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U.S. Army Soldiers from Chosen Company, 1st Battalion, 35st Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division conduct an attack against the opposing force during Decisive Action Rotation 15-03 at the National Training Center in Fort Irwin, Calif., Feb. 5, 2015. Decisive Action rotations at the NTC ensure units remain versatile responsive and consistently available for the current fight and unforeseen future contingencies. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Charles Probst/Released)

After getting back from NTC for my Annual Training, I’ve finally gotten the chance to go through some of my photos and play around a bit. This is my absolute favorite. Grateful to have gotten to spend so much time with the MP’s (my former branch). This is taken from the inside of an ASV (Armored Security Vehicle). This soldier is sitting in the fully-automated turret, and gets to choose from a Mk-19 (40mm grenade launcher) and a .50 caliber machine gun. That’s a lot of bang for your buck.

Team China Has A New Training Motto

“Innovate, Breakthrough, Strive, and to Realize Dreams” are printed in bold font on the new banner over looking the national training center.  With this new training motto, the National Team has set forth new expectations for preparations leading up to the Rio Olympics.  The two smaller banners on either side read “To break down obsolete training ideas and practices” and “To reform and improve training methods and means." 

Big changes are happening on the National Team championed by Head Coach Huang Yubin.  The changes include everything from training methods, coaching staff, to training groups. So far these changes are well received by the coaches and gymnasts alike. Hopefully we’ll be able to see some results by the end of winter training. 

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TRAIN AS WE FIGHT…

An M109A6 Paladin during Decisive Action Rotation 14-10 at the National Training Center, Sept. 24, 2014. Paladin was first fielded in 1994 and is operational with the United States Army and the Israeli Army, and has been selected by the Kuwait and Taiwan. In June 1999, the US Army received the last of 950 Paladin M109A6 ordered. 

(U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Richard W. Jones Jr., Operations Group, National Training Center)

Opinyon ng DOJ, hinihintay pa ukol sa National Training Center

Opinyon ng DOJ, hinihintay pa ukol sa National Training Center

Muling sumulat ang Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) hinggil sa hinihingi nitong ligal na opinyon sa Department of Justice para sa inaasam nitong maagang pag-aapruba sa pagbubuo sa Philippine Amateur Sports Training Center alinman sa Clark Development Center o sa Capas, Tarlac.
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VVTA official unable to access more video in Fort Irwin bus crash

VVTA official unable to access more video in Fort Irwin bus crash

FORT IRWIN • A Victor Valley Transit Authority official said Tuesday the agency has been unable to watch additional video of Monday’s fatal bus crash on Fort Irwin Road and has contacted the manufacturer of the onboard DVR for assistance.

A Barstow man died and eight others suffered injuries early Monday morning when a VVTA commuter bus bound for the National Training Center struck a tractor…

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CIAC, napipisil na pagtayuan ng National Training Center

CIAC, napipisil na pagtayuan ng National Training Center

Halos nagkakaroon na ng linaw ang hinahangad na pagpapatayo ng makabagong National Training Center matapos ang isinagawang inspeksiyon at pagsasadetalye kahapon sa mga susunod na hakbangin ng mga opisyal ng senado, kongreso, Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC), Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA), Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) at Philippine Olympic Committee (POC).
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