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1st Class David George, from Seattle and a Blackhawk helicopter crew chief with 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 2nd Inf.
There will be upto 2,700 soldiers and 113 helicopters in the 13th Combat Aviation Brigade, which will supplement the 4th Infantry Division based at the post outside Colorado Springs.
In order to enhance war-fighting capabilities, I have asked for prioritization to receive an additional attack and reconnaissance squadron to bring to our combat aviation brigade," Gen.
This year, D Company, 6th Battalion, 10th Aviation Regiment, 101st Combat Aviation Brigade, tied the Navy's Fleet Readiness Center Southwest, Naval Base Coronado, based in San Diego, California, in the field-level medium category.
Upon graduation, Captain Traylor was assigned to 2nd Squadron/17th Cavalry, 101st Combat Aviation Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (AASLT) as the Squadron Assistant S2 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) IV.
Although the Air Force has seen a rising budget in recent years, they worry that in a zero-sum funding environment, combat aviation will be vulnerable.
Frank Muth, the commander of the Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, who is in charge of the new campus.
Armys 16th Combat Aviation Brigade at Ghazi Air Base continues to work closely with the Pakistan military to deliver much needed aid to the people in Pakistans northern Swat and Kohistan regions.