V Corps News
Former V Corps Commander retires in Fort Knox
By Rebecca Ives | April 26, 2024
U.S. Army V Corps hosted a retirement ceremony for former commanding general Lt. Gen. John S. Kolasheski at V Corps headquarters in Fort Knox, Kentucky, Friday.
‘It Was Done’: V Corps ‘original plank holder’ concludes career in ancestral homeland
By Sgt. Maj. Michael Pintagro | April 22, 2024
The final mission of Lt. Gen. John S. Kolasheski’s distinguished career was a doozy. He organized, trained, equipped, deployed, and commanded a storied Army formation amid smoldering international tensions and the highest of stakes for regional security. Fittingly, the “Victory Corps,” its Soldiers and its commanding general all returned to their roots in the process.
Passing The Torch: Lt. Gen. Costanza Takes Command of Victory Corps
By Staff Sgt. Jameson Harris, 22nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment | April 8, 2024
On April 8, 2024, Lt. Gen. John Kolasheski officially transferred the leadership of V Corps to Lt.
U.S., Allied Soldiers take spiritual journey with V Corps chaplain
By Spc. Devin Klecan | March 21, 2024
Capt. Derrick Freshour of V Corps guided Allied Soldiers on a spiritual journey that brough personnel across ranks, services and nationalities to points of unique cultural interest across Bavaria.
'Victory Corps' builds, demonstrates readiness through signature exercise
By Spc. Devin Klecan | March 21, 2024
The U.S. Army V Corps demonstrated its readiness for combat operations even as it refined systems, built mission capacity and integrated operations with NATO allies during a “warfighter” exercise held March 1-15 at the Grafenwoehr Training Area.
Meet the woman who is helping staff the U.S. Army’s newest corps
By Rebecca Ives | March 19, 2024
“It’s about taking care of Soldiers,” said Clemente, an Indio, California, native. “The day I come in and I’m not about taking care of Soldiers, is the day I need to leave.” This philosophy is not new. It’s a common belief among many, if not all, of the great leaders in the U.S. Army. It’s a belief that the smallest act of kindness can create waves of change for the betterment of the Army, the Department of Defense and the Nation. And anyone in a leadership role, whether they are a commanding general or a new corporal, can practice it. However, some may never realize the impact they are making on their organization or to the people who look up to them.
11 Nations come together for territorial defense
By Lt. Col. Dale Barnes | Feb. 27, 2024
OLSZTYN, Poland—U.S. Army V Corps’ Polish deputy commanding general for interoperability, Maj. Gen. Maciej Jablonski, led the Territorial Defense Forces Symposium, hosted by the Polish Territorial Defense Command, Feb. 12-15, 2024. Military leaders and subject matter experts from eleven nations came together to engage in discussions, sharing insights and strategies focused on understanding the roles and capabilities of Territorial Defense Forces.
V Corps ‘G6’ signals powerful example across command
By Sgt. Javen Owens | Feb. 13, 2024
“I was standing on the shoulders of giants – of individuals that paved the path before me, so I have that responsibility to kind of pay it back,” said Col. Malcolm S. Bush, the director of V Corps signal operations. “That's what I'm really here for now at this stage of my career – it’s just to help out and do the best I can.”
V Corps unites NATO forces at warfighter symposium
By Sgt. Jon Cortez | Feb. 8, 2024
U.S.Army V Corps hosted its second warfighting symposium along with the Multinational Corps
V Corps joins Polish community marking 105th anniversary Battle of Ławica
By Karen Sampson | Jan. 8, 2024
 Leadership and soldiers from U.S. Army V Corps and U.S. Army Garrison-Poland joined the Poznan community in a ceremony commemorating the 105th anniversary of the Battle of Ławica, Jan. 6, 2024, at Poznań–Ławica Henryk Wieniawski Airport.