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Allied Soldiers influenced the creation of Berlin’s popular street food snack

It is a street food so iconic it has its own flavor of potato chips, a song, Google doodle and a museum.

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Army has ally in Natick lab

Courtesy Photo Secretary of the Army John McHugh, left, learns about the hypobaric chamber at the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine during a March 15, 2012, visit to Natick Soldier Systems Center in Massachusetts. Not far outside Boston lies one of the most important facilities in the U.S. Army, the Natick Soldier Systems…

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Army test successful on UAV jammer payload NERO

Doug McDaniel, PM UAS View of the NERO jamming payload attached to a Gray Eagle. NERO stands for Networked Electronic Warfare Remotely Operated.

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Fogt visits children at Seifert SAC

Capt. Chris Fogt, an officer currently attending the Military Intelligence Captain’s Career Course here and who recently won a bronze medal during the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, shows his medal to children in the eight-year-old class at the Seifert School-Age Center July 3. Children were also allowed to hold the medal and…

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

Colonel Charles Young: Buffalo Soldier and Intelligence Officer Courtesy Photo As a major and then Lieutenant Colonel, Charles Young served with the 10th Cavalry during the Punitive Expedition into Mexico in 1916. This article was originally run in the June 7, 2007 edition of the Fort Huachuca Scout. It is reprinted here as a reminder…


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Military Intelligence — this week in history February 8, 2013

Posted  February 8, 2013

Courtesy photo — Sisler Family 1st Lt. George Sisler was stationed in Vietnam. MI lieutenant killed in Vietnam, awarded Medal of Honor Feb. 7, 1967 Some military officers are destined to be heroes, and 1st Lt. George Sisler seemed destined to be among their ranks. First Lieutenant George Sisler received the Medal of Honor, posthumously,…

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Divisions will get nine Gray Eagles to train, but deploy with 12

Posted  February 8, 2013

The Army plans additional Gray Eagle units, one for each of 10 active-duty divisions, and several more for special operations units, aerial exploitation units and the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif.

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Four ways to lower risk of heart disease

Posted  February 8, 2013

One out of every four women dies from heart disease in the United States, according to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. It’s the top killer of U.S. women and men. Heart disease begins with damage to the lining inside the heart’s arteries. Certain factors contribute to this damage, including smoking, high cholesterol, high…

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SecArmy orders ‘Ready and Resilient Campaign’

Posted  February 8, 2013

WASHINGTON — Secretary of the Army John McHugh Monday directed that programs from resilience training to suicide prevention be part of a wide-ranging “Ready and Resilient Campaign” plan, which will launch later this month. During a press conference at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., McHugh said he’s looked at 47 recommendations from an Army-wide Behavioral Health…

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Community Briefs – February 8, 2013

Posted  February 8, 2013

FH maintenance vehicles display photos of missing children Poster pictures of missing children are now featured on the back of Fort Huachuca public works maintenance vehicles. EMCOR Government Services vehicles each carry a poster with the image of a local missing child. Posters will change monthly to feature a different missing youth. Those with information…

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FMWR Briefs – February 8, 2013

Posted  February 8, 2013

BOSS plans trip to Renaissance Fest Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers, or BOSS, has planned a trip to the Arizona Renaissance Festival for Feb. 16. Ticket cost is $19, and BOSS will provide transportation. They will leave Murr Community Center at 6 a.m. and return around 9:30 p.m. For more information, call 538.8252 or Murr…

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Danes invade desert with good will as objective

Posted  February 8, 2013

Although it was neither a territorial battle nor raid for plunder, a group of Danish gymnastics warriors captured the attention and stole the hearts of spectators during a live performance of their show, “Zoom!” at Barnes Field House on Wednesday evening.

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Army dominates 2013 Armed Forces Cross Country Championship

Posted  February 8, 2013

The All Army Men and Women’s Cross Country Teams captured Gold in the team competitions at the 2013 Armed Forces Cross Country Championship, Saturday, in St. Louis, Mo. The All Army Men also took a clean medal sweep — gold, silver and bronze — in the individual Open 12K competition at the Armed Forces Championship…

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Community Briefs – February 8, 2013

Posted  February 8, 2013

Audition for play The Illegitimate Theater Company, Inc. will conduct auditions for their upcoming spring production of Joseph Kesselring’s “Arsenic and Old Lace.” Auditions will be held at Sulpher Springs Valley Electric Coop on Monday at 6 p.m. Men and women 20 – 65 are needed along with anyone wanting to understudy any of the…

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Chalk Talk – February 8, 2013

Posted  February 8, 2013

General Myer Elementary School Physical education teacher and coach, Mr. Vaznonis, is proud to announce that the students who participate in the voluntary Myer School Running Club have achieved over 3,000 miles. These students have run the equivalent of crossing the United States and are now on their way back. Congratulations to the students and…

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