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12B • SEPTEMBER 30, 2010 • FORT BLISS MONITOR
USASMA is briefed on nutrition during ‘Eat Right to Fight’
SPC. SAMUEL J. PHILLIPS nutrients from food. When you are taking
NCO Journal supplements, it is hard to regulate how
The Army Physical Fitness Research much of each nutrient you are ingesting,
Institute, an education and research pro- which can lead to serious health issues
gram based out of the U.S. Army War and even death.”
College, warns members of the United In the end, ensuring everyone is edu-
States Army Sergeants Major Academy cated on nutrition, including knowing
about the dangers of improper nutrition, proper diet practices and avoiding myths
fad diets and the use of supplements dur- and fads, not only ensures they will live
ing a brief in the East Auditorium Sept. healthier, happier lives, but also ensures
22. they will be able to enjoy life longer,
The hour-long briefing, titled “Eat Eiland said.
Right to Fight,” covered an array of nutri- “Eat Right to Fight” is just one of
tional topics such as the current Army many briefings given throughout the year
body fat standards, causes of weight gain, at USASMA designed to promote healthy
fad diets and the use of supplements. living.
“We want to ensure everyone at the The U.S. Army Sergeants Major
academy has the tools and knowledge to SPC. SAMUEL J. PHILLIPS / NCO Journal
Academy’s mission is to develop agile
make healthy decisions,” said Jennifer Jennifer Eiland, a registered dietitian with Army Physical Fitness Research Institute, and adaptive noncommissioned officers
Eiland, a registered dietitian with APFRI. warns students, staff and faculty of the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy and enlisted Soldiers through profession-
Throughout the brief, students, staff about the dangers of improper nutrition, fad diets and the use of supplements during a al military educational opportunities that
and faculty of USASMA learned success- brief in the East Auditorium Sept. 22. meet the challenges of full-spectrum
ful weight management takes a lot more operations in an era of persistent conflict.
effort than many of them had thought. went to see Miss Eiland for advice.” said. “I mean, some of the things people Located at Fort Bliss, the academy
“A lot of people are surprised to find Darby said he has since gone to every try to do to lose weight are just plain provides courses that have an Armywide
out they are actually fighting nature,” briefing APFRI offers at the academy. ridiculous.” focus; every NCO in the Army is educat-
Eiland said “In the past food was not as “I always go to the briefings, even if it Eiland said they are more than just ed by USASMA or its products. It is
plentiful. Our bodies naturally go is one I have already been to,” Darby ridiculous; they can be downright dan- home to the Sergeants Major Course, the
through a feast-famine cycle, only today, said. “You never know when new infor- gerous. Battle Staff NCO Course, Advanced
the famine never comes, and our bodies mation will come out or you might learn “Fad diets frequently lack important Leader Course Common Core instruction
just keep storing what it doesn’t need as something you didn’t catch the first nutrients the body requires,” Eiland said. and Structured Self-Development. With
fat.” time.” “Also, any weight lost while on the diet is SSD, the academy will touch every
Eiland said while it’s hard to over- “The field of nutrition is constantly usually water or muscle, not fat. There enlisted Soldier in the Army. The acade-
come this natural impulse; it is absolute- evolving,” Eiland said. “Every day, nutri- have also been reports of people develop- my is also sought out by other armies
ly vital to living a healthy life. tionists are coming out with new research ing serious health problems such as throughout the world as the leader in
“Attending this briefing was a contin- findings, or a new diet is being market- headaches, anxiety, depression and a enlisted education – an institution that is
uation of my ongoing personal involve- ed.” decreased metabolic rate.” moving from a military organization that
ment with APFRI,” said retired Sgt. Maj. Another reason it is important for peo- Fad diets are not the only weight loss- trains, to an academic institute that edu-
David Darby, a training specialist with ple to be educated: so they can determine related thing that can cause health issues, cates Soldiers.
the Directorate of Training, Doctrine and what information is legitimate and what Eiland said. For more information about USAS-
Education. “A few months ago, I got is just another fad diet, Eiland said. “Another big issue in the Army is MA, visit https://usasma.bliss.army.
some test results back from my doctor “I’m surprised at some of the myths dietary supplements,” Eiland said. “It is mil/site/default.asp.
that showed that I was pre-diabetic, so I and fads people get caught up in,” Darby much safer for Soldiers to get all of their
FORT BLISS MONITOR • SEPTEMBER 30, 2010 • 13B
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gates to the Airsho are the only locations
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More than a day’s work: Soldiers help clean up Anthony, N.M.
SGT. R. J. GILBERT spanning four blocks in the heart of
2nd BCT, 1st Armored Div. Public Affairs Anthony, N.M.
On Sept. 18, 40 Fort Bliss Soldiers, The idea, which was the brainchild
along with a couple of their family of both Sgt. Maj. Kerry Guthrie, oper-
members, assisted a mixed group of ations sergeant major of 2nd Brigade
approximately 150 Anthony, N.M., Combat Team, 1st Armored Division,
residents and Doña Ana County volun- and the first mayor of newly incorpo-
teers in cleaning up a two-mile radius rated Anthony, N.M., Ramón S.
Gonzalez, had been germinating since
June and finally came to fruition last
The effort proved to be both suc-
cessful and collaborative.
“We had people coming in from the
county [of Doña Ana] and from the
city [of Anthony] that made contribu-
tions to water and food and even
money for the stuff we needed for the
cookout,” said Gonzalez. “We had the
South-central Disposal supply rolloffs
for the cleanup and we filled 11 of
PHOTOS BY SGT. R. J. GILBERT / 2nd BCT, 1st Armored Div. Public Affairs
them. Also, Anthony Waterworks and Sgt. Maj. Kerry Guthrie, brigade operations sergeant major with Headquarters and
Sanitation District and the Doña Ana Headquarters Company, Special Troops Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st
County each contributed a front loader Armored Division, addresses his group of 40 Soldiers before beginning the cleanup, Sept.
and a dump truck.” 18.
The success of the collaboration
came not only from hard work, but and where I am at.” Pels, training room noncommissioned
from genuine camaraderie and appre- It was clear to the “Iron” Brigade officer in charge assigned to D
ciation for the collective efforts of the Soldiers that the people of Anthony Company, 1st Battalion, 6th Infantry
day’s labor. were thankful for their assistance; Regt., 2nd BCT. “I also got to work
“Everyone was friendly with every- however, there was more than just the with some civilians that I would not
one,” said Spc. John Voss, a driver reward of warm interactions and a job have had the opportunity to work with
assigned to Headquarters and well done garnered from the streets of if I hadn’t done that detail. We did
Joe A. Munoz, a unit supply specialist with Headquarters Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Anthony. The foundation of potential- some [cleaning up] and then we start-
Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Cavalry Regiment. “We were just ly long-lasting bonds was forged under ed lifting heavy things after. It was an
1st Battalion, 35th Armor Regiment, 2nd picking stuff up and talking and there the heat and auspices of strenuous intrinsically rewarding project and we
Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored were a couple people that came up to labor and the New Mexico sun, capped got some good barbecue to boot.”
Division, picks up garbage during the us and thanked us for coming out and with a barbecue. Future projects like this one are
beautification process for Anthony, N.M., helping. I got a sense of pride. It just “I got to see the community and already in the works.
Sept. 18. made me feel better about what I do bond with civilians,” said Sgt. Jeffrey
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18B • SEPTEMBER 30, 2010 • FORT BLISS MONITOR FORT BLISS MONITOR • SEPTEMBER 30, 2010 • 19B
(From top right down)
A Soldier rappels from a tower during Air Assault
School Sept. 23.
Cpl. David Morera, Task Force Outlaw, 5th
Armored Brigade, climbs down the “weaver”
obstacle during the “Zero Day” of Air Assault
PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY NATALIE M. HINOJOS
School Sept. 14.
Sgt. 1st Class Edward Broadnax, 1st Battalion,
362nd Air Defense Artillery, “Renegades,” 5th
Armored Bde., is congratulated by Command Sgt.
Maj. Russell K. Reimers, 2nd BCT, 1st Armored
Div., during the Air Assault School graduation cer-
emony held on Noel Parade Field Friday. Reimers
was the guest speaker at the Air Assault School
graduation and presented Broadnax and three
other honor graduates to the left with distinctive
STAFF SGT. APRIL MELTON / 5th Armored Bde., First Army Div. West Public Affairs
honor graduate plaques.
STAFF SGT. APRIL MELTON / 5th Armored Bde., First Army Div. West Public Affairs
Soldiers run across the flight line after their helicopter orientation flight during Air Assault School at Biggs Army Airfield Sept. 16.
STAFF SGT. APRIL MELTON / 5th Armored Bde., First Army Div. West Public Affairs
“ It’s what I needed. It’s a
challenging change of pace after
long hours of static trainng. It
really helped me check where
I am physically.
– Cpl. David Morera
Charlie Team, Task Force Outlaw
5th Armored Bde.
Story by Staff Sgt. April Melton
and Maj. Jason Fetterolf
5th Armored Bde., First Army Div.
West Public Affairs
MAJ. JASON FETTEROLF / 5th Armored Bde., First Army Div. West Public Affairs
Assault Badge and the 2B two-mile run, and an inspection of entation, slingload operations, students in the class. ing and tedious packing lists; one lenging change of pace after long chanting “Air Assault, Air Assault.”
he Army’s Air Assault
School has the reputation Additional Skill Identifier on Noel equipment before continuing train- proper rappelling techniques and “I received a better missing item could cause the stu- hours of static training. It really Broadnax was one of four honor
of being one of the most Parade Field here Friday. ing. fast-rope techniques. understanding of today’s dent to fail the school immediately. helped me check where I am physi- graduates recognized at the gradua-
physically and mentally challeng- Although the training is manda- “It’s a chance to see if I can still “Slingload was the reason for young Soldiers and what “We prepared and inspected cally,” said Cpl. David Morera, tion ceremony held Friday.
ing training available anywhere in tory for some, a group of 13 volun- hang with the young guys. Plus, I taking the course,” said class leader their concerns and desires are as loads. Attention to detail is very Charlie Team, Task Force Outlaw, With a 72 percent course reten-
the Army. A handful of the 298 stu- teer 5th Armored Brigade Soldiers think it inspires them,” said 50- 1st Lt. Jesse Kittel, 3rd Bn., 361st far as career opportunities and liv- important. Equipment can be dam- 5th Armored Bde. tion rate, compared to the overall
dents who started the course Sept. were among the graduates, and year-old Sgt. 1st Class William Combat Support Regt. “We are not ing conditions [go]. I appreciate that aged or personnel can be killed,” Forty-four-year-old Sgt. 1st class retention rate of 48 percent,
13 decided to take on the challenge three Soldiers in this group – aged Neumann, a Soldier with 21 years training infantry units right now but we have some good, young leaders said Staff Sgt. Jose Leal, 1st Bn., Class Edward Broadnax, observer not only are 5th Armored Bde.
despite the fact they were older 41, 44 and 50 – proved age is only in the Army and assigned to 3rd if we were, we would need to know and that the future of the Army is 361st Regt., “Redhawk,” 5th controller/trainer with 1st Bn., Soldiers known as the Army’s pre-
than 40 – the age at which most a number. Battalion, 361st Combat Support this stuff in order to teach it.” bright,” explained 41-year-old Maj. Armored Bde. 362nd Air Defense Artillery, mier trainers, continually challeng-
think more about retiring than per- Servicemembers are not consid- Regiment, “Mountain Warrior,” 5th Although focused on teaching Derek Ulehla, executive officer As a culminating training event, “Renegades,” 5th Armored Bde., ing joint warfighters to prepare for
spiring. ered “Air Assault students” until Armored Bde. airborne helicopter operations, the from 3rd Bn., 361st Combat students must also complete a 12- finished the road march in two combat operations in Iraq,
Eleven days later, 142 Soldiers, after successful completion of Zero The Air Assault School trains course facilitated the learning of Support Regt. mile road march with weapon and hours, 15 minutes, the fastest time, Afghanistan, Guantanamo Bay and
Airmen and cadets coming from Day, the first day of the course, Soldiers to conduct airborne heli- other unanticipated valuable les- Open to both males and females, combat-loaded rucksack within far ahead of his classmates, often beyond, they are now known as
units on post as well as from across which requires students to com- copter operations. During the sons, particularly due to the inter- the course combines helicopter three hours in order to graduate. running the course as sweat unrivaled competitors – where age
the U.S. were awarded the Air plete a grueling obstacle course, course, students learn aircraft ori- play between the younger and older insertion techniques, physical train- “It’s what I needed. It’s a chal- streamed down his body while knows no limit.
20B • SEPTEMBER 30, 2010 • FORT BLISS MONITOR
BAAD biker rally promotes honorable tendencies
VIRGINIA REZA together and help raise awareness on var-
Fort Bliss Public Affairs ious subjects that have caused so many
The day was cloudy, but their minds tragedies,” said Guile.
were clear with a single purpose of rais- One group participating at the run was
ing awareness of the dangers of drinking the Sword of the Spirit, which rides to
and riding during the Bikers Against promote noble virtues. The congregation
Drunk Drivers run held Sunday. visits bikers who are hospitalized and
The event was coordinated by Larry they also conduct free weddings and
Galvan, president of the Survivors Clean funerals for all riders.
and Sober club and chairman for the El The Mission Riders, also participants
Paso Motorcycle Coalition, in conjunc- at the event, is another group that rides to
tion with Rob Guile, Fort Bliss Army raise funds for the Miracle League of El
Substance Abuse Program prevention Paso, which serves children ages 3 and
coordinator. More than 300 bike afi- up suffering from physical or mental dis-
cionados attended. The purpose of the abilities.
18th annual BADD rally was to promote Other riders were just there to support
DUI awareness, suicide prevention and the cause.
motorcycle safety. “The run was a great success,” said PHOTOS BY VIRGINIA REZA / Fort Bliss Public Affairs
The ride began at Barnett Harley Galvan. “This is the first year the Army’s The Sword of the Spirit group rides into Rudy’s Barbecue during the Bikers against Drunk
Davidson, worked its way to Leo’s Substance Abuse Program joins us and Drivers run Sunday.
Mexican Restaurant, followed by a we really appreciate the opportunity to
Transmountain top stop, then a descent work together.”
to Rudy’s Barbecue with the final desti- The Christian biker community will
nation at Album Park. At all stops, riders hold Biker Appreciation Oct. 24 at the
drew from decks of cards, which allowed Sword of the Spirit Motorcycle Ministry
them to win prizes for the best and worst of El Paso, located at 10490 Dyer, in
hands at the post run festivities. honor of fallen bikers to show gratitude
For many, their cards did not provide for outreaches and charities benefitting
prizes, but at the end of the run, they from bikers’ support.
were all winners as their contribution Soldiers are reminded of the safety
will help others find a road to recovery. requirements mandated by the Army
Proceeds will benefit the Life Motorcycle Safety Program (Army
Restoration Center, a local substance Regulation 385-10) the Military Police
abuse treatment facility. Traffic Regulation (AR 190-5) and the
At the park, booths were set up by commanding general’s Policy Letter A-
ASAP and Peak Behavioral Hospital 6, Motorcycle Safety Requirements
personnel, who passed out safety infor- Policy.
mation. Riders also participated in an “Remember, prevention, safety and
auction and motorcycle adventure awareness is everyone’s responsibility,”
games. added Guile. Larry Galvan, president of the Survivors Clean and Sober Club and chairman for the El
“We are here to help the community For more information, call ASAP at Paso Motorcycle Coalition, far right, and his wife Pat, register participants at the Bikers
of El Paso and Fort Bliss Soldiers get 568-1033. against Drunk Drivers run held Sunday.