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Thomas Jefferson High school Army Junior ROTC CyberPatriot team members get some coaching from George Cue, an employee with 25th Air Force’s 625th Operations Center. During their Jan. 31 meeting, the team discusses the challenges they will face as they advance forward to the gold and platinum rounds of this year’s competition.
Students from Thomas Jefferson High School’s Army Junior ROTC CyberPatriot team learn about networking and operations systems during the CyberPatriot team meeting in San Antonio Jan. 31. Jefferson’s team advanced to the gold and platinum rounds of this year’s competition.
Chief Petty Officer Kelelu Kromah, a recruiter assigned to Navy Recruiting District New York, joined by Chief Petty Officer Alexis Danet, assigned to NRD Miami, shares his prospecting plan with Navy Recruiting Command’s National Training and Quality Assurance Team during a Leading Petty Officers (LPO) Course held at the Double Tree Hotel.
Chief Petty Officer Christian Torres (left), an accessor instructor assigned to Navy Recruiting Command’s National Training and Quality Assurance Team, joined by Chief Petty Officer Kevin Jones of Chicago, a trainer assigned to Navy Recruiting District San Antonio, provides instruction on building a targeted prospecting plan to recruiters of NRD’s and Navy Talent Acquisition Groups during a Leading Petty Officers (LPO) Course held at the Double Tree Hotel.
Chief Petty Officer Nolita Whiten, an assessor/trainer assigned to Navy Recruiting Command’s (NRC) National Training and Quality Assurance Team, provides instruction on Web R-Tools maintenance to Navy Recruiting District San Antonio’s leading petty officers, Petty Officers 1st Class Juan De Leon and Elbert Anderson, during a Leading Petty Officers Course held at the Double Tree Hotel.
Chief Petty Officer Kevin Jones, a trainer assigned to Navy Recruiting District San Antonio, provides market development training to recruiters of NRD’s and Navy Talent Acquisition Groups during a Leading Petty Officers Course held at the Double Tree Hotel.
The month of March is dedicated to brain injury awareness and prevention.
Soldiers conduct the deadlift event of the new Army Combat Fitness Test in Georgetown, South Carolina, Feb. 9. The 1-178th Field Artillery is one of six battalions in the National Guard and 63 Army-wide selected for the pilot program to help validate scoring and administration of the ACFT.
Raul Guerra leads discussion of a case study during a pilot training workshop for cost realism analysis Jan. 23 at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. Guerra is the cost-price functional manager for the Mission and Installation Contracting Command at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston.
According to Air Force Reserve Command Intelligence, open sources report that cyber actors and terrorists use multiple fake personas on social media to target Defense Department personnel.
The U.S. Army G1, Lt. Gen. Thomas Seamands, previews the Integrated Personnel and Pay System - Army (IPPS-A) app while visiting Pennsylvania Army National Guard Soldiers at Fort Indiantown Gap Feb. 7.
The Daughters of the American Revolution’s Alamo Chapter hosts “The Wall That Heals,” a traveling representation of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery Feb. 28 through March 3. The cemetery is located at 1520 Harry Wurzbach Road, near the Wurzbach Entry Control Point at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. The new “Wall That Heals” exhibit features a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., and a mobile education center that gives visitors a better understanding of the legacy of the Wall and educates about the impact of the Vietnam War.
The Daughters of the American Revolution’s Alamo Chapter hosts “The Wall That Heals,” a traveling representation of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery Feb. 28 through March 3. The cemetery is located at 1520 Harry Wurzbach Road, near the Wurzbach Entry Control Point at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. The replica is 375 feet in length and stands 7.5 feet high at its tallest point. Visitors experience it rising above them as they walk towards the apex, a key feature of the design of the original wall in Washington, D.C.
The Daughters of the American Revolution’s Alamo Chapter hosts “The Wall That Heals,” a traveling representation of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery Feb. 28 through March 3. The cemetery is located at 1520 Harry Wurzbach Road, near the Wurzbach Entry Control Point at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. The new “Wall That Heals” exhibit features a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., and a mobile education center that gives visitors a better understanding of the legacy of the Wall and educates about the impact of the Vietnam War.
Like the original memorial, “The Wall That Heals” is erected in a chevron shape and visitors can do name rubbings of individual service member's names. The replica is constructed of Avonite, a synthetic granite, and its 140 numbered panels are supported by an aluminum frame. Machine engraving of the more than 58,000 names along with modern LED lighting provide readability day and night.
Laura DeLeon, a junior at Cole High School, submitted an image of the Alamo for the themed photo competition at the Journalism Education Association/National Scholastic Press Association National High School Journalism Convention held in November in Chicago. DeLeon was one of only three high school students from across the U.S. who earned the superior rating in the themed photo category.
Raquelle Bennett, a junior at Cole High School, won the superior rating medal in the photography portfolio competition at the Journalism Education Association/National Scholastic Press Association National High School Journalism Convention held in November in Chicago. She was one of only three high school students from across the U.S. who earned the superior rating in the portfolio category.
Laura DeLeon, a junior at Cole High School, was awarded the superior rating medal in the themed photo competition at the Journalism Education Association/National Scholastic Press Association National High School Journalism Convention held in November in Chicago. DeLeon was one of only three high school students from across the U.S. who earned the superior rating in the themed photo category.
“Jumbled” is one of eight photos Raquelle Bennett, a junior at Cole High School, submitted for the photography portfolio category at the Journalism Education Association/National Scholastic Press Association National High School Journalism Convention held in November in Chicago. Bennett won the superior rating, only one of three high school students from across the U.S. to earn the rating in the portfolio competition.
Retired Army Lt. Gen. Raymond V. Mason, director of Army Emergency Relief (left), and retired Army Command Sgt. Maj. Charles E. Durr Jr., AER chief of assistance, review AER educational materials at U.S. Army Installation Management Command headquarters at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Jan. 23.