Soldiers Magazine

Monthly magazine provides news and information about Army operations and policies

Articles from Vol. 65, No. 7, July

A Commander's Perspective: Putting the PDHRA to Work
MORE than seven years ago I was part of a working group whose sole responsibility was to develop the Post-Deployment Health Reassessment. Not having had the benefit of such a tool when I returned from my own deployment, I would often sit in our conference...
Grafenwoehr Training Area Celebrates 100th Anniversary
[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] War II, new German divisions were positioned at the training area for deployment to various areas in the European theater. The end of the war was marked in Grafenwoehr by two devastating allied bombing raids April...
Opportunities for NCOs on Capitol Hill
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] NONCOMMISSIONED officers who want to experience Congress, but not make a three-year commitment, can apply for the Army Congressional Orientation Program, which lasts only 89 days. ACOP is primarily to familiarize Soldiers...
Safe & Sound from Downrange: Army Screening Uncovers Wounds of War
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] SOLDIERS are confronted every day with terms like mental health, suicide prevention and traumatic brain injury. These words frequently penetrate the airwaves of our radios, and screens of our TVs and computers. Even with the...
Storming the Hill
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] THEY'VE stormed the beaches of Normandy, trekked through the jungles of Vietnam and the deserts of Iraq, racked up countless awards and medals and trained even more Soldiers to form the strongest fighting force the world has...
The Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps: 50 Years and Still Marching Strong
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Story by Staff Sgt. Alexander Borisov HONOR, pride and duty: principles the founding fathers lived by more than 200 years ago. From our colonial past to the present day, these values have been held as pillars of a great...
United States Army Sergeant Major of the Army
As our nation celebrates its 235th Independence Day, it is appropriate to remember the Soldiers. Civilians and their Family members of the U.S. Army who faithfully support our Nation today in more Chan 80 countries around the world. Today's soldiers...
White House Transportation Agency: "The Most Visible Unit No One's Ever Heard Of."
[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] and those who travel with him--stateside and abroad, as directed by the White House Military Office. The WHTA is a component activity that belongs to and is supported by the U.S. Army Military District of Washington,...