Anticipating the demands of future armed conflict requires an understanding of continuities in the nature of war as well as an appreciation for changes in the character for armed conflict – The Army Operating Concept
FORT BENNING, Ga., (March 4, 2015) — After learning the fundamentals during the two-week Level I of the Master Marksmanship Training Course, students are ready to advance to Level II – short-range marksmanship.
FORT RUCKER, Ala. (February 27, 2015) — UH-60 Black Hawks swoop down kicking up dust and debris in all directions as Ranger candidates jump out to the ground to tackle their next mission in the woods of northern Florida.
WASHINGTON (Feb. 24, 2015) — A female first lieutenant from Fort Carson, Colorado, who flies Apache helicopters, successfully completed all course requirements of the second gender-integrated Ranger Training Assessment Course, or RTAC, which ended this week.
The Soldiers of the U.S. Army Basic Airborne Course faced their fears from 34 feet in ground week and were hoisted to 250 feet in tower week, but nothing compares to being flown at 1,200 feet in a U.S. Air Force C-130. The Soldiers of C Company, 1st Battalion (Airborne), 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, have reached jump week.