1-10 Attack Reconnaissance Battalion

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As the holidays come to a close, we would like to thank everyone back home for the support. TF Dragon received a ton of ...
01/06/2020

As the holidays come to a close, we would like to thank everyone back home for the support. TF Dragon received a ton of care packages overflowing with goodies for everyone to share. Each soldier received their own personalized stocking to pack full of their favorite snacks. The unbelievable amount of love and care that has been sent our way has given each soldier a little piece of home!

Happy Holidays from Task Force Dragon!
12/26/2019

Happy Holidays from Task Force Dragon!

Twas the night before Christmas...... Sharing some good stories with the Dragon family on another perfect night
12/24/2019

Twas the night before Christmas...... Sharing some good stories with the Dragon family on another perfect night

It’s Holiday season here in Afghanistan and morale couldn’t be higher! Since December started, the AO has gotten more an...
12/16/2019

It’s Holiday season here in Afghanistan and morale couldn’t be higher! Since December started, the AO has gotten more and more festive. The support from the Dragon Family is strong on both sides, everyone has really bonded together to make this time a very special one.

Happy Holidays and Happy New year from everyone at Task Force Dragon!

Aerial gunnery is underway here at Fort Bliss! Crews conducted team live fires yesterday, which tested their ability to ...
05/17/2019

Aerial gunnery is underway here at Fort Bliss!

Crews conducted team live fires yesterday, which tested their ability to maneuver and mass fires as a flight of multiple helicopters. With JTAC support, the scenarios were fluid and built to be as realistic as possible. After completion, the teams were then evaluated on their performance.

Attack!

10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division

Dragon Family, here is a list of resources and programs for Service Members who may be experiencing specific stressors. ...
05/14/2019

Dragon Family, here is a list of resources and programs for Service Members who may be experiencing specific stressors. The list is divided up based on the top six precipitants for suicidal thinking and suicide attempts (i.e. relationship stressor, previous suicide attempt, substance problem, occupational problem, disciplinary problems, and financial stress). The list was compiled as a mitigation tool for Service Members to be aware of, and seek out, their own services; and for leaders to be aware of available on-post services for reference should they encounter a Soldier who is experiencing one of the stressors listed. Thank you to the 10th Combat Aviation Brigade Behavioral Health Team for compiling this list.

Task Force Dragon is on ground at Fort Bliss and getting after our High Altitude and Degraded Visual Environment trainin...
05/13/2019

Task Force Dragon is on ground at Fort Bliss and getting after our High Altitude and Degraded Visual Environment training.

With 12 AHs and a plethora of CH and UH assets, our task force has been flying around the clock in support of a variety of mission sets.

Next on the agenda...Aerial Gunnery! Attack!10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division

That’s a wrap for Charlie Company’s HAMETS training at Fort Bliss!Our pilots have spent the past few weeks in the mounta...
04/26/2019

That’s a wrap for Charlie Company’s HAMETS training at Fort Bliss!

Our pilots have spent the past few weeks in the mountains of El Paso, learning the techniques for flying in a high density altitude, power limited, and mountainous environment.

As they head back to Fort Drum for some well earned recovery, Alpha and Bravo Companies are preparing for their own HAMETS rotation next month. Attack! 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division 10th Mountain Division

04/25/2019

Attack! 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division

As Charlie Company “Cobras” settles in at Fort Bliss for high altitude training, our maintenance teams have been working...
04/20/2019

As Charlie Company “Cobras” settles in at Fort Bliss for high altitude training, our maintenance teams have been working around the clock to keep these birds in the fight and ready for any mission requirements. Attack! 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division 10th Mountain Division

No better way to spend a Tuesday than at the Range!
02/06/2019

No better way to spend a Tuesday than at the Range!

02/06/2019

HHC added a whole new meaning to the word snowblower today, as they tested their proficiency at the Hand Grenade Range! 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
02/01/2019

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Due to inclement weather on Friday February 1, 2019, the Garrison Commander has issued a DO NOT REPORT ORDER. Unless notified otherwise by their chain of command/supervisor, Fort Drum non-emergency/non-essential uniformed military personnel and civilians will not report to duty/work. Emergency and Mission Essential personnel WILL report unless notified otherwise by their chain of command/supervisor.

The Fort Drum Welcome Center remains open for new arrivals (Soldiers). All other agencies in Clark Hall are closed and all previously scheduled activities and appointments must be rescheduled.

Child and Youth Services (Child Development Centers, School Age Center) are CLOSED.

The Guthrie Ambulatory Healthcare Clinic, all troop clinics, OB/GYN Clinic at Samaritan, and all dental clinics are CLOSED.

We urge all members of the Fort Drum community to exercise caution when traveling and practice good winter-weather safety. All Government Vehicles follow Road Condition Guidance identified in Appendix C (Road Condition Reference Chart) of Fort Drum Regulation 525-27.

We encourage members of the Fort Drum community to monitor local news media for weather conditions and stay abreast of Fort Drum's status by using one or more of the following methods: The Fort Drum Information Hot-Line 315 772-DRUM (3786). The Fort Drum website at: www.home.army.mil/drum and Fort Drum’s page: www.facebook.com/drum.10thmountain. Winter weather safety tips from the Federal Emergency Management Agency can be found here: www.ready.gov/winter-weather. Monitor local driving conditions at https://511ny.org.

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
02/01/2019

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Due to inclement weather on Friday February 1, 2019), the Garrison Commander has issued a DELAYED REPORTING ORDER. Unless notified by their chain of command (CoC), non-emergency/non-essential MILITARY personnel will report at 1 p.m. Emergency/mission-essential personnel WILL report as scheduled unless notified otherwise by their CoC.

Non-emergency/non-mission-essential DA CIVILIAN personnel will report to duty/work on a four (4) hour delay with a report no later time than 10:00 am. Normal support services will start at 10 a.m. (e.g., gyms, ACS). Emergency/mission-essential personnel WILL report as scheduled unless notified by their CoC/supervisor.

Child and Youth Services (Child Development Centers, School Age Center) open at 9 a.m.

The Guthrie Clinic, OB/GYN Clinic at Samaritan, and all troop and dental clinics open at 10 a.m. All patients with appointments before 10 a.m. should reschedule their appointments.

Fort Drum Welcome Center: All in-processing Soldiers with appointments TODAY in Clark Hall must report to Clark Hall at 1 p.m. and can contact their respective Platoon Sergeant for additional information.

All other Clark Hall agencies are closed until 10 a.m.; any activities/appointments scheduled before 10 a.m. must be rescheduled.

We urge all members of the Fort Drum community to exercise caution when traveling and practice good winter-weather safety. All government vehicles follow Road Condition Guidance identified in Appendix C of Fort Drum Reg 525-27.

We encourage members of the Fort Drum community to monitor local news media for weather conditions and monitor Fort Drum's status by using one or more of the following methods: The Fort Drum Information Hotline 315-772-DRUM (3786); Fort Drum website at www.home.army.mil/drum, and Fort Drum’s page at www.facebook.com/drum.10thmountain. FEMA winter weather safety tips can be found at www.ready.gov/winter-weather. Monitor local driving conditions at https://511ny.org.

02/01/2019

Beat Navy!!! While everyone is weathering the blizzard, here's a little #throwbackthursday recap of the Dragons' Flyover for the Army/Navy Game. 10th Mountain Division 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division

U.S. Army video by 1LT Tyler Tingstrom

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
01/31/2019

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Due to inclement weather on Thursday 31 January 2019 the Garrison Commander has issued a DO NOT REPORT ORDER. Unless notified otherwise by their chain of command/supervisor, Fort Drum non-emergency/non-essential uniformed military personnel and civilians will not report to duty/work. Emergency and Mission Essential personnel WILL report unless notified otherwise by their chain of command/supervisor.

The Fort Drum Welcome Center remains open for new arrivals (Soldiers). All other agencies in Clark Hall are closed and all previously scheduled activities and appointments must be rescheduled.

Child and Youth Services (Child Development Centers, School Age Center) are CLOSED.

The Guthrie Ambulatory Healthcare Clinic, all troop clinics, OB/GYN Clinic at Samaritan, and all dental clinics are CLOSED.

We urge all members of the Fort Drum community to exercise caution when traveling and practice good winter-weather safety. All Government Vehicles follow Road Condition Guidance identified in Appendix C (Road Condition Reference Chart) of Fort Drum Regulation 525-27.

We encourage members of the Fort Drum community to monitor local news media for weather conditions and stay abreast of Fort Drum's status by using one or more of the following methods: The Fort Drum Information Hot-Line 315 772-DRUM (3786). The Fort Drum website at: www.home.army.mil/drum and Fort Drum’s page: www.facebook.com/drum.10thmountain. Winter weather safety tips from the Federal Emergency Management Agency can be found here: www.ready.gov/winter-weather. Monitor local driving conditions at https://511ny.org.

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
01/31/2019

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Due to inclement weather on Thursday 31 January, 2019, the Garrison Commander has issued a DELAYED REPORTING ORDER. Unless notified by their chain of command (CoC), non-emergency/non-essential MILITARY personnel will report at 1 p.m. Emergency/mission-essential personnel WILL report as scheduled unless notified otherwise by their CoC.

Non-emergency/non-mission-essential DA CIVILIAN personnel will report will report to duty/work on a four (4) hour delay with a report no later time than 10:00 am. Normal support services will start at 10 a.m. (e.g., gyms, ACS). Emergency/mission-essential personnel WILL report as scheduled unless notified by their CoC/supervisor.

Child and Youth Services (Child Development Centers, School Age Center) open at 9 a.m.

The Guthrie Clinic, OB/GYN Clinic at Samaritan, and all troop and dental clinics open at 10 a.m. All patients with appointments before 10 a.m. should reschedule their appointments.

Fort Drum Welcome Center: All in-processing Soldiers with appointments TODAY in Clark Hall must report to Clark Hall at 1 p.m. and can contact their respective Platoon Sergeant for additional information.

All other Clark Hall agencies are closed until 10 a.m.; any activities/appointments scheduled before 10 a.m. must be rescheduled.

We urge all members of the Fort Drum community to exercise caution when traveling and practice good winter-weather safety. All government vehicles follow Road Condition Guidance identified in Appendix C of Fort Drum Reg 525-27.

We encourage members of the Fort Drum community to monitor local news media for weather conditions and monitor Fort Drum's status by using one or more of the following methods: The Fort Drum Information Hotline 315-772-DRUM (3786); Fort Drum website at www.home.army.mil/drum, and Fort Drum’s page at www.facebook.com/drum.10thmountain. FEMA winter weather safety tips can be found at www.ready.gov/winter-weather. Monitor local driving conditions at https://511ny.org.

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
01/30/2019

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Due to inclement weather on Wednesday January 30, the Garrison Commander has issued a DELAYED REPORTING ORDER. Unless notified otherwise by their chain of command, non-emergency/non-essential uniformed MILITARY personnel will report at 1:00 pm. Emergency and Mission Essential personnel WILL report as scheduled unless notified otherwise by their chain of command/supervisor.
Non-emergency/non-mission essential Department of the Army CIVILIAN personnel will report to duty/work on a four (4) hour delay with a report no later time than 10:00 am. Support services normally provided will also be delayed four (4) hours (i.e., gym, Army Community Service). Emergency and Mission Essential personnel WILL report as scheduled unless notified otherwise by their chain of command/supervisor.
Child and Youth Services (Child Development Centers, School Age Center) will open at 9:00 am.
The Guthrie Ambulatory Healthcare Clinic, all troop clinics, OB/GYN Clinic at Samaritan, and all dental clinics will open at 10:00 am.
All patients who had appointments before 10:00 am. should reschedule their appointments with their providers.
Fort Drum Welcome Center – all inprocessing Soldiers with appointments in Clark Hall TODAY must report to Clark Hall at 1:00 pm. Inprocessing Soldiers can contact their respective Inprocessing Platoon Sergeant for additional information.
All other agencies in Clark Hall are closed until 10:00 am and any activities and appointments scheduled prior to 10:00 am must be rescheduled.
We urge all members of the Fort Drum community to exercise caution when traveling and practice good winter-weather safety. All Government Vehicles follow Road Condition Guidance identified in Appendix C (Road Condition Reference Chart) of Fort Drum Regulation 525-27.
We encourage members of the Fort Drum community to monitor local news media for weather conditions and stay abreast of Fort Drum's status by using one or more of the following methods: The Fort Drum Information Hot-Line 315-772-DRUM (3786); Option #1 (Delay/Closure Information) and Option #2 (Current Road Conditions). The Fort Drum website at: www.home.army.mil/drum and Fort Drum’s page: www.facebook.com/drum.10thmountain. Winter weather safety tips from the Federal Emergency Management Agency can be found here: www.ready.gov/winter-weather. Monitor local driving conditions at https://511ny.org.

Safe travels and happy holidays to all the Dragons and their families! 1-10 capped off the year with an award and promot...
12/21/2018

Safe travels and happy holidays to all the Dragons and their families! 1-10 capped off the year with an award and promotion ceremony, recognizing the hard work and achievements of many of our Soldiers. Attack!

12/12/2018
Today our Soldiers enjoyed the Single Soldier Holiday Lunch, which included an impressive spread of home cooked chilis a...
12/12/2018

Today our Soldiers enjoyed the Single Soldier Holiday Lunch, which included an impressive spread of home cooked chilis and desserts! It was extremely difficult to vote for the best chili, but as Knight 6 explained, it's really all about the sour cream. Attack!

Beat Navy!!! The Dragons had an action packed weekend in Philly, flying over the set of College GameDay and the Army/Nav...
12/11/2018

Beat Navy!!!

The Dragons had an action packed weekend in Philly, flying over the set of College GameDay and the Army/Navy Game! Pilots and crew chiefs met Coach Corso and the rest of the College Gameday crew, watched the game from the Army sideline, and then flew a victory lap over West Point after Army's big win! Congrats to Army on the 3peat and stay tuned for more photos and video from this incredible weekend. 10th Mountain Division 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division

As 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division continues to get after Mountain Peak, the Dragons remain postured to ...
12/02/2018

As 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division continues to get after Mountain Peak, the Dragons remain postured to support our teammates from the air. This week, the Battalion planned, rehearsed, and executed a continuous deep attack, utilizing the firepower of all three line Companies. Attack! 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division

11/29/2018
10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division

Dragon 1 representing our Indigenous Armed Service Members! #Dragons #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth #FlyToGlory #ClimbToGlory

As November comes to a close, so does #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth. Let's take a moment to recognize the contribution and history of our Native brothers and sisters with Cpt. Buford Willie, the human resources officer for 1-10 Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, who discusses his Navajo heritage and the importance of honoring Native American history and culture.

#FlyToGlory! #ClimbToGlory!

10th Mountain Division XVIII Airborne Corps U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM)

Happy Thanksgiving to all the Dragons and their families! 1-10 started the holiday celebration early this week with the ...
11/22/2018

Happy Thanksgiving to all the Dragons and their families! 1-10 started the holiday celebration early this week with the 2nd Annual Dragon Turkey Bowl. In addition to the always competetive Ultimate Football Tournament, the day included an electric guitar National Anthem performance by CW3 Alicie, an Apache Flyover, and a Company Tailgate Competition. Attack! #Thanksgiving #TurkeyBowl 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division

Happy Thanksgiving to all the Dragons and their families! 1-10 started the holiday celebration early this week with the 2nd Annual Dragon Turkey Bowl. In addition to the always competetive Ultimate Football Tournament, the day included an electric guitar National Anthem performance by CW3 Alicie, an Apache Flyover, and a Company Tailgate Competition. Attack! #Thanksgiving #TurkeyBowl 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division

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Shout out to D Co 1SG Johnson for taking great care of his soldiers.
After 19 years of working on the Apache today I got chance to fly in the big rig! Thank you to everyone that put this morale flight together. It was an awesome time and I loved every minute of it! I couldn't have asked for a better retirement gift and I can't say thank you enough to everybody that was involved. #1-10 ARB#dragons #bestunitintheArmy
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Thanks for the coin, guys! It's awesome!
Another piece of Dragon Pride from the BN's time at Taji is gracing the walls in Battalion!