News

Preventing sexual assault is everyone's responsiblity

Story by Devon L. Suits | Army News Service
WASHINGTON — Building a culture of prevention, awareness, trust and support continue to drive efforts within the Army’s Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program, as it works toward rolling out new changes. RESPONSIBILITY

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Preservation experts conserve statues at ASOM

Photo by Renee Lane | Executive Dir., ASOM Museum Foundation
Preservation experts repaired and patched three statues at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum. The foundation projects included: Gen. Hugh Shelton, Iron Mike and the SOF K9 memorial. Projects like these are done every three to five years.

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Army announces update to AGSU Class B

Article by Army Public Affairs
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army released ALARACT 029/2021  providing an update allowing the optional wear of insignia and accoutrements on the Class B Army Green Service Uniform and Tropical Dress Variations. AGSU

Community

Retirees, DOD Civilians can live on installation

Courtesy of Corvias Property Management
On-post military housing offers a unique, gated community, not only for military personnel and their Families, but also for retirees and DOD civilians. Providing a superior level of customer service is part of the mission of Corvias Property Management. LIVING

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Run All American Marathon virtually until May 31

Courtesy of Fort Bragg Family and MWR
The 8th annual All American Marathon, Mike to Mike Half Marathon and All American 5K will be hosted virtually. Racers will be able to run their race anytime up until May 31. For this virtual race, runners may choose to run their route of choice. MARATHON
 

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Stay financially fit with assistance, counseling

Article by Military OneSource
If your service member has seen a drop in Family income due to the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic, is struggling with managing a paycheck for the first time, or is facing money troubles for other reasons, help is available. FINANCIALLY

 

Health and Wellness

DHA improves TRICARE Autism Care program

Article by TRICARE Communications
FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Do you have a Family member with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD)? If so, they’ll soon have expanded access to health and support services. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) has authorized policy changes. AUTISM 

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Gardening can lead to healthier lives for all ages

Courtesy of Melanie Clemmer | VA North Health Care System
National Garden Month is here, and while the word “gardening” might bring up wholesome images of elderly-grandparent types puttering around in their backyards, it can also be an enjoyable activity for all ages and abilities. GARDENING

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Learn CDC guidelines before visiting lakes, rivers

Article by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Visiting beaches, lakes, and rivers is a good way to stay physically active and keep your mind and body healthy. However, it is important to learn and follow CDC’s recommendations for how to protect yourself and others from COVID-19. RIVERS

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