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Natalie Lakosil Army

Annual Installation Awards Banquet honors top personnel

Natalie Lakosil From left, Maj. Gen. Robert Ashley, commanding general, U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca stands with Fort Huachuca’s 2014 winners: Non-commissioned Officer of the Year, Sgt. Bryan Hudson, 18th Military Police Detachment; Soldier of the Year, Spc. Benjamin Sepulveda, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, U.S. Army Garrison; Marine of the Year, Sgt. Nancy…

Stephanie Caffall Salutes & Awards

Uncasing ceremony formally welcomes 40th ESB Soldiers home

Stephanie Caffall 40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion Command Sgt. Maj. John Reinburg, left, and Battalion Commander Lt. Col. David Thomas begin the uncasing of the battalion colors. The colors signify the homecoming of the 40th ESB. An uncasing ceremony for the homecoming of the 40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion was held Feb. 20, on Fort Huachuca’s Brown…

Courtesy of André Douglas Army

Civilian Expeditionary Workforce offers unique development opportunity to IMCOM employee

Courtesy of André Douglas The Bagram Air Base installation management team — made up of active duty Service members, civilian employees and contractors — pauses for a commemorative photo. SAN ANTONIO — Joining the Civilian Expeditionary Workforce, CEW, took André Douglas from program manager to deputy commander. Douglas, a civilian with the U.S. Army Installation…

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Runion Dental Clinic serves Fort Huachuca active-duty Soldiers

Fort Huachuca’s Runion Dental Clinic provides a variety of dental procedures and does so by following their mission of preventing, preserving and protecting the health of active-duty Service members. Currently the clinic offers several different programs to meet the needs of Soldiers on Fort Huachuca.

Airman 1st Class Tyler Prince DoD

DOD seeks novel ideas to shape its technological future

The Defense Department is seeking novel ideas to shape its future, and officials are looking to industry, small business, academia, start-ups, the public — anyone, really — to boost its ability to prevail against adversaries whose access to technology grows daily.


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Christmas parade attracts thousands at dusk, Saturday

Posted  December 6, 2012

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9972 and the American Legion Post 52 join together in the Sierra Vista Christmas Parade on Saturday evening. Their float displayed large blow up decorations of Santa, a snowman on a motorcycle and a penguin. The Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion provide support for veterans and…

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Military Family Appreciation Night a success

Posted  December 6, 2012

Attendees make choices from the food spread, provided by Thunder Mountain Activity Centre Caterers, which included various items such as fruit, chicken fingers, macaroni and cheese bites and a cheese tray. Army Community Service presented their Military Family Appreciation Night on the evening of Nov. 29 at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre. Service members and…

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Add an app to access TRICARE pharmacy benefits

Posted  December 6, 2012

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — TRICARE beneficiaries have pharmacy options available and accessible in the palm of their hand just by using TRICARE pharmacy contractor Express Script’s enhanced mobile application. The additions let beneficiaries use their smartphone to safely and securely manage their TRICARE pharmacy benefit. The updated app includes medication reminders and an account registration…

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Special needs programs offered, with extra dose of care

Posted  December 6, 2012

Colonel Johnston Elementary School, located here at Fort Huachuca, offers a special needs program for those children, 5 – 9, who require extra assistance outside of the basic classes taught.

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News Briefs – December 6, 2012

Posted  December 6, 2012

Vehicle burglaries on rise In November, the Sierra Vista Police Department saw a 100-percent increase in vehicle burglaries from the same timeframe as last year. Most occurred in apartment complexes and shopping centers where there is a large concentration of vehicles. Based on police reports, most of the vehicles were left unsecured and many of…

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FH celebrates Chanukah tomorrow

Posted  December 6, 2012

On Friday, the Jewish community of Fort Huachuca will celebrate Chanukah at the Main Post Chapel starting at 7 p.m. Chanukah is a Jewish holiday that celebrates religious freedom and national independence. It dates back more than 2,300 years to the land of Judea, where the Jewish people were being ruled by Greek kings. One…

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FMWR Briefs – December 6, 2012

Posted  December 6, 2012

NOEL event Friday, Saturday FMWR will present “NOEL” — Night of Extraordinary Lights — Friday and Saturday from 4 – 11 p.m. at Mountain View Golf Course. This free event is open to everyone. Activities include: hay rides to view holiday light displays, ice skating rink (skates provided), photos with Santa, holiday movies, letters to…

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FMWR lifeguard completes first Ironman

Posted  December 6, 2012

Sarah Tifft, 24, head lifeguard at Barnes Field House and a Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation employee, competed in her first Ironman competition on Nov. 18.

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Community Briefs – December 6, 2012

Posted  December 6, 2012

Cochise Theater closed Effective Saturday, Cochise Theater closed its doors for good and is no longer showing movies. It is still available for official functions. Toys for Tots drive underway The Thunder Mountain Detachment of the Marine Corps League is conducting its fifth annual Toys For Tots campaign now. Drop-off boxes are located at all…

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Chalk Talk, December 6, 2012

Posted  December 6, 2012

Andrea Weigle Sixth-grade student Cierra Scott-Michel, 11, works on a math problem at Colonel Smith Middle School. Colonel Smith Middle School Sixth grade students in Jennifer Truitt-Lewis’s math classes are learning how to add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals. Though adding and subtracting decimals seem to be the easier lessons to master, multiplying and dividing…

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