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New England District holds Hispanic Heritage Month observance

In observance of Hispanic Heritage Month, Ruth Ann Brien, Hispanic Heritage program manager and Jacqueline DiDomenico, EEO officer, invited Haxel Estavillo to serve as keynote speaker for this year’s District event.Estavillo is a technical expert in Reliability, Availability and Maintainability Analysis and Life Cycle Sustainment for Raytheon Company’s Integrated Defense Systems. He joined Col. Christopher […]

Barbecue and…parachutes?

JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Wash. – Nothing says teamwork like free falling from an airplane and parachuting into a group of encouraging colleagues.That’s why Master Sgt. Strate V. Flessas, a Kelso, Wash., native, and the Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 17th Fires Brigade senior career counselor, hosted a skydiving event as part of a teambuilding exercise in […]

Gunny brings Jiu-Jitsu to GTMO

GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba — Martial arts has been a way of life for Gunnery Sgt. William Loushin for nearly 20 years. The discipline and dedication to his training has positively impacted every aspect of his life, and for that, he felt it was important to bring Jiu-Jitsu to the GTMO community.Jiu-Jitsu, created in Japan and […]

Cyberwarrior home from Liberia, Ebola free

PEORIA, Ill. – A cyber transport systems specialist with Peoria’s 264th Combat Communications Squadron returned home in November from the fight against the Ebola epidemic in Africa. There, he and his unit led the way in building up communications for hospital training centers as part of Operation United Assistance.Air Force Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Springsteen, a […]

New NCOs ready for responsibility

FORT BRAGG, N.C. – Sgt. Ontario D. Conyer and Sgt. Duron A. Berry are two of the Army’s newest noncommissioned officers. Both Soldiers joined the Army two years ago from opposite sides of the country, Conyer, from Baltimore and Berry, from Los Angeles. On July 1, they joined a group of NCOs from the 82nd […]

Openness on sacked officials

Many take it as a sign of progress; as it looks like we, too, have an accountability mechanism. So be it a scandal of corruption or fatal industrial accident, when something nasty occurs and causes public indignation, we can expect to see heads roll. Officials directly involved, even chief local administrators when the matter gets […]

Military airstrikes continue against ISIL terrorists in Syria and Iraq

SOUTHWEST ASIA – On Aug. 8, coalition military forces continued to attack ISIL terrorists in Syria and Iraq. In Syria, coalition military forces conducted seven airstrikes using attack, fighter and remotely piloted aircraft. Separately in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted 16 airstrikes coordinated with the Government of Iraq using attack, fighter, fighter-attack and remotely piloted […]

USC professor coaches Congress on OCT

Alexander Walsh, assistant professor of ophthalmology at the Keck School of Medicine and director of the Doheny Eye Institute’s Imaging Exploration and Software Engineering Laboratory, recently spoke to members of Congress about revolutionary advances in visual imaging technologies. In a Feb. 26 Capitol Hill meeting, Walsh explained how collaborative research between the National Eye Institute […]

Pusht Rod clinic saves lives, fosters governance

FARAH, Afghanistan — The Farah Provincial Health Director, Dr. Abdul Jabar, performed a clinic assessment of the Chin Afghani Clinic in the Pusht Rod District of Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 29, 2009. He was very pleased not only with what he observed during his inspection, but also the democratic practices that have stemmed from the […]

Brothers in Arms’ Earn GED Diplomas

CAMP ROBINSON, Ark. — There has hardly been a day that these two brothers from Versailles, Missouri have been apart–now they’ve joined the Missouri Army National Guard, earned their GED diplomas and have begun Army basic training–together.Joshua and Sean Niepman grew up in a rustic lifestyle reminiscent of days gone by. They had no plumbing, […]

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