Unit News Soldiers of the new 1st Armored Division Artillery Brigade assemble prior to the re-flagging of 212th Fires Brigade. The brigade became the 1st AD, Division Artillery (DIVARTY) Wednesday at the 1st AD Field on East Fort Bliss. The ceremony marks the return of DIVARTY to the Army after a seven year absence. Photos by Spc. Julia Redding,  24th Press Camp Headquarters.

DIVARTY back in Army ‘Iron Steel’ Brigade comes to Bliss, 212th FB bids farewell »

By Sgt. Alexander Neely and Master Sgt. Joel Peavy, 24th Press Camp Headquarters and 1st AD Public Affairs: The 1st Armored Division Artillery was the very last ‘DIVARTY’ to stand down…

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Social media antics postings can ruin career, misrepresent military »

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By Amy Perry, Fort Lee Public Affairs: FORT LEE, Va. – Social media is very pervasive these days. As a new…

Mar 19 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Syrian chemical weapons To be destroyed by Army specialist team »

Frank Kendall, under secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, spoke outside the MV Cape Ray, in Portsmouth, Va., Jan. 2, to discuss the ship’s upcoming mission to destroy chemical weapons. Photo by C. Todd Lopez, Army News Service.

By C. Todd Lopez, Army News Service: Portsmouth, Va. – Some 64 specialists from the Army’s Edgewood Chemical Biological Center are…

Jan 8 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

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Cooking class combo WTB Soldiers offer appetite, spiritual fulfillment »

Damien Donaldson, executive chef with Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, plates a Cornish hen with orange glaze entrée during the cooking combination Bible study class held last month at the Family Resiliency Center. Donaldson, who loves to teach others the culinary arts, is scheduled to teach cooking lessons every last Wednesday of the month to Wounded Transition Battalion Soldiers. Next class is at 9 a.m., July 30 at the FRC. Photos by Virginia Reza, Garrison Public Affairs.

By Virginia Reza, Garrison Public Affairs: When Spc. Hyunjun Yoo and Spc. Marta Villanueva first started preparing and sharing evening meals in their rooms, they realized the family setting helped reduce the loneliness and some of their post-deployment symptoms. After coming back from deployment, hurt, broken…

Jul 23 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Bliss youth lead the way »

(Top right) Anisia McRay, left, and Alyce Coleman, lay in wait during a game of laser tag at Biggs Park during Milam Youth Activity Center’s week-long Youth Leadership Camp. Photos by Daniel Vestal, Garrison Public Affairs.

By Daniela Vestal, Fort Bliss Garrison Public Affairs: The Milam Youth Activity Center continued its tradition of innovative summer activities with a week long Leadership Youth Camp. The camp began with the young adults moving into empty barracks and continuing on to a series of challenges,…

Jul 23 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Upcoming events ready students for school »

Ricardo Alarcon, Milam Elementary School head custodian, polishes an otherwise quiet, empty hallway July 17, but starting Aug. 25, the school’s hallways will be filled with children again. Photo by Wendy Brown,  Fort Bliss Bugle Staff.

By Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff: The El Paso Independent School District educates more than 6,000 military children, and those students make up more than 10 percent of the district’s student population. Five schools, Bliss, Logan, Milam and Powell elementary schools, as well as Chapin…

Jul 23 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Town hall answers school registration questions »

Representatives from El Paso, Socorro and Ysleta independent school districts, Fort Bliss School Liason Office and Child, Youth and School Services answer Facebook questions at the live education town hall held July 17. Photo by Daniela Vestal,  Garrison Public Affairs.

By Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff: Fort Bliss Garrison Commander Col. Thomas E. Munsey hosted a K-12 education town hall via Facebook July 17, and the following is a compilation of the questions and answers received. The town hall included representatives from the El Paso,…

Jul 23 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
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Commentary Col. Thomas E. Munsey,
Garrison Commander.

Munsey’s Update…

By Col. Thomas E. Munsey, Garrison Commander: Summer is swiftly coming to a close and with it the biggest transition season for the Army’s Soldiers and families. On Fort Bliss alone, hundreds of Soldiers will be transitioning…

Jul 16 2014 / Read More »
Col. Thomas E. Munsey,
Garrison Commander.

Munsey’s Update…

By Col. Thomas E. Munsey, Garrison Commander: I hope all of you are enjoying your summer and getting some much needed family time while the children are on break from school. While the children may not be…

Jul 9 2014 / Read More »
Healthbeat Stephen Kamenski, patient representative, talks with an unidentified patient to help resolve issues and concerns about her health care appointment. Photo by  Julia Yubeta, WBAMC Public Affairs.

Are you getting the most from your health care experience?

By Julia Yubeta, WBAMC Public Affairs: A time of illness is a stressful time for patients as well as for their families. The best-laid plans can go awry, judgment is impaired, and, put simply, you are not…

Jul 23 2014 / Read More »
Capt. Allison Sanchez, a dietician with Nutrition Care Division at William Beaumont Army Medical Center talks with Soldiers, family members and civilians attending a recent tobacco cessation class at Mendoza Soldier Family Care Center. Photo by Julia Yubeta,  WBAMC Public Affairs.

Tobacco cessation classes offer education, support

By Julia Yubeta, WBAMC Public Affairs: Ditching tobacco saves more than money – it can save your life. Smoking is the most preventable cause of premature death in the U.S. and is a major factor for the…

Jun 25 2014 / Read More »
Sports El Gato, back center, watches as Skybird completes a flip over Ghozt Ryder during a lucha libre match at the Mitchell W. Stout Physical Fitness Center Friday. Skybird retained his title as the Border Wrestling Association Cruiserweight champion during the match.  Photos by Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff.

Lucha libre slams into Stout gym

More than 200 hundrend service members and their families attended the Border Impact Group Lucha Libre show at the Stout gym July 18. The event featured six bouts, including a heavyweight tag-team fight and a hair…

Jul 23 2014 / Read More »
Staff Sgt. Daniel Crody, a Soldier with the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, competes during the 2014 Interservice Rifle Competition at Quantico Marine Corps Base, Va. Photos by Marvin Lynchard, DoD News.

Interservice Rifle Championship brings out best marksmen

By Gary Sheftick, Army News Service: WASHINGTON – Marksmen throughout the Department of Defense competed in the 53rd Annual Interservice Rifle Championship at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Competitors include the Army Marksmanship Unit, the South Carolina…

Jul 16 2014 / Read More »
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