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    Ord. School opens confidence course

    Senior leaders from the Ordnance School officially opened a newly constructed obstacle course here Nov. 17. It is the result of a joint Ord. Corps/Marine Corps Detachment project. All installation units may use the training facility, with coordination through the 59th Ord. Brigade.

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    CSM Smalls takes charge of academy

    Command Sgt. Maj. Jerome Smalls took charge of the Logistics Noncommissioned Officer Academy during a change of responsibility ceremony here Nov. 21. Fort Lee is the Sustainment Center of Excellence and the academy is the largest of its kind in the Army.

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    Senate approves SecArmy appointment

    Dr. Mark T. Esper was confirmed by a U.S. Senate vote of 89-6 to become the 23rd Secretary of the Army shortly after noon on Nov. 15. In testimony before lawmakers on Nov. 2, Esper laid out his priorities, starting with military readiness followed by manning and modernization.

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    Senior spouses promote partnerships

    Leader-spouse partnerships in the military are steeped in tradition. In the past, supportive spouses were pretty much essential to successful military careers, especially at the senior levels where they were expected to augment military duties such as those related to family welfare.

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    Port facility a place of ritual, reverence

    Fulfilling the DOD’s promise to honor the ultimate sacrifice of fallen warriors, the Port Mortuary was established in 1955 at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Today, its home is the Charles C. Carson Center for Mortuary Affairs, a 73,000-square-foot complex built at a cost of $30 million.

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Thanksgiving Safety

Thanksgiving historically starts the holiday season and has been a time when the Army experiences a high number of accidents associated with travel and seasonal activities. As we transition into this festive time of the year, I ask everyone to maintain a high level of safety awareness and apply risk management in all you do. Remember to adjust your driving to weather conditions and be prepared for the unexpected. Always apply basic principles of passenger safety by ensuring all occupants are properly restrained, with special attention given to infants and small children. Also, remember to stay within your abilities and skill level when taking part in winter recreation and sporting events.

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