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    New era of training for Ord. troops

    Atomic Annie – an 85-ton, 280mm nuclear-capable cannon – was delivered here Nov. 29, joining its equally gargantuan “sister” Anzio Annie. The pair will likely serve as the educational and historical centerpiece for the Ordnance Training Support Facility now under construction.

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    Dragon Brigade welcomes new CSM

    Fort Lee welcomed a new command sergeant major to its ranks during a change of responsibility ceremony Dec. 1 at MacLaughlin Fitness Center. CSM Lisa M. Haney accepted the reins of 23rd Quartermaster Brigade noncommissioned leadership, replacing CSM James A. Thomas.

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    Lifesaving mission in Cameroon

    It’s 9 a.m. in Douala, Cameroon, and the humidity is already pervasive. Staff. Sgt. Joshua Crenshaw, an explosive ordnance disposal technician deployed from Fort Carson, Colo., is overseeing a practical exercise - one in which the real-life applications can mean life or death.

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    Pearl Harbor impact felt at Fort Lee

    With the war rising in Europe, the Congress in August 1940 had approved the call-up of nearly 300,000 Guardsmen and Reservists. In October of that year, the War Department issued orders for the rebuilding of Camp Lee, and overnight, the area became a beehive of activity.

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    Annual Santa Run set for Sunday

    A convoy of fire trucks and military police vehicles will escort Santa Claus through Fort Lee’s residential areas during the annual Directorate of Emergency Services Santa Run set for Dec. 10, 5:30 - 8 p.m. The event reminds residents to think safety and crime prevention over the holidays.

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Cold Weather Injury

Outside activities in cold weather can pose a variety of health risks. Some are obvious, like frostbite, but others are harder to immediately detect and ultimately treat because of their potential severity. The secondary issue is that injuries can occur even when it doesn't feel that chilly outside. The human body can react negatively when temperatures fall below the 60-degree mark. With that in mind, Team Lee members should dress appropriately when heading outdoors. Good practices include dressing in several loose layers of clothing, always wearing a head cover, and keeping a close watch on those who have previously experienced frostbite or cold-weather injuries because they are more susceptible to a repeated incident.

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