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    • Fleet Week San Diego 2017

      Fleet Week San Diego 2017

      Photo by Seaman Reymundo Villegas   |   Navy Public Affairs Support Element West   |   10.12.2017

      SAN DIEGO (Oct. 12, 2017) Cpl. Jon Steinberger, from Jeffersonville, Ind., left, and Lance Cpl. Bradley Cason, from Hayden, Ala., are interviewed by a local news network during Fleet Week San Diego. Fleet Week offers the public an opportunity to meet Sailors, Marines, and Coast Guard members, and gain a better understanding of how sea services support the national defense of the United States......
      Hometown: Hayden, AL

    • Not One Drop

      Not One Drop

      Video by Lance Cpl. Bernadette Wildes   |   III Marine Expeditionary Force   |   10.05.2017

      U.S. Marines with III Marine Expeditionary Force talk about the dangers of drunk driving. NCOs remind their peers of the importance of “Not One Drop If You’re Driving.” Marines featured: Sgt. Evan Williams, supply administrative specialist, MTACS – 18, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing Cpl. Jordan White, water supply technician, 3rd Medical Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group Sgt. Michael......
      Hometown: Birmingham, AL

    • Sheppard in Photos

      Sheppard in Photos

      Photo by Staff Sgt. Kyle Gese   |   82nd Training Wing /PA   |   09.20.2017

      U.S. Army Pvt. Erica Alexander, 366th Training Squadron water and fuel systems student, is a native of Birmingham, Alabama, and represents joint students in the water and fuel systems course at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, Sept. 19, 2017. Students in this course learn how to manage plumbing, wastewater collection systems, liquid fuel storage and natural gas distribution. (U.S. Air Force......
      Hometown: Birmingham, AL

    • 80th Training Command Celebrates 100 Years of Excellence and New Leadership

      80th Training Command Celebrates 100 Years of Excellence and New Leadership

      Story by Sgt. 1st Class Elizabeth Breckenkamp   |   80th Training Command (Reserve)   |   09.20.2017

      FORT LEE, Virginia – Soldiers, civilians and families of the 80th Training Command bid farewell to Maj. Gen. A.C. Roper and welcomed Maj. Gen. Bruce E. Hackett during a change of command ceremony held here Sept. 17, 2017....
      Hometown: Birmingham, AL

    • Passing the 80th's Colors

      Passing the 80th's Colors

      Photo by Maj. Addie Leonhardt   |   80th Training Command (Reserve)   |   09.19.2017

      (Second from left) Command Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Darlington, command sergeant major of the 80th Training Command, hands the unit's colors to outgoing commander Maj. Gen. A.C. Roper at the 80th's change of command ceremony at Fort Lee, Virginia, Sept. 17, 2017....
      Hometown: Birmingham, AL

    • Moving


      Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Gary Witte   |   642nd Regional Support Group   |   09.14.2017

      U.S. Army Spc. Kayteria Knott of Tuscaloosa, Ala., moves cots for a unit bivouac site Aug. 19 as part of a two-week combat training exercise at Fort McClellan, Ala. The Army Reserve unit is based in Decatur, Ga. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Gary A. Witte, 642nd Regional Support Group)...
      Hometown: Tuscaloosa, AL

    • Hurricane Harvey – Soldiers Supply Hay Bales to Stranded Cattle

      Hurricane Harvey – Soldiers Supply Hay Bales to Stranded Cattle

      Photo by Spc. Dustin Biven   |   22nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment   |   09.04.2017

      Staff Sgt. Ronald Cherry, a Soldier assigned to Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 169th Aviation Regiment from the Alabama Army National Guard, monitors the CH-47 Chinook helicopter’s performance during flight while en route to deliver hay bales to cattle that have been stranded by Hurricane Harvey near Hampshire, Texas on Sep. 3, 2017. The Department of Defense is conducting Defense Support of......
      Hometown: Sylacauga, AL

    • Leading by a full-bore example

      Leading by a full-bore example

      Story by Capt. Colin Cutler   |   926th Engineer Brigade   |   08.27.2017

      All Soldiers are leaders regardless of their rank. The way in which they use their influence is a matter of their own character. Staff Sgt. Douglas Brill demonstrates character of the highest order in that he recognizes he must act in such a way that illustrates a motivated and determined Soldier so that those around him are influenced to act accordingly. We examine his journey, contributions......
      Hometown: Birmingham, AL