FORT DETRICK

WSOC Soldiers provides space support to the Warfighter

Story by Carrie David on 02/23/2017 REDSTONE ARSENAL, Alabama -- A fleet commander floating in the Atlantic Ocean cannot locate a satellite to establish a secret communication line because he has veered off course. What does he do? He calls the Soldiers of the Wideband Satellite Communications Operations Center. There
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MDG SNCOs tops AFMS' 2016 awards

Story by SrA Areca T. Bell on 02/23/2017 JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, Va.--Not one, but two Airmen assigned to the 633rd Medical Group, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia were the recipients of top honors for their work in support of the Air Force's mission, for the year 2016. U.S. Air Force Senior
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Fort Detrick Soldier Takes World Title at Super Bowl of Archery'

Perfecting exhaling techniques and shooting at a target is what every soldier has had to perfect at some point in their Army career. For Sgt. 1st Class Paul Miller those techniques proved crucial in proving his archery skills at the Vegas Shoot, the world's largest and most prestigious indoor archery
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Fort Detrick Soldier Takes World Title at Super Bowl of Archery'

Perfecting exhaling techniques and shooting at a target is what every soldier has had to perfect at some point in their Army career. For Sgt. 1st Class Paul Miller those techniques proved crucial in proving his archery skills at the Vegas Shoot, the world's largest and most prestigious indoor archery
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Service Members and State Employees Recognized for Service to Arkansas

Story by SGT Stephen Wright on 01/24/2017 The selected individuals were chosen based on six different categories; an Army and Air Force active duty service member, an Army and Air Force federal technician, and two state civilian employees, one in an administrative category and another from a non-administrative category. Maj.
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Garcia Promoted to Commander, Witnessed by Family and Friends

Story by Julius Evans on 11/16/2016 Often, the significance of an event can be based on how well it was attended and by the distance people traveled to be present. At a ceremony held on Fort Detrick, Maryland, Sept. 1, travel not only spanned distances, it spanned time as well.
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NMETC Headquarters Selects Its Best for 16

Story by Larry Coffey on 11/03/2016 Navy Medicine Education and Training Command (NMETC) selected Petty Officer 1st Class (SW/AW) Jacquelyn D. Childs, the NMETC deputy public affairs officer (DPAO), as the NMETC Senior SOY, and Petty Officer 2nd Class (FMF) Stephanie Montenegro, NMETC's administration leading petty officer (LPO), as the
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Naval Medical Logistics Command Ensures Life-Saving Breast Screening Equipment reaches Military Treatment Facilities Globally

Story by Julius Evans on 10/18/2016 Many know October is Women's Health and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. What might not be common knowledge is how Naval Medical Logistics Command (NMLC) supports women's health and breast cancer prevention. One way NMLC helps is by ordering practically all mammography equipment that land-based
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Guardian Shield, 2016

Story by SGT Audrey Hayes on 08/17/2016 CHARLESTON, S.C.-- Digital scales, white-powder residue and multiple bags of leafy greens laid spread across the coffee table. "Come on man, just take a hit. I don't know you, so how else am I supposed to trust you?" asked the drug dealer. "Man,
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New sheriff in town for Recruiting Station Frederick

Story by Sgt Anthony Kirby on 07/28/2016 After serving 3 years as the recruiting station's commanding officer, Maj. Paul B. Bock handed over responsibilities to the new RS commanding officer, Maj. Luke A. Sauber. "Leaving here is bittersweet," said Bock. "The Marines have performed like the champions they are, and
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