Very little conveys the health of an Army unit better than its Soldiers re-enlisting. In the last two years, more than a fifth of the troops at the 277th Engineer Company (Horizontal) have raised their right hands.
Women have served on the battlefield along men as early as the Revolutionary War. At that time, such women were known as “Molly Pitchers.” The title was coined for women who brought water to cool off the cannons.
Army Reserve Soldiers from around the 310th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) entered the ultimate test during the 310th ESC 2015 Best Warrior Competition.
Some people join the U.S. Army to serve our country, some to continue the legacy of service found throughout their family history, some for the great benefits and career opportunities available and some as an option to better their lives.
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