14 November 2010

10th Mountain Division News Roundup

AAFES rewards those who ‘made the grade’
Military children, especially those with deployed parents, face unique stresses that often result in higher rates of school absenteeism and failure, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Keeping these challenges in mind, the Army and Air Force Exchange Service established an educational rewards program that continues to receive high marks from students and parents alike.

Now in its 10th year, the “You Made the Grade” program recognizes Fort Polk students who achieve a “B” average or better with a benefits-filled booklet. Exclusive offers include a free Burger King kids meal, video rental and $2 off any new release DVD at the Power Zone and more.

News: Enabling Intelligence Collection Success in Northern Afghanistan
The Operational Management Team of the 10th Mountain Division's 1st Brigade Special Troops Battalion provides support and oversight to Intelligence Collection Teams operating in Northern Afghanistan - consistently operating behind the scenes to provide team leaders the resources needed to complete their missions.

Special Film Screening For Redding Soldier
A Redding soldier returns home for a military salute and special film screening. Army Sergeant Tad Donoho was one of the soldiers featured in the award-winning documentary "Restrepo".

Drum spouses relax at craft fair

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