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G-8: Army operations in the Pacific crucial to future battlefield successOpen in a New Window

As the Army prepares to potentially allocate $8.6 billion toward its six modernization priorities in fiscal year 2020, a senior Army leader said the service should recognize Soldiers' ongoing work in the Pacific.

 

Engaged worldwide: Engineer brigade saves millions while deployedOpen in a New Window

Soldiers assigned to the 20th Engineer Brigade recently completed a nine-month deployment in which they supported operations in nine different countries in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility and saved the U.S. government close to $49 million in construction costs.

 

Army lays keel for new watercraftOpen in a New Window

A keel-laying ceremony took place Monday for the first of a new class of Army watercraft, the Maneuver Support Vessel (Light).

 

ARCYBER: Soldiers should safeguard against suspicious tweetsOpen in a New Window

The tweets surface innocently in Twitter feeds, often passing as legit news or normal social media posts.

 

Cyber teams deploying to safeguard national securityOpen in a New Window

During the midterm elections last year, U.S. Cyber Command had three teams deployed forward in Europe working with partner nations to "hunt and track" adversaries attempting to disrupt U.S. democratic processes, its commander said Monday.

 

New data strategy combats modern threats, says Army's G-6Open in a New Window

The Army's chief information officer rolled out a revised, holistic approach for data assets Monday, along with cyber's role within the new era of great-power competition.

 

Army to achieve recruiting goal after overhauling outreachOpen in a New Window

The Army will achieve its fiscal year 2019 recruiting goal, exceeding the new Soldier target of 68,000 before the year's end, senior leaders announced Tuesday. Leaders credited the Army's overhauled recruiting and outreach efforts, to include Army Recruiting Command's initiative to increase presence in 22 U.S. metropolitan areas. The Army observed a 15 percent average increase in enlistments in these 22 cities, to include a rise in female and minority recruits.

 

Former Army ranger testifies at confirmation hearing for Army secretaryOpen in a New Window

A day after the 18th anniversary of 9/11, Acting Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy reflected on that fateful morning during his Senate confirmation hearing for the Army's highest position.

 

'Cancer saved my life': A Soldier's journey toward recoveryOpen in a New Window

Capt. Lori Templeton -- a single mother, former educator, and Army officer currently serving as the the commander of 340th Brigade Support Battalion Headquarters Service Company/1st detachment with the California National Guard -- chose to look beyond her cancer prognosis. After being diagnosed with stage three cancer in 2016, she was forced to step back and find the balance that she so desperately needed in life.

 

Why We Serve: Taking care of peopleOpen in a New Window

Thirty young men and women from the Baltimore and Richmond areas took the Oath of Enlistment ceremony during a "Why We Serve" ceremony, Sept. 5. While readiness, modernization, and reform continue to be Army top priorities, "taking care of people" is Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. James C. McConville's No. 1 priority.

 

New Army space unit streamlining satellite communication missionsOpen in a New Window

In just 1.5 seconds, Soldiers can bounce a communications link off a satellite 23,000 miles in space down to a warfighter halfway around the world. To better streamline these link requests from across the Defense Department, the Army officially stood up a task force in May to consolidate its satellite communication missions ahead of U.S. Space Command's activation last month.

 

Modernization, integration keys to defending against emerging threats in PacificOpen in a New Window

The U.S. military must continue to integrate its warfighting capabilities across all domains while maintaining its forward presence in the Pacific region, senior leaders said at the 2019 Defense News Conference.

 

Keeping a promise: Wounded warrior shares why he servedOpen in a New Window

Taking care of others, and showing love and appreciation for others, is a core reason why retired Maj. Dennis "DJ" Skelton chose to stay in the Army. He continued to serve for 21 years, even after suffering grievous wounds during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2004. Skelton shared his story to a large crowd of Soldiers, veterans, and Army civilians during a "Why We Serve" ceremony, Sept. 5.

 

Helicopter modernization vital to increase lethality, survivabilityOpen in a New Window

Although the Army anticipates fielding its first Future Vertical Lift aircraft by 2030, modernizing and maintaining current helicopters is vitally important, a top Army aviator said Thursday.

 

Senior leaders: Army fast-tracked for modernization successOpen in a New Window

Even amidst the shuffle of senior leadership within the Army, the service has seen the positive results of revamping its once sluggish acquisition process, said acting Army Secretary Ryan D. McCarthy.

 

Smart sensor network helps redirect missileOpen in a New Window

The Army successfully tested its ability to redirect munitions in flight Aug. 28 in an experiment over the Mohave Desert involving an unmanned aircraft, smart sensors and artificial intelligence.

 

Drill sergeants save Family from burning vehicleOpen in a New Window

Four Army Reserve drill sergeants, while serving on a training mission at Fort McCoy, Wisc., were inadvertently called into action and saved a family from a burning vehicle.

 

McConville: National Guard paving way in talent managementOpen in a New Window

In his first trip as the Army's chief of staff, Gen. James McConville touted the work of National Guard Soldiers, adding the Army plans to take advantage of the skillsets many citizen Soldiers possess.

 

Husband and wife, both three-star generals, share secrets to dual Family successOpen in a New Window

During the onset of Operation Iraqi Freedom the Richardson family faced a difficult dilemma. James and Laura Richardson, Army officers with promising careers, both received orders to deploy to Iraq.

 

Army offers more than $80,000 in re-up bonusesOpen in a New Window

Effective Sept. 9, Soldiers willing to reenlist in some of the Army's most in-demand careers have the chance to receive up to $81,000 in lump-sum bonuses -- the highest amount in more than five years, officials announced today.

 

Women's Equality Day: Inclusion, talent management is the way aheadOpen in a New Window

Observed on Aug. 26, Women's Equality Day commemorates the adoption of the 19th Amendment in 1920, and two Army generals discussed how the suffrage movement paved the way for women to serve equally in the armed forces.

 

Soldiers 'at the heart of' modernizing warfighter gearOpen in a New Window

Army leaders met with industry partners Tuesday to focus on new ways to outfit Soldiers with lighter weight, wireless, and tech-compatible systems. They looked at revamping the Adaptive Squad Architecture. The restructure pinpoints Soldiers, at the individual and squad level, as the linchpin for ASA's future modernizations. It's one of the largest reconstructions conducted by PEO Soldier.

 

From fitness guru to beauty queen, Army officer crushes goals while helping othersOpen in a New Window

As a young girl, 1st Lt. Angie DiMattia saw softball as her way out of an impoverished life. It also fed her competitive side that later forged her into a chiseled bodybuilder and United States of America's Ms. Colorado.

 

Army showcases new electronic warfare techOpen in a New Window

The Army is advancing its ground-based precision navigation and timing, or PNT, technology to counter spoofing threats and improve operations in a multi-domain environment.

 

Burpee beast: ROTC cadet sets world record during fundraiserOpen in a New Window

An Army cadet from Michigan State University recently set a Guinness World Record for the most chest-to-ground burpees completed in 12 hours, and he raised more than $7,800 for his nonprofit group for wounded veterans. 4,689. That's the number of burpees Bryan Abell, a 23-year-old ROTC cadet, accomplished July 7 in his hometown of Milford, Michigan. His original goal was 4,500, the minimum number required by Guinness to set the record, but Abell kept going when there was time to spare.

 

Patriot force halfway thru major modernizationOpen in a New Window

The Army's Patriot missile battalions are upgrading their fire-control computers, communications, radars and manning stations while adding longer-range missiles.

 

Las Vegas teen loses over 100 pounds to join ArmyOpen in a New Window

Luis Enrique Pinto Jr. joined the Army so he could do something different. But first, he had to do something extraordinary.

 

CSA: Prioritizing personnel starts with equal opportunityOpen in a New Window

Speaking at a conference designed to uphold equal opportunity standards in the service, the Army's new chief of staff re-asserted his emphasis on prioritizing people -- Soldiers and civilians who comprise the Army's active-duty force, National Guard and Reserve units.

 

Army veterans find healing in new underwater memorialOpen in a New Window

As soon as Shawn Campbell saw his name on a plaque next to a statue sunken 40 feet on the seafloor, the memories of Soldiers he had once served with flooded his mind.

 

AI Task Force taking giant leaps forwardOpen in a New Window

From their office overlooking a bay of autonomous vehicles and robotics, members of a small Army task force are collaborating with academic partners to develop artificial intelligence systems for applications ranging from aircraft maintenance to talent management.

 

Former Army Ranger helps save man on commercial jetOpen in a New Window

Before his flight left from Charlotte, Norvel Turner Jr. heard a fellow passenger yell for help. After running to catch the flight heading to Columbia, S.C., a 59-year-old man had collapsed in the aisle a few rows behind Turner.

 

Army training helps Soldier save driver's lifeOpen in a New Window

When Matt Oldham saw the black SUV erupt in flames, he sprinted toward the fire. The Army specialist's heart raced as he approached the injured driver, whose vehicle had collided into the brick building across the street from the Dallas Holocaust Museum, where he worked as a security guard.

 

Soldiers vie in survival of the fittest at 2019 CrossFit GamesOpen in a New Window

It took years for Capt. Chandler Smith and Lt. Col. Anthony Kurz to get to the CrossFit Games. At this level of competition, victory would not come easy, considering each workout would test the limits of their athletic ability and resolve.

 

Stryker BCT Soldiers bolster relationships through Pacific PathwaysOpen in a New Window

More than 600 Soldiers with the 1-2 Stryker Brigade Combat team helped build readiness and strengthen partnerships in Thailand, the Philippines and Palau, in support of Pacific Pathways 19-1.

 

Secretary Esper thanks Soldiers in farewell messageOpen in a New Window

Being secretary of the Army was "a dream of a lifetime," said Mark T. Esper, during his farewell address given a day after swearing in as defense secretary.

 

Elite gaming: Army engages youth in esportsOpen in a New Window

As a rep of the Army Esports Team, Sgt. David Blose maintains his competitive edge with every game of Rainbow Six Siege. "I never thought I would play video games for the Army," Blose said.

 

NAACP honors Soldiers for efforts in diversity, communityOpen in a New Window

Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Crosby and Sgt. Maj. Deondre' Long, the chief military science instructor at Marion Military Institute, as well as five others across the military earned NAACP's Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award during its annual convention in Detroit on Monday for their contributions to equality and human rights.

 

Army astronaut marks moon landing with space launchOpen in a New Window

Army Col. Andrew Morgan wasn't even born when Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon, but his launch to the International Space Station Saturday was part of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11.

 

In first year, Futures Command grows from 12 to 24,000 personnelOpen in a New Window

From what began as a dozen people whom Army leaders said formed a "beachhead" in downtown Austin, Texas, the Army Futures Command has considerably grown in the past year to over 24,000 around the world.

 

Vice chief: Combating sexual assault relies on building cohesive unitsOpen in a New Window

Eliminating sexual assault and changing the Army's culture on intervention starts with changing how leaders and Soldiers view the problem, said the Army's vice chief, during the fifth annual SHARP Program Improvement Forum, July 16.

 

Hollywood technology to help Army innovate tank trainingOpen in a New Window

The Army has enlisted the help of some of the brightest minds in the tech industry to test and evaluate crucial decision-making skills of tank commanders on the battlefield.

 

Laser weapons that pack greater punch coming to ArmyOpen in a New Window

The Army plans to add even more firepower to its arsenal of medium tactical vehicles with 100-kilowatt to 250 kW lasers.

 

One World Terrain to allow Soldiers to train anywhereOpen in a New Window

One World Terrain will allow Soldiers to conduct simulated training in accurate, realistic representations of theater environments.

 

Field artillery back to emphasizing 'charts and darts'Open in a New Window

With the growing threat of cyberattacks, the U.S. Army Field Artillery School has placed a renewed emphasis on learning manual methods of gunnery.

 

Cancer survivor rucks 150 miles to raise funds for pediatric cancerOpen in a New Window

For Spc. Shayn Lindquist, an Army Reserve civil affairs soldier, beating brain tumor was only the first step on his 150-mile ruck march to raise money for pediatric cancer.

 

Relationship with allies key to maintaining competitive edge, says SF commanderOpen in a New Window

The Army's Special Forces or "Green Berets" are strengthening the Mongolian military through $23 million of funding to a mobile training team, a special operations commander said Wednesday morning.

 

Resilience experts aim to boost performance at ROTC campOpen in a New Window

Sport psychologists have long been a staple in the rosters of professional teams, and now the military is treating its future leaders like elite athletes. The Army plans to deploy performance enhancement experts to embed with cadets during this year's Cadet Summer Training at Fort Knox, Ky.

 

Soldiers to operate armed robotic vehicles from upgraded BradleysOpen in a New Window

Soldiers are slated to fire at targets next year using a platoon of robotic combat vehicles they will control from the back of modified Bradley Fighting Vehicles.

 

Guard deployed to help after California rocked by quakesOpen in a New Window

Two major earthquakes that hit towns in the Mojave Desert of California July 4 and 5 left behind cracked and burning buildings, closed roads and burst water lines that prompted call-up of the National Guard to help distribute water and food.

 

Army rebuilding short-range air defenseOpen in a New Window

The Army is now standing up short-range air defense units, known as SHORAD battalions, and offering a five-week pilot Stinger course for Soldiers in maneuver units.

 

50 years after moon landing: Army colonel taking 'giant leap' to spaceOpen in a New Window

Col. (Dr.) Andrew Morgan, NASA astronaut and Army emergency physician, is counting down until his launch into space for a nine-month mission aboard the International Space Station, July 20, 2019 --- the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing.

 

Army retention hits goal five months earlyOpen in a New Window

For the fourth year in a row, the regular Army's retention rate is over 80% after it recently hit its targeted goal five months early this year.

 

Academic credentialing program could boost Soldier retention, says SMAOpen in a New Window

The Army could add to its record retention numbers by providing more incentive for Soldiers to stay on duty, the service's top enlisted leader said Wednesday.

 

Pentagon inducts first living Iraq Medal of Honor recipient into Hall of HeroesOpen in a New Window

Former Staff Sgt. David Bellavia took his place Wednesday alongside more than 3,460 Medal of Honor recipients currently listed in the Pentagon's most sacred place: the Hall of Heroes.

 

Robotic combat vehicles could change way Army looks, fightsOpen in a New Window

While speaking at the International Armored Vehicles USA conference, Gen. John Murray, head of Army Futures Command, noted robotic combat vehicles as one endeavor that could help Soldiers knock out enemy defenses.

 

President awards Medal of Honor to first living Iraq War recipientOpen in a New Window

One by one, 12 members of Third Platoon made their way to the podium in the White House's East Room on Tuesday afternoon, to join the Soldier who repeatedly risked his life on a fall night in Fallujah 15 years ago.

 

Inside the hornet's nest: Soldier earns Medal of Honor for heroism in FallujahOpen in a New Window

David Bellavia's actions on Nov. 10, 2004 likely saved the lives of three squads of Third Platoon, the Army reported. For his bravery on Nov. 10, 2004, the Defense Department awarded him a Silver Star, to go along with a Bronze Star, the New York State Conspicuous Service Cross, two Army Achievement awards and three Army Commendation Medals. He is the only living veteran of the Iraq War to receive the award.

 

New tech, accessibility to improve Army tactical networksOpen in a New Window

The Army is rolling out a series of "massive changes" to its tactical network capabilities to provide operational units with expeditionary network systems that are more mobile, hardened, and easier to operate.

 

Army tests prototypes, explores technologies for air, missile defenseOpen in a New Window

The Army completed on Monday an almost three-month-long capabilities demonstration of prototype radars aimed at replacing the one currently used by Patriot missile units.

 

Army making improvements to Family Readiness GroupsOpen in a New Window

The Army recently made some of the most significant changes to Family Readiness Groups since their creation following the first Gulf War.

 

Army lengthens tours for Soldiers in Europe, JapanOpen in a New Window

The Army is adding a year to overseas tours for some Soldiers heading to Europe and Japan, as part of an effort to boost readiness and reduce moves.

 

1st SFAB Soldiers hone close combat skills on Army's newest virtual trainerOpen in a New Window

A combat advisor team from the 1st Security Force Assistance Brigade was the first unit of its type to train for an upcoming deployment using one of the Army's recently-fielded virtual trainers at Fort Benning, Ga.

 

35 Years, 15 Ranks: Signal Corps officer pins on first starOpen in a New Window

Since joining the Army in 1983, Col. Jeth Rey, director of operations, G-3, with Army Cyber Command, has been committed to one core philosophy: "The Army's most important resource is its people." For it was the people in Rey's life -- his Family, friends, and mentors -- that led to his successful career.

 

Army leaders: Space tech crucial to future combatOpen in a New Window

The Army plans to bring newer, more powerful satellites into its tactical network within 10 years, an Army official told industry partners June 7.

 

Army leaders say service must shore up its space defenseOpen in a New Window

Growing threats from U.S. adversaries in space could make the Army vulnerable in future conflicts, leaders said during an Association of the U.S. Army symposium in Southern California, June 7.

 

Army accelerates delivery of directed energy, hypersonic weapon prototypesOpen in a New Window

The Army is accelerating its efforts to field a directed-energy prototype system by fiscal year 2022, and hypersonic weapon prototype by fiscal 2023.

 

GIs remember D-Day, 75 years laterOpen in a New Window

As the sun rose on Utah Beach June 6, 1944, fire rained down from shore, recalled then-Cpl. Herman Zeitchik.

 

Army looks to follow online retailers in modernization overhaulOpen in a New Window

The Army must continually push innovation to meet its logistics modernization goals, leaders said recently. To help achieve that goal, the service enlisted help from one of the nation's top online retailers.

 

Army testing synthetic training environment platformsOpen in a New Window

Soon Soldiers worldwide could have a wealth of training options at their home station -- on a virtual platform.

 

Joint hypersonic weapon tests to start next yearOpen in a New Window

The first joint flight test of a future hypersonic weapon will take place next year, followed by tests every six months until the weapon is fielded by fiscal year 2023, the chief of Army's hypersonic program said last week.

 

SMA: Boards to rank NCOs solely on meritOpen in a New Window

More deserving Soldiers will be promoted sooner and fewer school seats should go vacant under the Army's new Enlisted Centralized Promotion Board process, said Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel Dailey.

 

South Korean exercises being revised amid peace talksOpen in a New Window

As diplomacy efforts work to denuclearize North Korea, military exercises in the south are continuing on a smaller scale to maintain readiness, said Gen. Robert Abrams.

 

Combat Camera competition honors Soldier, focuses on Soldier skillsOpen in a New Window

Two teams of the Israel Defense Forces joined four U.S. teams of combat camera Soldiers for the 2019 Spc. Hilda I. Clayton Best Combat Camera Competition.

 

Army turns to smart technology to defend against threats to installationsOpen in a New Window

As the variety and complexity of threats continue to increase, security at U.S. military installations has taken increased importance in the years since 9/11. The Army plans to use smart technology to help defend installations against threats in cyberspace and at post perimeters.

 

Land forces key to free, open Indo-Asia PacificOpen in a New Window

While the Indo-Asia Pacific region is mostly ocean, land forces are crucial to ensure it remains free and open so nations can prosper, the region's top U.S. Army officer said Tuesday.

 

Army on track to meet FY19 recruitment goals, add more women to combat armsOpen in a New Window

The Army is on the path to meet its fiscal year 2019 recruiting mission: to bring 68,000 Soldiers into the active component, 15,600 into the Army Reserve, and 39,000 into the National Guard, said the Army's G-1. At the same time, the Army is maintaining its high entry standards while further increasing positions for women in brigade combat teams.

 

Former Sen. Dole, a decorated WWII veteran, promoted to colonelOpen in a New Window

Longtime politician Bob Dole, who was severely wounded in World War II by German gunfire, was honorably promoted to colonel Thursday in a private ceremony at the WWII Memorial.

 

Mad Scientist initiative helps illustrate 'realm of the possible'Open in a New Window

A Mad Scientist conference in Austin, Texas, recently addressed robotics, artificial intelligence and autonomy, the future of space, planetary habitability, and the legal and ethical dilemmas surrounding disruptive technologies.

 

New initiatives to cut cost, time for spouses to continue careersOpen in a New Window

The Army recently issued a directive to reduce the financial burden for spouses who wish to continue their professional careers after they move to a new duty station.

 

Augmented reality training on the horizon to give Soldiers edge in combatOpen in a New Window

The Army's new battlefield heads-up display, the Integrated Visual Augmentation System, will revolutionize the way Soldiers prepare for future conflicts, the Army's vice chief of staff told lawmakers Thursday.

 

Large cities see jump in recruitsOpen in a New Window

Virtual recruiting teams, outreach to civic leaders and 770 more recruiters on the ground are helping the Army sign up more new Soldiers this year in some of America's largest cities.

 

Eleven as One: Army soccer team unites to win goldOpen in a New Window

Col. Bernie Koelsch helped lead the Army soccer team to victory at the 2019 Armed Forces Men's Soccer Championship . Coach Koelsch felt that his team was special. He recalls the team's journey to win the gold.

 

Success of first SFAB in Afghanistan proves 'Army got it right,' commander saysOpen in a New Window

The 1st Security Force Assistance Brigade deployed in March 2018 to Afghanistan to carry out the inaugural mission for the newly-created SFAB concept. The brigade returned in November, and leaders say their experience there has proven successful what the Army hoped to accomplish with the new kind of training unit.

 

Army football reclaims Commander-in-Chief's Trophy at White HouseOpen in a New Window

President Donald Trump officially presented Army football players with the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy, which has been around since 1972 and is adorned with three silver footballs for each academy.

 

New capabilities, rotations to bolster Army presence in Eastern EuropeOpen in a New Window

Ongoing efforts to cut acquisition timelines will get new capabilities out sooner to counter near-peer threats in Eastern Europe, Army leaders told lawmakers Wednesday.

 

Big changes coming to the future of Army historyOpen in a New Window

The Army Center of Military History realigned under Army Training and Doctrine Command May 1 to better promote history at schoolhouses across the force, officials recently announced.

 

Army astronaut reflects on mission 250 miles above EarthOpen in a New Window

An Army astronaut on a six-month mission in space recently shared her experience, saying she still leans on her military training while aboard the International Space Station.

 

New voice-bridging system to streamline communications with alliesOpen in a New Window

The Army is developing a new device to simplify secure radio communications with allied partners. Known as the Radio Interoperability Capability-Universal, or RIC-U, the new device serves as an analog-to-digital voice bridge between allies and U.S. troops.

 

Aviation readiness up as units operate at 'warp speed'Open in a New Window

Army aviation readiness has climbed 15 percent over the past three years while units continue to work at "warp speed" to support missions across the world, leaders recently said.

 

Army considers additional multi-factor authentication measuresOpen in a New Window

The Army is looking into additional authentication measures to improve the security of information-technology systems while providing more options to access Army resources online. MFA requires users to prove their identity by presenting at least two points of verification across three major categories: something you know, something you have, and something you are, officials said.

 

Charting her path: Challenges made Army's Military Child of the Year strongerOpen in a New Window

One day she could be serving food to some of Detroit's 8,000 homeless or bringing blankets to patients at a children's hospital. Another she could be voluntarily cleaning trash by the roadside in one of city's pothole-filled streets ... Her dedication to the service of others helped earn Elisabeth the 2019 Army Military Child of the Year award from Operation Homefront.

 

McSally delivers keynote during 'National Discussion'Open in a New Window

Sen. Martha McSally from Arizona delivered the first keynote address during the National Discussion on Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment at America's Colleges, Universities, and Service Academies, which took place at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, April 4-5.

 

Incentives proposed to better retain, progress Army pilotsOpen in a New Window

With nearly 10 percent of aviators now leaving the Army, many of them for commercial airline jobs, the general in charge of the aviation branch said adjustments are needed to reduce the historic attrition rate.

 

Deadline to transfer GI Bill benefits coming this JulyOpen in a New Window

Soldiers with over 16 years of service who want to transfer their Post-9/11 GI Bill to a dependent must do so before July 12, or risk losing the education benefits.

 

Proposed budget balances current, future readinessOpen in a New Window

Budget plans strive to balance current and future readiness by maxing out combat training center rotations and funding new technology, senior leaders told lawmakers Tuesday.

 

Army increasing recruiting efforts to connect with youth in ChicagoOpen in a New Window

A recruiting pilot program in Chicago has increased the number of young men and women responding to the Army's messaging in that city by about 16 percent.

 

Army 'Shark Tank' enabling quick prototyping of new systemsOpen in a New Window

The Army Futures Command is working with industry to enable "quick prototyping" of new systems that will modernize the force, Secretary of the Army Mark T. Esper told lawmakers Tuesday.

 

Performance experts help wounded warriors at Army TrialsOpen in a New Window

Adaptive athletes at the Army Trials, March 6-15, were glad to have performance experts from Ready and Resilient centers coach them at Fort Bliss in mental skills such as visualization.

 

Small challenge: Breaking barriers for God and countryOpen in a New Window

As the only woman to serve as an Army Special Forces chaplain, Capt. Delana Small said the key to success was just being herself.

 

Selected Guard units to increase OPTEMPO in FY20Open in a New Window

As threats from near-peer adversaries grow, the fiscal year 2020 budget will allow some National Guard units to bump up their operational tempo, Army senior leaders told lawmakers Tuesday.

 

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CGSC Foundation News No. 24/Spring 2018 PDF (4.85 MB) Administration 6/21/2018
CGSC Foundation News No. 23/Fall 2017 PDF (5.26 MB) Administration 6/21/2018
CGSC Foundation News No. 22/Spring 2017 PDF (5.64 MB) Administration 6/21/2018
CGSC Foundation News No. 21/Fall 2016 PDF (4.66 MB) Administration 12/22/2016
CGSC Foundation News No. 20/Spring 2016 PDF (3.01 MB) Administration 8/25/2016
CGSC Foundation News No. 19/Fall 2015 PDF (3.89 MB) Administration 12/14/2015
CGSC Foundation News No. 18/Spring 2015 PDF (2.92 MB) Administration 6/16/2015
CGSC Foundation News No. 17/Fall 2014 PDF (2.52 MB) Administration 12/15/2014
CGSC Foundation News No. 16/Summer 2014 PDF (3.61 MB) Administration 7/1/2014
CGSC Foundation News No. 15/Fall 2013 PDF (3.22 MB) Administration 11/4/2013
CGSC Foundation News No. 14/Spring 2013 PDF (5.09 MB) Administration 10/15/2013
CGSC Foundation News No. 13/Fall 2012 PDF (4.34 MB) Administration 9/27/2012
CGSC Foundation News No. 12/Spring 2012 PDF (3.94 MB) Administration 9/27/2012
CGSC Foundation News No. 11/Fall 2011 PDF (4.14 MB) Administration 10/18/2011
CGSC Foundation News No. 10/Spring 2011 PDF (3.87 MB) Administration 4/19/2011
CGSC Foundation News No. 9/Fall 2010 PDF (3.2 MB) Administration 12/7/2010
CGSC Foundation News No. 8/Spring 2010 PDF (1.58 MB) Administration 4/13/2010
CGSC Foundation News No. 7/Fall 2009 PDF (3.32 MB) Administration 11/15/2009
CGSC Foundation News No. 6/Winter 2009 PDF (1.68 MB)  more ] Administration 4/5/2009
CGSC Foundation News No. 5/Fall 2008 PDF (2.25 MB) Administration 12/12/2008
CGSC Foundation News No. 4/Winter 2008 PDF (2.4 MB)  more ] Administration 7/9/2008
CGSC Foundation News No. 3/Fall 2007 PDF (1.67 MB)  more ] Administration 6/11/2008
CGSC Foundation News No. 2/Winter 2007 PDF (1.04 MB)  more ] Administration 6/11/2008
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