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Bingo, briefings, blood, bonding

Capt. Kyle Terza, company commander, A4 Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, donates blood during organizational day at the Trading Post Friday. Photos by Lori A. Kuczmanski, Fort Bliss ASBP Blood Donor Recruiter.

By Lori A. Kuczmanski, Fort Bliss ASBP Blood Donor Recruiter: More than 200 Soldiers and family members participated in the A4 Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, organizational day Friday, which included bingo, briefings, a blood drive and bonding at the Trading Post. Capt. Kyle Terza, commander, A4 THAAD, and 1st Sgt. […]

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Dayley’s Update …

Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander

By Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander: The garrison command plays a critical role in the overall success of the installation, proudly performing the same role the garrison has performed since 1893. The garrison is comprised of highly talented Soldiers and Department of the Army civilians who perform at a high level and sustain that level […]

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Dayley’s Update…

Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander

By Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander: (Editor’s note: The June 5 column was incorrectly identified as the last in an ongoing series. The column below is the final installment. The Bugle apologizes for this error.) This is the last part in my series on the brief history and summary of the five former sites of […]

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Dayley’s Update…

Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander

By Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander: This is the last part in my series on the brief history and summary of the five former sites if Fort Bliss before settling in our present location here on La Noria Mesa. This information is taking from the book, “Guardians of the Pass – The Story of the […]

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Dayley’s Update…

Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander

By Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander: This is the fifth part in my series on the brief history and summary of the five former sites of Fort Bliss before settling in our present location here on La Noria Mesa. This information is taken from the book, “Guardians of the Pass – The Story of the […]

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Dayley’s Update …

Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander

By Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander: This is the fourth part in my series on the brief history and summary of the five former sites of Fort Bliss before settling in our present location here on La Noria Mesa. This information is taking from the book, “Guardians of the Pass – The Story of the […]

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Dayley’s Update …

Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander

By Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander: This is the third part in my series on the brief history and summary of the five former sites of Fort Bliss before settling in our present location here on La Noria Mesa. This information is taking from the book, “Guardians of the Pass – The Story of the […]

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Dayley’s update…

Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander

By Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander: This is the second part in my series on the brief history and summary of the five former sites of Fort Bliss before settling in our present location here on La Noria Mesa. This information is taken from the book “Guardians of the Pass – The Story of the […]

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Dayley’s Update…

Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander

By Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander: Many of you probably know the history of Fort Bliss, but over the next few weeks we will go back in time and offer a brief summary of the five former sites of the post prior to settling here on La Noria Mesa. We will begin the series with […]

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Dayley’s Update…

Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander

By Col. Brant V. Dayley, Garrison Commander: Spring is finally here and all over Fort Bliss I see Soldiers and families spending time enjoying the sunshine and fresh air. I am also seeing several young four-legged companions out and about with them. Springtime in the desert is a great time of year to enjoy with your […]

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