U.S. Army Major General Marcia Anderson spoke at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, sharing her journey toward reaching one of the highest-ranking positions in the military.
“The Army Reserve is a great way to feed that itch.”
Army Reserve Soldiers from the 256th Combat Support Hospital in Twinsburg, Ohio, traveled west to a remote American Indian Reservation in Montana to augment medical staff at the Northern Cheyenne Community Health Center (NCCHC) in July and August.
This month’s issue of the Double Eagle is devoted to the often-taboo subject of suicide, or better still, suicide prevention.
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