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While Army family programs will remain a top priority for the service, the current fiscal situation means cuts and readjustments will have to be made, the Army's top leaders said Oct. 21, 2013.
The Program Executive Office for Ammunition's Enhanced Performance Round program shaved off more than $20 million dollars in a value engineering project aimed at renovating the bullet production lines and improving the program's purchasing strategies.
Soldiers with F Company, 5th Battalion, 101st Combat Aviation Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault,) Pathfinders, conducted the unit's last scheduled jump, at Corregidor Drop Zone, on Fort Campbell, Ky., Oct. 16, 2013.
Vice Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. John F. Campbell said non-commissioned officers remain the backbone of the force, and are especially critical as the Army downsizes and the world becomes more dangerous.
Countries throughout the Asia-Pacific region are "excited by our increased participation here," said the Army's top general in that area.
Budget cuts, sequestration and continuing resolutions have exacted "great cost" on Army readiness, said the Army's secretary during the opening of the 2013 Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting and Exposition, held at the convention center in Washington, D.C.
The top U.S. Army command in South Korea revitalized its physical readiness training program.
Aron Rono led the U.S. All-Army Team to a second-place finish, Oct. 20, 2013, behind Brazil in the 29th running of the Army Ten-Miler on a crisp, sunny morning.
Fort Belvoir, Va., hosted the Army's first official Executive Resilience and Performance Course for Army leaders, Oct. 17, 2013.
Ten students from the UMass Lowell Co-op Scholars Program worked during the summer with the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, as part of the Harnessing Emerging Research Opportunities to Empower Soldiers, or HEROES, program.
The wounded warriors who raced in the Army Ten-Miler are an inspiration to the nation, said the Army's top enlisted advisor.
The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command is warning the greater Army community about the potential dangers of using non-DOD sanctioned applications to access Defense Finance Accounting Services accounts.
The Army's Rapid Equipping Force plays such an important role in providing Soldiers with what they need to complete their mission that its commander is confident his organization will continue in one form or another even after budget cuts shrink the Army.
As former Army Capt. William D. Swenson was inducted into the Pentagon Hall of Heroes, Oct. 16, 2013, Secretary of the Army John McHugh announced a directive to improve the Medal of Honor nomination and review process.
Spc. Flavia Veiga, a human resources specialist with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team, and her husband, Staff Sgt. Sanel Klebic, a supply sergeant with the 20th Engineer Brigade, are one of many couples who have been working on remaining resilient and cultivating a marriage while being separated by distance and duty.
On opposite sides of the continent sit two Military Ocean Terminals unassumingly shipping munitions across the globe. With an air of efficiency only achieved after decades of operations, the ports neither hide nor broadcast their operations; they simply accomplish their mission: to safely provide ammunition terminal services to meet the nation's objectives.
Army engineers are joining forces with industry to simplify the service's tactical communications network by uniting fragmented capabilities and taking a holistic approach to network advancement.
U.S. Special Operations Command wants its operators to be protected with what it informally calls an "Iron Man" suit, named after the fictional superhero.
Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 14th Field Artillery, held a 10-day exercise, Sept. 22 through Oct. 1, 2013, with the host nation's 97th Heavy Artillery Regiment, in the United Arab Emirates.
In 2009, the Army's secretary directed the creation of 15 slots for "special victim prosecutors." Last summer, that number grew to 24. These Army lawyers enhance the prosecution of offenders with increased expertise, unique training, and specialization.