In this week's issue: Sept. 22, 2016
HISPANICS IN THE U.S. ARMY
Embracing, enriching and enabling America
The Army values the contributions made by Hispanic American Soldiers. They have not flinched in defending the nation in many ways, but especially through military service.
Jackson flood response lauded during seminar
Nearly a year after the “1,000 year” flood wreaked havoc across the Midlands, civic and military emergency managers from across South Carolina met at the South Carolina Emergency Management Division in West Columbia to hold a seminar to begin planning for the next disaster.
207th RSG changes leadership
Brig. Gen. Deborah L. Kotulich, the commanding general of the 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) headquartered in Orlando, Florida, officiated the ceremony where Col. Timothy P. Bobroski relinquished command to Col. Robert A. Wojciechowski.
Moncrief Soldiers go back to basics
Between Sept.13-16, about 350 Service members of Moncrief completed their annual Army Warrior Task Training. The training was to help reiterate and polish their warrior skills and consisted of scenarios that the Soldiers had to work through.
Cousins meet for 1st time in BCT
Centennial profiles: Cpl. Freddie Stowers