Story by Sabrina Dalton on 12/10/2018
These professionals all work together on the same team to engineer solutions, produce energy, reduce flood risks, support outdoor recreation, and protect commerce, energy, agriculture, natural resources, and critical infrastructure such as schools, airports and hospitals. One could venture to say that if there's a college degree that exists, then it probably exists under the USACE umbrella.
Story by SSG Jacob Kohrs on 12/10/2018
"The 17th Field Artillery Brigade participated in Warfighter 19-1 over the last 10 days," said the 17th FA Bde. operations sergeant major, Sgt. Maj. Sean O'Brien. "This exercise is built upon individual skills and allowed our sections to conduct one of the most realistic collective training events the Army has to offer."
Story by SSG Nicholas Farina on 12/10/2018JOINT BASE MYER HENDERSON-HALL, V.A. A group of 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) Soldiers and leaders came together here on Whipple field to watch the Presidential Salute Battery render a 50-Gun Salute; a final honor to close out the state funeral for former President George H.W. Bush. The post flag flew at half-staff in honor of his passing. A military police Soldier stood ready to lower it, signifying the end of the duty day.
Story by SPC Samantha Hall on 12/10/2018
The first ever Army Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence Symposium and Exposition was held November 28-29, 2018, at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan. Experts from both the military and the private sector came together to discuss the future of technology's role in warfare, from vehicles that can fire weapons to learning robots.
Story by Bryan Gatchell on 12/07/2018
The pilot program resulted in significantly fewer Soldiers leaving the class, at graduation less than 6 percent attrition compared to 10 to 12 percent for the 14-week Infantry OSUT.
Story by Eric Durr on 12/07/2018
The six men who serve at the New York National Guard Headquarters outside Albany and the 24th Civil Support Team at Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn are models for six of 63 life-sized Soldier figures that will bring exhibits in the museum to life.
Story by PO2 Jackie Hart on 12/07/2018
In Fort Pierce, Florida the World War II training grounds for underwater demolition teams (UDTs), or "frogmen," as they are commonly referred to the former SEAL turned a 1981 proposal into reality by opening the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum on Veterans Day, 1985.
Story by PO2 Jonathon Lockwood on 12/07/2018Marine Colonel John Glenn donned his space suit, preparing to launch into space with one mission: becoming the first American to go into orbit. He blasted off in in a ball of fire and a cloud of smoke, Feb. 20, 1962, aboard the Friendship 7 spacecraft, circled the Earth three times and landed in the history books.
Story by SSG Joseph Vonnida on 12/06/2018
CENTENNIAL, Colo. Colorado National Guard members from the 101st Army Band will perform a private concert for Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army partners attending a Junior Officer Development exchange, Dec. 7, at Buckley Air Force Base, Aurora, Colorado.
Story by Brittany Jones on 12/06/2018
As a military child claiming Killen, Texas as his home, Braxton Swanke admitted that even though the military way of life was all he knew, he had no intention of joining.