• Coalition Partnerships Compete for Best Medic Title
    ERBIL, Iraq – U.S. Army MEDEVAC personnel assigned to the 1st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, and Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment, both of which are currently assigned to the 35th Combat Aviation Brigade, Missouri Army National Guard, worked together to develop and coordinate the first ever full-scale Best Medic Competition, which was recently held here in Northern Iraq, April 6, 2019.... Read more »
  • Media Advisory: Sgt. 1st Class Angel Alverio
    The Commander of 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Col. Patrick T. Colloton, released the following statement expressing his condolences with Service Members and Families of 7th SFG(A),... Read more »
  • Sabers participate in INIOHOS 19
    Airmen, aircraft and support equipment from the 480th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron began flight operations in Greece for INIOHOS 19 on April 1, 2019. They joined air forces from Greece, Italy, Israel and NATO AWACS taking part in the Hellenic air force-led multinational flying exercise.... Read more »
  • Base Readiness exercise ends
    The 52nd Fighter Wing hosted a week-long readiness exercise here April 14-19, testing the base population’s response to a variety of potential scenarios.... Read more »
  • US Air Force C-130s deploy to Spangdahlem for simulated austere airfield operations exercise
    US Air Force C-130s deploy to Spangdahlem for simulated austere airfield operations exercise... Read more »
  • Retired Army sergeant set to walk more than 3,000 miles across the nation for suicide awareness
    22 miles today, 22 miles tomorrow, 22 miles for 22 weeks. Retired Sgt. 1st Class Jimmy Novak is walking across the continental United States to raise awareness of the nation’s 22 veterans we lose, on average, to suicide each day. On March 22, Novak set off from Dupont, Washington with a hiking bag on his back and a cart carrying his tent and other necessities to survive. He plans to end his journey in Florida on August 22, 2019.... Read more »
  • Building a squad of infantrymen
    A squad leader watches his new infantryman show up to his first unit and greets him. The young infantryman is told what will be expected of him and given detailed material on what he will have to know as an infantryman in the 1st Armored Division. Fast forward a month: during his brigade’s major training exercise, that Soldier is kicking in doors alongside his teammates - clearing rooms and operating synchronously with his new family.... Read more »
  • Suicide Prevention Can Happen Anywhere
    Standing in the middle of the woods, Spc. Ashley Wesley, 1st Battalion, 108th Regiment, 1st Engineer Brigade, 102nd Training Division, successfully prevented a Soldier from committing suicide during the Combined Best Warrior Competition in Fort Knox, Kentucky, April 7-12.... Read more »
  • Soldiers celebrate the Army Reserve’s 111th birthday in American Samoa
    PAGO PAGO, American Samoa– Soldiers from American Samoa know a thing or two about pride, and on the U.S. Army Reserve’s 111th birthday, that pride was on full display during a cake cutting ceremony at the Pele U.S. Army Reserve Center, American Samoa, April 23, 2019.... Read more »
  • Wrestling for success: Tyndall Airman coaches local wrestling team
    By 4 p.m. Staff Sgt. Jacob Jones walks across the Crawford Moseley High School auditorium. During the day he dons the sage green Airman Battle Uniform that brought him to the Florida Panhandle – by night he's in athletic attire. His outfit, save for a whistle, is stereotypical of a high school wrestling coach.... Read more »

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