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An American Soldier whose remains could not be matched with a name for nearly seven decades after his death in the Korean War, was borne to his grave here with meticulous dignity Nov. 3 by white-gloved Soldiers of the same regiment he'd served with at his death in 1950. Sgt. 1st Class James Silas Streetman Jr. was killed in action July 1950 at age 20 while serving with Company B, 1st Battalion, 19th Infantry Regiment, then part of the 24th Infantry Division. (U.S. Army photo by Shantika Ogletree, Maneuver Center of Excellence, Fort Benning Public Affairs)
Listed as unknown for decades, Soldier killed in Korean War buried at Fort Benning
By Franklin Fisher | Nov. 17, 2018
An American Soldier whose remains could not be matched with a name for nearly seven decades after his death in the Korean War, was borne to his grave here with meticulous dignity Nov. 3 by white-gloved Soldiers of the same regiment he'd served with at his death in 1950. Sgt. 1st Class James Silas Streetman Jr. was killed in action July 1950 at age 20 while serving with Company B, 1st Battalion, 19th Infantry Regiment, then part of the 24th Infantry Division. He died in the division's desperate fight against a much larger North Korean forces near Taejon (now Daejon), South Korea. He was born and raised in Columbus, Georgia, was known to his family as "Junior" and to fellow-Soldiers as "Jimmy."

Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicles make up the tactical action center for the 2d Cavalry Regiment during Dragoon Ready at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, Oct. 19, 2018. Dragoon Ready is a 7th Army Training Command/Joint Multinational Readiness Center led exercise designed to enhance readiness and qualify 2CR in Unified Land Operations. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Ellen C. Brabo, 2d Cavalry Regiment)
Army Rapid Capabilities Office embraces new projects, says farewell to its current director
By Nancy Jones-Bonbres | Nov. 16, 2018
Even the cold, wet weather in Hohenfels, Germany couldn't dampen the enthusiasm of the Soldiers of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment. After all, they were demonstrating the Army's first electronic warfare prototypes for brigade and below to the Army Rapid Capabilities Office (RCO), which played a major role in delivering the new equipment.

Brig. Gen. Douglas M. McBride Jr., the 55th Quartermaster General, passes the QM Corps Warrant Officer Regimental Charter to CW5 Maria G. Martinez during an assumption of responsibility ceremony Nov. 5 in Mullins Auditorium, Challen Hall. Martinez, the 15th CWO of the QM Corps and a native of Mexico, is the first female to hold such a title in any of CASCOM's logistics branches. She replaced CW5 Jonathan O. Yerby, who is now the CASCOM CWO. Retired CW5 Samuel Galloway, honorary warrant officer of the QM regiment, also was a part of the assumption of responsibility but is not pictured.(Photo Credit: T. Anthony Bell)
Quartermaster Corps names first woman to chief warrant officer post
By T. Anthony Bell | Nov. 16, 2018
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Maria G. Martinez and her husband, retired CW5 Mauricio E. Martinez Sr., were once the Army's only couple wearing the highest rank of the Warrant Officer Cohort. Taking into account that less than 1 percent of Soldiers in the cohort ever achieve the rank of CW5, the chances of two in one family becomes even more remote, and consequently significant.
TRADOC's Mission

TRADOC executes its mission through five major subordinate centers and commands:

Army Capabilities Integration Center

Combined Arms Center

US Army Recruiting Command

US Army Cadet Command   

Initial Military Training

TRADOC also oversees 32 Army schools organized under eight Centers of Excellence, each focused on a separate area of expertise within the Army. These centers train over 500,000 Soldiers and service members each year.

TRADOC was born of innovation and agility, and quickly adapts to shifting world, national, and institutional situations, in both peace and war. TRADOC's adaptive character and culture ensures our Army remains the nation's "force of decisive action."

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General Stephen J. Townsend, TRADOC Commanding General

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