With their right hands raised, 10 of South Carolina State University’s Army ROTC cadets took their oath of commission May 6, joining the ranks of the thousands on men and women who have participated in the program during the last 100 years.
Archive for May, 2016
May 6, 2016 — Secretary Patrick Murphy returned to the home turf of Pennsylvania to discuss his priorities on behalf of the Army and its people.
FORT BLISS, Texas (May 12, 2016) — During battlefield operations, a brigade’s fleet of Warfighter Information Network-Tactical network equipped vehicles are often spread out across great distances and austere terrain, supporting both stationary command posts and on-the-move missions. Newly enhanced and simplified Network Operations tools will make it easier for communications officers (S6s/G6s) to see the “big picture” as they plan, manage and defend the vast tactical mission command network, increasing its security and strength.
The Asymmetric Warfare Group is a unit under the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command and comprises highly-skilled Soldiers and contractors. They provide observation, analysis, training and advisory support to the U.S. Army and joint force units to enhance their capabilities to predict, mitigate, counter and defeat asymmetric threats and methods.
FORT SILL, Okla., May 12, 2016 — “If you have passion, compassion, and want to give back to your community, these kids are sponges,” said Col. James Taylor, Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) program senior instructor.
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas – Ignite them. That’s what the Army Management Staff College is out to do to its students: Ignite their leadership potential with a premier leader development experience. These are not Soldiers they are endeavoring to mold into Army leaders, however. They are members of the Army Civilian Corps with unique backgrounds, routines and legal guidelines.