FORT HAMILTON

35th ADA Brigade MEDICS Qualify for the Coveted Expert Field Medical Badge

Story by CPT Marion Jo Nederhoed on 10/09/2018 Currently, less than 10% of all Soldiers in the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) have earned their Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB). Recently, 205 candidates began their journey at Warrior Base, Republic of Korea for the "Eighth Army 2018 EFMB by the DMZ"
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8th TSC celebrates diversity with Hispanic Heritage Observance

Story by SFC Wynnfred Hoke on 10/03/2018 The Army's diverse ranks create a stronger and more dynamic force. Hispanic Soldiers continue to be a vital part of the military's legacy serving with honor, integrity, selfless service and professionalism. Hamilton emphasized that Romeroperez' story reminded all that the Army is much
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NY National Guard Civil Support Team trains to deploy by landing craft

Story by Eric Durr and SPC Andrew Valenza on 09/11/2018 WATERFORD, N.Y.The New York National Guard's 2nd Civil Support Team tested their ability to deploy a biological, chemical and radiological survey team 12 miles by boat to a shoreline during a joint exercise with the New York Naval Militia o
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Living Legacy: 100-year-old Army nurse speaks to group of nursing students

Story by Lori Newman on 08/22/2018 By Lori Newman Brooke Army Medical Center Public Affairs JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas A class of nursing students at Brooke Army Medical Center had a special visit from a World War II Army nurse Aug. 7 as part of their training.
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From Brigade Sergeant Major to Army Wounded Warrior Advocate

From Brigade Sergeant Major to Army Wounded Warrior Advocate By MaryTherese Griffin, Warrior Care and Transition ARLINGTON, Va. - When retired U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. John Anderson attended the 2009 Retiree Appreciation Day at Fort Knox, Kentucky, he walked out a changed man. The South Carolina native who started hi
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Fort Hamilton community observes Women's Equality Day

Story by Edward Loomis on 08/10/2018 Members of the Fort Hamilton Community came together on August 9 to observe Women's Equality Day at the base's Community Club in Brooklyn, New York. The event planned and conducted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' North Atlantic Division (USACE NAD) based at
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Music with a Bang: "Pershing's Own" 1812 Overture Concert

Story by SSG Mylinda Durousseau on 08/02/2018 This free and family-friendly performance includes the Army Concert Band, Chorus, Herald Trumpets and the Army Voices. The 90-minute program features a blend of classical and pop music with selections from the hit Broadway show Hamilton. There will also be music honoring Vietnam
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ROTC cadets learn cultural property protection, military history and more from Fort Drum internships

Story by Michael Strasser on 07/31/2018 FORT DRUM, N.Y. (July 31, 2018) -- Seven Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadets recently completed a three-week internship at Fort Drum where they were introduced to cultural property protection and its importance during military operations. The program was created several years ago with the
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A Platoon Sergeant receives the gift of hope, strength and life

A Platoon Sergeant receives the gift of hope, strength and life By MaryTherese Griffin, Warrior Care and Transition ARLINGTON, Va. - "I was a disaster who was proficient at hiding the fact that I needed help. I was very confused on what was going on with myself and feared for
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Welcome home Iron Brigade: 2nd ABCT, 1 AD elements return over July 4 holiday

Story by David Poe on 07/26/2018 A lot of things have happened since 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division deployed to Kuwait in support of Operation Spartan Shield last fall. The Golden State Warriors are NBA champs again. The Washington Capitals are champs too. Hurricane Maria battered Puerto
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4-133 Soldiers shine in HIMARS training, despite the fog of war'

Story by SSG Michael Giles on 07/26/2018 FORT HOOD, Texas - "I'm feeling kind of hazy," said the rifle-wielding Soldier in the dark. I thought he meant he was feeling disoriented. I didn't blame him. It was 2 a.m., and he'd been living in the woods of Fort Hood for
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