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In May, Brigadier General Michael B. Lalor visited his hometown, Goshen, NY to engage with key centers of influence and assist the Albany Recruiting Battalion with recruiting efforts. During his visit, he spoke to state officials, VFW and American Legion members, high school students and administrators, and also administered the oath of enlistment at a Rockland Boulders baseball game. In May, Brigadier General Michael B. Lalor visited his hometown, Goshen, NY to engage with key centers of influence and assist the Albany Recruiting Battalion with recruiting efforts. During his visit, he spoke to state officials, VFW and American Legion members, high school students and administrators, and also administered the oath of enlistment at a Rockland Boulders baseball game. In May, Brigadier General Michael B. Lalor visited his hometown, Goshen, NY to engage with key centers of influence and assist the Albany Recruiting Battalion with recruiting efforts. During his visit, he spoke to state officials, VFW and American Legion members, high school students and administrators, and also administered the oath of enlistment at a Rockland Boulders baseball game. In May, Brigadier General Michael B. Lalor visited his hometown, Goshen, NY to engage with key centers of influence and assist the Albany Recruiting Battalion with recruiting efforts. During his visit, he spoke to state officials, VFW and American Legion members, high school students and administrators, and also administered the oath of enlistment at a Rockland Boulders baseball game. In May, Brigadier General Michael B. Lalor visited his hometown, Goshen, NY to engage with key centers of influence and assist the Albany Recruiting Battalion with recruiting efforts. During his visit, he spoke to state officials, VFW and American Legion members, high school students and administrators, and also administered the oath of enlistment at a Rockland Boulders baseball game. In May, Brigadier General Michael B. Lalor visited his hometown, Goshen, NY to engage with key centers of influence and assist the Albany Recruiting Battalion with recruiting efforts. During his visit, he spoke to state officials, VFW and American Legion members, high school students and administrators, and also administered the oath of enlistment at a Rockland Boulders baseball game. In May, Brigadier General Michael B. Lalor visited his hometown, Goshen, NY to engage with key centers of influence and assist the Albany Recruiting Battalion with recruiting efforts. During his visit, he spoke to state officials, VFW and American Legion members, high school students and administrators, and also administered the oath of enlistment at a Rockland Boulders baseball game.

 

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Sustainment News

Staff Sgt. Angelika Jansen, Charlie Company, 16th Ordnance Battalion, performs 22 push-ups along with troops following the lunchtime meal May 13 at the Ordnance School campus. The Garland, Texas, native was one half of a tandem that became the first females to graduate from the Ordnance School's 91P Field Artillery Mechanic Course in 2013. She returned to Fort Lee more than a year ago with the intent to impact the next generation of Soldiers. Jansen said 22 is not a random number but the estimated number of veterans who die daily due to suicide. (Terrance Bell)

The story is not new: a Soldier trains here for advanced individual training and returns in some other capacity. Only this is no ordinary Soldier. Staff Sgt. Angelika Jansen, pictured above, is as resilient as they come. Check out what she brings to the table and more as a drill sergeant assigned to Charlie Company, 16th Ordnance Battalion.
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Soldiers assigned to 3rd Battalion, 67th Armor Regiment, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, operate the modernized M2A4 Bradley Fighting Vehicles at Fort Stewart, Georgia, on April 12, 2022. (Spc. Michael Udejiofor/Army)

A 3rd Infantry Division unit at Fort Stewart, Georgia, is officially the first to be equipped with and trained on the modernized M2A4 Bradley Fighting Vehicle, marking the end of a decade-long effort by the Army to upgrade their Bradley Fighting Vehicles. Soldiers completed training on the new equipment during a series of events this March.
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89D Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist student conducts an EOD reconnaissance practical exercise to determine nomenclature, type, filler, and all safeties for an Ordnance item at the EOD Phase 1 Course at Fort Lee, VA. 89D Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist student 2LT Timothy Fortnet conducts an EOD reconnaissance practical exercise to determine nomenclature, type, filler, and all safeties for an Ordnance item at the EOD Phase 1 Course at Fort Lee, VA.
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