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IG emphasizes resourcefulness, confidentiality

Story by Cathy Segal on 01/13/2017 DETROIT ARSENAL If a commanding general wanted to pick someone to be an extension of his or her eyes, ears, voice and conscience among the workforce, he or she might be drawn to someone who has seen the Army from both inside and out.
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Detroit Arsenal vets put disabilities on ice for hockey

Story by Cathy Segal on 12/21/2016 DETROIT ARSENAL "It's free, it's fun, it's hockey!" With Joe Louis Arena, home of the 11-time Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings, less than 20 miles away, statements like that are not unusual around Hockeytown's closest military installation. But Chris Hervey, a labor relatio
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TACOM unit provides advice, support for emergency fuel, water issues

Story by Cathy Segal on 12/21/2016 DETROIT ARSENAL Although the Doobie Brothers and Linda Ronstadt weren't singing about the quality of water when they sang "Black Water" and "Blue Bayou," respectively, it wouldn't have mattered to the Army's Petroleum and Water Systems experts. Whether the water is black, blue, fresh,
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TACOM Life Cycle Management Command

Story by Cathy Segal on 12/21/2016 Spanish philosopher, essayist, poet and novelist George Santayana once said, "Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it." In TACOM Life Cycle Management Command, Rachel Johnstone, the command historian, is charged with helping people remember the past by recording TACOM'
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Military, private and commercial vehicles cruise the Detroit Arsenal

Story by Cathy Segal on 12/21/2016 The Detroit Arsenal was the place to be for car enthusiasts Sept. 20 as the Army installation held its first Cruisin' at the D spectacular. The event, modeled after the famous Woodward Dream Cruise, was hosted by Maj. Gen. Clark LeMasters, commanding general for
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Public Affairs sergeant major shares his own Hispanic Heritage story

Story by Cathy Segal on 12/21/2016 DETROIT In 1991, Jose A. Velazquez Jr. was a 19-year-old trying to escape the hopelessness of the projects north of Boston. He had failed out of community college and was working in a factory pressing suits. But he had dreams and goals beyond the
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Detroit-based company names TACOM program analyst as a young overachiever

Story by Cathy Segal on 12/21/2016 DETROIT ARSENAL, Mich. -- When Adele J. Saba's parents met in Michigan in 1982, they learned that each had emigrated from Jordan within a few years of each other to seek better lives for themselves and their future families. They married in 1983 and
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TACOM ILSC dedicates conference room to late-employee

Story by Cathy Segal on 12/21/2016 DETROIT ARSENAL Helen Cannon was known throughout TACOM Life Cycle Management Command's Integrated Logistics Support Center for her loyalty, integrity, leadership and selfless commitment to getting the job done. She died suddenly in September 2015 at age 64, but her memory lives on with
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Force protection managers explain lockdown, shelter in place

Story by Cathy Segal on 12/21/2016 It was a relatively quiet day at work on Aug. 10 until the emergency alarm pierced the morning calm with its earsplitting tone, followed by a stern announcement to lockdown. "Exercise! Exercise! Exercise! Attention all personnel. Lockdown! Lockdown! Lockdown! Immediately lock and barricade all
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Under Secretary shares insight at TACOM acquisition conference

Story by Cathy Segal on 12/21/2016 DETROIT ARSENAL The Under Secretary of the Army, Patrick J. Murphy, shared some of his military and Congressional experiences as the keynote speaker for the TACOM Life Cycle Management Command's Acquisition in Transition conference here Oct. 13. The theme of the one-day conference wa
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