WHITE SANDS

Field Leadership: Rehearsals and Junior Leader Empowerment

Story by 1LT Dave Truong on 12/10/2018 A sign of a disciplined unit is what junior leaders decide to do with the white space during field exercises the down time between missions. Leading by example, Sgt. Adam Lee, tactical command post non-commissioned officer in charge, Regimental Engineer Squadron, 2d Cavalry
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Unique teams maintain Alaska's commerce flow

Story by PO3 Lauren Dean on 12/07/2018 To keep the system moving safely and smoothly, Coast Guard members in Alaska have the unique opportunity of maintaining navigational aids to ensure the consistent flow of goods throughout Alaska's marine highway. Most familiar to shipping and receiving by boat is the remote
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22-week Infantry OSUT trainees graduate at forefront of Soldier Lethality

Story by Bryan Gatchell on 12/07/2018 FORT BENNING, Ga. (Dec. 7, 2018) The pilot class for the 22-week One-Station Unit Training for Infantry Soldiers graduated today on Inouye Field at the National Infantry Museum in Columbus, Georgia. The pilot program resulted in significantly fewer Soldiers leaving the class, at graduatio
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3rd Special Forces Group history

Story courtesy of USASOC History Office Third Special Forces Group (Airborne) traces its lineage back to July 9, 1942, when Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment was activated for 1st Battalion, 2nd Regiment, First Special Service Force, Camp William Henry Harrison, Montana. The First Special Service Force was a combined Canadian-American organizatio
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Moonwalk: 47th Anniversary of the Apollo 14 Lunar Landing

Story by PO1 Jonathan Trejo on 12/07/2018 More than 230,000 miles from home, a lunar module gently touches down on the surface of the moon. Outside, temperatures can range from 387 below zero to 253 F. Men who have been among the privileged few to set foot on its rocky
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Nov. 22 marks date the U.S. isn't so thankful for

By Elyssa Vondra Thanksgiving 2018 marked the 55th anniversary of then-President John F. Kennedy's assassination; one former Fort Jackson Soldier, a retired journalist, has recounted his unique experience of the event. William Whitten of Atlanta was a private, and clerk, at the time. He had just graduated Basic Combat Training
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