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    Summit promotes SHARP efforts

    From start to finish, the inaugural CASCOM-Fort Lee SHARP (Sexual Harassment/Assault Awareness and Reporting Program) Summit at the Army Logistics University here Friday was an unfiltered and frequently harsh look at sexual misconduct in the military.

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    Screening results in access denials

    The implementation of new Army-mandated access control measures here has resulted in the denial of 566 individuals since its inception on June 15. Of those denials, there have been 87 waiver requests, 72 of which were approved, said Maj. Joseph Tull, Fort Lee Provost Marshal.

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    Wellness Center reports success

    With more than 3,000 visits and 750 clients over the past year, the Army Wellness Center staff here is clearly working hard to get their health message out to the masses. The center opened its doors on Sept. 8, 2014, more than three years ahead of schedule.

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    Final test of skills for QMs

    The Quartermaster School’s AIT culminating exercise has endured various changes in its name, location and content, however, its basic purpose remains the same – provide the means for students to demonstrate their proficiency in newly acquired technical and tactical skills.

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    Event shows support, gratitude

    Military retirees and veterans can expect a wealth of information, resources, services and special recognitions at the annual Fort Lee Retiree Appreciation Day. The event is set for Sept. 26, 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., at the Soldier Support Center, located between 13th and 16th streets.

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Individual Protective Measures

As Antiterrorism Awareness Month draws to a close, the force protection team in the Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security offers this reminder … you are part of the engine that powers the nation’s defenses. That’s right; it all starts with individuals in military and civilian communities being alert to their surroundings, being aware of what looks out of place and reporting any suspicions to law enforcement officials.

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Last Updated: 8/27/2015 2:03:59 PM

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