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243 years of Marine Corps tradition

Lance Cpl. Joseph House, youngest Marine present, right, prepares to take a bite of birthday cake handed to him by the oldest Marine present, Master Gunnery Sgt. Bill Torres, left, during a ball held for student Marines Friday at Fort Leonard Wood's Nutter Field House. The cake was cut by Col. Ralph … read full article

Truman Education Center presents Lunch and Learn

The Truman Education Center held the first session of its new Lunch and Learn presentation series Nov. 8 in Thurman Hall of the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence headquarters building. According to Norris Johnson, Truman Education Center division chief, events are currently being planned to … read full article

Cyberfit family: Making cybersecurity understandable

From the Military Health System Communications Office From protecting systems and data to regular training updates, cybersecurity is a top priority in the workplace — and it should be at home, too. By making cyber fitness a part of daily routines, families can protect their online information and … read full article

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Airfield to receive lighting, taxiway improvements

Forney Field, located on Fort Leonard Wood, will receive a slew of improvements, including a new taxiway and an overhaul of existing lighting structures. Dave Robinson, airfield safety officer and interim airfield manager said that this will involve a transition from incandescent bulbs to LEDs, … read full article

In the Works: celebrating Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month. In 1990, the month of November was chosen because it is traditionally a time when many Native Americans gather for fall harvest festivals, world-renewal ceremonies, and powwows. The purpose of the celebration is to recognize the important role that … read full article

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