The U.S. Army’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School held a ceremony Monday on the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence Plaza, promoting both Jesse Deberry and Robert Lockwood to chief warrant officer 3. Immediately following the promotion, Deberry relinquished responsibility as the Chemical Corps’ Regimental Chief Warrant Officer to Lockwood, making him only the third … [Read more...] about Regiment welcomes new CWO
Fort Leonard Wood’s 1st Engineer Brigade said farewell to Command Sgt. Maj. Jerimiah Gan and welcomed Command Sgt. Maj. Robert Ferguson II during a Change of Responsibility ceremony held Monday at Nutter Field House. “As often is the case with moments like this, I stand here with very mixed emotions,” said Col. Dale Snider, 1st Engineer Brigade commander. “Sgt. Maj. Gan has been my partner in … [Read more...] about Ferguson assumes brigade CSM role
Tuesday marks the beginning of the U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School’s Best CBRN Warrior Competition and the 3rd Chemical Brigade promises it is one competitors won’t soon forget. “It’s the 100th anniversary — you won’t get this one again, not in our lifetime. This is a great way to say happy birthday to our regiment for a century of existence,” said. Col. Dale … [Read more...] about Best CBRN Warrior Competition begins Tuesday
Today's events, which are all open to the public, include a division-style Army birthday run kicking off at 5:30 a.m. from Gammon Field, followed by the annual birthday cake-cutting ceremony and ice cream social at 10 a.m. at the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence Plaza. The final tribute for the day will be the Streamer and Retreat Ceremony at 4:30 p.m. on MSCoE Plaza. … [Read more...] about Army birthday:
Past and present Engineers are invited to attend the Engineer Birthday Muster, cake cutting and barbecue scheduled for Friday at Fort Leonard Wood’s John B. Mahaffey Museum. The muster is scheduled from 9 a.m. through 3 p.m., followed by an unofficial and official cake-cutting ceremony and barbecue hosted by the Army Engineer Association. … [Read more...] about Engineer birthday:
Fort Leonard Wood is scheduled to celebrate the 100th birthday of the Chemical Corps with the U.S Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School, as they hold their 2018 Regimental Week June 26 through 28. The theme of this year’s regimental week is “Honoring the Past; Preparing for the Future”. “We should invest some time reflecting on 100 years of service to our nation,” said … [Read more...] about Chemical Corps scheduled to celebrate 100 years of service
Some may ask — what does ice cream have to do with developing leadership and teamwork skills? The answer may surprise you. Today, the Army observes its 243rd birthday, and Fort Leonard Wood will celebrate with a cake-cutting ceremony by the installation’s eldest and youngest service members and Department of the Army civilians. This year, the command added an ice cream social to the list of … [Read more...] about Leadership, teamwork and ice cream?
Col. Antonio Munera, U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School commandant and 30th chief of chemical, was promoted to brigadier general in a ceremony held May 30 on Fort Leonard Wood’s Maneuver Support Center of Excellence Plaza. Maj. Gen. Kent Savre, MSCoE and Fort Leonard Wood commanding general, said the ceremony was very significant for the Army, the installation and … [Read more...] about Munera pins on brigadier general
The words “Operation Steel Dragon” may not mean a lot to most, but for second lieutenants attending Fort Leonard Wood’s Chemical Basic Officer Leader Course, this redesigned capstone exercise means they will be better prepared to support maneuver commanders on the battlefield. Students from CBOLC class 03-18 gave their capstone brief June 1 to a panel consisting of both combat arms and … [Read more...] about Students learn to think ‘maneuver’
The U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School is gearing up to host the Best CBRN Warrior Competition from June 19 through 23 at Fort Leonard Wood. Registration for the competition is open until 3 p.m. June 15. The competition is open to active- duty, Reserve and National Guard CBRN Soldiers. To be eligible to compete, teams must consist of two military personnel in … [Read more...] about Registration open for Best CBRN Warrior Competition
Fort Leonard Wood plans to celebrate the U.S. Army's 243rd birthday with several events on post June 14, which is the official Army birth date. The events, which are all open to the public, include a division-style Army birthday run kicking off at 5:30 a.m. from Gammon Field, followed by the annual birthday cake-cutting ceremony and ice cream social at 10 a.m. at the Maneuver Support Center of … [Read more...] about Fort Leonard Wood to celebrate 243 years of Army service to the nation
By Regan Mertz GUIDON volunteer In 2017, Fort Leonard Wood recycled or diverted approximately 9,000 tons of material from landfills in Missouri. Recycling is measured in terms of tons of material diverted from landfills. Materials that can be recycled are paper products such as cardboard, paperboard, office paper, mixed paper like magazines and junk mail, and newspaper, aluminum cans, clean … [Read more...] about Are you familiar with Fort Leonard Wood’s recycling program?
The Army Volunteer Corps office is currently seeking individuals who have bilingual language interpreter skills. If you are interested in volunteering contact the Army Volunteer Corps office at 573.596.0212. … [Read more...] about Interpreters needed
The wind picked up, pushing rain clouds across the hazy sky as Soldiers with class 18-007 Company C, 35th Engineer Battalion, fit one last rehearsal in before friends and family filled the stands for graduation May 18 on Gammon Field. Even with Missouri’s typically indecisive weather, outdoor graduations are becoming more frequent for Basic Combat Training and One Station Unit Training … [Read more...] about Outdoor graduations return to installation
The 14th Military Police Brigade activated 1st Battalion, 58th Infantry Regiment, in a ceremony held May 24 at Swift Gym. As part of the Army’s End Strength Increase initiative, the battalion will serve as an additional Basic Combat Training unit giving Fort Leonard Wood the capacity to train 5,000 additional troops per year. “This time last year, the Army chose Fort Leonard Wood to increase … [Read more...] about 1-58th unfurls colors at FLW