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Today's Army Career of the Day is 94M Radar Repairer. Are you a 94M? If so, tell us about it.
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Wen they gona have some rest and good time..its Sunday today
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If you haven't gotten your #fitnessfriday in yet -- here's one from the #USArmy Physical Training Guide!

For conditioning drills, stretching drills and more, visit: http://ow.ly/vWfWM

What's your favorite PT exercise?
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This month is the Month of the Military Child. Share this photo with a 'brat' you know and love! #MOMC
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Wat ever u told or told to or teach to do that runs in your blood...if it is good or bad...that's how generation starts and grow and disipiar...or get finish...
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On this day in 1945, U.S. Lieutenant Colonel Boris T. Pash commandeers over half a ton of uranium at Strassfut, Germany, in an effort to prevent the Russians from developing an A-bomb.

Pash was head of the Alsos Group, organized to search for German scientists in the postwar environment in order to prevent the Russians, previously Allies but at this point in history a potential threat, from capturing any scientists and putting them to work at their own atomic research plants. Uranium piles were also rich "catches," as they were necessary to the development of atomic weapons.
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Today's Army Career of the Day is 15N Avionic Mechanic. Are you a 15N? If so, tell us about it.
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The Technology Spotlight piece of equipment is the M192 Lightweight Ground Mount for Machine Guns. The M192 is an improved-capability ground mount that replaces the M122A1 Tripod. The M192 is a compact and collapsible ground mount that reduces the Soldier’s combat load and improves mobility.
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Today's Army Career of the Day is 31D Criminal Investigations Special Agent. Are you a 31D? If so, tell us about it.
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Q: How do you become a #USArmy sniper?

A: http://ow.ly/vUGj6

(#USArmy photo by Staff Sgt. Grady Jones)
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Enlist and request the school and hope you have what it takes to pass it.
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Today's Army Officer Career of the Day is 19A Armor Officer. Are you an Armor Officer? If so, tell us about it.
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Soldiers with 3rd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team "Rakkasans", 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), secure Landing Zone Red Crow during a rehearsal for Operation Golden Eagle, April 4, 2014.

(Photo by Staff Sgt. Joel Salgado)
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