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    Vietnam Vets gather for 50-year reunion

    Thirteen riggers who deployed from Fort Lee as part of the 383rd Quartermaster Detachment in 1964 returned to Fort Lee to gather for first time and tour Aerial Delivery and Field Services Department.

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    Lee leaders focus on recycling

    Garrison leaders and members of the Fort Lee community recognized the value of the recycle program here during the Recycling Center grand reopening ceremony April 21.

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    ALU educator earns TRADOC honors

    An Army Logistics University staffer is the 2015 Civilian Instructor of the Year for Training and Doctrine Command. Keith Ferguson, who specializes in instructional methods, received word of the results while on temporary duty at Fort Benning, Ga., last week. Ferguson has more than 30 years teaching, with 28 them outside the military system at an elementary school, middle school, high school, a police academy and the FBI.

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    State, post officials discuss military kids

    “We are here today because we want to support our military families and to find out what you are doing, what’s working, what’s not, and how we can be helpful,” that was a statement by Virginia Secretary of Education, Anne Holton during a visit with Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs John C. Harvey at Harrison Elementary School in Prince George County Monday.

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    New ALU President ready for future

    New Army Logistics University President Michael K. William shares his career story – from West Point to military police lieutenant to a NFL camp to Army civilian – and shares thoughts on future of university.

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Earth Day

The Army takes tremendous pride in its sound environmental stewardship. As a result, we continue to lead the Federal Government in initiatives that sustain habitats and territories. In 2016, we pledge to focus on inspiring even greater awareness and appreciation of the surroundings and conditions in which we live and operate, and the role they play in ensuring our Army remains ready and resilient. Our efforts will acknowledge the past by restoring Army lands and preserving cultural and natural resources. We will engage the present by meeting today's environmental standards while also enabling Army operations, and protecting Soldiers, Families and Civilians. Finally, we will chart the future by bringing the best practices and technologies to bear, thereby ensuring future environmental resiliency. These initiatives will safeguard the vitality of our lands and protect the communities where our Soldiers, Families and Civilians live, work and play.

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