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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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Students perform in Missoula Children’s Theatre’s ‘Treasure Island’

Fifty-seven children took to the stage July 7-Saturday as they participated in the Missoula Children’s Theatre production of “Treasure Island” in the Colonel Johnston Elementary auditorium.


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New field grade, senior officer housing area opens

Posted  October 4, 2012

  Fort Huachuca’s Garrison Commander, Col. Dan McFarland, along with Michael’s Military Housing and R.L. Workman Homes joined Col. and Mrs. Kenneth McCreary (center) in the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of their new residence signifying the opening of Fort Huachuca’s Signal Village Tuesday morning. This field grade and senior officer housing area has 44 homes with…

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News Briefs – October 4, 2012

Posted  October 4, 2012

Ditch bank stabilization project underway The Directorate of Public Works began work on the Hatfield Street Ditch Bank Stabilization project located east of Weinstein Village along the north side of Hatfield Street. This project includes placing gabion baskets in the ditch along the roadside bank and large rocks in the channel. The work is expected…

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FMWR Briefs – October 2, 2012

Posted  October 4, 2012

FCC seeks child care providers The Fort Huachuca Family Child Care Program staff is looking for people who want to earn an income while they stay at home and raise their children. An average FCC Provider earns at least $490 per child per month. Providers need not live on Fort Huachuca to become part of…

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Festival was fun time for all

Posted  October 4, 2012

In spite of rainy beginnings, Fort Huachuca’s 2012 Fun Festival proved to be an event enjoyed by hundreds after the skies cleared in time for the weekend. Fifty-seven people and 50 dogs took part in Saturday’s Mutt March at Veterans’ Memorial Park, and the three competitors in this year’s “Rising Star” competition took to the…

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Community Briefs – October 4, 2012

Posted  October 4, 2012

Learn more about SV history The Serra Vista Historical Society dedicated a 15th historical plaque for its “A New Twist on ‘Then’; Sierra Vista’s Historical Places” in celebration of Sierra Vista’s 50 years of history. It features Sue and Herb’s Drive-In, 750 E. Fry Boulevard. Those interested in learning more about the City’s local history…

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B Troop ribbons at nationals

Posted  October 4, 2012

Rod Preuss, B Troop, 4th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (Memorial), rides Sabre through the pistol course while firing at a balloon during the National Cavalry Competition at Fort Riley, Kan. Sept. 19 – 22. About 70 people, including five military cavalry units and re-enactors, participated in what has become a major military cavalry competition which focuses…

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Retired NFL player speaks about seeking help for mental illness

Posted  September 27, 2012

Retired national football league player and mixed martial arts fighter, Herschel Walker, visited Fort Huachuca Sept. 20 to discuss the importance of seeking help for mental illness. Walker, who is diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder or multiple personalities, visits installations, speaking with Soldiers about the importance of asking for help. “There is no shame in…

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TRADOC commander describes key initiatives, stresses importance of lessons learned in battle

Posted  September 27, 2012

FORT BENNING, Ga. — “Supporting the current fight,” was among the three areas of focus Gen. Robert Cone, commanding general of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, conveyed to Soldiers and defense industry leaders during this year’s Maneuver Conference in Columbus, Ga., Sept. 18. The annual Maneuver Conference is hosted by the Maneuver Center…

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Fees set to change for CYS

Posted  September 27, 2012

Effective Monday, a change in fees will be implemented by the Department of Defense for Child, Youth and School Services. The fee changes will affect children enrolled in child development centers, school age care and family childcare, middle school teen programs, SkiesUnlimited, instructional programs and Youth Sports and Fitness. A letter was released to patrons…

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Increased bear sightings mean FH residents, personnel must be vigilant

Posted  September 27, 2012

Keith Hitchins, Range Control A bear in Garden Canyon eats a meal from a cooler after the animal chased off the Soldier it belonged to. When camping or picnicking outdoors, leave food out only long enough to eat it. Store the cooler in the trunk of the car before and after dining. Recently Fort Huachuca…

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