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Sgt. Jose Ramirez, CAB, 1st AD Public Affairs Pfc. Jeremy Frazier, being hugged, 4th Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, Combat Aviation Brigade,…

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Spc. George Denno, Operations Group, National Training Center “Ready First” Soldiers assigned to 3rd Battalion, 41st Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team,…

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Military Spouse Orientation is aiming for ‘left of the boom’ »

Ann Niethamer, a military spouse when her husband was in the Army from 1950 to 1970, talks about life as a military spouse during the Military Spouse Orientation at the Family Resilience Center Aug. 17. Photos by Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Editor.

By Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Editor: From Los Angeles, Ava Onwu was eager to explore El Paso when she and her husband, a Soldier, arrived here in June. “I love El Paso,” she said. “A lot of people said we’d be bored here coming from…

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Veterans revive camaraderie at 1st AD Association Reunion »

Warren Nicely, a 93-year-old World War II veteran, aims at targets, atop a Humvee, in the revolving scenario simulator at the Close Combat Tactical Trainer on East Fort Bliss Friday during the 1st AD Reunion tour. Photo by Virginia Reza, Fort Bliss Public Affairs.

By Virginia Reza, Fort Bliss Public Affairs: First Armored Division veterans from every conflict attended the 1st AD Association Reunion held in El Paso and Fort Bliss Aug. 16 through Friday. Five World War II veterans attended, and retired Lt. Gen. Richard Graves, retired Sgt. Maj.…

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Volunteers breathe new life into McGregor Range Chapel »

The McGregor Range Chapel offers religious services to National Guard, Reserve and active duty Soldiers as they train at McGregor Range, N.M., Aug. 18. Photo by Robert Wancha, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS Public Affairs.

By Ismael E. Ortega, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS Public Affairs: MCGREGOR RANGE, N.M. – The McGregor Range Chapel has been providing religious services and spiritual wellbeing to service members training and preparing for deployments since its construction more than 60 years ago. Thanks to the hard…

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Former spouses do not ‘always’ get half a service member’s retirement »

By Capt. Tolu Akinsanya, Fort Bliss Legal Assistance Office: There is a common misconception that federal law allows a person married to a servicemember to receive half of the servicemember’s pension upon divorce. Any division of retirement is not automatic, and there is certainly no definite…

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Healthbeat Capt. Raina Covington, left, pharmacist, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, and now  Col. Stacey Causey, right, pharmacist, WBAMC, cut a cake in celebration of the 99th anniversary of the Medical Service Corps at WBAMC, June 30.  In 1917, the establishment of the U.S. Army Sanitary Corps relieved physicians from a variety of administrative, technical and scientific duties. In 1947, the Sanitary Corps, along with the Administrative Corps and Pharmacy Corps, became the MSC. Photos by Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs.

WBAMC celebrates Medical Service Corps anniversary

By Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs: Soldiers, staff and retirees celebrated the Army Medicine’s Medical Service Corps’ 99th Anniversary at William Beaumont Army Medical Center June 30. The MSC is responsible for managing various aspects of combat…

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Honor graduate Spc. Jenny M. Mullen delivers a graduation speech to Class 15-155 during the William Beaumont Army Medical Center Phase II Practical Nurse Course graduation ceremony at Hope Chapel here June 21. Photos by Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs.

WBAMC welcomes Soldiers, Egyptians as LVNs

By Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs: Some of the oldest medical procedures documented trace back to ancient Egypt. Today, as technology streamlines and stimulates globalization, best practices are shared in the global medical community but the training…

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Sports A member of the Fort Bliss Spartans, minor division, runs with the ball during a game against the Northeast (El Paso) Raiders at Nations Tobin Park Saturday. Photo by Amabilia Payen, Special to the Fort Bliss Bugle.

Fort Bliss Spartans football begins

By Amabilia Payen, Special to the Fort Bliss Bugle: Football season is upon the borderland, and at Fort Bliss, children ages 8 through 11 participate in the El Paso Youth Football League with the Fort Bliss Family…

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Military spouses and their children enjoy the Hearts Apart Bowling night at Desert Strike Lanes here Friday. Photo by Miguel De Santiago, Special to the Fort Bliss Bugle.

Hearts Apart Bowling night brings out the fun

By Miguel De Santiago, Special to the Fort Bliss Bugle: There were plenty of gutter balls and valiant efforts from children and parents alike at Desert Strike Lanes during Hearts Apart Bowling night at Desert Strike Lanes…

Aug 24 2016 / Read More »
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