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Written In Flames

CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 2 RAYMOND ANDERSON 1st Battalion, 183rd Aviation Regiment Idaho Army National Guard Boise, IdahoIt was a clear, sunny morning and I was the pilot in command of an OH-58C Kiowa. Our task was to follow and observe two AH-64D Apache helicopter crews during combat training. I was in the right seat; to my left was the instructor

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Training, Education Come From Practice of Faith

By Maj. Kelvin Todd, 194th Armor Brigade Chaplain August into September marks a transition. Summertime and vacations give way to school schedules. Another school year has begun. PCS moves may be complete or still in progress. Yet, these transitions occur every year. Other realities seem never to change. TRAINING is one. The Army trains. Fort Benning enjoys a particular focus

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Chaplain’s Corner: Tie a knot at end of the rope

By Chaplain (Maj.) Christopher Degn, Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation / Throughout my life, when I’ve faced challenging or intimidating situations, I’ve noticed the importance of strategically-placed, well-tied knots. “When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on.” – Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt President Roosevelt (whose personal retreat, by the way – the “Little

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Chaplain’s Corner: The Value of Teamwork

By Chaplain (Capt.) Jeremy Gross, 2-19 Infantry Regiment, 198th Infantry Brigade / In President Donald Trump’s book, Think Like a Champion: An Informal Education in Business and Life, the President shares the story of when his show, The Apprentice, was initially launched on NBC and he was congratulated by Tom Brokaw on the success of the show. The President remarked

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