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Maj. Gen. Puster visits Cadet Summer Training Emphasizing the Army Profession and leadership development Maj. Gen. Puster visits Cadet Summer Training...
U.S. Army Maj. Gen. David Puster, commanding general, 84th Training Command, platoon operations during his visit to Cadet Summer Training at Fort Knox, Ky., Aug. 4....
Cadre and cadets hone skills at Hand Grenade Assault Course Cadre and cadets hone skills at Hand Grenade Assault Course
U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Harry Bowles, evaluator, Hand Grenade Assault Course (HGAC), Task Force Wolf, coaches cadets negotiating the HGAC during Cadet Summer...
Brig. Gen. Irizarry visits Task Force Wolf Soldiers Brig. Gen. Irizarry visits Task Force Wolf Soldiers
U.S. Army Reserve Brig. Gen. Ferdinand Irizarry II, operations and plans officer, U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC), observes Chemical, Biological, Radiological,...
Cadre in focus: Sgt. Eric Roman Cadre in focus: Sgt. Eric Roman
U.S. Army Sgt. Eric Roman, instructor, basic rifle marksmanship committee, Task Force Wolf, poses on the zero and qualification range during Cadet Summer Training...
Cadets zero in on their targets, qualify on their rifles Cadets zero in on their targets, qualify on their rifles
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Raymond Arrington, instructor, basic rifle marksmanship committee, Task Force Wolf, coaches cadet Morgan Moxley, a Kansas State student, through...
Special relationship between allies still strong Special relationship between allies still strong
Royal Army Reserve Colour Sergeant David Seabuhr assigned to Army Training Unit (West Midlands) inspects a U.S. Army M109A6 Paladin displayed during Cadet Summer...


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Cadre Coach Cadets on Rappel Tower Cadre Coach Cadets on Rappel Tower
Time lapse video of cadre, comprised of USAR soldiers assigned to Task Force Wolf, supporting Cadet Summer Training coaching cadets in the proper techniques of...
Reserve Drill Sergeants administer APFT Reserve Drill Sergeants administer APFT
U.S. Army Reserve Drill Sergeants portray the ultimate example of a professional noncommissioned officer to future officers while faciliatating the Army Physical...


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Maj. Gen. Puster visits Cadet Summer Training    Emphasizing the Army Profession and leadership development Maj. Gen. Puster visits Cadet Summer Training ...
Through the reemphasis on the Army Profession in recent years, the heart of the Army—The Army Ethic—is defined as the moral principles that guide us in the...
Cadre and cadets hone skills at Hand Grenade Assault Course Cadre and cadets hone skills at Hand Grenade Assault Course
The hand grenade is a hand-held, hand-armed, and hand-thrown weapon. There are six types of grenades and the U.S. Army uses each grenade with its different capability...
Brig. Gen. Irizarry visits Task Force Wolf Soldiers Brig. Gen. Irizarry visits Task Force Wolf Soldiers
U.S. Army Reserve Brig. Gen. Ferdinand Irizarry II and Sgt. Maj. Blaine Huston, operations and plans, U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC), visited Task Force Wolf...
Cadre in Focus- Sgt. Eric Roman Cadre in Focus- Sgt. Eric Roman
Sgt. Eric Roman currently serves as an instructor for the basic rifle marksmanship committee, Task Force Wolf, during Cadet Summer Training on Fort Knox, Kentucky.
Cadets zero in on their targets, qualify on their rifles Cadets zero in on their targets, qualify on their rifles
Firing a rifle and hitting a target with any certainty is a skill that can be learned. Mastering these skills takes learning and utilizing the basic fundamentals, and...
Cadre in Focus- Sgt. 1st Class Frank Beman Cadre in Focus- Sgt. 1st Class Frank Beman
Sgt. 1st Class Frank Beman currently serves as an evaluator for the hand grenade assault course, Task Force Wolf, during Cadet Summer Training on Fort Knox, Kentucky.