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    Mortuary affairs statue unveiled

    During an Aug. 11 ceremony, the Army Quartermaster Museum here revealed the fourth of five statues commissioned in 2015 to represent various quartermaster functions. The mortuary affairs bronze figure was made in the likeness of 1st Sgt. Rebecca Smith, who was at the unveiling.

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    POW/MIA event set for Sept. 14

    The annual observance and luncheon to honor former prisoners of war and those missing in action is set for Sept. 14, 11:30 a.m., at the Lee Club. The cost of the luncheon is $15. The guest speaker is Sgt. Maj. Darrick Brown, Joint Mortuary Affairs Center sergeant major.

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    Living history event set for Sept. 16

    As a continuation to Fort Lee’s Centennial Celebration, the museums here are sponsoring a World War I Living History event Sept. 16, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Free and open to the public, the presentation will focus on the activation and training of the 80th Division during WWI.

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    Ordnance CSM shares personal story

    While the current image portrayed by Command Sgt. Maj. Terry D. Burton, 13th Regimental CSM of Ordnance Corps, is mostly cool, calm and collected, that wasn’t always the case in the earlier days of his career when he struggled with confidence and mental health issues.

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    Extremism fuels hate, violence

    A big question many Americans ask these days is, “why are citizens of this country becoming so violent and how can national leaders make it stop?” At the forefront of the controversy are various politically motivated protests in major cities across the U.S. that lead to violence.

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AFAP Program Changes

While the Fort Lee Army Family Action Plan program will remain steadfast in its mission of “serving as the community’s voice,” it is taking a new approach to examining issues and submitting recommendations to installation leaders. The primary change is the elimination of the annual AFAP conference – a three-day gathering, usually held in October, where dozens of delegates from various post organizations would examine issues and provide recommendations to the command. The conference served as the culmination of year-long, issue-collection efforts, and provided a means for prioritizing issues as local, needing to be elevated to the next level of command, or unattainable.

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