The #USArmy is implementing a public health approach to suicide based on @CDCgov suicide prevention efforts.
The new policies will focus on prevention and will be outlined in the Army Suicide Prevention Program regulation scheduled to publish in 2022.
From Day Zero, Infantry Soldiers are thrown into the #USArmy world.
Our Drill Sergeants teach new recruits how to work as a team, move as members of a platoon and react to stressful situations.
This is The First 100 Yards.
🎥 ➡️ Payton KingA
@USArmy Chaplain Mendy Stern shares a story of how Gen. George Washington learned about the miracle of Chanukah from a Soldier at Valley Forge & how the candles inspired him.
Chaplain Stern will participate in the National Menorah Lighting tonight.
#DYK Hall of Fame coach Robert Reese Neyland attended @WestPoint_USMA and made a name for himself in three sports as well as graduating near the top of his class -- all before Army service in two wars?
Learn his story ➡️ army.mil/article/240926…
Moving armor on the battlefield isn't easy, especially when the road is underwater!
Watch as @1abct1id#Soldiers conduct wet-gap crossing operations at Nestos River with the #HellenicArmy as part of Olympic Cooperation in Xanthi, Greece.
Back to their roots.
Special Operation Soldiers are getting back to enabling conventional Army units in large-scale combat operations, included intel collection on enemy forces in denied environments, precision strikes on key targets and harassment and of enemy objectives.
Best training area for raining steel!
This @173rdAbnBde#paratrooper gets ready for a good training day as he shoulders a M777 Howitzer round for an artillery fire demonstration as part of Exercise Bayonet Ready.
📸 by Staff Sgt. John YountzwZ
Whether picking through building code or picking up her children from daycare, Nicole Hill, the 2021 Women of Color STEM Conference Technology Rising Star awardee and a USACE Far East District project engineer, is a positive force that does not stop.
On this #NativeAmericanHeritageDay, we honor all Native Americans who've served.
In particular, today we reflect on the Navajo Code Talkers, ~420 US Marines who used their native tongue as a weapon that helped the US win WWII in the Pacific.
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Our brigades' command teams take the phrase "servant leader" to a whole new level!
Yesterday afternoon, senior leaders across the division visited our
Ivy Warrior Restaurants to serve their Soldiers delicious #Thanksgiving meals.
As we sit down at the dinner table this #Thanksgiving, remember we all have something to be thankful for.
Let's take a moment to pause and thank the men, women and families serving around the world.
Today we are thinking of all service members at home and abroad. We are grateful for you and your families and wishing everyone a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving.
Tweet us your favorite Thanksgiving dish !🦃V
Thank you for everything you do!
As we come across the holiday season, specifically kicking it off with Thanksgiving, we express our sincere appreciation for everything you've been doing, are doing and will do.
🦃 Happy Thanksgiving,#FirstTeamm!3
HISTORIC THANKSGIVING AND THE ARMY
HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM THE U.S. ARMY CENTER OF MILITARY HISTORY!
President George Washington was the first president to proclaim a day of national thanksgiving.
On behalf of the 1st Cavalry Division Command Team, Col. Kevin Capra, 1st Cavalry Division Chief of Staff, wishes all of our Troopers and their families a Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃
As we gather with family and friends, please take a moment to remember our Soldiers and Army Civilians deployed and at home. I also ask you to pause and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our nation. Enjoy good food and the company of family and friends.
As we approach Thanksgiving, I urge everyone to take a moment & remember our Soldiers near & far who may not have the opportunity to spend the holidays with their families. We are thankful for all they do to protect our country. #HappyThanksgiving
Soldiers were flocking to Dining Facility 3223 today for a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Today’s meal is just a prelude to what will come tomorrow as #FortLeonardWood celebrates Thanksgiving across the installation.
Thank you for your service and all that you do to make this a great place to live and work. USAG Daegu Commander Col. Brian P. Schoellhorn and Command Sgt. Maj. Jonathon J. Blue and their spouses serving Thanksgiving Day meals at Camp Henry this afternoonQm
I made sure to thank @USArmy Soldiers with @111thENBDE at Camp Buehring in Kuwait for leading over 650 projects, not the least of which, building a camp to house 5000+ Afghan refugees. If I learned one thing as an Army commander, it was to always keep a good engineer close by.
#Thankful for our Healthcare Soldiers and all the ways they’ve stepped up over the past year. Visited @belvoirhospital to talk with our providers and meet some of the in-patient Soldiers here for the holiday.