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    IMCOM CG visits Lee

    Lt. Gen. Kenneth R. Dahl, commanding general of Installation Management Command, made a stop at Fort Lee Aug. 11, touring a number of facilities and meeting with leaders, employees and community members. It was his first trip here since taking command of IMCOM in 2015.

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    Exercise to test response capabilities

    Talon Shield 16 – a full-scale active shooter exercise – is set for Aug. 23, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. It is designed to test response and recovery capabilities by first responders and garrison staff. These types of events are vital to ensuring the installation’s readiness, according to exercise leaders.

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    Poisonous pills of propaganda

    A big question many Americans ask these days is, “why are citizens of this country becoming so violent and how can national leaders make it stop?” A common denominator that isn’t discussed as much as it should is radical extremism – perpetrators driven by twisted beliefs and values.

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    24 pin badges at QM ceremony

    Twenty-four noncommissioned officers from the Quartermaster School received Army Instructor Badges at an Aug. 11 ceremony in Fort Lee’s Guest Auditorium. Staff Sgt. Michael Johnson joined an elite group of 12 individuals who have pinned their senior badge.

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    Troops capture values on video

    A battalion training directive to teach Army Values to advanced individual training troops has turned into a widely anticipated learning endeavor for students assigned to Echo Company, 266th Quartermaster Battalion – a 23rd QM Brigade unit stationed at Joint Base Langley-Eustis.

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Women's Equality Day

Women’s Equality Day commemorates the passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which grants women full voting rights. This national observance is a testament to the courage and tenacity of the women who challenged the nation to live up to its founding principles. In these modern times, Women’s Equality Day calls attention to women’s continuing efforts to achieve full equality. As the Army moves toward the future, we – its leaders – will ensure men and women are given the opportunity to maximize their potential and are positioned for success without regard gender, race or religion.

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