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Events VIEW ALL Annual Easter Egg Hunt April 18, 2014 Join us at exactly 4pm at the Nimitz Neighborhood Plaground for our Annual Easter Egg Hunt. There will be lots of eggs, candy and toys. Spring Cleanup in the Neighborhoods April 22, 2014 We will be out on Tuesday April
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Soldiers tackle weapon basics, look toward certification

Story by SGT Quentin Johnson on 04/24/2017 CAMP SWIFT, Texas Twelve US Army Reserve Soldiers went back to the fundamentals during a weapons range at Camp Swift, April 22, with hopes of achieving certification and setting personal records at an upcoming live-fire exercise Operation Cold Steel April 24-28, 2017 at
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Army Medicine's Central Region names Best Warriors

Story by Gloria Montgomery on 04/24/2017 After four days of grueling physical and mental challenges testing the grit and soul of the warrior ethos, the Army Regional Medical Command-Central (RMC-C) has named its top Soldiers in the annual Best Warrior competition, held April 10-14 at Fort Hood, Texas. Earning Non-Commissioned
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Priority Maintenance

Story by Joseph Eddins on 04/17/2017 When Tech. Sgt. Chris Ferrell was home from deployment he would sit in his family room in the wee hours of the morning, watching TV with his friend, Tech. Sgt. Tony Campbell, who was sprawled out in the recliner next to him. He didn't
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American Planning Association honors four Fort Worth District projects

Story by James Frisinger on 04/12/2017 FORT WORTH, Texas The American Planning Association this month singled out four U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fort Worth District projects for honors in the 2016 Federal Planning Division Awards. They will be presented at the annual awards banquet May 4 in New York
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Army Reserve Soldiers qualify with crew-served weapons at Operation Cold Steel

Story by SPC Jeremiah Woods on 04/10/2017 FORT MCCOY, Wis, For the months of April and May, 2017, Fort McCoy was alive with the movement of an estimated 1,800 Army Reserve Soldiers from approximately 60 Army Reserve units across the country as they converged on the small post in a
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Army taps consortium to find water for training area high up Hawaiian volcano

Story by James Frisinger on 04/07/2017 Dr. Donald Thomas has been a frequent visitor to the high plateau saddle between Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea. The geochemist, director of the Center for the Study of Active Volcanoes at the University of Hawaii, likes to drill holes into the mountain. "Most
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