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Post receives ‘StormReady’ certification

Story and photo by  Marti Yoshida
Assistant editor
martha.l.yoshida.civ@mail.mil

Fort Leonard Wood is now among 25 Army installations to receive StormReady certification through the National Weather Service.

Col. Andy Herbst, Fort Leonard Wood Garrison commander, accepted the official StormReady certification from Steve Runnels, National Weather Service, warning coordination  meteorologist, Springfield, Missouri, during the Safety and Health Fair Friday at Nutter Field House — signifying the installation’s ability to maximize safety…     Read More...

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We honor you today, every day

By Brig. Gen. Kent Savre and
Command Sgt. Maj. Roy Ward

Special to GUIDON

On Memorial Day, we will honor the men and women whose lives were lost in service to our great nation during wars and conflicts around the world.  Read More...

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Summer fun starts with safety

 
Story and photo by  Melissa Buckley
GUIDON staff
melissa.k.buckley2.civ@mail.mil

Each year during this time,…     Read More...

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FOX Sports Midwest to broadcast live from Nutter Field House May 29

GUIDON staff

FOX Sports Midwest will broadcast live from Fort Leonard Wood before, during and after the Cardinals game on May 29, as part of the network’s annual This One’s For You telecast to troops. The Cardinals Live pregame and postgame shows will originate from Nutter Field House, with Army Soldiers, Marines, Sailors and Airmen in the audience.

FOX Sports Midwest personalities Pat Parris and Al Hrabosky will host the show.Read More...

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MEDDAC nets volleyball tourney title

 
Story and photos by  Matt Decker
Leisure/Sports editor
mdecker01@springfi.gannett.com

Tied with the 554th Engineer Battalion at one game each in the Commander’s Cup Volleyball Tournament championship match, the Medical Department Activity’s Mark Gasser opened the third game with four spikes, pushing his team out to an early lead they would never relinquish. 

MEDDAC claimed the 2015 tournament trophy with a 17-25, 25-20, 25-12 victory over the 554th Engr. Bn. May…     Read More...