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Task Force Sinai Welcomes New Commander

July 16, 2019 — U.S. Army Col. Mark P. Ott relinquished command of Task Force Sinai (TFS) to Col. Robert J. Duchaine at a change command ceremony hosted by Maj. Gen. John P. Sullivan, commander of the 1st Theater Sustainment Command (1TSC), on the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) parade square South Camp, Sinai, Egypt July, 15 2019. MORE
U.S. Army Col. Robert J. Duchaine, the incoming commander of Task Force Sinai (TFS), addresses service members and civilians of the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) during a change of command ceremony at South Camp, Egypt, July 15, 2019. Duchaine was assigned to the Joint Staff as an operations officer at the National Military Command Center before taking the reins of TFS.

U.S. Army, Kuwait Land Forces Signal Soldiers Conduct Joint Training

July 16, 2019 — U.S. Soldiers from the 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division and Kuwait Land Forces Soldiers worked together on radio retransmission over the course of three weeks, further developing their signal skill sets and building upon an ongoing U.S.-Kuwaiti partnership. MORE
Spc. Brennan, a signal Soldier with 588th Brigade Engineer Battalion, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, works to install a quick erect antenna mast (QEAM) during a radio retransmission (RETRANS) training validation event outside of Camp Buehring, Kuwait Wednesday, July 10. RETRANS teams trained for several weeks leading up to the validation exercise.

38th ID assumes authority of Task Force Spartan in the Middle East

July 16, 2019 — Soldiers with the 38th Infantry Division assumed authority of U.S. Army Central Command's Task Force Spartan during a ceremony at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. More than 600 National Guardsmen with the 38th deployed to the Middle East in July to helm the task force that's in charge of more than 10,000 U.S. service members in the gulf region. MORE
Second Lt. Eric Holland, executive officer, Charlie Company, Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 34th Red Bull Infantry Division, Minnesota Army National Guard, sings the national anthem during the Task Force Spartan transfer of authority ceremony between the outgoing 34th Red Bull Infantry Division and the incoming 38th Infantry Division, Indiana Army National Guard at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, July 15, 2019.

Medics Increase Readiness With Blood Screening Drives

July 11, 2019 — On the morning of July 10, 2019, U.S Army Reserve Soldiers from the 349th Combat Support Hospital (CSH) began setting up their equipment at the 77th Sustainment Brigade resiliency tent to prepare for a blood screening drive. MORE
Medics Increase Readiness With Blood Screening Drives

Strong Support Beams Help Form Strong Partnerships

July 8, 2019 — U.S. Army Soldiers of the 1106th Aviation Group participated in a U.S. Army Central (ARCENT) aviation subject matter expert exchange with the Royal Jordanian Air Force at the King Abdullah II Air Base in Amman, Jordan, in June 2019. MORE
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jose Medina, 1106th Aviation Group, explains how fabricated sheet metal should align to the beam of a UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter to 2nd Lt. Raad Alzubi, Royal Jordanian Air Force, during a recent UH-60 Blackhawk subject matter expert exchange at the King Abdullah II Air Base in Amman, Jordan, June 19, 2019.

Multi-component soldiers unite, deliver aviation excellence

July 8, 2019 — Soldiers from the National Guard and Army Reserve, united under Company D, 8th Battalion, 229th Aviation Regiment, rely on professionalism and teamwork to deliver aviation excellence for Operations Spartan Shield and Inherent Resolve. MORE
Sgt. Johnathan Kessel, an aviation component repairer (right) and Spc. James Chaffins, an aviation electrician both with the Kentucky Army National Guard’s 2nd Battalion, 147th Aviation Regiment, currently assigned to D Company, 8th Battalion, 229th Aviation Regiment, 244th Combat Aviation Brigade, troubleshoot a suspected malfunctioning UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter warning light, June 26, 2019, at Camp Buehring, Kuwait.

1st TSC Welcomes New Commanding General at Fort Knox

July 2, 2019 — 1st Theater Sustainment Command (TSC) welcomed a new commanding general during a change of command ceremony July 2, 2019, at Fort Knox, Ky. MORE
Maj. Gen. John P. Sullivan, commanding general, 1st Theater Sustainment Command (TSC), addresses the audience during his speech at the 1st TSC change of command ceremony held July 2, 2019 outside Fowler Hall at Fort Knox, Ky.

Cautionary Tales in History: 5 Lessons from Revolutionary War Missteps

July 2, 2019 — With its headquarters in close proximity to Revolutionary War battlefields at Camden, Kings Mountain, and Cowpens, the strategic planners and security cooperation officers of U.S. Army Central’s Strategic Plans division (G5) set out to analyze the British campaign in the American South. MORE
“The Battle of Cowpens” by Don Troiani is part of the National Guard Bureau Heritage Series. In upland South Carolina, January 17, 1781, at a place where local farmers penned their cows, an American force of 300 Continentals and 700 militia from North and South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia, won a brilliant victory against the British.

The Continentals who fought at Cowpens are perpetuated today by the 175th Infantry, Maryland Army National Guard, and the 198th Signal Battalion, Delaware Army National Guard, and the Virginia militia by the 116th Infantry, Virginia Army National Guard. The heritage of the rest of the American troops who fought in this "greatest tactical victory ever won on American soil" is carried on today by the Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Army National Guards. 

The National Guard Heritage Paintings are a series of original oil paintings commissioned by the National Guard Bureau to depict significant moments in the history of the National Guard and its ancestor units to inspire present-day National Guard Soldiers and Airmen.

(Photo Courtesy of the National Guard Bureau)

‘Common commitment’ to peacekeeping, future cooperation shown at Steppe Eagle 19 closing ceremony

July 1, 2019 — Following ten days of intense field training in a simulated peacekeeping environment, the nearly 400 multinational soldiers who participated in Exercise Steppe Eagle 19 concluded the event in a closing ceremony, June 27. MORE
Ambassador William H. Moser (center in suit), the United States Ambassador to Kazakhstan, stands with senior Kazakhstani Ground Forces’ officials during a visit to a forward operating base at Chilikemer Training Area near Almaty, Kazakhstan June 27, 2019, as part of Exercise Steppe Eagle 19. The Ambassador joined the U.K. Ambassador to Kazakhstan, the Deputy Commanding General for U.S. Army Central, and the state of Arizona’s Adjutant General to visit multinational troops participating in Steppe Eagle 19. The exercise is an annual U.S. Army Central-led exercise that promotes stability and interoperability in the Central and South Asia region.

Lady Liberty Arrives in Camp Arifjan, Kuwait

July 1, 2019 — The Statue of Liberty has served as a symbol of hope, perseverance, diversity, and freedom for millions of Americans since she arrived and was dedicated by President Grover Cleveland in 1886. For the 77th Sustainment Brigade, she has been their insignia and worn on their uniform since the unit was organized in 1917. MORE
Soldiers of the 77th Sustainment Brigade pose at sunset with the Statue of Liberty replica that traveled from Fort Dix, N.J. to join her Soldiers. The Statue of Liberty has served as a symbol of hope, perseverance, diversity, and freedom for millions of Americans since she arrived and was dedicated by President Grover Cleveland in 1886. For Soldiers of the 77th Sustainment Brigade, she has been their insignia and worn on their uniform since the unit was organized in 1917. The 9-foot replica arrived on June 27, 2019, and now stands in front of the brigade headquarters building at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

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