FORT BELVOIR

Presidential funeral support hinges on contracting effort

Story by Daniel P. Elkins on 01/09/2017 FORT BELVOIR, Va. -- (Oct. 7, 2016) The unwelcome news of the passing of a president or former president sets in motion a team of Mission and Installation Contracting Command acquisition experts at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, who dedicate the subsequent 48 hours to
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OCS effects go beyond individual contract actions

Story by Daniel P. Elkins on 01/09/2017 EL PASO, Texas (May 12, 2016) -- A joint, cross-functional team of subject matter experts took a deliberate approach to building awareness on the far-reaching impact of operational contract support as part of the Operational Contract Support Joint Exercise 2016 that took place
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CSM Maynard leaves the 310th ESC for new assignment

Story by CPT Sean Delpech on 12/29/2016 INDIANAPOLIS - 310th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) Soldiers, civilians and families bid farewell to Command Sgt. Maj. Levi G. Maynard as he transferred to a new assignment recently. Before leaving for new challenges with the 81st Regional Support Command, at Ft. Jackson, S.C, Maynard
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"Victory Medic" Team Combats Operational Stress with Ukrainian Psychologists

Story by CPT Jerome Ferrin on 12/29/2016 L'VIV, Ukraine Four behavioral health professionals from the 254th Medical Detachment, Combat and Operational Stress Control, traveled to L'viv, Ukraine, November 6 to conduct a dynamic engagement with various Ukrainian military elements. The "Victory Medics" were accompanied by a survival, evasion, resistance and
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Caisson horse finds sure-fire new home

Story by SSG Kelvin Ringold on 12/22/2016 FORT BELVOIR, Va. -- As the official escort to the president of the United States and the nation's premiere memorial affairs and ceremonial unit, the everyday mission of the Soldiers from the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) is to honor those
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Wounded Warrior "Scar Art" Featured at Medical Museum

Story by Timothy Clarke on 11/18/2016 Scars of wounded warriors from the Vietnam era to present-day conflicts are the focus of a new exhibit at the National Museum of Health and Medicine. "Scarred for Life: Using Art to Bring Humanity to Trauma Recovery" is the work of artist and advocate
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