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Army-Baylor Leadership Adds High-Reliability Science to Graduate Program
Army-Baylor leadership adds high-reliability science to graduate programThe Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health and Business Administration, one of the nation’s leading programs in graduate health and business administration, is transforming its curriculum with the introduction of high-reliability science. The area of study will be a key component of the Program’s homeland security, hospital preparedness, quality, and operations management curricula.


Carroll focuses on the future of the 377th TSC
Carroll focuses on the future of the 377th TSCJust weeks after taking the reins of the 377th Theater Sustainment Command, Maj. Gen. Les Carroll set out to explain the way forward to senior leadership and units within the U.S. Army Reserve’s largest command. Carroll, along with his senior enlisted leader, Command Sgt. Maj. Nagee H. Lunde, are spending the first 90 days of Carroll’s leadership talking to Soldiers about building a Culture of Excellence—Carroll’s stated vision for the command.


Archery season opens on Fort Hood
Archery season opens On Fort HoodThe sun has barely began to rise, the sweet musky scents of the forest permeate the chilly air, and a barely audible sound has disturbed the peaceful tranquility of a Central Texas autumn morning as a deer walks into the clearing.


CBRNE Task Force participates in training rotation
CBRNE Task Force participates in training rotationSoldiers from the Department of Defense's only command that combats chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive hazards are training with the U.S. Army's premier forcible entry force at the Joint Readiness Training Center.


Airman finds adrenaline and camaraderie while falling from the sky
Airman takes to sky with skydivingIf your idea of a good time is free falling from an airplane at an altitude of 13,000 feet, then you might want to consider joining Air Force 1st Lt. Isaac Leuthold, for a weekend of his version of excitement.


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Garuda Shield Closing CeremonyGaruda Shield Closing Ceremony
Garuda Shield 2014 wraps up after 30 days of training with the Inonesian army. Includes sound...


Michigan Soldiers Join Kick-off for Operation Silver ArrowMichigan Soldiers Join Kick-off for Operation Silver Arrow
Michigan Army National Guard Soldiers participate in the opening ceremony for Operation Silver...


Warrior Games 2014: Cycling Awards ShowWarrior Games 2014: Cycling Awards Show
The Cycling Awards Program for Warrior Games 2014 will be take place immediately after...


Warrior Games 2014: Wheelchair Basketball Game Navy vs. Air ForceWarrior Games 2014: Wheelchair Basketball Game Navy vs. Air Force
Warrior Games athletes will compete in the Wheelchair Basketball Game at the Olympic Training...


Warrior Games 2014Warrior Games 2014
The 2014 Warrior Games presented by Deloitte officially opened today at the U.S. Olympic...


Retired SFC Charles ArmsteadRetired SFC Charles Armstead
Retired SFC Charles Armstead from Needville, Texas, talks to a KCEN reporter about his military...


Warrior GamesWarrior Games
Competitors from all branches compete in the Warrior Games at Fort Carson, Colorado.


SSgt. (Ret) Delvin MastonSSgt. (Ret) Delvin Maston
Delvin Maston talks about participating in the wheelchair basketball and sitting volleyball...


201st Press Camp Headquarters Change of Responsibility Ceremony201st Press Camp Headquarters Change of Responsibility Ceremony
The reins for the 201st Press Camp Headquarters were handed to Maj. Heather Roelker from Lt....


Interview – Lt. Col. (P) Arnold StrongInterview – Lt. Col. (P) Arnold Strong
Lt. Col. (P) Arnold Strong talks about his time serving as the commander of the 201st Press Camp...


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Officers prepare for EDRE takeoff Officers prepare for EDRE takeoff
Officers with I Corps, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., strap into their seats on a C-17 Globemaster III for a flight from McChord Airfield to...


Army-Baylor leadership adds high-reliability science to graduate program Army-Baylor leadership adds high-reliability science to graduate program
From left: Capt. Erik Wiesehan, Maj. Oscar Ochoa, Lt. Col. John Thomas, and Capt. Jerry Moon prepare for a group discussion on homeland security...


Paratroopers tour Arnhem battle sites in Netherlands Paratroopers tour Arnhem battle sites in Netherlands
Paratroopers from throughout the 82nd Airborne Division visit a key battle site from Operation Market Garden in World War II, Sept. 14, in Arnhem...


Archery season opens On Fort Hood Archery season opens On Fort Hood
Phillip Swanner, a disabled veteran, pays his area access fees at the Fort Hood Sportsmen’s Center September 29. All interested hunters can go...


Team Shaw attends the 6th annual Military Appreciation Picnic Team Shaw attends the 6th annual Military Appreciation Picnic
Airmen, Soldiers and family members enjoy the Military Appreciation Picnic. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Tim Meyer, U.S. Army Central Public Affairs.)


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Michigan Soldiers join kick-off for Operation Silver Arrow
Michigan Army National Guard Soldiers join kick-off for Operation Silver Arrow.


Michigan and Latvian soldiers demonstrate military equipment
Soldiers from the Latvian military and Michigan Army National Guard demonstrate military equipment.


Latvian families watch Michigan Soldiers train
The families of Latvian soldiers observe training during a combined exercise with the Michigan Army National Guard. (RADIO PKG)


Michigan Sappers and Latvian army take down towers
Michigan Army National Guard combat engineers from the 1431st and 1433rd Engineer Companies and Latvian army demolish two towers in Sauka, Latvia.


Michigan Army National Guard Military Police train with Latvian Soldiers to clear buildings
Michigan Army National Guard Military Police train with Latvian soldiers to clear buildings.