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    Ordnance selects exercise winners

    The 2018 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team of the Year training assessment concluded with a June 8 ceremony to reveal the U.S. Army’s top performing EOD team. Participants and branch leaders, including Brig. Gen. Heidi Hoyle, assembled at Hatcher Hall on the Ordnance Campus.

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    Lee honors Project Hero cyclists

    Post leaders and community members welcomed 50 cyclists, including wounded U.S. and Danish military veterans, after they concluded a 200-mile bike ride here June 1. Two installation workers – Angel Cuellar and Omar Delgado – participated in the Ride 2 Recovery journey.

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    Library plans reading program kickoff

    A summer reading program kickoff event is set for June 21, 3-6 p.m., at the Family and MWR Community Library. The celebration will feature door prizes, crafts, a bounce house, food and games. Staffers at the event will share information on how the program will operate each week.

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    Future bases may include AI elements

    In the future, Army installations could employ artificial intelligence, cloud computing, data analytics and other technological advancements to increase efficiencies and improve the sustainability of the force, according to the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management.

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    Army Arts, Crafts contest underway

    Break out the crafting tools and pump up those “creative juices,” the 2018 Army Arts and Crafts contest is underway as of June 11. The categories include ceramics, digital art, drawings, fiber/textile, glass art, metal and jewelry, mixed media, paintings, and wood.

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Hurricane Preparedness

A “near-average” number of hurricanes and tropical storms is predicted for the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season (June 1 - Nov. 30), according to researchers with the Colorado State University Tropical Meteorology Project. Of the 13 named systems anticipated, six are expected to reach hurricane strength and two will likely achieve category 3 (111-129 mph winds) or higher intensity. The path of these storms cannot be predicted in advance, which means they’re just as likely to make landfall along the coastal states as opposed to drifting harmlessly northward across the ocean.

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