Sunday, January 26, 2020

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  1. The Army's Enterprise Cloud Management Office is set to be in full swing by March, said the service's chief information officer, following the force's data strategy push to modernize and safeguard its networks against great-power competitors.
  2. With the launch of the new Battalion Commander Assessment Program, the Army is currently evaluating close to 800 lieutenant colonels and majors at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville and Maj. Gen. Joseph McGee, Army Talent Management Task Force director, provided an update about the BCAP process during a media event Thursday.
  3. Army men swept gold through bronze with the top three times in the USA Track and Field Cross Country Championships Saturday at Mission Bay Park in southern California. The Armed Forces Cross Country Championship was run concurrently with the USATF 10K races with both Army men and women taking gold in the team competitions.
  4. Army leaders honored some of the force's top recruiters at a ceremony Wednesday for their efforts in placing nearly 200 recruits in uniform during the first quarter of this fiscal year.
  5. Serving as an Army broadcaster with the American Forces Network in the 80s, then-Spc. Charlie Gill was about to depart from AFN headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, when "history happened" and he began to broadcast the fall of the Berlin Wall.

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