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Unit News A Soldier from the Norwegian army carries a 155mm howitzer round and places it near a M109A3 self-propelled howitzer for firing during a Bold Quest exercise here held from Thursday through Saturday. The Norwegian army was one of seven nations that participated in a multinational fires exercise with the U.S. Army during the Bold Quest exercise and NIE 16.1. Photo by Sgt. Jessica Littlejohn, 24th Press Camp Headquarters.

Bold Quest mission NIE 16.1 spearheads multinational fires exercise between US, seven other nations »

By Sgt. Jessica Littlejohn, 24th Press Camp Headquarters: CHIHUAHUAN DESERT – Bold Quest helped to spearhead a multinational fires exercise between the U.S. Army and seven other nations during Network Integration…

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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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Fort Bliss honors WWII veteran’s 94th birthday with Belgium award »

Col. Mike Hester, Fort Bliss Garrison commander, speaks to friends and family members of Army veteran Staff Sgt. Armando L. Sambrano on his 94th birthday at the Fort Bliss and Old Ironsides Museums Sept 25. Hester, on behalf of the Defense, Military, Naval and Air Attaché, Embassy of Belgium, recognized Sambrano for his recognition role during in Belgium during World War II. Photos by Staff Sgt. Larraine Whetstone, 24th Press Camp Headquarters.

By Staff Sgt. Larraine Whetstone, 24th Press Camp Headquarters: Col. Mike Hester, Fort Bliss Garrison commander, presented former Staff Sgt. Armando L. Sambrano with a certificate of appreciation from the Defense, Military, Naval and Air Attaché, Embassy of Belgium, on Sambrano’s 94th birthday at the Fort…

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Pros learn to protect archaeological sites »

Group photo of several participants form multiple agencies during Archaeological Resources Protection Act training at McGregor Range, N.M. Sept. 22-23. Courtesy photos.

By Belinda Mollard, Fort Bliss Senior Archaeologist: MCGREGOR RANGE, N.M. – More than 30 professionals from eight organizations took part in an Archaeological Resources Protection Act training here Sept. 22-23. Representatives from the Directorate of Public Work’s environmental office and the International Boundary and Water Commission…

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Fort Bliss AFAP conferences set for Oct. 24, Nov. 2-5 »

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By Helen Barrientes, AFAP Program Manager: The Army life is unique and challenging. In the last 30 years, the Army Community has addressed those challenges through the Army Family Action Plan. The Army Family Action Plan is an Army-wide program with the sole purpose of improving…

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William Beaumont call center upgrade planned »

Maj. Matthew Geiman, chief of Clinical Operation Division, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, presents a certificate of appreciation to Sylvia Thompson, medical support assistant for patient appointments, for her excellent service to calling customers, Sept. 3, at the central appointment office. Photos by Benny Ontiveros, William Beaumont Army Medical Center.

By Adan Lozano, WBAMC Clinical Operations Division: William Beaumont Army Medical Center is about to get a much needed upgrade to the facility’s automated call distribution system. The new $250,000 system will be the heart of the center’s front desk and call center operations and provide…

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Educational partnership unites Soldiers with El Paso community »

Col. Mike Hester, Fort Bliss Garrison commander, left, and Brigadier Gen. Jeffery D. Broadwater, deputy commanding general of support, 1st Armored Division, center, recognize the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy at the Centennial Banquet and Conference Center here Sept. 30. USASMA received the Partners in Education top hours and exemplary achievement awards for their selfless service to El Paso area students during the 2014-15 school year. Photo by Spc. Lauren Harrah, 24th Press Camp Headquarters.

By Spc. Lauren Harrah, 24th Press Camp Headquarters: An annual outreach program connecting Soldiers with students in El Paso area schools kicked off the 2015-16 school year with a ceremony at the Centennial Banquet and Conference Center here Sept. 30. The Partners in Education program provides…

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Healthbeat Mo’z Bar-B-Que provided the food for William Beaumont Army Medical Center’s organizational day, Sept. 11, at Biggs Park. Photos by Amabilia Payen, WBAMC Public Affairs.

WBAMC conducts organizational day

By Amabilia Payen, WBAMC Public Affairs: William Beaumont Army Medical Center conducted an organizational day at Biggs Park Sept. 11 for all the Soldiers, civilians and contactors who work at the hospital, enabling them time to enjoy…

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Key facts about the seasonal flu

By Bruce Gramlich, William Beaumont Army Medical Center: Influenza, also called “the flu,” causes an average of 36,000 deaths and more than 200,000 hospitalizations in the United States annually. On average, between 5 and 20 percent of…

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Sports Caroline Parris leads a class of combined yoga and Pilates during the Civilian Fitness Program’s Exercise-a-thon at the Stout Physical Fitness Center Friday. The event celebrated 25 classes. Photos by Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Editor.

Civilian Fitness Program; Program celebrates 25 classes with exercise-a-thon for all attendees

By Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Editor: When the subject of quitting came up in a Civilian Fitness Program class this summer, participant Doug Preston made clear his opinion on the matter: “I don’t know how to…

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Members of the Fort Bliss Warriors compete in a scrum in a game against the University of Texas at El Paso Miners at Stout Field Sept. 26. The ball is passed through the tunnel and both sides try to step over the ball. The Warriors won the game 78-19. Courtesy photos.

Bliss rugby wins season opener

By Capt. Daniel Saenz, Special to the Fort Bliss Bugle: The 2015-16 season for the Fort Bliss Warriors Rugby Club is underway, and the team won their first game handily, beating the University of Texas at El…

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