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Leadership is more than coaching

Leadership is and always will be an uphill battle. When leading, how do you make a real difference in people's lives? Leadership is more than coaching; it is more like being a teacher. Teachers enable their students to see beyond themselves and give them greater understanding...

source: By Betty Boyd
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The 82nd Airborne Division Association bulletin for December 2018 includes a note about travel financing for 82nd Airborne Division WWII veterans, IRS notifications, donations to the "Holiday Troop Support", the 2019 Convention, All American Week 2019, and more.

source: 82nd Airborne Division Association

Active-duty members of the U.S. military are much more open to the idea of mental health counseling than veterans, a new survey finds. More than 90 percent of all veterans and active-duty service members said mental health is as important as physical health. But only 30...

source: University of Phoenix via HealthDay News

Wreaths, lights, candy canes and maroon berets. The 82nd Airborne Division Band is continuing a holiday tradition of bringing cheer to the families of Fort Bragg and hopes to expand its reach into Fayetteville, too. An annual concert now in its third year, the All American...

source: The Fayetteville Observer

About 260 jumpmasters from 14 partner nations landed on Fort Bragg's Drop Zone Sicily, officially commencing the 21st annual Randy Oler Memorial Operation Toy Drop Wednesday. These jumpmasters will lead the anticipated 3,000 paratroopers who will jump. The annual Fort Bragg...

source: 352nd Civil Affairs Command PAO via DVIDS

Paratroopers from the 1st Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division partnered with British paratroopers from 2PARA, 16 Air Assault Brigade to conduct a series of tactical scenarios. Scenarios...

source: 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division via DVIDS

The Armed Forces have a huge motion sickness problem. Infantrymen sitting in the back of M2 Bradley fighting vehicles, riding perpendicular to the direction of travel and across rough, often bumpy terrain, get carsick. Pilots and...

source: Popular Mechanics


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