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Brig. Gen. Andrée Carter, deputy commanding general of the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne), who presided over the 2nd Psychological Operations Group change of command ceremony on November 5, 2022, shares words of wisdom at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. (US Army Photo Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Rayan)

2nd Psychological Operations Group Welcomes New Commander

“The change of command is a traditional ceremony, rich in symbolism and heritage.” With those words, the change of command between...
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Master Sgt. Kisha S. White, military equal opportunity advisor, 75th Innovation Command, U.S. Army Reserve, addresses more than 800 veterans, families, volunteers, and special guests during the closing ceremony of the Wall That Heals - Chambers County exhibit Oct. 30, 2022, in Anahuac, Texas. White, a 29-year Army veteran, was invited by the Vietnam War Memorial Fund to serve as keynote speaker for this event that attracted more than 4,500 visitors over the course of four days. White recognized the 58,281 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam while thanking veterans from that war for their courage and dedication despite the negative reception many received upon their return to the U.S. (photo courtesy of Wall That Heals - Chambers County)

More Than Mere Names: 75th Innovation Command Master Sergeant restores h...

Master Sgt. Kisha S. White, military equal opportunity advisor, 75th Innovation Command, U.S. Army Reserve, addresses more than...
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Army Reserve Soldiers provide repatriation funeral honors to long-missing World War II hero

Army Reserve Soldiers provide repatriation funeral honors to long-missin...

Army Reserve Soldiers stationed in New York lent a hand to honor a long-missing casualty of World War II Nov. 19 at St. John...
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NEWS | April 11, 2022

Cadet Huber-Feely leads his team through field leadership reaction course

By Spc. John Trapani 109th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment

U.S. Army ROTC Cadet Sylvan Huber-Feely, a sophomore at Susquehanna University, participated in a field leadership reaction course with ROTC battalions from Bucknell, Pennsylvania Tech and Penn State.

In ROTC, Huber is in his second year, where he is learning to step up more as a leader. On Saturday, he was guiding his team through the FLRC lanes during a field training exercise.

Huber and his fellow cadets practiced skills such as descending down a rappel tower, swiftly moving through an obstacle course and coming together to complete a series of missions in a team development course.

Huber is also in the Army Reserve at the 358th Engineering Company here. He is hoping that the skills he learns in the Army can help him in a civilian mechanical engineering job.

“I'm studying physics in college and I hope to get a degree in mechanical engineering.”

One of Huber’s goals is to work on race car engines.

“It's been in my head for quite a while and I watch a lot of race car events. Hopefully being with the engineers will give me more of a backing to support that.”

For now, Huber is focused on building his leadership skills and promoting his university’s ROTC program.