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    • Empowering America's Warfighters - NIE 13.2

      Empowering America's Warfighters - NIE 13.2

      Warfighters need the right tools to win on the battlefield against an ever-changing threat. This includes a network that is both consistently available and reliable to support communication at the halt and on the move. The Army’s previous (traditional) procurement process was lengthy and relied heavily on high level input instead of feedback from Soldiers. This resulted in our warfighters...

    • USACE Sustainability Month

      USACE Sustainability Month

      The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers kicked off a national outreach campaign to showcase its environmentally, economically and socially sustainable projects and activities -- Going Green: Sustainability in Action.

      For more than 40 years, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been working hard to be good environmental stewards. During the past decade, those efforts have expanded to embrace...

    • 71st Anniversary Reunion of the Doolittle Raiders

      71st Anniversary Reunion of the Doolittle Raiders

      On April 18, 1942, 80 men achieved the unimaginable when they took off from an aircraft carrier on a top secret mission to bomb Japan. These men, led by Lt. Col. James H. "Jimmy" Doolittle, came to be known as the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders.
      The surviving Doolittle Tokyo Raiders reunite for their 71st anniversary and hold their final public reunion.

    • 2013 Warrior Games

      2013 Warrior Games

      The Warrior Games showcase the resilient spirit of today's wounded, ill, or injured service members from all branches of the military. After overcoming significant physical and behavioral injuries, these men and women demonstrate the power of ability over disability and the spirit of competition.
      Since 2010, nearly 200 wounded, ill, or injured service members and veterans have competed...

    • Army Reserve 105th Birthday

      Army Reserve 105th Birthday

      This April 23rd marks the 105th birthday of the U.S. Army Reserve. On that day in 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt signed into public law Senate Bill 1424, creating the Medical Reserve Corps. It authorized the Army to acquire a reserve pool of medical officers who could be ordered to active duty in the event of an emergency, a step whose importance the Medical Department authorities...

    • USS Anchorage Commissioning

      USS Anchorage Commissioning

      Marines and sailors with 1st Marine Logistics Group, 1st Marine Division and 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing embark on the USS Anchorage, designated as LPD-23, and heads to Anchorage, Alaska, for the ship's commissioning ceremony, which is scheduled for May 4, 2013.

      For more news, photos and video of the ship while it is underway and in Anchorage, please visit the 1st MLG Unit Page or call the...

    • 79th SSC Best Warrior Competition 2013

      79th SSC Best Warrior Competition 2013

      The U.S. Army Reserve's 79th Sustainment Support Command will
      host their 2013 Best Warrior Competition 4 - 6 April at Joint Forces
      Training Base Los Alamitos and Camp Pendleton, Calif.

      The Best Warrior Competition seeks out the best candidate that defines a
      U.S. Army Soldier by testing Soldiers physically and mentally. The
      competition will consist of one enlisted Soldier and one...

    • R&R Leave Program Transition to Commercial Flights

      R&R Leave Program Transition to Commercial Flights

      The number of R&R flight travelers has decreased to an average of 20-30 passengers daily due to the change in the Army deployment policy, the end of OIF and the reduction of forces in OEF. The current operational environment and fiscal constraints allows us to adjust the R&R Flight program in a way that saves resources while continuing to meet all mission requirements and better serve our...