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EPG celebrates 60 years, new small arc structure dedicated

Maranda Flynn From left, Rob Reiner, former Electronic Proving Ground technical director, Eddie Flores, EPG’s youngest employee, and Maj. Gen. Peter Utley, commanding general, U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command, cut the cake during the EPG 60th Anniversary ceremony on Tuesday at the Intelligence Systems Integration Laboratory. More than 200 people gathered to celebrate the…

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IMCOM welcomes new commander

USAF Photo by Joel Martinez Army Lt. Gen. David Halverson, left, accepts the colors from Army Gen. John Campbell, center, Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, and assumes duties as commanding general of the U.S. Army Installation Management Command and assistant chief of staff for Installation Management as outgoing IMCOM commander Lt. Gen. Mike…

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DoD salutes children during Military Child Month

Tanja Linton Two and 1/2 year old Avie views the Sierra Vista Farmer’s Market from the arms of her dad, Capt. Jeremy Larson of Company A, 304th Military Intelligence Battalion, at Veterans’ Memorial Park April 3. This month, the Month of the Military Child, helps remind people of the sacrifices military children have to make…

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Electronic books playing bigger role in SVPL

Librarians are asked all the time whether they think print books will go away, and they always answer with a resounding, ‘No!’ The media loves to portray extremes, but the reality of the situation is that outliers always exist. In this case, there are people out there who only read books electronically, and a far…

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Military Intelligence – this week in history April 11, 2014

Following the end of the conflict in Vietnam, the Army Intelligence field was facing a difficult time of introspection and dwindling resources, compounded by harsh criticism from a review panel ordered by the chief of staff.


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News Briefs – July 5, 2012

Posted  July 5, 2012

Fire danger level closes canyons These next few weeks are historically the hottest of the year. Based on fuel moisture and indices, the Coronado National Forest, Sierra Vista Ranger District, is at the “Extreme” fire danger level, hence Fort Huachuca also moved its posture to “Extreme.” Therefore all Fort Huachuca Canyons are closed. For more…

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FMWR – July 5, 2012

Posted  July 5, 2012

Public invited to UFC match Murr Community Center invites everyone to come and watch the Ultimate Fighting Championship match, Silva vs. Sonnen, Saturday. Doors open at 3 p.m. Admission is free. A pay-as-you-go beer bar will be available, and the Café will be open. For more information, call 533.2404.   TMAC will host Zumba party/Latin…

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Explore Old Post Cemetery

Posted  July 5, 2012

Many people think they have to travel far from home to get away and explore, but there’s a lot to do in the Sierra Vista area. The ‘staycation’ is a trend that became popular when gas prices began their dramatic rise — taking vacations that require no travel except for day trips to destinations close to home.

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Eagles concert wraps up MI anniversary events

Posted  July 5, 2012

On a warm summer evening, on a trip down a dark desert highway, the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation presented “Hotel California — A Salute to the Eagles” at Barnes Field House...

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Community Briefs – July 5, 2012

Posted  July 5, 2012

Prescott museum joins Blue Star Museums  Sharlot Hall Museum has joined the Blue Star Museum program, offering free admission to all active duty military personnel and their families through Labor Day. The program is a partnership involving the National Endowment of the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense and more than 1,500 museums…

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New school prepares for August opening

Posted  July 5, 2012

Megan Brown, project engineer for Turner; Tony Wall, founder 3W Management; and Colonel Smith Middle School Principal Robert Henderson inspect a table at the new school this week.

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Change of command brings in new USAG commander

Posted  June 28, 2012

It was a bittersweet moment as one commander said his goodbyes and another was welcomed by the crowd that gathered on historic Brown Parade Field early Tuesday morning. Col. Timothy Faulkner...

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Army Reserve Soldiers conduct QLLEX at Fort Huachuca

Posted  June 28, 2012

Army Reserve Soldiers are giving Defense Logistics Agency civilian contractors a break throughout the U.S. from San Pedro, Calif., to Fort Bragg, N.C., and points in between. More than 370 Army Reserve...

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Celebrating our Nation’s birthday; Army Safe is Army Strong!

Posted  June 28, 2012

In 1776, our forefathers banded together to begin an experiment in democracy that few predicted would evolve into our Nation today. Through the 236 years since, American Soldiers have selflessly and courageously defended our liberties.

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Health & Safety

FH May water use is almost 15 percent lower than last May

Posted  June 28, 2012

The water on Fort Huachuca pumped during May is 28,752,000 gallons, or 88 acre-feet, and is equivalent to 0.927 million gallons per day. The May pumpage is 14.6 percent less than the water pumped in May 2011, 103 acre-feet, and is 62 percent less than the 30-year (1982-2012) May average of 233 acre-feet. An acre-foot…

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