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    Event launches training center project

    A ground-breaking ceremony here July 12 marked the start of an Ordnance Training Support Facility construction project. The new building will house military artifacts that will be used as a teaching tool for future generations of military personnel in Ordnance and other logistics fields.

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    QM Museum opens WWI exhibit

    A new exhibit “Battle Ready: The Quartermaster Mission in World War I” was unveiled during a special ribbon-cutting ceremony July 12 at the Army Quartermaster Museum here. The collection of artifacts includes Woodrow Wilson’s presidential flag that hung in the oval office.

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    New bowling center to open soon

    Described as “the most unique bowling center in the Army,” a new Family and MWR recreation facility will open its doors here next month. The $12 million complex will feature 30 lanes with separate areas for league and casual games, as well as an arcade and ample snack bar area.

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    QM Corps inducts hall-of-famers

    Fourteen individuals who distinguished themselves over the course of 410 years of service were honored during the 2017 Quartermaster Corps Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony July 11. The inductees included 97-year-old Helen Horlacher Evans who served as a WAC officer in WWII.

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    Regiment honors individuals, units

    Each year, the Office of the Chief of Transportation recognizes three distinct categories of excellence with the Trans-Corps Regiment. These are the Officer, NCO and Civilian of the Year honors; Distinguished Member of the Regiment; and the Transportation Corps Hall of Fame.

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Safe Summer Practices

From barbecues and backyard sports to bathing suits and beach volleyball, summer offers a whole lot of fun under the sun. A big drawback to such frivolities is the often overlooked hazard of exposure to ultraviolet rays. Individuals need to be aware of how sunlight affects the human body, the increased likelihood of developing skin cancer later in life, and what safeguards will best protect them from potential harm.

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