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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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Army camels travel West: US Army Camel Corps experiment of 1857 »

Ian MacKenzie, 11, left, sits on Richard the camel as Doug Baum, right, speaks to members of the Little Petit Home School Association of Anthony, N.M., during a presentation about the 1857 U.S. Army Camel Corps experiment in the San Elizario (Texas) Historic District Friday. Photos by Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Editor.

By Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Editor: SAN ELIZARIO, Texas – When men dressed in Army uniforms first visited this historic town with camels in July 1857, some people – their jaws dropped in amazement – asked if the group were part of some kind of…

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YWCA seeks to build safer communities »

Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, speaks to about 2,000 guests attending the 23rd annual YWCA Women’s Benefit Luncheon at the Judson F. Williams Convention Center in El Paso April 28. Photos by Abigail Waldrop, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff.

By Abigail Waldrop, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff: From residential facilities to afterschool programs to early learning centers, YWCA of El Paso del Norte Region offers many services to the El Paso community. As the largest YWCA in the United States, the organization’s mission is ambitious. To…

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El Paso remembers the Holocaust during National Days of Remembrance »

About 100 people gathered at the Congregation B’Nai Zion, El Paso for Yom HaShoah, the National Days of Remembrance, presented by the El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center Sunday. Photos by Abigail Waldrop, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff.

In a darkened worship center, by candlelight, a speaker slowly read the names aloud. They were the names of Holocaust survivors, some living, some who have passed, but all from the El Paso area. To honor these survivors and all survivors of the Holocaust, about…

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Home away from home »

Spc. Zachary Schaefer, an aircraft structural mechanic assigned to the 127th ASB, CAB, 1st AD, completes obstacles with his student Daniel Tidwell, 10, at the organization’s riding facility Feb. 23. Schaefer volunteers weekly at Compadres Therapy in El Paso. Photos by Pfc. Katheryne Rodriguez, 127th CAS Bn.

By Pfc. Katheryne Rodriguez, 127th Combat Aviation Support Battalion: As the sun rises on a beautiful Saturday morning, Spc. Zachary Schaefer is already hard at work at Compadres Therapy in El Paso prepping the horses for the day’s activities. Schaefer, an aircraft structural mechanic assigned to…

Apr 27 2016 / No Comment / Read More »


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Healthbeat From left: Georgina Biehl, guest speaker, Command Sgt. Maj. Bobby J. Breeden, Fort Bliss Garrison command sergeant major, Spc. Kellie Brisco, William Beaumont Army Medical Center volunteer of the year, Karen Twitty, spouse of Maj. Gen. Stephen M. Twitty, 1st Armored Division and Fort Bliss commanding general, and Col. Michael J. Hester, Fort Bliss Garrison commander, pose for a picture during the Fort Bliss Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation’s annual volunteer appreciation dinner at the Centennial Banquet and Conference Center April 15. Photo by Abigail Waldrop, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff.

WBAMC volunteer pays it forward

By Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs: Former Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Raymond Odierno once said, “The professional ethic (of a U.S. Army Soldier) is not a 9-to-5-ethic. It’s a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week ethic.” A Soldier embodying that…

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Capt. Kimberly Feeney, left, chief, Clinical Dietetics Branch, Nutrition Care Division, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, presents a gift basket to National Nutrition Month trivia question winner, Ricardo Espejo, medical technologist, WBAMC, at the hospital April 14. Photos by Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs.

Nutrition trivia winners get gift baskets from Nutrition Care Division

By Marcy Sanchez, William Beaumont Army Medical Center Public Affairs: Four lucky winners at William Beaumont Army Medical Center received gift baskets from the Nutrition Care Division April 14. The division awarded the baskets as a prize…

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Sports Monalisa Garcia-Torres, right, military spouse, wades through the first water obstacle at the Old Ironsides Mud Challenge at the Air Assault School obstacle course here Saturday. Photos by Abigail Waldrop,  Fort Bliss Bugle Staff.

Old Ironsides mud challenge: Adventure seekers embrace the mud

By Abigail Waldrop, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff: Tech. Sgt. Latoya Flagg and Staff Sgt. Lashuna Freeman, both assigned to the Air Force Desert Defender Ground Combat Readiness Training Center here, like adventure. They like to spend their…

May 4 2016 / Read More »
Class participants dance and workout to up-tempo music during the U Jam class at the Joshua W. Soto Physical Fitness Center here April 19. Photos by Abigail Waldrop, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff.

United We Jam: Together we sweat

By Abigail Waldrop, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff: Who doesn’t love a Tuesday morning dance party? United We Jam, or “U Jam,” is an athletic urban dance class that combines dance with a cardio workout. Eighteen participants worked…

Apr 27 2016 / Read More »
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