Top Notch Brigade Soldiers in Southwest Asia training for the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge (GAFPB).
The Soldiers of HHB, Top Notch Brigade have done an incredible amount of work in the month they have been deployed. This album was created to recognize just a few of those tough Soldiers.
CPT Walter-Coin for living the SHARP values
FORT SILL, Okla. -- LTC Jeffrey Porter took command of 4th Battalion, 3rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment in May 2018 at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. The position was previously held by LTC Timothy Woodruff. Thank you to LTC Woodruff for your sound leadership, and good luck to LTC Porter. (U.S. Army Photos by 1LT Matthew Press, 31st ADA Brigade Public Affairs Office)
Special thank you to the 11th “Imperial” Brigade Public Affairs Office (PAO) for creating these posts while our PAO is tasked out and getting settled in.
Thank you for the warm (actually, extremely hot) welcome, 11th ADA BDE!
Hey, Archers. We recently started an Alumni page to help past Archers reconnect and share memories and history of the unit.
31st Air Defense Artillery Alumni
31st ADA Brigade Change of Command and Casing Ceremony (Video by SPC Imani Spencer, 31st ADA Brigade, Human Resource Office)
FORT SILL, Okla. -- Lt. Col. Timothy Woodruff appointed Capt. Ybanez to replace Capt. McEunn as Charlie Battery, 4th Battalion, 3rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment's commander. The change of command ceremony took place on May 10, 2018 in a beautiful grassy field.
FORT SILL, Okla. -- May 2018, 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade selected three Archers for honorary leadership in acknowledgement of significant contributions they made during their tenure. (U.S. Army photos by 1st. Lt. Matthew Press, 31st ADA Brigade, Public Affairs Office)
Honorary Brigade Leadership
Commander: LTG (R) Stanley E. Green
CSM: CSM (R) Garland J. Sullivan
Warrant Officer: CW4 (R) Philip Adams
In regards to this photos style, it's nice to see the photo editor taking some risks by applying a filter in post-production. The red definitely takes on a classic noir. It'd probably be a commendable photo if not for the blurry hand. 6/10 (Reviewed by 1st. Lt. Press)
Here is a delayed congratulations to recently promoted Capt. Anthony Clay. That's one less Lt. at brigade, but Captains are pretty cool too. Way to go, Archer!