Camera Icon

Images: First Army assists in training active duty unit for KFOR misison [Image 4 of 4]

Photo by Capt. Olivia CobiskeySmall RSS IconSubscriptions Icon

First Army assists in training active duty unit for KFOR misison

Col. John F. Dunleavy, commander of the 205th Infantry Brigade, First Army Division East, and Canadian Brig. Gen. Wayne Eyre, deputy commanding general for operations of 18th Airborne Corps, Fort Bragg, N.C discuss training scenarios during Kosovo Command Post Exercise at the Mission Training Complex, Fort Bragg, N.C. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Olivia Cobiskey)



Web Views
13
Downloads
0

Podcast Hits
0



Public Domain Mark
This work, First Army assists in training active duty unit for KFOR misison [Image 4 of 4], by CPT Olivia Cobiskey, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.06.2013

Date Posted:03.12.2013 14:19

Photo ID:884915

VIRIN:130206-A-OC713-002

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:1.37 MB

Location:NC, US

Gallery Images

More Like This

  • Lt. Col. Lozano, chaplain for the 205th Infantry Brigade, First Army Division East, looks out the window during a OSAA fixed-wing flight from Indiana to Fort Bragg, N.C., where First Army provided pre-deployment training at the Mission Training Complex in February to prepare the 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade, 18th Airborne Corps, to assume the Kosovo Forces [KFOR] mission of conducting peace support operations in support of civilian authorities. 
OSAA pilots and aircraft require a set number of flight hours each month. Partnering with the OSAA allows pilots to meet their flight time and aircraft utilization needs while reducing transportation costs the 205th Infantry Brigade incurred during the planning and execution of training.  
(U.S. Army photo by Capt. Olivia Cobiskey)
  • U.S. Army Maj. Heather Clevenger, the Multinational Battle Group-East Intelligence Officer and Virginia Beach native, was presented the Knowlton Award for her exceptional performance in promoting the Army Military Intelligence community at a ceremony held on Camp Bondsteel June 27. 
Clevenger's former battalion commander, U.S. Army Lt. Col. Kevin A. McAninch, the 519th Military Intelligence Battalion commander, had recommended her for the prestigious award and was able to join the presentation from Afghanistan by video teleconference. Clevenger's husband, Cliff, was also able to participate in the ceremony by VTC from Fort Bragg, N.C., with the 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade's rear detachment. Clevenger is currently deployed to Kosovo as a part of Kosovo Forces 17. The Knowlton Award recognizes individuals who have contributed significantly to the promotion of Army Military Intelligence in ways that stand out in the eyes of the recipients, their superiors, subordinates, and peers. These individuals must also demonstrate the highest standards of integrity and moral character, display an outstanding degree of professional competence, and serve the MI Corps with distinction. The award was established in 1995 by the Military Intelligence Corps Association, in support of the MI Corps. MICA is the sponsoring agency and provides financial resources, administrative control, and publicity.
  • U.S. Army Maj. Heather Clevenger, the Multinational Battle Group-East Intelligence Officer and Virginia Beach native, was presented the Knowlton Award for her exceptional performance in promoting the Army Military Intelligence community at a ceremony held on Camp Bondsteel June 27. 
Clevenger's former battalion commander, U.S. Army Lt. Col. Kevin A. McAninch, the 519th Military Intelligence Battalion commander, had recommended her for the prestigious award and was able to join the presentation from Afghanistan by video teleconference. Clevenger's husband, Cliff, was also able to participate in the ceremony by VTC from Fort Bragg, N.C., with the 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade's rear detachment. Clevenger is currently deployed to Kosovo as a part of Kosovo Forces 17. The Knowlton Award recognizes individuals who have contributed significantly to the promotion of Army Military Intelligence in ways that stand out in the eyes of the recipients, their superiors, subordinates, and peers. These individuals must also demonstrate the highest standards of integrity and moral character, display an outstanding degree of professional competence, and serve the MI Corps with distinction. The award was established in 1995 by the Military Intelligence Corps Association, in support of the MI Corps. MICA is the sponsoring agency and provides financial resources, administrative control, and publicity.
  • Capt. Micah J. Turner, a mobilization training officer with the 205th Infantry Brigade, gets off a  fixed-wing flight at Pope Army Airfield, Fort Bragg, N.C., where First Army provided pre-deployment training at the Mission Training Complex in February to prepare the 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade, 18th Airborne Corps, to assume the Kosovo Forces [KFOR] mission of conducting peace support operations in support of civilian authorities. OSAA pilots and aircraft require a set number of flight hours each month. Partnering with the OSAA allows pilots to meet their flight time and aircraft utilization needs while reducing transportation costs the 205th Infantry Brigade incurred during the planning and execution of training. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Olivia Cobiskey)

Associated News

First Army assists in training active duty unit for KFOR misison

Options

  • Army
  • Marines
  • Navy
  • Air Force
  • Coast Guard
  • National Guard

HOLIDAY GREETINGS

SELECT A HOLIDAY:

VIDEO ON DEMAND

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Youtube
  • Flickr