Story by CPL Michael Smith on 02/28/2018"This theme commemorates the centennial of the end of the First World War, it and provides us the opportunity to focus on and highlight the contributions of African American soldiers, past and present, who have served and continue to serve in our great nation's army," said Sgt. 1st Class Melissa Smith, equal opportunity advisor, 1CDSB.
Story by SGT Aaron Berogan on 02/26/2018
"Without having Black History Month, we may not have the opportunity to learn our own history," explained Talley. "Our nation's past is what binds us together."
Story by 1LT Joseph Wyatt on 02/21/2018
Moving forward, the sound of the generators becomes more prevalent, the outline of camouflage screening systems slowly become visible, and the smell of fresh breakfast sausage fills the air. This is the Philip A. Connelly Competition.
Story by PO2 Anna Van Nuys on 08/25/2017
Several of those volunteers were Sailors from the aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73), ready to dedicate their morning helping the shelter in any way they could. What was needed from these Sailors Aug. 1 were their careful hands in tending to the outside of the building, creating an even more welcoming environment than what was already there.
Story by MAJ Alexandra Weiskopf on 07/17/2017
According to the detachment, the 1st SFG Soldiers initially conducted train-the-trainer with the cadet platoon and company leadership during the Leader Training Period of Cadet Field Training. Following the arrival of the rising sophomore class, the cadets formed into seven companies consisting of roughly 200 cadets each. Over the next two weeks, each cadet company filtered through the detachment's introduction to patrolling lane. The training largely focused on patrolling, small-unit tactics, and introduction to basic branches.
Story by PO2 Taylor Jackson on 11/16/2016
The waiver now allows E-6 Sailors and senior enlisted who have completed 19 years of service and will end their careers at the 20-year mark to use Navy COOL's services, including possible funding, to earn civilian credentials. These Sailors must be able to complete the requirements no less than 60 calendar days prior to their separation.