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Three women recycled again in Ranger School

Three women recycled again in Ranger School

Despite setbacks, three female Soldiers continue the challenge to make it through Army Ranger School. More

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Eight women in Ranger School recycled

The remaining eight women in the first gender-integrated class of the Army's Ranger School were recycled, May 8, along with 101 men, to retake the Darby Phase of the course. more

Cultural support team women serve with distinction

Three women, who served overseas on cultural support teams in battle alongside U.S. special operators, shared their experiences during a panel discussion at the Carnegie Endowment for International... more

95-year-old Tuskegee Air(wo)man receives Congressional Gold Medal

Sgt. Amelia Jones, a 95-year-old veteran of the famous Tuskegee Airmen, was recently presented the Congressional Gold Medal for her service during World War II. more

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Fort Carson event recognizes women's contributions

Fort Carson event recognizes women's contributions

The Fort Carson community recognized the contributions of women throughout history during a Women's History Month observance March 30, 2015, at the Elkhorn Conference Center. more

First sergeant inspired by green beret father to lead Soldiers

First sergeant inspired by green beret father to lead Soldiers

"Master your trade and never, never, never quit! Enough motivation, persistence and willpower will get you through everything," is the advice 1st Sgt. Sandrea Cruz gives to those seeking her mentorship. more

Wada discusses issues facing force on Fort Benning

Wada discusses issues facing force on Fort Benning

Debra Wada, assistant secretary of the Army (manpower and Reserve affairs), visited Fort Benning, March 25-26, where she discussed various manpower issues facing the Army. more