Capt. Richelle Treece of the Oklahoma Army National Guard uses a family tragedy and her athletic ability to raise funds and awareness for cancer research. Package ready to air. CG: Major Michael Urrutia Capt. Treece's former TAC officer :21 - :34 Captain Richelle Treece Logistics officer :48 - 1:08 Derek Swartzendruber Assistant Coach, Sandro Sampaio Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 1:45 - 1:58
Taken: 01.10.2016 | Video by Spc. Nicole Baker
Soldiers of Bravo Battery, 1st Battalion, 160th Field Artillery Regiment, 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, fire their howitzer during a fire mission coordinated by 1st Lt. Kayla Christopher, the Oklahoma Army National Guard's first qualified female field artillery officer, during training at Fort Riley, near Junction City, Kansas on June 8. (Oklahoma Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Anthony Jones/Released)
Taken: 06.08.2016 | Photo by Sgt. Anthony Jones
“FIRE MISSION! FIRE MISSION! FIRE MISSION!” The call to action rang out across the artillery gun line and without hesitation Soldiers sprang into action. One cannon crewmember dashed to the nearby ammunition stockpile and began preparing a shell while another checked the big gun’s sights as targeting information was relayed to their section. Moments later, the command “FIRE” was shouted and with a thunderous boom the Soldiers operating Gun 1, Bravo Battery, 1st Battalion, 160th Field Artillery Regiment, 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team sent their shell hurtling toward its final destination – an impact area on Fort Riley, Kansas. Three more cracks of thunder came from the gun line, as the other sections sent their...
06.08.2016 | FORT RILEY, KS, US | Story by Sgt. Anthony Jones