1LT B.Lambert

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  1. 68W Combat Medic School is designed to prepare future combat lifesavers, platoon medics, and MEDEVAC personnel. By graduation, you will be familiar with the intricacies of ACE Medical. You will learn to use all of the medical equipment available to you, and you will learn the difference between various injuries and their treatments. Candidates complete a written test, movement under fire, TCCC patient assessment, patient extraction and evacuation techniques, bleeding control, triage, basic and advanced treatments, radio communications, and LZ establishment. The following Soldiers have successfully completed 68W Medic School Class 21-02 : Graduates: Sergeant First Class Christoph Brock Corporal Paul Liwa Specialist Nathan Cooper Private First Class Chris Winters Private First Class Austin Bills Aviation: Chief Warrant Officer 2 Garry Beaudoin Instructors: Sergeant Arthur Pendergast Corporal Hazel McMahon Specialist Kyle Holmes
  2. Congratulations to the soldiers of OSUT class 21-27 (ARMA3) for the successful completion of training! These soldiers have been awarded the Army Service Ribbon and have earned the right to be fully active members of their squad and the unit! This is merely the first step in your career here at 3rdID, we look forward to your continued success! Hooah! Graduates: Private First Class Devin Fernandez Private Second Class RJ Cole
  3. Congratulations to the soldiers of Combat Lifesaver Course class 21-05 (ARMA3) for successful completion of Combat Lifesaver training! The Combat Lifesaver Course is the official medical training course conducted by the US Army, intended to provide an intermediate step between the buddy aid-style basic life support taught to every soldier. The combat lifesaver is primarily responsible for providing emergency medical treatment at point of wounding on the battlefield, limited primary care, and health protection and evacuation from a point of injury or illness. Graduates: Private First Class Wolffe Fives Private First Class Austin Bills Private First Class Chris Winters Instructors: Sergeant First Class Christoph Brock Sergeant Arthur Pendergast
  4. Congratulations to the soldiers of Advanced Radio Communications Course class 21-02 (ARMA3) for successful completion of Advanced Radio Communications training! At Advanced Radio Communications you will learn to use short and long range radiotelephone systems to communicate with ground and air elements at all levels of the unit's Order of Battle. Instruction covers frequencies, call signs, radio structure, RATEL information, and reports. Graduates: Staff Sergeant Giancarlo Tucci Corporal Paul Liwa Specialist Nathan Cooper Specialist Yarden Nissan Specialist Tony Pearson Private First Class Scott Kidon Private First Class Luke Smith Instructors: Sergeant First Class Christoph Brock Corporal Alexander Vandle
  5. Congratulations to the soldiers of OSUT class 21-26 (ARMA3) for the successful completion of training! These soldiers have been awarded the Army Service Ribbon and have earned the right to be fully active members of their squad and the unit! This is merely the first step in your career here at 3rdID, we look forward to your continued success! Hooah! Graduates: Private First Class Dakota Busby Private Second Class Patrick Jonathan Private Second Class Benjamin Short
  6. Corporal Alexander Vandle joined the 3rd Infantry Division Realism Unit on January 19th, 2021 where he was first assigned as a Fireteam Member in Third Squad, First Platoon, Alpha Company. By the end of March he was selected as Fireteam Leader in Third Squad, First Platoon, Alpha Company where he has been leading from the front ever since. Throughout his time here he has shown a very strong passion for our unit, dedication, patriotism, valor, fidelity and professional excellence. He shows these while leading a combat fireteam to showing excellence in several DMOS such as a Broardcast Combat Journalist in the Public Affairs Office and a Drill Instructor within Force Improvement Group. This Soldier has also earned himself Army Achievement Medals, graduated Air Assault School, Airborne School and Ranger School, he has also earned the covenant French Fourragere Cord. In view of these qualities, his demonstrated leadership potential, and dedicated service, Corporal Alexander Vandle has been awarded the Soldiers Medal and selected as this Soldier of the Quarter. Soldier's Medal Tell us a little about yourself. I am an avid gamer and a member of the U.S Military. I have 2 dogs and currently am stationed in Germany. I also enjoy hiking and traveling around Europe when I get the opportunity. Why did you join 3rdID? I joined 3ID because i was looking for a serious Arma III gaming group to play with. I had been in a few different groups and have been in every position from team member or medic, up to Zeus for 30+ members but i never really found a serious style unit to play with. I enjoy the atmosphere and friends I have made here and am hoping to one day to at least take leadership of a Squad or become the Forward Observer in the unit.Any favorite/funny/memorable moment throughout your whole time in the unit? I would say the most memorable moment i have encountered in this unit would be during the CLS course i took when i first joined. We had roughly 8 people, to include the instructors, and during the mission we were regrouping in a building when one of the instructors took control of an enemy combatant and then unknowingly killed himself causing him to lose control of the AI and be forced to stay unconscious.Any advice to give to your fellow soldiers? Just be active and open in communication. If you cant make it, let your leadership know, and when you can make it be eager and try to step up wherever you can. Ops are fun and if you come often and what turns out to be just a gaming event turns into something you look forward to each week.What army value is the most important to you and why? This is a hard question because they each correlate with one another. If i had to choose it would be integrity. If you can not have integrity and stay true to yourself or others then you can not be relied upon. People will not trust you, your honor will be in question and you will eventually become a person others do not like or want to be around. What motivates you ? Honestly i just enjoy tactical level problem solving and thinking. During ops or drills i always want to be in the best position to help everyone i can and i enjoy the fluidity that comes with a battle that allows me to develop my complex decision making process.Any valuable lessons you have learned while being in the unit? This is something that i still struggle with at times, but patience. Everyone comes from different backgrounds and have different stories that all lead up to how they act or do things. Its important to be patient and try to work with them in any way possible.
  7. Corporal Alexander Vandle joined the 3rd Infantry Division Realism Unit on January 19th, 2021 where he was first assigned as a Fireteam Member in Third Squad, First Platoon, Alpha Company. By the end of March he was selected as Fireteam Leader in Third Squad, First Platoon, Alpha Company where he has been leading from the front ever since. Throughout his time here he has shown a very strong passion for our unit, dedication, patriotism, valor, fidelity and professional excellence. He shows these while leading a combat fireteam to showing excellence in several DMOS such as a Broardcast Combat Journalist in the Public Affairs Office and a Drill Instructor within Force Improvement Group. This Soldier has also earned himself Army Achievement Medals, graduated Air Assault School, Airborne School and Ranger School, he has also earned the covenant French Fourragere Cord. In view of these qualities, his demonstrated leadership potential, and dedicated service, Corporal Alexander Vandle has been awarded the Soldiers Medal and selected as this Soldier of the Quarter. Tell us a little about yourself. I am an avid gamer and a member of the U.S Military. I have 2 dogs and currently am stationed in Germany. I also enjoy hiking and traveling around Europe when I get the opportunity. Why did you join 3rdID? I joined 3ID because i was looking for a serious Arma III gaming group to play with. I had been in a few different groups and have been in every position from team member or medic, up to Zeus for 30+ members but i never really found a serious style unit to play with. I enjoy the atmosphere and friends I have made here and am hoping to one day to at least take leadership of a Squad or become the Forward Observer in the unit.Any favorite/funny/memorable moment throughout your whole time in the unit? I would say the most memorable moment i have encountered in this unit would be during the CLS course i took when i first joined. We had roughly 8 people, to include the instructors, and during the mission we were regrouping in a building when one of the instructors took control of an enemy combatant and then unknowingly killed himself causing him to lose control of the AI and be forced to stay unconscious.Any advice to give to your fellow soldiers? Just be active and open in communication. If you cant make it, let your leadership know, and when you can make it be eager and try to step up wherever you can. Ops are fun and if you come often and what turns out to be just a gaming event turns into something you look forward to each week.What army value is the most important to you and why? This is a hard question because they each correlate with one another. If i had to choose it would be integrity. If you can not have integrity and stay true to yourself or others then you can not be relied upon. People will not trust you, your honor will be in question and you will eventually become a person others do not like or want to be around. What motivates you ? Honestly i just enjoy tactical level problem solving and thinking. During ops or drills i always want to be in the best position to help everyone i can and i enjoy the fluidity that comes with a battle that allows me to develop my complex decision making process.Any valuable lessons you have learned while being in the unit? This is something that i still struggle with at times, but patience. Everyone comes from different backgrounds and have different stories that all lead up to how they act or do things. Its important to be patient and try to work with them in any way possible.
  8. Operation Silver Guardian - Combat Mission: Black Eclipse
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    DMOS Staff Meeting - 18th JUL @ 0800 EST Applicable to: Staff Shop Non-Commissioned Officers In Charge and Officers In Charge.
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    Command Staff Meeting - 25th JUL @ 0800 EST Applicable to: Command Staff members.
  11. Join in on our 12 hrs of pub-a-thon fun from Monday 5th July starting at 1300EST through to 0100EST This is a 12 hrs Gaming event (Join anytime) - The event will be held in our Public Server on Arma and our TeamSpeak. Soldiers (Current/Former) and Civilians are encouraged to join us in public play on our 3rd Infantry Division Realism Unit Servers during the times listed above, join in on camaraderie with the gaming community. We will have members on throughout the night and into the morning! We are inviting everyone to this event, come meet new people get to know our members and other members of the community and just have a good time! During this time all Soldiers are encouraged to recruit public players into our Teamspeak and possibly into our unit. Join our teamspeak; ts.3rdinf.us Mod pack; https://3rdinf.us/mods/
  12. Congratulations to the soldiers of OSUT class 21-24 (ARMA3) for the successful completion of training! These soldiers have been awarded the Army Service Ribbon and have earned the right to be fully active members of their squad and the unit! This is merely the first step in your career here at 3rdID, we look forward to your continued success! Hooah! Graduates: Private Second Class James Culvey
  13. Congrats! @PV2 D.Schneider
  14. 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade Commander Col. Eric Vanek, Maj. Gen. Antonio Aguto (center), the commander of the 3rd Infantry Division, and Col. Michael McFadden (right), the outgoing commander of the 3rd CAB, stand in formation during the brigade’s change of command ceremony, June 10 on Hunter Army Airfield. The Marne Air Soldiers of 3rd CAB said goodbye to McFadden and welcomed Vanek as the new brigade commander. The 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division bid farewell to Col. Michael McFadden and welcomed Col. Eric Vanek as the new brigade commander during a change of command ceremony, June 10 on Hunter Army Airfield. McFadden, with 33 years of military service behind him, assumed command in June 2019, leading the brigade through a nine-month rotation to Europe in support of Atlantic Resolve. While deployed, 3rd CAB provided aviation support across 12 countries, while simultaneously conducting COVID-19 relief operations throughout Europe. Once back in the U.S., the brigade continued to hold it’s warfighting stance, completing three combat training center rotations, two Warfighter exercises and multiple joint operation exercises with the Air Force, Coast Guard and Marine Corps. The 3rd CAB also currently supports the installation medical evacuation mission for Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield. The reviewing officer for the change of command was the 3rd Infantry Division Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Antonio Aguto. During his remarks he welcomed Vanek and his family back to Hunter Army Airfield. Vanek was stationed at Hunter Army Airfield from 2003 to 2009 as he served in the 3rd Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment. Aguto continued and acknowledged the accomplishments of McFadden throughout his time in command. “Mike, I’d like to thank you for your dedication, and the care you have for your Dogface Soldiers and their Families,” Aguto said. “It has truly been an honor to serve with you, and I want to thank you and your family for all you have given to this brigade, and to our Dogface Soldiers in this community.” McFadden thanked the Soldiers of the 3rd CAB for their hard work in executing missions spanning across both the country and globe and for consistently striving for excellence. “This brigade has accomplished so much, and I could go on for days about the never-ending successes, but I wouldn’t have time,” said McFadden. “What I will say is everything, and I mean everything that was ever asked of these Marne Air Soldiers, they did with absolute precision and poise. It has been the greatest honor of my career to call myself Falcon 6.” Vanek, a Plymouth, New Hampshire native, commissioned as an aviation officer in 1997 from the United States Military Academy at West Point. He has served in a variety of assignments throughout his military career, most recently serving as the Deputy Commanding General of the Security Force Assistance Command at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. “What a privilege it is to assume command of this incredibly fierce fighting force, the 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade,” said Vanek. “It is great to be back on the tarmac of Hunter Army Airfield, and I couldn’t be more proud to serve beside each and every one of you. This is Falcon 6 on the net. Rock of the Marne, Marne Air.”
  15. Congrats Soldiers and big thank you to 3CAB for Pilots as always!