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    Retiree ready for awareness journey

    Debbie L. Kilpatrick has plans to drive across the country. It will be the ultimate 30-day road trip, one expressing the newly acquired freedom she earned as a result of logging nearly 33 years of federal service that culminated at Fort Lee’s Directorate of Public Works.

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    Band rocks local schoolhouse

    Six musicians from the 392nd Army Band performed a live concert in the Hopewell High School auditorium March 17 as part of the annual “Music in Our Schools” outreach program. This year’s performance circuit includes 22 schools with a total audience of well over 7,000 youths.

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    Students learn warehouse duties

    There were many lessons shared during a day of 92-Alpha Automated Logistical Specialist Course training March 14, but perhaps the most important was the one connecting duty performance and customer service.

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    MOMC lineup includes parade, dance

    The Child and Youth Services program has scheduled multiple activities for April’s Month of the Military Child observance. This is a time to reflect on how children in the Army community deal with the unique challenges of military life, including frequent moves and parent deployments.

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    Reservists refine skills at culinary

    Public Affairs specialists from the 214th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, a Reserve unit in Richmond, received an unprecedented opportunity to sharpen their journalism skills at the 42nd annual Military Culinary Arts Competitive Arts Training Event in early March.

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Spring-Summer Safety Campaign

With spring underway and summer fast approaching, Army community members are likely chomping at the bit to get outside and enjoy warmer temperatures while taking vacations and road trips, participating in water sports and engaging in other outdoor activities. Unfortunately, there’s always a drawback to all this rejuvenated fun in the sun. During this time of increased activity, safety is usually the last thing on anybody’s mind. The spring and early summer months are some of the most deadly ones for the Army, with notable increases in off-duty fatalities.

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