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Toggle %s Father's Day 2017

Posted By:  SFC J.Johnson @ June 18, 2017 - 11:10 AM



3rdID would like to wish all those dad in the unit a Happy Father's Day! Take some time off and spend some time with your kids and family. Crack a beer open and relax in that easy chair. This is for all those dads that can't be there with their families and kids today. Operations and FTXs will continue as normal. If you must miss, please TPR or inform your next in chain. Enjoy your day and see you on the battlefield. To all the dads, HOOAH!




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Toggle %s Flag Day 2017

Posted By:  SFC J.Johnson @ June 14, 2017 - 11:47 AM



Flag Day is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States, which happened on June 14, 1777, by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. The United States Army also celebrates the U.S. Army Birthdays on this date; Congress adopted "the American continental army" after reaching a consensus position in the Committee of the Whole on June 14, 1775.
In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation that officially established June 14 as Flag Day; in August 1949, National Flag Day was established by an Act of Congress.
So wave your flag high honor the land you stand on!



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Toggle %s Army birthday 2017

Posted By:  SFC J.Johnson @ June 14, 2017 - 11:41 AM



Over 242 years ago, the Continental Army was founded. The Continental Army was formed by the Second Continental Congress after the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War by the colonies that became the United States of America. Established by a resolution of the Congress on June 14, 1775, it was created to coordinate the military efforts of the Thirteen Colonies in their revolt against the rule of Great Britain. The Continental Army was supplemented by local militias and troops that remained under control of the individual states or were otherwise independent. 


Today, we honor our heritage. The US Army has come a long way since its birth and it continues to improve with time. Here's to another year soldiers! Hooah!






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Toggle %s Ranger School - Class 2017

Posted By:  CPL W.Fives @ June 12, 2017 - 03:32 PM



Ranger School

June 10th, 2017



Ranger School teaches members leadership skills in a 12-hour high intensity course. The first phase of the Ranger School was an introduction and explanation of the mission along with a quick training on the procedures and tactics that were expected and utilized to complete the objectives. Once the training phase was over, the mission started with setting up the camp one hour after midnight and guarding the camp/going on patrols during the 9 hours night. The course ended with 2 hours of intensive combat shortly paused for briefings between missions.


Congratulations to our soldiers who promoted one of the hardest courses organised by a Realism Gaming Unit:



1SG.pngFirst Sergeant Elgin Gilmore

1SG.pngFirst Sergeant Randell Wendt

SFC.pngSergeant First Class Alex Crasci

SSG.pngStaff Sergeant Daniel Shade

SGT.pngSergeant Joseph Hill

SGT.pngSergeant Kalin Grigorov

SGT.pngSergeant Vikku Septim

CPL.pngCorporal Angie Bee

CPL.pngCorporal Michael Delorme

CPL.pngCorporal Maarten Gregoire

CPL.pngCorporal Wolffe Fives

SPC.pngSpecialist Andrew Garab

SPC.pngSpecialist Jared McCombs

PFC.pngPrivate First Class Shawn Sieber

PFC.pngPrivate First Class Troy Warren

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Toggle %s D-Day 2017

Posted By:  SFC J.Johnson @ June 09, 2017 - 02:10 PM



The 6th of June was D-Day!


Otherwise known as Operation Neptune of the Normandy Landings, Tuesday the 6th of June 1944 that the Allied Forces made their beachhead on the shores of Normandy France in World War 2.


We celebrate this day for the memory of those who fell in the advance of liberating Europe from the tyrannical rule of the Nazi Party. Although many died, the objective was achieved and a foothold was made for the liberation of first France and then all of Europe.


We must never forget the brave people of America, Britain, and Canada who put their lives on the line that day to do this awe inspiring feat of bravery against overwhelming odds.


So in closing, please take a moment to reflect on this achievement and if you know anyone living or dead who was at D-Day, pay your respects with flowers if dead or a hug if alive.


Thank you.


Story by: PVT M.Granger



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Toggle %s 3rdID - June Podcast 2017

Posted By:  SFC J.Johnson @ June 09, 2017 - 10:16 AM
Third Infantry Division's Public Affairs Office is proud to release our June podcast!

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Toggle %s OPERATION BRIGHT STAR - Exercise Achilles & Petroleum

Posted By:  CPL J.LaFlash @ June 04, 2017 - 07:18 PM


June 4th Alpha Company, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division were dispatched to Germany to participate in Operation Bright Star with NATO allies.

Alpha Company dispatched, from Loy Manara Airfield, 2 squads from 1st platoon to retrieve a resupply box and recon for any forces at the Rasman Airfield. They also were tasked with clearing out any enemy presences and roadside IEDs.

1st platoon was directed to provide clearance to Rasman Airfield and relieve the area of enemies and clear any roadside IEDs that may have been present. 2nd platoon was dispatched with supply vehicles and equipment in order to retrieve the resupply box containing mortars, javelins and ammo.

Alpha Company had a successful mission, securing and holding the enemy airfield and successfully stopped the advancement of the burning oil platforms. They were also able to clear out enemy forces and retrieve the resupply box.


Also on June 4th, Bravo Company, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division were dispatched to Germany to participate in Operation Bright Star with NATO allies.

Bravo Company was dispatched to NSA Souda Bay on the island of crete. Via helicopter, they were deployed to the foothills of the Pakhnes Mountain.Once Bravo Company arrived they quickly went into action, trying to find the two high value members of command personnel who needed to be eliminated.

In this exercise, 1st platoon was tasked to search East of the Mountain and 2nd Platoon searched West. Once these areas had been cleared, they rendezvoused at the extract point. Also in this exercise, the enemy combatants were played by members of the 1st infantry “Smyrni” of the Hellenic Army of Greece. Bravo Company was able to find the high value command personnel and prevent them from being extracted.

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 Promotion Ceremony | 4 June

Posted By:  SFC J.Johnson @ June 04, 2017 - 05:40 PM


May has come and gone and we are progressing smoothly. 3rd Infantry Division has completed multiple training missions with success as we are near the end through Operation Bright Star. We have multiple classes coming in the next month (Ranger School, ALC, etc) Check the training forum for signups and more information. We grow more and more with each passing day as we recruit more and more soldiers. We, as a unit, need to be accountable with mustering in and placing TPRs when we will not be there. Let's work on getting things back up to the high standards we are expected to be at!



The promotions and awards are as follows;

Recruit Advancements for the Month of June:


Private Trainee Pinsonat

Private Second Class Stubbs 




Private Second Class Barsan promoted to Private First Class.

Private Second Class L.Anderson promoted to Private First Class.

Private Second Class B.Ray promoted to Private First Class.

Private Second Class A.Bluzie promoted to Private First Class.





Private First Class P.Fransson promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class J.Jrifat promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class R.Mori promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class J.Franc promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class L.Lambert promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class J.McCombs promoted to Specialist.

Private First Class K.Shrout promoted to Specialist.





Specialist I.Steacie promoted to Corporal.

Specialist W.Fives promoted to Corporal.

Specialist T.Coffman promoted to Corporal.





Corporal K.Grigorov promoted to Sergeant.

Corporal V.Septim promoted to Sergeant.


Corporal J.Hill promoted to Sergeant.

Corporal M.O'Hara promoted to Sergeant.

Corporal B.Boville promoted to Sergeant.






Sergeant D.Shade promoted to Staff Sergeant.

Sergeant H.Coy promoted to Staff Sergeant.

Sergeant N.Primrose promoted to Staff Sergeant.





Staff Sergeant J.Drake promoted to Sergeant First Class.





Sergeant First Class E.Hermanson promoted to Officer Candidate.




NCO Development Ribbion, NCODEV


Staff Sergeant H.Coy

Staff Sergeant N.Primrose

Sergeant L.Church

Sergeant D.Merrow

Sergeant V.Septim

Corporal D.Hobaugh

Corporal J.Mott

Corporal J.Young

Sergeant K.Grigorov

Specialist G.Ancheta

Specialist M.Benitez

Specialist Gureyev

Specialist R.Mellott

Sergeant B.Boville

Specialist C.Murdoch




Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, MOVSM


Sergeant First Class D.Jackman

Corporal C.Murdoch

Specialist M.Benitez

Private First Class B.Ray

Private Second Class T.Young




Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, GWOTSM


Private Second Class J.Monahan

Private Second Class K.Stubbs




Humanitarian Service Medal, HSM


Sergeant First Class J.Johnson




Global War on Terriorism Expeditionary Medal, GWOTEM


First Sergeant R.Wendt




National Defense Service Medal, NDSM


Specialist J.McCombs

Private First Class R.Payne

Private Trainee G.Rea

Private Trainee N.Cherryholmes




Good Conduct Medal, GCM


First Lieutenant T.Worrall

First Lieutenant Q.Simmons

Second Lieutenant D.Hardy

First Sergeant R.Wendt

Sergeant First Class A.Crasci

Sergeant First Class J.Johnson

Sergeant J.Keyes

Sergeant V.Septim

Sergeant M.O'Hara

Sergeant H.Lipnitz

Corporal J.Mott

Corporal A.Davis

Corporal D.Hobaugh

Corporal J.Millner

Corporal M.Murakami

Corporal J.LaFlash

Specialist Z.Flint

Specialist H.Strickland

Specialist J.Jrifat

Private First Class D.Hayes

Private First Class L.Andersen




Army Achievement Medal, AAM


Sergeant P.Grewal

Corporal J.Mott

Specialist A.Garab




Joint Service Achievement Medal, JSAM


Second Lieutenant D.Hardy

Staff Sergeant N.Primrose

Staff Sergeant J.Rizzo

Corporal M.Gregoire

Corporal J.Mott

Specialist J.Bitar

Specialist A.Garab




Joint Service Commendation Medal, JSCM


First Lieutenant T.Worrall

First Leuitenant D.Cantu

Corporal W.Fives




Army Commendation Medal, ACM


Officer Candidate E.Hermanson

Sergeant D.Merrow




Armed Forces Service Medal, AFSM


Corporal M.Gregoire




Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, AFEM


Major J.LaFlash

First Lieutenant T.Worrall

First Leuitenant Q.Simmons

Staff Sergeant M.Lafontaine

Corporal M.Gregoire

Retired A.Barrows

Specialist Grewal




Meritorious Service Medal, MSM


First Lieutenant T.Worrall

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