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Guardians of the Last Frontier select new command chief

Story by SMSgt Paul Mann on 07/08/2019 EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska Chief Master Sgt. Teresa Renson was selected as the next command chief for the 168th Wing, Alaska Air National Guard. Renson has been a member of the wing for 26 years, joining the unit in 1993 as a
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Yuma Proving Ground Conditioning Chambers section transports close to six-million pounds of explosives yearly

Story by Ana Henderson on 07/08/2019 If you are on a munitions test site, you know once the white truck with the explosives' sign arrives it is go time. That truck is manned by one of the nearly 40 members of the conditioning chambers shop. These are the men who
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NAVWAR Enterprise Launches Artificial Intelligence Prize Challenge; $150,000 Total Cash Prizes Offered

The Navy kicked off the Artificial Intelligence Applications to Autonomous Cybersecurity Challenge (AI ATAC), a prize competition seeking innovative machine learning and artificial intelligence (ML/AI) solutions for real-world cybersecurity challenges, July 8. Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) and Program Executive Office for Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO
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Volunteer Airmen conduct training in Hawaii

Story by SSgt Melissa Dearstone on 07/08/2019 JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR- HICKAM, Hawaii Over 80 Volunteer Airmen from the 134th Air Refueling Wing and 241st Engineering Installation Squadron traveled to Hawaii for an annual deployment for training here June 24-July 7. Various units within the wing were able to trai
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Eighth Army give HHS leader insight into emergency ops, U.S.-Korean alliance

Story by Kenji Thuloweit on 07/07/2019 Officials from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services got an exclusive look into U.S. military emergency response capabilities on the peninsula courtesy of Eighth Army. The Honorable Dr. Robert P. Kadlec, assistant secretary for HHS Preparedness and Response, visited Camp Humphreys June
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Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command Holds Change of Command

Story by REBECCA SIDERS on 07/03/2019 SUFFOLK, Va. (NNS) Capt. Harold Cole relieved Capt. Julia Slattery as Commander, Task Force 1020/Commanding Officer, Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC) during a change of command ceremony in the Hall of Heroes at the Joint Staff Suffolk Complex, July 2, 2019. Cole, who
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Mountain Post hosts community leaders during 2019 JCOC

Story by SFC Leah Kilpatrick on 07/03/2019 The everyday happenings of U.S. servicemembers is often a mystery to the American public. Some civilians even struggle with differentiating Soldiers from Airmen from Sailors from Marines, and with military activities occurring behind access-controlled gates and fences adorned with concertina wire, it's no
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Faces of Freedom: From the Barracks of Beirut

Story by Heather Rutherford on 07/02/2019 Editor's Note: Faces of Freedom is a series of features highlighting the bravery and dedicated service of Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic military veterans. From the Barracks of Beirut is the first installment of this series. On the morning of Oct. 23, 1983,
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Broken ties that bind Fort Knox officials address season of suicide'

Story by Eric Pilgrim on 06/28/2019 John V. died at 2 in the morning on a warm summer Monday. Cynthia C. died near Christmastime at 4:15 p.m. Kurt T. was a senior noncommissioned officer. Timothy J. was a civilian employee; Sarah P. was a captain. Health experts say there seem
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Chicago Army Reserve Soldier re-enlists at her favorite sports team field

Story by MSG Anthony L Taylor on 06/28/2019 CHICAGO "Today is a great day. I re-enlisted for another six years in the (Army) Reserve," said Sgt. Maribel Meraz, assigned to the 85th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command headquarters. "I had the opportunity to swear in at Wrigley Field and watch
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Skookumchuck races at Carderock

Story by Benjamin McKnight III on 06/27/2019 A road trip from British Columbia, Canada, to Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division planned on Google Maps takes roughly 44 hours. University of British Columbia's submarine team SUBC did not let the length of a cross-country drive deter them from competing i
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