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Davidson Fitness Center to host ASBP blood drive

By Carl Norman Everyone can get fit and save a life at the same time Sept. 25 by donating blood at Davidson Fitness Center’s monthly Armed Services Blood Program blood drive on Court 1. The drive runs 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and is open to everyone – military or civilian – who is 17 years old and … read full article

SFAB recruiting team to visit FLW

A recruiting team for the Army's Security Force Assistance Brigade is scheduled to be on Fort Leonard Wood Oct. 2 and 3. Briefings are scheduled to be held at 10 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. in Lincoln Hall Auditorium. Soldiers in SFAB are combat advisors. Recruiters are searching for leaders, … read full article

Urban Search and Rescue graduates first Level I, II class

The Fort Leonard Wood Homeland Defense/Civil Support Program’s new Urban Search and Rescue course graduated its first Rescuer Level I and II class earlier this month. During the 35-day Rescue Course for active-duty, six different disciplines are taught: rope rescue, confined space rescue, … read full article

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Get ready for Fire Prevention Week

The National Fire Prevention Association has declared the theme of this year’s National Fire Prevention Week to be “Look. Listen. Learn. Be Aware — Fire Can Happen Anywhere,” and Fort Leonard Wood firefighters are gearing up to ensure community members become educated on fire prevention and know … read full article

Combined College Commencement slated for Oct. 5

Fort Leonard Wood’s 33rd annual Combined College Commencement Ceremony is scheduled for Oct. 5 at Nutter Field House. The graduates will be recognized for earning an associate, bachelor’s or master’s degree from one of five respective colleges, including Central Texas College, Columbia College, … read full article

New Library display to highlight national Banned Book Week

Banned Book Week 2018, the annual celebration of the freedom to read, will begin Sunday and continue through Sept. 29 at the Bruce C. Clarke Library, which will celebrate with a special book display. The 2018 theme, “Banning Books Silences Stories,” is a reminder that everyone needs to speak out … read full article

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