FORT MEADE

Nebraska National Guard Soldiers compete in U.S. Army's grueling 2017 Best Ranger Competition

FORT BENNING, Ga. Imagine an extremely physical competition that lasts for over 60 continuous hours, requiring competitors to travel nearly 100 miles on foot at times carrying up to 80 pounds of equipment without any scheduled sleep and a limited food supply. Sound brutal? That is exactly what three Nebraska
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NIOC Colorado Sailors Welcome Medal of Honor Recipients

Story by PO2 Robert Hartland on 04/19/2017 DENVER (NNS) Sailors assigned to Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC) Colorado/Task Force 1080 joined other service members to render honors for two Medal of Honor recipients at Denver International Airport April 3. Six Sailors, 12 Soldiers and one Coast Guardsman gathered at the
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NY Army National Guard photojournalist is the Army's Military Photographer of the Year

Story by Eric Durr on 04/12/2017 When it comes to taking great photographs it's not the equipment, or even the training that makes the picture, says New York Army National Guard Sgt. Harley Jelis. What matters most is getting the subjects to know you, said Jelis, a photojournalist assigned to
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Electron Recon Brigade Soldiers run to support SHARP awareness month

Story by SSG Cashmere Jefferson on 04/11/2017 FORT MEADE, Md. - Soldiers of the 704th Military Intelligence Brigade, 'Electron Recon', came together for a brigade run to show their support for Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, or SAAPM, April 7. The Army's 2017 theme, "Sexual Assault. Sexual Harassment. Not
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741st Military Intelligence Battalion honors senior leader at Retirement Ceremony

Story by SSG Cashmere Jefferson on 04/07/2017 FORT MEADE, Maryland On an afternoon that was both reminiscent and bright, Master Sgt. Anthony Good retired from the Army April 5, after 20 years of faithful service. "With all things, you have to know when it's time to pass the baton," said
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Executive Assistant to the CMSAF shares experience with 70th ISRW Airmen

Story by SSgt Anthony Hyatt on 04/03/2017 Glascock manages an eight-person staff and is the lead action officer and principal advisor for issues affecting more than 397,000 Airmen. She reviews and provides the enlisted perspective recommendation on DoD and AF policy; manages and schedules all CMSAF speaking activities, international enlisted
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