Belvoir Hospital Opens Sleep Medicine Clinic

After more than a year of planning, budgeting, and forecasting, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital opened a Sleep Medicine Clinic March 1 to diagnose and treat active duty service members with sleep-related ailments. The four-bed clinic, located on 6 South in the hospital's Oaks Pavilion, will work in coordination with the
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Army Acquisition official visits PEO Soldier

Story by Debra Dawson on 02/22/2017 FORT BELVOIR, Virginia The Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (ASA(ALT) visited Program Executive Office Soldier (PEO Soldier) Nov. 29, 2016, and learned how the organization is improving integration, reducing Soldier Load, and increasing Soldier protection and
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NGCDP holds first ever Senior Analyst Summit

Story by MSgt Betty Squatrito-Martin on 02/21/2017 FORT BELVOIR, Va.The National Guard Counterdrug Program gathered senior analysts from across the nation for the first ever Senior Analyst Summit at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, Feb. 7-9. More than 70 senior analysts attended the summit designed to provide a forum to network, to
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For Belvoir Hospital Staff Member, Giving Back is all in a Day's Work

Story by Alexandra Snyder on 02/17/2017 Every year, more than two million women worldwide are diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer, but survival rates are largely determined by where a woman lives in the world, with many deaths in developing countries deemed preventable by U.S. healthcare standards. In an effort
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Defense Logistics Agency three star visits MCLB Barstow

Story by Keith Hayes on 02/13/2017 United States Air Force Lt. Gen. Andrew E. Busch, who heads the organization supplying every branch of America's military, visited Defense Logistics Agency facilities aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Jan. 26. Busch met with DLA personnel on both the Nebo and Yermo
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Army Reserve Soldiers learn to connect and reconnect at Strong Bonds event

Story by SGT Russell Toof on 02/01/2017 BALTIMORE, Md. The Maryland Freemasons dedicated the Tremont Grand in Baltimore in 1822. In more recent years, it has served as a filming location for the Netflix series, "House of Cards.'' From Jan. 27-29, the historic hotel played host to the most recent
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