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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 SSG Paige Behringer on 04/08/2019
"Apparently this isn't real enough for you people yet," Sgt. 1st Class Kelly Simon told 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th MTN Soldiers during the brigade's Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month observance, April 3, 2019.
Story by Ellen Crown on 04/08/2019
That's because the vocabulary the BSO team member's use while supporting the development of technological solutions for the Army's most complex medical logistics requirements is originally based on the sport.
Story by Clifford Davis on 04/08/2019
The award, determined by government and private sector evaluators, is given to Navy and Marine Corps installations, ships and people for accomplishments in promoting environmental stewardship.
Story by PO2 Kelsey Adams on 04/05/2019
SANTA RITA, Guam Sailors assigned to Navy Cargo Handling Battalion (NCHB) 1, Detachment Guam, conducted a proof of concept lift on/lift off (LOLO) of a Mark VI patrol boat with Military Sealift Command (MSC) Maritime Prepositioning Force ship USNS 2nd LT John P. Bobo (T-AK 3008) in Apra Harbor, Guam, April 4.
Story by SMSgt Edward Snyder on 04/05/2019
Public, private and home-schooled students from around the state participated in this unique experience and were provided up-close opportunities to perform hands-on learning and view the inner workings of aircraft and advanced-technology systems in an unforgettable setting of the 169th Fighter Wing's aircraft hangar.
Story by PO1 Chris Williamson on 04/04/2019
ST. LOUIS -- Many people decide to enlist in the Navy for different reasons. Some join for the patriotism. Some join to develop a structured and disciplined life. And some join for the many benefits the Navy can provide. For Machinist's Mate 2nd Class Jerrod Ragsdale, joining was for a deeper and more personal reason.
Story by Brandon OConnor on 04/04/2019
"At the end of the day, if there are any questions about where the buck stops on housing, it is me," Marson said during a town hall in February. "I know I will be judged on my tenure here at West Point on how I fix your housing issues. It is pretty simple to me. I have to figure it out, and I have to get it fixed."
Story by Vince Little on 04/04/2019
The contractor, a minority-owned facilities management and infrastructure-support company out of Philadelphia, will provide services, materials, supplies, plant, labor, equipment, utilities and supervision along roughly 40 miles of canal waterways. The contract covers real-property facilities over a 3,100-acre area in Virginia and North Carolina.
Story by A1C Michael Murphy on 04/04/2019In October 2018, Gatwick Airport in London reached a milestone with more than four million passengers in a month. Just two months later, though, flights were cancelled for three straight days, stranding thousands of passengers prompting British military involvement.
Rules put in place after the 9/11 attacks establish "national defense airspace" over the airspace around Washington, D.C. and limit aircraft operations to those with an FAA and Transportation Security Administration authorization. Violators face stiff fines and criminal penalties.