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  • By Christine Luciano, DPW Environmental
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In the fall, Fort Hood rolled out an initiative to turn food waste into compost. Half way through the pilot, the Always Ready Dining Facility was recognized for having the best food waste composting program.

III Corps and Fort Hood honored 16 Soldiers and an Army civilian at the monthly retirement ceremony held Friday at Phantom Warrior Center. Recognized for their service were: FRONT ROW: Staff Sgt. Christopher Cantey, Staff Sgt. Angel Sosa-Arroyo, Roxanne Sellers, Sgt. 1st Class Theresa Coffey…

  • By Staff Sgt. Cody Harding, 13th PAD
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A military post and its community are a close-knit society, working with one another to care for the Soldiers, civilians and Families that call the area home. Soldiers live outside the post, explore their locales and surroundings and make themselves a part of the towns they call home. Commun…

  • By Staff Sgt. Kelvin Ringold, 11th Sig. Bde.
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Soldiers, leaders and community figures joined together to celebrate MLK Day Jan. 20 at the Phantom Warrior Center. TaNeika Driver-Moultrie, the president of the Killeen chapter of the National Advancement of Colored People, was the guest speaker for the afternoon.

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The nation observed Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday, celebrating the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. The federal holiday is observed on the third Monday of January each year, which is around King’s birthday, January 15.


  • By Tywanna Sparks, Army Medicine
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No woman should die of cervical cancer according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Cervical cancer, which is caused by the human papillomavirus remains the most preventable cancer in women who have regular screening tests to include yearly well woman exams and Pap tests, sai…

  • By David Vergun, Army News Service
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FALLS CHURCH, Va. — One in 20 active-duty Soldiers are on sleep medications, according to the Army Office of the Surgeon General “Health of the Force” report released this month.

  • By Crystal Maynard, Army Medicine
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The U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command’s U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency mission is to ensure initial medical operating capability and certain follow-on requirements are available globally, as needed, by combatant commands. The USAMMA is the responsible agent charged with budg…

  • By Sgt. Whitney Woods, 4th PAD
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Each year during the holidays, many people purchase gifts to share with loved ones and spread the Christmas spirit, but for one organization, they have elected to give one of life’s most precious gifts – blood.

  • By Virgilio Munoz Kenner, Army Health Clinic
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FORT LEE, Va. — All sorts of gadgets, games and action figures can be found on store shelves, and youngsters can hardly wait to see what lands under the tree on Christmas morning. In all this excitement, it’s important to stop and think about holiday toy safety. The following are toy safety …

  • By Veronique Hauschild, Army Public Health Center
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There is nothing bold or dashing about failing to protect your teeth. To the contrary, losing a tooth is simply unattractive and uncool. Tooth loss or other mouth injuries that can be prevented with a mouthguard can be painful, expensive to fix, result in lost time from work and physical act…

  • Lori Newman, BAMC Public Affairs
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Transitioning warriors have a plethora of activities to choose from in the Soldier Adaptive Reconditioning Program, but only one involves a 1,000-pound animal.Soldiers from Brooke Army Medical Center’s Warrior Transition Battalion have the opportunity to go horseback riding at the Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Equestrian Center every Tuesday.

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