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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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Fit for Life: Army Performance Triad is like three-legged stool

The title of this article involves the parable of the three-legged stool. Such an item is very sturdy, and capable of supporting great loads, but take just one leg away and it becomes precarious.

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Homes await military Families: MVC has available housing in most post neighborhoods

Jolene Cooper, MVC A currently unoccupied home in Miles Manor 1 is available to a Family of a Service member E1 through E-6. Unlike most homes in that housing area, it is a single unit. All nearby homes are located less than a block from a playground, a feature that could appeal to Families with…

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Native Americans place special honor in military service

Gary Sheftick Mary Hudetz, editor-in-chief of Native Peoples Magazine and president of the Native American Journalists Association, speaks to reporters and students at the Defense Information School, during the Defense Media Activity’s Native American Heritage Month observance, Nov. 13, at Fort Meade, Md. FORT MEADE, Md. — All 566 Native American tribes across the country…


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

Posted  November 26, 2014

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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FH hosts Family Hawaiian Luau Night in appreciation of military Families

Posted  November 26, 2014

The men put on a humorous show during the luau. The crowd full of children laughed hysterically and the winner was chosen by how loudly they cheered for each hula dancer.   Children show their moves on the dance floor during Family Hawaiian Luau Night at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre Nov. 20. The event…

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

Posted  November 26, 2014

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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News Briefs November 26, 2014

Posted  November 26, 2014

DOD Civilians have new website Department of Defense announced a new Human Resources Website for DOD Civilians. DOD civilian employees now have a new, interactive online destination for their human resource-related information — MyBiz+. The website is based on the principle of simplicity: easy to access, navigate, and understand, and more intuitive and interactive. Two…

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FMWR Briefs – November 26, 2014

Posted  November 26, 2014

Christmas trees available for military Families The Christmas SPIRIT Foundation, the FedEx Corp and FMWR will present free Christmas Trees for Troops® Dec. 5 and 6 (only if trees remain) at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre parking lot. The trees are donated by more than 800 Christmas tree growers from across the United States. They…

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Fit for Life: Army Performance Triad is like three-legged stool

Posted  November 26, 2014

The title of this article involves the parable of the three-legged stool. Such an item is very sturdy, and capable of supporting great loads, but take just one leg away and it becomes precarious.

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Community Briefs November 26, 2014

Posted  November 26, 2014

Recycle cooking oil, grease after Thanksgiving Recycle post-Thanksgiving cooking oil and grease at one of the two City of Sierra Vista year-round grease collection sites, free of charge. Used cooking grease and oil is recycled into bio-diesel. Pour leftover holiday oil and grease into a container, secure the lid, and then take it to one…

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Homes await military Families: MVC has available housing in most post neighborhoods

Posted  November 21, 2014

Jolene Cooper, MVC A currently unoccupied home in Miles Manor 1 is available to a Family of a Service member E1 through E-6. Unlike most homes in that housing area, it is a single unit. All nearby homes are located less than a block from a playground, a feature that could appeal to Families with…

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Presidential Proclamation — National Native American Heritage Month, 2014

Posted  November 21, 2014

NATIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH, 2014 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION Every year, our Nation pauses to reflect on the profound ways the First Americans have shaped our country’s character and culture. The first stewards of our environment, early voices for the values that define our Nation, and models…

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Garrison commander conducts Ebola Awareness Town Halls

Posted  November 21, 2014

The Fort Huachuca U.S. Army Garrison commander conducted two Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Awareness Town Halls Nov. 13 at Murr Community Center to ensure all Installation Management Command (IMCOM) personnel are knowledgeable about the disease, its origins and spread. Col. Thomas A. Boone addressed attendees about the mandatory IMCOM Ebola training requirement, and said the…

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