A commercial driver’s license certification course available to transitioning Soldiers, is the first of its kind in the Army. It is one of several opportunities available through the Career Skills Program, ran through Army Continue Education Services and available at Fort Knox Education Services.
As the U.S. Army celebrated its 241st birthday, U.S. Army Human Resources Command members recognized those who served the nation by providing donations and visiting the Louisville Veterans Adminis-tration Hospital June 14.
Col. Timothy Hudson, commander of the Medical Recruiting Brigade, relinquished command to Col. Heather Kness June 10 on Fort Knox’s Flagg Field. The ceremony was officiated by Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Snow, the commander of the U.S. Army Recruiting Command.
The Army Community Service Employment Readiness Program provides employment information and other supportive services primarily to Family members who are relocating as a result of a military or civilian sponsor’s permanent change of station. Other categories of personnel who are eligible for services are nontransitioning military personnel, retirees and their spouses. Current vacancies include but are not limited to:
Put on a pot of Earl Grey, because the next time the sergeant major of the Army comes to your installation, he just may be hosting a book club where he and Soldiers will discuss titles with subject matter relevant to the profession of soldiering.
The 361st Engineer Company, an U.S. Army Reserve unit from Warner Robins, Georgia, sharpens its bridge-building skills by constructing an Improved Ribbon Bridge on the Vistula River in Chelmno, Poland, as part of Exercise Anakonda 2016, June 7-17.
Ta’tianya Berry is now a healthy, happy 7 year old due to excellent medical care and the selflessness of blood and platelet donors. The daughter of Army health care specialist Staff Sgt. Brittney England, who is currently stationed at the Ireland Army Community Hospital, Ta’tianya was just
5 months old when she was the victim of
abuse by the spouse of a child care provider.
Cracking open his laptop between classes as he finished up his senior year in high school, 18-year-old David Dworken was on an important mission for the Pentagon, according to Defense Secretary Ash Carter.