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    OD School recognizes hall-of-famers

    The U.S. Army Ordnance School paid tribute to its 2015 Hall of Fame inductees during a retreat ceremony May 14 at Whittington Field. This year, it welcomed 12 new members who made significant contributions to the Ordnance Corps throughout their careers.

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    Leaders learn about energy ‘footprint’

    Hundreds of Fort Lee officers and NCOs attended a May 14 leader professional development session focused on energy security. Retired Marine Gen. Anthony Zinni and corporate executive Michael Breen hosted the Lee Theater discussion that included a film called “The Burden.”

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    Ordnance welcomes Myers as RCWO

    Chief Warrant Officer 5 Richard C. Myers Jr. became the 9th Regimental CWO of the Ordnance Corps at a May 14 change of responsibility ceremony here. He brings a wide range of leadership skills to his new position as well as experience from deployments to Kosovo, Kuwait and Iraq.

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    Events feature Lee troops, band

    Installation leaders, musicians from Fort Lee’s 392nd Army Band and other military members will participate in a variety of local ceremonies throughout Military Appreciation Month including the Memorial Day Weekend. This is a quick summary of some of those events.

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    832nd Ordnance welcomes new C.O.

    Lt. Col. Timothy M. Gallagher became the new leader of the 832nd Ordnance Battalion at a May 20 change of command ceremony here. He replaced Lt. Col. Leslie D. Begley. Col. Jeffery A. Carter, 59th Ord. Brigade commander, passed the command flag between the two officers.

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Maj. Gen. Stephen Lyons

Memorial Day Safety

Leaders know that Memorial Day weekend marks the start of summer and begins the summer rotation of personnel. Many of our Soldiers, 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. It is our collective responsibility to provide a place where we can work, live and enjoy recreational activities in a safe and secure environment.

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