The U.S. Army Europe and 21st Theater Sustainment Command senior enlisted leaders unveiled the region’s top troops as the 2016 European Best Warrior Competition reached a thrilling climax before an enthusiastic audience of more than 200 Soldiers, leaders and distinguished visitors Aug. 11 at the Tower Barracks Physical Fitness Center.
For race walker Staff Sgt. John Nunn, the charm of walking in his third Olympic opening ceremony was being able to simultaneously communicate with his 12-year-old daughter in Texas.
The U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach commander and the director of operations for the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management visited the U.S. military installation at Mihail Kogâlniceanu Air Base here Aug. 3 and 4.
The Soldiers of Anvil Company, 1st Combined Arms Battalion, 64th Armor Regiment, have rolled out to the fields of Bulgaria, July 21, 2016 to conduct an 11-day field exercise consisting of platoon and company level situational training exercises (STX).
Eric K. Fanning, secretary of the Army, Gen. Mark A. Milley, chief of staff of the Army, and Command Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey released a tri-signed letter on safety. Read it here.
Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning sent a message to the Army team concerning his priorities as the secretary. His priorities include taking care of Soldiers, Civilians, and their Families; developing capabilities to counter emerging threats; and meaningful acquisition reform.
A free application for certain smartphones was recently released with which users can scan the barcode on the front of Common Access Cards (CAC). The Army does not support this app, and CAC users definitely should not use it.
About 250 Soldiers of the 1st Armored Division Combat Aviation Brigade, “Iron Eagles,” from Fort Bliss, Texas, arrived here, April 26, at Albrecht Dürer Airport.
The Army is transitioning to a new single-portal Department of Defense website designed to make it easier for Soldiers to find the child care they need.
Significant developments in one’s career can come from unlikely places. For one Soldier, a community recreation program gave him growth opportunities far beyond what he had imagined.