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The American Veterans Traveling Tribute, “A Heroes’ Welcome: The Cost of Freedom Tribute” including the Vietnam Memorial Wall replica and traveling monuments from 1914 to present day will be at San Pedro Golf Course, 926 N. Madison Ave. in Benson, through Sunday for a free event.

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BENSON — The American Veterans Traveling Tribute (AVTT) Vietnam Memorial Wall will be arriving in Benson on Sept. 16 for a five-day “Heroes’ Welcome” commemoration.

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FORT HUACHUCA — A new officer took over command of the Army Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca early Tuesday morning.

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FORT HUACHUCA — She is heading to the Pentagon where a new assignment awaits, but leaving this mountainous and nature-filled installation behind is almost bittersweet for Army Major General Laura Potter.

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FORT HUACHUCA — While travel restrictions remain in place at Fort Huachuca because of skyrocketing cases of coronavirus, the new garrison commander announced Tuesday that a few more amenities will be reopening.

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SIERRA VISTA — Sunday is Flag Day, a time when communities throughout the country commemorate the adoption of Old Glory as the official flag of the United States.

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Nurses Week 2020 was May 6-12 throughout the United States. Army nurses at RW Bliss Army Health Center, Fort Huachuca, Arizona, had an idea: to help the Sierra Vista Sunrise Rotary Club collect non-perishable foods as well as gently used clothing for charitable organizations in the local area.

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FORT HUACHUCA — As we continue our fight against the Corona Virus and consistent with General Order #1 dated April 7, 2020, Fort Huachuca limits new visitor access or renewals to only those individuals who reside within the local area (60 miles from Fort Huachuca) and have a sponsor that is …

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GREAT LAKES (NNS) — Seaman Recruit Morgan R. Sheffield, Division 150, graduated as the top sailor from Recruit Training Command, earning the Military Excellence Award on April 10.

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SIERRA VISTA — Where soldiers can travel, who can visit their homes and what they’re not allowed to divulge regarding COVID-19 are among some of the new, more stringent restrictions issued earlier this week on Fort Huachuca by the top commander.

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TUCSON — Though negotiations were attempted by two environmental groups to discuss Fort Huachuca’s water use, the U.S. Army and Department of Defense decisionmakers would not agree to a discussion, which led to the groups bringing a lawsuit against the fort on March 15.

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FORT HUACHUCA — Agile Defense, a Reston, Virginia-based contractor has landed a $16 million, five-year contract to conduct IT work for NETCOM on Fort Huachuca, and are in the running for three other sizable Department of Defense contracts that could bring more than 320 high-paying jobs to the area.

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SIERRA VISTA — Gov. Doug Ducey touted a booming Arizona economy, education spending, initiatives aimed at helping veterans and active-duty military, and infrastructure improvements in rural areas Wednesday morning during a “State of the State — Sierra Vista” breakfast at Cochise College.

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SIERRA VISTA — Three staffers from Gov. Doug Ducey’s office on Wednesday presented his proposed more-than $12 billion Fiscal Year 2021 executive budget, stressing K-12 education spending as a key focus of the governor.

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SIERRA VISTA — For the ninth time since 1994, environmental groups are again challenging Fort Huachuca and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) over Biological Opinions required periodically to ensure no harm is done to the San Pedro River which would affect the protected and threatened …