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  2. Army News Service. Army leaders: Early integration crucial for planning joint exercises in the Indo-Pacific ... People First Task Force building more cohesive teams. READ MORE. December 13, 2021 ...

  3. Self-service users can access IPPS-A at https://ippsa.csd.disa.mil/. If you are having issues connecting to IPPS-A, contact the RCC-NG Army Enterprise Service Desk (AESD) at NGB-helpdesk@mail.mil or (844) 722-2373. IPPS-A Release 3: Currently, all component Soldiers can access Release 3 training through the Release 2 environment.

  4. Instructs skills at service schools, U.S. Army combat training centers and is often a staff officer at the battalion level (300-1,000 Soldiers). ... 3 teams. Typically led by a staff sergeant ...

  5. Active Duty Officers: Commissioned officers will attend IPAP in their current officer grade held and ‘detailed’ into the SP Corps. Upon successful completion of Phase 2 training, an eligible graduate are tendered a RA or USAR appointment as a commissioned officer in the SP Corps, with their rank determined by their individual constructive service credit calculated IAW DODI 6000.13 ...

  6. WASHINGTON – U.S. Army senior leaders announced today that the rollout of the Integrated Personnel Pay System-Army Release 3 will be moved from December 2021 to September 2022. IPPS-A is the Army’s No. 1 human resources modernization effort, and is currently undergoing vigorous testing prior to deployment.

  7. Caesar 155mm Artillery System - Army Technology

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    The Caesar truck-mounted artillery system is a 155mm 52-calibre self-propelled gun developed by Nexter Systems (formerly Giat), based in Versailles, in cooperation with Lohr Industrie of Hangenbieten, France. Initial five systems were ordered by the French Army and were delivered in June 2003 for technical and operational evaluation. In December 2004, Giat was awarded a …

  8. British Army - Wikipedia

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    The British Army is the principal land warfare force of the United Kingdom, a part of the British Armed Forces along with the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force.As of 2022, the British Army comprises 80,976 regular full-time personnel, 3,949 Gurkhas, and 52,600 reserve personnel (29,401 in the volunteer Army Reserve and 23,199 former regulars in the Regular Reserve).

  9. Who We Are | The British Army

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    The Army is distinct from the RAF and Royal Navy in that our tasks are always delivered directly by soldiers through human interaction. They are our greatest asset. We are an inspirational employer who embraces diversity, inclusivity and contributes to society in everything we do.

  10. The Army and Diversity - U.S. Army Center of Military History

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    The service, however, did not follow that course of action and instead, in June 1974, issued Change 4 to Army Regulation 600-20, Army Command Policy and Procedures, 28 April 1971. This change provided procedures for granting a religious accommodation waiver to Army uniform and appearance standards for Sikhs wishing to enter the Army and for ...

  11. Army Transition Assistance Program (TAP) :: Fort Gordon

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    Army Transition Assistance Program's mission is to provide pre-separation counseling, transition and employment assistance services to Active Duty, Guard, and Reserve Soldiers and Airmen, Department of Defense civilians who are considering or preparing to depart the military and all work age family members of each of the above groups.