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Eighth Army marked the third anniversary of the North Korean attack on the Republic of Korea Navy Ship Cheonan that claimed the lives of 46 ROK Sailors.
In USAREC's geographically dispersed command, leaders, Soldiers and families alike rely heavily on their Soldier and Family Assistance program manager, or SFA, to fill the shoes of an entire Army Community Service office. Located in each recruiting brigade and battalion headquarters, a single SFA provides his or her families the whole gamut of services available on an installation.
When a South Dakota beef producer voiced concerns over the safety of its product to a meat inspection staff, the Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory at South Dakota State University, called on the Food Emergency Response Network for help in early January. Within a few days, the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command's chemical-biological center answered.
With two units now readying for Afghanistan with the Army's new tactical communications network, the service will continue to drive technology forward through its next Network Integration Evaluation this spring.
Nearly 40 North Dakota National Guard members who took part in a U.S. Army Africa exercise in Cameroon are back home as their Central African military counterparts develop follow-on plans for using their newly learned skills.
Aerial demonstrations have been halted. Army band performances and the Army Birthday Ball are canceled. Communities across America are seeing less of the United States Army because of sequestration.
Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer Derrick Davenport remembers the bitter taste of defeat during last year's Culinary Olympics in Germany.
The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) took charge of military operations from the 1st Infantry Division in eastern Afghanistan, March 14, 2013, in a ceremony on Bagram Airfield.
Reducing the Army's infrastructure footprint would result in more money for training, modernization and personnel, said a top Army official.
The U.S. Army's top operational command in Korea is training for its primary mission as a combined and joint task force headquarters during Exercise Key Resolve 2013.
In honor of National Engineers Week, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District employees presented structural engineering, alternative energy and fire-protection concepts to Department of Defense Dependents Schools-Europe students, Feb. 19-21, 2013, at Wiesbaden Middle School, Germany.
Senior members of the Army Air Operations Group, U.S. Army Military District of Washington participated in a legislative professional development seminar on Capitol Hill to familiarize themselves with the role the military has in the legislative process, March 8, 2013.
Caring for a pet requires a lot more than simply feeding the animal. That's one of the lessons several younger participants learned in the Wiesbaden American Red Cross' Pet First Aid class.
Scientists and engineers at Picatinny Arsenal, N.J., have volunteered their time to mentor local students in a robotics competition as part of an ongoing effort to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics education to students.
With the help of the Army Sustainment Command, about 100 computers were donated to Riverdale Community Unit School District 100 from Rock Island Arsenal, March 13.
Upcoming furloughs for Army civilians, along with budget cuts, will affect the Army's ability to provide behavioral health care to Soldiers, an official said.
The Executive Director of the Army National Military Cemeteries announced in a hearing, March 13, 2013, that most of Arlington National Cemetery civilian employees will be exempt from defense-related furloughs for fiscal year 2013.
The Army projects a decrease in 10,000 to 14,000 recruits across the services this fiscal year as military entrance processing stations shut down one day per week.
As the Army draws down, it's important for Soldiers to keep their records up-to-date for promotions, assignments and retention decisions, personnel officials said.
Eating on the go can be tough, especially when your job requires you to fly an aircraft for the U.S. military. The Aircrew Build to Order Meal Module (ABOMM), designed by the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center's Department of Defense Combat Feeding Directorate, or CFD, will make refueling these aviators a lot easier.