Wednesday Mar 5
ASLTE prepares instructors for future training
Instructors, course developers and training personnel from schools across the Maneuver Center of Excellence participated in 21st century problem solving exercises during an Adaptive Soldier Leader Training and Education Mobile Training Team event Feb. 26-28.
Government Computer News
DOD mulls future of troubled automated biometric ID system
Customer testing of the Defense Department's Automated Biometric Identification System will decide the future development of what has become a crucial element of the military's global identity management and battlefield support systems.
Website scam targets military personnel, their families
A website scam that targets military personnel and their families is even more problematic due to how closely it resembles a legitimate site.
‘Hundreds’ of Illegal Aliens Invaded Southern Arizona Military Base
But, as one reporter uncovered, one installation, in southern Arizona, has been overrun by illegal alien border crossers, and the problem is only getting worse.
Commander: Army post has training opportunities
This southern Arizona post has a multitude of special assets it can provide to not only the Army, but to other services as well, Garrison Commander Col.
Stars and Stripes
Restoring history at Fort Lowell celebration
Cowboy songs, adobe-brick making and vintage baseball games might bring history to life for a moment, but this year visitors at the 33rd Fort Lowell Day Celebration on Saturday can also see restoration in action.