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FORSCOM frontline

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FORSCOM frontline
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Frontline
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United States Army Forces Command frontline
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US Army Forces Command frontline
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United States -- Army Forces Command ( issuing body )
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I Corps and Joint Base Lewis McChord recently became the A mobile training team from the First Army Training Exercise Branch has traveled the nation since last summer Spc. Philidian Braswell (left), and Sgt. Stephani Watkins, both of the 62nd Engineer Battalion, 36th Engineer Brigade, Fort Hood, Texas, determine the suitability of a possible well site at an Ebola treatment unit in Tubmanburg, Liberia, Jan. 13, 2015, (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Ange Desinor) Veterans Employment CenterThe Veteran Employment Center is an online portal combining elements of standard job boards and professional connection media to provide a single solution for veteran job-seekers and employers seeking to hire our veterans. The 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, during an inactivation ceremony recently. Soldiers with 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, Units from the 20th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives Command are involved in a FRONTLINEU.S. Army Forces CommandJanuary 23, 2015 | Volume V, Issue 3 of every man and woman in this 9/11 generation who has served to keep us safe. We are humbled and grateful for your service. Barack Obama President of the United States State of the Union address Jan. 20, 2015, WashingtonSenior Leaders Obama salutes veteransOn Point Army leaders kick off 2015 AER CampaignSince its founding during World War II, Army Emergency Relief (AER) has provided $1.7 billion in interestfree loans and grants to 3.6 million Soldiers in the active component, the Army National Guard, the Army Reserve and among the ranks of provides timely care and support to Wounded Warriors, Surviving Spouses and the Families of Fallen Soldiers. The 2015 AER Campaign theme, Making a Difference serves as a reminder that Soldiers and Family members relief in times of unexpected crisis. C. Todd Lopez, Army News Service WASHINGTON The Army announced Jan. 15 that female Soldiers will be allowed to attend the Armys Ranger Course and possibly earn the cov eted Ranger tab. According to Monica L. Manganaro, a spokes person for the Airborne and Ranger Training Bri gade, the 2015 Ranger Course assessment is a regular Ranger Course, with all the same physical requirements. The current Ranger Course completion standards, to include prerequisites, phase performance requirements and gradua tion standards would not change for the assess ment, she said. Manganaro said the course is being called an female Soldiers. Both male and female students will participate in the assessment Some of the women who may attend that Ranger Course assessment began the 16-day Ranger Training Assessment Course, Jan. 16. The RTAC is meant to prepare Soldiers to suc an RTAC has included women. With an endorsement from their unit, Soldiers who successfully complete the RTAC are eligible to attend the 62-day Ranger Course. All female Soldiers who attend the Ranger cessfully complete an RTAC. The RTAC is mandatory for the women who want to go to Ranger school, Manganaro said. It is going to re-enforce those Ranger skills, and familiarize the female Soldier with the skill sets they may not have had in other courses they have gone through. This article is a reprint from the Bayonet & Saber Fort Benning, Ga. Training Assessment Course at Fort Benning, Ga. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Tramel S. Garrett)

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Here are the best photos from FORSCOM Public Affairs professionals world-wide. For more photos and information, click these photos or visit army.mil/forscom archives FRONTLINEThis weeks FORSCOM PA Summary (CAC required) Headquarters, U.S. Army Forces Command 4700 Knox St., Fort Bragg, NC 28310-5000 usarmy.bragg.forscom.list.pao-media-report-distro-list@mail.mil The is a weekly authorized newsletter highlighting FORSCOM-related news from (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Mary Rose Mittlesteadt) Spc. Michael Vidro, a heavy equipment operator for 4th Engineer Battalion, 36th Engineer Brigade, Fort Carson, Colo., operates a motorized road grader at the Defense Distribution Expeditionary Yard, Third Cavalry Regiment and assigned to Train, Advise, Assist Command East, await the helicopter at the Nangarhar Police Regional Logistics Center, Afghanistan, Jan. 6, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Jarrod Morris) First Lt. Tyler Smith, Company C, General Support Aviation Battalion, Fort Riley, Hawk helicopter tail rotor paddle at A.P. Hill, Va., Jan. 13th, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Matthew Elmore) Cpl. Charles Wamsley, a communication specialist assigned to Sgt. Justin Naylor)