Friday, April 29, 2016
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Christopher Melder, a wildlife biologist and research associate with Colorado State University working with the Conservation Branch of Fort Polk's Environmental and Natural Resources Management Division, shows off a snapping turtle to Michelle King, Isabella King, 1, and Darley Melder,... + continue reading
Friday, April 29, 2016
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By TIMOTHY HALE   Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Mark A. Milley said the readiness of the total Army is his No. 1 priority. This message was at the forefront of his talk to leaders at the U.S. Army Reserve Command Senior Leader Conference, held April 25 at the Iron Mike... + continue reading
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Fort Polk's Warrior Transition Unit has been deactivated this year as the number of wounded, ill and injured Soldiers requiring care declines. This requires the relocation of several offices at Fort Polk.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.  + continue reading
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By VIVIAN LOPEZ   After the birth of children, parents must decide to either find child care to return to work or stay home with the kids. However, some Fort Polk spouses are choosing to do both by becoming Family Child Care (FCC) providers.   To view more please... + continue reading
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For a taste of Louisiana fun, you don’t have to travel far or wait long. You can bring your friends and family to the Warrior CajunFest Thursday at the After Action Review theater parking lot from 5-9 p.m. This Cajun-themed event features live music from “The Molly Ringwalds”... + continue reading

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04/29/2016
Corvias Military Living asks all residents to complete the 2016 Headquarters Department of the Army Residential Communities Initiative Resident Survey. Fort Polk residents who complete the survey have three opportunities to win one weekly prize of $500... + continue reading
04/22/2016
FORT POLK, La. — The Army announced that Fort Polk's Warrior Transition Unit would be one of 10 to inactivate this year as the number of wounded, ill and injured Soldiers requiring care declines. This requires the relocation of several offices at... + continue reading

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Lt. Col. Keith Katungi (right), Ugandan People's Defense Force, shakes hands with visiting military delegates from Africa, including (from left) Warrant Officer 1 Owusu Dickson, Ghana Armed Forces; Command Sgt. Maj. Cooper Manqueh, Armed Forces Liberia; WO1 Sally Mussa, Malawi Defense Forces;... + continue reading
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By DAVID VERGUN  WASHINGTON — The Army is seeking to change the "use it or lose it mentality" as it relates to unit budgets, said Lt. Gen. Tom Spoehr. Spoehr defined that mentality as "the perception throughout the Army that if you don't spend all of your money it... + continue reading
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By ZENAIDA E. MARAGGUN  FORT POLK, La. — Medical Laboratory Professionals Week provides the profession with a unique opportunity to increase public understanding of and appreciation for clinical laboratory personnel. It is celebrated Sunday through April 30. Everyone is invited to the... + continue reading
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