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Toggle %s Promotion Ceremony | 04 Feb

Posted By:  SGT A.Bee @ February 06, 2018 - 12:24 AM

 

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In January, we had a lot of people complete the Warrior Leadership Course. They are taking the next step in becoming a leader within the unit. Insurgency had a lot of new soldiers in January. The quote of the month is “Leadership is not about a title or a designation. It’s about impact, influence and inspiration. Impact involves getting results, influence is about spreading the passion you have for your work and you have to inspire teammates.” - Robin S. Sharma.

 

Anniversary:

First Sergeant Elgin Gilmore been here for 6 years on Feb. 20, 2018

Sergeant James Anderson been here for 1 years on Feb. 25, 2018

Corporal Jeroen Jrifat been here for 1 years on Feb. 1, 2018

Corporal Marco Benitez been here for 1 years on Feb. 26, 2018

 

 

The goals for this month are to keep growing as one. Keep the communication open, as in TPRs and LOAs when you can’t make it to the events. The key value is “Selfless Service” from the seven army values.

 

 

The promotions and awards are as follows;

 

BCT Graduates for the Month of (Month):

 

Private First Class Mark Owen

Private Trainee Aiden Hanson

Recruit Lukas Soskos

Recruit Logan O’Neil

 

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Private Second Class Gordon Bluehair promoted to Private First Class.

Private Second Class Greg Arust promoted to Private First Class.

Private Second Class Nuno Moreira promoted to Private First Class.

Private Second Class Zhang Evan promoted to Private First Class.

 

 

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Private First Class Adam Wolfstein promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class Edward Smith promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class Frederik Wilson promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class Jacob Vanta promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class Luka Gregurevic promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class Mark Hibby promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class Robert Warren promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class William Powers promoted to Specialist.

 

 

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Specialist Afik Zvik promoted to Corporal.

Specialist Daniels Diicmanis promoted to Corporal.

Specialist Eric Brock promoted to Corporal.

Specialist Eric Cole promoted to Corporal.

Specialist Joseph Charles promoted to Corporal.

Specialist Phillip Stowe promoted to Corporal.

Specialist Matt Zamora promoted to Corporal.

Specialist Todd Ellzey promoted to Corporal.

 

 

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Corporal Jacob Theriault promoted to Sergeant.

Corporal Marco Benitez promoted to Sergeant.

Corporal Zak Owen promoted to Sergeant.

 

 

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Sergeant James Mott promoted to Staff Sergeant.

 

 

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Specialist Thomas May promoted to Warrant Candidate.

Private First Class Ed O’Neill promoted to Warrant Candidate.

Private First Class Nicklas Kramar promoted to Warrant Candidate.

Private First Class Thomas Knox promoted to Warrant Candidate.

 

 

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Army Service Ribbon, ASR

 

Private First Class Mark Owen

Private Trainee Aiden Hanson

Recruit Lukas Soskos

Recruit Logan O’Neil

 

 

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NCO Development Ribbion, NCODEV

 

Sergeant Luka Andersen

Sergeant Zak Owen

Corporal Eric Cole

Corporal Ethan Verhein

Corporal Hayden Giordano

Corporal Justyn Martin

Corporal Jaakko Rauan

Corporal Simon Riley

Corporal Tony Pearson

Specialist Clint Gonsalves

Specialist Caleb Wiggs

Specialist Justyn Martin

Specialist Nuno Moreira

Specialist Phillip Stowe

Specialist Todd Ellzey

Private First Class William Powers

Warrant Officer Candidate Thomas May

 

 

 

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Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, MOVSM

 

Private First Class Edward Smith

 

 

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Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, GWOTSM

 

Private First Class William Powers

 

 

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National Defense Service Medal, NDSM

 

(Rank) (Name)

Warrant Officer Candidate Thomas Knox - United States Air Force

Private First Class Mark Owen - British Army

Private Second Class Ronnie Albritton - United States Army


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Good Conduct Medal, GCM

 

Captain Quentin Simmons

First Lieutenant Dana Cantu

First Lieutenant Denny Strickland

First Lieutenant Douglas Lipnitz

Second Lieutenant Jasmine Johnson

Master Sergeant Dylan Jackman

Sergeant First Class Nathan Primrose

Sergeant First Class Guillermo Ancheta

Staff Sergeant James Mott

Sergeant Andrew Garab

Sergeant Angie Bee

Sergeant Clint Murdoch

Sergeant Guillermo Ancheta

Sergeant Jacob Theriault

Sergeant Marco Benitez

Sergeant Matthew Carter

Sergeant Sean Peterman

Sergeant Toby Bacoon

Corporal Afik Zvik

Corporal Daniels Diicmanis

Corporal Ethan Verhein

Corporal Hayden Giordano

Corporal Simon Riley

Corporal Tony Pearson

Specialist Adam Wolfstein

Specialist Alex Barsan

Specialist Caleb Wiggs

Specialist Frederik Wilson

Specialist Geovanie Hernandez

Specialist Justyn Martin

Specialist Kevin Stubbs

Specialist McKenzie Stone

Private First Class Edward Smith

Private First Class Jonathan Skoldekrans

Private First Class Jacob Vanta

Private First Class Mack Frannis

Private First Class Zhang Evan

Warrant Officer Candidate Ed O’Neill

 

 

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Army Achievement Medal, AAM

 

Sergeant Guillermo Ancheta

Specialist Phillip Stowe

Specialist Eric Brock

 

 

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Joint Service Achievement Medal, JSAM

 

Sergeant First Class Nick Lipnitz

Sergeant Clint Murdoch

Specialist Dylan McKenzie

 

 

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Joint Service Commendation Medal, JSCM

 

First Lieutenant Dana Cantu

First Sergeant Randall Wendt

 

 

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Army Commendation Medal, ACM

 

First Sergeant Elgin Gilmore

Sergeant First Class Nick Lipnitz

Corporal Simon Riley

Specialist Joseph Charles

 

 

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Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, AFEM

 

Sergeant Brandon Langford

Sergeant Clint Murdoch

Specialist James Simmonds

Specialist Kevin Chandler

Specialist Todd Ellzey

 

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Meritorious Service Medal, MSM

 

First Lieutenant Denny Strickland

First Sergeant Randell Wendt

 

 

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Purple Heart, PH

 

Sergeant First Class Garry Beaudoin

Staff Sergeant Peter Fransson

 

 

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Bronze Star, BS

 

Sergeant First Class Jake Keyes

 

 

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Master Aviator Badge

 

Captain Quentin Simmons

 

 

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Combat Action Badge, CAB

 

Chief Warrant Officer 2 Joe Lex

 

 

 

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Combat Infantryman Badge, CIB

 

Warrant Officer Candidate Nicklas Kramer

Corporal Eric Cole

Private First Class Nardus Saayman

Private First Class Greg Arust

Private Second Class Ronnie Albritton

Private Second Class Joel Evangelista

Private Second Class Brett Hansen

 

 

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Combat Infantryman Badge, CIB 2

 

Private Second Class Kevin Wu

 

 

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Combat Infantryman Badge, CIB 3

 

Corporal Joseph Charles

 

 

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French Fourragere

 

Lieutenant Colonal John LaFlash

Captain Arthur Cantu

Captain Quentin Simmons

First Lieutenant Daniel Hardy

Second Lieutenant Jasmine Johnson

Master Sergeant Dylan Jackman

First Sergeant Elgin Gilmore

Sergeant First Class Garry Beaudoin

Sergeant A.Bee


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Toggle %s 77th Birthday of USO

Posted By:  SGT A.Bee @ February 04, 2018 - 06:45 PM

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The United Service Organization was founded on February 4, 1941 by Franklin D. Roosevelt. They are a nonprofit organization that helps the men and women in uniform to stay connected with their families while they are away from home. They provide assistance with phone calls to home, the sending of care packages, welcoming our heroes home, assisting wounded soldiers, and much more. Today, they are celebrating 77 years of helping our brothers in uniform. This is one of their many stories:

 

 


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Toggle %s Groundhog Day 2/2/2018

Posted By:  SGT A.Bee @ February 02, 2018 - 10:12 AM

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In 1887, the myth of Groundhog Day was not as widely known as it is today. Started in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania by the local Elks Lodge. The lodge members started this holiday following the tradition started in German-speaking areas of animals forecasting the weather. The lodge observes a groundhog emerging from its burrow on February 2 of each year. If the groundhog sees its shadow due to clear weather, it will return to its den and winter will continue for six more weeks. If it does not see its shadow, spring was coming early. Since its founding, film and television have helped boost the popularity of this event. Now people come from far and wide to see if the groundhog will see his shadow and tell them how the seasons will change.


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Posted By:  SGT A.Bee @ January 28, 2018 - 08:34 PM


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Toggle %s Warrior Leadership Course 18-01

Posted By:  SGT A.Bee @ January 25, 2018 - 07:39 PM

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NCO's are the backbone of the unit and the Army. The Warrior Leadership Course is a two day event that helps prepare soldiers to take up the role of NCO, giving them the tools needed to be effective leaders. Candidates are those Specialists and Corporals who have shown the potential and drive to be solid leaders of Fireteams as well as opening the opportunity for advance to Sergeant and beyond.

 

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Graduates are also eligible to be awarded the NCO Professional Development Ribbon, which shall be awarded pending approval of the Company Commander.

 

SGT.png Sergeant Lukas Andersen

CPL.png Corporal Hayden Giordano

CPL.png Corporal Zak Owen

CPL.png Corporal Tony Pearson

CPL.png Corporal Jaakko Rauan

CPL.png Corporal Simon Riley

CPL.png Corporal Ethan Verhein

SPC.png Specialist Eric Cole

SPC.png Specialist Todd Ellzey

SPC.png Specialist Clint Gonsalves

SPC.png Specialist Justyn Martin

SPC.png Specialist Thomas May

SPC.png Specialist Phillip Stowe

SPC.png Specialist Nicholas Udeanu

SPC.png Specialist Caleb Wiggs

PFC.png Private First Class William Powers


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Toggle %s Newsletter - January 2018

Posted By:  SSG P.Fransson @ January 25, 2018 - 03:25 PM

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The Public Affairs Office is proud to release the first Newsletter of 2018!

 

Inside, you will find information on the latest developments in Operation Freedom's Sentinel, our Soldier of the Quarter, community screenshots of the month, 3rdID history and current events, as well as messages from the Battalion and Company Commanders.

 

Click to download!


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Toggle %s New Video Release

Posted By:  SGT A.Bee @ January 21, 2018 - 07:01 PM

 

The Public Affairs Office is proud to release its newest recording of combat operations in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel.

 

The newest video is a condensed, action-packed recap of highlights from last week's mission. This week, the focus is on Bandits; generally, PAO's Audiovisual Team will aim to compile footage from all major elements. For raw footage, check out the Helmet Cam playlist, where we'll be uploading choice uncut recordings.

 

The Office will be uploading weekly, so make sure to subscribe to the 3rd Infantry Division's official YouTube channel -- if you haven't already!


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Toggle %s Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday

Posted By:  SGT A.Bee @ January 15, 2018 - 09:32 AM

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Happy Birthday to Dr. King!

 

On this day in 1929, Michael King Jr. was born in Atlanta, GA. He would be later known as Martin. He came from a long line of American baptist pastors. Graduating from high school at 15, then receiving his B.A in sociology in 1948 from Morehouse College, he eventually received his Ph.D. in systematic theology from Boston University on June 5, 1955.  While pursuing doctoral studies, King worked as an assistant minister at Boston's historic Twelfth Baptist Church.

 

In March 1955, a 15-year-old African-American schoolgirl refused to give her seat up for a white person on a segregated bus -- an action in violation of Jim Crow Laws. This was repeated, more famously, later that same year by Rosa Parks. King responded with the Montgomery Bus Boycott, which lasted for 385 days. His famous “I have a Dream” was delivered on August 28, 1963 to a quarter of a million attendees at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.

 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. chose to stand up for everyone and made a place in history for himself. With his speech still resounding across the world, let us take today to remember a great man for his words of love and the peace he spread.

 

Below is a video of his famous “I Have a Dream” speech:

 


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