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    Top CASCOM NCO shares story, insight

    Merely checking the box to fulfill mission requirements tears at the very fabric of excellence, failing the Army as an institution and those entrusted with supporting it. That statement could easily find a home in a motivational speech or professional development session. Or, it could be the driving factor behind the persona and career of Command Sgt. Maj. Terry E. Parham Sr.

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    111th Soldiers deploy to Southwest Asia

    Forty-four mortuary affairs Soldiers say goodbye to family, friends and fellow Soldiers during a deployment ceremony Sept. 5.

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    Hispanic observance set for Sept. 25

    Fort Lee’s annual Hispanic Heritage Month celebration is set for Sept. 25, 11:30 a.m., at the Lee Theater. The doors will open at 11 a.m. and offer displays and artifacts for viewing. The event also will include live music by the Salsaleando group from the 392nd Army Band as well as dance performances by the Latin Ballet of Virginia.

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    Retiree Appreciation Day set for Sept. 27

    Military retirees and veterans can look forward to a wealth of information, resources, services and special recognitions at the annual Fort Lee Retiree Appreciation Day. The event is set for Sept. 27, 8:30 a.m., at the Soldier Support Center, located between 13th and 16th streets.

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    Ordnance artifact named to state list

    Undoubtedly, the Skeleton Tank is an artifact of war, but it also warranted consideration as a potential solution to the problem of trench warfare during World War I. That’s according to Claire Samuelson, curator of the U.S. Army Ordnance Training and Heritage Center here. She said the vehicle was designed in 1914 to travel over the large ditches constructed on the battlefields of Europe but lost out to heavier British and French designs.

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Suicide Awareness

Our Soldiers, civilians and families remain our strength, demonstrating unparalleled skill and professionalism as they support our great Army and defend our nation. While our commitment to them extends year-round, we call special attention to our ongoing efforts to build individual resiliency skills during the Army's observance of Suicide Awareness Month. This year's theme, "Enhancing Resiliency - Strengthening Our Professionals," reinforces our pledge to not only build resilience, but also to support those in need - enhancing performance, increasing readiness and building a stronger force.

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