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TRADOC To Expand Credentialing Program in 2016

  • 12/28/2015 - 10:41

    The Army is hoping to expand its credentialing program in the upcoming year, by expanding the ability for soldiers to earn credentials in every MOS for free through the Army's Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). These credentials not only help soldiers translate their military experience and knowledge into civilian career opportunities, but they also help soldiers obtain points towards promotion while within the military.

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First Annual Health of the Force Report Released

  • 12/14/2015 - 11:03

    The Army Surgeon General's office has released its first "Health of the Force" report, which gives Army leadership an overview of health factors and conditions that effect readiness, as well as providing a rating of the health at several different Army installations throughout the country.

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Women in the Draft? The Process Begins

Defense Secretary: All Jobs Open to Women

  • 12/03/2015 - 15:17

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    Starting in January, Defense Secretary Carter announced Thursday, all military jobs in all branches will be open and available to women. Carter said that his decision to open all jobs to women was shared by the secretaries of the Navy, Army and Air Force and the commander of the U.S. Special Operations Command. Only one military leader, Gen. Joseph Dunford - then the Marine Corps Commandant, now Chairman of the Joint Chiefs - recommended keeping some positions closed to women.

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America's Future Conflicts: The Gray Zone

  • 12/01/2015 - 15:28

    The "Gray Zone" - the place between peace and all-out war - is an area that is becoming more and more common in conflicts today. With conflicts like Russia and Ukraine/Crimea and ISIS all happening in this Gray Zone, it's not something that can be ignored by the military. This Gray Zone is the subject of a white paper released in September by the US Special Operations Command, based at MacDill Air Force Base.

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