About Author: Sgt. Stephanie Cassinos Way

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Sgt. Stephanie Cassinos Way is a public affairs specialist with the Virginia Army National Guard's Fort Belvior-based 29th Infantry Division. Way deployed to Basra, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 2009-2010 as well as providing public affairs support during the Gulf Shore oil spill mission in 2010.

Posts by Sgt. Stephanie Cassinos Way

  • FORT BELVOIR, Va. — A Freedom Salute was held Sept. 16 on Fort Belvoir, Va., to formally welcome home the approximately 30 Virginia National Guard Soldiers from the Fort Belvoir-based 29th Infantry Division who recently returned from a tour in Afghanistan. The Soldiers were assigned to NATO’s International Security Assistance Force Joint Command Afghan […]

    Freedom Salute honors returning 29th ID Soldiers

    FORT BELVOIR, Va. — A Freedom Salute was held Sept. 16 on Fort Belvoir, Va., to formally welcome home the approximately 30 Virginia National Guard Soldiers from the Fort Belvoir-based 29th Infantry Division who recently returned from a tour in Afghanistan. The Soldiers were assigned to NATO’s International Security Assistance Force Joint Command Afghan […]

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  • FORT A.P. HILL, Va. — Virginia and Maryland National Guard Soldiers from the 29th Infantry Division participated in valuable training this week to stay on top of the latest and greatest in military technology. Command Post of the Future, part of the Military Command System, enables Soldiers to stay connected […]

    29th ID Soldiers train on Command Post of the Future

    FORT A.P. HILL, Va. — Virginia and Maryland National Guard Soldiers from the 29th Infantry Division participated in valuable training this week to stay on top of the latest and greatest in military technology. Command Post of the Future, part of the Military Command System, enables Soldiers to stay connected […]

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  • FORT A.P. HILL, Va. — Eighteen Soldiers of the 29th Infantry Division participated in the unit’s first-ever marksmanship competition June 19 at Fort AP Hill, Va. The Soldiers shot at distances up to 500 yards, at various stances, in 90 degree weather to compete for a trophy, and the chance […]

    29th ID Soldiers face off in first-ever marksmansip competition

    FORT A.P. HILL, Va. — Eighteen Soldiers of the 29th Infantry Division participated in the unit’s first-ever marksmanship competition June 19 at Fort AP Hill, Va. The Soldiers shot at distances up to 500 yards, at various stances, in 90 degree weather to compete for a trophy, and the chance […]

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