Lee employee, retiree explore U.S. miilitary desert uniforms in book

Story by Terrance Bell on 03/02/2017 FORT LEE, Va. (March 2, 2017) -- Thanks to the generosity of military members who literally gave up the uniforms they wore on their backs, Alexander Barnes and Kevin Born have successfully authored a new book that is educating readers on the nuances of
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Big Red One' honors Desert Storm Soldiers with berm breach

Story by SPC Elizabeth Payne on 02/28/2017 "Big Red One" Soldiers and veterans from Desert Storm met for reveille and then ran through a simulated berm on Custer Hill during the 26th Anniversary of the Breaching of the Berm event Feb. 24 at Fort Riley. Often referred to as the
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Over two centuries of military service honored at Celebration of Service

Story by SSG Christopher McCullough on 12/13/2016 FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii - On December 13 family, friends, and colleagues of eight U.S. Army Soldiers came together at historic Palm Circle, Fort Shafter, Hawaii, for a ceremonial expression of appreciation and gratitude for their combined 204 years of federal service to the
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U.S. Army South Hosts Quarterly Prayer Luncheon

By Capt. Kimberly Farmer Mendez Army South Public Affairs JBSA-FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas U.S. Army South Soldiers, Civilians and Family members gathered for a prayer luncheon at the Fort Sam Houston Golf Club, July 20. The command hosts a prayer luncheon each quarter, giving Army South family members of different
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'Rocky:' nonagenarian's legacy built around knowledge, compassion, hard truths

Story by Terrance Bell on 07/07/2016 FORT LEE, Va. (July 7, 2016) -- Attributes such as dedication, passion and sacrifice are heralded expectations of career service members, arguably associated with the belief one's decision to serve long term is based on among a list of other factors the love for
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Joint bridging operation at Exercise Anakonda 16

Story by SSG Debra Richardson on 06/08/2016 Soldiers, civilians and media excitedly watch from a nearby hilltop as 34 M3 Amphibious Rigs, both German and British, drive into the Vistula River near Chelmno, Poland, before converting into boats. In less than 40 minutes, the U.S., U.K., German and Polish troops
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