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USAEPG responds to Army radio test needs

The U.S. Army Electronic Proving Ground, USAEPG, recently completed a vendor qualification event for a new Army radio system.

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HT-JCOE commanders change during June 19 ceremony

More than 75 people were in attendance as outgoing Commander Col. John Boucher, Human Intelligence Training Joint Center of Excellence, passed the command responsibility on to incoming Commander Col. Travis Phillips, during their change of command ceremony on Brown Parade Field June 19.

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Sponsors sought for international military officers

The 304th Military Intelligence Battalion, International Military Student Office is actively seeking sponsors for the Community Friends Program — a hospitality program intended to provide international military officers the opportunity to become acquainted with the American lifestyle.

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111th MI Bde. Soldier, Platoon Sergeant of Year selected, will continue on to TRADOC competition

After four rigorous days of nonstop competition, the 111TH Military Intelligence Brigade and U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Soldier and Platoon Sergeant of the Year have been selected.

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Flyover, fireworks highlight Fourth of July festivities

Those staying in town for the Fourth of July holiday can look forward to a smorgasbord of local activities, including the annual fireworks show and the return of an F-16 flyover.


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News Briefs – May 15, 2015

Posted  May 15, 2015

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

Posted  May 15, 2015

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

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

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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B Troop hosts ribbon-cutting ceremony for new barn

Posted  May 8, 2015

Stephanie Caffall From left, in background, Capt. Joshua Hengst, commander of B Troop, 4th U.S. Cavalry (Memorial), and Pete Criscuolo, first sergeant for B-Troop, stand while Sgt. John Payne of B Troop brings his horse into the newly completed barn structure. The barn is located at Buffalo Corral. Fort Huachuca’s B Troop, 4th U.S. Cavalry…

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Asian/Pacific Heritage Month: “Many Cultures, One Voice: Promote Equality and Inclusion” May 1 – 31, 2015

Posted  May 8, 2015

During the month of May we honor Asian and Pacific Americans for their military service and contributions to the success of our Nation. Despite historic obstacles, Asian and Pacific Americans have persevered and contributed to every aspect of American life. This month, we pay tribute to the tenacity, hope and resolve of Asian and Pacific…

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Bee activity unusually high this spring

Posted  May 8, 2015

Courtesy of SV Police Department Chief Tom Alinen Gilbert Mills removes a swarm of bees that descended on the Sierra Vista Police Department last week. More swarms have been spotted than normal so far this year, possibly due to winter rains in the Sierra Vista area, which spurred early and significant growth of flowering plants….

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Survey shows decline in military sexual assaults

Posted  May 8, 2015

WASHINGTON — An independent survey confirms the prevalence of sexual assault in the military has dropped, Defense Department officials recently said. Statistics in the 2014 RAND Military Workplace Study show the percentage of active-duty women who experienced unwanted sexual contact during the past year declined from 6.1 percent in 2012 to an estimated 4.3 percent…

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Civilian of the Month

Posted  May 8, 2015

Civilian of the Month: Larry Detar Agency: Mission Engineering Directorate, U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command Position and duties: Subject matter expert for Application Security. Develops software to validate network security and answers questions of security of the applications in the field. How long at current assignment: 5 years How long in government service: 22…

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Travel, tourism industry officially recognized this week

Posted  May 8, 2015

Sierra Vista — Governor Doug Ducey, along with the Arizona Office of Tourism, AOT, proclaimed May 2 — 10 as Arizona Travel and Tourism Week, coinciding with the U.S. Travel Association’s National Travel and Tourism Week, giving recognition to Arizona’s top revenue generator and a major employment sector. “I’ve always said that Arizona is a…

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