Ten mile march with full gear? No problem.
Night infiltration course? Bring it on.
Scaling a 34-foot obstacle? Watch how I do it. You can do it too.
Chaplain Dustin Rodriguez, a basic training brigade chaplain at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., says his favorite place to be is in the field with the troops. Having served two deployments in Afghanistan, he is well ...more
Congratulations to Chaplain Mark Worrell on his graduation from the U.S. Army Airborne School in Fort Benning, Ga. Mark said, “That big step was up 6 inches and out 36 inches to step out of an airplane in flight. Our mantra of ‘I want to glorify God more than I want to breathe’ took on a lot more meaning.
"After a ...more
GARBC Chaplain Whit Woodard has been awarded the G. William Dando Volunteer Service award from the Military Chaplains Association in an annual presentation to honor chaplains with exemplary volunteer service.
“Retired? I don’t know how to spell the word,” Chaplain Woodard said when visiting the GARBC Ministry Center in May. “I’ll be 75 on Pearl Harbor Day.”
Chaplain Woodard has been active ...more