Story by Theresa R Fitzgerald on 05/10/2019
The Station Hospital at Camp McCoy, Wis., was closed May 20, 1947, in accordance with a recent letter from Fifth Army Headquarters. Effective May 15, 1947, all admissions to the Station Hospital other than acute emergencies were discontinued. A Station Dispensary continued to render medical attention to the personnel remaining on the post, and a limited number of beds were maintained for treatment of patients on a quarters status.
Story by SFC Heather Denby on 04/10/2019
Seven U.S. Army culinary arts specialists flew over 4,500 miles to be part of the contest.
The group, commonly referred to as Team Hawaii, is assigned to 25th Infantry Division and 8th Theater Sustainment Command, out of Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.
Story by Paul Boyce on 04/09/2019
Booker's mother and sister were presented with the Distinguished Service Cross, the nation's second highest award for valor, during a ceremony at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum in Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood -- near the University of Pittsburgh -- as Family, fellow Soldiers, city officials and veterans watched.
Story by Glenn Sircy on 09/19/2018
Navy COOL provides information about licenses and certifications applicable to all Navy occupations, offering resources and funding to help Sailors gain appropriate civilian desired, and in many cases, required credentials. COOL also provides other key resources such as Advancement Bibliographies (BIBs) and Learning and Development Roadmaps (LaDRs).