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Following in a father’s footsteps is something that many men have done throughout time, but Spc. Garrett Hottenstein followed a different route, which lead him to the same calling as his father – as a working dog handler.

The smell of burnt wood (and burnt hair) filled the air as Fort Hood crafters gathered Friday to help out with a request from across the country – help decorate the Christmas trees inside the historic Quarters 1 at Fort Myer, Virginia.

Youth hunters around the state spent their weekend hunting deer and wild turkey Oct. 26-27. The special youth-only deer and turkey hunts began statewide in 1996 and have been popular with Texas families ever since.

Members of the Twin Lakes Audubon Society from Belton, gathered at the Cantonment B pond, also known as the Kid’s Pond, located across Interstate 14 from Central Texas College, Oct. 26 during Make a Difference Day.

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JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND — At any given time, there are more than 100 medics deployed worldwide from the 59th Medical Wing, executing a Joint U.S. mission in support of global operations.

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