Drill Instructor Gives EPIC Speech – United States Marine Corps Recruit Training

Drill Instructor Gives EPIC Speech – United States Marine Corps Recruit Training

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These are the first words that you will hear from your senior drill instructor during boot camp. U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Jason May, a senior drill instructor, gives a speech to the new recruits on pick-up day aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, California. May spoke to the recruits about the responsibilities of the drill instructors and what was to be expected of the recruits throughout the 13 weeks of recruit training. AiirSource Military covers events and missions from the United States Armed Forces: Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Visit our channel for more military videos: http://www.youtube.com/AiirSource Like & share this video to show your support! Subscribe to stay updated: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AiirSource Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AiirSource Google+: http://www.google.com/+AiirSource Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AiirSource Credits: Sgt. John C. Lamb/RELEASED
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NCO Academy Drill and Ceremony

NCO Academy Drill and Ceremony

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  • Updated: 24 Jan 2012
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U.S. Army Europe Command Video

U.S. Army Europe Command Video

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  • Updated: 06 Apr 2017
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U.S. Army Europe is uniquely positioned in its 51 country area of responsibility to advance American strategic interests in Europe and Eurasia. The relationships we build during more than 1,000 theater security cooperation events in more than 40 countries each year lead directly to support for multinational contingency operations around the world, strengthen regional partnerships and enhance global security.
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Canadian Army Commander address to the CA Command and Staff College – Strengthening the Reserves

Canadian Army Commander address to the CA Command and Staff College – Strengthening the Reserves

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Earlier this year, the Canadian Army Commander Lieutenant-General Marquis Hainse visited the Canadian Army Command and Staff College in Kingston, Ontario to address the Unit Command Team Course for senior leaders. Over the next few weeks, we’ll feature short video excerpts from his remarks there, focusing on key points he made about the Canadian Army and our soldiers as we move forward in service to Canada and Canadians.
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AFA cadets get to scream at generals

AFA cadets get to scream at generals

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  • Updated: 26 Jun 2014
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In a dress rehearsal for the Air Force Academy's Doolie Day (in-processing for the class of 2018), a small handful of cadets get to treat senior commanders as basic cadets. In other words, they scream in their faces.
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Pacific Theater’s senior Army logistics command changes leadership

Pacific Theater’s senior Army logistics command changes leadership

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The Pacific Theater's senior Army logistics command changed leadership July 23, 2014, on Hamilton Field at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, as Maj. Gen. Stephen R. Lyons relinquished command of the 8th Theater Sustainment Command to Maj. Gen. Edward F. Dorman III during a ceremony hosted by Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, the U.S. Army Pacific commander. The 8th TSC is responsible for synchronizing logistics and supply efforts for land operations throughout the vast region, and the unit's more than 8,000 troops represent 167 different skill sets, with 35 unique capabilities, to include military police, explosive ordnance disposal, Army watercraft, dive, engineer, transportation, and sustainment operations.
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Saddam calls on military commanders to defeat US enemy

Saddam calls on military commanders to defeat US enemy

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(15 Mar 2003) 1. Wide of officers standing to attention 2. Mid shot of Iraqi president Saddam Hussein 3. Wide shot of officers 4. Iraqi general addressing Saddam SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Iraqi General (No Name Available) and Saddam Hussein, Iraqi President General: "I have an answer for Bush junior..." Saddam: "Yes, answer him." General: "I want to tell Bush that he has said that he wants to treat the Iraqi prisoners like the prisoners of war at Guantanamo, tell him this is his ethics. I say to him we will not be slaves, but for God, and we seek victory and martyrdom." 6. Wide of Saddam and officers 7. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Saddam Hussein, Iraqi President "We have no doubt that you have inherited a great history. God willing, you will save this great history that you have inherited, may God protect you and harm your enemies. God bless you." 8. UPSOUND: (Arabic) Iraqi officers: "We shall sacrifice everything for you Mr President." 9. Wide of officers ** QUALITY AS INCOMING ** 10. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Iraqi Television News Presenter: "In an attempt to protect our country and in response to the threat by any external enemy, the Revolutionary Command Council has decided to form four area of command that will report directly to our president and leader Saddam Hussein." 11. Various graphic from Iraqi News programme STORYLINE: Iraq, on Saturday, invited chief U.N. weapons inspectors Hans Blix and Mohamed ElBaradei to Baghdad to discuss outstanding disarmament issues. At the same time, President Saddam Hussein placed the country on a war-footing, dividing Iraq into four military regions under the command of his most trusted lieutenants. Saddam's son, Qusai, was placed in charge of the regime heartland of Baghdad and the president's hometown Tikrit. Saddam himself retained sole authority to use aircraft and surface-to-surface missiles against the invaders, according to the presidential decree distributed by the Iraqi News Agency. The invitation to Blix and ElBaradei came a day before U.S. President George W. Bush meets prime ministers Tony Blair of Britain and Jose Maria Aznar of Spain in an emergency summit. The leaders are meeting in the Azores to work out their next step after their bid to give Iraq an ultimatum was blocked at the U.N. Security Council. At U.N. headquarters in New York, Blix said he would study the invitation and discuss it with the council. Also on Saturday, Saddam Hussein met with his military elite in Baghdad. Several senior military commanders made rallying calls to the Iraqi president opposing any likely invasion, with Saddam occasionally interrupting and intoning "let God will it". He later told his military officials they had "inherited a great history. God willing, you will save this great history that you have inherited, may God protect you and harm your enemies". You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b58c06abcf2209bf19ab24c47c647721 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Senior military officials at senate hearing

Senior military officials at senate hearing

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SHOTLIST 1. Abizaid and Sanchez stand up and take oath before Senate Armed Services Committee 2. Cutaway of committee hearing 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez, Commander, Multinational Task Force: "We have already initiated courts martial in seven cases, and there may well be more prosecutions. The Army criminal investigative division's investigation is not final and the investigation of military intelligence procedures by Major General Faye is also ongoing. We may find that the evidence produced in these investigations not only leads to more courts martial, but causes us to revisit actions previously taken and determine whether to initiate judicial or non-judicial action in cases which may have been handled to date by adverse administrative action." 4. Cutaway of committee members 5. Wide side shot of Abizaid speaking 6. SOUNDBITE (English) General John Abizaid, CentCom Commander: "From evidence already gathered, we believe that systemic problems existed at the prison that may have contributed to events there. Other investigations are currently under way and we will consider their findings carefully once they become available. We will follow the trail of evidence wherever it leads, we will continue to correct systemic problems, we will hold people accountable, and in accordance with the uniform code of military justice, we will take appropriate action." 7. Wide side shot of committee, Byrd speaking 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Senator Robert Byrd, Democrat, West Virginia: "How can you explain the culture of abuse that was allowed to develop in a prison system under your ultimate command?" 9. SOUNDBITE (English) General John Abizaid, CentCom Commander: "I don't believe that the culture of abuse existed in my command. And I don't believe that based on what my IG (Investigator General) told me, and what the Department of the Army IG told me, I believe that we have isolated incidents that have taken place." 10. Cutaway of lawmakers 11. Cutaway of Abizaid and Sanchez STORYLINE The top military commander in Iraq told Congress on Wednesday that US personnel who had received relatively light punishment in the prisoner abuse scandal may yet face criminal charges. In testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez said the ongoing investigations into the abuse could lead to additional courts martial and also force the military to "revisit actions previously taken" with regards to individuals already punished. Sanchez said the abuse of prisoners in Iraq would be investigated thoroughly up the chain of command and he said that included himself. Seated next to Sanchez, his superior officer acknowledged the abuse of prisoners in Afghanistan, too. The commander of the US Central Command, General John Abizaid, pledged a vigilant pursuit of Abu Ghraib investigations wherever they may lead. The hearing unfolded not long after Specialist Jeremy Sivits was sentenced in Iraq to a maximum penalty of one year in prison, a reduction in rank and a bad conduct discharge for his role in the abuse at Abu Ghraib. His was the first court-martial in the wake of the scandal that has shaken the Bush administration and coincided with an erosion in public support for the war. Abizaid and Sanchez readily acknowledged that there were problems, such as overcrowding, in the prison system in Iraq. But they insisted there was neither widespread abuse or prisoners nor official countenancing of any mistreatment that did occur. Asked by Democratic Senator Robert C. Byrd how he could explain the "culture of abuse that was allowed to develop" in the prison system, Abizaid replied that he didn't believe the culture of abuse existed under his command. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/83cec6246d224648630e020388856933 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Eucom Commander Testifies at SASC Hearing

Eucom Commander Testifies at SASC Hearing

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Credit: Courtesy | Date Taken: 03/23/2017 Army Gen. Curtis M. Scaparrotti, commander of U.S. European Command and NATO's supreme allied commander for Europe, testifies before the Senate Armed Services Committee, March 23, 2017.
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Chief of Army Lieutenant General David Morrison message about unacceptable behaviour

Chief of Army Lieutenant General David Morrison message about unacceptable behaviour

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Message from the Chief of Army, Lieutenant General David Morrison, AO, to the Australian Army following the announcement on Thursday, 13 June 2013 of civilian police and Defence investigations into allegations of unacceptable behaviour by Army members.
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Entrepreneurs meet the military

Entrepreneurs meet the military

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Staff, students and alumni from King's Entrepreneurship Institute took part in an intensive 'Leadership and Resilience under Pressure' training course at the Joint Services Command and Staff College (JSCSC) in Shrivenham. Entrepreneurs and senior military staff shared learning, experiences and tips about how to be successful leaders and resilient under pressure. The JSCSC is part of the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom and King's Defence Studies Department. With thanks to the JSCSC and the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom www.da.mod.uk
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Military Commanders Testify at Senate Hearing - 3/9/17

Military Commanders Testify at Senate Hearing - 3/9/17

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Army Gen. Joseph L. Votel, commander of U.S. Central Command, and Marine Corps Gen. Thomas D. Waldhauser, commander of U.S. Africa testify at a Senate Hearing
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Pacific Theater's senior Army logistics command changes leadership

Pacific Theater's senior Army logistics command changes leadership

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  • Updated: 25 Sep 2015
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The Pacific Theater's senior Army logistics unit changed leadership. Maj. Gen. Stephen R. Lyons relinquished command of the 8th Theater Sustainment Command to Maj. Gen. Edward F. Dorman III during the ceremony hosted by Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, the U.S. Army Pacific commander. Available in high definition.
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Senator Lee discusses European military spending with senior military officials

Senator Lee discusses European military spending with senior military officials

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Today in the Senate Armed Services Committee, Senator Lee discussed European military spending priorities with General Philip Breedlove, the Commander of United States European Command. The United States today continues to carry a disproportionate share of all NATO military spending, and President Obama is seeking to quadruple the amount of funding that our military is spending to assist European countries in defending against Russia. While Senator Lee believes it is important to deter Russia’s aggressive behavior from threatening our security interests, our European allies must move quickly to prioritize their own defenses over expensive domestic social programs, and the United States should make it clear that we will not continue to provide protection while they only focus on their own domestic concerns.
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FY-16 Command Senior and Master Chief Selection Board Results Released (HL 19)

FY-16 Command Senior and Master Chief Selection Board Results Released (HL 19)

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U.S. Army Forces Command Change of Command - Aug. 10, 2015

U.S. Army Forces Command Change of Command - Aug. 10, 2015

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Gen. Robert B. Abrams takes charge of FORSCOM as Gen. Mark A. Milley departs to become 39th Army Chief of Staff. FORT BRAGG, N.C. -- Gen. Robert B. Abrams took charge of the Army's largest command, Aug. 10, Monday, as his predecessor, Gen. Mark A. Milley, relinquished the U.S. Army Forces Command colors and departed for duty in Washington, D.C., to become the 39th chief of staff of the Army. By accepting the colors bearing the distinctive blue, white and red disk that makes up the U.S. Army Forces Command insignia, Abrams became the 22nd commanding general of FORSCOM. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond T. Odierno noted that Abrams is the fifth commanding general to lead FORSCOM since he's been the Army's chief of staff, "but the good news is they all seem to go on to bigger and better things." "Mark, you're an incredibly gifted officer … you have the complete confidence of our leadership and I know that many challenges await you in the Pentagon that will require patience, candor, team building, and a thorough knowledge of the joint and organizational environment, the multi-national world that we live in today. Those challenges will require strong, but balanced leadership of character. So I'm incredibly confident of everything I've seen of Mark Milley over the last 20 years that we have the right man for the job," Odierno said. Abrams' most recent assignment was as the senior military assistant to the Secretary of Defense. "I have complete confidence in Abe (Abrams) that he's going to run with this command and take it to new heights, and in doing so, he's going to prepare our Army for probably one of the most difficult missions we have, which is the unknown, the unpredictable," said Odierno. He's going to help us to continue to develop our most important asset, which is our leaders -- our noncommissioned officers and officers, who will carry this Army forward as we go." FORSCOM, which prepares conventional forces to provide a sustained flow of trained and ready land power to combatant commanders in defense of the nation at home and abroad, has direct authority over most continental United States-based conventional units of the active Army, and training and readiness oversight of much of the Army Reserve and Army National Guard. In his remarks, Abrams said that he was excited to be in the U.S. Army Forces Command formation. "FORSCOM's record over the last 14 years have been of meeting requirements, [and has] been nothing short of heroic and frequently awe-inspiring. Readiness is and remains our number one priority. Everything we do supports building and sustain readiness." "FORSCOM is by design a 'Total Force' command -- Army National Guard, U.S. Army Reserve, and the Active Component. We are one Army, one Army, working together -- shoulder to shoulder to build and sustain highly trained and disciplined Soldiers and formations in accordance with Army standards -- we are expert in our warfighting skills -- ready to deploy and win in ground combat against any enemy. As the FORSCOM commanding general, Abrams leads FORSCOM's subordinate units, located across the continental United States, which include five headquarters led by lieutenant generals -- U.S. Army Reserve Command, 1st Army, I Corps, III Corps and XVIII Airborne Corps, and nine division headquarters, led by major generals. Video produced by Fort Bragg Visual Information in conjunction with Fort Bragg Garrison Public Affairs and the 10th Press Camp Headquarters. http://www.army.mil/article/153582/Abrams_takes_charge_of_FORSCOM_as_Milley_departs_to_become_39th_Army_Chief_of_Staff/
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