Story by SFC Richard Stowell on 06/15/2017
Army Staff Sergeant Juan Cruz looks on as Belizean soldiers stucco the new building's western face.
East of the construction site stands Belize Rural High School, a single story structure with exterior corridors and brightly painted columns. Cruz knows it well. He was there when it went up, too, in 1995. He laughs as he thinks about how long it took him to realize it.
Story by SFC LaTonya Kelly on 06/14/2017
"The combined well-being pilot gains efficiencies in cost reduction and streamlining business processes. There are now more resources available to Strong Bonds Programs and Yellow Ribbon participants are able to physically see other programs in action which are important to their pre and post deployment life cycle," said Brig. Gen. Tracy Smith, deputy commander for Professional Services, 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support).
Story by SGT Zachary Mott on 06/13/2017
Caring for a Soldier, and their family, after they draw that final breath is a duty that often falls on the casualty notification officer and the casualty assistance officer. Training for those duties is provided by the 88th Regional Support Command's Casualty Operations section.
Story by LTC Jefferson Wolfe on 06/13/2017
KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany Something old is new again at the 361st Civil Affairs Brigade.
Col. Bradley A. Heston, a former 361st Civil Affairs Brigade operations officer, took command of the unit from Col. John T. Novak during a Sunday morning ceremony on Daenner Kaserne. He was in his previous position seven years ago when the brigade activated at its current location.
Story by LTC Jefferson Wolfe on 06/11/2017
DRAGUIGNAN, France The commanding general of the 7th Mission Support Command spoke at the Rhone American Cemetery about the contributions of the soldiers who took part in Operation Dragoon in World War II.