Events

June 7, 2012

News Briefs June 7, 2012

Employer meet-and-greet

There will be an employer meet-and-greet today from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Sandy Basin Community Center.  This event is open to transitioning military members, veterans, family members, and the Fort Irwin community.  Come meet representatives from local employers with current openings and get guidance on their hiring processes.  For more information, call 380-5165.

 

Azusa Pacific University visit

A representative from Azusa Pacific University will visit the Fort Irwin Army Education Center, Bldg. 1020, to answer questions and provide information from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today.  For more information, call 380-4218.

 

Money management class

There will be a money management class tomorrow from 1-3 p.m. in the conference room of Bldg. 109.  Participants will learn the tools necessary for managing their finances, investments, ways to save money, consumer rights, and living within their means.  This class is free, but please call 380-9194 to confirm time and location.  No appointment is necessary.  

 

Monday Madness at Strike Zone

Strike Zone Bowling Center hosts Monday Madness each Monday after 6 p.m. Come enjoy low prices, specials, and more.  For more information, visit Strike Zone, or call 380-4249. 




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Gustavo Bahena

Flying Tigers activated

Gustavo Bahena The 2916th Aviation Battalion commander, Lt. Col. William Garber (right), hands a guidon to Capt. Jesse DeJaynes during a unit activation ceremony here, Oct. 16. DeJaynes leads the newly activated unit – B ...
 
 

Celebrating pride, spirit

From the Aleutian Islands to the Florida everglades, American Indians and Alaska Natives have contributed immensely to our country’s heritage. They have enhanced our nation through contributions in the fields of art, science, education, business and our military. Native Americans have bravely served and participated with distinction in U.S. military actions for more than 200...
 
 

Honoring cultural differences

National Hispanic Heritage Month, a celebration of the contributions and accomplishments of America’s Hispanic community, is celebrated from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. In recognition of this year’s celebration, Weed Army Community Hospital and the National Training Center’s EO/EEO Office hosted “Hispanics, A Legacy of History, A Present of Action and a Future of Success,”...
 

 

Soldier, leader, Veteran

The Veterans Day observance provides the country an opportunity to recognize the contributions of past and current servicemembers, but it also gives Soldiers a chance to reflect on experiences and people who have impacted a career in defense of the United States of America. Deployment experiences, friends and family have been a huge influence in...
 
 

Sustainability involves repairs, latest technology, planning for future

The Directorate of Public Works here strives to keep this post, not only operational, but modern for personnel to conduct the mission of the National Training Center. In the past two fiscal years, DPW has been involved with numerous projects that continue the sustainability and upgrading of the installation, said DPW Director Mohammed Bari. Installation...
 
 
Photo courtesy of Lelan Daines

Ten-Miler team places fourth in division

Photo courtesy of Lelan Daines Fort Irwin Soldiers took fourth in their division at the 30th Army Ten-Miler road-race near Washington D.C., Oct. 11. A team of eight Soldiers placed fourth in a mix (male and female) division whi...
 




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