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    • Air Force Radio News 26 May 2017 A

      Audio by Airman 1st Class Jasmine Vanderheyden   |   Defense Media Activity - Air Force   |   05.26.2017

      Today's stories: Airmen who volunteer for a 365 day deployment can apply for one of two assignments. Also, Air Force T.V. Radio just published their latest episode of BLUE....

    • Soldiers Radio News

      Audio by Sgt. Laura Martin   |   Defense Media Activity - Army   |   05.26.2017

      SRN052617A- We Celebrate Asian American Pacific Heritage Month and Soldiers hold Thanksgiving in May in Hawaii. SERGEANT LAURA MARTIN, SOLDIERS RADIO NEWS DEPUTY COMMANDING GENERAL OF THE 335TH SIGNAL COMMAND BRIGADIER GENERAL STEPHEN HAGER REMINDS US TO CELEBRATE OUR DIFFERENCES DURING ASIAN AMERICAN PACIFIC HERITAGE MONTH. "GENERATIONS OF ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICANS HAVE PROUDLY......

    • Soldiers Radio News

      Audio by Sgt. Laura Martin   |   Defense Media Activity - Army   |   05.26.2017

      SRN052617B- Memorial Day is a time for paying our respects and The Oklahoma National Guard prepares for their upcoming deployment SERGEANT LAURA MARTIN, SOLDIERS RADIO NEWS ARMY SURGEON GENERAL LT. GENERAL NADJA WEST REMINDS US TO STOP AND PAY OUR RESPECTS TO THE FALLEN ON MEMORIAL DAY "THE WORD MEMORIAL MEANS IN MEMORY OF. THE TRUE MEANING OF MEMORIAL DAY IS TO REFLECT ON THE......

    • Celebrating Diversity with Cooking

      Audio by Tech. Sgt. Jacqueline Marshall   |   Joint Force Headquarters, Vermont National Guard Public Affairs   |   05.25.2017

      Soldiers and Airmen from the Vermont Army and Air Guard participate in the Annual Heritage Cooking Class featuring Syrian Cuisine. The program is hosted by the Joint Diversity Executive Council Team. Captain Patrick Enriquez lead the class in preparation of the meals. This class allowed members of the Vermont National Guard to expand their palate and sample Syrian food....

    • Central Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy (CALETA) First Graduating Class Ceremony

      Audio by Spc. Stephen Wright   |   Arkansas National Guard Public Affairs Office   |   05.26.2017

      Officers and Deputies from various departments and agencies across central Arkansas walked across the stage today as they graduated from CALETA, the Central Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy's 13 week Basic Police Course on May 26, at the Robinson Maneuver Training Center in North Little Rock, Ark. CALETA is a basic training course for Arkansas Law Enforcement Officers and it is......

    • Marine Minute

      Marine Minute

      Audio by Lance Cpl. Savannah Mosby   |   Defense Media Activity - Marines   |   05.04.2017

      I'm Lance Corporal Savannah Mosby with your Marine Minute. The U.S. Marine Corps and Navy completed Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Exploration and Experimentation Advanced Naval Technology Exercise 2017 this month at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. The Marines and sailors were able to test over 50 new technologies, all are capable of swarming unmanned surface vessels to self-driving......

    • SOldiers Radio News

      Audio by Sgt. Audrey Santana   |   Defense Media Activity - Army   |   05.04.2017

      USO Korea honored junior service members at their 46th annual gala and 17 Soldiers from the 1st Cavalry Division reenlist while deployed in Afghanistan. SERGEANT AUDREY SANTANA, SOLDIERS RADIO NEWS USO KOREA HONORED JUNIOR SERVICE MEMBERS AT THEIR 46TH ANNUAL GALA. EIGHTH ARMY DEPUTY COMMANDING GENERAL FOR SUSTAINMENT, major generl tammy smith, SAYS THE YOUNG SOLDIERS ARE THE FUTURE OF......

    • Soldiers Radio News

      Audio by Sgt. Audrey Santana   |   Defense Media Activity - Army   |   05.04.2017

      The Midwest Small Arms Championship was held at Camp Atterbury, IN and Soldiers graduate from the first ever Air Assault course held in Kuwait. SERGEANT AUDREY SANTANA, SOLDIERS RADIO NEWS THE U.S. ARMY RESERVE MARKSMANSHIP TEAM HOSTED THE MIDWEST SMALL ARMS CHAMPIONSHIP AT CAMP ATTERBURY, INDIANA. TEAM MEMBER, MAJOR PATRICK SLEEM SAYS 20 DIFFERENT UNITS CAME TO COMPETE AND IMPROVE......