White Sands

Irish-American soldiers fought and died to earn the nations respect

Story by SPC Samuel Keenan on 03/15/2018 HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. People throughout the region, country and globe know Massachusetts as a hub of Irish culture and heritage. That intense bond is obvious throughout the state. In Charlestown, almost every other car has a shamrock sticker plastered to it
read more

Corps awards $112 million contract for nation's largest fish passage facility

Story by William Dowell on 03/15/2018 SEATTLE A contract to build the largest trap-and-haul fish passage facility in the nation was awarded by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials here March 14, 2018. The project will transport Endangered Species Act-listed and other fish around Mud Mountain Dam near Buckley, Washington.
read more

A Taste of Home' Exchange Enlists Help from Students at Dallas' Advantage Academy to Taste-Test School Meal Options for Military Kids Overseas

Story by Conner Hammett on 03/14/2018 DALLAS For the Army & Air Force Exchange Service, finding out what new school lunch options military children living overseas are most likely to enjoy most can be a challengeespecially when the students in question live as far as 6,000 miles away. To hel
read more

Misawa medic chills in Antarctica, supports Operation Deep Freeze

Story by Amn Xiomara Martinez on 03/13/2018 Most humans will never venture as far south as Antarctica. The seasons rarely change with every dawn lighting up the snowy white tundra void of vegetation. The chilly air feels crisp as ice pierces even the thickest of garments. Nestled deep within these
read more

Special operation forces battle Arctic conditions during Arctic Edge 18

Story by PO1 Kiona Miller on 03/13/2018 (Fairbanks Alaska) The U.S. military conducts mission-based training events year-round, but Arctic Edge 2018 is a unique opportunity that has brought over 1,500 U.S. military personnel from more than 20 units together to train in arctic conditions throughout the Alaska range. For special
read more

Tackling 26.2 miles: The 76th annual Bataan Memorial Death March

Story by TSgt James Hodgman on 03/13/2018 Participating in a death march, even a memorial one, may not sound appealing to some people, but that's exactly what Tech. Sgt. Nikki Webb, a native of Stanford, Kentucky, will do March 25. The self-proclaimed "not athletic" noncommissioned officer in charge of resource
read more
Military Trusted Businesses
© 2018 - MARCOA Media