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NC-based paratrooper killed during training at Fort Polk An 82nd Airborne Division paratrooper died during a training accident Sautrday at the Joint Readiness Training Center at Fort Polk, La., the Army Check out this story on Armytimes.com: http://militari.ly/1yFp3gA
To prepare for the April assessment, the Army required female candidates to attend the two-week Army National Guard Ranger Training and Assessment Course. Officials allotted seats for female candidates in each iteration of the course between January and April. The course has historica...
Only 3 women fail Ranger School PT test, 16 remain Three women and 78 men have washed out of Ranger School after Monday morning's physical fitness test, officials said. Check out this story on Armytimes.com: http://militari.ly/1yLYs1k
Paratrooper brings his fish on last jump — takes selfie As Spc. Matthew Tattersall prepares to leave the Army, he wanted to make his last jump as a paratrooper a memorable one. Check out this story on Armytimes.com: http://militari.ly/1FZ0JWs
'Army West Point': New logo highlights sports rebrand "Black Knights" stays, but the Black Knight goes when it comes to Army athletics. Make that "Army West Point" athletics. Both moves are Check out this story on Armytimes.com: http://militari.ly/1FPcIFX
British invasion: Huge paratrooper jump today over Bragg More than 2,100 American and British paratroopers will jump into Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Monday for the start of a massive exercise. Check out this story on Armytimes.com: http://militari.ly/1yoc3eY
Two SFCs claim title Best Ranger 2015 Two senior NCOs from the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade on Sunday claimed the title of Best Ranger after a grueling three-day competition. Check out this story on Armytimes.com: http://militari.ly/1FNfWKb
The more restrictive tattoo policy had become a sore subject for soldiers, as the new Sergeant Major of the Army Dan Dailey quickly learned through soldier feedback. Dailey was concerned the tough tattoo rules were negatively impacting morale, and he shared these concerns with Army Ch...