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Unit News After successfully taking control of an enemy bunker, a squad of students in the Desert Warrior course, aggressively defend their positions during a live-fire exercise June 22. Photos by Staff Sgt. Marshall R. Mason, 24th Press Camp Headquarters.

Desert Warrior Course Weeklong inaugural event offers critical training opportunity »

By Staff Sgt. Marshall R. Mason, 24th Press Camp Headquarters CHIHUAHUAN DESERT – With their uniforms soiled in the reddish-brown color of the desert, a platoon of Soldiers, divided into two…

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California’s 670th MPs return from GTMO »

By Adam Holguin, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS Public Affairs The 670th Military Police Company, a California Army National Guard unit based out of National City, returned stateside after completing a deployment…

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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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“Ready First” Soldiers

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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Iron Saddle Rodeo draws 500 plus »

Sgt. 1st Class Manny Renteria, second from right, assigned to the Warrior Transition Battalion, shows off his customized 2004 Custom Softail, to friends Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Curtis, right, assigned to 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command, Robert Carreon, left front, and Ross Beltran, left back, during the Iron Saddle Rodeo at the Fort Bliss Commissary parking lot on Marshall Road Friday. Photos by Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Editor.

By Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Editor Sgt. Codie Bell rode his 2013 Triumph Speed Triple to the Iron Saddle Rodeo in the Fort Bliss Commissary parking lot Friday in hopes of seeing custom bikes and testing his riding skills. He did both, noting improvements he…

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Survivors, supporters participate in cancer walk »

Supporters finish the Cancer Survivor Walk at Biggs Park Friday. Photos by Rachel Rio, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff.

By Jessica Batts and Rachel Rio, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff Survivors and supporters of cancer gathered Friday at Biggs Park to walk and celebrate military families who have been impacted by cancer. The Cancer Survivor Walk was Fort Bliss’ first. Beth Ellis, Fort Bliss exceptional family…

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507th Optometry Team continues school vision screenings »

From left: Andrew Veilleux, principal of Powell Elementary School, center front, and Crista Gonzalez, school nurse at Powell Elementary School, right front, present a certificate of appreciation to, from left, Capt. Jessica Linder, Staff Sgt. Diana Gault, Pfc. Alejandro Navarette, Spc. Jaylan Barron and Maj. Brad Cunningham of the 507th Medical Detachment (Optometry), 31st Combat Support Hospital at the school June 18. Sue Roseberry, Powell Elementary School.

By Dr. (Capt.) Jessica Linder, OD, Executive Officer, 507th Medical Detachment (Optometry) The 507th Medical Detachment (Optometry), 31st Combat Support Hospital, has completed the unit’s second round of vision screenings at Fort Bliss elementary schools. This exercise serves both as training to develop the optometry team’s…

Jul 1 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

A blast from the past: Remembering the Fourth of July »

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By Lisa Smith Molinari, Special to the Fort Bliss Bugle What is it about the Fourth of July? I think of Thanksgiving and smell the aroma of roasting turkey as the jets under my tongue fire off tiny squirts of saliva. I think of New Year’s…

Jul 1 2015 / No Comment / Read More »


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Technology, noise and young children

By Maj. Kyle Lindholm, Dept. of Preventive Medicine, WBAMC: With new evidence showing that a majority of young children in the United States use personal technology such as smartphones and tablets, it is critical that parents prioritize…

May 13 2015 / Read More »
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Great American Spit Out: Ditch the snuff for better stuff

By Capt. Mayamona Aiken, Army Public Health Nurse: The 2015 Great American Spit Out is today. Great American Spit Out occurs every year in conjunction with “Through with Chew Week” as a means to raise awareness of…

Feb 18 2015 / Read More »
Sports Sgt. Christopher Bell, assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 1st Armored Division, flips a tire as part of one of the circuits during Mission Essential Fitness for physical training Tuesday at Fort Bliss Ironworks Gym East. Photos by Rachel Rio, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff.

Mission Essential Fitness: Tactical athletes wanted

By Jessica Batts and Rachel Rio, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff Mission Essential Fitness is taking the physical training world by storm with its high intensity interval training. MEF is a different approach to military fitness and it…

Jul 1 2015 / Read More »
Members of the Al Udeid All-Stars conduct warm up exercises prior to a soccer match against Qatari military members in celebration of the 240th U.S. Army birthday June 14, at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar. AUAB All-Stars planned a soccer match to help strengthen the partnership between the U.S. and Qatari military and build friendships between service members. Photos by Sgt. Alexandre Montes, 379th Air Expeditionary Wing Public Affairs.

11th ADA organizes Army birthday soccer game in Qatar

By Air Force Staff Sgt. Alexandre Montes, 379th Air Expeditionary Wing Public Affairs AL UDEID AIR BASE, QATAR – The word “soccer” has a completely different pronunciation in Arabic, the language of Qatar, than in English. However,…

Jun 24 2015 / Read More »
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