FORT HAMILTON

Caring, Committed, Coachable building a culture

Story by Steven Stover on 06/09/2019 FORT GORDON, Ga. Lt. Col. Matthew Lennox, the outgoing commander of the 782nd Military Intelligence (MI) Battalion (Cyber), relinquished his battalion command to Lt. Col. Wayne Sanders, in a change of command ceremony hosted by Col. Brian Vile, the commander of the 780th MI
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NewYork Army National Guard officer honored for academic excellence

Story by Eric Durr on 06/06/2019 ALBANY, N.Y.--For the past couple of years, when Maj. Keith Casserly wasn't on the job as unit commander of the New York Army National Guard's Medical Command, he's been in class, the library, or testing air quality in Albany. The work paid off i
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Brooklyn Native's Naval Service Adds to Asian American, Pacific Islander Heritage

Story by Thomas Zimmerman on 05/29/2019 MECHANICSBURG, Pa. From heaving lines as a seaman for Deck department aboard the Harpers Ferry-class dock landing ship USS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52), to earning a commission as a Navy Supply Corps officer, to selection as Business/Enterprise Supply Chain Management (BEM) intern at Naval
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New York National Guard Soldiers hone domestic nuclear disaster response skills at Guard Response exercise

Story by CPT Jean Marie Kratzer on 05/23/2019 CAMP ATTERBURY, Indiana -- One hundred and sixty New York Army National Guard Soldiers spent May 8-16 honing their emergency response skills during exercise Guardian Response 2019 at Camp Atterbury, Indiana. Guardian Response exercises validate Army units ability to support state and
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8th TSC Commander visits Manila, hopes to increase exchanges with Philippine Army

Story by SSG John Portela on 05/23/2019 MANILA, Philippines Maj. Gen. Charles R. Hamilton, Commander of the 8th Theater Sustainment Command, based in Fort Shafter, Hawaii visited the Philippines, April 28-30, to seek more training opportunities and subject matter exchanges with the Armed Forces of the Philippines. The 8th TSC
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Army engineer officer retires after 23-year career

Story by Edward Loomis on 05/16/2019 Lt. Col. Julie D'Annunzio retired from the U.S. Army following a 23-year career at a retirement ceremony in her honor held May 10 at the Fort Hamilton Community Club's Washington Room in Brooklyn, New York. D'Annunzio's retirement ceremony provided an end point on a
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For second of two years, 82nd Airborne earns title of best Mortar crew

Story by Bryan Gatchell on 04/17/2019 FORT BENNING, Ga. After three days of competition among 19 U.S. Army mortar teams and one Dutch army mortar team, the 82nd Airborne Division prevailed as champions during the Best Mortar Competition April 11 here. The 1st Battalion, 19th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army Infantry
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Women's History Month: Many women among those completing arduous CWOC training at Fort McCoy

Story by Scott Sturkol on 03/21/2019 During March each year, the Department of Defense and the Army recognize the accomplishments of women in support of military service and more during Women's History Month. At the same time, each March at Fort McCoy since 2017, women have been training in the
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Marines claim unprecedented Team-of-Year culinary title

Story by Amy Perry on 03/20/2019 FORT LEE, Va. -- For the first time in Joint Culinary Training Exercise history, the Marine Corps was called to the stage of the Lee Theater March 15 to accept the event's illustrious Team of Year title. The honor is bestowed on the squad
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Hamilton's Own ready to put steel on target in Poland

Story by SGT Jeremiah Woods on 03/19/2019 TORU, Poland -- Artillery Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 5th Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division out of Fort Riley, Kan. conducted table 12 certifications on the Paladin M109A7 Artillery system here while deployed in support of Atlantic Resolve
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Marines Compete During Annual Culinary Competition

Story by Cpl Naomi May on 03/12/2019 U.S. Marines participated in the 44th Annual Joint Culinary Training Exercise at Fort Lee, Virginia, March 9 14, 2019. The Marines competed alongside 200 military chefs in the largest American Culinary Federation (ACF)-sanctioned culinary competition in North America. "This event not only enhanced
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