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Engineers bridging on the bayou Engineers bridging on the bayou
Soldiers from the 2225th MRBC use ropes and lifts to attach a ramp to a bay section of an Improved Ribbon Bridge as part of training exercise on Lacombe Bayou in...
215th Mobile Public Affairs recruits with community outreach 215th Mobile Public Affairs recruits with community outreach
Soldiers of the 215th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment provide a free seminar to instruct and demonstrate photography and videography to high school and college age...
Under the Southern Cross on Guadalcanal Under the Southern Cross on Guadalcanal
Adolph Al Bernacki in a quiet moment during the island hoping campaign - Bouganville Campaign. (Digitally re-touched photo provided by Adolph Al Bernacki, U.S. Army,...
Aboard the USS Utah (BB-31) Aboard the USS Utah (BB-31)
President-elect, Herbert Hoover and Battleship USS Utah (BB-31), 1928; President-elect Herbert Hoover with members of his staff including his wife Lou Henry Hoover...
Tin-Can Navy Adventures and Combat in the Korean War Tin-Can Navy Adventures and Combat in the Korean War
The USS Strong (DD-758) is an Allen M. Sumner-class destroyer, the second destroyer to be named for James H. Strong, a notable naval commander of Union forces during...
Transiting the Big Ditch in 52 Transiting the Big Ditch in 52
Destroyer USS Strong transiting the Panama Canal May 1952, View of the Panama Canal and locks from the deck of the USS Strong. Strong was attached to Destroyer...


Recent Video

MG Visot Talks about Army Reserve Recruitment in the Community MG Visot Talks about Army Reserve Recruitment in the...
MG Visot talks about the importance of the Army All-American Bowl. He also discusses Army Reserve recruitment in the community and his appreciation of the support...
Cadet Commissioning Ceremony at Army All-American Bowl Cadet Commissioning Ceremony at Army All-American Bowl
Local Cadets Brian Timmons and Thomas Mata commissioned by Maj. Gen. Peggy Combs, Commanding General, U.S. Army Cadet Command.
Medical Professionals Tour Army Counterparts Medical Professionals Tour Army Counterparts
Medical professionals from across the United States participated in a two-day event as part of the 2015 Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas. Day one featured...
A Coach's Return to the Army All-American Bowl A Coach's Return to the Army All-American Bowl
The head coach of the West Team speaks about how he enjoys helping young athletes and the appreciation he has for the Army Soldiers mentoring the players.
2015 All American Bowl skills challenge 2015 All American Bowl skills challenge
Participants in the 2015 Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio compete in an East versus West skills challenge that included push-up, sit-up, and an eating competition.
Spc. Scott Yves Spc. Scott Yves
Spc. Scott Yves sends a greeting to Atlanta, Georgia from New Orleans for Holiday Season 2014.


Recent News Stories

215th Mobile Public Affairs recruits with community outreach 215th Mobile Public Affairs recruits with community outreach
A break in winter temperatures, bright sun and warm breeze March 7, brought Soldiers of the 215th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment out to City Park to conduct free...
Engineers bridging on the bayou Engineers bridging on the bayou
How would you like to face the crashing waves of the Louisiana Gulf in small boats and build a bridge at the same time? For the Guardsmen of the 2225th Multi-Role...
Under the Southern Cross on Guadalcanal Under the Southern Cross on Guadalcanal
“The bush in front of me blew apart, up jumps a skinny little Japanese Soldier, clad only in shorts and holding up a (Arisaka) .25-caliber rifle. Grinning, he pulls...
Tin can Navy adventures and combat in the Korean War Tin can Navy adventures and combat in the Korean War
The night illumination star-shell flare exploded, bathing the North Korean sampan in a brilliant wash of light as the USS Strong (DD-758), an Allen M. Summer class...
Carroll focuses on the future of the 377th TSC Carroll focuses on the future of the 377th TSC
Just weeks after taking the reins of the 377th Theater Sustainment Command, Maj. Gen. Les Carroll set out to explain the way forward to senior leadership and units...
The Army Reserve’s largest command has a new leader The Army Reserve’s largest command has a new leader
On Aug. 16, 2014, Soldiers of the 377th Theater Sustainment Command and honored guests gathered to celebrate one of the of the U.S military’s longest standing...




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Balad and Beyond
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Features stories on U.S. Army Soldiers serving around Balad, Iraq. Produced by 215th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment.