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    Ord. Brigade welcomes new CSM

    Command Sgt. Maj. Vincent Noble assumed the senior noncommissioned officer position at the 59th Ordnance Brigade from Command Sgt. Maj. Edward Morris, who will become the 12th Regimental CSM for the Ordnance Corps during a Nov. 3 ceremony at Whittington Parade Field.

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    New paralegal center opens

    Several high-ranking Army officials joined members of the Fort Lee community in celebrating the opening of the newly renovated Judge Advocate General’s Paralegal Specialist Training Center here Oct. 16. It is located on B Avenue.

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    Clinic, PMO share safety reminders

    Fort Lee’s trick-or-treat hours are set for 6-8 p.m. Oct. 31, and post residents and visitors – particularly those who plan to participate in this evening of spooky fun – are reminded that extra precautions will need to be taken to ensure the safety of the installation’s smallest residents.

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    Leaders focus on holiday safety

    A turkey fryer demonstration by the Fort Lee Fire Department added a smoky but exciting visual element to a recent 23rd Quartermaster Brigade Leaders Professional Development outing. The training focused on managing tactical and accidental risk, to include safety during the holidays.

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    Thespian shines on life’s stage

    Over the past two decades, Mike White has entertained thousands through Broadway musicals, comedies and dramas. He has dedicated up to 48 weeks a year to his theatrical passion, all while balancing a military career and his job with the Defense Contract Management Agency.

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Disability Awareness Month

Americans with disabilities lead thriving businesses, teach our children, and serve our nation; they are innovators and pioneers of technology. In urban centers and rural communities, they carry forward our nation's legacy of hard work, responsibility, and sacrifice, and their contributions strengthen our economy and remind us that all Americans deserve the opportunity to participate fully in society. During National Disability Employment Awareness Month, we celebrate the Americans living with disabilities who enrich our country, and we reaffirm the simple truth that each of us has something to give to the American story.

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