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38th Mountain View Calif. Spring Family Parade 38th Mountain View Calif. Spring Family Parade
Mountain View, Calif. – Residents of Mountain View Calif. pose for a photograph with Soldiers of the 351st Civil Affairs Command prior to the start of the 38th...
38th Mountain View Calif. Spring Family Parade 38th Mountain View Calif. Spring Family Parade
351st Civil Affairs Command Headquarters Soldiers and their families pose for a group photo at the conclusion of the 38th Annual Mountain View Spring Family Parade in...
USACAPOC 2016 Best Warrior Competition USACAPOC 2016 Best Warrior Competition
Spc. Nicholas Ladolcetta, a soldier with the 151st Theater Information Operations Group evacuates a casualty during the tactical combat casualty care lane at the U.S....
USACAPOC 2016 Best Warrior Competition Night Qualification USACAPOC 2016 Best Warrior Competition Night Qualification
Spc. Jessie Guerrero, a soldier with the 151st Theater Information Operations Group fires the M16 during night qualification event at the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and...
416th CA Bn. (Abn.) Soldier and 1st CAG Marines assess structural damage to buildings inside the Infantry Immersion Trainer (IIT) 416th CA Bn. (Abn.) Soldier and 1st CAG Marines assess...
A 416th CA Bn. (Abn.) Soldier and 1st CAG Marines assess structural damage to buildings inside the Infantry Immersion Trainer (IIT). (Photo by 1st Marine Division...
Civil Affairs Command completes change of command, ready for more Pacific operations Civil Affairs Command completes change of command, ready...
The former commander of the 351st Civil Affairs Command, Brig. Gen. Stephen K. Curda passes the unit flag, or “colors” of the 351st Civil Affairs Command to Maj....



Recent News Stories

416th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne) and U.S. Marines build trust and confidence in first joint Civil Affairs training 416th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne) and U.S....
The 416th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne) conducted its first joint training this summer with U.S. Marines of the 1st Civil Affairs Group, I Marine Expeditionary...
Civil Affairs Command completes change of command, ready for more Pacific operations Civil Affairs Command completes change of command, ready...
Blue California skies and beautiful weather served as the backdrop for the pageantry and ceremony as Soldiers of the 351st Civil Affairs Command welcomed their new...
Army Reserve civil affairs soldiers earn Italian jump wings Army Reserve civil affairs soldiers earn Italian jump wings
There’s a rush of adrenaline for an airborne soldier when the jumpmaster shouts, “Stand by!” That means the soldiers are seconds away from that final command of...
Pacific-aligned Civil Affairs Command welcomes new commander Pacific-aligned Civil Affairs Command welcomes new commander
While the games of 30th Olympiad were played in London and just hours before the suspenseful landing of NASA’s Curiosity on the surface of Mars, the U.S. Army Civil...
California-based US Army Civil Affairs Command says farewell to commander California-based US Army Civil Affairs Command says...
Thirteen thunderous blank volleys from howitzer cannons shook historic Moffett Field, California, May 6, as nearly 1,000 civilians and service members honored the...
Medical training key for sustainable capacity building during Philippine, U.S. combined exercise Medical training key for sustainable capacity building...
Exercise Balikatan 2012, in its 28th iteration, is focusing on capacity building during its humanitarian civic assistance projects within local communities, as it did...