When clerics join the Army there’s a lot for them to learn about what religious support for Soldiers is about. When their spouses come along, they too have some major cultural adjustments to make. For that reason, the Chaplain Basic Officer Leader Course hosted a two-day Spouses’ Seminar April 12 and 13 at the Fort […]
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This first installment of “What Does it Take?” explores spiritual fitness. 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team chaplain, Maj. Josh Byrd, of Enid, Oklahoma, conducts an Easter sunrise service outside the ruins of an orthodox church for Soldiers deployed in support of Joint Multinational Training Group-Ukraine near Yavoriv, Ukraine on April 16, 2017. Unit religious affairs […]
As the sun dawns Easter morning, worshippers worldwide will honor the resurrection of Christ.
Wounded Warriors are called warriors for a reason. Despite their trials and tribulations, they are committed to being resilient. But even wounded warriors sometimes need support. Staff Sgt. Jed Weidner is one of those Wounded Warriors, and on Feb. 14,
Gold Star spouses, children and parents gathered outside Fort Riley Garrison Headquarters, building 500, alongside the color guard to raise the Gold Star Flag April 1 ahead of Gold Star Spouses Day.
News and information from the 188th Wing. The Razorback report is a monthly publication. In this edition: 1. SMSgt Mike Francis oversees safety at Operation Deep Freeze 2. 188th members participate in the Fort Smith STEM Wars 3. I-Fit Commercial (188th members see Hawg cast TV for link) 4. Chaplain Tom Smith with handling your […]