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    Sustainers show game-changing spirit

    CASCOM Ultimate Warrior competitors are not wannabe grunts or gluttons for punishment. They are enthusiastic troops who, in the words of one competitor, “have chosen to step out of the comfort zone and live up to the expectations of the units and organizations that sent them there.”

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    OD teams tackle ‘Amazing Race’

    The 348 contestants who participated in the Ordnance Amazing Race April 16 on the grounds of the historic Petersburg National Battlefield had to overcome many difficult obstacles, their own limitations and each other in a competition boasting physical and mental challenges.

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    Travellers defeat JBLE in season finale

    The Fort Lee Travellers posted a 96-92 home victory over Joint Base Langley-Eustis April 16 at MacLaughlin Fitness Center. With the win, the post basketball team finished atop the Washington Area Military Athletic Conference regular season standings with a 13-1 record.

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    Ceremony spotlights Lee volunteers

    “I see a group of compassionate people who work and serve in a military community and volunteer to help others,” said first lady of the commonwealth Dorothy McAuliffe during her featured talk at the Fort Lee Volunteer Appreciation Reception April 14 in the Lee Club.

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    Plans announced for Life at Lee event

    All families living on post and the organizations dedicated to their support are invited to a May 14 celebration at the Fort Lee Family Housing Sisisky Welcome Center. The special event will include food, music, games, information booths, prize giveaways and more.

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Earth Day

The Army takes tremendous pride in its sound environmental stewardship. As a result, we continue to lead the Federal Government in initiatives that sustain habitats and territories. In 2016, we pledge to focus on inspiring even greater awareness and appreciation of the surroundings and conditions in which we live and operate, and the role they play in ensuring our Army remains ready and resilient. Our efforts will acknowledge the past by restoring Army lands and preserving cultural and natural resources. We will engage the present by meeting today's environmental standards while also enabling Army operations, and protecting Soldiers, Families and Civilians. Finally, we will chart the future by bringing the best practices and technologies to bear, thereby ensuring future environmental resiliency. These initiatives will safeguard the vitality of our lands and protect the communities where our Soldiers, Families and Civilians live, work and play.

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