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    • Pinned with rank of Warrant Officer Candidate

      Pinned with rank of Warrant Officer Candidate

      Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Clinton Wood   |   412th Theater Engineer Command   |   06.09.2018

      U.S. Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Vincent Rehm, 665th Engineer Facilities Detachment, 458th Engineer Battalion, 411th Engineer Brigade, 412th Theater Engineer Command (TEC), is pinned with the rank of Warrant Officer Candidate by Chief Warrant Officer 4 Michael Noble, command chief warrant officer, TEC, at the detachment’s headquarters in Brookville, Penn., June 9, 2018. Rehm intends to become a......
      Hometown: Altoona, PA

    • 458th Engineer Battalion turns over mission to 983rd

      458th Engineer Battalion turns over mission to 983rd

      Courtesy Story   |   Task Force Spartan   |   06.02.2018

      Photos by Maj. Harry Gobora Executive officer to the commanding general, 28th Infantry Division, Task Force Spartan CAMP BUEHRING, Kuwait — Soldiers with the 458th Engineer Battalion, a U.S. Army Reserve unit from Johnstown, Pa. gathered May 24 to transfer authority of their mission to another Reserve unit, the 983rd Engineer Battalion from Toledo, Ohio. Maj. Gen. Andrew Schafer and......
      Hometown: Johnstown, PA

    • Marine Corps Cpl. John V. McNichol Funeral

      Marine Corps Cpl. John V. McNichol Funeral

      Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kristen Duus   |   Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency   |   05.22.2018

      Marines with Marine Corps Barracks 8th and I carry the remains of Marine Corps Cpl. John V. McNichol, 20, of Altoona, Pennsylvania, accounted for on Sept. 25, 2017, during his funeral May 14, in Arlington National Cemetery, near Washington, D.C. In November 1943, McNichol was assigned to Company E, 2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force, which landed......
      Hometown: Altoona, PA

    • Landstuhl rehabilitation program gives lethal hit to injury

      Landstuhl rehabilitation program gives lethal hit to injury

      Photo by Alofagia Oney   |   Landstuhl Regional Medical Center   |   05.22.2018

      U.S. Army Maj. Daniel Rhoades, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) brigade surgeon and physical medicine and rehabilitation provider, performs a non-operational injection to a Soldier's injured Achilles tendon as part of the LRMC Rehabilitation Physical Readiness Training program designed to get troops back in the fight. (U.S. Army photo by Gia Oney/Released)...
      Hometown: Latrobe, PA

    • Landstuhl reconditioning program gives a lethal hit to injury

      Landstuhl reconditioning program gives a lethal hit to injury

      Story by Alofagia Oney   |   Landstuhl Regional Medical Center   |   05.22.2018

      LANDSTUHL, Germany - When Sgt. Jessica Bowman was placed on a medical profile for a knee injury, her company commander enrolled her into a new Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) program designed to rehabilitate Soldiers with injuries and pain. For five weeks, Bowman joined a group of other LRMC Soldiers on profile in the Reconditioning Physical Readiness Training at 5 a.m. every weekday......
      Hometown: Latrobe, PA

    • Exercise Hedgehog: Platoon Counter-Attack

      Exercise Hedgehog: Platoon Counter-Attack

      Photo by Gunnery Sgt. Clinton Firstbrook   |   U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Europe and Africa   |   05.21.2018

      Marines and Sailors with Marine Rotational Force-Europe 18.1 advance to their assault position during a platoon counter-attack during Exercise Hedgehog at Tsooru, Estonia, May 9, 2018. Hedgehog is an annual event designed to strengthen strategic cooperation and partnership among participants. This is the first time the Marine Corps has participated in the exercise, which involved more than......
      Hometown: Punxsutawney, PA

    • Keeping History Alive

      Keeping History Alive

      Story by Spc. John Irish   |   354th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment   |   05.20.2018

      It was a stifling muggy day in Upper St. Clair during the town’s annual community day event. The men of Knap’s Independent Battery “E,” a Civil War reenacting group from southwestern Pennsylvania, toiled in their wool attire, preparing their gun and camp for a shooting demonstration. Their presence worked to reel the attention in of the onlookers at the event for the Fulton Log House......
      Hometown: Greensburg, PA

    • Keeping History Alive

      Keeping History Alive

      Photo by Staff Sgt. Dalton Smith   |   354th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment   |   05.20.2018

      Spc. John Irish, a public affairs specialist with the 354th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, a U.S. Army Reserve unit based out of Coraopolis, Pa., left, interviews James Sims, a reenactor with Knap’s Independent Battery “E,” a local Civil War reenacting group from southwestern Pennsylvania, right, during a living history event in Upper St. Clair, Pa., May 19, 2018. (U.S. Army photo by......
      Hometown: Greensburg, PA