news from THE JRTC & fort polk
Sgt. Edna Avitia: "Pens, phone, chapstick, the standards and discipline book, water and my keys."
Randy Behr: "Phone keys, billfold, pencil, wedding ring and this pencil behind my ear!"
Pvt. Dusty Colley: "Keys, pen, phone, ID, debit card and water."
Sgt. Hakeem El Krim: "My phone, wallet, keys, notebook, a chaplain's coin from Germany and motivation!"
Pfc. Rose White: "Bandage scissors, a pocket knife, chapstick, notebook, pencils and pens, keys, phone, wallet and ID."
Sgt. Duster Slaugh: "My CAC, dog tags, IDs, note pad and pen, phone, keys, wallet and a multitool."
Spc. Ryan Felker: "Phone, wallet, keys, knife and a lighter."
SPORTS & RECREATION
Riley Phillips embraces all aspects of school life
May 3, 2019
By Vivian Lopez
Fort Polk Progress
DeRIDDER, La. — DeRidder Junior High School eighth-grader Riley Phillips embraces his school, engaging in as many activities as he can and striving for academic excellence.
At school, Phillips plays basketball and has also immersed himself in the arts.
“I like to draw,” Phillips said. “My teachers encourage me to be creative and have fun.”