Rewind in the Blind
Oct14

Rewind in the Blind

The mission of two veterans to reach their fellow soldiers Jason Norris and Zachary Connerty met in 2001 while stationed at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Zach was shift supervisor for a military police unit and Jason was newly assigned on base. Jason was to shadow Zach in order to learn the ropes on Fort Jackson but instead, he asked that he be provided a patrol car so he could figure things out on his own and “stay out of the way.”...

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Knights Giving Back
Oct14

Knights Giving Back

Community Service Spotlight Russell Mowrer Ulysses, Kansas Class of 2016 BS, Occupational Safety and Health “I could not imagine life without the gift of music and I will continue to share that gift as often as possible…” “I have been involved in music since I was six years old, starting with playing the piano. Music has always been something that I have enjoyed and as an that passion has not changed. I have always...

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CSU Saturday in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
Oct14

CSU Saturday in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Since the beginning of the CSU Vietnam program, a variety of recruitment marketing strategies have been developed and improved by the Center for International Training Cooperation (CITC), CSU’s representative in Vietnam. Saturday Coffee is an interesting initiative that has been offered since 2014 in Ho Chi Minh City (also called Saigon). This event is based on a habit of Saigon people who enjoy going out on the weekends, visiting a...

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The Flames of PTSD
Oct14

The Flames of PTSD

WRIT TEN BY: JOSHUA MCGINNIS As military firefighters, we are in more danger inside the wire than on the outside. Aircraft crashes could range from UAVs, helicopters, armed F-16s, C-5s to name a few. This includes armed weapon systems, carcinogenic hazardous materials, fire and explosive safety systems. Other hazards on base include response to indirect fire attacks and general fires that would be reported. The fire department has a...

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