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Do you want to be a Unit Public Affairs Representative?
Do you want to be a Unit Public Affairs Representative?

| 06/07/2012

As the 108th Training Command (IET) continues to grow, it will be difficult for the Public Affairs Staff to visit each brigade, battalion and company to cover news events. Public Affairs is the responsibility of commanders and Soldiers alike. The PAO is kicking off the Unit Public Affairs Program (UPAR), which will allow any Soldier to be the additional eyes and ears for your unit and the PAO. By volunteering you will assume the duties of UPAR as an additional duty. Read More...

Relevant Tags: Public Affairs, public affairs, training command, affairs officer, 18th training, army mil, unit public, affairs representative

Support for 108th members available
Support for 108th members available

| 06/07/2012

The 108th Griffon Association is alive, well, and performing its designed mission which is to support the 108th Training Command with scholarships, social activities, and especially support for soldiers A recently deployed and returned soldier from Georgia needed financial assistance in several areas. Without hesitation, a check for $1000 was given to help this individual. This is just one type of assistance that is available throughout the command. Requests for assistance should be forwarded to Ms. Denise Wallace at command headquarters. It’s there, if needed. Just ask for it and if viable we’ll do our best to help Read More...

Relevant Tags: griffon, support, office, available, soldiers, 18th griffon, 18th members, griffon association, members available

University of Mary — community and service

Wendy Schweitzer | 06/07/2012

The military might not typically be thought of as having much in common with Benedictine sisters, but they share two key values: community and service. Read More...

Relevant Tags: EDUCATION CHOICES, mary, university, military, programs, education, university mary, community service, military friendly, north dakota, values community, benedictine values

Uni. of Nebraska — strong commitment to military

| 06/07/2012

The University of Nebraska has deep connections to military and veteran populations stretching back into the middle of the last century. Many of its online programs have their roots in serving the needs of military students. Read More...

Relevant Tags: EDUCATION CHOICES, mary, university, military, programs, education, university mary, community service, military friendly, north dakota, values community, benedictine values

National Graduate School is GI Friendly

| 06/07/2012

The National Graduate School of Quality Management (NGS) is an accredited institution that offers Bachelor of Science Degree Completion programs*, Master of Science degrees and Doctor of Business Administration degrees* in both online* and in-residence formats at various sites nationwide. Read More...

Relevant Tags: MTR-EDUCATION CHOICES, ngs, science, program, military, graduate school, national graduate, science degree, bachelor science, degree completion, doctor business, master science, quality management, school friendly, business administration

Five HOT jobs for ex-military personnel

Courtesy Military.com | 06/07/2012

The US military is arguably the best-trained workforce in the world, and personnel who leave military service have skills that translate to virtually any career. Here’s a look at five popular jobs that give the men and women who’ve served our country an opportunity to make a difference and move up. Read More...

Relevant Tags: CAREER CHOICES, jobs, office, business, military personnel, military service, police officer, hot jobs, jobs military

Parenting teens — a.k.a. ‘Riding the Mechanical Bull’

Debra Bell | 06/07/2012

The roiling waters of the teen years catch many parents by surprise. It did me. Fortunately, our heavenly Father promises to give us the wisdom we need to shoot these rapids with skill and faith. But first we need to understand what is fueling the uproar. Read More...

Relevant Tags: HOMESCHOOL OPTIONS, office, teen, faith, give wisdom

Walk in the shade of the ancient Sequoias
Walk in the shade of the ancient Sequoias

| 06/07/2012

This summer take your R&R in peaceful Three Rivers, and walk in the shade of ancient Sequoias! As you enter the quaint rural community of Three Rivers, once home to Native California’s largest tribe, the Yokuts, feast your eyes on our golden hills, dotted with the evergreen of oaks and washed with the blue of our snow-melt rivers. Like the ancient Yokuts, follow the rivers to their source, spending the heat of the day in what is now Sequoia National Park’s Giant Forest, walking in the shade of giant sequoias, the largest living things on earth. Dip your toes in a snow-melt river, now moving more slowly, warmed by the sun, and wonder no ... Read More...

Relevant Tags: TRAVEL USA, kaweah, lake, sequoia, native, three rivers, native american, ancient sequoias, lake kaweah, national parks, sequoia kings, canyon national

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