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Soldiers bring the heat
Soldiers from 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, joined Latvian soldiers at an orphanage in the town of Vaive, Latvia, Oct. 28, 2014.


Honor Flight pays back to those who served
Honor Flight Pays Back to Those Who Served“ A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces, but also by the men it honors, the men it remembers,” said our 35th President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy.


Army program focuses on anti-drug education, prevention
Army program focuses on anti-drug education, preventionThirteen Soldiers from both the Army Reserve and active duty Army became the service’s newest Unit Prevention Leaders after graduating from a five-day Substance Abuse Program held at the 87th Army Reserve Support Command – East headquarters in Birmingham, Ala. Oct. 20 – 24.


Armstrong State University faculty experiences day in the life of a 3rd CAB Soldier
Armstrong State University faculty experiences day in the life of a 3rd CAB SoldierSeveral faculty members from Armstrong State University got a firsthand look at Hunter Army Airfield, and experienced what a day in the life of a 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade Soldier is like Oct. 24. Early in the morning before the sun rose, the faculty conducted physical readiness training (PRT) with Soldiers from Headquarters Support Company, 603rd Aviation Support Battalion, 3rd CAB. The faculty members performed PRT which consists of several warm up stretches and exercises. The officer in charge of the tour, 1st Lt. Donald Ingham, HSC, 603rd ASB, said it was a unique way for the faculty to walk a mile in the Soldiers combat boots. “A lot of the professors don’t understand the leeways Soldiers ask for on a daily basis,” Ingham said. “Whereas after they have seen the tour, it makes it easier for them to understand why Soldiers make the special requests they do.”


Night Stalkers receive Soldier’s Medal
Two 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) Soldiers were presented Soldier’s Medals Oct. 22 for their heroism and selfless acts that saved the lives of three individuals.


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1st Cavalry Division Commander, Maj. Gen. Michael Bills visits his troops deployed to Poland. These activities are part of the US Army Europe-led Operation Atlantic Resolve land force assurance training taking place across Estonia, Latvia,...



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University of Nebraska / Veterans DayUniversity of Nebraska / Veterans Day
SGT Samantha McGhee, deployed to Egypt, give a shout out to here family and friends in Nebraska....


Fort Riley Unveils Field Landing StripFort Riley Unveils Field Landing Strip
A new field landing strip improves training capabilities at Fort Riley. Produced by Scott...


Southern Strike 15 Day 1Southern Strike 15 Day 1
Day 1 highlights of the Mississippi National Guard-led Southern Strike 15, which opened Oct. 27...


Stony Oak Ribbon CuttingStony Oak Ribbon Cutting
Residential Communities Initiative ribbon cutting ceremony at Stony Oak. This event marks the...


University of NebraskaUniversity of Nebraska
MAJ Alana Jackman, deployed to Egypt, give a shout out to here family and friends in Nebraska....


Salute to ServiceSalute to Service
A compilation video of service members from all branches of the military.


402nd AFSB to Support Pacific Command402nd AFSB to Support Pacific Command
News package about 402nd AFSB moving from Kuwait to Hawaii to support Pacific Command.


2/8 Cav. Fire First Tank Rounds in Poland2/8 Cav. Fire First Tank Rounds in Poland
The 2/8 Cav. became the first U.S. unit to fire the M1A2 Abrams Tank in Poland. Interviews with...


Southern Strike 15 Day 0Southern Strike 15 Day 0
Day 0 highlights of the Mississippi National Guard-led Southern Strike 15, which opened Oct. 27...


Albanian Army at Combined Resolve IIIAlbanian Army at Combined Resolve III
Albanian soldiers attack a village defended by Canadian and American opposing forces during a...


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Army program focuses on anti-drug education, prevention Army program focuses on anti-drug education, prevention
Soldiers from both the Army Reserve and active duty Army practice the proper procedures for administrating drug testing as part of the Army...


Honor Flight Pays Back to Those Who Served Honor Flight Pays Back to Those Who Served
Friends, family and current and former service members greet Veterans participating in an Honor Flight from Greenville, S.C. to Washington during...


Pegasus 6 visit to Germany Pegasus 6 visit to Germany
Artillerymen with 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division conduct fire missions in the...


Armstrong State University faculty experiences day in the life of a 3rd CAB Soldier Armstrong State University faculty experiences day in the life of a 3rd CAB Soldier
Faculty members of Armstrong State University perform the extend and flex stretch while conducting physical readiness training before they toured...


CSM Gallagher's legacy lives on CSM Gallagher's legacy lives on
Command Sgt. Maj. Gallagher was the 3rd Battalion 15th Infantry Regiment CSM during OIF I. During the initial invasion, he was injured and...


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Army Combined Arms Center - Training- Unit
Teleconference with Army Combined Arms Center - Training- Unit.


Moving Pieces
With 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division participating in two multinational training exercises, moving the equipment overseas proved to...


More than training
While the multinational training exercise Atlantic Resolve is geared toward reassuring our NATO allies and partner nations, it is also a learning...


Ironhorse Commitment
The 173rd Airborne conducted training operations in the Baltic States earlier this year, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division now has...


NATO Combined Training Conference
As NATO's mission in Afghanistan comes to an end, multinational partnership and new security concerns take center stage for future operations....