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Toggle %s OPERATION BRIGHT STAR: Exercise Burning Daylight &Purple Warrior Report

Posted By:  SPC J.LaFlash @ April 26, 2017 - 04:04 PM

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Apr 23rd 2017 Alpha and Bravo Company, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division were dispatched to Germany to participate in Operation Bright Star.

Alpha Company arrived in Takistan and were instructed to destroy 3 caches located throughout the city. While trying to complete their mission, they were met with opposing forces, some of these including civilian forces.

OPFOR was heavily armed from equipment within the caches and it was detrimental to Alpha Company to take out all caches in a timely manner. Troops were able to successfully eliminate enemies caches with minimal civilian casualties.

 

Bravo Company was dispatched to a small mountain village in Germany that opposing forces were using as a command post and for Anti-Air operations. A small passageway through the mountains allowed for armor and AA to get to the village.

1st platoon was tasked with pressing into the village and securing the area. Although facing organized fighting forces, the troops were able to secure the small village. After this was completed, 2nd platoon set out to secure the small roadway running from the village through the mountains. Here they were able to prevent anyone from escaping, reinforcements entering the village or equipment being relocated.

Bravo company was very organized and adapted well to the changing circumstances of the opposing forces and were able to successfully complete their mission. HOOAH!

 


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Toggle %s Happy Birthday Army Reserves

Posted By:  SFC J.Johnson @ April 22, 2017 - 11:00 PM

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The 3rd Infantry Division would like to wish the Army Reserve a Happy Birthday! The Army Reserve was founded April 23, 1908, when Congress authorized the Army to establish a Medical Reserve Corps, the official predecessor of the Army Reserve.

Over the years, Reserve Soldiers have participated in every major military campaign to include; World War I, World War II, Korean War, Cold War, Desert Shield/Desert Storm and the Global War on Terrorism. 

Today, approximately 200,000 Army Reserve Soldiers serve around the globe. 

 

 

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Toggle %s Airborne School 17-04

Posted By:  CPT A.Cantu @ April 16, 2017 - 08:57 PM

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Congratulations to the class of 17-04 (Arma 3) for completing Airborne School in conjunction with the 173rd Airborne Brigade. Soldiers who have completed the school for the first time have been awarded their Basic Parachutist Badge. Great job to everyone who attended. Hooah!

 

 

 

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Toggle %s AIT Class 17-25

Posted By:  SPC K.Grigorov @ April 16, 2017 - 05:43 PM

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Congratulations to the soldiers of BCT class 17-25 (Arma 3) for successful completion of training! These soldiers have been awarded the Army Service Ribbon and have earned the right to be full active members of their squad and the division! This is merely the first step in your career here at 3rdID, we look forward to your continued success! Hooah

 

 

 

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Toggle %s Happy Easter

Posted By:  SFC J.Johnson @ April 16, 2017 - 01:14 AM

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The 3rd Infantry Division would like to wish all those out there a Happy Easter. Spend this day with your loved ones and eat good food and find those eggs. Also keep in your minds all those soliders deployed oversees that cannot spend this day with their families. There will still be a mandatory FTX today. If you cannot attend, please put a TPR in and we will see you when you return. Have a safe holiday.

 

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Toggle %s Air Force Reserves Birthday

Posted By:  SFC J.Johnson @ April 14, 2017 - 05:08 PM

The 3rd Infantry Division would like to wish the Air Force Reserve a Happy Birthday!

Since President Harry S. Truman called for the formation of the Air Force Reserve in 1948, it has been a critical part of the nation's defense. Its mission is to provide combat ready forces to Fly, Fight and Win.

Operating in various locations around the world, the Air Force Reserve has evolved from a "stand by" force for emergencies into a Major Command (MAJCOM) of the Active Duty Air Force.

The Air Force Reserve currently performs about 20 percent of the work of the Air Force, including traditional flying missions and other more specialized missions, such as Weather Reconnaissance (Hurricane Hunters), Modular Aerial Fire Fighting (MAFFs) and Personnel Recovery (Pararescuemen).

 

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Toggle %s 3rdID - April Podcast 2017

Posted By:  SFC J.Johnson @ April 11, 2017 - 09:19 PM
Third Infantry Division's Public Affairs Office is proud to release our April podcast! This month we feature 2LT D.Hardy, Platoon Leader for Alpha Company, First Platoon.
 

 


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Toggle %s Operation Die By The Sword - Hearts and Minds

Posted By:  CPT A.Cantu @ April 11, 2017 - 04:29 PM

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Unofficial Hearts and Minds Operation held every Wednesday and Saturday night starting at 1900EST.
Play time is usually 4+ hours so come when you can. All 3rdID Members are welcome to join.

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This past week, soldiers from First Battalion 30th Infantry Regiment, Third Infantry Division (3rdID) deployed to Takistan on a volunteer basis, for an unofficial operation to combat the Islamic State of Takistan Forces (ISTF). The ISTF has been terrorizing the region and committing crimes against humanity. While the bulk of 3rdID soldiers are currently officially deployed to Germany in support of Operation Bright Star, these soldiers have volunteers to help in Takistan on their stand down days, Wednesday and Saturday. 

 

In the past week, our soldiers have successfully deployed and fortified Forward Operating Base Hotel California. They have already begun working diligently to win the hearts and minds of the local population by successfully conducting missions such as, clearing ISTF road checkpoints, responding to local medical emergencies, rescuing downed civilian pilots, providing medical and food supplies to various towns, and freeing some villages which were under direct attack by ISTF. 

This coming Wednesday, twelfth of April 2017, we will be conducting our first resupply mission. Do you have what it takes to help us drive back and eliminate the ISTF? Join us in Teamspeak at 1900 EST in the Operation Die By The Sword Channel! If you can't make it at 1900, we will be playing late into the evening so feel free to jump in when you can!


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