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Department of Defense seeking Red Ribbon Week award nominations

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Feb. 25, 2005) The Department of Defense is seeking nominations for two awards to be given out as a part of its annual Red Ribbon Week: The Secretary of Defense Community Drug Awareness Award and Fulcrum Shield.

Soldiers' NASCAR windshield idea saves Army millions

RICHMOND, Va.(Army News Service, Feb. 25, 2005) - Two National Guard Soldiers got a chance to see their idea of using NASCAR windshield tear-offs on Army helicopters come to life as they helped apply the laminate to one of the unit's UH-60 Black Hawks Feb. 22.

Army takes top honors at Armed Forces boxing championships

FORT HUACHUCA, Ariz.(Army News Service, Feb. 25, 2005) -- Army boxers unleashed a hail storm of blows to once again take the 2005 Armed Forces Boxing Championship title Feb. 19 at Fort Huachuca's Barnes Field House.

Walter Reed patients 'up in arms' over unique clinic

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Feb. 25, 2005) -- Sounds of clashing sabers and foils echoed in Walter Reed Army Medical Center's Wagner Sports Center Feb. 17 during a unique therapy clinic for service members recovering from war wounds here.

Afghan National Army begins new training model

KABUL, Afghanistan - (Army News Service, Feb. 25, 2005) -- Almost 500 Afghan National Army soldiers doubled-timed for six miles Feb. 24 in order to get to their new home in time to start the first Advanced Individual Training courses for ANA soldiers today.
BOLC gets green light for officer education

FORT MONROE, Va. (Army News Service, Feb. 25, 2005) - The Army is preparing to move from pilot programs for the Basic Officer Leadership Course into implementing BOLC in July 2006, senior officials announced this week.

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