Carlisle Barracks

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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Letterkenny Munitions Center welcomes new commander

Story by Natasia Kenosky on 06/07/2017 CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. Keeping with Army tradition, Letterkenny Munitions Center welcomed a new commanding officer during an official Change of Command Ceremony, held at the U.S. Army Reserve Center, Letterkenny Army Depot, June 6. Lt. Col. Jeffrey J. Ignatowski replaced Lt. Col. Trenton J. Conner,
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McChord club chef- Journey to success

Story by SrA Divine Cox on 05/12/2017 What do Bobby Flay, Emeril Lagasse and Rachael Ray all have in common with Derek Torrence? Like Torrence, they are all professional chefs. Torrence may not have the million-dollar television contract, but he does cook delicious and healthy food for members of the
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Army War College selects new Provost to be chief academic officer

Story by Robert Martin on 04/04/2017 The next Provost for the U.S. Army War College has been selected by an executive search committee to serve as the chief academic officer for the dual mission of strategic education and strategic ideas at the Army's senior service college and the Army's Center
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Wake Up Call exhibit, presentation educates Fort McCoy community

Story by Scott Sturkol on 03/09/2017 The Fort McCoy Army Substance Abuse Program, or ASAP, hosted the Wake Up Call exhibit in building 905 at the installation from Feb. 21 through March 2. The Wake Up Call exhibit, which debuted as a training event in April 2016, is a life-sized
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Carderock's 'Mad Scientist' tells Army how culture affects the future

Story by Kelley Stirling on 02/27/2017 The Army held its second Mad Scientist 2016 event in August when scores of like-minded people came to hear several "mad scientists," including Garth Jensen, director for innovation at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, speak about the future of warfare in 2025 and
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Black History Month means Remembrance

Story by Robert Martin on 02/24/2017 Black History Month means Remembrance Col. Randy White, USAWC Faculty, talked about hollowed places in terms of military campaigns in which his family participated throughout their generations. School Board Director Linda Manning, USAWC students Terence Battle and Lt. Col. Charlone Stallworth spoke of individual
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International students fully integrated into academic seminars and extracurricular activities

Story by Robert Martin on 02/24/2017 An International Fellow from Jamaica joins the Army War College student body this year for the first time. The resident class of 2017 is underway with 74 international officers, from 70 countries, within the student body of 384. This is the largest body of
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Excellence in Education Reception Challenge our Children

Story by Robert Martin on 02/24/2017 April 29, 2016 -- The U.S. Army War College and Carlisle Barracks expressed profound gratitude towards educators at the annual Excellence in Education Reception at Quarters One on post, Thursday. These honorees are selected for their commitment to education especially for their efforts to
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Australian Fellow in class of 2016: Know that you were never alone'

Story by Robert Martin on 02/23/2017 "The phrase 9/11 will provoke forever a special meaning throughout the world, and for the United States of America in particular it would forever change your history," said Australian Colonel Susan Coyle, the vice president of the resident class of 2017, who addressed the
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