Feature Stories (1251)
Monday, 07 November 2011 11:02 Written by Staff Sgt. Mike Norris
CONTINGENCY OPERATING SITE TAJI, Iraq â€“ According to Department of Defense statistics, there were more than 35,000 single parents serving in the U.S. Army in 2008.
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 10:33 Written by Sgt. Kissta Feldner
CAMP RAMADI, Iraq - Laws are ever-changing. It is important for those involved in the legal system to communicate with each other, have up-to-date knowledge of the law, and be able to represent their clients to the fullest extent. Attorneys with the 2nd Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division, met with their Iraqi counterparts to set up those lines of communication.
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 09:30 Written by Sgt. Quentin Johnson
JOINT BASE BALAD, Iraq â€“ Samarra, a city located in Northern Iraq, is a little more than 100 km north of Baghdad. Home to the Al Askari "Golden" Mosque, the Spiral Minaret and other historical landmarks, it’s considered one of the most holy cities in Iraq.
CONTINGENCY OPERATING BASE ADDER, Iraq â€“ Service members on Contingency Operating Base Adder found creative ways to celebrate Thanksgiving this year.
CONTINGENCY OPERATING BASE ADDER, Iraq - When U.S. troops came to Iraq in 2003, the Army and Air Force Exchange Services were not far behind. Tents, trailers, prefabricated buildings, and standing structures became the homes of new, remote AAFES outlets.
Thursday, 10 November 2011 11:17 Written by 310th Expeditionary Sustainment Command
JOINT BASE BALAD, Iraq â€” The skies were unusually dusty at 11 a.m., even by Iraq standards, as the soldiers of Convoy Escort Team 4, 2nd Platoon, Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 149th Infantry Regiment, 77th Sustainment Brigade, 310th Expeditionary Sustainment Command ran through their pre-mission preparations Oct. 1 at Joint Base Balad, Iraq.
Friday, 18 November 2011 09:56 Written by Spc. Anthony Zane
COB ADDER, Iraq â€“ With the expectation that U.S. forces will be out of Iraq by the end of the year, the number of service members leaving the country continues to increase while the volume of incoming mail decreased.