• September 21, 2020

Tags : Bulldog Brigade

Gallery+Story: Bulldog Brigade stress systems during Command Post Exercise

“The main command post is a facility containing the majority of the staff designed to control current operations, conduct detailed analysis, and plan future operations.” That’s the definition provided by Department of the Army, in FM 3-96 Brigade Combat Team. Soldiers with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team “Bulldog”, 1st Armored Division, […]Read More

Bulldog Brigade honors the fallen with tomorrow’s generation

A single rose in the vase symbolizing the blood that service members have shed in sacrifice to ensure the freedom of the United States of America… Soldiers from 4th Battalion, 6th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team “Bulldog”, 1st Armored Division, joined students and faculty of the Rio Bravo Middle School in El Paso, […]Read More

Bulldog Brigade Continues to Build Legacy in the Republic of

CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – The Army’s first priority is readiness – ensuring our Soldiers have the tools and training they need to be lethal and ready to fight and win, as stated by Army Secretary Mark Esper. The 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team “Bulldog,” 1st Armored Division (Rotational Unit) has been deployed to […]Read More

El Paso’s Own ‘Bulldog Brigade’ Begins Korean Rotation

The 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division assumed responsibility as the rotational armored brigade combat team in Korea during a transfer of authority (TOA) ceremony on October 22. Soldiers from the “Bulldog” brigade began arriving here in late September to begin their nine-month rotation. Bulldog Soldiers replaced the Raider Soldiers of the 1st […]Read More