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Help is available for any veteran who is a survivor of military sexual trauma.

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SIERRA VISTA — Looks can be deceiving, as Julia Henry, a volunteer for Women Warriors, has noticed. She would know. It’s her job to connect women veterans with any services they might need. It’s not always easy, and it can be very emotional.

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FORT HUACHUCA — The Army Intelligence Center of Excellence celebrated its 50th anniversary at Fort Huachuca on Wednesday, the birthday also marking special recognition for the first two commanders — referred to as “trailblazers” — who led the intelligence corps at the installation in the 1970s.

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FORT HUACHUCA — Unvaccinated uniformed service members will get their shot in the arm on the installation in mid-September during a four-day vaccination blitz following orders from the U.S. Secretary of Defense that all active military must be vaccinated against COVID-19.

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FORT HUACHUCA — The installation’s first female command sergeant major took the reins from the departing command sergeant major who retired Tuesday morning after serving 30 years in the Army.

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SIERRA VISTA — The building of an emergency management services station off Buffalo Soldier Trail is set to begin in September, but the project will cost Sierra Vista about $1 million more than first projected due to rising construction costs, city officials said.

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FORT HUACHUCA — The two gyms on post have been segregated to accommodate the vaccinated and the un-vaccinated, the commanding general announced in a COVID-19 update this week, mirroring a practice that is starting to surface in many cities at restaurants, clubs and some sporting events.

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SIERRA VISTA — Newly appointed City Councilman Mark Rodriguez, a former soldier whose last assignment was on Fort Huachuca and who now works as a contractor on post, was sworn in Thursday as the latest member of the panel.

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COCHISE COUNTY − Local veterans organizations recently reflected on the importance of Memorial Day, freedom and ways the community can honor those who have served.

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FORT HUACHUCA — Lt. Col Wendy Gray, the joke-telling commander of the Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center on Fort Huachuca who guided her staff and others on the installation through the trying times of COVID-19, will be heading to the U.S. Surgeon General’s Office.

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SIERRA VISTA — World War II Navy Signalman Third Class Austin Henry Hesler was laid to rest at Southern Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery Friday, nearly 80 years after he perished in the attack on Pearl Harbor, his remains unidentifiable for decades until a recent DNA test helped reunite hi…

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COCHISE COUNTY — It’s been almost two weeks since the Arizona National Guard landed in Cochise County to help the Sheriff’s Office with its endeavors on the border, and with the number of illegal crossings spiking monthly, the assistance is needed more than ever, the Sheriff’s second in comm…

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FORT HUACHUCA – Community partners from Michaels Management, Mountain Vista Communities, KE&G Construction Inc. and Solis Engineering joined the installation Housing Division and Garrison command teams officially opened the new crossover bridge for the Bonnie Blink neighborhood here with…

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FORT HUACHUCA — At 7 years of age, Elaina Calkins doesn’t fully comprehend the significance of her father’s job in the U.S. Army. But as a military child, the first-grader is beginning to understand that people come and go and that a favorite house or school is not always permanent.

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SIERRA VISTA — After helping secure millions of dollars to help community health centers across the state reach into rural enclaves to provide care — especially COVID-19 vaccines — to the neediest citizens, U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly of Arizona toured the newest mobile clinic obtained by Chiricahu…

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SIERRA VISTA — For years, an actual “mountain” of dirt that sits on about 13 acres of vacant land at the Sierra Vista Municipal Airport has been the obstacle preventing the city from showing aviation-related businesses the potential of opening an operation there.