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Aldred takes command of Det. 1

By Stephen Standifird Public Affairs Office Hundreds of staff, students and instructors representing the Air Force’s 364th Training Squadron, Detachment 1, welcomed their new detachment commander during an assumption of command ceremony held June 15 at Nutter Field House. Air Force Lt. Col. … read full article

Search for Best CBRN Warrior underway

The U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School's 2018 Best CBRN Warrior Competition is currently underway, testing Dragon Soldiers on CBRN as well as Soldiering skills. A total of 14, two-person teams signed up to compete in the event that is scheduled to conclude with an awards … read full article

Army’s EHCCs converge on FLW

Fort Leonard Wood’s Counter Explosive Hazards Center and the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence hosted all four of the Army’s Explosive Hazards Coordination Cells for training June 2 through 15. Throughout the two weeks, Soldiers with the 475th EHCC from Vicksburg, Mississippi; the 710th from … read full article

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AER campaign more than doubles goal

The Fort Leonard Wood Army Emergency Relief Campaign officially ended Friday with Soldiers and retirees exceeding this year’s goal by more than 100 percent. As of Tuesday, the campaign has seen a total of $254,500 raised for the program that provides Army families with assistance in emergency … read full article

Area, post organizations partner in TBI research

An updated memorandum of understanding was signed between the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence, U.S. Army Garrison Fort Leonard Wood, General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital and Phelps Country Regional Medical Center for collaboration in traumatic brain injury research June 14. The … read full article

Davidson Fitness Center to host monthly blood drives

Everyone can get fit and save a life at the same time Tuesday by donating blood at Davidson Fitness Center’s monthly Armed Services Blood Program blood drive on Court 1. The drive runs 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is open to everyone — military or civilian — who is 17 years old and older. All donors will … read full article

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