20 April 2010

10th Mountain Division News Roundup

Afghan Veterans Combat Stress -- With a Game of Paintball
Article on 10th Mountain soldier, Brandon Turbeville and the efforts of the 10th Mountain to combat battlefield stress.

Blackfeet woman emerges as ROTC Leader on campus
Article on Cadet Heather Parsons, who is to be assigned to Fort Drum, and will become the first Native American to complete and graduate from the ROTC program at MSU, according to MSU ROTC.

010 Tour of the Battenkill: Ride2Recovery
Fort Drum soldier Anthony Sullivan cluthes a complimentary bottle of chocolate milk produced at the Battenkill Valley Creamery, after finishing Saturday’s rainy Ride2Recovery. Sullivan, a member of the 385th Infantry Warrior Transition Unit, had just complete the 40-mile route at Ride2Recovery, a non-competitive event held as a part of the Tour of the Battenkill Valley bicycle race to raise funds for soldiers returning from war. The Tour of the Battenkill began last weekend with a race contest by about 2,000 amateur athletes and concludes today with a 125-mile event contested by about 200 professional cyclists. The race starts at 11 a.m. in Cambridge, with viewing areas in Cambridge and Greenwich.

A Band of Brothers: A tale of soldiers in Afghanistan risking it all to save another soldier's life
Story about 10th Mountain Division soldier, Private First Class Channing Moss, who was wounded in 2007 while with 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry in Afghanistan.

JSS SUJ transferred to Iraqi Security Forces
Soldiers with 2nd Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, transferred responsibility of Joint Security Station Shawra Wa Umjidir to 8th Brigade, 2nd Iraqi Federal Police Division during a ceremony there Thursday.

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