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September, 2017

Japan-US response; Exercise tests bilateral capabilities

KIN BLUE, Japan – “The purpose of the exercise is to create a realistic emergency scenario and test our emergency response capabilities,” said Col. David W. DeTata, the Okinawa area field office director, Marine Corps Base Camp Butler. “Exercises like this foster better communication and coordination between Japanese and U.S. responders. We have the opportunity […]

Soldiers stay on the pulse of readiness and proficiency

VORU, Estonia- At times, trying to learn a new skill can be an intimidating endeavor, yet with practice, the uneasiness of the process blossoms into confidence. Learning new skills and procedures that one can follow to save the life of the Soldier next to them may prove invaluable.Soldiers assigned to Destined Company, 2nd Battalion, 503rd […]

Passing the sword: Robinson takes over as sergeant major

CHERRY POINT, N.C. – Sgt. Maj. Susan M. Bellis relinquished the post of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing sergeant major to Sgt. Maj. Christopher G. Robinson during a ceremony on the Cherry Point flight line here today.Bellis plans to retire on March 1, after more than 30 years of active service. Robinson comes from Marine Aircraft […]

218 Years Young

GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba – Next time you see a Coast Guardsman make sure you wish them a happy birthday. They just turned 218-years-old. Like every 218-year-old, the members of Joint Task Force Guantanamo’s Coast Guard Port Security Unit 307 decided to run a five kilometer foot race – or at least host one. “The Coast […]

‘Watchdogs’ welcome new commander

TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. – Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 1 held a change of command ceremony at Lance Cpl. Torrey L. Gray Field, June 18.The ceremony passed the on the duties and responsibilities as the unit’s commander from Lt. Col. Murray to Lt. Col. Kain C. Anderson. The ceremony began with music played by the […]

Two Warriors achieve new levels of responsibility in careers

By Maj. Al Hing2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, Public Affairs OfficeCAMP TAJI, Iraq – One Warrior was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel and a fellow Warrior was promoted to chief warrant officer five, the highest level of warrant officer, in front of the headquarters of the 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat […]

A woman of courage: Col. Shafiqa Quarashi

KABUL, Afghanistan — Calm, quiet and poised, Col. Shafiqa Quarashi doesn’t give the impression of a passionate defender of women’s rights, that is, until she speaks. With her voice ringing with conviction, Shafiqa boldly tells an audience full of females that they will never get their rights by sitting at home; they have to go […]

Ohio Airman awarded Medal for Heroism

By Tech Sgt. Brandon Boos179th Airlift Wing Public Affairs CAMP PERRY, Ohio – The term hero makes him blush, but on Sunday, May 4 2014, Tech. Sgt. Daryl A. Walters of the Ohio Air National Guard’s 200th Red Horse Squadron was decorated with the Ohio Distinguished Service Medal for his heroic role in saving a […]

MALS-12 conducts relief, appointment ceremony

MCAS IWAKUNI, Japan – Sgt. Maj. Darnell Richardson relinquished his duties as Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12 sergeant major to Sgt. Maj. Edwin Mota during a relief and appointment ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Feb. 12, 2016.Richardson previously served in billets ranging from instructor at drill instructor school to Headquarters Battery first […]

Vendt, Keller Extend Gold Medal Streak

Erik Vendt Photo/Courtesy of Getty Images Former Trojan swimming greats Erik Vendt and Klete Keller, members of the U.S. 4×200-meter freestyle relay, clinched gold medals when the Americans took first place in the event’s final Wednesday morning at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The event extending an amazing USC streak: A Trojan has won a gold […]

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