Seventeen Soldiers, one Marine and one Coast Guardsman have earned spots in the delayed 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. The games, postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, will begin July 23 and continue through Aug. 8.
WASHINGTON – To aid Soldiers during a challenging permanent change of station season, which is seeing some delays with household goods shipments because of the current environment, the Army has widened the window for Soldiers to report to their next duty station.
The U.S. Army’s Career Intermission Program, or CIP, is a retention-based initiative that allows Soldiers to pursue personal goals or professional growth while providing a mechanism for a seamless return to active duty.
It matters where Soldiers and their Families shop, and authorized Army and Air Force Exchange Service shoppers are doing their part to strengthen the Fort Campbell community.
WASHINGTON – Army officer promotion boards will be provided more adverse information when considering leaders for promotion starting this month, said Maj. Gen. Douglas Stitt, the Army’s director of military personnel management.
WASHINGTON – Soldiers soon will shoulder the responsibilities of noncommissioned officers earlier in their careers following a new Army directive.
WASHINGTON – The Army requires consistent, predictable and sustained funding for readiness and modernization efforts to ensure overmatch against a near-peer competitor, the acting Army secretary said recently during a budget hearing.
WASHINGTON – The Army has resumed distribution of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in limited capacity, helping the service reach its goal of vaccinating 80% of the force by July 4, its top medical officer said.
WASHINGTON – The Army is on target to vaccinate 80% of its Soldiers by the Fourth of July as vaccine doses become more readily available, said the Army surgeon general.
WASHINGTON – As the Army strives to get back to normal operations this year, increasing the number of vaccinated personnel will enable readiness and expedite the reopening process, said Sgt. Maj. of the Army Michael A. Grinston.