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    Dragon Brigade gets new leader

    The 23rd Quartermaster Brigade said farewell to one senior leader and welcomed another during a July 29 change of command ceremony on Seay Field near Mifflin Hall. Col. Tamatha A. Patterson is no stranger to Fort Lee, having previously served in several staff positions here.

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    Camp introduces kids to firefighting

    About 20 Fort Lee youngsters experienced the life of a firefighter July 27-31while participating in a summer Youth Leadership Program. A fire department spokesman called the camp a “total-immersion” event in which participants operate fire equipment and perform rescue training.

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    Job fairs drawing huge crowds

    Hundreds of Fort Lee community members attended a July 23 job fair at the Regimental Club. Hosted by the Soldier for Life Transition Assistance Program, the event put job seekers in touch with more than 65 companies, government agencies and educational institutions.

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    Women’s Equality event set for Aug. 27

    The installation’s 2015 Women’s Equality Day observance is set for Aug. 27, 11 a.m. - noon, at the Lee Theater. The guest speaker is Chief Warrant Officer 5 Nicole Woodyard, director of Ordnance, Warrant Office Training, Army Logistics University. The event is open to the public.

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    Awareness event promotes open dialogue

    “The world we live in has become increasingly dangerous for U.S. government workers, military personnel, and law enforcement officers,” noted DPTMS Director Scott Brown while describing the importance of the Army’s Antiterrorism Awareness Month campaign that starts Aug. 1.

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Motorcycle Safety

While motorcycles can be fun and exciting, the dangers they bring cannot be ignored. Long-time riders would be the first to admit their world is not for the foolish, careless or incautious (the slang term is SQUID – Stupidly Quick, Underdressed, Imminently Dead). Anything from poor maintenance habits to ignoring the basic rules of the road can cause a serious accident. Add hot-dogging by a “wanna-be organ donor” and poor driving habits/unawareness by other motorists, and the potential for a crash increases several times over.

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Last Updated: 7/17/2015 1:30:05 PM

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