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Statement from Pentagon Press Secretary George Little on civilian employee furlough notices

Posted March 22, 2013 by

The Department of Defense has decided to delay the issuance of civilian employee furlough notices for approximately two weeks. This delay will allow the department to carefully analyze the impact of pending continuing resolution legislation on the department’s resources. We have not made any decisions on whether or not the total number of planned furlough…

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Reflecting on the past, present, future of women’s history

Posted March 22, 2013 by Maranda Flynn

Photos by Maranda Flynn Judith Gignac, independent consultant, spoke as the guest of honor at the Women’s History Month Observance, held at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre on Wednesday. Following the event’s theme of “Women inspiring Innovation through Imagination,” she focused her speech on the celebration of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. In…

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Orange — the Color of Hope

Posted March 15, 2013 by Tanja Linton

Nearly four years ago, I woke up one morning with the entire right side of my face numb. I didn’t know at the time that this triggered a series of events that included an MRI of my brain, a spinal tap and two hospital stays within six months receiving steroid treatments. I was eventually diagnosed…

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Wear PPE, reflective clothing correctly with military uniform

Posted March 15, 2013 by Cheryl Patterson

As spring approaches, it invariably brings out more motorcycle, moped and all-terrain vehicle, or ATV, enthusiasts. The Inspector General Office staff reminds everyone that the wearing of personal protective equipment and reflective clothing is mandated for all Department of Defense, or DoD, service members while operating their vehicles on post as well as off post….

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FAP aims to prevent, treat spousal, child abuse

Posted March 8, 2013 by Amy Sunseri

He raised his hand in anger as she cringed in the corner, wondering what she had done to provoke him. However, he paused for a moment as he had learned to do during a recent anger management class he’d attended, and then he lowered his arm. “Honey, we need to talk …” The Family Advocacy…

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‘Domicile,’ ‘legal residence’ often confused

Posted March 1, 2013 by Fort Huachuca Tax Assistance Center

People often confuse the terms “home of record,” “domicile,” “legal residence” and “residence.” While a person’s “home of record” cannot be changed because this is the place where they were living when they entered the military, a “domicile,” “legal residence” and “residence” can change. Basically the terms “domicile” and “legal residence” refer to the same…

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Black history celebrated on FH in spite of inclement weather

Posted February 22, 2013 by Staff Sgt. Kelvin Ringold

Staff Sgt. Kelvin Ringold Pastor T.L. Simpson, senior chaplain, New Jerusalem Community Church, talks to the crowd about the significance of Black History Month. Simpson was the guest speaker at Wednesday’s Black American History event at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre on Fort Huachuca. Snow and inclement weather did not prevent Fort Huachuca from recognizing…

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SIPRNet migration to take place on FH

Posted February 22, 2013 by Amy Sunseri

The Secure Internet Protocol Router Network, or SIPRNet, locally managed exchange email accounts will be migrated to a centrally managed Department of Defense Enterprise Email, or DEE, on Thursday. This is an effort to move DoD assets to “the cloud” to consolidate resources and reduce costs, according to Ken Forner, chief, Server Management Branch, Fort…

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At the Crossroads of Freedom and Equality: The Emancipation and the March on Washington

Posted February 15, 2013 by

This year, we will commemorate the anniversary of two important events that changed the course of this Nation. On January 1, 1863, the Emancipation Proclamation set the United States on the path of ending slavery. A century later, on August 28, 1963, hundreds of thousands of Americans of every creed, color and background marched in…

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Military Intelligence — this week in history. February 15

Posted February 15, 2013 by Ruth Quinn

USAICoE Command History Office archives The Army experimented with kite aerial photography at Madison Barracks, N.Y., in the 1890s. Feb. 10 – 16, 2013 When the USS Maine blew up in Havana Harbor, Cuba, on Feb. 15, 1898, America was launched into the Spanish American War. This conflict was important in the evolution of military…

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