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- Command Sergeant Major Keith R. Whitcomb oversees training on the aerial gunnery range on Fort A.P. Hill. fb.me/2u2p58TtG 1 week ago
- The Combat Readiness Center is only a few weeks away from launching the 2013 Summer Safety Campaign, which will... fb.me/2ny7Kfiiq 1 week ago
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Based on information derived from ReadyVirginia.gov and internal assessments the following is advised for every employee working at Fort A.P. Hill as well as family members at home: Continue reading
NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY TO HOST PRE-POSITIONED EXPEDITIONARY ASSISTANCE KITS-JCTD TECHNICAL DEMONSTRATION AT FORT A.P. HILL, VIRGINIA
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Release No 11-034 15 July 2011 Washington D.C. – The Center for Technology and National Security Policy (CTNSP) of the National Defense University (NDU) will be conducting a Technical Demonstration (TD) of an integrated Pre-Positioned Expeditionary Assistance … Continue reading
Lt. Col. Jack Haefner, Fort A.P. Hill garrison commander; Command Sgt. Maj. Miguel E. Reyna, Fort A.P. Hill garrison command sergeant major; and Sgt. 1st Class Jesse Krone of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training Complex at Fort A.P. Hill join … Continue reading
The remaining 415 Army junior cadets continue in their Army Strong efforts to stay in the game and finish what they started as they grow in confidence and leadership during the six-day camp adventure. The typical daily routine for JCLC attendants consists of a 5:30am wake up call, movement to breakfast and/or chapel at 6:30am, with strength, confidence and leadership training beginning as early as 8am, and continuing throughout the day. Some of the camp activities consist of marksmanship, rope bridge, first aid, land navigation, rappel/confidence course, and leader’s reaction course. Continue reading
FORT A.P. HILL, Va. — A Marine Sea Stallion helicopter quickly circles into a clearing in the pine forest, maneuvering to avoid being targeted by ground fire. Two Cobra attack helicopters circle overhead for protection as observers on the ground radio intelligence to a 14-member Marine special operations team.
Right on time, the huge Sea Stallion touches down and the team — many members having slept through the three-hour flight — rushes off in two lines, spreading out in tactical formation in the tall grass, their M-4 assault rifles at the ready.