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Implementing a sustainable Army, beginning with leaders

Story by SGT Eben Boothby on 03/02/2017 FORT BENNING, Ga. A representative from the Army's materiel enterprise recently described the direction the Army is moving to mid-level managers and how as leaders they can impact their organization's readiness. Army Materiel Command's Command Chief Warrant Officer 5 Darren Cook traveled to
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Army's senior rigger ends 36-year career on high note, despite setbacks

Story by Terrance Bell on 03/02/2017 FORT LEE, Va. (March 2, 2017) -- Ask Chief Warrant Officer 5 Gabino Seda about his time in the rigger career field and the now-retired Soldier comes off rather formal "Served 36 years ... logged more than 400 jumps tested various parachute and airdrop
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MRTC hosts Best Warrior Competition ahead of ARMEDCOM event

Story by SFC Tony Lindback on 03/01/2017 Managing the consolidated competition for all five of the commands created efficiencies in planning, staffing and execution. "It's very economical. The reason why is it lessens the support staff," said Command Sgt. Maj. Kenneth Mudd, 3rd Bde., MRTC. "You have one support staff
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Giving "Fight Tonight" a new definition

DAEGU, Korea As a soldier in the U.S. Army, there is a set of values that must be embodied. The Warrior Ethos instruct soldiers to "always place the mission first, never accept defeat, never quit and never leave a fallen comrade." It is through training, mentally and physically, that a
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105th Airlift Wing expands Airmen and family support capabilities

Story by SSgt Julio Olivencia and A1C Mary Schwarzler on 02/27/2017 The 105th Airlift Wing recently welcomed two new civilian employees to support Airmen and their families. Their roles, sexual assault response coordinator and Airman and family readiness program manager, are essential to helping Airmen and their families both during
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Cavalry Scouts Move Forward in Gainey Cup Competition

Story by SFC Bryan Spreitzer on 01/31/2017 The six-Soldier team competed in a wide variety of physical and mental challenges designed to test their competencies as cavalry scouts. Cavalry scouts deploy forward of main forces and perform reconnasaince, providing vital information on enemy locations and capabilities, as well as provide
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