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Army rocks Navy! No, not the fall military academy football classic. For the first time in history, a U.S. Army band -- the 34th Infantry Division Band -- performed a concert on the Navy destroyer U.S.S. Decatur. Members of the Army band had to overcome some hardship to make the gig, when the small boat taking them to Decatur broke down. They say it was worth it, though, because the Decatur sailors often miss USO tours.
When it comes to Iraqi culture, who ya gonna call? In the case of the Army's 34th Infantry Division, they call on the "Human Terrain Team". Its actually a group of social scientists who provide guidance on how Iraqis look at the world. Division officials learned from the team that Iraqis who work on base were offended by having to go through a narrow gate surrounded by razor wire. Iraqis say such a gate is unsafe -- and disrespectful. I'm Max Cacas.
June 4th, 2009 at 11:00 AM
BIG Experience co-host: Mr. Al Tyree, Blacks In Government National Communication and Public Relations Chair Person, will host Dr. Valerie Martin-Stewart, as guests this Thursday at 11:00am. Join us as we discuss with Valerie, overcoming personal struggles and setbacks.
You think your fitness workout is tough? How about lifting a pair of 45-pound springs from a HUMVEE? That's one of the things Army combat troops are doing to stay physically fit for combat. The workout is called "Tabata", after its Japanese creator. It incorporated timed, maximum intensity exercises in short bursts, followed by rest. One Army specialist says the Tabata workout has helped him lower his blood pressure - and lose 40 pounds! I'm Max Cacas.
Recent report examines issue.
His book, "America's Failure in Iraq," details his experience working with military and civilian personnel as a contractor.
Listen November 10th at 2pm
Program will discuss the progress of Cloud Computing in the Federal Government, best practices including the DISA RACE program, challenges still ahead, lessons learned, and the vision for the future.
Tags: technology , Federal Executive Forum , cloud , DoD , federal government , DISA , Roberty Carey , Navy , Mike Krieger , Henry Sienkiewcz , Booz Allen Hamilton , Tom Simmons , Tim Harder , Citrix Systems , EMC Federal Systems , Ron Ritchey