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    Veterans remembered at WHM event

    It was standing room only for the March 20 Women’s History Month observance at the U.S. Army Women’s Museum here. The many spectators said they were drawn by the notoriety of the guest speaker and the highly publicized opening of a new Vietnam War exhibit.

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    Marine cooks exercise field operations

    Marine Gunnery Sgt. Morris Mayfield, an instructor at the Joint Culinary Center of Excellence, recently tried something new to better prepare his students for future deployments. With help from the Air Force, he organized a training event that incorporated a wider variety of field skills.

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    UAE soldiers train at Fort Lee

    While foreign military students are a common sight at the various schools here; an entire class of soldiers from the same country at the same time is a bit unordinary. That is the case for a Utilities Equipment Repairer Course class currently in its fourth week of training at the Ordnance School.

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    Easter Sunrise Service set for April 5

    An Easter Sunrise Service is set for April 5, 7 a.m., at the 1st Logistics Memorial in front of the CASCOM headquarters building. The worship event is open to the public and all religious denominations are invited. The guest speaker is Garrison Chaplain (Col.) Claude Crisp.

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    Mechanics tout new training method

    A new instructional approach is helping the Ordnance School develop a more proficient wheeled vehicle mechanic. Called Skills Based Training, it emphasizes critical analysis and interaction to build the skills needed to fulfill an ever-changing array of operational mission requirements.

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Col. Paul Brooks

Earth Day Celebration

Earth Day is an opportunity for the greater Fort Lee regional community to learn about protecting our environment at home, in the workplace, and while accomplishing the mission. The installation will host a celebration that will include educational exhibits, military displays, a wildlife show featuring rescued animals, and organizational displays of safe and "green" products for Fort Lee Soldiers, civilians and families. There will be sapling trees or flower bulbs that will be provided for every food pantry item donated. A schedule of events will be advertised through the Traveller, Fort Lee website and posters and banners as the event approaches.

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