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    DAILY CHARGE, THE

    Daily Charge, The

    Daily Charge, The

    The Daily Charge is an authorized publication for members of the U.S. Army. Contents of The Daily Charge are not necessarily official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, Department of Defense, Department of the Army or the First Cavalry Division. All editorial content of Crossed Sabers is prepared, edited, provided and approved by the 1st Cavalry Division Public Affairs Office.

    PUBLICATION INFO

    Unit: Headquarters, 1st Cavalry Division Public Affairs
    Latest Issue: 08.11.2009
    Total Issues: 582

    PUBLIC DOMAIN  

    Daily Charge, The - 08.11.2009

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    Micro grants help Baghdad communities; Congressman visits Stryker Brigade; Electronics help defeat the enemy; Soldiers train, maintain marksmanship skills

    Daily Charge, The - 08.10.2009

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    Soldiers bring promise to factory association; Soldiers think green, recycle at Victory Base Complex; Training keeps Daggers sharp.

    Daily Charge, The - 08.07.2009

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    Engineers continue to build partnership; Cavalry leaders observe Iraqi training; GMAV takes extra eyes to battlefield

    Daily Charge, The - 08.07.2009

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    Forces plan to restore ancient arch; Cavalry keeps eyes, ears open; Joint engineer mission spans Tigris

    Daily Charge, The - 08.06.2009

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    Cavalry secures the belt of Baghdad; Black Knight medics treat Soldiers; Month of generosity celebrated in Iraq

    Daily Charge, The - 08.05.2009

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    Medical Soldiers operate trauma lane; Paratroopers own the night mission; Zaidon facility provides clean water.

    Daily Charge, The



    PUBLICATION INFO

    Unit: Headquarters, 1st Cavalry Division Public Affairs
    Latest Issue: 08.11.2009
    Total Issues: 582

    PUBLIC DOMAIN