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    Brigade conducts active shooter drill

    During a Jan. 15 training event here, the 59th Ordnance Brigade used role-players and first responders from the military community to test its active shooter response plan. Brigade leaders said realistic rehearsals are the best way to identify tactics that work or need improvement.

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    Tax Center to open doors on Feb. 2

    The Fort Lee Tax Assistance Center will begin its 28th year of service with a renewed customer focus. That is the word from 1st Lt. Stephen Dimpsey, the TAC’s new officer in charge, who said he is enthused about continuing the facility’s tradition of service when it opens Feb. 2.

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    Lee storm response OK, not perfect

    The recent “winter storm” that resulted in a two-hour reporting delay at Fort Lee wasn’t a major weather event by any means, according to CASCOM Safety Director Timothy French, but it was a good practice run to remind community members what they can do better next time.

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    Community remembers Dr. King

    Hundreds of military community members gathered at the Lee Theater Jan. 15 to celebrate the life and accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In opening remarks, Col. Mary Beth Taylor said, “Dr. King blazed trails for us all; regardless of race, color, creed or gender.”

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    Traylor accepts commandant position

    The fourth commandant of the Logistics Noncommissioned Officer Academy reported for duty at a Jan. 15 change of responsibility ceremony here. Several hundred spectators observed as the LNCOA colors were passed from CSM Clifton Johnson to CSM Anthony A. Traylor.

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Kenner No-Shows

Patient ‘no-shows” can potentially have a tremendous negative impact upon Kenner Army Health Clinic. In FY14, there were 10,174 no-show appointments, resulting in a loss of $814,750 in revenue. The immediate and long-term effects of chronic no-shows include the loss of critical medical staff, curtailing services, losses of productivity, as well as patients who need appointments not being able to receive them.

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