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Army Reserve Sustainment Command Soldiers part of joint task force to inventory weapons and parts

Story by SSG Sheila Holifield on 08/03/2016 ANNISTON, Ala. Soldiers with the Army Reserve Sustainment Command teamed up with U.S. Navy and Air Force Reservists to form a task force of more than 100 Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen selected by Defense Logistics Agency's (DLA) Distribution Center at the Anniston Army
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Saving 'Willie:' familiar assault vehicle finds its way back to Devil Dogs

Story by Terrance Bell on 01/14/2016 FORT LEE, Va. - An amphibious assault vehicle that symbolized the Marine presence at the Ordnance School when it was located at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., has made its way back to the Devil Dogs. Dubbed "Willie the Whale," the LVT-4 was moved here
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AMC reflects on successful year with global impact

Story by Megan Gully on 12/07/2015 ANNISTON, Ala. - "As our Army remains forward-engaged and deployed around the world, so does the Army Materiel Command," said Gen. Dennis L. Via, AMC's commanding general. This was especially true of 2015, a year which saw the Army engaged on several continents across
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TFT and joint teammates make THAAD missile movement history

By Maj. Joel Seppala, operations officer Task Force Talon, 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam As members of Task Force Talon, the Guam-based Terminal High Altitude Area Defense-centric unit tasked to defend Guam against ballistic missile attacks, along with their joint and interagency teammates
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DCMA New Cumberland applauds past, celebrates future during change of command

Lt. Col. Jason Good replaced Lt. Col. Dexter Daniel as Defense Contract Management Agency New Cumberland commander during an Army change of command ceremony at the Defense Distribution Center Susquehanna here. The agency's Chief Operations Officer Marie Greening attended the ceremony after conducting a Town Hall meeting to explain the
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Developing an Army energy information management plan from the ground up

Story by Julia Bobick on 10/22/2014 HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - You have to know where you are now to know where you are going. That's the essence of energy information management (EIM). "EIM is all about delivering installations a clear energy picture of where they are now how much energy are
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Chemical demilitarization program nearing the end for Huntsville Center

Story by Julia Bobick on 07/31/2014 HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Designated as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Life Cycle Project Manager for Chemical Demilitarization more than 24 years ago, the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville's chemical demilitarization program is now nearing the end of its mission. The completion
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2nd CEB's ABVs receive important upgrades

Story by Cpl Scott Whiting on 09/09/2013 MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. - Firing more than 1,700 pounds of explosives into a mine field the assault breaching vehicle is one of the best tools the Marine Corps has to clear paths for tanks and other vehicles through dangerous ground.
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TAN teammates conclude ambitious Black History Month commemoration

Story by Todd Lyman on 03/05/2013 KABUL, Afghanistan - A dozen U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic District North (TAN) employees recently concluded an ambitious Black History Month commemoration. February activities included weekly movie nights, Famous Black Faces' quizzes with prizes for the winners, a poster contest, a silent auction
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Breaching the future

Story by SGT Erik Anderson on 01/13/2012 FORT BENNING, Ga. - Combat engineers assigned to 3rd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, at Fort Benning, Ga., are the first deployable unit to receive the latest in breaching technology, the Assault Breacher Vehicle. Beginning Jan. 11 and continuing through February,
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