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407th AFSB changes command in ceremony
407th AFSB changes command in ceremonyThe 407th Army Field Support Brigade welcomed its newest commander during a change of command ceremony on Hildner Field on July 24.


The new observer, coach, trainer: approachable
The new observer, coach, trainer: ApproachableOf the dozens of unique unit patches worn by the more than roughly 5,500 Reserve, National Guard and active Soldiers participating in Warrior Exercise 2014, one stands out – that of the First Army worn by observer, coach and trainers, known as OCs, from 189th Infantry Brigade. Branded with a large “A” that covers most of the wearer’s shoulder, the patch is hard to miss, and even harder to ignore considering an OC’s role as an objective set of eyes for Soldiers in training. “They see the big First Army patch coming,” said Col. Randall Wickman, brigade commander, 189th Infantry.


Wild Boars prepare for Expert Infantryman Badge Course
Wild Boars prepare for Expert Infantryman Badge CourseSoldiers from Company C, 2nd Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, conduct training on core Infantry tasks on 22July2014 in preparation for the Brigade's upcoming Expert Infantryman Badge competition starting in August.


Death of a Fort Hood Soldier: Pfc. Donnell Antwain Hamilton Jr.
The Department of Defense has released the name of a Fort Hood Soldier who died July 24 at Brooke Army Medical Center, Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, from an illness sustained in Ghazni province, Afghanistan.


CSA visits Fort Carson
CSA visits Fort CarsonGen. Raymond T. Odierno, Chief of Staff of the Army, talked with leaders and Soldiers while taking a tour of Fort Carson, Colo., July 24.


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SMA Raymond F. Chandler III visited JBLM, WA. from 23 to 25 July. He toured the United Association Veterans in Piping program for Soldiers transitioning out of the Army and into a civilian career. He also conducted a town hall with 400 Soldiers...



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Vibrant Response 14 Stand-up Interviews (cont.)Vibrant Response 14 Stand-up Interviews (cont.)
SPC Emily Clemens with the 60th Engineer Company and SGT Shuan Manso with the 59th Chemical...


Lancer Casualty Response System - Training VideoLancer Casualty Response System - Training Video
This training video covers the Lancer casualty response system. Voiced by: SFC James...


VBS3 training Soldiers, developing leadersVBS3 training Soldiers, developing leaders
Virtual Battlespace 3 is the Army’s flagship gaming program. It’s a three-dimensional,...


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Sgt. Maj. Jose Velazquez, of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, discusses training units...


Vibrant Response 14 Stand-up interviewsVibrant Response 14 Stand-up interviews
Indiana National Guard Military Police with the 384th MP Company, 81st Troop Command give their...


239th Army Birthday Ball - America's Army: Our Profession Part 2239th Army Birthday Ball - America's Army: Our Profession Part 2
The Army Birthday Ball in celebration of the 239th Army birthday.


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The Army Birthday Ball in celebration of the 239th Army birthday.


Puerto Rico Moulage Team Creates Simulated Injuries for Vibrant Response 14, B-RollPuerto Rico Moulage Team Creates Simulated Injuries for Vibrant Response 14, B-Roll
During Vibrant Response 14 on Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Indiana, a team from Puerto...


Vibrant Response ’14 Participants Train with Mass Casualty Training ScenarioVibrant Response ’14 Participants Train with Mass Casualty Training Scenario
Participants training with role players in a mass casualty scenario during Vibrant Response at...


Puerto Rico Moulage Team Creates Simulated Injuries for Vibrant Response 14Puerto Rico Moulage Team Creates Simulated Injuries for Vibrant Response 14
During Vibrant Response 14 on Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Indiana, a team from Puerto...


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Role-players wait for help Role-players wait for help
Brandon Day, a North Vernon, Ind., resident and role-player, waits for supplies and rescue in a school during exercise Vibrant Response '14. Day...


Soldiers extract simulated casualty from derailed train at Vibrant Response 14 Soldiers extract simulated casualty from derailed train at Vibrant Response 14
Soldiers from 3rd Platoon, 60th Engineer Company, 11th Engineer Battalion in Fort Benning, Ga., carry a simulated casualty from a derailed train...


407th AFSB changes command in ceremony 407th AFSB changes command in ceremony
Col. Steven S. DeBusk, the newest commander of the 407th Army Field Support Brigade, addresses attendees of the unit's change of command ceremony...


The new observer, coach, trainer: Approachable The new observer, coach, trainer: Approachable
U.S. Army Staff Zachariah Hussey, left, an observer, coach and trainer (OC/T) with 2nd Battalion, 357th Infantry Regiment, 189th Infantry Brigade,...


Wild Boars prepare for Expert Infantryman Badge Course Wild Boars prepare for Expert Infantryman Badge Course
U.S. Army Spc. Robert Snook explains how to disassemble the Command Launch Unit on July 22, 2014, at Mountain Field. Snook serves as a squad...


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Vibrant Response ’14 participants train with mass casualty training scenario
Participants train with role players in a mass casualty scenario during Vibrant Response at Camp Atterbury, Ind.


Puerto Rico Moulage Team creates simulated injuries for Vibrant Response 14
During Vibrant Response 14 on Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Indiana, a team from Puerto Rico Army National Guard, create Moulage, simulated...


Indiana Task Force One supports Vibrant Response
Indiana Task Force One is a premiere urban search and rescue team that provides a full range of emergency support, including medical services.


Robot technology helps search and rescue efforts
The Micro Tactical Ground Robot supports exercise Vibrant Response by reconnoitering damaged or hazardous buildings and sites.


Field artillery shoots high with medical evacuation training
Soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 163rd Field Artillery from Evansville, Ind., get some airtime with medical training during Vibrant Response at...