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    Eyes of the artillery stay sharp

    Eyes of the artillery stay sharp

    07.24.2016 | Courtesy Photo
    Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Steven Littlefield, 1st Battalion 101st Field Artillery Regiment Artillery Observers from the 1st Battalion 101st...

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    1-101 FA Open School alongside Village Elders

    06.26.2010 | Story by 2nd Lt. Jordan Breau
    Lieutenant Colonel James Hally, commander of the 1st Battalion, 101st Field Artillery Regiment and the Deputy Minister of Education of Afghanistan, Mohammad Sediq Pattman stood alongside the village elders of Ali Khail on June 16 to cut the ceremonial ribbon to officially open the school for students of the Deh Sabz region.

    Team Soldiering on After Tragic Loss

    05.11.2010 | Story by 2nd Lt. Jordan Breau
    Embedded Training Team 6-1, from A Battery, 1st Battalion, 101st Field Artillery Regiment, Danvers, Mass., took a collective sigh of relief as they hopped in their up-armored Humvees and headed back to Camp Phoenix, Afghanistan. They had just completed their first mission since the death of their teammate, U.S. Army Sgt. Robert Barrett. The loss devastated the 1-101 FA and the members of the ETT. The ETT was Barrett's team, these were the...

    Afghan policemen get back to basics

    05.09.2010 | Story by 2nd Lt. Jordan Breau
    Thirteen members of Police Mentor Team 5 from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 1st Battalion, 101st Field Artillery, (1-101) Massachusetts Army National Guard, conducted the first class of a six-week training program, May 9, 2010. The Directed District Development (D3) training program aims to legitimize and enhance the skills of the police department to better serve and protect the local community of Mir Bacha Kot, Afghanistan.