3rd Battalion, 362nd Infantry Regiment

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#breakthestigma
10/09/2020

#breakthestigma

Today we farewell SFC Oliveras and SFC Smith. Good luck and Godspeed in your future endeavors. #stallions #finestinthefi...
10/02/2020

Today we farewell SFC Oliveras and SFC Smith. Good luck and Godspeed in your future endeavors. #stallions #finestinthefifth

Congratulations to SSG Chirstian Cummings the winner of the Enlisted of the Quarter Competition! Task Force Stallion's t...
09/30/2020

Congratulations to SSG Chirstian Cummings the winner of the Enlisted of the Quarter Competition! Task Force Stallion's thrid straight winner.

#finestinthefifth
#stallions

Congratulations to SSG Woods and SFC Solis, for winning the 2nd and 3rd quarter NCO of the quarter competition. Here is ...
09/04/2020

Congratulations to SSG Woods and SFC Solis, for winning the 2nd and 3rd quarter NCO of the quarter competition. Here is Dagger 6 and 7 presenting the awards for winning the competition. #finestinthefifth #stallions

Congratulations to SSG Cummings on his re-enlisment. #finestinthefifth #stallions
09/03/2020

Congratulations to SSG Cummings on his re-enlisment. #finestinthefifth #stallions

#finestinthefifth
08/27/2020

#finestinthefifth

#WomensEqualityDay: Women are a valuable part of our #ArmyTeam.

Today we celebrate the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the #USConstitution, granting women the right to vote by prohibiting states and the federal government from denying the citizens the right based on their gender.

#IAmFORSCOM #suffrage100

3rd Battalion, 362nd Infantry Regiment's cover photo
07/01/2020

3rd Battalion, 362nd Infantry Regiment's cover photo

Change of Command ceremony for Task Force Stallion. We farewell LTC Williams and welcome LTC McCormack as the Battalion ...
07/01/2020

Change of Command ceremony for Task Force Stallion. We farewell LTC Williams and welcome LTC McCormack as the Battalion Commander.

07/01/2020
Please come join us via live stream on July 1st as LTC Williams will relinquish command to LTC McCormack.
06/24/2020

Please come join us via live stream on July 1st as LTC Williams will relinquish command to LTC McCormack.

06/14/2020
5th Armored Brigade

5th Armored Brigade

For 245 years, the U.S. Army has stood together with America to help save lives and protect our people and our nation. We are proud to be a part of that heritage with our The National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve
partners. #ArmyBDay

06/13/2020
1st Armored Division

1st Armored Division

FAQ about Fort Bliss, Texas Quarantine Procedures (effective June 11, 2020)

Q1: Do family members visiting Fort Bliss require a 14-day quarantine upon arrival?

A1: No. Family members visiting from the contiguous 48 states, Alaska, Hawaii, or US territories do not require a quarantine; however, non-DOD ID card holders must have a sponsor escort them to the Chaffee Gate Visitors Center to receive a visitors pass for access to Fort Bliss.

Q2: If my spouse or dependents travel outside the local leave area does the service member require a 14-day quarantine when they return?

A2: No. Service members are not required to quarantine if their immediate household members travel within the contiguous 48 states, Alaska, Hawaii, or US territories.

Q3: Who still requires quarantine on FBTX?

A3: Only personnel who have traveled to, through, or from an OCONUS location (excluding Hawaii, Alaska, or a US territory) by any conveyance must complete a 14-day travel based quarantine immediately upon arrival to Fort Bliss. Soldiers redeploying from OCONUS, US Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers conducting mobilization or demobilization operations, and those deploying through the CONUS Replacement Center (CRC) require quarantine.

Q4: Do deploying units have to complete quarantine prior to their departure?

A4: Yes. All deploying personnel are directed to conduct quarantine prior to deployment. Personnel assigned to Fort Bliss quarantine in their barracks or private residence.

Q5: Do I require a quarantine if I am exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19?

A5: Yes. As directed by Army Public Health Nursing (APHN), personnel exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 must still complete a 14-day quarantine. Additionally, Commanders at echelon are authorized to direct quarters as a preventative measure.

Q6: Do I have to complete quarantine if I conduct a PCS to Fort Bliss?

A6: It depends. Soldiers who are conducting a PCS to Fort Bliss from the contiguous 48 states, Alaska, Hawaii, or a US territory are not required to quarantine. However, Soldiers conducting a PCS from a foreign country require a 14-day quarantine that may be conducted in the barracks or private residence.

1st Armored Division Sustainment Brigade 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Armored Division, Fort Bliss 1st Brigade, 1st Armored Division 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division

U.S. Army Center of Military History
06/06/2020

U.S. Army Center of Military History

6 JUNE 1944 or D-DAY - NORMANDY INVASION - #WWII #Armyhistory U.S. Army #DDay

Operation OVERLORD, the Invasion of Normandy, opened the "second front" in western Europe with the D-Day landings in Operation NEPTUNE. Despite unfavorable weather forecasts, General Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Forces, decided to attack on 6 June 1944.

At 0200 that morning the British 6th and U.S. 82d and 101st Airborne Divisions were dropped behind German lines to secure egress routes from the invasion beaches for the seaborne forces. After an intense air and naval bombardment, the amphibious assault waves began landing from more than 5,000 ships and 4,000 smaller ship-to-shore craft at 0630. British and Canadian forces landed on the left flank at GOLD, SWORD and JUNO Beaches, with American forces landing at OMAHA and UTAH Beaches on the right.

The U.S. 4th Infantry Division on UTAH Beach had comparatively easy going, but the 1st and 29th Infantry Divisions met determined opposition at the water's edge at OMAHA Beach. The situation on OMAHA was in doubt for several hours and there was some discussion about withdrawing from the beachhead, but the assaulting forces nevertheless began making progress inland. By nightfall of the first day, large contingents of three British, one Canadian, and three American infantry divisions and their supporting units, plus one British and two U.S. airborne divisions, had a firm foothold on Hitler's "Fortress Europe."

ALSO SEE:

https://www.army.mil/d-day/index.html

https://history.army.mil/html/books/072/72-18/index.html

https://history.army.mil/html/books/007/7-4-1/index.html

https://history.army.mil/catalog/pubs/70/posters/70-53.html

https://history.army.mil/catalog/pubs/70/posters/70-53.html

https://history.army.mil/html/reference/Normandy/normandy.html

https://history.army.mil/armyhistory/AH30newOCR.pdf

https://history.army.mil/armyhistory/AH40newOCR.pdf

05/25/2020
5th Armored Brigade

5th Armored Brigade

Our First Army Chaplain offers his thoughts on Memorial Day.

Take some time on this Memorial Day to remember and honor those brothers and sisters in arms that have paid the ultimate price.

Sharpen the Edge!

05/24/2020
5th Armored Brigade

5th Armored Brigade

First Army remembers Memorial Day by highlighting a World War II-era Soldier from the Quad Cities who was killed in action during the last days of the war. It is narrated by First Army's Commanding General, Lt. Gen. Thomas James Jr., and filmed in the Rock Island Cemetery located on Rock Island, Illinois.

Challenge Coin Presentation
05/16/2020
Challenge Coin Presentation

Challenge Coin Presentation

Col. Martin Schmidt, commander of 5th Armored Brigade, First Army Division West, presents Dagger Soldiers with Challenge Coins to recognize their exemplary service at Fort Bliss, Texas, May 12, 2020.

First Army and partnered units drive on with training through pandemic and quarantine
05/16/2020
First Army and partnered units drive on with training through pandemic and quarantine

First Army and partnered units drive on with training through pandemic and quarantine

The threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, also known as Coronavirus, changed many ways First Army Soldiers conducted their mission of training and preparing National Guard and Army Reserve units for mobilization, deployment, and demobilization. But it never stopped the mission itself. Throughout First Ar...

5th Armored Brigade
05/15/2020

5th Armored Brigade

Dagger brigade is dedicated to providing tough, relevant training for our National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve partners. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we're working within the constraints of safety guidelines to continue to build Total Force readiness.

Observer Coach/ Trainers wear masks while training units, and only lower them to project their voice after maintaining a minimum distance of 6 feet from the training unit.

Sharpen the Edge!

05/06/2020
U.S. Army

U.S. Army

Treat people as they should be treated.

#Respect is what allows us to appreciate the best in other people. Respect is trusting that all people have done their jobs and fulfilled their #Duty.

Learn more about the #ArmyValues at https://go.usa.gov/xvVTt

#MotivationMonday #InThisTogether

🎥 by Spc. Daymeon Evans

05/06/2020
5th Armored Brigade

5th Armored Brigade

Maj. Troy Blan, 5th Armored Brigade Chaplain, says that people have an opportunity to grow stronger relationships during the COVID-19 pandemic through resilience.

05/06/2020
5th Armored Brigade

5th Armored Brigade

Capt. William Harp, a Master Resilience Trainer assigned to 2-340 TSBN, 5th Armored Brigade explains that people are likely using concepts like ATC from the Army's MRT Program while staying home during COVID-19.

5th Armored Brigade
05/06/2020

5th Armored Brigade

Today, Lt. Gen. Thomas James, First Army Commander, visited the Daggers at Fort Bliss, Texas to see how the Mobilization Force Generation Installation continues training during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

During his visit, Lt. Gen. James took time to recognize several Dagger Soldiers for their excellent service, and to knight Col. Martin Schmidt into the Order of Saint George.

Sharpen the Edge!

Another day in the office for TF Stallion
02/10/2020

Another day in the office for TF Stallion

TF Stallion teaching sling load operations with our partnered unit 112 CAV.
02/08/2020

TF Stallion teaching sling load operations with our partnered unit 112 CAV.

3rd Battalion, 362nd Infantry Regiment
10/10/2019

3rd Battalion, 362nd Infantry Regiment

3rd Battalion, 362nd Infantry Regiment's cover photo
10/10/2019

3rd Battalion, 362nd Infantry Regiment's cover photo

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