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Quantico fitness center undergoing a "refresh" with new paint, floors and more

Story by Valerie OBerry on 02/13/2018 The center serves approximately 325,000 active duty service members, their families, retirees, reservists and Department of Defense civilians aboard Quantico each year, making it a high-traffic area that requires occasional maintenance to keep it operating efficiently to meet the contemporary needs of patrons. BPAC
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Did you know?...Amazing Grace and the story of abolitionists Newton and Wilberforce

Story by Laurie Pearson on 02/12/2018 When you hear the iconic song, Amazing Grace, what do you think of ? Church choirs? Funerals? Perhaps bagpipes belting out the haunting tune? Did you know that the author of Amazing Grace was once a slave ship master who saw the light, reformed
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SSC Pacific partners with industry to increase the speed at which we act' at WEST 2018

Story by Elisha Gamboa on 02/12/2018 "The pace at which potential competitors are moving demands that we in turn increase the speed at which we act. Our advantage is shrinking we must reverse this trend." Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson's white paper, The Future Navy, May 2017. SSC
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Living the Dream

Story by Amn Hope Geiger on 02/12/2018 During the fall semester of her sophomore year in 2016, just back from basic military training, she officially became a member of the U.S. Air Force. Surrounded by color and culture and proud to be a black woman in the military. She wa
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1-184 "Bushmasters" Sharpen Light Infantry Skills

Story by MSG Mark Hanson on 02/11/2018 A radio crackles to life on what seems like another routine security patrol in a remote village. 1st Lt. Brent Lemler, of Bravo Company "Bushmasters," 1st Battalion, 184th Infantry Regiment, keys his hand-held radio and responds. While listening to the communication, he motio
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Keeping the memory of fallen Soldiers alive

Story by Sean Kimmons on 02/09/2018 ARLINGTON, Va. -- As a 23-year-old staff sergeant, Edward Ruscitti risked his own life to take out an enemy machine gun position amidst a flurry of bullets and artillery during a World War II battle in the Netherlands. Almost 50 years later, the 104th
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