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Bushmasters always stand tall
Although America had not yet been drawn in, it was inching closer and closer toward its undeniable destiny. Many parts of the world had already been at war for over two years, but in early 1941, Americans were still isolationists. The U.S. economy was rebounding from the Great Depression and many families were still struggling to meet financial responsibilities. The general American sentiment was anti-war and the price paid by American Service members during WWI still lingered in the not so distant past.12.1.2015 Story by Spc. Wesley Parrell
A little touch of home on Thanksgiving
Charlie Brown themed decorations filled the consolidated dining facility on Hunter Army Airfield adding to an exceptional Thanksgiving meal served by senior leaders of the 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division on Nov. 22.214.171.1245 Story by Spc. Scott Lindblom
TSC warrant officers play ‘Santa’ for good cause
They may ride motorcycles rather than sleighs, and “regs” don’t permit an abdomen shaped like a “bowl full of jelly,” but members of the Warrant Officers Association, Rheinland-Pfalz Silver Chapter, along with Family members and volunteers, emulated Saint Nick in a good cause during a succession of charity events culminating in a “Toy Run for Kids” slated for Saturday, Dec. 126.96.36.1995 Story by Ronna Schelby
In The Fight: Episode 105
On this episode, NATO partner nations take part in the largest training exercise in decades,...
Sgts. Justin Wandler, Benjamin Murray and Larry Gains talk about being promoted to sergeant Dec....
Jingle Bell Rock
10th Mountain Division's Bunker Bustin' Band, now deployed to Afghanistan, plays Jingle Bell...
Staff Sgt. Virgia Wilson
Staff Sgt. Virgia Wilson sends a greeting to Indianapolis, Indiana from Romania for Holiday...
Sgt. Matthew Hagin
Sgt. Matthew Hagin sends a greeting to Westbury, New York from Romania for Holiday Season 2015.
Lt. Col. Jonathan Bouriaque
Lt. Col. Jonathan Bouriaque sends a greeting to Fayetteville, North Carolina from Romania for...
Staff Sgt. Raul Gonzales
Staff Sgt. Raul Gonzales sends a greeting to Pharr, Texas from Romania for Holiday Season 2015.
Leville Crowther, physical therapy assistant, explains shoulder mechanics to Kathryn Harris and her daughter, Robbie Harris, Oct. 16, 2015....
1st Sgt. Johnson safety brief
U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Endesha Johnson, assigned to 55th Signal Company (Combat Camera), gives a safety brief to his company on Fort George G. Meade,...
Zero and qualification
U.S. paratroopers from Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade during the zero and qualification on M4...
Bushmasters always stand tall
Guadalupe “Lupe” Lopez was a native Arizonan who served with the 158th Bushmasters from Jan. 27, 1941, to Jun. 17, 1945. Lopez was awarded the...
Facilities Reduction Program declares deconstruction pilot project a success
Bhate employees work to deconstruct a chapel - one of three buildings selected for the deconstruction pilot program - on Fort Leonard Wood, Mo....
Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges
Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges talks to the press about U.S. Army Europe operations and answers questions from the press.Taken: 11.30.2015DCCH VTC/Telecon with Chaplain Captains
Deputy Chief of Chaplains Chaplain (Brigadier General) Thomas L. Solhjem takes a moment to answer questions in the field from Chaplain CaptainsTaken: 11.24.2015Iron Sword 2015
Over 2,000 Soldiers from 10 NATO countries participated in Iron Sword 2015, the largest annual training exercise in Lithuania from 9-20 Nov.Taken: 11.20.2015Iron Sword 2015
NAT Sound OnlyTaken: 11.20.20151LT Jeffery Meek
First Lt. Jeffery Meek talks to a WSBC-AM reporter about his time in the military and the Advanced Combat Helmet that saved his life.Taken: 11.16.2015