"It's been about teamwork. Not whether it's a female Soldier, not whether it's a male Soldier -- it's whether a Soldier can complete the task," said Lt. Deborah Mesa, one of 60 women who participated in the study.
Not even a full day after the official publication of Army Regulation 670-1, Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond F. Chandler III took the stage at Fort Gordon to address Soldiers' questions during a tour of the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence April 1 and 2.
The most recent version of the Army's 3D virtual training game, Virtual Battle Space 3, allows players to personalize their avatar within the simulation and the scenes and scenarios look a lot more real as well.
Dozens of Fort Jackson Soldiers put their skills to the test this week for the coveted Expert Infantryman Badge, taking part in extensive field tests.
With long hours, grueling duties and limited communication with the outside world, the Warrant Officer Career College can be considered one of the most challenging schools to complete in the Army.
This effort will be informed by the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command's Network Capability Review, an ongoing study that aims to identify the proper mix of systems and their requirements to provide integrated tactical network capabilities.
Future platoon leaders from the Infantry Basic Officer Leadership Course learned the importance of facing the unexpected as a team during a room-clearing exercise March 25 at Buchanan Range.
Maj. Gen. Mark McDonald, commander of the Fires Center of Excellence at Fort Sill, Okla., told Stars and Stripes that U.S. artillery has to regain the capability to fight in more traditional, force-on-force style conflicts.
With the year-to-date shortfalls added to U.S. Army Recruiting Command’s remaining fiscal year 2014 mission, recruiters will likely have more applicants requiring a waiver.