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Deputy Commanding General, U.S. Army Human Resources Command retires

Story by Fonda Bock on 10/18/2017 FORT KNOX, Ky. -- After 32 years of Army service, the Deputy Commanding General for the U.S. Army Human Resources Command retired at a ceremony here, Sept. 22. McLean, Mississippi native, Brig. Gen. Barbara Owens, one of only two African American female general officer
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Army Contracting Officer's Journey

Story by Kari Hawkins on 09/14/2017 The journey of an Army officer was celebrated Sept. 8 by the Redstone Arsenal contracting community as the insignia of a full-bird colonel was placed on his uniform's shoulder boards. Col. William Trimble, the military deputy director for the Army Contracting Command-Redstone, was surrounded
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Hundreds of American flags placed on sacred monument for Memorial Day

Story by SSG Ken Scar on 05/26/2017 Volunteers gathered in Clemson University's Memorial Park Thursday, May 25 to place 489 flags on the Scroll of Honor - one for every Clemson alumnus who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country - in preparation for Memorial Day observances. The Scroll of
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ROTC cadet becomes second lieutenant, engaged in one great afternoon

Story by SSG Ken Scar on 05/10/2017 CLEMSON, S.C. It's easy to underestimate the enormous amount of work and dedication it takes to complete the Reserve Officers' Training Corps program at a top-tier university. Cadets have to complete all required Army training to become officers while at the same time
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Detachment 6 of the 335th Signal Command (Theater) deploys for Mideast mission

Story by SSG Ken Scar on 02/12/2017 A sobering reminder that the Army's obligations in Iraq and Afghanistan are not finished played out Sunday, Feb. 12 at the U.S. Army Reserve's 335th Signal Command (Theater) headquarters in East Point, Ga., as eighteen Soldiers with Detachment 6 formed up, said goodbye
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392nd ESB returns from nine-month deployment to Middle East

Story by SSG Ken Scar on 02/08/2017 FORT HOOD, Texas Some 300 weary but excited members of the 392nd Expeditionary Signal Battalion gathered in Fort Hood's Howze Theater Monday, February 6 to celebrate being back on American soil after spending nine months scattered across the Middle East providing signal support
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