soldier BG Mark Brown believes that "networking the battlefield" by providing Infantry soldiers with high-tech tools to plug into the digital battle command network is a critical step toward increasing soldiers' lethality, while reducing the risk of death or injury, fratricide and surprise enemy attacks.

  • 277th Named Army's 'Top Aviation Battalion'

    Jan 8, 2007

    The 277th Aviation Support Battalion's Task Force Freedom was recognized by the U.S. Army Aviation Warfighting Center as the "Top Army Aviation Battalion" and "Top Battalion in the Combat Service Support" category.

  • PEO Soldier, Accessions Command unveil traveling exhibit

    Jan 7, 2007

    A new traveling exhibit designed to help connect the American public to the American Soldier was unveiled amid the pageantry of the Army's Fan Fiesta exhibition, culminating with the Army-sponsored "All-American" Bowl high school all-star football contest played last Saturday at the Alamodome.

  • PEO Soldier and Accessions Command partner to unveil new traveling exhibit

    Jan 6, 2007

    A new traveling exhibit designed to help connect the American public to the American Soldier was unveiled amid the pageantry of the Army's Fan Fiesta exhibition, culminating with the Army-sponsored "All-American" Bowl high school all-star football contest played last Saturday at the Alamodome.

  • Letterkenny Army Depot Repairs Generators in Germany

    Jan 5, 2007

    Letterkenny Army Depot is now repairing generators at the facility that will be the hub of all generator reset work in the European theater of operations.

  • Keeping in Touch with the Troops

    Jan 4, 2007

    Troops deployed in the war often rely on technology to stay in touch with loved ones; e-mail, instant messaging, and the occasional morale call home. But there's another way to communicate from Al Asad, Iraq. SSG David Baez reports.

  • Cleaning House

    Jan 3, 2007

    U.S. Army soldiers with 1st Platoon, Company A, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Infantry Regiment, prepare to enter a home and conduct searches in a compound during a two-day convoy that started on Dec. 11, 2006.

  • Al Noor Radio Station Opens Doors, Gives Chance For Free Speech

    Jan 3, 2007

    In a city where there is no means for releasing information to its people, coalition forces have developed a project to give the people a chance at free speech.

  • Physical therapy comes to front line

    Jan 3, 2007

    Day in and day out, troops patrol the streets and countryside of Iraq for hours at a time; many carrying up to 100 pounds of gear. Over time, this excessive wear on the troops may lead to back or other injuries later on in life.

  • FOLLOWING THE SHADOW

    Jan 2, 2007

    U.S. Army Spc. Larry Kirkman, from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, walks a Shadow unmanned aerial vehicle off the runway following a mission at Camp Taji, Iraq, Dec. 26, 2006.

  • Kicking Up Dust

    Jan 2, 2007

    U.S. Army Soldiers prepare to be extracted from the area by a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter after conducting an air assault mission in Kif, Iraq, Dec. 19, 2006. The Soldiers are with Bravo Company, 2nd Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Samuel Bendet.

  • Refueling Point Keeps Aircraft Running

    Jan 2, 2007

    Aircraft play a vital role in accomplishing missions in Iraq. They ferry troops and equipment, provide fire support for embattled Soldiers, and gather priceless intelligence on enemy activities. But without fuel to keep their rotor blades spinning, those birds would be little more than useless lumps of metal dotting the flightlines of military bases across Iraq.

  • Solar Wall

    Dec 27, 2006

    Fort Lewis sets up a solar wall to generate heat at a vehicle maintenance facility.

  • Engineers Improving Oil Export

    Dec 21, 2006

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working on various projects to ramp up oil production for the newly democratic country and help improve Iraq's economy.

  • USJFCOM Gets Approval to Connect U.S., Australian Networks

    Dec 21, 2006

    U.S. Joint Forces Command's recently received approval to connect the Joint Training and Experimentation Network and Australia's Defence Training and Experimentation Network , allowing the two countries to link simulation networks and efficiently train together across long distances. Chief Petty Officer Chris Hoffpauir has the story.

  • Lean Six Sigma improves Humvee repairs

    Dec 20, 2006

    A team from the 21st Theater Support Command is applying some focused fire to workplace inefficiency. And now they're seeing immediate results.

  • Soldiers Missing In Action From Vietnam War are Identified

    Dec 20, 2006

    The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that the remains of three U.S. servicemen, missing in action from the Vietnam War, have been identified and returned to their families for burial with full military honors.

  • Space Tracking and Surveillance System - Delivers Second Sensor

    Dec 20, 2006

    The Missile Defense Agency's (MDA) Space Tracking and Surveillance System (STSS) Program has delivered the second of two Block 2006 sensor payloads, marking another major milestone toward providing a space-based capability for the Ballistic Missile Defense System. The first sensor payload was delivered in March 2006.

  • TacSat-2 Launched Into Space With Flawless Liftoff

    Dec 20, 2006

    Successfully launched onboard a Minotaur I rocket, the TacSat-2 spacecraft has commenced operations on a planned six to 12-month experimental mission Dec. 16 from the NASA's Wallops Island Flight Facility near Wallops Island, Va.

  • 6th SOPS Delivers Critical Weather Data to Warfighters

    Dec 19, 2006

    The squadron's data transforms weather from a force of nature warfighters must endure into a force they can use to their advantage. "Every time we sit on console, we're directly supporting the warfighting user," said Lt. Col. Byron Hays the 6th SOPS commander.

  • Safeguarding Information Technology Vital to DoD

    Dec 18, 2006

    Safeguarding and protecting vital computer-accessed information is the job of everyone working at the Defense Department, a senior DoD official said.

  • SECURITY ASSISTANCE

    Dec 15, 2006

    U.S. Army soldiers from 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment, provide security for Iraqi army soldiers talking with Iraqi citizens during a mission in Adhamiyah, Iraq, Dec. 12, 2006. The purpose of the operation is to bring sectarian violence and insurgency activities down while increasing Iraqi security force capabilities.

  • USJFCOM's New Super Computer to Enhance Joint Experimentation, Training

    Dec 15, 2006

    The High Performance Computing Modernization Program recently assigned U.S. Joint Forces Command with a super computer to help joint operators enhance modeling and simulation experimentation and training efforts in support of the Long War. Robert Pursell has the story.

  • Excitement heating up over new extended-cold-weather gear

    Dec 15, 2006

    The new Generation III Extended Cold Weather Clothing System adopts the latest technology and adapts it for Soldiers operating in demanding arctic conditions.

  • Baghdad Counts on Local Improvements

    Dec 15, 2006

    Baghdad is facing some challenging times and for the situation to get better, most officials believe local residents need to see that their government is working and improvements are taking place.

  • Excitement Heating Up Over New Extended-Cold-Weather Gear

    Dec 14, 2006

    Members of the Alaska Army National Guard here are sizzling with excitement about their new cold weather gear that keeps them toasty warm even when temperatures dip to double digits below zero.

  • AKO launches video e-mail for deployed Soldiers, families

    Dec 14, 2006

    Deployed Soldiers can now communicate with loved ones via video e-mail through Army Knowledge Online, the Army's intranet portal.

  • Initial tests completed on Stryker NBCRV

    Dec 14, 2006

    Initial operating tests were completed on the Stryker Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle at Dugway Proving Grounds last month.

  • Along the Southwest Border

    Dec 13, 2006

    Lt. Gen. H Steven Blum, chief, National Guard Bureau, meets with citizen-soldiers and airmen and with Border Patrol agents at the U.S. border with Mexico near San Diego, Calif., on Nov. 27, 2006, during a visit to troops participating in Operation Jump Start. Up to 6,000 National Guard members are helping the Border Patrol secure the nation's southern border.

  • Web site celebrates National Guard birthday, history

    Dec 12, 2006

    The National Guard turns 370 years old, and the National Guard Bureau is celebrating with a Web site dedicated to the organization and its history.

  • New Evaluation Brigade to Test Emerging Warfighter Technologies

    Dec 12, 2006

    A new brigade here will test some of the most revolutionary concepts and systems being developed for future warfighters, report how they operate under field conditions, and ultimately speed their fielding to troops on the battlefield.

  • Lakota Unveiled / Strkyer Live Fire

    Dec 12, 2006

    UH72A Lakota helicopter unveiled; Stryker MGS Live Fire exercise.

  • New Pay, Personnel System on Horizon for Troops

    Dec 12, 2006

    A new system coming in 2008 to the Army and Air Force will integrate pay and personnel and make life easier for servicemembers everywhere, the general in charge of the system's deployment said.

  • Army unveils Light Utility Helicopter UH-72A Lakota

    Dec 11, 2006

    Gen. Richard A. Cody, Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, and Joe RedCloud, a chief with the Oglala Sioux Tribe, Lakota Nation, accepted the Army's first Lakota Light Utility Helicopter, UH-72A, in a ceremony December 11th.

  • Video email launches for deployed Soldiers, families

    Dec 11, 2006

    Soldiers and families can now communicate by video e-mail through the Army Knowledge Online intranet portal. On the first day, more than 3,500 video emails were transmitted. "Thank you, that's all I can say," e-mailed PV2 Brenden Teetsell of the 44th Signal Battalion on Dec. 6. "Thank you for allowing me to see my family. Your technology helps boost not only my morale, but thousands of Soldiers a day."

  • Flame Resistant Uniform Protects Soldiers

    Dec 8, 2006

    Forward deployed forces are now rapidly receiving protective, flame-resistant combat uniforms to protect against an ever-changing enemy. In continuous use since Army aviators and tankers were first outfitted over 25 years ago, NOMEX uniforms and uniform items are now being provided to a wide range of other Soldiers who may be exposed to fire and flame.

  • Spectrum Summit Focuses on Current, Future Warfighter Needs

    Dec 8, 2006

    The Annual Defense Spectrum Summit focused on the sweeping transformation under way to ensure that troops have access to the information and communications they need without having to worry about other systems degrading them.

  • Army demonstrates 'most significant change to satellite communications worldwide' in 30 ye

    Dec 8, 2006

    U.S. Army researchers and their industry partners accomplished with a one-centimeter chip made with hyper-cooled niobium what has always required racks of expensive satellite communications gear in a breakthrough demonstration Nov. 28 in Elmsford, N.Y.

  • Crews Test Latest Stryker Vehicle

    Dec 8, 2006

    Mobile Gun System crews from the 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry had the opportunity to put the latest variant of the Stryker to the test on Yakima's Range 10.

  • Army initiates electronic warfare capability

    Dec 7, 2006

    The Army is developing a new core competency for career Soldiers and officers interested in becoming electronic warfare specialists. "As the Army continues to face an increasingly sophisticated, learning and adaptive enemy, who will engage in asymmetric warfare characterized by irregular tactics, terror, and the use of the most deadly casualty-producing means available to them, we find ourselves needing to develop new ways to attack and defeat these adversaries," said Lt. Gen. James J. Lovelace Jr., Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations.

  • Iraq Takes Reigns / Water Treatment

    Dec 7, 2006

  • Future Combat Systems Packbot

    Dec 6, 2006

    Its optical sensor package in the raised position, a Packbot climbs a debris mound during the demonstration at Perryman Test Range.

  • 10,000th Army Aircrew Member Gets New-Generation Air Warrior Gear

    Dec 6, 2006

    On December 14th, an aircrew member from the 12th Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB) in Landstuhl, Germany, will become the 10,000th Soldier to receive a pre-deployment Air Warrior kit containing the best available Aviation Life Support Equipment. Next step for the 12th CAB is Iraq.

  • Improved supply, transportation processes to better serve troops

    Dec 6, 2006

    Transportation Command is working with the services and Defense Logistics Agency to smooth the flow of goods and supplies to warfighters.

  • A Soldier's Soldier Receives Specialized, Mission-Essential Equipment

    Dec 6, 2006

    When F Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, in Germany, deploys to Iraq next year, its Soldiers will be carrying the Army's most specialized, mission-essential Soldier equipment available.

  • Water treatment plant brings fresh water, job opportunities

    Dec 5, 2006

    Construction of a new multi-million dollar water treatment plant here means fresh water for more than 500,000 residents. It also means a variety of new jobs, ranging from laborers to skilled engineers.

  • Keen eye, soft touch needed to work with glass wires

    Dec 5, 2006

    Paul Baumes, an instructor in the technical development division here has trained to date more than 100 Army civilians how to build and repair fiber-optic cables capable of transmitting gigabytes of information in the form of light. One fiber-optic is made up of a strand of special glass as thin as a human hair and can transmit more data faster than copper wires.

  • Water Treatment Plant Brings Fresh Water, Job Opportunities

    Dec 5, 2006

    Construction of a new multi-million dollar water treatment plant here means fresh water for more than 500,000 residents. It also means a variety of new jobs, ranging from laborers to skilled engineers.

  • Liveblogging: Unified Endeavor 07-1

    Dec 4, 2006

    Earlier this week, U.S. Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM) began the latest iteration of the Unified Endeavor Mission Rehearsal Exercise series to prepare the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne Division for deployment to Afghanistan. USJFCOM's MCC(SW/AW) Chris Hoffpauir liveblogged all day Nov. 15 directly from Unified Endeavor 07-1 at Ft. Bragg, N.C.

  • eCybermission participants see latest technologies at Army Science Fair

    Dec 4, 2006

    The 25th Army Science Conference drew over 1,500 top scientists, industry leaders, and military and government officials to discuss the latest emerging technologies impacting the Army today Nov. 27 through 30.

  • C4 Program to Deliver Joint Training Set to Begin

    Dec 4, 2006

    U.S. Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM) will hold a command control, communications and computer (C4) planners course in January to provide knowledge and experience of joint systems in theater.

  • New medical simulation center adds reality to training

    Dec 4, 2006

    It's almost too realistic: the darkness, smoke, flashing lights, yelling, bodies strewn across the ground, blood - all used in a new Fort Drum facility designed to ready military medical professionals for combat emergencies.

  • New MREs

    Dec 4, 2006

  • ID scanning system to provide increased security at gates

    Nov 30, 2006

    Security guards on Fort Belvoir will be able to spot fake forms of identification and terrorist suspects with the swipe of a scanner at all access points in the near future.

  • Deployment video helps children cope

    Nov 30, 2006

    Children of deployed Soldiers now have a fuzzy, familiar friend to help them understand why their parent must leave them for a while.

  • Technology Transfers Benefit Warfighter, First Responders

    Nov 29, 2006

    The Defense Department's technology transfer program, which shares newly developed DoD technologies with civilian first responders, benefits both communities in cost effectiveness and mission accomplishment, the DoD official in charge of the program said here today.

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