Story by SSG Sierra A. Melendez on 04/24/2018
The unit was operationally aligned with the 3rd Infantry Division's headquarters in Bagram Airfield, located in northern Afghanistan. The deployment was in support of Operation Resolute Support.
Story by SSgt Benjamin Raughton on 04/24/2018
The tour brought comedian Jon Stewart, country music artist Craig Morgan, Ultimate Fighting Championship fighters Paige VanZant and Max Holloway, National Basketball Association Legend Richard "Rip" Hamilton and celebrity chef and talk show host Robert Irvine to the base to perform and express gratitude to U.S. military members and their families for their service and sacrifice in support of the joint force mission.
Story by Cpl Dallas Johnson on 04/23/2018
"The biggest reason why I joined the Marine Corps was because my dad was a Marine," said Kozik. "I was looking for something that would really challenge me, and this pointed in that direction from the time I was a kid to when I was in college. Family history and being around the lifestyle all the time made it even easier to join the Marines."
Story by MAJ Michelle Lunato on 04/21/2018
Traditionally, the Fort Knox Army Reserve commands (84th Training Command, Army Reserve Aviation Command, and Army Reserve Careers Division) hold their Best Warrior Competitions together. However, this year they coordinated with four other commands (108th Training Command [Initial Entry Training], 88th Readiness Division, 81st Readiness Division, and the Military Intelligence Readiness Command) to pool resources, be more efficient, and offer a better competition. "We made an even better improvement on training opportunities than we had in the past," said Command Sgt. Maj. JamesPeter Matthews, the command sergeant major for the Army Reserve Aviation Command.
Story by LT Matthew Evans on 04/20/2018
"I personally gained the most from my interaction with the Maritime Police Unit agents. They were highly professional and engaged in making this project a success," said officer in charge, Lt. Michael Roster, assigned to UCT 2.
Story by Clifford Davis on 04/20/2018
Officially known as "Industry Day," more than 50 civilian representatives took tours of the facility, and spoke with the Deputy Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers, Mr. Martin Ahmad, and other leadership to better understand how the public and private sector can work together.
Story by CPT John May on 04/20/2018
Each April, civilian and military communities observe Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. SAAPM provides an opportunity to shine a light on a continuing problem, highlight available resources, and develop and provide prevention initiatives.
The event focused on technology management processes, policy constraints and enablers and constraints with innovation amongst senior military and civilian leaders in industry, government, academia and the health care community.
Story by Michael Strasser on 04/20/2018
"Falcon's Peak was an exercise designed to challenge the aviation brigade using real-world distances and simulated threats that replicate the future of warfare, particularly as we see it in multi-domain battle" said Col. Clair A. Gill, 10th CAB commander.
by Mr. Alberto Dominguez, Mr. Willie Matthews and Mr. Joseph Casazza
In a complex world, sometimes old questions require new answers. With the changing nature of work and the mission requirement to boost the Army's agility, modernizing the voice architecture at Army installations supports the Soldiers' need to collaborate from anywhere, at any time and from any device.
Story by Steven Stover on 04/19/2018
According to the Leilehua High School CyberPatriot team that traveled here from Wahiawa, Hawaii, to compete in the CyberPatriot X National Finals competition at the Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor, April 15 to 18, the CyberPatriot program strengthens each participant by establishing a solid foundation for cyber defense eliminating the weakest link by strengthening each of the six participating team members.
Story by Sgt Melissa Martens on 04/19/2018
Innovative Readiness Training is a Department of Defense sponsored program that aims to produce mission-ready forces through military training opportunities that provide key services for underserved communities throughout the United States.
Story by Megan Garcia on 04/19/2018
This year's inaugural Best Mortar Competition, composed of nine four-Soldier teams from Army units from across the country, began April 14.