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    ALU promotes mentorship program

    Cadre members of the Army Logistics University are paying attention to the career-enhancing benefits of casual off-duty conversations between future leaders in training, and they’re trying new initiatives to get more of the future leaders in training talking to each other.

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    Kenner Clinic welcomes new commander

    Col. Thomas S. Bundt, who is transitioning to Fort Detrick, Md., passed the command colors for Kenner Army Health Clinic to Lt. Col. Brett H. Venable, a 19-year Medical Service Corps officer, during a June 19 change of command ceremony in Wylie Hall auditorium.

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    Major defies age with competitive spirit

    Maj. Wendell Rhodes rides a 10-pound bike 5-7 hours a day, three days a week. The 50-year-old is driven by two desires – the first is being a worthy competitor as an ultra-marathon cyclist, and the second is proving to himself that age doesn’t have to represent limitations in living his life.

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    Hurricane season requires proactivity

    While the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be less-eventful than previous years, officials from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration say that’s no reason to assume coastal-areas are off the hook for preparation and emergency planning.

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    Event promotes firefighter safety

    The Fire and Emergency Services Division here participated in the 2015 International Fire/EMS Safety and Health Week June 14-20. The annual observance promotes fitness and proper training to ensure firefighters have a better chance of survival during emergencies and in the long-term.

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COMMAND Command Spotlight Star SPOTLIGHT

Maj. Gen. Stephen R. Lyons

4th of July Safety

As we reflect with pride on our heritage and accomplishments as a nation, we know the importance of preserving the well-being of our Soldiers and families. All leaders and supervisors need to take positive action to mitigate risks associated with our long weekends. Our goal is to have all of our Soldiers, civilians and family members enjoy a safe and accident-free holiday weekend.

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Last Updated: 6/25/2015 2:03:01 PM

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