U.S. Army Garrison Japan Soldiers don Army Materiel Command patch

Story by Winifred Brown on 04/04/2019 CAMP ZAMA, Japan (March 11, 2019) One by one, Col. Phillip Gage, commander of U.S. Army Garrison Japan, removed the U.S. Army Installation Management Command patches on the arms of Soldiers here March 8 and replaced them with U.S. Army Materiel Command patches. Gage
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Operations chief joins alma mater's wall of honor

Story by Debra Valine on 04/04/2019 Col. Nicole Heumphreus has come a long way since she received her commission in the Army Transportation Corps upon graduation from the University of Kentucky's ROTC program in 1995. Since 1995, she has served at the strategic, operational and tactical level. Her 24-year career
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Aviation, Missile Center employee honored with FCT Project Manager of the Year award

Story by Joanna Bradley on 04/03/2019 REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. (April 3, 2019) A U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center employee was awarded the 2018 Foreign Comparative Testing Project Manager of the Year award March 28 for outstanding leadership on the Mobile Land-Based Anti-Ship Fires FCT project.
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AMC chief of staff retires with appreciation for his care of command

Story by MAJ Elizabeth Behring on 04/01/2019 REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. An avid outdoorsman growing up near his native Atlanta, a young Allan Elliott was an easygoing teen, a self-described "hippie" who had a different point of view, in stark contrast to many of his peers. But thinking outside the box
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AMCOM launches course for new federal employees

Story by Lisa Hunter on 04/01/2019 The U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command will offer a new course geared toward teaching new federal employees needed skills for career and professional development. The course, Emerging New Leaders Program (ENL), is an updated version of the Upward Leader Investment for Tomorrow (UpLIFT),
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Huntsville native and Aviation, Missile Center intern completes college leader program

Story by Joseph Mendiola on 03/12/2019 REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. (March 12, 2019) - Joseph Patterson grew up on a farm and learned mechanical engineering out of necessity. When equipment broke, he had to fix it. Patterson, a Huntsville native, serves as a welding engineer intern at the U.S. Army Combat
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