Fifteen instructors were recognized for their achievements during the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood fiscal year 2015 Instructors of the Year award ceremony July 7 at Lincoln Hall Auditorium.
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.
Williamsburg, VA (June 21-22) – U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command leadership participated in a round of discussions with policymakers, senior industry executives and scholars during the 34th annual Virginia Colonial Chapter of the Association of the United States Army Professional Forum at the College of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business, June 21-22.
Government and industry working together to ensure that warfighters have the equipment they need is the theme of the July- September 2016 issue of Army AL&T magazine, online now at .
Major April M.K. Moore, Civil Affairs, received honors as the top Special Operations Forces graduate for the Command and General Staff Officers Course Class 2016 in June. In recognition of her achievements she became the fourth recipient of the Lt. Col. Ronald C. Ward award.
As a Command & General Staff College faculty member and SOF officer Ward left an indelible mark on many lives in his 31 years of military service prior to his passing in 2010. His dedication to the U.S. Army and commitment to the professional development of SOF Officers set an example for students to follow. Moore is the first Civil Affairs officer and first woman to receive the award. She earned the honor over 61 other joint SOF officers in the course.
Moore is a 2002 Air Force ROTC graduate from Georgia State University. Upon graduation, she received her commission in the Air Force as an Air Battle Manager. In 2006, under the Blue to Green program, she transferred from the Air Force to the Army as a 1st Lieutenant in the Adjutant General Corps.
She transitioned to Civil Affairs in 2009. Upon completion of Civil Affairs Selection and qualification, she was assigned as a Team Leader to A Co., 92nd Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne). In 2012, Moore deployed her Civil Affairs Team to Kandahar, Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Upon redeployment, she was assigned as the Battalion Civil Information Manager and immediately deployed to Turkey in support of the U.S. Country Team, the United States Agency for International Development, and the Syria Transition Assistance Response Team. After graduation from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas she will assume the duties as the 4th Infantry Division.
Her awards include a Bronze Star, a Joint Service Commendation Medal, a Joint Meritorious Unit Award, the National Defense Service Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, a Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary award, a Global War on Terrorism Service award, the Army Service Ribbon, an Overseas Service Ribbon, the Air Force Training medal, the NATO Medal, and a Parachutists Badge.
Moore holds a Bachelor of Art degree in History and is currently pursuing a Masters of Science degree in International Relations through Webster University.
FORT LEE, Va. – Food is among a very short list of items with the power to engage all five senses–sight, smell, sound, taste and touch–simultaneously.