R.Flannigan

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  1. Image Credit: Soldiersmediacentre March 13 marks the birthday of the US K-9 Corps. This was initiated by the Quartermaster Corps back in 1942 to train dogs for the War Dog Program. The first dogs to be trained within the War Dog Program were donated dogs from civilian owners who had both capable and healthy dogs. Over 30 different breeds were accepted for this training process to provide K-9’s for the Army, but also the US Navy, Marines and the Coast Guard. These hounds selected for the training, were trained for 8 to 12 weeks. The training after basic obedience training was nar
  2. The Alpha Company awards ceremony is a special occasion once a month to allow the unit commander to honor recipients who have been recognized for their accomplishments while assigned to the 3rd Infantry Division Realism Gaming Unit. Soldiers, multiple DMOS are currently hiring! A DMOS is required to achieve the rank of (E-4B) SPC. If you are interested contact your first line leaders! Ceremony notes: Airborne School, March 13 Alpha Company Rifle Requalification - Second Squad, March 13 68W Combat Medic School, March 26 This month, Major John LaFlash held a ceremony
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    President's Day

    President’s Day Image Credit: Gilbert Stuart President’s Day or Washington’s Birthday is the day celebrating Washington himself and often other Presidents who have served the United States. Each state celebrates it often in different ways and many with different titles for the day itself. George Washington achieved much during his life, being a political leader, a statesman, a military general, a founding father and most famously, the first President of the United States. Even before becoming President George Washington was one of th
  4. The 18th of January marks the Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Image Credit: The Nobel Foundation Martin Luther King Jr. Day is the day where we celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. It is a holiday celebrated on the third Monday of January in honour of Martin Luther King Jr and what he managed to accomplish. King was the voice and the face of the Civil Rights Movement. A voice which he spoke up against the racial discrimination that occurred in the Federal and State Law. King also spoke up against the racial segregation and the racial discrimination that A
  5. The Alpha Company awards ceremony is a special occasion once a month to allow the unit commander to honor recipients who have been recognized for their accomplishments while assigned to the 3rd Infantry Division Realism Gaming Unit. Soldiers, multiple DMOS are currently hiring! CHECK HERE for the available DMOS. A DMOS is required to achieve the rank of (E-4B) SPC. If you are interested contact your first line leaders! Ceremony notes: Combat Lifesaver Course - 08JAN Land Navigation Course - 14JAN Expert Infantryman Badge - 16JAN This month, Major John LaFlash
  6. The 13th of December marks the birthday of the National Guard. The National Guard has a long history of service to the United States of America, the first of which was several militias under the Colonies. The English Colonial government first put these militias properly into action in 1636, while The National Guard as we know it officially got its name in 1903. The National Guard or militias as they were called for a long time were used during the early days of the Colonies, often maintaining order and fighting against Native American tribes during those turbulent tim
  7. The 1st of December marks the 78th birthday of the Civil Air Patrol. The Civil Air Patrol was founded back in 1941 by an aviation advocate named Gill Rob Wilson who foresaw the potential the CAP had to offer the US war effort. Even from day one CAP needed to prove itself and were given 90 days by Congress to do so. During World War II, CAP started performing missions such as Anti-Submarine Patrols and Warfare, Border Patrols and even Courier Services. CAP sighted over 173 Submarines during the war and 68 CAP members lost their lives performing these and other missions. I