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    TRADOC leaders meet for ROC drill

    Sustainment is a big challenge for the Army, noted Gen. David G. Perkins, TRADOC commanding general, during a talk here last week. “In sustainment, we like to have predictions,” he said. “The problem with that is the world we’re talking about is anything but predictable.”

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    CASCOM welcomes new senior warrant

    The Combined Arms Support Command welcomed Chief Warrant Officer 5 Robert P. Harman as its new senior warrant officer Friday. The command CWO advises the commanding general on all matters pertaining to training and leader development of sustainment warrant officers.

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    Job cuts to reduce audiovisual services

    The audiovisual office that frequently provides photo and video support for community events and command functions on Fort Lee will offer a reduced list of services, effective Oct. 1, due to mandated personnel cuts.

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    Ceremony recognizes top safety efforts

    Two Fort Lee units and numerous individual community members were honored for their contributions to the installation safety program during the 2016 Fort Lee Safety Awards Ceremony Tuesday at the Regimental Community Center.

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    Program stresses fitness for new moms

    Losing the extra pounds a new baby brings is often a challenging uphill climb for new mothers, which is why the Army has developed a program to help expectant and postpartum Soldiers maintain a healthy lifestyle. Local organizers discussed how it works during a recent session.

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Holiday Weekend Safety

Memorial Day weekend marks the start of vacation and travel season and the summer rotation of personnel. Many of our military, family members and civilians will travel in and around Virginia, as well as throughout the United States. Accidents, injuries and incidents of indiscipline can spoil what should be an enjoyable time to relax with family and friends. Risk management is a tool leaders, supervisors and battle buddies can use to examine and reduce hazards and take appropriate steps to eliminate or minimize accidents.

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