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Perna to USAWC graduates: Our task, purpose is in support of warfighters

Story by Curtis Keester on 06/08/2018 CARLISLE, Pa. (June 8, 2018) Families, friends, faculty members, and the commanding general of Army Materiel Command honored today the achievements of a group of nearly 400 future strategic leaders graduating from the United States Army War College. Gen. Gustave Perna, Commander of the
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New commander takes helm at Fort McCoy Garrison

Story by Scott Sturkol on 05/22/2018 Col. Hui Chae Kim became Fort McCoy's newest garrison commander at a change-of-command ceremony May 19 at the installation's Rumpel Fitness Center. Kim assumed command from Col. David J. Pinter Sr., who held the position since March 11, 2016. Installation Management Command (IMCOM)-Readiness Director
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Quartermaster Corps recognizes distinguished members and units

Story by Dani Johnson on 05/03/2018 FORT LEE, Va. The U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps recognized 17 individuals and two units during its Distinguished Members and Units of the Corps ceremony May 1 at the Quartermaster Museum on Fort Lee, Virginia. "The men and women recognized here today are the best
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Pa. Guard Halts Aviation Activity to Focus on Safety

Story by 1LT Travis Mueller on 04/23/2018 HARRISBURG, Pa -- Soldiers with the Pennsylvania Army National Guard's 28th Expeditionary Combat Aviation Brigade participated in Safety Stand-down 2018 at the Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey Hotel here April 21, 2018. 28th ECAB aviation crews joined other aviators across the Pennsylvania Army National Guard,
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Fort Indiantown Gap leads nation in Army National Guard training

Story by LTC Angela King-Sweigart on 03/16/2018 FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, Pa.- Fort Indiantown Gap run by members of the Pennsylvania National Guard and Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs led the nation in Army National Guard mandays for fiscal year 2017. This year's numbers mark an increase over last
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Commander focuses students on the transportation challenges of 21st century global conflict

Story by Robert Martin on 01/31/2018 Carlisle Barracks - Gen. Darren McDew, Commander, U.S. Transportation Command, discussed the command's mission, cyber threats, the role of ships and mariners in the larger security environment, and leadership principles. McDew spoke to the class of 2018, faculty and staff in Bliss Hall, Ja
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DLA Energy inducts Army Col. Gary Bradley to hall of fame

Story by Irene Smith on 01/30/2018 FORT BELVOIR, Virginia --A patriot, devoted husband and father, Army Col. Gary Bradley was posthumously inducted into the Defense Logistics Agency Energy Hall of Fame for his dedication and service to his country. Bradley was the commander of the Defense Energy Support Center Regio
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Louisiana Guard unit in Carville welcomes new commander

Story by SGT Garrett Dipuma on 01/03/2018 NEW ORLEANS The Louisiana National Guard's 61st Troop Command welcomed Lt. Col. Dirk Erickson as their new commander during an official change of command ceremony at the Gillis W. Long Center in Carville, Dec 2. Erickson replaced Col. Johnathon W. Ballard, who ha
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USARAF general visits Nigeria, speaks to War College

Story by CPT James Sheehan on 12/05/2017 VICENZA, Italy U.S. Army Africa's acting commanding general visited Nigeria to engage with senior land force's chiefs and offer war college students academic insight in Abuja, Nov. 30. Brigadier General Eugene LeBoeuf met with U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria Stu Symington and Nigeria's Chief
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TRADOC Commander to Army War College graduates: Invest this education in your units

Story by Curtis Keester on 07/28/2017 CARLISLE BARRACKS, Pa. (July 28, 2017) -- "This class exemplifies grit, determination and professionalism," said Maj. Gen. Bill Rapp as he addressed his final graduating class as the commandant of the U.S. Army War College, 2014-2017. From Wheelock Bandstand he congratulated 385 members of
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VCSA: Leaders are the US asymmetric advantage

Story by Curtis Keester on 06/09/2017 The flags of U.S. states and territories and 70 countries fluttered in a cool morning breeze as the Army War College resident class of 2017 arrived on a perfectly sunny day, soon to assume a proud place among strategic leaders. A crescendo moment after
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