75 years after the founding of the historical Tuskegee Airmen
in 1941, the Air Force continues to celebrate the accomplishments and
resiliency displayed by the air pioneers.
U.S. Army Alaska will host a Cold Regions/ Military Mountaineering Event that brings together military professionals from Canada, Chilean, Finland, Great Britain, Italy, Slovenia and Sweden whose primary purpose is the planning, training and execution of military operations in extreme cold weather and mountainous environments.
Missouri Army and Air National Guardsmen begin a three-day marksmanship training mission and competition at Camp Crowder in Neosho, Missouri. The challenge, known as the Adjutant General State Combat Match Rifle/Pistol Championships, will bring together more than 100 of the Guard’s best marksmen who will shoot both the M16 and M9 toward targets at distances ranging 15 to 300 yards in a...
The 84th Training Command, 11th Aviation Command and Army Reserve Career
Division Joint Best Warrior Competition will be held March 21 through March
25 at Fort Knox, Ky. More than 20 competitors will vie for NCO of the Year
and Soldier of the Year Honors for each command. The winners will represent
the U.S. Army Reserve at the Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition.
CENTAM SMOKE is a quarterly training exercise hosted by Joint
Task Force-Bravo at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. Central American
participants in order to build partner capacity and improve each other's
abilities to fight fires in new and demanding scenarios.
MEDRETEs support humanitarian and civic assistance operations to enhance U.S. and Central American relations and support medical training with host nation military forces, as well as government and civilian organizations.
Operation Caracol is a counter-drug partnership between the U.S. and Belize to put Belizean security forces in the front seat in terms of establishing potential areas where marijuana farms might exist, determining their impact to the drug trade in the region and then eliminating fields they identified as targets.
Operation Caravana provides the Honduran military freedom of movement and access to the isolated areas in order to continue their security operations. These troop movements and logistics re-supply flights will occur on an as-needed basis.