U.S. Coast Guard marine science manager serves nation for 48 years

Story by Walter Ham on 09/25/2019 WASHIGNTON After earning his PhD in geophysics from University of Wisconsin-Madison, the U.S. Coast Guard marine science program manager served his nation for nearly half a century. Dr. Jonathan M. Berkson, a former U.S. Army officer, U.S. Navy civilian and U.S. Coast Guard civilian,
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These Soldiers and National Guard Members Have Gameand They're Going to TwitchCon 2019

Story by Julie Mitchell on 09/24/2019 Army & Air Force Exchange Service, IMCOM Send Street Fighter V' Qualifiers to Annual Show DALLAS Soldiers and National Guard members will put their gaming skills on center stage for the world to see at TwitchCon 2019 on Sept. 27 thanks to a partnershi
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Division chief discusses progress of privatized housing fixes at Lee

Story by Terrance Bell on 09/18/2019 T. Anthony Bell Senior Writer/Special Projects FORT LEE, Va. (Sept. 18, 2019) -- Privatized housing residents here are a lot more satisfied with their living conditions than they were earlier in the year. That general observation, made by Housing Division Chief Albert Williams, may
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America's Military: Pfc. Ilie Azarov

Story by Terrance Bell on 09/18/2019 Name: Pfc. Ilie Azarov Unit: 111th Quartermaster Company, 11th Transportation Battalion, 7th Transportation Brigade (Expeditionary) Military occupational specialty: 74D chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear specialist Hometown: Houston by way of Chisinau, Moldova Age: 24 Family: single Time in service: one year How you would
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Breakfast for community leaders sets tone for SP&AM observance

Story by Patrick Buffett on 09/18/2019 FORT LEE, Va. (Sept. 18, 2019) -- The Fort Lee observance of Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month officially got underway Sept. 4 with a kickoff breakfast and proclamation signing at the Family Life Center on Sisisky Boulevard. Senior installation leaders in attendance included Maj.
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Home team: Bliss garrison welcomes new commander, thanks Murphy for service

Story by David Poe on 09/16/2019 Almost two years ago, Col. Steve Murphy, then the incoming Fort Bliss garrison commander, said he knew success in command would be a team effort. According to his remarks July 9, he couldn't have been more correct. Murphy, a career helicopter pilot, relinquished command
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