Electronic Warfare Offers New Jobs
A new career field makes room for 1,600 full-time electronic warfare professionals for the active-duty Army, the Army Reserve and the Army National Guard, a senior officer said yesterday during a Defense Department Bloggers Roundtable conference call.
The Department of the Army has big plans to participate in the Military Saves Week, February 22 to March 1, 2009. Events are scheduled at Army facilities worldwide.
This year, the Army as a whole is recognizing the NCO Corps. "We want to enhance what we are doing for the NCOs, so we have initiatives that we'll bring on line this year that will enhance how we develop our noncommissioned officers and enable them to gain even more skills,"
The Upside of Online Universities
The Sloan Consortium, an online education research company, reported that 3 million plus students took at least one online course in the fall semester in 2005. Online education has become the norm.
Whether itís sitting around a campfire roasting marshmallows in the winter or standing in the middle of a creek fishing during the summer, a Colorado troop-support group is promising a week-long retreat full of fun and relaxation for 80 deserving military families this year.