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    CASCOM concludes troop competition

    Ultimate Warrior – a challenge that tests knowledge, resilience and key warfighter skills – is a platform to determine who will best represent the command at the TRADOC level of competition later this year. Ten competed in the CASCOM event that took place May 9-12.

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    Uncle Sam must attract younger workers

    Taking into account that 34 percent of federal employees will be eligible to retire by 2020, human resource experts are urging the government to start enticing younger generations – including millennials and generation Z – to maintain an adequate workforce.

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    Spouses team up to conquer challenges

    Fort Lee family members experienced the rigors of military training during the Spouse Combat Challenge May 3 on the grounds of Mifflin Hall. The purpose of the event was to promote teamwork, camaraderie and appreciation for the sustainment community mission.

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    Post events promote safe summer habits

    The Garrison Safety Office will host an award ceremony and Summer Safety Day observance here May 23-24. The goal, said the organizer, “is to change the lifestyle of as many people as we can touch, so they are aware their actions have consequences.”

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    Pharmacy addition will increase efficiency

    Patients are the No. 1 priority at Kenner Army Health Clinic, and a recent pharmacy renovation project attests to that fact. Three additional prescription refill windows will result in beneficiaries getting the efficient service they deserve. The $285,000 project began 18 months ago.

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101 Days of Summer Safety

As Army communities transition from spring to summer, they do so knowing Soldiers, government civilians and their family members are entering what is historically the most dangerous time of the year. Accident data from the U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center tells us we must act now to prevent increases in on- and off-duty accidents between now and September. Although our Army sustained a decade-long record of reducing loss to mishaps in fiscal 2016, the majority of non-aviation Soldier fatalities are still happening during warm weather months.

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Last Updated: 5/19/2017 12:08:19 PM

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