Accurate time is crucial to our military. It enables all the warfighting functions of an expeditionary force: radio communications, network synchronization, information gathering, weapon systems, manned and unmanned systems, maneuvers, fires, electronic warfare and all types of sensors.
Archive for July, 2016
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Soldiers in basic combat training with Company B, 2nd Battalion, 60th Infantry Regiment at Fort Jackson, South Carolina braved the stifling summer heat while working on the fundamentals of marksmanship at the zero range on Thursday, July 14.
WASHINGTON (Army News Service) — The Army is the only service that didn’t create a separate military occupational specialty for offensive and defensive cyber, said Maj. Gen. Stephen Fogarty.
Mad Scientist is an Army Training and Doctrine Command initiative that continually explores the future through collaborative partnerships and continuous dialogue with academia, industry and government. Through this initiative, the Army helps shape future land operations in its role as a thought leader in the future of warfare.
FORT KNOX, Kentucky (July 15, 2016) – Up and coming NCOs interested in a rare career broadening assignment have until Sept. 8 to submit application packets for the Enlisted Aide Program.
Summer is a busy time in our great Army. Many of our Soldiers and families are moving to new locations and enjoy a long-awaited summer leave. But for some, such as U.S. Army Recruiting Command’s Cadet Command, summer is a busy yet exciting time of year for another reason – that’s when Cadet Summer Training begins at West Point and Fort Knox.