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    PMO reports positive safety trends

    The Provost Marshal Office recently released the data on traffic offenses for fiscal 2016, and the installation has seen positive trends overall. Drunk driving offenses are down 30 percent, traffic accidents are down by half, and traffic violations other than speeding are down 22 percent.

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    Holiday festivities include Santa run

    A convoy of fire trucks and military police vehicles will escort Santa Claus through Fort Lee’s residential areas during the annual DES Santa Run set for Dec. 11, 6-8 p.m. Maj. Joe Tull, Provost Marshal for the post, said the event serves as a good safety reminder for the holidays.

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    Gate, VCC operations to change

    Fort Lee’s Temple Avenue Gate will be closed Dec. 19 - Jan. 2, and the Visitor Control Center at Lee Gate will close two hours early over the Christmas and New Year’s holiday weekends, due to the anticipated low volume of traffic while many installation workers are on leave.

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    Siblings assemble for Lee training

    A budding car enthusiast, Pfc. Sam Mei joined the Army in February to jumpstart his career prospects. His two siblings were paying attention and followed suit, enlisting in the Pennsylvania National Guard as he did and choosing jobs that brought them to Fort Lee for training.

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    23rd drills for HBL success

    The 23rd Quartermaster Brigade is putting the finishing touches on its holiday block leave game plan. Using 3-D terrain models, noncommissioned officers in charge of the mission recently briefed Command Sgt. Maj. Jimmy Sellers, Regimental CSM, on the concepts of the operation.

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COMMAND Command Spotlight Star SPOTLIGHT

Gen. David G. Perkins

Holiday Safety

The winter holiday season is typically a period of high-activity as we use well-deserved time off to recharge our batteries, enjoy opportunities to celebrate with family and friends, and engage in the festivities of gift-giving and gathering socially to cheer the accomplishments of the past year. It is my sincere hope the holiday break will be most enjoyable, and I extend heartfelt appreciation and holiday greetings to all Soldiers, civilians and family members within the command. Over the coming weeks, let us anticipate potential safety hazards; particularly the dangers of distracted driving and winter travel.

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Last Updated: 12/1/2016 1:03:12 PM

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