Horizontal Rule

The Horizontal Rule block, below, is a standard bit of code included in every version of concrete5. Depending on the skin, it appears in different ways. In IEW, it simply provides a white line and much space. The block is between here...

....and here.

Now, see what it does in a dark box (the yellow line is part of the dark-box wrapper):

And that's Horizontal Rule.




Note: This whole section is wrapped in a white-box style.

Army Housing videos

First Lady Jill Biden welcomes National Guard families to the White House

Nov 28, 2023

First Lady Jill Biden welcomes National Guard senior leaders and Guard family members for a roundtable discussion on support for National Guard children in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, Washington, D.C., Nov. 27, 2023. Attendees, including Guard children, and adjutants general, also joined the first lady’s presentation of the 2023 White House “Magic, Wonder & Joy” holiday theme and decorations. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Zach Sheely) Read full story

USU Students Participate in the 2023 DC Public Health Case Challenge, Gain First-Hand Knowledge of Building a Critical Public Health Plan

Nov 28, 2023

Joshua Trowell takes a break after presenting a poster at a Preventive Medicine and Biostatistics conference to hop in an interview. He’s in a hallway at the Uniformed Services University (USU), speaking on his phone. That’s how driven he is to get the word out about the health challenge he and his team just participated in. It was the 10th Annual DC Public Health Case Challenge. The challenge brings together teams from local universities with schools or programs of public health to promote interdisciplinary and problem-based learning around a health issue affecting the area. Each team consists of three to six members, from at least three different disciplines. The teams have two weeks and a hypothetical $1 million budget. Tasked with building a proposal, the team then presents before a panel of expert judges. This year’s topic was “A Public Health Approach to Improve the Health of Women Experiencing Homelessness in D.C.” The event occurred October 6 at the National Academies of Sciences in Washington, D.C. The USU team presented a proposal titled “EMPOWER HER: A Holistic Healthcare Initiative for Women who Experience Homelessness in the Heart of Washington, D.C.” And even though his team didn’t place in the competition, Trowell is eager to talk about the experience. The team included six USU students: Trowell, a PhD candidate in Public Health, Navy Lt. Matthew Horch, an MPH student in the Occupational and Environmental Health residency program, Teresa Russell, PhD candidate in Public Health, Army Maj. Marjorie Brooks, Graduate School of Nursing, Navy Ensign Norbert Owusu, Master of Public Health Administration and Policy student, and Hyun Lee, PhD candidate in Molecular and Cell Biology. Read full story

From bullets to birds: Lake City Army Ammunition Plant on watch

Nov 28, 2023

LCAAP provides habitat for a diverse ecosystem, including 157 distinct plant species, 104 bird species, and nine mammalian species — American beavers, bobcats, coyotes, eastern cottontails, eastern gray squirrels, fox squirrels, racoons, striped skunks, and white-tailed deer — along with various reptiles, amphibians, and arthropods that have chosen it as their habitat. Read full story