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Midnight oil burns bright during VR16 Midnight oil burns bright during VR16
Spc. Latosha Smith, of Indianapolis, Indiana, logistics communications liaison assistant, updates her supply request log book in the Task Force 38 Joint Operations...
Vibrant Response 2016 Vibrant Response 2016
Key leaders for Task Force 76 brief distinguish visitors on the details of Vibrant Response, at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, May 13, 2016. Among the visitors were Maj....
Vibrant Response offers realistic training Vibrant Response offers realistic training
Kevin Kirmse, left, a senior exercise planner goes over the work schedule with Sgt.1st Class Oscar Rodriguez, the operations sergeant, both of U.S. Army North out of...
Resiliency Campus builds stronger mind, body, spirit Resiliency Campus builds stronger mind, body, spirit
U.S. Army Capt. Dale Braxton, assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Co., 62nd Engineer Bn., works out on suspension training equipment Feb. 24, 2016, at Fort...
82nd Airborne Division completes training at Fort Hood 82nd Airborne Division completes training at Fort Hood
Paratroopers from 82nd Airborne Division file onto a C-130 Hercules aircraft prior to departing Fort Hood, Feb. 11, after conducting an emergency deployment readiness...
Copperas Cove SWAT continues resiliency training Copperas Cove SWAT continues resiliency training
Members of the Copperas Cove SWAT team conduct weapon drills, the same that are taught during Army basic marksmanship training, following TRX training circuit Dec. 16...


Recent Video

Vibrant Response 16: CBRN Soldiers Vibrant Response 16: CBRN Soldiers
Mr. Kevin Kirmse, a senior exercise planner with U.S. Army North discusses the role of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRN) soldiers and assisting...
Vibrant Response 2016 SPC Smith Vibrant Response 2016 SPC Smith
Indiana National Guard deployed to Camp Atterbury to train on disaster relief and we look at one soldier who learned just how big a part they play.
VR16: Command and Control Response Element VR16: Command and Control Response Element
Members from Task Force 76 briefed senior military and civilian leaders on the progress of the Command and Control CBRNE Response Elements (C2CRE-A) which are...
Vibrant Response 2016: Command and Control Response Element Vibrant Response 2016: Command and Control Response Element
Members from Task Force 76 briefed senior military and civilian leaders on the progress of the Command and Control CBRNE Response Elements (C2CRE-A) which are...
Vibrant Response 2016: Interoperability Vibrant Response 2016: Interoperability
The Emergency Support Function (ESF) consists of role players that represent different federal, state, and non-governmental agencies that provide real world...
Vibrant Response 2016: Ready and Resilient Vibrant Response 2016: Ready and Resilient
MSG Charles Henry, Plans NCOIC, G5-Task Force 38, explains the significance of soldiers being trained for emergency situations that require a strategic partnership...


Recent News Stories

Midnight oil burns bright during VR16 Midnight oil burns bright during VR16
CAMP ATTERBURY, Indiana – The midnight oil burned bright May 13, at the Indiana National Guard's Camp Atterbury during Vibrant Response 2016, as service members and...
Vibrant Response offers realistic training Vibrant Response offers realistic training
CAMP ATTERBURY, Indiana – If there were ever another disastrous attack on U.S. soil, joint forces would have to combine their professional techniques and put them...
Resiliency Campus builds stronger mind, body, spirit Resiliency Campus builds stronger mind, body, spirit
The Fort Hood Resiliency Campus is keeping busy with its mission to strengthen the Army profession and support the Ft. Hood community in mind, body and spirit.
Copperas Cove SWAT continues resiliency training Copperas Cove SWAT continues resiliency training
Under bright skies and a cool breeze, the Copperas Cove Special Weapons and Tactics team returned to the Great Place for the second iteration of their three-part...
A safer way of winning A safer way of winning
Thirty-eight units with the 1st Medical Brigade received safety awards December 18, 2015 at the Palmer Theater on Fort Hood, Texas.
Copperas Cove SWAT continues resiliency training Copperas Cove SWAT continues resiliency training
Under bright skies and a cool breeze, the Copperas Cove Special Weapons and Tactics team returned to the Great Place for the second iteration of their three-part...


Recent Audio

Motorcycle Mentorship Program- Radio
Motorcycle safety is important for everyone on the road. Army sergeant Christal Crawford caught up with Soldiers from the 206th Military Intelligence Battalion for...
Best by Test
The Steel Dragons held a competition to establish the best squad in the company. Sgt Christal Crawford spoke with the winner of the combatives portion.
Interview with MG Burt Francisco
An interview B-Roll package with Maj. Gen. Burt Francisco.
Interview with MG Charles Gailes
An interview B-Roll package Maj. Gen. Charles Gailes.
Army Reserve Engagement Cell
B-roll. Sgt. 1st Class Jennifer Reyna explains the Army Reserve Engagement Cell. Interview conducted by Sgt. Ange Desinor, 13th Public Affairs DET.
Joint Visitor's Bureau
Sgt. 1st Class Jennifer Reyna explains how the Joint Visitor's Bureau at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center operates. Army Sgt. Christal Crawford has the radio story.