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Commentary: mastering the art of email

Posted September 20, 2013 by Mr. Patrick Buffett

FORT LEE, Va. — Its reelly frustraiting when you receeve one of them emails which didn’t get proofred or spelcheked. They not only fale to comunicate the massage but it don’t reflect very well on you’re orginization either. While small misteaks … er, mistakes … in our written messages are inevitable and usually forgivable, that…

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2014 Army Emergency Relief Annual Campaign

Posted April 25, 2014 by

Since 9/11, Army Emergency Relief has distributed almost $775 million to 729,000 active and retired Soldiers and their Families. By providing interest-free loans and grants for many different categories of assistance to include emergency needs, children and spouse scholarships, care for Families of Fallen Soldiers and support to Widows and Wounded Warriors, Army Emergency Relief…

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Giving ‘gift of groceries?’ Think commissary gift cards

Posted October 24, 2014 by

No matter the occasion, commissary gift cards are always available to help family members, friends and organizations give the gift of groceries. The cards, which come in dominations of $25 and $50, can be purchased by anyone at any commissary worldwide or online. However, only an authorized patron can redeem them. The cards are available…

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Military Intelligence — this week in history: January 18, 2012

Posted January 19, 2013 by

While sources disagree on the exact date, when young Lothar Witzke crossed the international border into Nogales, Ariz., on January 18, 1918 carrying a Russian passport, he was already well-known to the Military Intelligence Division, or MID.

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Legal Office here helps untangle Arizona separation, divorce process

Posted November 15, 2013 by Fort Huachuca Legal Assistance Office

When couples tie the knot and say “I do,” most believe they will be together forever. However, life happens. Sometimes couples realize their union was not meant to be and choose to separate or divorce. Those with questions about legal separation or divorce can contact the Fort Huachuca Legal Assistance Office, or Legal Assistance. The…

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Energy conservation Garrison commander asks everyone to keep use, costs down

Posted June 13, 2014 by Col. Tony Boone

Team, I need your assistance over the next few weeks. Our recent energy demand has skyrocketed with the increased temperatures. In the last few days, we’ve averaged over 20 megawatts with a high reading of 21.15 megawatts on June 4 at 3 p.m. We are dangerously close to crossing into “peak demand” energy rates which…

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Looking past packing boxes — a spouse’s guide to moving

Posted May 17, 2012 by By Jennifer Lindquist

As my husband and I packed boxes to move on post one weekend, I was struck by the fluidity of our motions. My husband gracefully unplugged and unhooked our entertainment system and put the components in original boxes with the proficiency of a Swiss watchmaker. I packed the kitchen…

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IG recommends getting ‘back to basics,’ values

Posted April 19, 2013 by Sgt. 1st Class John Phillips

Similar to the restructuring in early the 1990s, our Army is transforming from one in conflict to a peacetime force. This is not an easy transition and requires patience, understanding and dedication to the Army’s Values. As funding, available personnel and resources contract, we will all be tempted to cut corners and find the easiest…

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Collection Act provides debtors protection

Posted July 5, 2013 by Legal Assistance Office

Anyone who uses a credit card, owes money on a personal loan or is paying on a home mortgage is a debtor. Those who fall behind in repaying their creditors or have an error made on their accounts may be contacted by a debt collector. In either situation, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act requires…

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This Week in History: USAICS flies three OV-1D Mohawks to South Korea

Posted February 28, 2014 by Ruth Quinn,

Photos property of U.S. Army Three OV-1Cs fly in formation over the mountains in Oregon. February 1977 In late February 1977, three aviators from the Maintenance Aviation Division, U.S. Army Intelligence Center and School, left Fort Huachuca on a mission to fly three OV-1D Mohawks to Kadena Air Force Base, South Korea. From their first…

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