General Relieved of Duty for Inappropriate Comments By Debbie Gregory Brig. Gen. Kurt Stein, the Marine Corps general in charge of sexual assault prevention and response efforts, has been relieved of his command over remarks he made at a public meeting disparaging claims of sexual harassment at his command as “fake news.” The remarks […]
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Army Spends Millions to Search for Unexploded Ordnance By Debbie Gregory Unexploded ordnance experts have been searching for military munitions off Hawaii’s Makua Beach, focusing on a 22-acre area after a 5-inch projectile was found offshore in 2016. “It’s about the length of two football fields and the depth of one football field,” said Col. […]
ESGR Freedom Award Finalists Announced By Debbie Gregory. The Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), a Department of Defense office, has selected 30 employers and government organizations from 2,350 nominations for 2018 Secretary of Defense Freedom Award, commonly referred to as the “Freedom Award.” Almost half of the U.S. military is made up […]
What is the Woobie? By Debbie Gregory Anyone who has ever served in the military is familiar with the “woobie.” The woobie is every service member’s all-weather battle buddy. The woobie is made up of two layers of nylon surrounding a polyester filling. Tie-cords on the corners and side could be tied through matching grommets […]
Special Forces Legend, “Iron Mike” Dies By Debbie Gregory Last month, the Army lost a special ops legend. Maj. Gen. Michael D. Healy, 91, spent 35 years serving in the military, completing tours in Korea and Vietnam. Healy began his career with parachute training followed by attendance at a number of Army Colleges, including Ranger […]
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