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Army releases latest policies on female hairstyles, tattoos

Lisa Ferdinando 1st Sgt. Aki Paylor won’t have any trouble recalling the Warrior Ethos. “For me, the Warrior Ethos — that’s who I am.” Since all of Paylor’s tattoos were done a number of years ago, he’s grandfathered in. WASHINGTON — The Army published revisions to Army Regulation 670-1, its policy for “Wear and Appearance…

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Fort Huachuca Community remembers the fallen

Soldiers place the wreaths for the Patriot Day Ceremony at Brown Parade Field on Fort Huachuca Sept. 11. The wreaths honored all who fell during the 9/11 attacks on the U.S. Fort Huachuca firefighters raise the American Flag at Brown Parade Field Sept. 11, during the Patriot Day Ceremony on post. Service members, first responders…

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NETCOM honors deceased members during special ceremony

Photos by Eric Hortin, NETCOM From left, Maj. Gen. John Morrison Jr., Network Enterprise Technology Command commanding general, Command Sgt. Maj. Stephfon Watson, NETCOM command sergeant major, and Spc. Kyle Baker, NETCOM Headquarters, place a wreath before the replica of the Liberty Bell in the Cove of Remembrance in Greely Hall Sept. 12. The wreath…

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World Suicide Prevention Day Candlelight Vigil held in SV

Photos by Jen Monson The Buena High School Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Color Guard present the colors during the World Suicide Prevention Day Candlelight Vigil, Sept. 10, at Sierra Vista’s Veterans’ Memorial Park. In recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day, Sept. 10, the Sierra Vista Community Coalition partnered with Fort Huachuca Suicide Prevention Program…

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

Col. Harvey Cook: one of “Boys of Pointe du Hoc” Courtesy photo Harvey Cook was Rudder’s confidant and the 2nd Ranger Battalion’s intelligence and operations officer, 1943-1945. When President Ronald Reagan stood beside the monument to the 2nd Ranger Battalion on the 40th anniversary of D-Day, he said, “One by one, the Rangers pulled themselves…


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Fort Huachuca represents Army in 12K Cross Country Championships

Posted  January 19, 2013

Capt. Ken Foster, Company A 304th Military Intelligence Battalion, was selected to participate in the 2013 Cross Country Championships in St. Louis, Mo., on Feb. 2.

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Chalk Talk – January 18, 2013

Posted  January 19, 2013

Chelsea Bovara Students learn through listening  Chelsea Bovara’s 4th grade class is currently learning about different important people in history. People in the community and other teachers and Myer School staff volunteer to come in and read to the class. Here, Maria Andruszka, teacher’s aide, reads to the students about Paul Revere. General Myer Elementary…

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Community Briefs – January 18, 2013

Posted  January 19, 2013

Headling this week's events, the National Danish Performance Team will visit Fort Huachuca as one stop on their world tour, presenting a performance of their new show “ZOOM,” Feb. 6, at Barnes Field House. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the performance begins at 7 p.m.

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New DFAC opens doors, offers specialty items to Soldiers

Posted  January 11, 2013

Fort Huachuca’s new and modern Weinstein Village Dining Facility, or DFAC, opened its doors for the grand opening on Jan. 3, replacing the older Yardley and Miss Virginia Hall DFACs. The building was completed in 2011 after 1.5 years of construction. Due to cost restraints, the 32,000 square-foot facility has been unused, until now. There…

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Intelligence center develops Biometrically Enabled Intelligence to support warfighter

Posted  January 11, 2013

Paul Moruza By scanning a person’s iris and taking fingerprints, deployed Soldiers are able to identify whether or not an individual is recorded as having participated in insurgent activities. CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — It has been said that eyes are the windows to a person’s soul. Additionally though, they are also the gateway to a person’s…

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Increase in Social Security withholding will little affect Soldier pay

Posted  January 11, 2013

C. Todd Lopez This year, Soldiers and most civilians will see an increase in the amount of their pay withheld for Social Security. The withholding has increased from 4.2 percent to 6.2 percent. But for Soldiers, the change in Social Security withholding may not have a noticeable effect on their take-home pay. WASHINGTON — This…

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Take these 10 steps to avoid fraud

Posted  January 11, 2013

International scam artists use clever schemes to defraud millions of people across the globe each year, threatening financial security and generating substantial profits for criminal organizations and common crooks. They use phone, email, postal mail, and the Internet to cross geographic boundaries and trick victims into sending money or giving out personal information. While con…

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ACS offers special classes during 2013

Posted  January 11, 2013

Army Community Service will offer a parenting support group on Thursdays beginning on Jan. 24 until Feb. 28 from 11 a.m. – noon. Classes will focus on discipline and communication skill-building for parents with children of all ages. Learn new parenting strategies that work. Mindfulness Group will be held at noon on Wednesdays for 45…

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Military Intelligence — this week in history: January 11, 2012

Posted  January 11, 2013

Kuwaiti civilians trained in basic combat skills in Operation Desert Owl USAICoE History Office archives Kuwaiti volunteers learn how to become soldiers in January 1991. Jan. 7, 1991 With the outbreak of the first Gulf War, the Army realized it had a shortage of U.S. Soldiers proficient in Arabic. The Kuwaiti government, therefore, agreed to…

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