Category Archives: Future Maneuver

Fort Benning partners with CVCC for scholarship opportunity

College Graduation photo

Fort Benning Education Services / FORT BENNING, Ga. – In partnership with Chattahoochee Valley Community College (CVCC), the Fort Benning Education Center is awarding a $12,000 scholarship that covers up to two years at CVCC. The deadline is Wednesday, March 22, 2017, so do not miss out on this opportunity. Stop by the Fort Benning Education Center for an application.

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PHOTO ESSAY – ‘Ma Deuce’ turns 85 and going strong

Ma Deuce

http://www.benning.army.mil/photoessay/2FEB2017/   By Patrick Albright, MCoE Command Photographer FORT BENNING, Ga. – The M2 .50 caliber machine gun, affectionately referred to as “Ma Deuce”, was developed in 1932 as a joint effort by the U.S. Army as a heavy barrel ground gun and the U.S. Navy as a water-cooled anti-aircraft gun. The light weight version developed for aircraft and also

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Maneuver Performance Triad kicks into gear with opening of new Benning Wellness Center

metabolic testing duo

Fort Benning Public Affairs Office / FORT BENNING, Ga. – A new Army Wellness Center on Fort Benning opens Jan. 30 and will focus on the Maneuver Performance Triad to implement a comprehensive fitness strategy that emphasizes the performance and health of Soldiers, family members, trainees and DA civilians. “The (MP3) training, coupled with the grand opening of the Army Wellness Center,

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System tested for urban mapping: Battle Lab tests unmanned aircraft

The six blade unmanned aircraft system (pictured here) has an advantage over the four blade model. This six blade UAS can lose a blade and still fly, unlike its four blade counterpart. (Photo Credit: Lindsay Marchello)

By Lindsay Marchello, Bayonet & Saber / FORT BENNING, Ga., (Oct. 26, 2016) — The Maneuver Battle Lab hosted the Technical Cooperation Program for a week of testing unmanned aircraft systems at the McKenna Urban Operations Complex Oct. 17-21. Specialists from Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia also participated in the weeklong testing. Keith Singleton, the chief of the unmanned

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