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    Earthquake drill set for Oct. 19

    Community members across Fort Lee are expected to participate in the “Great Shakeout” Earthquake Drill Oct. 19 at approximately 10:20 a.m. The start of the exercise will be announced via the ATHOC emergency warning system and official email channels.

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    Fort Lee pool to reopen

    Those familiar with the Battle Drive Pool adjacent to the Lee Club might not recognize its current state. The facility is now enclosed by an all-weather, inflatable dome that has changed its look from the street entirely. It’s also an upgrade that will permit year-round operations.

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    Commissary now accepts Star Card

    The Army and Air Force Exchange Service is expanding acceptance of its MILTARY STAR Card to Commissaries around the world. Leaders from both agencies gathered at the Fort Lee store, the first location to accept the card, to officially kick off the rollout at an Oct. 5 ceremony.

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    FMWR shares range, hunting details

    Family and MWR Outdoor Recreation has announced details for the opening of the Fort Lee Privately Owned Weapons Range and hunting season here. Hunter qualifications are set for Oct. 22, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., at P. O.W. Range No. 8. No reservations are required.

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    Stay safe, informed with AtHoc

    The procession of Atlantic storms will likely continue through the end of hurricane season on Nov. 30. Winter weather will soon be rolling in as well, with the heaviest snow storms and icy conditions traditionally occurring in this area from mid-December to early February.

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Energy Action Month

In October of each year, the Army observes Energy Action Month, an education and awareness campaign that emphasizes efficient use of natural resources like fuel, water and electricity. The theme of the 2017 observance is “Energy Resilience Enables Army Readiness,” reminding us that energy is a key mission enabler and force multiplier for a ready and resilient Army. Energy resilience begins at our 156 Army installations and more than 1,000 community-based Army National Guard and Reserve Centers. These locations provide the critical infrastructure to organize, train, equip and deploy our Soldiers. Through diligent energy management, our installations become robust and resilient power projection platforms.

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