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A local take on America’s PrepareAthon!

Over the month of April events have been taking place nationwide to help ensure America’s preparedness in the event of an emergency. America’s PrepareAthon is a grassroots movement that highlights the importance of preparedness for reacting to any sort of emergency situation. “The U.S. Army has teamed up with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or…

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Second ‘Take Back Night’ hosted at Cochise College

Stephanie Caffall Rick Mueller, mayor, City of Sierra Vista, spoke at the Take Back the Night event and encouraged the community to put an end to sexual assault and harassment. Fort Huachuca and the Sierra Vista community joined together in hosting the second Take Back the Night event 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at the Cochise College…

Stephanie Caffall Salutes & Awards

Installation Retirement Ceremony honors retirees

Stephanie Caffall Fourteen Soldiers, one Department of Army Civilian and their guests await the formal recognition portion of the Installation Retirement Ceremony Friday on Brown Parade Field. Fort Huachuca honored 14 Soldiers and one Department of Army Civilian for their dedication to duty in its third quarter Installation Retirement Ceremony Friday on Brown Parade Field….

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Holocaust Remembrance Day Observance reminds crowd of valuable lessons

Natalie Lakosil Lily Brull, Holocaust survivor, receives a poem, flowers and homemade Challah bread from Malachi, 4, and Kayalynn Fiddes, 8, after speaking about her experience as a Holocaust survivor. Lily Brull was only 10 years old when her family had to leave everything they knew behind them to escape the German soldiers in Antwerp,…

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

U.S., Britain agree to share communications intelligence U.S. Army photo Maj. Melvin C. Helfers evaluated ULTRA, or Special Intelligence, and presented it to Gen. George Patton. The BRUSA Agreement severely restricted access to ULTRA to only the most highly placed officers via Special Branch liaison officers. The importance of Communications Intelligence, or COMINT, in the…


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Jaguar Jog gets families running together

Posted  March 27, 2015

Colonel Johnston Elementary School held their second Jaguar Jog outside of Eifler Fitness Center on Saturday to promote healthy lifestyles, including a 5- and 10- kilometer run, along with a 1-mile Family Fun Run and Family Fit Fest.

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News Briefs – March 27, 2015

Posted  March 27, 2015

Safety Office issues product safety recalls Fort Huachuca Safety Office personnel are notifying the post community of the following product safety recalls issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission at www.cspc.gov. This week the following recalls went into effect: Spinrite Recalls Bernat-Tizzy Yarn due to entanglement hazard; and CreaMiser refrigerated creamer dispensers recalled by WhiteWave…

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Lent, Passover & Easter at Fort Huachuca

Posted  March 27, 2015

Catholic Stations of the Cross Followed by soup & bread supper Today and March 27 (Main Post Chapel) Palm/Passion Sunday March 29, 8:30 a.m. (Main Post Chapel March 29, 6:30 p.m. (Prosser Chapel) TRIDUUM Holy Thursday Mass April 2, 7 p.m. (Main Post Chapel) Good Friday Service, Adoration of the Cross April 3, 7 p.m….

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FMWR Briefs – March 27, 2015

Posted  March 27, 2015

Right Arm Night — don’t miss out The next Right Arm Night is set to start at 4 p.m. today at Thunder Mountain Activity Centre. Enjoy free finger foods, a pay-as-you-go bar, and win prizes in several drawings and contests. Right Arm Night is free and open to all, including Soldiers, civilians, retirees and family…

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Celebrate National Nutrition Month by making changes to your diet

Posted  March 27, 2015

March is National Nutrition Month and an ideal time to focus on what we eat.

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Masterful performances propel chefs to victory

Posted  March 20, 2015

Staff Sgt. Kelvin Ringold Staff Sgt. Matthew Flemister, Network Enterprise Technology Command, finishes plating his seasonal pork entrée during the Military Masters Champion category of the 40th annual Military Culinary Arts Competitive Training Event. After the judges critiqued and tasted each of the contestant’s presentations, Flemister ultimately won the gold medal in the category. FORT…

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Presidential Proclamation — Women’s History Month WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH, 2015 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Posted  March 20, 2015

A PROCLAMATION Throughout history, extraordinary women have fought tirelessly to broaden our democracy’s reach and help perfect our Union. Through protest and activism, generations of women have appealed to the values at the heart of our Nation and fought to give meaning to the idea that we are all created equal. As today’s women and…

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USAG CSM relinquishes responsibility here

Posted  March 20, 2015

Stephanie Caffall From left, Command Sgt. Maj. Lavander Wilkerson holds the non-commissioned officer sword of responsibility and prepares to hand it to Command Sgt. Maj. James Ramsey, outgoing U.S. Army Garrison command sergeant major, as Col. Thomas A. Boone, USAG commander, watches. Ramsey relinquished his responsibility to the United States Army Garrison during a relinquishment…

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AUSA Army male Athlete of Year

Posted  March 20, 2015

Natalie Lakosil Maj. Brian Hayes, 305th Military Intelligence Battalion, ran every day of calendar year 2014, totaling 2,000 miles over the 365 days. Maj. Brian Hayes, executive officer, 305th Military Intelligence Battalion, has run over 7,000 miles in the past three years. His running, among other achievements, has led him to his most recent accomplishment…

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Avoid contact, report any unexploded ordnance findings

Posted  March 20, 2015

Courtesy photos This unexploded ordnance was discovered on Fort Huachuca’s Range 11 a little more than two weeks ago in an area where prescribed burning had taken place. When an unexploded WWII-era 60mm mortar was discovered on Range 11 in an area that recently underwent a prescribed burn here, a specially trained explosive ordnance disposal…

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