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WASHINGTON – The U.S. Army released a programmatic environmental assessment, or PEA, and draft finding of no significant impact, or FONSI, regarding the stationing of a multi-domain task force, or MDTF, and invites the public to review the documents and provide comments.


While Fort Campbell Soldiers and Families fight to stay cool during this summer’s heat wave, Capt. Sarah Bohac, 72nd Veterinary Detachment, 531st Hospital Center, said they should remember to protect their pets as well.


The Spouse Employment Center, or SEC, is committed to assisting inbound and outbound military spouses meet their employment needs before or after a permanent change of station, or PCS, said Geneva Hauser, employment readiness program specialist.

Climate change has serious implications for national security, said the Defense Department’s chief sustainability officer and senior adviser for climate.


Elements of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Band are preparing to join their fellow Screaming Eagle Soldiers in Europe this month as they work to assure NATO allies and deter Russian aggression.

WASHINGTON – To help compete for top talent, the Army has updated its regulations for tattoos, cutting processing times for new recruits who have the body art.

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Hundreds of Screaming Eagle Soldiers departed June 27 from Campbell Army Airfield on a nine-month deployment to Europe to assure NATO allies and deter Russian aggression in the region.