50 Years Ago in ARMY: Morning to Remember (PDF)By Col. R. Ernest Dupuy, USA Ret.
The man who made the D-Day broadcast of June 6, 1944, tells how he broke the news to the world.Remembering Kagnew Station (PDF)By John R. Rasmuson
From World War II to the 1970s, the United States operated a fixed radio station in Ethiopia, which Army Chief of Staff Gen. William Westmoreland considered the armed forces’ most remote station in 1971. Now “the exigencies of another worldwide war have brought the U.S. Army back to Ethiopia.”Team Hellraiser: The Soldiers of a Headquarters Company (PDF)By Capt. Jared E. Runge
The soldiers of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 37th Engineer Battalion greatly contributed to the construction projects at Forward Operation Base Sharana in Afghanistan.A Morning with an FST in Rural Afghanistan (PDF)By Paul Avallone
The 758th Forward Surgical Team in Afghanistan, part of the 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), worked to save a little girl’s life after she stepped on a land mine.