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Army researchers develop pocket-sized aerial surveillance device

Courtesy photo by United Kingdom Ministry of Defense A British Soldier holds a Prox Dynamics’ PD-100 Black Hornet, a palm-sized miniature helicopter weighing only 16 grams. Researchers with the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center are testing the Black Hornet to provide squad-sized small units with organic intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capability….

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Commissary Value Brand returns for more savings

Defense Commissary Agency Starting in December, the Fort Huachuca Commissary will add Commissary Value Brands to its shelves. FORT LEE, Va. – In response to growing patron demand for products comparable to the low-cost private label items sold in civilian stores, the Defense Commissary Agency is re-energizing an “old friend” known as Commissary Value Brand….

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Fort celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Maci Hidalgo Larry Redhouse performs the “Eagle Dance” during the American Heritage Celebration at the TMAC. This dance signifies the eagle going to the four cardinal directions and it represents the different spiritual directions everyone travels in their lifetime. The Fort Huachuca community gathered at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre Thursday to celebrate Native American…

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Marines: Remembering Greeley — Marine who carried his flag to Iwo Jima

Few events in Marine Corps history are storied as the iconic flag raising on Mt. Suribachi during World War II’s Battle of Iwo Jima.

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CDCs offer numerous options for full, part-time educational childcare

For Fort Huachuca Soldiers and Civilians with children ages 6 weeks to pre-kindergarten, a variety of programs are offered at the New Beginnings and Expanding Horizons Child Development Centers, or CDCs, on post.


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Military Intelligence — this week in history. February 15

Posted  February 15, 2013

USAICoE Command History Office archives The Army experimented with kite aerial photography at Madison Barracks, N.Y., in the 1890s. Feb. 10 – 16, 2013 When the USS Maine blew up in Havana Harbor, Cuba, on Feb. 15, 1898, America was launched into the Spanish American War. This conflict was important in the evolution of military…

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Sierra Vista residents warn of payday loan scam

Posted  February 15, 2013

Since Feb. 4, several Sierra Vista residents have received phone calls from persons claiming to be from a payday loan company threatening the residents that if they did not pay on a delinquent loan, a warrant would be issued for their arrest. Unfortunately, one resident who feared jail time, fell victim to the scam and…

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Cone talks budget cuts, impacts to TRADOC mission, workforce

Posted  February 15, 2013

Sgt. 1st Class Kelly Bridgwater Gen. Robert Cone, commanding general of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, hosted a town hall forum to share information directly with the TRADOC civilian workforce Feb. 7, at Jacob’s Theater on Fort Eustis, Va. Cone told the standing-room only crowd of civilians and supervisors who work in the command’s…

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Presidents Day safety message

Posted  February 15, 2013

Originally, two days in February were set aside to recognize the birthdays of Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Their birthdays were celebrated on February 22 and 12, respectively. Eventually, the holidays were consolidated and this holiday was marked as an opportunity to pay tribute to the contributions and accomplishments of our commanders-in-chief, both past…

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At the Crossroads of Freedom and Equality: The Emancipation and the March on Washington

Posted  February 15, 2013

This year, we will commemorate the anniversary of two important events that changed the course of this Nation. On January 1, 1863, the Emancipation Proclamation set the United States on the path of ending slavery. A century later, on August 28, 1963, hundreds of thousands of Americans of every creed, color and background marched in…

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National Prayer Breakfast helps reaffirm faith

Posted  February 15, 2013

Traditions are something most people treasure. Some of them help keep Americans grounded and in touch with the ideals upon which the United States was formed. With the nation currently dealing with various crises at home and abroad, following traditions and a higher spiritual awareness seem more important to many people. Not even inclement weather…

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Forty companies to take part in FH technology expo Wednesday

Posted  February 22, 2013

The annual Fort Huachuca technology expo will showcase cyber security, video teleconferencing, encryption technology and more on Wednesday at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre, here. The free event will have 40 companies on hand providing live demonstrations in the latest technology from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. “It’s a great buffet of technology … we…

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Community Briefs – February 22, 2013

Posted  February 22, 2013

Public tax assistance available Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, or VITA, sites are available for free tax preparation and electronic filing, offer Internal Revenue Service certified tax preparers, asset development and savings products and services. Sites are available at Cochise County Workforce Development and Goodwill Industries. Those with household incomes under $57,000 can file federal and…

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Cochise County high schools go head-to-head in culinary arts cook-off

Posted  February 22, 2013

The second annual Culinary Arts Cook-Off, sponsored by Cochise College, was held on Wednesday at the Fort Huachuca Education Center Annex and included seven Cochise County high school teams.

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FMWR Briefs – February 22, 2013

Posted  February 22, 2013

Murr to host Texas Hold’em Murr Community Center will host Texas Hold’em the last Saturday of each month starting at 6 p.m., beginning tomorrow. Admission is free, but players must be 18 or older to attend. Enjoy a pay-as-you-go beer bar, and win prizes. For more information, call 533.2404. Don’t miss ‘old skool night’ at…

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