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    Store patrons see renovation results

    The extent of the Fort Lee Commissary renovation project and the fact that the facility maintained most of its regular operations throughout the process is worthy of recognition. The results – ranging from new checkout stands to energy efficient upgrades – deserve a nod as well.

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    Lee Marines honor corps legend

    The Marine Corps Detachment here completed its 21st annual Chesty Puller run on Oct. 24. The 66-mile journey started at 4 a.m. with troops running 4-5 mile relay segments. It concluded with a formation run through the town of Saluda to Puller’s gravesite at Christ Church.

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    Pick takes command of post band

    Warrant Officer Kevin L. Pick took charge of the 392nd Army Band during an Oct. 27 assumption of command ceremony in one of the band’s rehearsal halls. The new commander’s biography reveals a wide range of musical experience – much of it prior to his military service.

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    Retiree receives softball field surprise

    Surprise parties for retiring federal workers at Fort Lee are fairly common. Surprise softball games, however, fall into a much rarer category. The latter was chosen as the appropriate send-off for Thomas Ariail, a team member with more than 30 years of combined federal service.

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    ‘White Christmas’ opens here Nov. 7

    The holiday season is just around the corner, and the Theater Group at Fort Lee has put together a special performance to put everyone in a festive mood. The well-known musical “White Christmas” opens Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. with additional performances scheduled through Nov. 23.

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COMMAND Command Spotlight Star SPOTLIGHT

Maj. Gen. Stephen Lyons

Holiday Weekend Safety

As we celebrate Veterans’ Day this year, I remind everyone that accidents pose an immediate and likely threat to the safety and well-being of our Soldiers, Civilians and Family Members. All of us are susceptible to accidents and must, therefore, remain vigilant to guard against them. The best protection is for each of us to maintain our focus with regard to avoiding hazardous situations. We must apply the principles of risk management to every situation, event and activity that we find ourselves involved in.

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Last Updated: 10/30/2014 2:46:27 PM

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