H e a d qu a r t e r s , H e a d q u a r t e r s C o . 10th Combat Aviation Brigade RENEGADES FRSA FLASH Friday, May 4, 2012 Points of Contact Company Commander CPT McLean Company 1SG SFC Smith Company FRG Leader RaeAnn McLeanhhc10thcab_frg@yahoo.com BDE FRSA Jackie Sharpe O/315-774-1104 Cfirstname.lastname@example.org Inside this issue:Finance SCAM 2Parade Info 4&5Coming Attractions 6May Event Flyers 8Strongest Warrior 15Competition Contents of this newsletter are compiled from multiple Military Family news sources. Material presented does not represent the views or endorsement of the 10th CAB or the Army. This material is for personal use of the readers. All readers are en- couraged to do further research for all applicable restrictions and guidelines.
Page 4 FRSA FLASH This Week in History, May 4th - May 10th May 04, 1994 Rabin and Arafat sign accord for Palestinian self-rule May 05, 1961 The first American in space May 06, 1994 English Channel tunnel opens May 07, 1994 The Scream recovered May 08, 1945 V-E Day is celebrated in American and Britain May 09, 1950 L. Ron Hubbard publishes Dianetics May 10, 1869 Transcontinental railroad completedComply with Fort Drum, New York state regulations on weaponsFort Drum officials remind residents to ensure they are in accordance with Fort Drum regulations and New Yorkstate laws when it comes to registering weapons.It is a misdemeanor for any person to carry or possess a handgun in the state of New York unless he or she hasa valid New York pistol permit.If you are prosecuted for possessing a pistol in New York without a state pistol permit, you could be subject to amaximum of either 6-25 years imprisonment, $30,000 in fines, or a combination of both.If you own a handgun and do not have a New York state pistol permit, you should immediately bring it to theMilitary Police Station to register the weapon and have it stored in the Fort Drum Directorate of Emergency Ser-vices arms room until arrangements can be made to store them in your unit arms room.If you live on post, all weapons in your residence must be registered with DES, in accordance with Fort DrumRegulation 190-6. Weapons include BB guns, paintball guns, bows, airsoft guns and all firearms. All privatelyowned weapons crossing onto post must be registered at the Fort Drum DES.For more information, contact or stop by the Directorate of Emergency Services, Law Enforcement Division, Mili-tary Police Operations, 10715 Mt. Belvedere Blvd, Fort Drum, at 772-2992.Fort Drum Directorate of Emergency ServicesOrganizers invite groups to participate in paradeLocal organizations, groups, schools and businesses are invited to take part in the annual Watertown ArmedForces Day Parade to demonstrate the city’s community support for its military neighbors. The parade will beheld at 10 a.m. May 19.This year, the parade will start in the Watertown High School parking lot, proceed down Washington Street witha brief stop at the reviewing stand in front of the Dulles State Office Building, then continue on to Stone Streetwhere marchers will disband. The Original Yanks will perform on the State Office Building Plaza after the pa-rade.First-, second- and third-place prizes will be awarded in four categories: Best School Band, Best Float, BestScout Troop and Best Marching Community Group.Those who wish to participate must mail the group name, contact person’s name, phone number, address andcategory to Armed Forces Day Parade Committee c/o FDRLO, P.O. Box 775, Watertown, N.Y. 13601. The dead-line to register is May 11 to be placed in the lineup for the parade.This is an Operation Yellow Ribbon event sponsored by the Fort Drum Regional Liaison Organization, NorthernNew York-Fort Drum Chapter of the Association of the United States Army, USO Fort Drum, Martin’s PointHealthCare and Operation Yellow Ribbon.Fort Drum Regional Liaison Organization
Page 6 FRSA FLASH Coming Attractions * May 4 – Hearts Apart Group Meeting – Army Community Service * May 4 – In Her Shoes: Living With Domestic Violence – Army Community Service * May 5 – Syracuse Stage Play Trip: The Brother’s Size – Youth Center * May 7 – Newcomers Orientation – Army Community Service * May 7 – June 8 – 2012 Unit Softball League – Sports Office * May 7 & 8 – ScreamFree Parenting Workshop – Army Community Service * May 8 – VMIS -101 Training – Army Community Service * May 8 – EFMP Support Group Meeting – Army Community Service * May 8 – Key Caller Training – Army Community Service * May 9 – 10K Army 10 Miler Qualifier – Sports Office * May 9 & 10 – AFTB Level 1 Training – Army Community Service http://www.drummwr.com/ * May 9 – June 6 – 2012 Flag Football League – Sports Office ClassesandEvents_files/May%202012% 20Preview_FMWR_Preview.pdf * May 10 – Employment 101 Class – Army Community Service * May 10 – Basic Automotive Electrical Class – Automotive Skills Center * May 11 – Military Spouse Appreciation Event – Army Community Service * May 11 – 13 – New York City Trip – Parks and Recreation * May 12 – Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament – BOSS * May 12 – Midnight Sports – Youth Center * May 14 – EFMP Respite Care Training – Army Community Service Need Help? Call or visit Military OneSource to find information about taxes, par- enting, deployments, finances, taxes, counseling, PCS moves & moreSave the Dates! Fort Drum’s Special Events:US Army Soldier Show – World-class performances by the US Army’s most talented Soldiers. This evening performance at Ma-grath Sports Complex Gymnasium will be given at 6 pm on May 29.Riverfest – Enjoy a day on the Saint Lawrence River in the village of Alexandria Bay including a boat tour of the Thousand Is-lands, visit to Heart Island and Boldt Castle, Lunch, children’s amusements and fun on June 21with tickets on sale from yourUnit Representative soon.Mountainfest – A great day of food, activities, Salute to the Nation, games, and music on Division Hill, June 28.
Post Theater Bldg 10725, North Riva Ridge Admission is $4.50 for adults; $2.25 for children 6-11; FREE for children 5 and younger. For more movie information, call 772-5571FRI MAY 04 - 1900 Mirror, Mirror (PG)SAT MAY 05 - 1400 Dr. Seuss The Lorax (PG), 1900 Mirror, Mirror (PG)SUN MAY 06 - 1400 Mirror, Mirror (PG)MON MAY 07 - ClosedTUE MAY 08 - ClosedWED MAY 09 - ClosedTHU MAY 10 - ClosedFRI MAY 11 - 1900 The Wrath Of The Titans (PG-13)SAT MAY 12 - 1400 Mirror, Mirror (PG), 1900 21 Jump Street (R)SUN MAY 13 - 1400 The Wrath Of The Titans (PG-13)
Page 9 FRSA FLASHACS Outlook Program is looking for volunteers for the Spouse Appreciation Day Festivities on Friday, May 11th!They need two or three people to work popcorn and drinks at the movie theater from 10-2 and four or five todecorate and prepare food beginning at 8am, and four or five people to serve lunch at noon at the AdirondackCreek Community Center . There are also two bouncy houses that should be manned.If you are interested in helping out, please contact Sarah Lynch at email@example.com or 315-772-5374.
VOLUNTEERS WANTED Our Family Readiness Group (FRG) is looking for a few volunteers! A couple of the positions available are Key Callers, FRG Fund Custo- dian or Treasurer. If you are interested please contact RaeAnn, our FRG Leader and get the details!The Information and Referral Program at ACS is looking for someone to manage the Coupon Service at the ACSBuilding. The volunteer will organize the provided coupons by category and the date of expiration in to the con-tainers provided by ACS. Time requirement is approximately 2 hours per week. If you are interested, pleasestop by the ACS Building and ask for Virginia Cooper or you can call her at 772-6766 or firstname.lastname@example.org