The halls were full of smiling faces and happy hearts, April 6, as the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, in partnership with Sierra Providence children’s hospital, held its 5th annual Touch a Tank event.
Locomotives from Fort Bliss have been hauling military vehicles and equipment for deployment and training for years; over the last few years they have gone green in attempts to save money on the cost of fuel and minimize pollution.
Soldiers, friends and families of the Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, gathered at Joshua W. Soto Physical Fitness Center, April 9, to attend a ceremony where Command Sgt. Maj. Richard F.
In an effort to stay committed to their vow to save lives, the 24th Press Camp Headquarters underwent the Army Water Survival Training at the Replica Aquatic Center, April 11, using dummy rifles and personal issued Army gear.
By Sgt. Betty Y. Boomer, 24th Press Camp Headquarters
Tobacco-prevention advocate Rebecca Zima stood back and cheered as the student council from the University Medical Center Teen Advisory Board began Kick Butts Day, March 23, at the Gary Del Palacio Recreation Center in El Paso.
It's been one year since Fort Bragg soldier Kelli Bordeaux went missing, and there's now a reward being offered for information that could help authorities solve the mystery, according to police in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
By Spc. Adam Garlington, 24th Press Camp Headquarters
The Hearts Apart Support Program assists families that are separated from their military sponsor for more than 30 days because of deployments, permanent change of station moves, temporary duty assignments or remote tours of duty.