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Operation Gratitude delivers care packages to Fort Irwin

Operation Gratitude delivered 100 care packages to Soldiers of the National Training Center and Fort Irwin, Aug. 8.

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MST and MCSC say no to bullying

Fort Irwin’s Middle School and Teen Center received a grant of $2,451 to assist an anti-bullying campaign during a check presentation here, July 22.

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Tortoise alert

The desert tortoise represents the epitome of a survivor.

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Sesame Street comes to Fort Irwin

The furry cast of the Sesame Street/USO Experience entertained and connected with local military kids here, at the Freedom Fitness Center, Aug. 13.

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Setting the tone for the school year

On a cool, summer day children and parents traveled the sidewalks and drove the streets of Fort Irwin as they headed back to school, Aug. 7.


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Human intelligence collectors play key role in NTC training

Posted  August 23, 2012

The role of human intelligence is growing ever more important as the enemy shift to lower tech means of communications. Human intelligence collectors, or 35 Ms at the Military Intelligence Company, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment provide the training in tactical questioning for rotational training units at the National Training Center...

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Wildcats snag another championship

Posted  April 5, 2013

Fort Irwin Middle School basketball teams top High Desert Athletic League Fort Irwin Middle School basketball teams for girls and boys have done it again. They both took first place in the High Desert Athletic League for the 2012-2013 season. The girl’s team has won the championship three years in a row and the boys…

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Advice for prospective owners includes choosing pets with care

Posted  March 24, 2012

Pet overpopulation is a sad reality in the U.S. Up to 7 million animals enter U.S. shelters every year, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Of this number, about 60 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats are euthanized, and less than two percent of cats…

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What do to when your household goods get damaged in transit

Posted  October 4, 2012

You just arrived to Fort Irwin. You are very happy that your household goods have just arrived – finally, a bed to sleep on. As the movers are unpacking, you notice damage to your furniture. Later when you are unpacking your boxes, you notice that many items are broken. What do you do? The number…

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A merger for the better

Posted  September 6, 2012

The Cactus Corner CDC is a state-of-the-art Child Development Center where patrons will find a modern facility with rooms equipped with furnishing, materials, and equipment that are age appropriate for their children.

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BG Martin 19th commander of NTC and Fort Irwin

Posted  March 1, 2013

The National Training Center and Fort Irwin welcomed the arrival of its new commander during a change of command ceremony, here, Feb. 21. Brigadier Gen. Ted Martin took command as he received the NTC colors from Gen. David Rodriguez, commander of United States Army Forces Command.

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What employers can do to break the gossip cycle

Posted  May 3, 2013

While regulating gossip can be very difficult, there are some things that employers can do to minimize negative gossiping and rumor mongering in the workplace: Communicate regularly and consistently with employees. Regular communication minimizes the influence and need for gossip because everyone is “in-the-know.” A communication vacuum is a breeding ground for gossip. Discourage gossip…

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Article 32(b) provides Soldiers with UCMJ rights

Posted  May 3, 2013

SJA, NTC and Fort Irwin It is very important for Soldiers to know their rights when being accused of committing a crime under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Soldiers’ rights are most commonly referred to as “Article 32(b) rights” and can be found in the UCMJ. Briefly, these rights are: (1) the right to…

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Bad decisions

Posted  May 3, 2013

SJA, NTC and Fort Irwin People today like to make light of the things people do and say after they’ve had too much to drink. Most people probably laughed when Vince Vaughn’s character in the movie “Wedding Crashers” said, “let’s get drunk and make some bad decisions,” as if it was something to brag about….

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Healthy equal opportunity environment key in unit readiness

Posted  May 3, 2013

This country was founded on the basic values of freedom, dignity, respect, and opportunity for all. In an ongoing struggle to ensure that these rights are enjoyed by all, we must continue to educate each other on the importance of equal opportunity. Values, attitudes and prejudices gained before enlistment or commissioning do not automatically dissolve…

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