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Learn the Most Critical Details Now Before You Take the Plunge:  Get a Leg up on Your Peers 

WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 20, 2000 - Majors now have the preeminent site for learning the critical administrative tasks you will require as a Battalion Executive Officer.  See what your peers and the competition won't tell you.  In this highly competitive world get the decisive advantage before you attempt to get branch qualified.   
HMMWV on a crane MTMC Loads Guard Unit For Bosnia Service 
WASHINGTON, D.C. Jan. 18, 2000 -- The Army made history Jan. 13 and 14 as vehicles and cargo were hoisted aboard the cargo ship Lara Bay. The equipment belonged to the 49th Armored Division, Texas Army National Guard. The Guardsmen will fall in on the equipment in Bosnia in March. This is the first time a National Guard unit has been used as a major component and as the headquarters of an Army peacekeeping force in Bosnia since the mission began in late 1995. 

PHOTO: A Texas National Guard vehicle is hoisted aboard the Lara Bay at the Port of Corpus Christi, headed for service in Bosnia. 


 
 

MP's on patrol 230th MPs Named Army's Best

Spc. Brian Summers (left) and Sgt. James Skeans, 230th Military Police Company, cross a "danger area" during a field training exercise Jan. 4-7 at Baumholder (Germany) Training Area. The 230th, a 21st Theater Support Command unit, recently garnered the Brig. Gen. Jeremiah P. Holland Award as the Army's best company-level MP organization. (Photo by Sgt. Tami Lambert, 21st Theater Support Command).

 
 
 
 
 
 

Navy Ship Named For Army MOH Winner 

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 19, 2000 - The Korean War heroism of an Army soldier was memorialized earlier this month when a Navy ship was dedicated in his name. The fifth in a series of seven Strategic Sealift ships being built by Litton Avondale Industries, T-AKR 304, was christened PILILAAU in ceremonies at the New Orleans shipyard January 8. 
Guard Officer Takes Command Of Active-Component Battalion 
WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 18, 2000 -- Lt. Col. Ernest Audino, wearing tanker boots and the chrome cavalry spurs he earned in Germany 15 years ago, became the first National Guard officer ever to take command of an active Army battalion Jan. 12. Audino, 39, assumed the full-time command and the bright yellow flag of the 1st Battalion, 33rd Armor from Lt. Col. Henry St.-Pierre during an indoor ceremony on a rare snowy morning at Fort Lewis, Wash. He then began a march into the Army's future with his old outfit. 
Article 32 investigation set in Kosovo slaying 
WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Jan. 21, 2000) - The U.S. Army announced yesterday the beginning of its official investigation into the involvement of a U.S. soldier in the death of a civilian female in Kosovo last week. The action is a result of charges and specifications brought Jan. 15 against Staff Sergeant Frank J. Ronghi, A Company, 3rd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, Fort Bragg, N.C. 
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