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Army.mil published a new web page for all things uniform related. This includes regulations, memorandums, badges, wear out dates, etc.
Once Cadets are contracted they must be issued a Common Access Card (CAC). Click here for the steps to get your CAC issued once you are contracted. This point of contact is for a local Defense Eligibility Enrollment Reporting System (DEERS) site. CACs can be issued at other locations as well.
CBOLC students learn to think 'maneuver'
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.
Cadet Summer Training leaders highlight minor changes
Cadet Summer Training begins in one week. In preparation for it, Col. Sean Barnes and Command Sgt. Maj. Randy Wright, commandant and command sergeant major respectfully of Cadet Summer Training, shared some of their expectations and planned changes to summer training.
Fort Knox Soldiers tackle the unexpected with camaraderie, perseverance during Best Warrior
Fort Knox and U.S. Army Cadet Command held a joint competition May 21-23 to name the installation and Cadet Command Soldier and NCO of the Year. Sixteen soldiers competed -- eight each from Fort Knox and Cadet Command -- in basic warrior tasks to include an oral board and 12-mile ruck march. The series of events are designed to test Soldiers both physically and mentally, and keep them on their toes.