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    • Old Guard honors fallen with “Flags-In” tradition

      Old Guard honors fallen with “Flags-In” tradition

      Story by Staff Sgt. Terrance Rhodes   |   3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment “The Old Guard”   |   05.25.2017

      Story by Staff Sgt. Terrance D. Rhodes JOINT BASE MYER-HENDERSON HALL, Va. – On a cloudy and rainy day at Arlington National Cemetery, Soldiers from the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), honored the nation’s fallen heroes in an Old Guard tradition, known as "Flags-In," May 25, 2017....
      Hometown: New York, NY

    • Old Guard honors fallen with “Flags-In” tradition

      Old Guard honors fallen with “Flags-In” tradition

      Photo by Staff Sgt. Terrance Rhodes   |   3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment “The Old Guard”   |   05.25.2017

      Soldiers assigned to the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), participate in “Flags-In” at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., May 25, 2017. During “Flags-In” The Old Guard honors America's fallen heroes by placing an American flag at each gravesite for service members buried in ANC. (U.S. Army photos by Staff Sgt. Terrance D. Rhodes)...
      Hometown: New York, NY

    • NY National Guard Leaders visit troops serving in Kuwait

      NY National Guard Leaders visit troops serving in Kuwait

      Story by Capt. Jean Marie Kratzer   |   New York National Guard   |   05.25.2017

      CAMP ARIFIJAN, KUWAIT - Major General Anthony German, the Adjutant General of New York, got a firsthand look at the missions New York National Guard Soldiers and Airmen are conducting during a May 16-18 visit here. The trip gave German, and Brig. Gen. Michel Natali, the commander of the New York Army National Guard's 53rd Troop Command, a chance to talk to Airmen and Soldiers from the 369th......
      Hometown: New York, NY

    • 548th CSSB assumes mission command in Kuwait

      548th CSSB assumes mission command in Kuwait

      Story by Sgt. Cesar Leon   |   369th Sustainment Brigade   |   05.22.2017

      CAMP ARIFJAN, KUWAIT - In Army tradition when a unit departs command their colors are cased and when the incoming unit takes command their colors are uncased. This time honored tradition continued on board the Logistics Support Vehicle – 6 (LSV-6) during a transfer of authority ceremony between the incoming 548th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion (CSSB) and the outgoing 553rd CSSB at......
      Hometown: New York, NY

    • 548th CSSB assumes mission command in Kuwait

      548th CSSB assumes mission command in Kuwait

      Story by Sgt. Cesar Leon   |   369th Sustainment Brigade   |   05.22.2017

      CAMP ARIFJAN, KUWAIT - In Army tradition when a unit departs command their colors are cased and when the incoming unit takes command their colors are uncased. This time honored tradition continued on board the Logistics Support Vehicle – 6 (LSV-6) during a transfer of authority ceremony between the incoming 548th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion (CSSB) and the outgoing 553rd CSSB at......
      Hometown: Harlem, NY

    • 548th CSSB assumes mission command in Kuwait

      548th CSSB assumes mission command in Kuwait

      Photo by Sgt. Cesar Leon   |   369th Sustainment Brigade   |   05.22.2017

      Lt. Col. Lucas S. Hightower, commander of the 553rd Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, and Command Sgt. Maj. Antheena Felton, senior enlisted advisor of the 553rd CSSB, case the battalion’s colors during a transfer of authority ceremony on Logistics Support Vehicle – 6 (LSV-6) “Spc. James A. Loux” at Kuwait Naval Base, on April 17, 2017. The 553rd CSSB, from Ft. Hood, Texas, is......
      Hometown: New York, NY

    • Sustaining Synchronization

      Sustaining Synchronization

      Story by Sgt. Jeremy Bratt   |   369th Sustainment Brigade   |   05.22.2017

      Whether over a phone or on a screen, technology now allows us the freedom to instantly connect with almost anyone, almost anywhere in the world. An email, a phone call or even a video chat allows Soldiers to share information almost instantly. However, intelligence analysts of the 369th Sustainment Brigade and their counterparts at their higher headquarters, the 1st Sustainment Command......
      Hometown: New York, NY

    • Sustaining Synchronization

      Sustaining Synchronization

      Story by Sgt. Jeremy Bratt   |   369th Sustainment Brigade   |   05.22.2017

      Whether over a phone or on a screen, technology now allows us the freedom to instantly connect with almost anyone, almost anywhere in the world. An email, a phone call or even a video chat allows Soldiers to share information almost instantly. However, intelligence analysts of the 369th Sustainment Brigade and their counterparts at their higher headquarters, the 1st Sustainment Command......
      Hometown: Harlem, NY