An International Forum aimed “towards a secure energy supply in a net zero emission society” was held in Frankfurt, Germany, January 23-25, 2023. to fight climate change and support energy security on the local level. Representatives from energy utility companies that provide energy to regions, cities and local communities, along with energy savings contractors, architects and equipment manufacturers also participated and shared their insights. Some of the topics covered include installation energy master planning and the interrelationships between energy systems such as on-site generation and seasonal storage, as well as their applications, constraints, pros and cons and self-sufficiency. NEWS INFO Date Taken: 02.06.2023 Date Posted: 02.09.2023 12:55 Story ID: 438181 Location: CHAMPAIGN, IL, US Web Views: 1 Downloads: 0 PUBLIC DOMAIN This work, ERDC-CERL organizes international conference held to fight climate change and support energy security, by Kaley Skaggs, identified by DVIDS, must comply with the restrictions shown on https://www.dvidshub.net/about/copyright.
They are Man the Force, Develop and Manage the Force, and Sustain the Force. It is an essential component of ASC’s Line of Effort 4: Develop, Empower and Protect a Professional Workforce. This includes individuals from all major offices within the command, including Safety, Training, the command chaplain, command surgeon and legal office, among others. ASC is also actively recruiting Soldiers as part of its Man the Force efforts. The recruitment of Soldiers is a strong component of Man the Force.5 months ago DVIDS
Story by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chelsea D. MeillerNaval Special Warfare Group 1 Public AffairsCORONADO, Calif. (Oct. 27, 2022) — Retired Chief Storekeeper Steven Elliott received the 2022 Department of Defense (DoD) Outstanding Employee/Service Member Annual Disability Award for his work as Naval Special Warfare Group (NSWG) 1’s medical supply program manager. He is an invaluable member of the Naval Special Warfare Group 1 team,” said Capt. Elliott, who has been NSWG-1’s medical supply program manager since 2015, is responsible for a $2.49 million annual budget and the maintenance of $10 million in medical supplies and equipment. For more news from Naval Special Warfare Command, visit https://www.facebook.com/NavalSpecialWarfare or https://www.nsw.navy.mil/. NEWS INFO Date Taken: 10.27.2022 Date Posted: 10.27.2022 13:10 Story ID: 432074 Location: CORONADO, CA, US Web Views: 3 Downloads: 0 PUBLIC DOMAIN This work, Naval Special Warfare Group 1 Medical Supply Program Manager Receives DoD Award, by PO1 Chelsea Meiller, identified by DVIDS, must comply with the restrictions shown on https://www.dvidshub.net/about/copyright.5 months ago DVIDS
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii – After more than 200 grueling days at U.S. Army Ranger School at Fort Benning, Ga., Spc. “Since arriving to Schofield I always talked about going to Ranger School, but I got comfortable not going,” said Roup. Out of the three phases, Roup repeated the Benning phase twice, the mountain phase twice, and the Florida phase three times. Roup has a never-quit attitude and demonstrated that in spades throughout his entire experience at Ranger School,” said Davis. Roup before he left to Ranger School was don’t come back without it,” said 1st Sgt.5 months ago DVIDS
Joint Base Charleston launched 24 C-17 Globemaster IIIs to conduct a mission generation exercise that integrated Air Force, Army, and Marine forces across five operating locations, Jan. 5, 2023. “Air Mobility Command is the meaningful maneuver for the joint force, and our asymmetric advantage is our adaptable, talented Airmen,” said Maj. Gen. Corey Martin, 18th Air Force commander. “This exercise is about readiness and lethality,” said Maj. Zachary Barry, C-17 pilot and lead planner for the exercise. At Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., C-17 aircrews landed, quickly uploaded HIMARS rocket launchers, flew to Pope AAF, and then performed a HIMARS rapid infiltration, or HIRAIN. “This is a historic exercise for us, because we need to be able to fight tonight,” Barry said.2 months ago DVIDS
With January being National Blood Donor Month, the Armed Services Blood Program would like to express its gratitude for all its supporters while also calling attention to the need for more donors. “National Blood Donor Month is a great time to stop and say thank you to the tens of thousands of ASBP blood donors who supported their military family in 2022,” remarked ASBP Division Chief Navy Capt. Another is donor and blood drive coordinator HM2 Samantha Lane is with the Medical Office of Assault Craft Unit One and donates with the ASBP’s Naval Medical Center San Diego Blood Donor Center. Join the ASBP in celebrating National Blood Donor Month by scheduling a donation today at https://www.militaryblood.dod.mil. ****About the Armed Services Blood ProgramSince 1962, the Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) is the official blood program of the United States military.2 months ago DVIDS
Ambassador to Senegal Mike Raynor (Center) stands with members of the U.S. Army...... read more read more Courtesy Photo | U.S. Ambassador to Senegal Mike Raynor (Center) stands with members of the U.S. Army Europe and Africa Band and Chorus at the conclusion of the U.S. Embassy’s “National Day” held Feb. 16, 2023. The United States and Senegal have enjoyed more than 60 years of strong cooperation, and Senegal is an important partner of the United States in promoting peace and security in West Africa. (Photo by Cindy Dorfner, U.S. Army Europe and Africa) see less | View Image PageDAKAR, Senegal - Portions of the U.S. Army Europe and Africa Band and Chorus recently finished a tour filled with cultural exchanges in the western most part of Africa. Guests were treated to food and drink specialties from four areas of the United States, including the South, Northeast, Midwest, Southwest.1 month ago DVIDS
Courtesy Photo | Earth Day volunteers working with archaeologists on the Lamont House site, April...... read more read more Courtesy Photo | Earth Day volunteers working with archaeologists on the Lamont House site, April 2004. While studying a 1922 map overlay of Fort Bragg and its land, a mysterious discovery was made – a structure near Lamont’s Bridge was labeled as “Haunted House,” the only instance of this labeling that the Fort Bragg Cultural Resources had ever seen. Why would an abandoned structure still standing in 1922 be labeled as such, and is there more to the story of this haunted house? “We have a few other possible reasons why the house is labeled haunted on this 1922 map,” explained Carnes-McNaughton. But maybe, just maybe, the area was labeled haunted due to strange and unusual activity experienced or witnessed by locals and warned to stay away.5 months ago DVIDS