Army Reserve chaplains spend a week training with Canadian military chaplains on religious analysis training
Reliving lessons learned from past wars is an integral part of officer development. Many of the programs and services we have in today’s Army can be directly attributed to missteps and mistakes made in past conflicts.
During a time of budget constraints, organizations all across the military are seeking ways to maintain effective training and readiness at the lowest possible cost.
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Mark Bowling, a construction engineering technician with 377th Engineer Company, was awarded the Army Engineer Association's Best Warrant Officer Award this year.
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