Ready Focus: 4-17 clears Malakhand village

Story by Winifred Brown on 07/05/2018 By Wendy Brown Fort Bliss Garrison Public Affairs OROGRANDE RANGE COMPLEX, N.M. Anyone watching Stryker A66 might have wondered who or what had unleashed this peculiar force of nature upon the Chihuahuan Desert. As a fleet of Strykers assigned to Company A, 4th Battalion,
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Team Tobyhanna transforms how the Army communicates

Story by Jacqueline Boucher on 07/05/2018 The Army is ensuring commanders can communicate with military partners anytime, anywhere by enlisting Team Tobyhanna capabilities in the refresh of hardware procurement and installation processes at select Home Station Mission Command Center (HSMCC) sites. The sites are managed by the Army's Program Executive
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Indiana National Guard Soldier wins USARCENT Best Warrior

Story by MSG Brad Staggs on 07/05/2018 CAMP ARIFJAN, Kuwait For three days, competitors in the U.S. Army Central Best Warrior competition began events well before sunrise, competed with little sleep and studied for non-stop tests. But through it all, Sgt. Zachary Green kept his eye on the prize. The
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Growing up in poverty, Kenner doctor says Army provided chance to follow his dreams

Story by Amy Perry on 07/05/2018 "You're not smart enough to be a doctor." That statement, spoken by Daniel Cash's mother when he was 10, became the mind echo that motivated him to prove her wrong. Now a doctor and a lieutenant colonel serving as the deputy commander for Clinical
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New Commander Welcomed at Train, Advise and Assist Command-South

Story by SSG Neysa Canfield on 07/05/2018 KANDAHAR, Afghanistan NATO-led Resolute Support and Afghan leaders throughout the Combined Joint Operation Area of Afghanistan participated in a transfer of authority ceremony, June 30, for Train, Advise and Assist Command-South. U.S. Army Brig. Gen. John Lathrop, the Train, Advise and Assist Command-South
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Photo Essay: 284th Engineers work on troop project during CSTX 86-18-04 at Fort McCoy

Story by Scott Sturkol on 07/02/2018 Soldiers with the 284th Engineer Company worked on a troop project June 22, 2018, to build a pavilion next to the Directorate of Public Works headquarters at Fort McCoy, Wis. The project was part of training in the 86th Training Division's Combat Support Training
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