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Where Is The What?

by Mr. Steve Stark

When I came onboard as senior editor of Army AL&T magazine and a government employee in January 2016, I was surprised by just how different being a civil servant was from being an employee of private industry, even though I'd worked as a government contractor for almost 15 years. One of the biggest differences in the federal workplace is the lack of an employee intranet. For many companies, the employee intranet is very literally where everything is or is connected to. "There are a lot of resources," Craig Spisak, director of the Army Acquisition Support Center, told me. "You just have to find them." He could not have been more right. In fact, I wasn't aware of many of these resources until I started researching this.

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Navy Care' Virtual Health App Launches At Naval Hospital Jacksonville

Story by Rodney Foushee on 02/13/2018

Navy Medicine is conducting its world-wide pilot of Navy Care at Naval Hospital Jacksonville. Navy Care enables patients to have a virtual visit with a clinician, by using a smartphone, tablet, or computer. It's private, secure, and free.

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Soldiers From 541st Combat Support Sustainment Battalion Demonstrate Readiness During General's Visit

Story by SFC Victor Gardner on 02/13/2018

McBride said he was thoroughly impressed with the knowledge and processes that are in place. Long said she and her Soldiers were confident in their presentation because the group conducts their daily actions the way McBride was briefed.

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National Guard Launches Major Cyber Exercise

By working closely with interagency partners and the private sector, the National Guard seeks to strengthen network cybersecurity and the capability to support local responses to cyber incidents. Cyber Shield 17 is part of the National Guard's ongoing effort to improve Guard ability to respond to real-world cyber incidents. This is the sixth iteration of this training exercise.

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National Guard Launches Major Cyber Exercise

Story by 1LT Allegra Boutch on 02/13/2018

By working closely with interagency partners and the private sector, the National Guard seeks to strengthen network cybersecurity and the capability to support local responses to cyber incidents. Cyber Shield 17 is part of the National Guard's ongoing effort to improve Guard ability to respond to real-world cyber incidents. This is the sixth iteration of this training exercise.

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Smp Looking For A Few Good Ideas

Story by Keith Hayes on 02/12/2018

Albert (A. J.) Jacobs, SMP coordinator aboard MCLBB, talked to the crowd during the program's Annual Assessment Breakfast at the Active Duty Recreational Center, Jan. 31.

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First Army Soldier Earns Membership In Elite Army Club

Story by SGT Aaron Berogan on 02/12/2018

"I've always known about (the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club), hearing about it in my 18-and-a-half-year career, and it's something I always wanted to go through the process to achieve," said Sgt. 1st Class Terrance Porter, Assistant Inspector General at First Army Headquarters. "It was our former first sergeant, Joe Wertz, who challenged me to go after a place in the Audie Murphy Club."

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It's Not Always Ok

Story by SGT Rigo Cisneros on 02/12/2018

"This course is designed to give you tools for hope," said Brig. Gen. Dustin A. Shultz, commander of the 1st Mission Support Command.

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Leading With Troops In Mind

Story by Kari Hawkins on 02/12/2018

"I actually retired twice," Dugan said, with a chuckle. "After my retirement, Lieutenant General (James) Pillsbury called me back a few months later as the deputy of the Responsible Reset Task Force. I served for about 16 months from the task force headquarters at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, and traveled throughout places like Qatar and Bahrain as we withdrew equipment from Iraq, and provided equipment to Afghanistan."

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Investing In Army Laboratory Innovation

by Dr. Matt Willis

Army laboratories work diligently and collaboratively to deliver technology-enabled solutions for current conflicts and to develop technologies to prepare the Army for multiple futures by enhancing the force's ability to prevent, shape and win future conflicts. The Army labs are national assets, ensuring Army dominance in an asymmetric and complex warfighting future. The underpinnings of a robust Army laboratory network include strategic and focused workforce and infrastructure policies; collaborations with traditional and nontraditional defense partners; mechanisms for dynamic technology transfer to internal and external partners; and a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) ecosystem that promulgates a highly skilled, technically competent and diverse cadre of scientists and engineers at the Army laboratories. The assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics and technology (ASA(AL&T)) provides a strategic focus and policy framework to instill these organizations with the means and capabilities to develop critical Army technologies for the current and future force.

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