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Leaders seek feedback on how to improve inclusion in the Army Open in a New Window

Senior leaders continue to prioritize efforts to advance diversity, equality, and inclusion across the ranks, including a series of listening sessions.

 

Army to build on results from first Project Convergence exerciseOpen in a New Window

Related links: Project Convergence aims to accelerate change in modernization efforts Army Futures Command Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Army seeks funding to modernize ammo manufacturing capabilitiesOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- The Army is eyeing a 15-year, $16 billion strategy to automate and improve the military's ammunition manufacturing process, the Army’s top...

 

For Massachusetts Soldier, path to military service was a spiritual oneOpen in a New Window

Related links U.S. Army Diversity Office U.S. Army Signal Corps Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Holocaust survivor to receive top military police medalOpen in a New Window

ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- When Frank Cohn, a 94-year-old retired Army colonel, first enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1943, he had already fled Nazi Germany after...

 

Medevac officer looks to help Army one invention at a timeOpen in a New Window

1st Lt. Mahdi Al-Husseini serves as an active-duty aeromedical evacuations officer. He is also an engineer that developed an hoist stabilization system.

 

People Strategy aims to improve diversity with tangible changes Open in a New Window

ARLINGTON, Va. -- As discussions over racial inequality linger across America, the Army understands it isn’t immune to those conversations and must tack...

 

Army nominates first Hispanic-American woman to be service’s top lawyerOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- As the Army's principal deputy general counsel, Michele Pearce credits her career success to the many lessons she learned growing up as a...

 

Cultural roots laid foundation for sergeant major’s careerOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- Julie Guerra didn’t choose to become a leader. Rather, life thrust the role upon her. Before she reached the sixth grade, she already had...

 

Chief of staff asks force to fight against harmful behaviorsOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- Army Chief of Staff Gen. James C. McConville asked all Army personnel Wednesday to unite as a cohesive team and step in to prevent suicide...

 

New directive to prepare Army installations against extreme weather, climate changeOpen in a New Window

Related links: U.S. Army Humanitarian Relief Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

President awards Medal of Honor to Army Ranger for hostage rescueOpen in a New Window

Army Ranger receives Medal of Honor at White House for hostage rescue Sean Kimmons, Army News Service WASHINGTON -- Sgt. Maj. Thomas “Patrick” Payne r...

 

VA joins Army in major DOD research effort to prevent suicides Open in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- An ongoing Army-led epidemiological study got a helping hand last month that could help generate actionable recommendations to reduce mili...

 

Project Convergence aims to accelerate change in modernization effortsOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- Greater speed across several domains will be the key to winning future wars, Army Futures Command’s top leader said Thursday, as he unveil...

 

Army leaders share stories of the 9/11 Pentagon attackOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- It’s been 19 years since Sept. 11, 2001, when four hijacked passenger jets were turned into makeshift missiles above American soil. But th...

 

The survivor: Soldier overcomes battle with suicideOpen in a New Window

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Army academic leaders pledge to end racism, increase inclusionOpen in a New Window

Related links West Point Diversity and Inclusion initiatives U.S. Army Cadet Command Army News Service Army News Service Archives

 

Medal of Honor: Amid intense gunfire, Soldier risked life to save hostages from ISISOpen in a New Window

Sgt. Maj. Thomas “Patrick” Payne fondly recalls the summer of 2010, even if it began with a grenade blast that shattered his knee.

 

What the payroll tax deferral means for Soldiers Open in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- With plans to put payroll taxes on ice for the rest of the year, Army finance officials warn Soldiers the tax breaks are temporary and wil...

 

Army Ranger to receive Medal of Honor for hostage rescue missionOpen in a New Window

An Army Ranger who risked his life to save dozens of hostages facing imminent execution by ISIS fighters will be awarded the Medal of Honor, the White...

 

Chaplain Corps honors first active-duty African-American female colonelOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- As the first African-American female chaplain to pin on colonel rank, Monica Lawson had a message to the naysayers during her promotion ce...

 

SFAB Soldiers complete first mission to Indo-PacificOpen in a New Window

BANGKOK, Thailand -- Security Force Assistance Brigade Soldiers wrapped up their first mission to the Indo-Pacific region Monday, despite hurdles presen...

 

Selection process for new Army functional area now openOpen in a New Window

The window is now open to compete for one of the Army’s newest functional areas, FA58, the Enterprise Marketing and Behavioral Economics career field.

 

CSA: When called on, Guard Soldiers succeed in the ‘toughest places'Open in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- During a late July visit to the National Training Center in California, the Army’s chief of staff said he met a Soldier who embodied what...

 

Army revamps leave and pass regulationOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- New parents have taken advantage of the Army’s reworked parental leave policy since last year, but now officials have revised it to better...

 

SMA to Soldiers: Discussions on discrimination should not be ‘taboo’ Open in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- Staff Sgt. Coralina Lucas’ first encounter with discrimination came early in her Army career. The Puerto Rican native said she still stru...

 

NCO evaluation changes create flexibility, boost readinessOpen in a New Window

Related links Temporary changes to retention, promotion, as COVID-19 persists Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Virtual job fairs for veterans, spouses to offer thousands of career opportunities Open in a New Window

Related links: Nationwide job fair schedule for veterans Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance program Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Pioneering female leaders discuss ways to improve equality in ArmyOpen in a New Window

ARLINGTON, Va. -- Throughout her decades-long Army career, Command Sgt. Maj. Lynice Thorpe-Noel said she sometimes faced unfair stereotypes while climbi...

 

Update to law helps Soldiers with auto, home lease paymentsOpen in a New Window

Lawmakers approved an amendment to the Service Members Civil Relief Act, allowing Soldiers to quickly terminate an a lease during a stop-move order.

 

IBCS shoots down ballistic missile threat in third live-fire demoOpen in a New Window

The Army conducted a third successful missile intercept demonstration Thursday, as the force continues to evaluate the IBCS.

 

Army releases revised command policyOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- The Army recently published the latest version of its Army Command Policy since 2014, which now includes updates to corrective training, s...

 

Special education legal support now available to EFMP familiesOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- Families in the Exceptional Family Member Program that have questions about special education law can now reach out to an Army legal repre...

 

Education, hard work paved way for Army civilian award winnerOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- A promise to herself more than 30 years ago helped Audrey Smith chart a career path that would eventually lead her to managing the Army’s...

 

New aviators to incur 10-year service obligationOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON – Starting in October, troops attending initial entry flight training will be duty-bound to a decade of military service after becoming an Ar...

 

Army system successfully completes second missile intercept testOpen in a New Window

The Army is one step closer to improving its air and missile defense capabilities after a recent successful live-fire evaluation.

 

Army Resilience director urges Soldiers to report incidents of misconductOpen in a New Window

The Army’s Resilience Directorate emphasizes the use of reporting procedures for incidents of sexual harassment and assault.

 

Talent management making strides in ‘people first’ ArmyOpen in a New Window

ARLINGTON, Va. -- The Army Talent Management Task Force has created a wave of change across the Army, its director said Thursday, as it continues to bui...

 

Drill sergeants to start receiving Army Greens this monthOpen in a New Window

Related links: U.S. Army Uniforms Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Chef Irvine, SMA cook up improvements to Army dining facilitiesOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- Celebrity chef Robert Irvine offered senior leaders a recipe for success Tuesday, as dining facilities across the Army revamp business to...

 

New Army Digital Garrison app serves as guide to on-post servicesOpen in a New Window

The Army has launched the new Digital Garrison mobile app that provides information and facilitates access to a full array of on-post services.

 

Military policeman named top Army drill sergeantOpen in a New Window

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. – At a glance, this year’s Drill Sergeant of the Year -- or DSOY -- seems tailor-made for the part, down to the classic squared-j...

 

‘The Army Family’ awarded AUSA Marshall Medal for selfless serviceOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON – For years, military families have been at the heart of readiness, said a top Army family support advocate, and after collectively sacrifici...

 

Army gets closer to fielding new air defense systemsOpen in a New Window

Further evaluation of new air defense capabilities is currently underway as the Army aims to empower units against near-peer threats.

 

Robotic combat vehicles display next-gen features in live-fire exercisesOpen in a New Window

Related links Next generation ground combat vehicle key to multi-domain battle operations Army Modernization Army New Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Army strategist wins diversity leadership awardOpen in a New Window

Arlington, Va. – An Army civilian was recently recognized with a national award for her career dedicated to promoting workplace diversity.

 

Army developing mobile app to give Soldiers remote task management toolsOpen in a New Window

Related links: More on This is My Squad Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Gulf War veteran reflects on pivotal war that changed Army, the nationOpen in a New Window

Related links Operation Desert Shield/Operation Desert Storm facts Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Army eyes joint force solution, closer allies to win in Indo-PacificOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- The Army’s chief of staff discussed how to win in great power competition within the Indo-Pacific region Friday after he traveled there ea...

 

Knowledge, balancing resources vital to Army’s COVID-19 effortsOpen in a New Window

Related links: U.S. Army Medical Command Urban Augmentation Medical Task Forces Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Cloud migration modernizes Army’s financial enterpriseOpen in a New Window

ARLINGTON, Va. -- The Army’s latest cloud migration launched this month, as the force’s financial enterprise system moved multiple terabytes of data fro...

 

Army continuously operates on four fronts of readinessOpen in a New Window

ARLINGTON, Va. -- The Army constantly works under four types of readiness conditions to ensure Soldiers at every echelon are prepared for missions aroun...

 

Army leaders pledge culture shift to eradicate sexual harassment, assaultOpen in a New Window

Related links: Army SHARP Army News Service ARNEWS Archives Follow Joe Lacdan on TWITTER

 

Strategic Ops directorate to shape electromagnetic, cyber capabilitiesOpen in a New Window

The Army recently implemented a new directorate to support requirements within the electromagnetic spectrum.

 

Army Greens slated to reach all installations by mid-2021Open in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- Recruiters, drill sergeants, and initial entry trainees will be among the first to receive the new Army Greens Service Uniform, as program...

 

New Quality of Life Task Force tackling six priorities to help Soldiers, FamiliesOpen in a New Window

Related links: Quality of Life Task Force Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Army testing zero-trust environment amid cloud computing pushOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- Army network leaders highlighted progress on cloud computing efforts Wednesday, including a pilot that is testing a zero-trust environment...

 

Army senior leaders discuss lessons learned from COVID-19Open in a New Window

The Army is considering adjustments to its fiscal 2022 budget, as leaders look to invest in the service’s ability to fight against infectious diseases

 

‘Verge of collapsing’: Soldiers describe initial fight against COVID-19 Open in a New Window

It’s an invisible enemy. At least that’s how troops at the University Hospital in Newark, New Jersey, felt about COVID-19 after their six-w...

 

Leaders see data as ‘ammunition’ in future warfareOpen in a New Window

Related links U.S. Army Enterprise Technology Command U.S. Army Cyber Command Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Years in the making: Texas Guard Soldier determined to change the worldOpen in a New Window

It took a long time for 2nd Lt. Christina Meredith to commission int he Army. Becoming an Army officer wasn’t her only achievement.

 

Army offers college prep website amid pandemicOpen in a New Window

Related links: More on March2Success U.S. Army Recruiting Command Army News Service ARNEWS Archives

 

Army North ready to battle COVID-19 after busy springOpen in a New Window

ARLINGTON, Va. -- The head of U.S. Northern Command’s land forces spoke Tuesday of the lessons learned from its ongoing battle against COVID-19, as the...

 

Army looks to better attract gaming industry for training simulationsOpen in a New Window

FORT MEADE, Md. -- The Army’s Synthetic Training Environment Cross-Functional Team soon plans to unveil new labs where it can tap into the innovation of...

 

Army searches for improved mission systems in future aircraftOpen in a New Window

The Army is exploring improved mission systems configurations for both the Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft and Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft.

 

Army, Air Force meet numbers for basic trainees despite COVID-19Open in a New Window

The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't put a damper on the production of new soldiers or airmen at basic training facilities. Basic training throughput for the A...

 

SMA talks leadership, new normal during online chatOpen in a New Window

In the wake of COVID-19, the Army has become more dependent on the internet and social-media than ever before...

 

Army veteran’s hobby ignites competitive drive, wins amateur contest Open in a New Window

Related links Army News Service ARNEWS Archives Follow Joe Lacdan on TWITTER

 

Explosive leadership: ‘Standing on the shoulders of giants’Open in a New Window

FORT BRAGG, N.C. -- XXX

 

Virtual recruiting event eyes diverse talentOpen in a New Window

The Army is open for business, said the force’s top recruiting and training general, and as the force seeks-out thousands of talented recruits.

 

Army revamps business approachOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON – Business may be booming for the Army, but to operate at the speed of conflict during the information age, the force is overhauling how it d...

 

Sharing keys to lead ‘in an uncertain world’Open in a New Window

JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Wash. -- XXX

 

Army recruiters pushing more into digital worldOpen in a New Window

ARLINGTON, Va. -- Army recruiting plans to create a small cyber team to expand its esports program, which has already helped attract thousands of potent...

 

Army selects countermeasures against dronesOpen in a New Window

The Army is leading a joint effort to align its counter-drone systems into a streamlined command and control architecture.

 

Project Inclusion to cut board photos in holistic effort to promote diversityOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- Starting in August, photos will be eliminated from promotion and selection boards as the Army launches “Project Inclusion” to identify pra...

 

All Army personnel, veterans asked to be recruiters next weekOpen in a New Window

ARLINGTON, Va. -- The Army’s top recruiting officer has requested every person affiliated with the Army, including veterans, to be an active recruiter n...

 

Protecting the protectors: Reservist on front lines helps contain COVID-19 spreadOpen in a New Window

Childhood tumor leads hockey player to health care career, the Army and COVID-19 battle Army News Service ARNEWS Archives Follow Joe Lacdan on TWITTER

 

Leadership profile: Knowing Soldiers, flexibility essential in murky watersOpen in a New Window

EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Leaders must know their Soldiers in order to motivate them. That was a consistent theme of advice provided by many of this...

 

Retention, virtual recruiting aim to meet end-strength goalOpen in a New Window

The Army’s end strength goal of 485,000 Soldiers by Sept. 30 is on track, the force’s top manpower civilian says, but to make up for setbac...

 

Army to reevaluate race disparities in justice systemOpen in a New Window

Related links U.S. Army J AG Corps U.S. Army Office of the Provost Marshal General Army News Service ARNEWS archives Follow Joe Lacdan on Twitter

 

'Be About It': Provost marshal general sends message to MPs on racial division and civil unrestOpen in a New Window

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SMA takes to social media, addresses ACFT 2.0 concernsOpen in a New Window

A day after publishing the new Army Combat Fitness Test, or ACFT 2.0, Army leaders jumped on social media to directly answer questions.

 

Leaders encouraged to have talks on diversity with their SoldiersOpen in a New Window

ARLINGTON, Va. -- Two of the Army’s most senior leaders urged supervisors to sit down with their squads and listen to them, following the recent tragic...

 

Living between the scans: Medal of Honor recipient's legacy of givingOpen in a New Window

Medal of Honor recipient Staff Sgt. Ronald Shurer II never wanted to be defined by his cancer and chose to live "between the scans."

 

CIO/G-6 realigns to improve Army network, cyber capabilities Open in a New Window

The Army is realigning its chief information officer/G-6 position into two separate roles to meet current and future multi-domain operational requirements

 

Childhood tumor leads hockey player to health care career, the Army and COVID-19 battleOpen in a New Window

He had taken hits on the ice before. But not like this. During a hockey game in 2001, an opponent knocked 13-year-old Jimmy Ennis to the floor and swip...

 

Army’s new Civilian Implementation Plan emphasizes talent managementOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- The Army is improving the way it acquires, develops, employs and retains its civilian workforce under the new Civilian Implementation Plan...

 

ACFT 2.0: Changes sparked by COVID-19Open in a New Window

The Army Combat Fitness Test, or ACFT, will be the force’s test of record Oct. 1, but the Army’s top enlisted Soldier says troops will have more time to tr

 

With airlines lagging, Army looking to bring former aviators backOpen in a New Window

With airlines running a reduced flight schedule and generally not hiring, the Army is open to accepting former aviators and crew me...

 

Senior leaders celebrate Army’s diversity over past 245 yearsOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- While at a cake-cutting ceremony to mark the service’s 245th birthday, the Army secretary said a cake is a remarkable, fitting symbol.

 

Army hosts first virtual cadet commissioning ceremony from PentagonOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON – The six cadets stood six feet apart before a mostly empty Pentagon auditorium. Donning their dress blues, they solemnly took their commissi...

 

Legacy of service: Army officer carries family’s warfighting torchOpen in a New Window

INSERT FINAL DRAFT Army News Service ARNEWS Archive Follow Thomas Brading on Twitter

 

Future Vertical Lift pushes forward with new requirementsOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- All four of Future Vertical Lift’s signature modernization efforts now have approved requirements, as the Army strives to rapidly develop...

 

Army to go virtual with its annual birthday eventsOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- As much of the Army remains under pandemic safety restrictions, the service will turn to the virtual realm this week to pay tribute to the...

 

SFAB unit ready for first mission in South AmericaOpen in a New Window

BOGOTA, Colombia -- Staff Sgt. Diego Gantivar first learned how to repair vehicles as a teenager growing up Bogota. If he ever missed the 45-minute bus...

 

Call to Service: Helping New Yorkers overcome disasters drives NCOOpen in a New Window

Since he was 9 years old and a major winter storm hit western New York, Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Maloney has known he wanted to be invol...

 

Call to Service: Army psychologist on the COVID-19 battlefrontOpen in a New Window

He knew they weren’t calling to say hello. The Army Reservist was expecting to be mobilized after images of the USNS Comfort docked...

 

‘Digital twins’ to enable 3D printing on battlefieldOpen in a New Window

WASHINGTON -- The Army wants to make three-dimensional models of all its replacement parts available online so that Soldiers deployed downrange will eve...

 

Army begins testing advanced seeker for Precision Strike MissileOpen in a New Window

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Tensions decrease in Atlanta after Guardsmen explain mission to protestersOpen in a New Window

Once demonstrators realized the National Guard was there to protect them and facilitate a peaceful protest, violence diminished in downtow...

 

CGSC Foundation News Magazine

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This file contains all the CGSC Foundation News magazines published to date.
Item Name Posted By Date Posted
CGSC Foundation News No. 1/Fall 2006 PDF (1.05 MB)  more ] Administration 6/11/2008
CGSC Foundation News No. 10/Spring 2011 PDF (3.87 MB) Administration 4/19/2011
CGSC Foundation News No. 11/Fall 2011 PDF (4.14 MB) Administration 10/18/2011
CGSC Foundation News No. 12/Spring 2012 PDF (3.94 MB) Administration 9/27/2012
CGSC Foundation News No. 13/Fall 2012 PDF (4.34 MB) Administration 9/27/2012
CGSC Foundation News No. 14/Spring 2013 PDF (5.09 MB) Administration 10/15/2013
CGSC Foundation News No. 15/Fall 2013 PDF (3.22 MB) Administration 11/4/2013
CGSC Foundation News No. 16/Summer 2014 PDF (3.61 MB) Administration 7/1/2014
CGSC Foundation News No. 17/Fall 2014 PDF (2.52 MB) Administration 12/15/2014
CGSC Foundation News No. 18/Spring 2015 PDF (2.92 MB) Administration 6/16/2015
CGSC Foundation News No. 19/Fall 2015 PDF (3.89 MB) Administration 12/14/2015
CGSC Foundation News No. 2/Winter 2007 PDF (1.04 MB)  more ] Administration 6/11/2008
CGSC Foundation News No. 20/Spring 2016 PDF (3.01 MB) Administration 8/25/2016
CGSC Foundation News No. 21/Fall 2016 PDF (4.66 MB) Administration 12/22/2016
CGSC Foundation News No. 22/Spring 2017 PDF (5.64 MB) Administration 6/21/2018
CGSC Foundation News No. 23/Fall 2017 PDF (5.26 MB) Administration 6/21/2018
CGSC Foundation News No. 24/Spring 2018 PDF (4.85 MB) Administration 6/21/2018
CGSC Foundation News No. 25/Fall 2019 PDF (4.06 MB) Administration 12/30/2019
CGSC Foundation News No. 26/Spring 2020 PDF (10.2 MB) Administration 6/18/2020
CGSC Foundation News No. 3/Fall 2007 PDF (1.67 MB)  more ] Administration 6/11/2008
CGSC Foundation News No. 4/Winter 2008 PDF (2.4 MB)  more ] Administration 7/9/2008
CGSC Foundation News No. 5/Fall 2008 PDF (2.25 MB) Administration 12/12/2008
CGSC Foundation News No. 6/Winter 2009 PDF (1.68 MB)  more ] Administration 4/5/2009
CGSC Foundation News No. 7/Fall 2009 PDF (3.32 MB) Administration 11/15/2009
CGSC Foundation News No. 8/Spring 2010 PDF (1.58 MB) Administration 4/13/2010
CGSC Foundation News No. 9/Fall 2010 PDF (3.2 MB) Administration 12/7/2010
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