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Top ROTC and West Point Cadets from across the country recently had the opportunity to learn from peers and Army leaders during the 2019 George C. Marshall Seminar at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
To enhance border security, the Border Patrol is making significant investments to build a new wall and replacing existing, inferior barriers. The first project completed was in in the Border Patrol's El Centro Sector in California along a two-mile stretch of border immediately west of the Calexico Port of Entry.
The must experience Raiding the Country Vault at the Starlite Theatre in Branson, Missouri takes the audience on a memorable journey through the greatest hits of Country Music ... America's most beloved genre.
The Marine Corps is constantly improving its warfighting capabilities through advancement in science and technology to stay ahead of its adversaries.
A slow motion look at the amphibious transport dock ship USS Green Bay (LPD 20) launching rolling airframe missiles (RAMs) during a missile exercise (MSLEX) while deployed in the Pacific Ocean.
A Coast Guard aviation survival technician (AST) teaches elementary students how to build a shelter as part of a survival skills training day on Woody Island, Kodiak, Alaska. Annually, a group of ASTs based in Kodiak travel with the students to Woody Island to teach them basic survival skills essential to life in Alaska.
The water was very cold, and since Mr. Lundquist could not right his kayak quickly, he decided to swim for shore. Mr. Lundquist stated that he believed at one point he would likely drown from hypothermia. Then he quickly decided that ... "as a Marine I may die, but not from giving up." With a lot of determination and his life jacket, Mr. Lundquist made it to shore.
The Air Force District of Washington, located on Joint Base Andrews, Maryland brings air, space and cyberspace capabilities to the joint team protecting the nation's capital; and, supports local personnel and those serving worldwide with a mission of Contingency Response, Ceremonial Honors, and Operational Support.