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Obama and his ilk are removing many fast....get ready folks, I believe he and they are doing this because they are folks who would not follow unlawful orders.

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Oct. 14, 2013 - 06:00AM   
Brig. Gen. Bryan W. Wampler and Command Sgt. Maj. Don B. Jordan
Brig. Gen. Bryan W. Wampler and Command Sgt. Maj. Don B. Jordan ()

The top officer and enlisted soldier for the 143rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command have been temporarily suspended, officials announced Monday.

Brig. Gen. Bryan W. Wampler, the commanding general, and Command Sgt. Maj. Don B. Jordan were suspended Oct. 10 pending an ongoing investigation, said Maj. Thomas Campbell, a spokesman for the 1st Theater Sustainment Command.

The 143rd ESC falls under the 1st TSC.

Campbell said he could not discuss the ongoing investigation, but he did say it is not related to any criminal misconduct.

The 143rd is currently deployed to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Wampler took command of the 143rd in January, according to his bio on the Army Reserve website.

As of Monday, Wampler and Jordan remained in Kuwait, Campbell said.

Col. Christopher P. Govekar, the 143rd’s deputy commander, has temporarily assumed duties as the commander of the unit, Campbell said.

“There will not be any impact to the soldiers, families and civilian workforce of the 143rd ESC,” Campbell said. “The command’s current mission within the United States and abroad remains unaffected by this development.”

Wampler has served more than 27 years as a commissioned officer, according to his Army Reserve bio. He has commanded at various levels, and most recently served as commander of the 78th Training Division.

Jordan, who enlisted in the Army in 1982, has served as an airborne infantry rifle team leader and squad leader, a senior drill sergeant, a first sergeant, and as command sergeant major at the battalion and brigade levels, according to his Army Reserve bio. His deployments include tours in Afghanistan and Djibouti, Africa.

Jordan also served with Wampler at the 78th Training Division.

About 150 soldiers from the 143rd headquarters, based in Orlando, Fla., deployed to Kuwait in August in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, said Master Sgt. Patrick Compton, the rear-detachment spokesman. The soldiers left Florida in June to train at Fort Hood, Texas, before going overseas, he said.

While deployed, the 143rd is responsible for maintaining and managing logistical operations, such as quartermaster and transportation functions, in their area of operations, Compton said.

Stateside, the 143rd has command and control of more than 110 units and approximately 10,000 soldiers throughout 10 states in the southeastern United States, according to its Facebook page.

The 143rd executes mission command of sustainment units in order to plan, coordinate and lead operational sustainment, theater distribution management and redeployment of forces in support of ongoing operations and coalition forces, according to the unit website.


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WoW they are doing all they can to destory the Military leadership structure as fast as they can. I guess Obummer wants that "Private Security Force" that is as well equipped as the Military whew.

Ronald: been happening.

Anyone hear the paperboys shouting this out to we the people?  If not, why?
 
History repeating itself?
 
 
In part, article states:
 

October 7, 2012

Homeland Security graduates first Corps of Homeland Youth

October 7, 2012. Vicksburg. The federal government calls them FEMA Corps. But they conjure up memories of the Hitler Youth of 1930’s Germany. Regardless of their name, the Dept of Homeland Security has just graduated its first class of 231 Homeland Youth. Kids, aged 18-24 and recruited from the President’s AmeriCorp volunteers, they represent the first wave of DHS’s youth corps, designed specifically to create a full time, paid, standing army of FEMA Youth across the country.

 
 
 
WE WERE WARNED:
 
From 7/15/2008:
 

Obama's 'civilian national security force'

In talking about his plans to double the size of the Peace Corps and nearly quadruple the size of AmeriCorps and the size of the nation’s military services, he made this rather shocking (and chilling) pledge: “We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.”
 
Homeland Security Website with Info:
 

The Youth I came into contact with in Albuquerque Ameri/Corp..Those young people were kids that had gotten in trouble and were bad.. Just mean. Drugs, gangs, just bad. 

Ummm... those links are not working but should.

From another source:

In Obama’s speech in Colorado back in 2008 he said this:

“We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.”

http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/47844

If you copy and paste FEMA links they work:

http://www.fema.gov/fema-corps

FEMA Deputy Administrator speaks to the first inductees of FEMA Corps at their induction ceremony in Vicksburg, MS

An Innovative Cost-Saving Partnership to Strengthen Disaster Response and Expand Opportunities for Young People

FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate speaks while flanked by two FEMA Corps members.On March 13, 2012, the White House announced an innovative partnership between the Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) to establish a FEMA-devoted unit of 1,600 service corps members within AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) solely devoted to disaster preparedness, response, and recovery. This partnership builds on the historic collaboration between the two agencies and will enhance the federal government's disaster capabilities, increase the reliability and diversity of the disaster workforce, promote an ethic of service, expand education and economic opportunity for young people, and achieve significant cost savings for the American taxpayer. When the program is at full operational capability, and in an average disaster year, we expect to see a savings of approximately $60 million in a year.

Every year, millions of Americans suffer the effects of natural and man-made disaster. Disasters can lead to human losses, social problems, economic harm, and environmental damage. Given the prevalence and severity of disasters and other hazards, FEMA is looking for ways to diversify and fortify its existing disaster workforce structure. FEMA will partner with CNCS to support 1,600 additional service corps members annually within AmeriCorps NCCC, a full-time residential service program for individuals ages 18-24. The FEMA Corps members will be solely focus on disaster preparedness, response, and recovery activities, providing support in areas ranging from working directly with disaster survivors to supporting disaster recovery centers to sharing valuable disaster preparedness and mitigation information with the public.

The FEMA Corps members will serve for a 10 month term with an option to extend for a second year. The program will prepare thousands of young people for careers in emergency management and related fields. During their service, they will gain significant training and experience in disaster services and will provide important support to disaster survivors. The first members will begin serving in August 2012 and the program will reach full capacity within 18 months.

Benefits to Disaster Survivors, Communities and the Taxpayer

This innovative partnership is a win all around - benefiting communities and individuals affected by disasters; disaster response organizations; those who serve, and the taxpayer.

  • Strengthening the Nation's Disaster Response Capacity: The partnership will provide a trained and reliable resource dedicated to support disaster operations, while enhancing the entire emergency management workforce.
  • Achieving Significant Cost Savings to the Taxpayer: This partnership is projected to achieve significant cost savings by using a cost-effective approach to providing disaster services.
  • Creating Pathways to Work for Young People: By providing training, experience, and educational opportunity, the partnership will prepare thousands of young people for careers in emergency management and related fields.
  • Promoting an Ethic of National Service: The partnership will strengthen our nation's culture of service and civic engagement by mobilizing corps members and community volunteers to provide critical disaster services.
  • Modernizing Government Operations to Improve Performance: By coordinating between agencies, CNCS and FEMA will advance the President's management goals of working across government, managing across sectors, and promoting efficiency.

Apply to the AmeriCorps NCCC FEMA Corps program

To become an AmeriCorps NCCC FEMA Corps member, you can apply to the FEMA Corps program link. To become a Team Leader, apply to FEMA Corps Team Leader link.

Complete instructions on the application process can be found on FEMA Corps FAQs for Applicants and Members.

For more information

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08/09/2013 - 09:10

 

Welcome to the FEMA Corps Inaugural Class

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Vicksburg, Miss., Sep. 13, 2012 -- FEMA Deputy Administrator Rich Serino gives the keynote address at the Induction Ceremony for the inaugural class of FEMA Corps members. FEMA Corps members assist with disaster preparedness, response, and recovery activities, providing support in areas ranging from working directly with disaster survivors to supporting disaster recovering centers to sharing valuable disaster preparedness and mitigation information with the public.

Originially posted by Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Deputy Administrator Rich Serino on Thursday, August 13, 2012

Yesterday, we welcomed 231 energetic members into the first ever FEMA Corps class. The members just finished off their first month of training with our partners at the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and are one step closer to working in the field on disaster response and recovery. They will now head to FEMA’s Center for Domestic Preparedness to spend the next two weeks training in their FEMA position-specific roles. Once they complete both the CNCS and FEMA training, these 231 dedicated FEMA Corps members will be qualified to work in one of a variety of disaster related roles, ranging from Community Relations to Disaster Recovery Center support.

FEMA Corps builds on the great work of AmeriCorps to establish a service cadre dedicated to disaster response and recover. To be sure, responding to disasters is nothing new for Americorps. In fact, the great work that AmeriCorps already does during disasters was the inspiration for FEMA Corps. When I visited communities all over the country that were devastated by disasters, from Joplin, MO to Bastrop, Texas, I always encountered the incredible members of AmeriCorps lending a helping hand to survivors. I was continually struck by the level of compassion, dedication, and skill these members brought to the table.

The inductees are pioneers, combining the exceptional record of citizen service at AmeriCorps’ National Civilian Community Corps with FEMA’s specialized mission of supporting survivors with their recovery after a disaster. The new members, who range in age from 18-24 years old, will contribute to a dedicated, trained, and reliable disaster workforce by working full-time for ten months on federal disaster response and recovery efforts. As we announced in March, FEMA Corps sets the foundation for a new generation of emergency managers; it promotes civic engagement and offers an educational and financial opportunity for young people; and is designed to strengthen the nation’s disaster response by supplementing FEMA’s existing Reservist workforce.

I commend and thank every member of the inaugural class of FEMA Corps for their dedication to helping communities in need. Welcome to FEMA Corps!

To learn more about the new program, visit the AmeriCorps website or our FEMA Corps page.

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He has several million illegals..

Obozo had a problem developing his army, so he figures he would screw up ours so we would not be able to defend our freesoms.  If you are of the opinion that anyone of worth in DC realy gives a crap, you will wish you had listened.

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We will definitely make room for them.

Our boys in uniform are being used, not to defend our nation, but for neferious reasons. As a retired USAF, Rn, I can tell our fellow Pats, that all is not what it seems, and it will all become very clear in the near future for the world to see and it is not going to be pretty. The horrors of WAR will be on the home front to the dismay of many in this country. WAKE UP PLEASE!

Just like Adolf Hitler.

Obama promised us that he would form a "Citizens Army" as strong in number and resolve as our own Military.  Well it's happening at lightening speed - and we will rue the day that he was elected, not once but twice, by fraud, lies and the downright ignorance of voters.  Most of them wanted something for nothing.  During the last election he told his supporters to "vote for revenge"!  Revenge!?  And even that didn't tell them anything?  Amazing the number of idiots we have here in this blessed country. 

Fear not,he may have fired them,but they didn't go away.they are still active,and are working for us.

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