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    President plans trip to Lee

    President Barack Obama will visit Fort Lee Sept. 28 to meet with service members, veterans and other representatives of the military community and thank them for their service to the nation. He also will participate in a recorded CNN Town Hall meeting with news anchor Jake Tapper.

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    Battalion conducts awareness day

    The 244th Quartermaster Battalion took a break from its routine advanced individual training regimen Sept. 16 and used the time to raise awareness about suicide in the Army and how every member of the organization can play an important role in helping their battle buddies.

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    Hundreds attend POW/MIA luncheon

    The CEO of the National League of POW/MIA Families was the guest speaker at Fort Lee’s POW/MIA National Recognition Day Luncheon here Sept. 15. The event also was billed as a tribute to the Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War.

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    First responders practice canine care

    Personnel from Fort Lee’s Fire and Emergency Services, along with first responders from the local communities and several members of a special Coast Guard canine group, learned all about Tactical Canine Casualty Care during a two-day session Sept. 14-15 at Fire Station No. 2.

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    Journey for change

    “One step at a time” is how Air Force veteran Thomas W. Hudson chooses to characterize his Walk Across America that is meant to bring attention to veteran health issues. “The walk is about awareness, learning and delivering a message to elected officials in Washington,” he said.

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Preparedness Month

The Army Disaster Personnel Accountability and Assessment System is a vital web-based tool used by service leaders to keep track of – and provide support to – government personnel and families members after catastrophes. The Department of Defense mandated that each of the services would establish an automated accountability system after difficulties accounting for personnel during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. To comply, the Army established ADPAAS in 2008 and it is populated with personnel information from the active and reserve components as well as DA Civilians, Non-Appropriated Fund employees, overseas contractors and their families.

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