Story by Craig Rader on 06/20/2018
The June 19-20 conference featured presentations from public and private-sector leaders and covered an array of topics ranging from performance based logistics to supply chain efficiencies and strategic objectives.
Story by Sgt Adwin Esters on 06/19/2018The day's activities started out with the Marines and Latvian service members introducing themselves to the children with whom they would be spending the day with and exchanging names to help everyone feel more comfortable with one another. The children and service members also performed a fun team-building trust-fall' exercise to improve the mutual understanding and confidence between the children and the adults.
Story by SPC Zoe Garbarino on 06/19/2018
Jones, first sergeant of B Troop, 6th Squadron, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, and a Trenton, New Jersey, native, joined the Army in 2001 to escape adversities in his area.
Story by SPC Emilie Sheridan on 06/19/2018A smile sat on the face of Army Pfc. Jacob Bolin, a geospatial engineer with the 16th Engineer Brigade, Headquarters and Headquarters Company at the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, as he shared his first experience at the Arnold Classic Sports Festival.
Story by PO1 Marie Montez on 06/18/2018
The 1996 graduate of CIEM Private School is a 17-year veteran of the armed forces. He is joined by 1,700 military and civilian personnel from 21 partner nations in the Bahamas and St. Kitts and Nevis from June 4-21.
Story by Keith Hayes on 06/14/2018
Three-dimensional printers create objects by depositing materials layer by layer in accordance to the object's 3D digital model. Printer processes vary, but the material is usually sprayed, squeezed or otherwise transferred from the printer onto a platform into almost any part or tool needed.
Story by James Lowe on 06/13/2018
These 498 miles of river have some of the richest viewing in our area. You will see a palette of colors. In the spring and summer, mostly shades of green. American Sycamore, Silver Maple, Box Elder and River Birch are some of the trees that line the banks. Sand bars offer an opportunity to picnic with caution as not to disturb wildlife particularly on those marked for endangered species.
Story by MAJ Michelle Lunato on 06/12/2018
When most people think of drill sergeants, they think of disciplined instructors, intimidating stares and squared-away, by-the-book Soldiers. While these rigid images may all be true, it is only one side of the iconic job in today's Army Reserve.
Story by SFC Miriam Espinoza on 06/12/2018The 593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command named the Non-commissioned Officer of the Year, 1st Sgt. of the Year, Junior Officer of the Year, Warrant Officer of the Year, and Soldier of the Year April 25.
Story by A1C Ronald FelicianoRivera on 06/12/2018The 823rd RHS department of resources flight is a four-Airman shop located on the 823rd RHS compound that manages the workstations and software of approximately 450 Airmen, maintain ready-to-go communication fly-away kits, and provide support for daily technical issues. For instance, new operating systems with improved security features and new workstations with new encryption hardware, promote confidentiality and integrity that keeps systems running without issue.
Story by SGT Katie Eggers on 06/12/2018
"The time to exchange business cards is not when the disaster occurs, but before the event," said Gary Wieczorek, Wisconsin Emergency Management Exercise & Training Supervisor. "Developing long-standing relationships and partnerships allows those agencies to better serve and protect our citizens when real events happen."