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Story by LCpl Karina Lopezmata on 03/13/2019Military life can be filled with unique challenges that are unequaled through the eyes of a child. As the families move from one duty station to another, children often attend a number of different schools. The average child in a military family will move six to nine times during their school career and every time they move they could lose academic progress.
Story by SPC Tori Miller on 03/12/2019
Bailey faced many challenges prior to joining the Guard. She was a rowdy teenager and didn't have the easiest childhood. Bailey's mother had six children. Her family had been homeless and moved around every year until she entered high school. Her mother fought to get Bailey and her siblings in to a stable home to give them a better life.
Story by Eric Pilgrim on 03/12/2019
Despite the new law, Fort Knox Directorate of Emergency Services officials are reminding members of Fort Knox and the surrounding communities that Army regulations regarding privately-owned weapons on post remain in effect. Jamie Desrochers, DES physical security officer, said the state law does not apply at the post.
Story by SSgt Anthony Agosti on 03/11/2019
Black, who gave a large group talk about women in leadership for Women's History Month, also had a private meeting with select female Airmen leaders during her visit.
Story by Eric Durr on 03/11/2019
Former members of the 69th Infantry, which began as an Irish-American militia regiment, marked the graves of Civil War Soldiers who served in the Irish Brigade and the Irish Legion at St. Agnes Catholic Cemetery and Albany Rural Cemetery with American and Irish flags.
Story by Ellen Crown on 03/11/2019
Many medical logisticians tell you that it takes years or decades, if not a whole career of continual education.
Story by Mary Davis on 03/11/2019
"It's What We Do" is this year's AER theme, which speaks to its selfless mission of helping Soldiers and their families, said Kristin James, U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz AER coordinator and Army Community Service Financial Readiness Program manager.
Story by SrA Rito Smith on 03/09/2019
But his public service reaches beyond his elected position; Master Sgt. Robert Christman also serves in the Air National Guard. A traditional guardsman with the 174th Attack Wing out of Syracuse, New York, Christman is currently deployed to Bagram as a command post controller in the 455th Air Expeditionary Wing.
Story by SGT Liane Hatch on 03/09/2019
But if you ask 1st Lt. Ebony Penton, platoon leader in Battle Co, 1st Battalion, 66th Armor Regiment, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, she'll start talking about her Soldiers. How to develop them. How to train them. How to make sure they're taken care of. How to help them succeed in the Army and beyond.