ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND

PEO IEW&S Staff Visit Veterans at Perry Point

Story by John Higgins on 02/01/2017 The wind was so strong that it was raining sideways at times. The air was so cold it cut through camo Gortex and brown fleece alike. But in the dismal weather of a dreary Monday in January, the staff of Program Executive Office, Intelligence,
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No Barriers to Mission Command

Story by Kathryn Bailey on 01/27/2017 ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND (January 27, 2017) Army engineers recently demonstrated network technology that will allow commanders to conduct mission command using multiple computing devices from brigade down to the edge. The Tactical Computing Environment, or TCE, developed by the U.S. Army Materiel Command's Communications-Electronics
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Meet Your Army: EOD Major selected for training in India

Story by MAJ Lindsey Elder on 01/26/2017 When you talk to Maj. Nick Drury you can tell right away he is proud of what he does, and remarkably calm for serving in one of the most dangerous professions in the Army. Raised in Philip, South Dakota, he credits the patriotism
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1st AML Hosts OCID Course

Story by SSG Angel D. Martinez on 01/19/2017 ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. The 1st Area Medical Laboratory hosted the Operational Clinical Infectious Disease (OCID) Course with the support of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) instructors and 1st AML Professional Filler System assistant instructors at the Mallette Training
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Heeding MLK's advice: Soldiers, civilians reflect on why they serve

Story by David Vergun on 01/18/2017 ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. (Army News Service) -- Soldiers and Army civilians get busy in their daily routines, oftentimes forgetting what it felt like when they took their oaths of office, said Maj. Gen. Bruce T. Crawford It's good to reflect on "why you
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Engineer masters tools of the trade

Story by Jacqueline Boucher on 01/10/2017 TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT, Pa. An industrial engineer's passion for process improvement has taken him to the pinnacle of his career. Brian Rawhouser was certified as Tobyhanna Army Depot's only master black belt after completing a complex series of tasks and tests. A journey to
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