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Capt. Eric Rowland is a 17B who focused his efforts in the classroom and lab on improving his technical acumen, achieving the highest score in the class, a 93% on the Intrusion Detection In-Depth certification exam. This driven and mature officer also provided cogent analysis and change recommendations for the FM 3-12 update. Rowland, as a student, is already impacting the Cyber Branch with his expertise.
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On 01 SEP 19, Staff Sgt. Matthew Martorella saved the life of a teenage girl swimming in Patagonia Lake. While on a pontoon boat, Martorella heard a cry for help coming from two young girls nearby. One of the girls was struggling to swim and was pulling the other girl down in an attempt to remain afloat.  Without hesitation Martorella dove into the water and was able to rescue the drowning girl by returning her to the boat. Martorella's clear act of heroism while at risk of being pulled under himself saved the life of that young girl.
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Army Capt. Vanessa Seig, emergency physician, Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center instructs a suture clinic for premedical students during the American Medical Student Association Premed Fest at Texas A&M University Nov. 24.
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Army Sgt. Andrew Yosten, a combat medic and medical recruiter for the U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station, Houston, works with premedical students during a Stop-the-Bleed Clinic during the American Medical Student Association Premed Fest at Texas A&M University Nov. 24.
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Army Lt. Col. James Hacker, certified nurse anesthetist, Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center leads an intubation clinic for premedical students during the American Medical Student Association Premed Fest at Texas A&M University Nov. 24.
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Maj. Edward Jarrett, U.S. Army Engineer School executive officer, right, performs goblet squats with trainees assigned to Company D, 31st Engineer Battalion. The company is piloting a new concept in physical readiness called the Strength Training Program, which is designed to reduce injuries throughout Basic Combat Training
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A Soldier with 2nd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment works with a newly installed component of MAPS GEN I at Rose Barracks, Germany. Members of PM PNT worked with a team of stakeholders to install the new system on Stryker vehicles so that Soldiers could use and provide feedback on the equipment
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Meet the Gallardo sisters, Master Sgt. Eliana Y. Gallardo, operations noncommissioned officer in charge, and Capt. Carla J. Gallardo, operations officer, 1st Armored Division Sustainment Brigade Resolute Sustainment Support Brigade, (1AD RSSB), who are now deployed together to Afghanistan supporting Operation Resolute Support.
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The homepage of the World Campus is produced to enhance the professional life-long learning capabilities serving Soldiers across the world where they serve at the click of the mouse, Nov. 25.
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Pfc. Katelyn Castro arrives for Basic Combat Training, at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo., from her hometown of Joplin, Mo., on Oct. 28, 2019.
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Pvt. Rhys Bullington arrives for Basic Combat Training, at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., from his hometown of Sparta, Mo., on Oct. 28, 2019.
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Soldier from To'hajiilee credits passion for military to Navajo roots
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Dana Hatcher (center), leads a discussion on implementation of operational artillery requirements at the division artillery level Nov. 20, 2019, at Fort Sill's Snow Hall. Hatcher is a contractor with the Army Project Manager Mission Command at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.
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Noncommissioned officers from the Fort Sill NCO Academy train and teach one another how to use the fire control computer used by section chiefs during the Advanced Leaders Course. The NCO Academy here graduates over 2,900 NCOs a year. The ALC is the second course in the education system for NCOs. The purpose of the course is to increase skill levels at the section level to train, lead and fight.
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Drill Sgt. Ashley Gilbert leads her trainees in cadence during their morning march to the dining facility for breakfast at Camp Shelby Joint Force Training Center, Nov. 16, 2019, during Spartan Forge Spartan Forge is an annual event conducted by Mississippi Army National Guard Recruiting and Retention Battalion, Bravo Company.
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