Mosheh Gains1h ago / 7:02 PM UTCThe U.S. Army has paused the movement of future U.S. soldiers to basic combat training, the department announced Monday.”This tactical pause will allow commands to ensure appropriate safety measures are in place and are operating effectively at training installations,” the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, which oversees training of Army recruits, said in a statement.The pause does not affect recruits currently in basic training. They will continue under screening and monitoring guidelines established in March, and proceed to their next assignment upon graduation. Current protocols include “social-distanced-enabled training” and reduced movement of trainees.”The decision to pause the shipment of trainees to [Basic Combat Training] for two weeks will allow leaders to focus on setting conditions so movement can be conducted in a safer manner in the future,” said Gen. Paul Funk, II, head of the Command.Adam Edelman2h ago / 6:42 PM UTCWisconsin Gov. Evers suspends in-person voting for Tuesday primary amid coronavirus concernsWisconsin Gov. Tony Evers on Monday signed an executive order suspending all in-person voting for Tuesday’s primary and moved the date of the election to June 9 amid concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.The order also convenes the state legislature for a


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