Tag Archives: camaraderie

One Army veteran started a program that uses MMA-style fitness and yoga to help veterans reintegrate into civilian life to live healthier, happier lives.
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Marines with 1st Law Enforcement Battalion conducted a battalion hike at Camp Pendleton, Calif. to improve their physical and mental strength and build camaraderie.
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Two Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 reached a turning point in their lives when they swore in and became American citizens prior to deploying to Afghanistan. Staff Sgt. Jason Constable, a watch officer and combat engineer, and Sgt. …
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From Naval Air Facility Misawa This 121-year-old rivalry isn’t limited to just midshipmen and cadets. Two units from Misawa Air Base, Japan, battle it out in their own annual Army/Navy flag football game in the spirit of competition and camaraderie.  So …
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By Staff Sgt. Amy Wieser Willson, North Dakota National Guard From www.army.mil   FARGO, N.D. – In the most simplistic military sense, it’s a reallocation of assets. The story of how one N.D. Guardsman’s kidney now filters the blood in his …
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