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Gen. Paul E. Funk II, commanding general, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, provides opening remarks during the command’s Former Senior Leaders Forum, held Nov. 19-20 at Fort Eustis, Va. The event provided an opportunity for the current leadership to learn from the experiences and perspectives of those who have previously led the Army’s center for recruiting, training and educating Soldiers.
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Retired Command Sgt. Maj. Anthony Williams, a former command sergeant major of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, speaks as retired Command Sgt. Maj. John Sparks listens during the TRADOC Senior Leaders Forum held Nov. 19-20, 2019, at Fort Eustis, Va. Williams shared his experience leading the command’s effort to redesign the Primary Leadership Development Course and the Sergeants Major Course during his tenure.
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Gen. Paul E. Funk II (center), commanding general of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, poses with former TRADOC commanding generals and command sergeants major during the Former Senior Leaders Forum, held Nov. 19-20 at Fort Eustis, Va. The event provided an opportunity for the current leadership to learn from the experiences and perspectives of those who have previously led the Army’s center for recruiting, training and educating Soldiers.
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U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Edward Chase, a drill sergeant with the 2-39 Infantry Battalion, 165th Inf. Brigade at Fort Jackson, examines a wound during the medical lane of the Expert Soldier Badge course at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, Nov. 18, 2019. There were 10 tasks in the medical lane, including requesting medical evacuation, providing care under fire, moving a casualty and controlling blood loss.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Derek Seifert)
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U.S. Army Spc. Keenan Baker, a military policeman with the 108th Military Police at Fort Bragg, searches a suspect during a task in the weapons lane during the Expert Soldier Badge course at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, Nov. 18, 2019. To be awarded the ESB, Soldiers must pass 30 tasks designed to enhance the lethality and readiness of the force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Derek Seifert)
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U.S. Army Capt. David Morin, a network officer with the 93rd Signal Brigade, begins the task to transmit a spot report during the Expert Soldier Badge course at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, Nov. 18, 2019. The ESB allows a Soldier to demonstrate a high level of competence and ability to perform to-standard Skill Level I Warrior Tasks and brigade commander-selected tasks. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Derek Seifert)
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U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Edward Chase, a drill sergeant with the 2-39 Infantry Battalion, 165th Inf. Brigade at Fort Jackson, dresses a broken bone injury during the Expert Soldier Badge course at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, Nov. 18, 2019. The ESB consists of the Army Physical Fitness Test, day and night land navigation, medical, weapons and patrol lanes and concluded with a 12-mile foot march. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Derek Seifert)
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Col. Stallings passes the sword of the noncommissioned officer to Command Sgt. Maj. Russell, incoming command sergeant major, signifying the change of responsibility between Russell and Command Sgt. Maj. Multunas during the Recruiting and Retention College Change of Responsibility that took place at Fort Knox, Kentucky Nov. 21.
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SSG Wesley Surface is the lead instructor at the Engines Annex, 1st EN Bde. He also is an active participant in the class mentor program for each 91L class. SSG Surface goes above and beyond to ensure he is an effective and valuable mentor to each of his classes. He can always be found motivating Soldiers during PT and he also takes time out of his evenings, after instructing all day, to mentor Soldiers on various topics about the Army and their MOSs. His speeches at the classes' graduations are also very inspiring and well thought out. It is obvious that SSG Surface takes pride in ensuring the next generation of leaders in our Army are prepared and ready to serve honorably and to make an impact. We are extremely fortunate to have someone as passionate as SSG Surface, and we greatly appreciate his care for people.
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On the night of 16 October, SFC (P) Max Gideon was walking a platoon patrol and as the unit began movement to their patrol base he noticed one Ranger Student falling back in the formation.  As the Student continued to fall back SFC (P) Gideon stopped him to assess his condition when he noticed signs of respiratory distress and hives.  SFC (P) Gideon's training and quick thinking enabled him to recognize the early signs of anaphylaxis; he immediately notified the Primary Instructor (PI) and Medics.  As the PI and Medics moved to his location, SFC (P) Gideon provided initial treatment and prepared a 9-line MEDEVAC.  SFC (P) Gideon's accurate assessment and rapid response ensured timely treatment at a higher level of care and enabled the Student to return to training.
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SSG D'Edward Hodge (1-210th AV/128th AB) is a 15N Instructor serving as the Standardization NCO in Training Management and also serves as the Company Equal Opportunity Liaison. He recently led his entire team to achieving a "commendable" rating for their Company EO Program and was selected by the Battalion ICI Team as the top program/individual inspected. SSG Hodge also serves as a leader in our community where he volunteers as the football coach for the "Tyler Tigers", a 10U youth football team in the Newport News City league.
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SPC Debarros significantly exceeded the standard and passed the Department of the Army Military Working Dog (MWD) Certification with his MWD Nina. SPC Debarros spent numerous hours, to include coming in on his personal time, to prepare his MWD for certification. As a result, he accomplished this task in an impressive 30 days, which normally takes newly paired teams up to 180 days.    He showed exceptional initiative, drive, and discipline by having MWD Nina certified in this short amount of time.
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Ms. Jessica Brown demonstrates commitment, resiliency, and teamwork beyond her peers.  Twice a week, she voluntarily attends physical training with the staff in the morning​, assisting with training to include ACFT preparation and testing.  She doesn't do this as a part of a special program, it is completely on her own for the purpose of improving herself and motivating the team.  Ms Brown’s presence motivates the Staff and Soldiers with her commitment and effort.  For her above and beyond efforts she is our Civilian Hero of the Battlefield.
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Gen. Paul E. Funk II, commanding general, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, speaks with U.S. Army #FORSCOM commanders and command sergeants major about "unity of effort, unity of command" as part of the commander's forum, Nov. 14, at Fort Bragg, N.C. (Photo Credit: Ms. Eve Meinhardt)
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Gen. Paul E. Funk II, commanding general, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, speaks with U.S. Army #FORSCOM commanders and command sergeants major about "unity of effort, unity of command" as part of the commander's forum, Nov. 14, at Fort Bragg, N.C. (Photo Credit: Ms. Eve Meinhardt)
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Gen. Paul E. Funk II, commanding general, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, speaks with U.S. Army #FORSCOM commanders and command sergeants major about "unity of effort, unity of command" as part of the commander's forum, Nov. 14, at Fort Bragg, N.C. (Photo Credit: Ms. Eve Meinhardt)
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