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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2014  10:35:32 AM


Cav units transition in Korea
CAMP STANLEY, South Korea - After months of training on two separate continents, Soldiers of the 1st Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment and 3rd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, stood side-by-side on the baseball field at Camp Stanley to mark a historic first. The two battalions carried out a transition of authority ceremony in commemoration of the successful completion of the first U.S. Combined Arms Battalion rotational deployment to Korea. 3-8 Cav. Regt., 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, takes the reins of the rotational deployment in support of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division. Following months of rigorous training at Fort Hood, Lt. Col. Elliot Rogers, the 3-8 Cav. Regt. commander, said his unit is trained and ready to win on the Korean peninsula. He p...
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Halloween is Friday. What has been your favorite costume you’ve ever worn, and why?

“A couple of years ago I went all out as the grim reaper, I even wore green contacts. It scared my youngest kid a little bit, though.” Master Sgt. Argelio Rodriguez, 1st Cav. Div.

“About three years ago I just wore a banana suit – maybe it’s not that original, but it was really fun.” Spc. Zachary Nixon, USAR

“When I was down range in Afghanistan I went around as a nun; I even had the hood, it was fun and everyone liked it.” Sgt. 1st Class William Kelly, III Corps

“It’ll be this year, I’m going as the Tin Man. My friends and I are going as the whole Wizard of Oz crew.” Sgt. David Johnson, 48th Chem. Bde.

“A few years ago I was a cheerleader and my husband was a referee.” Melanie Torres, civilian
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