Law enforcement officers train Citizen Airmen on active shooter response

Story by Jamal D. Sutter on 06/05/2018 More than 80 Reserve Citizen Airmen with the 413th Aeromedical Staging Squadron (ASTS) gathered for active shooter response training hosted by off-base Georgia law enforcement officers June 2. Police Col. Chris Owens and Specialized Parole Officer Phil Burrell visited the unit and led
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Naval Hospital Jacksonville and reserve units earn Navy Blue H Health Promotion and Wellness award

Story by Yan Kennon on 06/04/2018 Naval Hospital Jacksonville (its hospital and five naval branch health clinics), Navy Operational Support Center Jacksonville, and 15 of Operational Health Support Unit Jacksonville's detachments have earned the Navy Surgeon General's Health Promotion and Wellness Blue H Award for 2017. "Health promotion is vital
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Female Service Members Speak to NYU Council During Fleet Week

Story by CPO RJ Stratchko on 05/25/2018 NEW YORK For the third year in a row, service members from the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard participated in an event to help provide insight into the experience of being a woman in the military. Members and guests of New York University'
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MCLBB earns awards for safety, environmental and fire department

Story by Keith Hayes on 05/14/2018 Forward looking environmental practices and creating a culture of safety aboard base has earned Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., awards from both the Department of Defense and Headquarters Marine Corps. The Marine Corps Fire Department aboard MCLB Barstow also took top honors a
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NY National Guardsman Henry Johnson, fought for his life with a knife on May 15, 1918

Story by COL Richard Goldenberg on 05/08/2018 SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. He was 26 years old, 5-foot-4, weighed 130 pounds and came from Albany, New York. And on the night of May 15, 1918, Pvt. Henry Johnson, a member of the all-black 369th Infantry Regiment, found himself fighting for his life
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In regards to Army manufacturing, sometimes good intentions have unintended consequences

Story by John Snyder on 05/01/2018 WATERVLIET ARSENAL, N.Y. (May 1, 2018) -- When the Army's fleet of 155mm self-propelled howitzers, called the Paladin, faced a significant readiness challenge two years ago, the Army turned to its oldest arsenal to quickly remedy the problem. But sometimes even well-experienced Army units,
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