• Imagery Available: Coast Guard Reserve Unit Pacific Command welcomes new commanding officer
    Capt. Jason Lehto relieved Capt. Andrew Grenier as the Coast Guard Reserve Unit Pacific Command commanding officer during a change of command ceremony at Base Honolulu, Monday. Read more »
  • Diamond Saber sharpens FM Soldiers', Danish leadership skills
    This year, exercise Diamond Saber was used to sharpen Army financial management Soldiers from the regular and reserve components, as well as Soldiers from the Danish Home Guard, during an Army Reserve Company Leader Development Course at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, June 17-22. Read more »
  • "Spartan Brigade Steve Irwin"
    The 9th Brigade Engineer Battalion, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, has recruited their very own Steve Erwin. Standing 6-feet tall, weighing 189 pounds Spc. Matthew Williams seemingly can handle anything, even over 100 snakes slithering at his home. Read more »
  • Let the games begin
    The opening ceremony of the 2019 Department of Defense Warrior Games began with the traditional procession of service member athletes representing their countries. Read more »
  • Corps’ advanced manufacturing training transitions to MCSC
    For years, the Corps has taught innovative manufacturing techniques to Marines, equipping them with the competence to quickly fix equipment malfunctions on the battlefield. Next Generation Logistics, an innovation branch of the Deputy Commandant Installation and Logistics, ran the training for several years. In the first quarter of 2019, this responsibility transitioned to Marine Corps Systems Command. The changeover led to the creation of MCSC’s Advanced Manufacturing Operations Cell. Read more »
  • Two Florida schools faced a hurricane in preparation for Maryland submarine races
    Not even a hurricane could stop some Gulf Coast High School students from returning to the 2019 International Human-Powered Submarine Races (ISR) at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division in West Bethesda, Maryland. Read more »
  • Tour for the Troops at NAS Pensacola
    Hunter Hayes, along with Brandon Ratcliff and Jessie Ritter, performed a show June 21 onboard Naval Air Station Pensacola as part of the Air Force Reserve Tour for the Troops concert series organized by NAS Pensacola Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR). The concert was free and was open to the public. Read more »
  • Team Travis family hones resiliency through sports
    If there are obstacles ahead for members of the Kreider family at Travis AFB, California, they seem poised to avoid them. That's because three sons of Master Sgt. Jay Kreider, 60th Security Forces Squadron chief of standardization and evaluation, and his wife, Angela Kreider, have received national recognition for their athletic feats. Read more »
  • Books from Birth program offered for babies born at BACH
    FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. -- Babies born at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital can receive a new book, free, each month until age five from a non-profit child literacy program offered in Tennessee and parts of Kentucky designed to expose even the youngest children to reading. Read more »
  • A chance to think
    Naval Postgraduate School lecturer takes case studies on the road to offer the acquisition workforce a rare immersive opportunity. Defense acquisition is a complex, painstaking and constantly evolving enterprise, and that’s not going to change. That’s why Dr. Bob Mortlock, a professor of the practice at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), developed a one-day seminar that he’s offering to program executive offices to give defense acquisition workforce members “a chance to step back and take a day to think about the business we’re… Read more »

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