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    Team Lee gathers for POW/MIA event

    Members of Fort Lee and the surrounding communities gathered for the annual Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War and POW/MIA National Recognition Day Luncheon here Sept. 14. James Triesler from the Virginia War Memorial was the guest speaker.

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    Run, workshops among DVAM activities

    The Family Advocacy Program team has planned a variety of activities in October to increase awareness about Domestic Violence. There will be educational and fitness events, including displays in high-traffic areas and early morning physical training runs by military units here.

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    Lee troops experience Army CRT

    About 120 Soldiers participated in one of the first pilot fielding programs for the Army Combat Readiness Test here Sept. 13-14. The ACRT is a six-event, full-body assessment designed to reduce injuries. It will replace the APFT the Army has used to evaluate fitness since the 1980s.

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    Campbell team wins EOD competition

    A duo from Fort Campbell, Ky., performed better than 11 other teams to win the 2017 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team of the Year Competition Sept. 11-15 at Fort A.P. Hill. The event was the finale of the inaugural Ordnance Crucible competition ongoing since early August.

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    OD Crucible highlights training mission

    Featuring three weeklong events with mentally and physically demanding fitness tests and field evaluations, the inaugural Army Ordnance Crucible concluded Sept. 15. It tested teamwork and critical thinking skills as competitors applied technical solutions to complex problems.

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Gold Star Mothers, Families

Gold Star Mother’s and Family’s Day is an opportunity to reflect on the deeper meanings of service to one’s nation and what the sacrifice of donning a military uniform entails for not only the service member but also the parents, spouses, children, siblings and relatives who provide support and love. Like the fallen warrior, they upheld the ideals that bind our nation together and must never be left in doubt their contribution was in vain.

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