Austin: Understanding Middle East vital to addressing Centcom challenges
“The Middle East is an incredibly complex, dynamic and volatile area,” said Army Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, who assumed command in March with responsibility for overseeing U.S. military operations in most of the Middle East as well as Southwest Asia.
Marines train African troops to fight pirates
Leathernecks part of an expanded American military presence in Africa.
Almost 200 years later, the National Anthem continues to inspire
There is more to “The Star Spangled Banner” than meets the ear.
Special Ops commanders seek intel, data-sharing assets
What is next for Special Ops?
Orient Shield promotes U.S.-Japan readiness, interoperability
“If there is something common across the [area of responsibility], it is the awareness that there is going to be a natural disaster. So nations are focusing on that,” said Army Col. Phillip Meade, the director of Pacom’s Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance.
Saber Junction reflects post-Afghanistan training model
Saber Junction 2012 kicked off Oct. 7 and will continue through October. It brings together almost 4,000 participants from the Army’s 2nd Cavalry Regiment and 17 allied and partner nations, as well as U.S. government agencies.