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Posted May 15, 2015 by

Photos submitted by Tracey Teas Fifth grade students enjoy playing on the “jungle gym” at the Gray Hawk Nature Center during a recent field trip. The “jungle gym” was created by several Fort Huachuca NCOs. General Myer Elementary School In conjunction with the American Cancer Society and the 2015 Relay for Life Sierra Vista, General…

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News Briefs – May 15, 2015

Posted May 15, 2015 by

TRICARE scam announced TRICARE beneficiaries are reporting that they have been contacted by call centers offering prescription medications, pain creams and other treatments on behalf of TRICARE. These call centers are not affiliated with TRICARE. They may attempt to get personal and health information, and charge TRICARE for medications beneficiaries express interest in. This private…

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FMWR Briefs – May 15, 2015

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MWR offers reduced prices, free services Family and MWR will observe Armed Forces Day by offering free or half-price services to Active Duty, family members and retired military at the following facilities: Today: Family and MWR Rents (520.533.6707) will offer half-price rentals, and Thunder Mountain Activity Centre (520.533.3802/533.7322) will offer their lunch buffet at half…

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Combat Medic 10k draws more than 150 runners, walkers

Posted May 15, 2015 by Lisa Tourtelot

Runners take off for the 17th Annual Combat Medic 10k at Fort Huachuca Saturday. This year’s event saw an increase in participation to more than 150 runners and walkers. More than 150 runners and walkers took off from Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center on Fort Huachuca for the 17th Annual Combat Medic 10k Saturday….

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Community Briefs May 15, 2014

Posted May 15, 2015 by

Douglas Days celebration planned Join the City of Douglas in celebrating Douglas’ past, present, and future today and Saturday at Raul Castro Park, 10th Street, between D and E Avenue. The annual event commemorates the day Douglas was incorporated on May 1905. A welcome ceremony at 5 p.m. takes place today at Castro Park followed…

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JAG celebrates Law Day by presenting Magna Carta at school

Posted May 8, 2015 by Stephanie Caffall

Fort Huachuca’s Staff Judge Advocate Office, JAG, office celebrated Law Day, reaching out to fifth-graders at General Myer Elementary School about the importance of the subject of law.

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DOD: Area flyover to commemorate World War II victory

Posted May 8, 2015 by Jim Garamone

WASHINGTON — America will remember the millions who helped make possible the European theater victory in World War II with a flyover of the Capitol and National Mall area by historic aircraft today. To mark the 70th anniversary of the end of fighting in Europe, or VE Day, aircraft from all periods of World War…

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Air Force: $2M prize offered for development of small, efficient turboshaft engine

Posted May 8, 2015 by Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Public Affairs

U.S. Air Force graphic The Air Force Prize is designed to spark American ingenuity by inviting a wide audience to compete, and to encourage innovative solutions to Air Force mission requirements beyond typical acquisition programs. WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — Registration is now open for the $2 million Air Force prize that will be…

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Team Huachuca synergy makes language translation system test a reality

Posted May 8, 2015 by Ray Ragan,

It is often remarked that Fort Huachuca offers something unique to the Army, a synergy in the Intelligence community only possible here. For the on-going test of a new foreign language translation system, that synergy is a reality.

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Soldiers take tough stance on physical fitness test failures

Posted May 8, 2015 by C. Todd Lopez

Soldiers at the first-ever NCO Solarium said they felt the Army has gone soft on those who have failed their Army Physical Fitness Tests, or APFT, too many times — and called for more discipline in enforcing standards.

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