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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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Ensuring Army National Guard units maintain readiness before deploying was the focus of multi-echelon integrated brigade training recently at Fort Drum, N.Y. With more than 6,000 participants from 13 different nations, exercise Saber Strike concluded June 19, at the Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area, Poland. FORSCOM in the news Public Affairs units in action 13th Public Affairs Detachment Spc. Andrew Briones, a UH-60L Black Hawk helicopter crew chief, 4th Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment, scans the area during an air assault operation with soldiers of the Dutch 11th Infantry Battalion, June 17, 2015 at Swietoszow, Poland Airbase during exercise Noble Jump. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Brandon Anderson) Army Doctrine ePubs Through ePubs and additional increasingly interactive publications, the Army can deliver interactive media to the point of need for training and other learning products that clarify doctrine and concepts todays Soldiers access information. Soldiers from the active component, Army Reserve and National Guard came together on Fort Hood, Texas, June 22, to build Total Army Force cohesion. tactical communications network is providing increased capabilities to accomplish their mission. EOD technicians trained with international and interagency bomb squads across the nation during May 2 June 26. FRONTLINEU.S. Army Forces CommandJuly 3, 2015 | Volume V, Issue 25 Thats what I ask you to do: sustain the fact that everybody knows today and will know in the future that this is the best, and more importantly, most respected army in the world. Gen. Raymond T. odierno June 23, 2015, Fort Drum, N.Y. Senior Leaders CSA challenges Fort Drum teamOn Point Global Combat Support System-Army Support System-Army is a major new information system that improves every warehouse, supply room, motor pool and by allowing leaders to more rapidly and accountably build and maintain unit readiness. The centerpiece of building unit readiness is the ability to make decisions based on accurate and reliable logistics data. The system projected to be complete. By Sgt. William Reinier, 82nd Airborne Division Public Affairs BAGHDAD, Iraq (June 29, 2015) -The 82nd during a transfer of authority ceremony in Baghdad, Iraq, June 28. The building-partner-capacity-sites, estab lished during 1st Infantrys time, will be the last ing effect of their nine-month deployment, said Maj. Gen. Paul E. Funk II, outgoing commander, We are building depth in [the Iraqi militarys] organization, Funk said. We are reestablishing their honor. The whole reason you train is to build leaders and your doctrine. Nine months after the start of Operation Inherent Resolve, approximately 3,550 U.S. service members and 1,500 coalition partners assigned to more than a dozen coalition nations, which are helping to train and equip, as well as advise and assist, Iraqi security forces, or ISF, to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL. The focus of the 82nd Airborne Division will The 82nd Airborne Division brings with them more than 300 paratroopers to join the coalition in helping the Iraqi government improve security and stability. I place my full trust in their abilities to join this coalition and help the government of Iraq implement lasting solutions for the complex probare honored to serve alongside each and every one of you. Maj. Gen. Paul E. Funk II passes the Combined Joint Forces Land Component Command Iraq colors to Lt. Gen. James Terry, commander of Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve, relinquishing command of the CJFLCC-I in Baghdad, Iraq, June 28, 2015, as the incoming commander, Maj. Gen. Richard Clarke, stands by to accept the colors. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. William Reinier))All American Division takes charge of coalition forces in Iraq

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TOP SHOTS archives FRONTLINEThis weeks FORSCOM PA Summary usarmy.bragg.forscom.list.pao-media-report-distro-list@mail.mil The U.S. Army Forces Command Frontline Above a static-line airborne operation from a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter at Joint Base Lewis-McChord,Wash., June 17, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Bryan W. Lewis) Left System, June 18, 2015, at the Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area in Poland during Saber Strike 15. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Marcus Floyd) Right First Army Division West on Fort Hood, Texas, to raise Sexual Harassment and Assault Response Prevention awareness. Shoes of the brigades SHARP representatives line the parade stand representing victims of sexual assault and harassment. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Tony Foster) Left An AH-64 Apache attack before conducting remote target engagements at the MultiPurpose Range Complex on Fort Stewart, Ga., June 20, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Alfred Camacho) Above Spc. Jordan Seui, horizontal construction engineer, A Company, Airborne Division, performs maintenance with an S150 Bobcat skid steer loader at Fort Campbell, Ky., June 17, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Shane)