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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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The Best Archer Competition was held recently to identify the two best Soldiers from 31st ADA Brigade to represent them at the Annual Blackjack Competition. About 200 Soldiers, mainly from 2nd Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment, 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, deployed to Kuwait recently. FORSCOM in the news Public Affairs units in action 5th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment Soldiers from the a visit Feb. 19, 2015, at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Sinthia Rosario) SECARMY opens more jobs to womenIn a policy decision directed by a Feb. 25, 2015 memorandum, the Secretary of the Army directed expanding positions in open occupations for the assignment of female Soldiers within the U.S. Army Special Operations Command. Two Fort Hood female Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, head to Fort Benning, Ga., in hopes of making Army history. A 166th Aviation Brigade, First Army Division West, dedicates her time by serving others throughout her community. The 22nd Chemical Battalion (Technical Escort) conducted a no-notice emergency deployment readiness exercise recently to Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. FRONTLINEU.S. Army Forces CommandMarch 6, 2015 | Volume V, Issue 9 We acknowledge the accomplishments and contributions of pioneering women from the past and recognize their impact on the force of today. We also recognize all women serving today. Army Senior Leaders Womens History Month Message March 1, 2015, Washington, D.C. Senior Leaders Army leaders recognize womenOn Point Celebrating Womens History MonthWomen have served the United States Army since 1775. They nursed the ill and wounded, laundered and mended clothing, and cooked for the troops in camp on campaign; services that did not exist among the uniformed personnel within the Army until the 20th century. Women were an invaluable and essential part of the Army as they are today. Women continue to Valor knows no gender, President Barack Obama stated in a statement on lifting the ban on women in combat. March is National Womens History Month. Every year the National Womens History Project selects a unifying theme and this years theme presents the opportunity to weave womens sto ries -individually and collectively -into the es sential fabric of our nations history. Accounts of the lives of individual women are critically important because they reveal excep tionally strong role models who share a more expansive vision of what a woman can do. The stories of womens lives, and the choices they made, encourage girls and young women to think larger and bolder, and give boys and men a fuller understanding of the female experience. Knowing womens achievements challenges ste reotypes and upends social assumptions about who women are and what women can accom plish today. There is a real power in hearing womens stories, both personally and in a larger context. Remembering and recounting tales of our inspires todays generations and opens the way to the future. 2015 is also the 35th anniversary of the Womens History Movement and the National Womens History Project. After decades of dedicated research and technological advances, the stories of American women from all cultures and classes are accessible and visible as never before. Numerous scholars and activists helped shape the Womens History Movement, and also provided the research and energy which created and sustains the National Womens History Project. During 2015, please recognize and celebrate the many ways that womens history has become woven into the fabric of our national story. Womens History Month Weaving the Stories of Womens Lives

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TOP SHOTSHere 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 U.S. Army Forces Command Frontline is a weekly authorized newsletter highlighting FORSCOM-related news from Above John Healy) Left Right 27, 2015, at Fort Carson, Colo. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. William Waller) Below Second Lt. Andrew Prairie (pointing), an infantry platoon leader with 1st Colo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. William Howard) Above Patton)