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  1. Vol. 69 No. 49 Dec. 16, 2011 Word of the month: Charity Photo by Staff Sgt. Ian Terry ‘Truck rodeo’ Spc. Raymond A. Mowery, track vehicle mechanic, conducts a maintenance task Infantry Regiment, attached to 4th Brigade Support Battalion, 1st Brigade while Spc. Daniel Perez Jr., power generation equipment mechanic, provides Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, were among warriors from eight Fort assistance during the “Sustainer Stakes” competition held Nov. 30-Dec. 1. The Carson sustainment units to compete in the event, which featured testing lanes on Soldiers, assigned to Company E, Forward Support Company, 1st Battalion, 22nd truck and maintenance-specific tasks. See page 12 for more on the competition.Exchange celebrates reopeningby Kerstin Lopez vital that the Exchange also grow to meet the need of $23.5 million, said Patrick Riordan, ColoradoMountaineer staff the Fort Carson community,” Kruse said. “With this Springs Exchanges general manager. renovation, (Army and Air Force Exchange Services) “Based on the tremendous growth and restationing After nearly two years of renovations and has created a community center that offers a safe of the 4th Infantry Division, the Exchange hasexpansion, the Fort Carson Exchange will celebrate a and friendly environment for the Fort Carson commu- expanded and continues to offer new retail, food andgrand reopening Friday at 10 a.m. nity. It has also allowed for an expanded assortment service operations to the community,” Riordan said. The total complex, including the main store, food of merchandise and services to better meet the need of New additions to the facility include shops suchcourt and concession mall increased from 104,000 the military servicemembers and their Families.” as Vera Bradley, Martha Stewart, NFL/Sportssquare feet to 194,000 square feet, said Amanda The renovation and expansion project was Concept, Icon Motorcycle Gear and concessions suchKruse, Fort Carson Exchange store manager. planned in 2001, funded in 2009 and construction See Opening on Page 4 “As the Fort Carson installation has grown it is began in January 2010. The cost of the project totaled I Community Feature N S Year in I D Review Next paper Jan. 6 Page 15 Page 24-25 E
  2. 2 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011 MOUNTAINEER Commander’s column CG sends holiday messageCommanding General: Maj. Gen. Joseph AndersonGarrison Commander: Col. Robert F. McLaughlinFort Carson Public Affairs Officer: Dee McNutt by Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson special meaning. IChief, Print and Web Communications: Commanding general, 4th Infantry Division encourage everyone Rick Emert and Fort Carson to make time toEditor: Devin Fisher write, call or emailStaff writers: Andrea Sutherland Soldiers, Families, employees and friends of the a deployed Soldier Dustin Senger 4th Infantry Division and Fort Carson, or friend. Your Kerstin Lopez The December holiday season is finally here. This correspondence Staff Sgt. Wayne Barnett is a special time for Families and communities to gather will bolster theirHappenings: Nel Lampe together and celebrate. spirits as they serveSports writer: Walt Johnson The holiday season is also a wonderful time to reflect our nation overseas.Layout/graphics: Jeanne Mazerall on the many accomplishments we have made during the Please remember This commercial enterprise newspaper is past year and to prepare ourselves for the challenges of to always keepan authorized publication for members of the the new year. Our team has completed many complex and our woundedDepartment of Defense. Contents of the important tasks and missions, to include the successful warriors and GoldMountaineer are not necessarily the officialview of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government or completion of Operation New Dawn and continued Star Families in success in Operation Enduring Freedom. Each of you your thoughts andthe Department of the Army. Printed circulationis 12,000 copies. The editorial content of the Mountaineer should be proud of your individual and unit’s contributions prayers as well, Andersonis the responsibility of the Public Affairs Office, to make our Army the best Army in the world. and never forget theFort Carson, CO 80913-5119, Tel.: 526-4144. I receive daily compliments from citizens and leaders sacrifices that they have made for our country.The e-mail address is usarmy.carson.hqda-ocpa. within the Front Range community thanking you for As we celebrate the holidays, I ask that everyone carefullylist.pao-mountaineer-editor@mail.mil. your selfless service to our country. I am personally and plan their activities and take into account the hazards The Mountaineer is posted on theInternet at http://csmng.com. professionally proud of each of your accomplishments associated with this time of year. Take the time to thoroughly The Mountaineer is an unofficial and I am honored and humbled to be a part of this plan your activities and travel safely. Leaders are a criticalpublication authorized by AR 360-1. The great unit and installation. part of this planning effort and can make the differenceMountaineer is printed by Colorado SpringsMilitary Newspaper Group, a private firm in This past year has been extremely busy for the Fort by preventing a tragedy. Do not risk your safety or yourno way connected with the Department of the Carson team. While we don’t yet know of all the challenges Family’s and friends’ safety — take all necessary precautionsArmy, under exclusive written contract with that we will face in 2012, I am confident that we will during the holiday break and always do the right thing.Fort Carson. It is published 49 times per year. The appearance of advertising in this meet these challenges and accomplish all missions to Beth and I send you our very best wishes for anpublication, including inserts or supplements, standard. I also urge everyone to take the opportunity enjoyable holiday season and thank you for yourdoes not constitute endorsement by the to relax and enjoy time with their Families during the continued and loyal service to our nation. We lookDepartment of the Army or Colorado SpringsMilitary Newspaper Group, of the products or well-deserved half-day schedule period. forward to serving with each and every one of youservices advertised. The printer reserves the For those of us who are fortunate enough to during the new year. Thanks for what you do.right to reject advertisements. be home for the holidays, this season holds a — Steadfast and Loyal Everything advertised in this publicationshall be made available for purchase, use orpatronage without regard to race, color,religion, sex, national origin, age, maritalstatus, physical handicap, political affiliationor any other nonmerit factor of the purchaser, D6 sends Caring exemplifies holiday spirituser or patron. If a violation or rejection ofthis equal opportunity policy by an advertiseris confirmed, the printer shall refuse to printadvertising from that source until the violationis corrected. For display advertising call634-5905. by Lt. Gen. Michael Ferriter member can point to service providers on our garrisons All correspondence or queries regarding Commanding general, U.S. Army Installation who go out of their way to help.advertising and subscriptions should be directedto Colorado Springs Military Newspaper Management Command The same sense of caring is why so many Soldiers,Group, 31 E. Platte Avenue, Suite 300, Family members, civilians and retirees volunteer theirColorado Springs, CO 80903, phone 634-5905. One of the world’s greatest leaders was a gate guard time and talents across the installation. Our volunteers The Mountaineer’s editorial content isedited, prepared and provided by the Public who worked at the main gate of Fort Benning, Ga. welcome newcomers. They teach classes, mentorAffairs Office, building 1430, room 265, Fort What made that gate guard so great was that he knew children and teens, and run play groups for youngCarson, CO 80913-5119, phone 526-4144. his job was more than checking identification cards. mothers and toddlers. They plan outings for wounded Releases from outside sources are soindicated. The deadline for submissions to the With his awesome attitude, he conveyed to every person warriors, build houses for disabled veterans, supportMountaineer is close of business the week passing through his lane that he cared. survivors, help prepare Families for deployment andbefore the next issue is published. The Somehow he succeeded in making a difference throw welcome home parties.Mountaineer staff reserves the right to edit just through his genuine message of “Welcome home.” Caring and selfless service is ingrained in our Armysubmissions for newspaper style, clarity andtypographical errors. I’ve talked with many people who had contact with culture, and we are much stronger because of it. Army Strong. Policies and statements reflected in the him — Soldiers, parents visiting their Soldiers, civilians To everyone who has extended a helping handnews and editorial columns represent views going to work and visiting retirees who were stationed this past year, whether in a professional capacity orof the individual writers and under nocircumstances are to be considered those of at Fort Benning years ago — and all agreed: He as a volunteer, thank you. Thank you for choosingthe Department of the Army. made a difference. to go the extra mile to make a difference for Reproduction of editorial material is We’ve all seen this type of inspired leadership Soldiers, civilians and Families.authorized. Please credit accordingly. on every installation. Showing that we Let’s all enjoy what the season offers, care exemplifies the very spirit of the wherever we are, and enjoy time with holiday season. friends and loved ones. As we celebrate, The great thing about being part let’s remember those who are deployed of the Army Family is that caring and extend extra support to their Classified advertising goes beyond the holiday season. It is Families at home. 329-5236 day in, day out, year-round. Let’s also be mindful of those around Margie and I and our four kids have us who may find this time of year Display advertising 634-5905 lived and grown as a Family on Army more difficult. For those who need installations around the world. We’ve assistance, our installations provide a Mountaineer editor met many whose sense of service far number of Soldier and Family support 526-4144 exceeded their job description — services. If you are unsure where to Post information really dedicated people at a housing go, start with Army Community Service 526-5811 office, youth sports coaches and child or the chaplain’s office. Post weather hotline development services, to name just a From my Family to you and yours, 526-0096 few. My family’s experience is not we wish you safe and happy holidays unique. Every Soldier and Family Ferriter and a blessed new year.
  3. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 3McCoy retires after 40 yearsby Andrea Sutherland return assist Soldiers and Families. the Mountain Post, finding work in to assist the new garrison commander,Mountaineer staff “Steve is the anchor of Fort Carson. the civilian sector. Col. Michael Kazmierski, with his He makes our installation run,” said “I landed a temporary position transition. So I did that for several Four decades ago, Steve McCoy Col. Robert F. McLaughlin, garrison at the Pueblo Army Depot,” he said. months until we recruited on thestarted his federal career as an commander. “He is a team builder “In the meantime, I was putting in position, I competed and was fortunateautomotive battery servicer for the who has given so much of his adult applications at Fort Carson.” enough to be selected for it.”Directorate of Logistics at Fort Carson life to make this the best hometown in McCoy was hired by Fort Carson’s McCoy has since served for sixfor $3.74 an hour. He retires Dec. 31 the Army, home of DOL in 1973, working garrison commanders.as the deputy garrison commander of America’s best.” his way from battery In the last 40 years, he said he’sthe Mountain Post, having served in The key to servicer to tactical seen a lot of positive changes.the position for 14 years. McCoy’s success: equipment mechanic “When I came here in 1973, Fort “I worked my way up through the teamwork. to holding various Carson facilities were all World Warcareer ladder,” McCoy said. “I was given “Through 40 leadership positions II wood and Soldier billeting wasa lot of opportunities to prove myself.” years, I’ve had some in DOL. comprised of gang latrines and open In the past 40 years, McCoy has great mentors and In 1997, while barracks, not nearly the comfortoverseen major changes on the some great coaches serving as the chief of Soldiers enjoy today. You were luckyMountain Post, including preparing who have provided Supply and Services to have screens on your windows,” heboth active and reserve units for exceptional leader- Division within DOL, said, chuckling.mobilization in support of Desert ship and guidance to McCoy was asked to “I think another significant changeStorm and Desert Shield while working me,” he said. “I’ve temporarily serve as was the acquisition of the Piñon Canyonas the chief of Supply and Services developed relation- the deputy garrison Maneuver Site,” he said. “It’s a signifi-Division for DOL — a learning ships that I’ll main- commander, a position cant and invaluable training area for us.”experience that he would call upon tain and take to the McCoy that had formerly been McCoy said he is also proud to haveagain shortly after 9/11; converting the grave with me.” filled by a Soldier. been a part of important improvementsDOL from a government workforce of Raised in Southern California, “The garrison commander at that to the quality of life for families, Soldiersapproximately 250 to contract without McCoy said he first came to Fort time was Col. (Lawrence) Davis and and civilians working on Fort Carson.a single employee lost to unemployment; Carson after completing basic training he was about two months out from Improvements to infrastructure over theand serving 15 years as chairman for in 1970 at Fort Ord, Calif. When the rotating and he was without a deputy,” last 10 years is unprecedented, inclusivethe Local Federal Coordinating Army honorably discharged McCoy McCoy said. “The position had been of housing, medical, child care, fitness,Committee of the Combined Federal in 1972, following a troop drawdown previously converted from military to dining and recreation, he said.Campaign, which has raised millions after the Vietnam conflict, McCoy civilian so Col. Davis asked me if I See McCoy on Page 4of dollars for local nonprofits who in and his wife eventually returned to would come up and serve temporarily Remote Start From Y The 19 from the best makers OR OR per month Installed Warm up your car in winter or cool it down in summer 2-Way Available r From All Your Favorite Systems 9.9%Interest No Credit, No Prob No Down Payment lem * * Take It 39 per month 1200 Watts, Dual Woofers with Installation! OR OR No Payments Until Also check out our Desktop systems Feb. Car Stereos and Include 19" Flatscreen Build or Rebuild Yo ur Credit Home Video Systems! Monitor! See store for details. O Today! T From TV’ of The Alternate Source supports America’s armed forces and their families year-round and especially during the holidays. 99 per month OR OR STORE HOURS: Dining Room Living Room Bedroom S. Academy Blvd. X In the Mission Trace Shopping Center MEMBER 392-0181 Minimum six months employment and checking account required to finance. All models similar to illustration. Some quantities limited; subject to prior sale. *Cash, credit card, or debit card on these items.
  4. 4 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011Opening McCoy on the workforce over the last 10 years,” he said he plans to spend more time withfrom Page 1 from Page 3 said. “We’re in this constant (Army Force friends and family, including his wife, Lu Generation) cycle, where we have Soldiers McCoy, with whom he recently celebratedas Starbucks, Things “We offer alternate work schedules, deploying and redeploying throughout the 40 years of marriage.Remembered, ATI Cell we offer tele-work, and we offer wellness year, which has required a lot of weekend “We’re going to take a three-week tripPhones, Elite Sportswear programs to our workforce as a means to and holiday work (for civilians). I think our to South America,” he said. “I’ve got a lotand Daniels Knife and balance personal and professional workforce has learned to become very of time to make up.”Specialty. demands. These programs were nonexistent flexible and very resilient.” Remaining humble, Steve McCoy said Food court eateries in my day,” he said. “We’re paying more McCoy praised his civilian colleagues, he doesn’t consider many of his accomplish-such as Burger King, attention to personal wellness of our who number in the thousands, for their ments personal accomplishments althoughAnthony’s Pizza and workforce while promoting and exercising loyalty and dedication. he is proud to have been a part of the design,Taco John’s underwent sound sustainable practices such as “They understand why they come in here inscription and construction of the Civilianrenovations to better recycling, energy and water conservation, every day — to train and equip Soldiers to Workforce Memorial located in front ofserve the customers, waste management and green procurement, win the fight while taking care of Families Soldiers Memorial Chapel. These twoKruse said. just to mention a few.” left behind,” he said. “We’re a customer- granite stones symbolize what the civilian Special pricing on Since taking on the role of deputy focused and customer-based organization workforce represents and their commitment,many items, demonstra- commander, McCoy said he’s more and those customers are Soldiers and selfless service and dedication to duty.tions, samplings and attuned to the dedication and commitment Families, but at the same time we also serve “I’ve worked with so many greatgiveaways, are just some of the civilian workforce as a whole. each other. It’s a team of teams.” people, I’m proud to be a part of thisof the events planned “There has been significant pressure As he prepares for retirement, McCoy team,” he said. “It’s been a great ride.”for the grand reopeningof the Exchange. “The Fort Carsonteam would like to Lost, abandoned animalsthank our customers As of Jan. 1, the Humane animals collected annually will be disseminated postwidefor their patience and Society will no longer accept within the Pikes Peak region. within the next several weeks.understanding through- stray pets from Fort Carson. Fort Carson is currently Contact Chris Zimmermanout this renovation The kennels on Abbott developing other options. at the Police/Provost Marshalprocess. We truly appre- Lane in Colorado Springs are Information concerning where Division at 524-5394 forciate their loyalty to the overwhelmed by the volume of missing pets can be retrieved more information.Exchange,” Kruse said.
  5. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 5 The new 43rd Sustainment Brigade headquarters allows the unit to fuse together Fort Carson sustainment team.‘Rough Riders’ open new headquartersStory and photo by “It’s like a smart phone — it gas, which provides greater insulation ceremony, declared the new headquartersStaff Sgt. Ian M. Terry enables us. This building allows us to than standard double-paned windows, officially open.43rd Sustainment Brigade Public collaborate, to communicate, to fuse while not reducing the transparency DeTingo then led Gonsalves on aAffairs Office together Fort Carson sustainment teams of the windows. tour of the new building, highlighting to do what we do, which is support our In attendance at the ceremony were the sustainment operations center. The 43rd Sustainment Brigade brothers and sisters in the 4th Infantry Col. Ryan F. Gonsalves, deputy The SOC is a vast network ofleadership officially opened the doors Division and all the Soldiers across the commanding general of maneuver, Soldiers and systems responsible forto its new headquarters building on Best Hometown in the Army.” 4th Inf. Div., and Col. Robert F. assembling support packagesFort Carson during a ribbon-cutting Among the technologies employed McLaughlin, garrison commander. through coordination and planningceremony Dec. 9. in the building is a 300-kilowatt photo- Joe Y. Toddy, a Native American with multiple contributing agencies. Prior to the new building, the voltaic system, which provides green shaman and longtime friend of the 43rd “So every piece of equipment,“Rough Rider” Brigade operated from energy to offset 49 percent of the overall SB, performed a blessing over the new every work order, every supportthree different buildings, with its brigade, energy use of the building. Solar panels building, both inside and out. Upon request, can be tracked here,” saidbattalion and company headquarters provide 60 percent of the energy required completion of the blessing, Gonsalves Gonsalves. “That’s phenomenal.”being spread across post. Now, with the for the building’s hot water usage. and DeTingo, stood with 43rd SB The sustainment process, whether a43rd SB and the 43rd Special Troops In addition to specif ic green Command Sgt. Maj. Randy S. Varner fuel or ammunition distribution missionBattalion under one roof, execution of technologies, the building’s architecture and Joe Wyka, Directorate of Public or a transportation or maintenancesustainment missions has reached a is designed to allow maximum sunlight Works acting director, to ceremoniously support request, is aimed to be agreater level of efficiency. to most areas, reducing the electrical cut the ribbon signifying the opening process transparent to requesting units. “This building is technology,” said usage from artificial light sources of the building. With all systems in place in theirLt. Col. Geoffrey C. DeTingo, deputy during most daylight hours. Following the ceremony, Capt. new headquarters, the 43rd SB Roughcommander, 43rd SB, who presided The building’s windows are Brian C. Stark, a support operations Riders are positioned to execute theirover the ceremony. double-paned and filled with argon officer in the 43rd SB, who narrated the brigade motto, “Provide with Pride.”
  6. 6 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011Miscellaneous Dennis Frost at 526-6997 or email dennis.j.frost. physical. Call 524-1461 or visit the website at civ@mail.mil. http://www.bragg.army.mil/sorb.The Central Issue Facility — will be closed for • Repair and utility/self-help — Call Garyits annual 100-percent inventory Monday-Dec. 23. Grant at 526-5844 or email gerald.l.grant2. Hours of OperationThe CIF will reopen Dec. 27 with regular business civ@mail.mil. Use this number to obtain self-helphours. Emergencies will be handled on an individual tools and equipment or a motorized sweeper. DFAC hours — Fort Carson dining facilities operatebasis. Contact Catherine Martinez at 524-1888 for • Base operations contracting officer repre- under the following hours:more information. sentative — Call Bruce Gronczniak at 526-9262 or • Wolf — Friday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30The Army Attaché Management Division — is email bruce.e.gronczniak.civ@mail.mil for questions a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner. Closed Saturday-recruiting qualified regular Army noncommissioned on snow removal, grounds maintenance and contractor Sunday. Monday-Dec. 16, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30officers, sergeant-sergeant first class, to serve in U.S. response to service orders. a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner. Closed Dec. 23-26.embassies around the world. For more information • Portable latrines — Call Jerald Just at 524-0786 Dec. 27-30, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.or to request an application for Defense Attaché or email jerald.j.just.civ@mail.mi to request latrines, (lunch), 5-6:30 p.m. (dinner). Dec. 29-Jan. 2, 7-9 a.m.assignment, contact Master Sgt. Matthew for service or to report damaged or overturned latrines. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), 5-6:30Tuiasosopo, Army Attaché Management Division, The Fort Carson Trial Defense Service office — is p.m. (dinner). Jan. 3-6, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m.at 202-231-7291 or 301-917-4729 or email able to help Soldiers 24/7 and is located at building to 1 p.m. (lunch), 5-6:30 p.m. (dinner).matthew.tuiasosopo@us.army.mil. 1430, room 240. During duty hours, Soldiers should • Stack — Friday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m.Work Management Branch — The DPW Work call 526-4563. The 24-hour phone number for to 1 p.m. (lunch), 5-6:30 p.m. (dinner). Saturday andManagement Branch, responsible for processing after hours, holidays and weekends is 719-358-3275. Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (brunch), 5-6:30 p.m. (supper).work orders — Facilities Engineering Work Requests, Questions can also be submitted by email to Monday-Thursday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1DA Form 4283 — recently changed its hours of FtCarsonTDS@gmail.com. Know your rights. p.m. (lunch), 5-6:30 p.m. (dinner). Dec. 23-26, 9 a.m. tooperation. The Work Management Branch, located Legal services — provided at the Soldier Readiness 1 p.m. (brunch), 5-6:30 p.m. (supper). Dec. 27-29, 7-9in building 305, will be open for processing work Processing site are for Soldiers undergoing the SRP a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner.orders and other in-person support from 7-11:30 a.m. process. The SRP Legal Office will only provide powers Closed Dec. 30-Jan. 2. Jan. 3-6, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast),Monday-Friday. Afternoon customer support is by of attorney or notary services to Soldiers processing 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner.appointment only, call 526-2900. through the SRP. Retirees, Family members and • Warfighter (Wilderness Road Complex) —Veterans Affairs claims and benefits — Veterans Soldiers not in the SRP process can receive legal Friday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.can get assistance through the Veterans Services assistance and powers of attorney at the main legal (lunch), no dinner. Closed Saturday-Sunday. Monday-Group, Wednesday from noon to 3 p.m. for walk-ins office located at 1633 Mekong St., building 6222, Thursday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.and 3:30-4:30 p.m. for appointments. The VSG is next to the Family Readiness Center. Legal assistance (lunch), no dinner. Closed Dec. 23-26. Dec. 27-29, 7-located at The Retired Enlisted Association Chapter 1 prepares powers of attorney and performs notary 9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), noat 834 Emory Circle in Colorado Springs. For more services on a walk-in basis from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. dinner. Closed Dec. 30-Jan. 2. Jan. 3-6, 7-9 a.m.information call 719-337-0086. Mondays-Wednesdays and Fridays, and from 8:30 (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner.Recycle incentive program — The Directorate of a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursdays. • 10th SFG(A) LaRochelle — Friday, 7-9 a.m.Public Works has an incentive program to prevent (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner.recyclable waste from going to the landfill. Briefings Closed Saturday-Sunday. Monday-Thursday, 7-9 a.m.Participating battalions can earn monetary rewards for (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner.turning recyclable materials in to the Fort Carson Casualty Notification/Assistance Officer training Closed Dec. 23-26. Dec. 27-29, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast),Recycle Center, building 155. Points are assigned for — is held Jan. 17-19 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner. Closed Dec.the pounds of recyclable goods turned in and every Family Readiness Center, building 6237, room 104. 30-Jan. 2. Jan. 3-6, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. toparticipating battalion receives money quarterly; the This training is required for all Soldiers asked to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner.top two battalions receive an additional bonus amount. perform this solemn duty. Per Army Regulation Central Issue Facility regular business hours —Call 526-5898 for more information about the program. 600-8-1, this duty is limited to those in the ranks of are listed below. Call 526-3321 to make appointments.Audie Murphy Club — The Fort Carson Sergeant sergeant first class to command sergeant major, chief In-processingAudie Murphy Club meets the third Tuesday of warrant officer 2-5 and captain and above. No Monday-Thursday from 7:30-10:30 a.m.each month at the Family Connection Center from reservations are required to attend training. Classes Initial issues11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The SAMC is open to all offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Call Jean Monday-Thursday from 12:30-3 p.m.active members and those interested in becoming Graves at 526-5613/5614 for more information. Partial issuesfuture SAMC members. The club was originally Disposition Services — Defense Logistics Agency Monday-Thursday from 12:30-3 p.m.a U.S. Forces Command organization of elite Disposition Services Colorado Springs, located in Cash sales/report of surveynoncommissioned officers but is now an Armywide building 381, conducts orientations Fridays from Monday-Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.program for individuals who have met the criteria 12:30-3:30 p.m. The orientations discuss DLA Direct exchangeand have proven themselves to be outstanding processes to include turning in excess property, Monday-Thursday from 12:30-3 p.m.NCOs through a board/leadership process. Contact reutilizing government property, web-based tools Partial turn insthe SAMC president, Staff Sgt. Thomas Witt, at available, special handling of property and environ- Monday-Thursday from 12:30-3 p.m.526-5661 for more information. mental needs. To schedule an orientation, contact Full turn insCommand Evaluation and Training Team — Arnaldo Borrerorivera at arnaldo.borrerorivera@ Monday-Thursday from 7:30-10:30 a.m.COMET provides commanders at all levels with a dla.mil for receiving/turn in; Mike Welsh at Unit issues and turn insresponsive maintenance and supply assessment and mike.welsh@dla.mil for reutilization/web tools; or Call 526-5512/6477 for approval.training tool that improves the combat effectiveness, Rufus Guillory at rufus.guillory@dla.mil. Education Center hours of operation — Thereadiness and efficiency of their units’ logistical Retirement briefings — are held from 8 a.m. to Mountain Post Training and Education Center, buildingprograms. The team identifies supply and mainte- noon the second and third Wednesday of each month 1117, 526-2124, hours are as follows:nance weaknesses and problems, and provides at the Joel Hefley Community Center conference • Counselor Support Center — Monday-individual/unit reinforcement training based on room, 6800 Prussman Ave. The Retirement Services Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Fridays 11 a.m.assessments. Results remain confidential for the unit Office recommends spouses accompany Soldiers to to 4:30 p.m.commander only. The team provides assistance in the briefing. Call 526-2840 for more information. • Army Learning Center — Monday-Friday 8the majority of maintenance and supply management Reassignment briefings — are held Tuesdays a.m. to 6 p.m.areas with one-on-one training, and by for Soldiers heading overseas and Thursdays for • Defense Activity for Nontraditional Educationconducting follow-up visits. The team also conducts personnel being reassigned stateside. The briefings Support and Army Personnel Testing — Monday-classes to help strengthen supply skills and improve are held in building 1129, Freedom Performing Arts Friday 7:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-4:30 p.m.maintenance readiness. Contact Tim Howarth at Center; sign-in is at 7 a.m. and briefings start at Claims Office hours — are Monday-Friday from 9503-3095 or email thomas.howarth3.ctr@mail.mil 7:30 a.m. Soldiers are required to bring Department a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. The Claims Office is locatedfor more information. of the Army Form 5118, signed by their unit on the first floor of building 6222, 1633 MekongDirectorate of Public Works services — DPW is personnel section, and a pen to complete forms. Street. Shipment under Full Replacement Valueresponsible for a wide variety of services on Fort Call 526-4730/4583 for more information. claimants must submit Department of Defense FormCarson. Services range from repair and maintenance Army ROTC Green to Gold briefings — are held 1840R to the carrier within 75 days. Shipment underof facilities to equipping units with a sweeper and the first and third Tuesday of each month at noon at Defense Personal Property Program claimants mustcleaning motor pools. Listed below are phone the education center, building 1117, room 120. Call log into the Defense Personal Property System atnumbers and points of contact for services: University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Army http://www.move.mil and report all the items online • Facility repair/service orders — Fort Carson ROTC at 262-3475 for more information. within 75 days. Claims must be submitted within nineSupport Services service order desk can be reached at ETS briefings — for enlisted personnel are held the months directly with carriers to receive full replacement526-5345. Use this number for emergencies or first and third Wednesday of each month. Briefing value for missing and destroyed items. All otherroutine tasks and for reporting wind damage, sign in begins at 7 a.m. at the Soldier Readiness claims should be submitted to Fort Carson Claimsdamaged traffic signs or other facility damage. Building, building 1042, room 244, on a first-come, Office within two years of the date of delivery or • Refuse/trash and recycling — Call Eric first-served basis. Soldiers must be within 120 days date of incident. Call the Fort Carson Claims OfficeBailey at 719-491-0218 or email eric.e.bailey4.civ@ of their expiration term of service, but must attend the at 526-1355 for more information.mail.mil when needing trash containers, trash is briefing no later than 30 days prior to their ETS or startoverflowing or emergency service is required. of transition leave. Call 526-2240/8458 for details. • Facility custodial services — Call Bryan Special Forces briefings — are held Wednesdays in BOSS meetings areDorcey at 526-6670 or email bryan.s.dorcey. building 1340, room 123, from 10-11 a.m. and held at 10 a.m. the firstciv@mail.mil for service needs or to report noon to 1 p.m. Soldiers must be specialist to staff and third Wednesday ofcomplaints. sergeant from any military occupational specialty, each month at the • Elevator maintenance — Call Bryan Dorcey have a general technical score of at least 107, be a Foxhole. For informa-at 526-6670 or email bryan.s.dorcey.civ@mail.mil. U.S. citizen, score 240 or higher on the Army tion, call 524-BOSS. • Motor pool sludge removal/disposal — Call Physical Fitness Test, and pass a Special Forces
  7. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 7Soldier’s memorial returns homeStory and photo by Staff Sgt. Craig Cantrell4th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office Chris Andrews, Pinson’s mother. “They’re going Louis where Pinson’s relatives had gathered to to come all the way down here to bring the plaque? witness the presentation. They all wore Sgt. Amanda I was shocked.” Pinson memorial T-shirts. ST. LOUIS — The 4th Infantry Division “I’m just doing the right thing, bringing a Soldier “Sgt. Pinson’s mother asked for a low-keyhonored a long-standing military creed to never home to her Family,” said Sidwell. ceremony to continue the healing process,” said Sidwell.leave a fallen comrade behind when it returned the Sidwell arrived at the Andrews residence in St. Andrews and her son, Bryan Pinson, stood nextmemorial plaque dedicated to Sgt. to Sidwell in Andrews’ living room asAmanda Pinson to her Family in St. she presented them with the plaque andLouis Dec. 7. read the memorial poster detailing Pinson was killed by indirect fire Pinson’s life and career.at Contingency Operating Base “When Amanda decided to join theSpeicher, Iraq, March 16, 2006, while military … the second she joined, I wasassigned to the 101st Military right behind her,” said Andrews.Intelligence Detachment as a signals “Totally 100 percent supportive.”intelligence analyst. Pinson led a life of accomplishment She was the first female signals and set herself apart from the crowdintelligence analyst killed in combat. on several occasions.Subsequently, officials named the COB She demonstrated talent at an earlySpeicher military intelligence building age when she won an award during thePinson Hall, and affixed a plaque to Greater St. Louis Science Fair. Shememorialize her service and sacrifice. later distinguished herself as a leader The responsibility of caring for the as a sophomore at Hancock Highplaque and honoring Pinson’s memory School when she created, designedwas handed down and charged to every and implemented the Hancockincoming intelligence sergeant major, Environmental Leadership Program.said 4th Inf. Div. Military Intelligence Pinson’s story continues after herSgt. Maj. Mari Sidwell. death. The Amanda Pinson Memorial The 4th Inf. Div. was the last unit to Scholarship goes to graduates of heroccupy the building before handing it high school. 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  8. 8 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011 Capt. Wyatt Brown, left, commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 29th Field Artillery Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, and Staff Sgt. Jonathon Billings, right, fire support noncommissioned officer, HHB, 29th FA Reg., examine the impact area in the distance as they prepare to call for fire during the brigade’s live-fire exercise in the training area of Fort Carson.Exercises ensure combat readinessStory and photo by exercise Nov. 28-Dec. 2 to certify its (job),” said Johnson. “Everything that conducting fire support in an urbanSgt. Khori D. Johnson Soldiers in preparation for future they learn here in this training will environment, a desert environment, etc.”3rd Brigade Combat Team Public training and operations. prepare them to conduct fire support The FECC organized a trainingAffairs Office, 4th Infantry Division The overall goal for Fist Stakes in most environments.” schedule to evaluate the potential of was to ensure the “Iron” Brigade’s Fire support specialists from each Soldier. The first stage consisted Throughout history, artillery has combat readiness. The brigade Fire and around the brigade had the opportunity of Soldiers going through a series ofbeen one of the most devastating Effects Coordination Cell organized to prove themselves in a series of lanes that focused on different aspectsweapons used on the battlefield. Be the event to provide instruction and tasks related to their craft. The FECC of fire support, such as land navigationit World War I, the Vietnam War or evaluate every aspect of a fire support organized the training to focus on the and communications.the current conflict in Afghanistan, the specialist, said Staff Sgt. Nathaniel core elements of fire support; later on In the next phase, Soldiers wereelement of artillery has proven to be a Johnson, brigade fire support noncom- these core ideas can be used for future, presented with a mission scenario inpacesetter, and a possible difference missioned officer, Headquarters and more specific training and execution. which they had to construct a plan,between failure and victory. Headquarters Troop, 3rd Special “The instruction that we gave conduct a mission briefing and then The 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Troops Battalion, 3rd BCT. closely dealt with the heart of what we rehearse their plan. Lastly, fire supportInfantry Division, conducted a fire “The objective was to certify all do, which applies to any environment,” specialists had to execute their plansupport training exercise, known as (fire support specialists) as experts on said Johnson. “This lays the foundations See Fist Stakes on Page 9Fist Stakes, Nov. 7-18, and a live-fire all of the core competencies of our for more advanced scenarios such as Call or visit us today and get LOADED! Gentle Dental Care We sell the Howard Short, D.M.D. latest in high Accepting speed gear United Concordia Insurance from all the top for military families! manufacturers, night vision SUNDAY SERVICES Circle Drive 9:00 a.m. Bible study for all ages Botox and Dermafill Treatment for hunting Baptist Church 10:15 a.m. Worship Available! and scopes, (preschool/nursery provided) 801 N. Circle Drive EO-Tech;s, Colo. Spgs., CO. 80909 knives, tactical 10:15 a.m. Children’s Church (1st-4th grade) CALL FOR APPOINTMENT! 719.596.4461 lights and so much more. 5:00 p.m. AWANA (starts Sept. 7) 6:00 p.m. Worship cdbc.org 719-574-7631 (preschool/nursery provided) Dr. Mike Routt 5739 Constitution Ave. Open Mon to Fri 9am to 5pm 6:00 p.m. Student Connections (SW corner Constitution and Powers next to Walgreens) (6th thru 12th grade) Lead Pastor CARE CREDIT ACCEPTED
  9. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 9Memorial sacrif ice a lot and she did make a Fist Stakes “We all had a real good timefrom Page 7 difference,” said Andrews. “She made from Page 8 with it,” he said. a difference in my whole family’s life. Although, 3rd BCT fire sup-Afghanistan or Iraq on or after 9/11, has We’re all different people because of in a scenario filled with sudden porters will have a chance to testerected a sign bearing Pinson’s name at her. The Family says all the time we occurrences and hostile role players, their skills early next year, some ofthe interchange of Interstate 55 and want to be like Amanda.” which simulated wartime conditions. them had the opportunity to practiceBayless Avenue in St. Louis. “Angel in When asked how she felt about At the conclusion of Fist Stakes, their craft during a recent artilleryFatigues,” a song written and performed her daughter’s sacrifice, Andrews had Soldiers left the training with not live-fire exercise.by Field of Grey in her memory, details mixed emotions. only a multitude of skills, but also a Soldiers were able to unleashthe life of a female Soldier. “Her sacrifice has made me a totally priceless amount of confidence in nearly 300 155mm rounds on the There are plans to name a cryptology different person than I was before,” she their field, according to Soldier Fort Carson training area, said Staffcenter Pinson Hall in recognition of said. “We’re extremely proud of her and feedback in the after-action review. Sgt. Joshua Swan, brigade targetingher sacrifices. everything she accomplished, but you Sgt. Justin Lannom, a fire noncommissioned officer, assigned “It’s huge that an intelligence Soldier still have to go through life. support noncommissioned officer to HHT, 3rd STB.gets recognized. Most cryptology centers “Bringing the plaque and the poster with Headquarters and Head - “We’ve gotten some seriousare named after career intelligence home was closure for the Army, to make quarters Troop, 4th Squadron, 10th training out here” he said.Soldiers,” said Sidwell. “The fact that sure Amanda was home, but for me and Cavalry Regiment, 3rd BCT, said “Everything we did duringthey’re going to name it in her honor my Family, it opened another very impor- he enjoyed the focused training Fist Stakes led up to that liveis great.” tant chapter of how she was remembered environment and the opportunity fire,” said Johnson. “That live fire “It’s amazing that Amanda’s story by her Army Family and brought to life to work alongside his fellow fire validated all of the training thatkeeps going on and on because she did more memories for us to cherish.” support specialists. these guys executed.” www.BirdDogBBQ.com DAILY SPECIALS LUNCH SPECIALS 10% OFF Mon - Fri for military (active or retired) $ 5.82 Your Source To Reach The Military Market 719.634.5905
  10. 10 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011‘Regulars’ enhance warrior skillsStory and photo byPfc. Nathan Thome1st Brigade Combat Team PublicAffairs Office, 4th Infantry Division Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 22ndInfantry Regiment, 1st BrigadeCombat Team, 4th Infantry Division,conducted warrior tasks and battledrills training Nov. 29-Dec. 1 at variouslocations on post. Warrior tasks and battle drills arefundamental skills that all Soldiersneed to fight and accomplish themission, which is to conduct full-spectrum operations anywhere in theworld at a moment’s notice, saidCommand Sgt. Maj. TimothyEdwards, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. Reg., 1stBCT, 4th Inf. Div. Two days of warrior tasks andbattle drills training led to a third day Spc. Jairod Farris, right, Company B, 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division,of skills examinations. performs a functions check on a jammed weapon Dec. 1, during the testing phase of the three-day warrior tasks and battle “Training was conducted to refresh drills training, as Staff Sgt. Louie Valdez, dismounted squad leader, Company A, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. Reg., looks on.the Soldiers on the fundamentals oftheir training,” said Edwards. “When These battle drills teach Soldiers Soldiers who have recently been way,” said Byrd. “I’m ready for the futureSoldiers master the basics of their how to react during firefights and assigned to the unit. tasks and missions we will be given.”training, it will help them when they medical emergencies, said Edwards. This training was beneficial to the Not only will the individual skillshave to learn new methods in additional “We trained until we were confident younger Soldiers who haven’t yet of the Regulars be enhanced, but alsostages of training.” that we knew our tasks and drills by deployed, said Sgt. Manuel Flores, the fighting skills of the “Raider” The event’s tasks and drills included heart,” said Pfc. Charles Byrd, tanker, Company D, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. Brigade when they conduct full-weapons function, radio communication wheeled vehicle mechanic, Fire Reg., 1st BCT, 4th Inf. Div. The spectrum operations, said Edwards.and medical evacuation lanes. Support Company, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. Soldiers were put in realistic scenarios “This event is just the beginning of Radio and medical lanes required Reg., 1st BCT, 4th Inf. Div. “It was where they had to think fast and make the training cycle that we’ll be goingthe Soldiers to speak clearly and definitely helpful for those who use correct decisions under pressure. through,” said Edwards. “Duringthink fast while calling up a medical some skills more than others.” “Going through multiple scenarios redeployment cycle, the Regulars willevacuation or giving a description The training was designed to has helped me focus on tasks and work hard and train harder to becomeand location of an individual. improve the skills of “Regular” accomplish any mission that comes my the best Soldiers that they can be.”
  11. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 11Soldiers gain experience, confidenceStory and photo by Pfc. Andrew Ingram up for success further on in their career, said Galo. stand before the promotion board, a key necessity to4th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office “There is a lot of stuff we should know as gaining the ranks of sergeant and staff sergeant, said Soldiers,” she said. “The board puts us up in front of board member 1st Sgt. Tommy Cabanting, senior The door rattled on its hinges as Cpl. Christopher the sergeant major so it forces us to learn, because enlisted leader, Headquarters and HeadquartersMcLeod, a wheeled vehicle mechanic assigned to no one wants to look unprepared in front of him.” Company, 4th Eng. Bn.Forward Support Company, 4th Engineer Battalion, McLeod said the board encourages Soldiers to “The majority of the Soldiers that we saw today555th Engineer Brigade, waited for admission. become more rounded war fighters. were pretty nervous, and the monthly board gives us a At the command of “Report,” the Soldier He said sitting in the “hot seat,” answering difficult chance to watch them and help them improve,”confidently strode into the room, his marksmanship questions from multiple senior NCOs, helps Soldiers Cabanting said. “When it comes down to it, somebadge and citations gleaming on the chest of his learn how to maintain an air of confidence and self- Soldiers are not board material. They can soldierfreshly-pressed dress uniform. He snapped to attention assurance while under pressure. all day long, they can be greatin front of Command Sgt. Maj. Lauro Obeada, his “The most important thing at their jobs, but they can’tbattalion’s senior enlisted leader, and saluted. I think I got out of the board compete in the board. By “Cpl. McLeod reporting,” the junior NCO said, is to practice public speaking,” pushing them during theholding his salute until Obeada returned it. said McLeod. “I would like to monthly board and showing For the next 15 minutes, Obeada and a panel of attend (Officer Candidate them what right needs to looksenior noncommissioned officers tested McLeod’s School) and speaking in a like, we can prepare them formilitary bearing and knowledge, directing him to high-pressure public setting the tougher challenges at theconduct marching maneuvers and asking him multiple was the biggest thing for me, promotion board down the road.”questions on subjects ranging from the proper wear because I will probably have By conquering the monthlyof a military uniform to lifesaving medical techniques. to do that later in my career as board, Galo and McLeod gained After reviewing McLeod’s answers and per- an officer.” eligibility to participate in theformance, and those of his competitors, the members “It is scary to be put in the battalion’s Soldier and NCO ofof the board declared McLeod the 4th Eng. 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  12. 12 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011‘Packhorse’ takes top honorsby Sgt. Breanne Pye their skills at vehicle recovery operations as well as the Soldiers brought to each event.1st Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs Office, all-wheeled military vehicle maintenance.” “As a brigade support battalion, we conduct our4th Infantry Division Company B, 4th BSB, took top honors in mission every single day, so we really don’t have a lot the maintenance rodeo, finishing their testing lanes of time or opportunity to participate in events like “Packhorse” Soldiers from 4th Brigade Support significantly faster than competitors from other units. this,” said Lucas. “The Soldiers really embraced theBattalion, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry “It was really amazing for me to see how well friendly competition with their fellow sustainmentDivision, took top honors in the Nov. 30-Dec. 1 Soldiers in my company worked together and helped units, and put a lot of pride and hard work into giving“Sustainer Stakes” competition, a battle for bragging each other during this event,” said Capt. Patricia Murphy, each task everything they had.”rights among eight Fort Carson sustainment units. commander, Company B, 4th BSB. “Soldiers who had Murphy said the mentorship given by some of “Sustainer Stakes was hosted by the 68th Combat deployed together really worked hard to mentor and the unit’s experienced leadership has given the entireSustainment Support Battalion, 43rd Sustainment train some of the company’s newer Soldiers before this battalion a sense of confidence and accomplishmentBrigade, who made a monumental effort to bring all event, and that camaraderie was an essential part of that is building a solid foundation of success forof the post’s logistical support Soldiers together to the company’s success during ‘Sustainer Stakes.’” future missions.compete in an event geared toward their specific field Lucas said one of the most impressive things “Participating in events like this gives leadershipof work,” said Lt. Col. Nicole Lucas, commander, 4th about the competition was the amount of energy for sustainment companies within the brigade anBSB, 1st BCT, 4th Inf. Div. opportunity to communicate with each other and Sixty-seven Soldiers attached to 4th BSB work together to developing training or completeparticipated in the competition, which included testing future missions,” said Lucas.lanes on truck and maintenance-specific tasks. Beyond the experience leadership gained from “The ‘truck rodeo’ portion of the event tested the competition, Wilson said the best part was seeingparticipants’ skills in operating military vehicles, how skilled and confident the Soldiers were as theymaneuvering trailers and moving large objects worked as a team to complete each task.around an enclosed area using a forklift,” said Capt. “I think this event showed the Soldiers that 4thAmanda Wilson, 4th BSB ordnance officer. BSB is absolutely ready to take on whatever mission Though all the Soldiers who participated in the we are given,” said Wilson.truck rodeo showed an impressive level of skill, “Doing so well in a competition with our fellowForward Support Company, 4th BSB, assigned to 7th units just shows each of us that we are part of a unitSquadron, 10th Calvary Regiment, walked away with that is leading from the front,” she said.the event win, Lucas said. Photo by Staff Sgt. Ian Terry “We are very thankful to the 43rd Sustainment Soldiers were tested on a broad range of sustain- Spc. Jerry A. Gann, motor transport operator, Company E, Brigade and the 68th CSSB for compiling thement and logistical skills in a “maintenance rodeo” Forward Support Company, 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry resources necessary to host a competition like this,”on day two of the competition, said Wilson. 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  13. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 13Father, daughter reunite in Afghanistanby Sgt. April York Bobby Hagy, 528th Sustainment Brigade, Fort Bragg, stay, so I decided to stop in for a couple of days.”2nd Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs N.C., during his battlefield circulation visits. “It’s freaking awesome that my dad could come outOffice, 4th Infantry Division She deployed to Afghanistan in May and works in here to see me,” she said. “I feel blessed.” the tactical operations center for her brigade. She had The father and daughter got to spend a couple KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — Deployments been deployed for about six months when her father of days together. She showed him around the postcan be long, the workload can be overwhelming was sent on a 30-day deployment to do battlefield and they were able to share hugs and have face-to-and the separation from friends and Family can circulation among many of the special operations face time with one another.make it difficult to adjust. But some Soldiers have groups under his leadership, to include those serving “Not many people get this opportunity to see theirthe unexpected opportunity to reunite with loved in Afghanistan. Family members while they are deployed,” she said.ones while serving abroad. “I knew that I was going to be near Amanda so “It’s a nice morale boost having him here.” Such was the case Dec. 6 at Camp Nathan Smith in when I got to Kandahar Air Field I put my feelers out “As a command sergeant major, I can be prettyKandahar, Afghanistan, when Pfc. Amanda Hagy, an to get over her way,” he said. “My group on the sensitive when it comes to my Family,” he said.imagery analyst, Company A, 2nd Special Troops ground got in contact with (2nd BCT, 4th Inf. Div.), “It’s been good to see her and if I could stay aroundBattalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry and their executive officer said I could absolutely here for the next six months to be deployed withDivision, reunited with her father, Command Sgt. Maj. come down for a visit. They had a place for me to her, I would.” When it comes to Public Record Information, Rely on the Experts Subscribe Today 634-1048
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  15. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 15 The Ivy Division Band performs a holiday medley as part of its holiday concert at McMahon Auditorium Dec. 8. Band rocks in holiday season ‘ Story and photos by Pfc. Andrew Ingram 4th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office I really enjoyed Fort Carson Soldiers, Families and members of the Front Range community gathered for an playing for the evening of music and holiday cheer during the Ivy Division Band’s Holiday Concert at McMahon Soldiers in Iraq, but Auditorium Dec. 8. The band thrilled members of the community with a lively assortment of classical, jazz, pop and it is great to come home and play a big ’ rock ‘n’ roll, all geared toward the holiday season. As members of the Fort Carson and Colorado Springs communities began to fill up the theater, show like this.Guest vocalist Spc. Senobia Smith, medical supply 1st Sgt. Cornell Harrington, senior enlisted leader, — Staff Sgt. Marcus May Ivy Division Band, 4th Infantry Division, predictedspecialist, 10th Combat Support Hospital, sings “Silent the audience would get into the show as the IvyNight” Dec. 8 during the Ivy Division Band’s Holiday Division Soldiers ran through everything from taxpayers, and any time we can play for theConcert at McMahon Auditorium. classic Christmas standards penned by Bruce people who are paying our bills it’s a great thing. Springsteen and John Lennon. It is a lot of fun to play for the community.” “Tonight I am looking forward to a great time The opportunity to play music to lift the spirits with a good audience,” Harrington said. “The of Soldiers and people in the community is a band has just returned from a deployment to Iraq, great honor, said guest vocalist Spc. Senobia and I think it is an outstanding thing to get an Smith, medical supply specialist, 10th Combat organization together so quickly to put on a Support Hospital, who is in the process of show for our community.” becoming a full-time member of the band. The band kicked off the show with “The “It’s exciting to come out here and sing Star-Spangled Banner,” then moved into a medley again,” said Smith, who received classical of classical Christmas standards before the vocal training at Ohio State University before musical performance teams — smaller groups of joining the Army. “Everyone has been so great; I players with a focus on specific genres — took never expected to be able to use my talents like to the stage to entertain the audience with a this while I was in the Army.” mixture of jazz, pop and rock. Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson, commanding “I’m really excited about the popular music general, 4th Inf. Div. and Fort Carson, and his wife, stuff,” said Staff Sgt. Marcus May, saxophonist, Beth Anderson, said they thoroughly enjoyed their Ivy Division Band. “I love playing classical first full-length concert by the Ivy Division Band. music, but I like seeing the audience get into it “I loved their enthusiasm and liveliness,” and the pop and rock music, it’s usually what the general said. “Their passion for what they relate to the most.” they do is evident and I really enjoyed the show.” May said he enjoyed the opportunity to play Pfc. Anthony Hoger, signal support systems for military Families and Colorado Springs citizens specialist, 1st Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, again after performing almost exclusively for 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Inf. Div., said he military members and Department of Defense thought the mix of traditional classical Christmas contractors during the band’s yearlong deployment music and the more modern leanings of the musicalSgt. Bob Gully, guitarist, Ivy Division Band, Division Special to Iraq with the Division Special Troops Battalion, performance teams made for a unique experience.Troops Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, channels Bruce 4th Inf. Div. “This is my first time I’ve seen the 4thSpringsteen, during “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” at “I really enjoyed playing for the Soldiers in Inf. Div. band,” Hoger said. “I didn’t know exactlythe Ivy Division Band’s Holiday Concert at McMahon Iraq,” he said, “but it is great to come home and what to expect, but I had a great time and I wouldAuditorium Dec. 8. play a big show like this. We are funded by the love to see them do a lot more shows like this.”
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  17. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 17 Measures beat holiday blues Commentary by Capt. Claudia Bradford Evan Army Community Hospital Behavioral Health Department The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and laughter filled with Family and friends. However, for many people, it is a time where they feel depressed and lonely. This time of year can bring on feelings of sadness and anxiety, which are hard to shake, especially for Soldiers who are far away from their Families and loved ones. Dealing with a deployment over the holidays can be difficult. There are many reasons for these feelings of sadness, low energy, decreased motivation and fatigue, but there are proven ways to cope. First, recognize some of the warning signs such as headaches; an inability to sleep or sleeping too much; changes in appetite that cause weight loss or gain; agitation and anxiety; excessive or inappropriate feelings of guilt; diminished ability to think clearly or concentrate; and decreased interest in activities that are usually enjoyable, such as food, hobbies and friends. Here are a few coping strategies: • Take things one day at a time and, if need be, one hour at a time. • Try to maintain a normal routine. Keep doing regular activities. • Get enough sleep or at least enough rest. • Exercise regularly. Even walking helps relieve stress, tension and improve moods. Photo by Staff Sgt. Wayne Barnett • Eat a healthy, balanced diet. Limit high calorie foods Shredders invade and junk food. • Avoid using alcohol, medications or other drugs to Exchange mask the pain. • Engage in activities and with people who comfort, sustain,Ryan Sheckler, award-winning professional skateboarder, left, and Louie Vito, award-winning nourish and recharge.pro snowboarder, sign autographs at the Fort Carson Exchange Monday. Hundreds of Soldiers • Remember the healthy coping strategies used in the pastand Family members visited the Exchange during the “meet and greet” to get autographs to survive challenges. Draw on these strengths again.and photos with the athletes. “I would die to be a pro skater like him,” said Craig Wallace, 13. See Blues on Page 19 Having an Open House? Let our readers know! ONLY $30 For more information call 719-329-5236 or email m
  18. 18 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011Claims against the estate — With deepest regret has a fixed completion date of Dec. 30, 2012. Contactto the Family of Master Sgt. Thomas Allen Biddle, Rick Orphan at 526-9267 for more information.deceased. Anyone having claims against or Family housing survey — The 2011 Fort Carsonindebtedness to his estate should contact Capt. Family Housing survey is available at https://www.Doug Livermore at 524-1533. surveymonkey.com/s/ZBDPZDR until Jan. 15. AllHoliday gate closures — The following gates will be on-post Family housing residents are encouraged toclosed in recognition of the upcoming federal holidays: take this anonymous survey to help the garrisonDec. 25-26 and Dec. 31-Jan. 2 Gate 2 and Gate 6 commander work with Balfour Beatty Communities towill be closed. Community members should plan to ensure our quality of life. For those without computeruse the other gates for access to Fort Carson on access, call 526-5834 for a hard copy of the survey.these days. Additionally the Vehicle Registration TRICARE data breach — Science ApplicationsOffice will be closed Dec. 26 and Jan. 2. International Corporation reported a data breachNew stop sign locations — Stop signs will be involving personally identifiable and protected healthinstalled on Titus Boulevard at Utah Beach Drive information impacting an estimated 4.9 millionon a trial basis beginning Wednesday. Increasing military clinic and hospital patients. The informationtraffic at this intersection has made it more difficult was contained on backup tapes from an electronicfor drivers entering or existing Titus Boulevard from health care record used in the military health systemthe adjacent roadway. This trial is being conducted to capture patient data from 1992 through Sept. 7to measure the effectiveness of an all-way stop and may include Social Security numbers, addressesat this intersection and to evaluate its impact to and phone numbers, and some personal healthtraffic flow in the area. If the results of this trial data such as clinical notes, laboratory tests andare favorable, the new signs will be installed prescriptions. There is no financial data, such as creditpermanently at this location. Contact Directorate card or bank account information, on the backupof Public Works Traffic Engineering at 526-9267 tapes. The risk of harm to patients is judged to befor additional information on this plan. low despite the data elements involved. Anyone whoCID offers seeks information — Special Agents suspects that they were impacted by this incident isfrom the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation urged to take steps to protect his personal informationCommand are offering a $15,000 reward to anyone and should visit the Federal Trade Commission atwith information leading to the apprehension and http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/idtheft/conviction of the person(s) who may have been consumers/defend.html or call 855-366-0140.responsible for the death of Joseph E. Barker at Fort Army Substance Abuse Program moved — toCarson. Barkers remains were discovered floating building 1351 on Pershing Drive. Call 526-8529in a basin of the Waste Water Treatment Facility Feb. for more information.21, 2006. Barker, a former Soldier was last seen 2-1-1 data expands to two counties — The PikesFeb. 8, 2006 on Fort Carson. Barker was reported Peak Area Council of Governments has partneredmissing Feb. 14, 2006. Persons with any information with Pikes Peak United Way to include 2-1-1 dataregarding this case should contact Special Agent for El Paso and Teller counties in the NetworkVitatoe at 526-3579 or call the Fort Carson Military of Care for servicemembers, veterans and theirPolice at 526-6199. Persons can also email CID families. The service directory component ofCrime Tips at the CID Headquarters in Virginia at the Network of Care now includes more than 1,500usarmy.belvoir.usacidc.mail.crime-tips@mail.mil. local resources to assist the military community,Persons wishing to remain anonymous will be service providers and others. Visit http://pikespeak.honored and information will be held in the strictest networkofcare.org for more information.confidence allowable under the law. New stop sign locations — The intersection ofDrunk and Drugged Driving Campaign — The Coleman and Grove streets has been changed from Morris, Dental Activity; and Crystal Miller,Drunk and Drugged Driving (3D) Campaign, a two-way stop to a four-way stop. The additional Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare andconducted by the Fort Carson Army Substance stop signs are required to address recent changes in Recreation. To donate annual leave under VLTP,Abuse Program and other agencies across Fort traffic conditions in that area. Questions regarding contact the Garrison Resource Management Office atCarson, takes place through Jan. 8 in order to this issue may be directed to Directorate of Public 526-1841/1839 or tara.n.smith-overton.civ@mail.milincrease awareness about the negative consequences Works Traffic Planning and Operations at 526-9267. to obtain form OMP-630A, “Request to Donate Annualof driving under the influence of alcohol and/or Share-a-Ride — is a free online car pool Leave,” or the OMP-630B for an outside agency.drugs. Events include display tables at the post coordination to and from post, as well as van pool Seeking speakers — The Fort Carson Publicexchange and “Lights on for Life,” which takes options, typically for those commuting 30 or more Affairs Office is seeking Soldiers, Family membersplace Wednesday and encourages community miles to post. Riders are matched based on their and civilians from Fort Carson to speak about theirmembers to drive with their lights on if they have origination and destination points, as well as days and work, training and varied experiences to publicbeen affected by a drunk or drugged driver. times of travel. Users specify whether they are offering organizations throughout the Pikes Peak region.Al-Anon meetings — Al-Anon is a 12-Step program a ride, need a ride or if they are interested in sharing Speakers must be well-qualified professionals whofor families and friends of alcoholics (admitted or driving duties. When a “match” is found, users know how to capture and maintain an audience’snot). Meetings take place in the conference room of are notified immediately of rider options, allowing attention for 20-30 minutes. Speakers should beElkhorn Conference Center at 6 p.m. every Monday. them to contact and coordinate ridesharing within comfortable speaking to businesses, professionalAttendance is free and anyone can attend these minutes. Access the ride-share portal by visiting organizations, community leaders, civic groups andopen, anonymous meetings. Contact Edith L. at http://www.carson.army.mil/paio/sustainability.html. schools. Contact Samantha Koss at 526-5996719-291-0628 for more information. “Give a Buddy a Ride” — is a voluntary program or samantha.b.koss.ctr@mail.mil.Express bus sign up — Interest is being assessed for on-post ridesharing. Soldiers, civilians or Family Yard sales — can be held on post the first and thirdfor commuter express bus service to Fort Carson members who need a ride wait at one of the designated Saturdays of the month through December. Postfrom Fountain, Powers and Academy boulevards “Give a Buddy a Ride” signs. Drivers willing and residents set up their items in front of their homes.and Interstate 25 corridors. Sign up now to indicate able to offer a ride to someone standing at the sign Single Soldiers and Families who reside off postinterest. The projected start date for the service is can make on-the-spot arrangements to drive the can set up in the building 5510 parking lot. YardApril 2012. Fort Carson individuals are needed to help person to their desired destination. Participants are sales are organized and conducted by the Installationdemonstrate sufficient potential demand for express asked to be prudent and mindful of using the sites Mayoral Program, the Directorate of Public Workscommuter bus service, dedicated to serving Fort in a manner that does not impede traffic flow. Housing Liaison Office and the Balfour BeattyCarson commuters with fast and convenient service. Donated annual leave for Fort Carson civilian Family Housing Office. Call the Mayoral ProgramFor Soldiers and civilians, this service can be free. Go employees — is currently being accepted for the at 526-8303 or Army Community Service atto http://tinyurl.com/RideExpress for more information following civilians under the Voluntary Leave 526-4590 for more information.and to sign up. Call 526-6497 for more information. Transfer Program. The employees who have exhausted Nutrition counseling and classes — The Evans ArmyHighway improvements — The Colorado Department all available leave because of medical emergencies Community Hospital Nutrition Care Division offersof Transportation broke ground on the second of three and are currently accepting leave donations are nutrition counseling on a healthy diet, weight loss orphases of safety and capacity improvements along Lorenza Buller-Duran, Civilian Personal Advisory gain, high cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes, sportsState Highway 115 between Gates 1 and 6. The current Center; Ann Armstrong, Garrison Resource nutrition and other nutrition-related diseases orphase will provide four through traffic lanes from the Management; Michael Patrocky, Space and Missile illnesses. Nutrition classes include heart-healthy/lipid,edge of the recently completed improvements near Defense Command; Vanessa Gallegos, Directorate weight loss, pregnancy nutrition, commissaryGate 5 to the Rock Creek bridge, located just south of of Human Resources; Anthony Jackson and Heidi tour/healthy shopping and sports nutrition. To scheduleGate 6. It will also provide major safety improvements Parham, Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization an appointment, call the TRICARE appointmentat the intersection of State Highway 115 and and Security; Heather Fox, Directorate of Emergency line at 719-457-2273. To register for a class, callWilderness Road, just outside of Gate 6. The project Services; Pauline Starks, Laron Cosley and Tamara the Nutrition Care Division at 526-7290.
  19. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 19Bluesfrom Page 17 Soldiers must report criminal convictions The acronym REST can be helpfulin remembering ways to cope with theholiday blues: R: Reasonable expectations and goals. E: Exercise daily, even if it is only a by Christy B. Neyman Information submitted to the command can 20-minute walk during lunch. Legal Assistance attorney include a statement from the servicemember of S: Stress relief —incorporate ways to mitigating or extenuating circumstances surrounding relieve stress like aromatherapy, reading All officers, warrant officers and enlisted the conviction. The Legal Assistance Office can a book, playing with the dog or taking members sergeant first class and above must report any assist the servicemember in preparing such a relaxing bubble bath. conviction for violation of a U.S. criminal law to their statements. If the statement reveals information T: Time to relax and remember, think commander within 15 days of the date of conviction. or evidence of a crime under the Uniform Code about past holidays surrounded Army Directive 2011-17, dated Sept. 21, states of Military Justice, the servicemember should by friends and Family. active-duty servicemembers and activated reservists in discuss potential ramifications of the statement with Finally, don’t be afraid to seek these ranks must report the conviction in writing via the Trial Defense Service. Onceprofessional help. Department of the Army Form received by the command, 4187, Personnel Actions, the commander must even if the sentence has forward the report to the Special Resources not been imposed or if Court-Martial Convening Authority. • Evans Army Community Hospital the servicemember After the SPCMCA reviews the information, intends to appeal the a recommendation will be made to determine if Department of Behavioral Health, conviction. Whether or the conviction will be filed in the servicemember’s 526-7155 not the service member official military personnel file. If filed in the OMPF, • Army Alcohol and Substance Abuse was on active duty or an the information may be used for evaluation reports, Program, 526-2862 activated Reservist at the time assignments, selection of schools, awards, initiation • Military One Source, 800-342-9647 of the criminal conduct is not applicable. of separation, suspension of security clearance, etc. or http://www.militaryonesource.com. The definition of “conviction” under the Army A servicemember will have a suspension of Open to all military members and their directive includes a plea or finding of guilty; a plea favorable personnel actions when an investigation, Families; includes 10 free confidential of nolo contendere (a plea of guilty to the charges whether formal or informal, is initiated on behavioral health sessions. without admitting guilt); adjudication withheld; behalf of the servicemember. • Veterans Affairs Mental Health webpage, deferred prosecution; entry into adult or juvenile Soldiers with questions concerning the process http://www.mentalhealth.va.gov. pretrial intervention programs; and any other or who would like assistance preparing a statement similar disposition of charges. Criminal convictions of mitigating or extenuating circumstances, • VA Suicide Hotline, 800-273-8255. do not include motor vehicle violations that do should contact the Legal Assistance Office at not involve a court appearance. 526-5572 to set up an appointment. SHIN SA DONG KOREAN RESTAURANT We have delicious foods with the best prices! We always have 8 or more side dishes that come with every food for FREE! 10% Military Discount* We make tasty foods such as: 3845 E. Pikes Peak Ave. 638-2695 Reservations: 720-878-1695 TriCare Prime offers off-base routine eye examination benefit! No out-of-pocket cost for an eye exam for glasses! referral is No Primary Care call for necessary. Simply . an appointment The doctors next to LensCrafters are contracted Tricare Prime Providers. They offer three convenient Colorado Springs Locations for eye examinations. Exam includes digital retinal imaging at no additional cost. Southside Between Northside 598-1392 548-8717 598-5068 TriCare Standard, TriCare Reserve and TriCare for Life also accepted. Prescriptions may be filled anywhere. Contact lens evaluation available for additional cost. Call for program details.
  20. 20 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011Releasing bitterness leads to peaceCommentary by We all experience conflict; the curious way enjoy having those three only way to rid our lives of envy isChap. (Capt.) Ruben Saldana question is what is the remedy? Peace. feelings right in my own backyard? to embrace contentment.2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry The old hymn, “Peace, Perfect Peace,” The first thing we have to do in The third step towards peace isRegiment, 4th Brigade Combat sounds really good, but we need to order to have this peace is let go of the deciding on a new orientation in life.Team, 4th Infantry Division consider how it is achieved. James life events that bring bitterness into our Instead of selfish ambition, we have writes in James 3:13–18: “Who is wise hearts such as the wrongs done to us, to begin a pursuit of God’s desires for Conflict is inevitable — we can’t and understanding among you? Let the abuses by those around us, the our lives. While we can talk aboutescape it in life. All relationships him show it by his good life, by deeds deception of people we trusted and this theoretically, it would be moreeventually experience friction. done in the humility that comes from the betrayal of those who followed beneficial to get right down to itActually, any contact with people at all wisdom. But if you harbor bitter envy us. Bitterness is something we like and speak the truth. Without a dailycan result in conflict to some degree. and selfish ambition in your hearts, do because it gives us the right to gripe devotion with God and being a partJust drive on a crowded road, watch not boast about it or deny the truth. and complain and throw pity parties. In of a faith community, we’re not goingthe evening news or stand in line at Such ‘wisdom’ does not come down many ways bitterness becomes who we to have a daily orientation away fromWal-Mart and you’re bound to from heaven but is earthly, unspiritual, are and why we exist. You can’t hold self. I believe our selfish ambitionencounter conflict. of the devil. For where you have envy onto peace and bitterness. To hold onto is completely lost when we embrace Even when we do our best to and selfish ambition, there you find one, you have to let go of the other. the will of God. You can’t have bothavoid them, conflicts still happen. We disorder and every evil practice. But The second thing we have to in your heart and mind.can’t mention conflict without thinking the wisdom that comes from heaven is get rid of is envy. Our lives become If you’re not willing to payof Christmastime with the family and first of all pure; then peace-loving, consumed with wanting what the God for his peace through thesemany can’t think about that without considerate, submissive, full of mercy other guy has. The world gives us a three currencies, you can’t get yourmentioning the Griswolds in the movie and good fruit, impartial and sincere. constant dose of “someone else has hands on the “peace that passes“National Lampoon’s Christmas Peacemakers who sow in peace raise something you don’t.” It’s not that understanding.” It’s a high priceVacation.” This good old-fashioned a harvest of righteousness.” we need the “something else” it’s just because it affects everything fromfamily Christmas was plagued by one Yes, we want peace, but at what that the implication is that I have self-pity to self-reliance. It alsoproblem after another. We laugh at price? What am I willing to pay for it? something less. We really don’t live requires one last thing that Jamesthat because we can relate, can’t we? Am I willing to give up my bitter by the adage, “less is more” like we mentions in this text: wisdom andAll the family arguments, unexpected feelings? Am I willing to drive away should. We live by the mantra, “more understanding. The peace that comescomplications, overcooked turkeys envious thoughts and behavior? Am I is more.” We might do good to start from God can only be experiencedand, of course, everyone has a cousin really willing to set aside my selfish envying the person who has peace by those wise enough to let go ofEddie in their family. ambition? Or do I in some sort of and lacks material possessions. The these three destructive desires.Military Council of Catholic Women meetsFriday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Soldiers’ Chapel ScheduleMemorial Chapel. For more information ROMAN CATHOLICcall 526-5769 or visit “Fort Carson Military Day Time Service Chapel Location Contact Person Saturday 5 p.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769Council of Catholic Women” on Facebook. Sunday 8:15-8:45 a.m. Reconciliation Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 Sunday 9:15 a.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 Sunday 10:30 a.m. CRE Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Pat Treacy/524-2458“Friendly Beast Breakfast and Bethlehem Sunday 10:30 a.m. RCIA Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Pat Treacy/524-2458 Sunday 11 a.m. Mass Healer Evans Army Hospital Fr. Nwatawali/526-7347Bash” is held Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon Mon-Fri 11:45 a.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769at Soldiers Memorial Chapel. Mon-Thurs noon Mass Healer Evans Army Hospital Fr. Nwatawali/526-7347 PROTESTANT Friday 4:30 p.m. Intercessory prayer, Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316Catholic Parish Christmas Party is held Bible Study Sunday 9 a.m. Protestant Healer Evans Army Hospital Chap. Gee/526-7386Saturday at 6 p.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Sunday 9 a.m. Liturgical Service Provider Barkeley & Ellis Chap. Landon/526-2803Chapel. Call 526-5679 for more information. Sunday 9:15 a.m. Sunday School Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Heidi McAllister/526-5744 Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Prussman Barkeley & Prussman Heidi McAllister/526-5744 Sunday 10:50 a.m. Protestant Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 Sunday 11 a.m. Protestant/Gospel Prussman Barkeley & Prussman Ursula Pittman/503-1104The Catholic Children’s Choir performs Sunday 10 a.m. Chapel Next Veterans Magrath & Titus Chap. Palmer/526-3888Dec. 24 at 4:30 p.m., during Christmas Eve Sunday 2:30-4:30p.m. Youth ministry Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Heidi McAllister/526-5744 Sunday 5 p.m. Protestant Fellowship Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Black/524-1822Mass at Soldiers Memorial Chapel. Tuesday 9:30 a.m. PWOC Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 JEWISHChristmas Mass is held at 9:15 a.m. Dec. 25 at For information and a schedule of Jewish Sabbath services, call the U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel at 333-2636.Memorial Chapel and 11 a.m. at Healer Chapel. WICCA Sunday 2 p.m. Provider Chapel, Building 1350, Barkeley and Ellis ftcarsonopencircle@gmail.com“Mary, Mother of God,” is held Dec. 31 at 5 White Mountain Warriors Lodge White Mountain Warriors Lodge ceremonies (He Ska Akicita Inipi) are offered to military, Family members and Department of Defense personnel. These lodgesp.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel and Jan. 1 are traditional Lakota spiritual ceremonies for cleansing, purification and prayer, and are fully sanctioned and supported by the Fort Carson command chaplain. Michael Hackwith is the spiritual adviser. The next lodge will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Turkey Creek Lodge. For information and directions call Hackwith or Wendy Chunn-at 9:15 a.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel and Hackwith at 285-5240 or kanasitafoundation@yahoo.com.11 a.m. at Healer Chapel.Knights of Columbus, a Catholic group formen 18 and older, meets the second and fourthTuesday of the month at Soldiers Memorial students. Email patricia.treacy@us.army.mil month at 11:30 a.m. at Soldiers’ MemorialChapel. Call 526-5769 for more information. to obtain a registration form. Classes are held Chapel. Lunch is provided; bring side dishes, Sundays from 10:30-11:50 a.m. at Soldiers’ salads or desserts.Protestant Women of the Chapel meets Memorial Chapel. Adult Bible study and classesTuesday from 9:30 a.m. to noon at Soldiers’ for adults seeking to join the Catholic Church Deployed Spouses Group meets for fellowship,Memorial Chapel. Free child care is are also held during religious education. food and spiritual guidance Wednesday at 5available. Email carson@pwoc.org or p.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel Fellowshipvisit PWOC Fort Carson on Facebook for Spanish Bible study meets at Soldiers’ Hall. Children are welcome to attend. Callmore information. Memorial Chapel Tuesday at 6 p.m. Cecilia Croft at 526-5769 for more information. Contact Staff Sgt. Jose Varga at 719-287-Catholic Religious Education registration 2016 for more information. Latter Day Saints Soldiers: Weekly Instituteis under way for the religious education Class (Bible study) is held Wednesday at 7 p.m.year, which runs through May 6 for Community Prayer Lunch is at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel. Call 719-266-0283children age 4 through high school held the third Thursday of each or 719-649-1671 for more information.
  21. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 21EACH provides food safety tipsby 1st Lt. Kristina Vilale is cooked, served and stored at the proper temperature hot items at 140 degrees or more and cold itemsNutrition Care, Evans Army Community so bacteria won’t have a chance to grow. It’s also at 40 degrees or less.Hospital important to think about the people invited to partake Use a thermometer. This is the best way to in the meal. There are populations susceptible to know food is cooked to the right temperature. The holidays are filled with happiness, foodborne illnesses, such as the elderly, young Turkeys, stuffing and leftovers should be cookedtogetherness and for many families, food. children, pregnant women and those with suppressed until they reach 165 degrees and then kept above The list of food items to prepare ranges from immune systems. Food safety is especially important 140 degrees to prevent bacteria growth.pumpkin pie to turkey. Food plays a major part of when these people are among the guests. Practice two-hour refrigeration rule withthis social time of year and food safety must come Here are some tips to incorporate with any leftovers. The temperature danger zone is betweento mind when planning a holiday dinner. holiday meal: 40 and 140 degrees. Leaving food out in these It takes skill, preparation and organization when Plan ahead. Consider the available space in See Meals on Page 29putting together a holiday meal to ensure everything the refrigerator, freezer and oven and how to keep EXPERIENCE A MORE BEAUTIFUL YOU! MILITARY DISCOUNTS Breast Enlargement* Breast Lift Tummy Tuck Liposuction FREE CONSULTATION Affordable Financing Options DOUGLAS J. RASKIN, M.D., D.M.D Baylor, Harvard & Stanford Trained Certified by American Board of Plastic Surgery *Mentor has some great incentives for using their products – please call us for details INVITING YOU INTO THE ALL NEW... Certified used Hondas and other Certified used vehicles Your MPG HQ We 785-5060 h Matc USAA South Academy at Fountain g Pricin www.FrontRangeHonda.com Price Protection Guarantee good on same model within 14 days of purchase... see store for details.
  22. 22 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011TSA provides travel tipsTransportation Security Administration condition or device. Travelers may ask for a pat-down With the holiday season fast approaching, inspection if their doctor indicates that they should not go through the metal detector. Screening advice formany people have plans for a trip to visit familyand friends or maybe a holiday getaway. Medications: Avoid packing medications in checked luggage to protect them from exposure to special-needs children Those traveling with passengers with special needs X-rays. Travelers have the option of requesting a To minimize the possibility of triggering anrelated to disabilities and medical conditions via visual inspection of medication and related supplies alarm, ensure that all items have been removedcommercial airline should familiarize themselves with rather than an X-ray screening. Before going through from pockets at the security checkpoint beforethe Transportation Security Administration’s security the walk-through metal detector have medications beginning the security screening process.checkpoint screening procedures before they travel. and related items available in a separate bag to hand The following tips can help expedite the Before departing, provide advance notice to the over to the security officer for inspection. screening process of a child with specialairline or travel agent if assistance is Mobility aids: Travelers who needs or medical conditions:required. Let the airline know about indicate they are unable to get out of • Let the security officer know if the childany special accommodations such as their wheelchair or off their scooter has any special needs or medical devices.wheelchair assistance, special meals may remain in their mobility aid for Inform the security officer if the disabilityor seating arrangements. Also con- the inspection. There is no requirement may result in the child becoming upsetsider purchasing travel cancellation for travelers to be transferred to a during the screening process.insurance in case there is a need to chair or lifted from their mobility • Tell the security officers about the child’scancel the trip at the last minute. aid during the inspection process. physical abilities. Questions may include can When traveling through airports, it Pat-downs and rights: Pat-downs the child stand up to be patted down or canis important to allow plenty of time are typically used when alarms are he walk through the metal detector? Ifto get through screening checkpoints. triggered at the checkpoint, or when selected for AIT, security officers will want Providing details about a health a person opts out of AIT screening. to know if the child can stand still with hiscondition is voluntary, however All passengers have rights during arms raised for five-seven seconds. Childrendoing so will help the screening officer determine the a pat-down to include the right to request the pat-down can be carried through a metal detector butbest screening method. TSA’s Disability Notification is conducted in a private room and is witnessed by a not through AIT.Card for Air Travelers may be used to discreetly inform person of their choice, pat-downs are conducted by • Offer suggestions about how to minimizeTSA personnel of any medical conditions, disabilities same-gender officers, who should explain the pat-down confusion of the child during the screeningor devices that may affect screening. The card is available process before and during the pat-down. Travelers may process.at http://www.tsa.gov/assets/pdf/disability(underscore) ask for an explanation of each step in the process. • Ask the security officer for help with puttingnotification(underscore)cards.pdf. Prosthetic devices: Passengers are not required carry-on items on the X-ray belt if needed. There are some important rules and procedures to remove prosthetic devices and should not attempt to • Mobility aids: The security officer willto be aware of when traveling with someone who has remove them. At no time should a passenger be asked conduct a pat-down search of children whoa disability or special need. to, nor agree to, lift, remove or raise any article of are unable to walk or stand while he Assistant/companion: Travelers requiring a family clothing, nor should they be asked to remove a device. remains in the mobility aid. A visual andmember, companion or assistant to accompany them to Although metal detectors are still used in all airports physical inspection of the equipment willthe screening area may request a gate pass at the airline during screening, passengers have the option of be conducted. Parents may choose tocheck-in counter. After the assistant has been screened, undergoing screening with AIT or a pat-down. If the remove their child from the mobilityhe may remain with travelers during the screening metal detector alarm is set off by a prosthetic device device; security officers should neverprocess and accompany them to the departure gate. or imaging technology shows an anomaly, passengers remove a child from a mobility aid. Carry-on items: The limit of one carry-on and may request that the resulting pat-down be conducted • Private screenings: Parents will not beone personal item — purse, briefcase or computer in a private screening area. separated from their child at any timecase — does not apply to medical supplies, equipment, Supplemental oxygen: For safety reasons and in during the screening process. If a privatemobility aids or assistive devices carried or used accordance with Federal Aviation Administration rules, screening is required, parents shouldby a person with a disability. passengers are prohibited from using their own oxygen escort and remain with their child during Medical devices: Travelers who wear a medical tanks aboard aircraft. Policies, procedures and services the process.device, on the interior or exterior of their body, should to accommodate passengers who use supplemental For more information about TSAcheck with their doctor before traveling to ensure it is safe oxygen vary widely from airline to airline. It is passenger screening, visit the TSA websiteto go through a metal detector. Ask the doctor if advanced recommended travelers inquire about the airline at http://tsa.gov.imaging technology will have any effect on the medical policies when making flight reservations.Safety offers winter driving guidanceGarrison safety office Drivers need to be able to see as much Allow more travel time. a loss of control. Carry out these moves as possible to avoid collisions. ❄ Pay attention constantly to with a light touch, being continually Bad weather doesn’t cause ❄ Keep brake and signal lights the road conditions, which can vary aware of the vehicle’s response.accidents — weather conditions create clear of ice and snow. even from one lane to the next. ❄ Brake correctly for the type ofdriving hazards. It is up to drivers to ❄ Keep eyes moving to be aware of ❄ Increase speed gradually before vehicle. For some braking systems, aknow how to deal with them. Drivers traffic situation. Don’t just concentrate traveling uphill. Be ready for unseen quick, light pumping of the brakes isare responsible for keeping their on what is directly ahead, scan the dis- hazards, such as sudden downhill grade the way to stop on ice while maintainingvehicles under control no matter what tance and glance frequently at mirrors. or stalled vehicle, when approaching steering control. Avoid locking thethe road conditions or weather. ❄ Double the following distance the top of hills. Use lower gears instead brakes. Anti-lock braking systems The following tips are provided to behind vehicles. Maintain as much free of brakes to travel down a steep hill. should not be pumped. If the vehiclehelp keep drivers safe this winter: space around the vehicle as possible. ❄ Make sure to have the right has air brakes, keep an eye on the air ❄ Clear entire windshield and all Keep the sides and rear of the vehicle tires for the road conditions. Even pressure. Check with the manufacturerwindows and mirrors before driving. as clear of other vehicles as possible. all-season tires may not be enough for correct operation of braking system. ❄ Maintain communica- for all road conditions. ❄ Carry a winter survival kit, espe- tion with other drivers to ❄ Avoid sudden steering cially on long trips or in isolated areas. make sure they see you and movements. Be ready to steer smoothly Include matches and candles; parka you understand one another’s when approaching a curve. Plan any and sleeping bag or emergency blanket; intentions. Use your lights, lane changes well ahead of time. food; first aid kit; jumper cables with horn and even eye contact ❄ On icy roads, any driving safety goggles; gasoline; antifreeze; fuel to communicate. maneuver can set off a skid. Braking, conditioner for diesel fuel; wrenches for ❄ Slow down and adjust steering, accelerating and taking the minor repairs; spare fan belt and radiator speed to road conditions. foot off the accelerator can all result in hose; spare spark plugs and plug wire.
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  24. 24 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011 Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 25 Year in review Big changes on Mountain Post by Andrea Sutherland Mountaineer staff Sgt. David McNerney by returning his medal to the Soldiers of the 4th Infantry Division. Deployments and redeployments remained command, will open in the spring and will feature a fitness center, child development center and behavioral health clinic. Barracks The Fort Carson community experienced constant as more than 7,000 Soldiers deployed for Soldiers assigned to the Warrior Transition a lot of changes in 2011. From the distinction in support of Operation New Dawn and Battalion opened in November, allowing Soldiers of being slated as a Net Zero installation to Operation Enduring Freedom, including troops to be closer to Evans Army Community Hospital welcoming a new general, the Mountain Post from 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry and the Soldier and Family Assistance Center. community continued to adapt and persevere. Division. Loved ones welcomed home close to “We knew our Soldiers needed a healing “It’s been a very exciting year,” said Col. 9,000 Soldiers throughout the year, including environment — a healing campus where Robert F. McLaughlin, garrison commander. warriors from Headquarters and Support Soldiers can easily walk to the hospital to get Several key events, including the Company, as well as 1st and 3rd Brigade care,” said Col. Jimmie O. Keenan, Fort Carson welcoming home of Vietnam veterans in June, Combat Teams, 4th Inf. Div. Medical Department Activity commander, highlighted Fort Carson’s commitment to “Throughout the history of warfare, at the Nov. 7 ribbon cutting ceremony. Soldiers, past and present. In September, Sgt. armies have marched off to war and, when Keenan said Fort Carson remained Maj. John Kurak and others helped honor the they have returned, they are met by their committed to supporting its Soldiers in final wish of Medal of Honor recipient 1st families and friends, but few (welcomes) have transition, a sentiment McLaughlin echoed. been as warm or as heartfelt or “As we continue to serve, we continue Photo by Andrea Sutherland as sincere as the one that we have to support our Soldiers and Families, as well Flanked by fellow Soldiers from 1st received here today,” said Maj. as our survivors,” he said. Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Gen. David G. Perkins, then Despite all of the highlights that took place Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry commanding general of 4th Inf. at the Mountain Post, community members Division, Sgt. Julio Chavez carries 1st Div. and Fort Carson, at the mourned the loss of seven Soldiers who were Sgt. David H. McNerney’s Medal of Oct. 21 welcome home ceremony. killed in action in Afghanistan and Iraq. Their Honor into the Mountain Post The community welcomed names will be etched into the stones at the Historical Center Oct. 6 as Sgt. Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson as the Mountain Post War Memorial, a long-standing Anthony Dalgaard calls cadence and new commanding general when testament to their sacrifice. Spc. Vince Kerr carries the Medal he replaced Perkins in a Nov. 16 Fort Carson leaders continued to support of Honor flag. A Soldier with 1st Bn., change of command ceremony. the Families of fallen Soldiers through several 8th Inf. Reg., during Vietnam, “We are grateful for this innovative programs through Survivor Outreach McNerney bequeathed his medal to opportunity and thrilled to finally Services, which coordinated with the Fort Carson the Soldiers of the 4th Inf. Div. before be at Fort Carson,” said Anderson Family Advocacy Program to bring children’s his death Oct. 10, 2010. A year during the ceremony. author Trevor Romain to Fort Carson to meet later, the McNerney family presented In addition to gaining a new with the children of fallen Soldiers. the medal to Fort Carson Soldiers. general, Fort Carson became home The Mountain Post community welcomed to new units, including the 497th other visitors, including retired Secretary of Engineer Company, 52nd Eng. Defense Donald Rumsfeld, military journalist Vietnam veterans receive thanks for their Battalion. The Army announced Sebastian Junger, “The Tonight Show” host Jay service during the June 10 Vietnam in March that Fort Carson would Leno and several musical groups such as Gary Veterans’ Welcome Home Ceremony at become home to a combat aviation Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band and Saving Abel. Ironhorse Park. From left, retired Col. Bill brigade, which will begin arriving “These people give their careers and McPherson, Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. in 2012. everything for their country,” said Leno, prior James A. Kilpatrick, Garrison Commander In April, the Army slated to heading on stage July 9. “So, coming and Col. Robert F. McLaughlin and retired the Mountain Post for Net Zero telling jokes, believe me, is an honor.” Marine Maj. Gen. Bobby Hollingsworth, status in energy, water and waste Even with all the changes 2011 offered, shook hands during a 40-minute consumption, with goals of community members should expect more procession of about 500 veterans. producing as much energy as it changes in 2012. Photo by Samantha Koss consumes by 2020. The post has already made strides in using renewable energy with solar array systems, recycling programs and reusing gray water for Soldiers with Company D, 1st irrigation purposes. Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, Although there have been 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th numerous changes at Fort Infantry Division, await extraction Carson, day-to-day activities by incoming UH-60 Black Hawks remained constant. from the 4th Battalion, 227th Construction continued with Aviation Regiment, 1st Air Cavalry the building of the Wilderness Road Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, complex to house units from 4th during high-altitude training Photo by Dustin Senger BCT, 4th Inf. Div., as well as the Feb. 16 at Fort Carson. More than Families and friends welcome home 250 Soldiers from 43rd new commissary, improvements 7,000 Soldiers deployed from Sustainment Brigade inside the Special Events Center March 7 to the post exchange and hospital the Mountain Post in 2011 in following a one-year deployment supporting Operation renovations. The building of the support of Operation New Dawn Enduring Freedom. Family and friends welcomed home nearly resiliency campus, which has and Operation Enduring Freedom. 9,000 Soldiers in 2011. been a top priority of Fort Carson Photo by Capt. Jeremiah Ellis Artwork by Andrea Sutherland
  25. 26 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011Powder falls as mountains callStory and photos by Andrea SutherlandMountaineer staff Rudy Saenz sized up the rail, gaining speedas he tore down the slope of the A51 TerrainPark at Keystone Ski Resort. Jumping high,Saenz slapped his board onto the obstacle,riding the rail up. “It was pretty easy and I thought, yeah I got Saturdays and Sundays (excludingthis,” said Saenz, a first lieutenant with 2nd Christmas Day) through April 7,Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade weather permitting.Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division. Transportation and lift tickets to In the middle of the obstacle, Saenz biffed, Monarch cost $60 for adults, $47 forcoming down hard on the packed snow. teenagers and $38 for children under “I jumped off too early and the back of my 12. Transportation to Loveland costsboard caught the edge,” he said. $19 and participants must purchase their Saenz said the hard landing and bleeding lift tickets at the resort, which offers ashin wouldn’t deter him from returning to the $15 discount for military members.slopes or the terrain park. Outdoor Rec also offers trips to “I’m going tomorrow,” he said, adding that Wolf Creek and Durango ski resortsthis will be his 10th season snowboarding. in southwestern Colorado Jan. 14-16 There are dozens of words for snow, but riders and Feb. 18-20 for $190. Cost coversand skiers only care about one: powder. roundtrip transportation, two breakfasts, “It’s been a slow start,” said Trevor McConnell, two lunches and two nights of lodgingprogram supervisor, Adventure Programs and at Pagosa Hot Springs. Wolf CreekEducation at the Outdoor Recreation Center. lift tickets are half price for military“Forecasters said it would be a slow start, but we members and Monarch and Lovelandwould be pummeled by the end of December and pass holders can use their free daysJanuary. … It’s hard to have a bad ski season.” at Durango Mountain Resort. As the snowpack grows, employees at the Fort A trip to Winter Park Feb. 3-5 costsCarson Outdoor Recreation Center are anxious to $260 per person, which includes lodging,help Soldiers, Family and community members meals, lift tickets and transportation.gear up and shred the gnar. Winter enthusiasts needing 1st Lt. Stephen Signor, 2nd Battalion, 77th Field Artillery Regiment, “We’re concentrating a lot of our efforts on equipment can rent skis, snowboards, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, carves into the snowbackcountry skiing and avalanche awareness,” boots, poles, helmets and other gear Dec. 3 at Keystone Ski Resort. Colorado ski resorts are open andMcConnell said. “We’ve added a lot of technical for significantly reduced rates at the Fort Carson Outdoor Recreation staff has organized several skicourses to our program.” Equipment Checkout Center located weekends for Soldiers, Families and civilians. The Outdoor Rec Center, supported by the in the Outdoor Rec Center, buildingDirectorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and 2429. Reservations can be made up to The Equipment Checkout Center also offersRecreation, offers several trips to the local ski 14 days in advance and no later than discounted waxing and tune ups for skis andresorts at discounts for the Fort Carson community. two days prior to rental date. Visit http://www. snowboards. Services take between 48-72 hours. Visit “Get on the Bus!” outings to Monarch mwrfortcarson.com/equipment-checkout-center.php http://www.mwrfortcarson.com/ski--snowboard-Mountain and Loveland Ski area take place or call 526-1993 for more information. services.php for pricing and more information. 1 2 3 1st Lt. Rudy Saenz, 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, sets up to ride a rail at the A-51 Terrain Park at Keystone Ski Resort Dec. 3. Halfway through the obstacle, Saenz biffed, crashing onto the hard ground. Saenz didn’t suffer major injuries and returned to the slopes the 4 5 following weekend.
  26. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 27 Police highlightProvost Marshal Office The statute also states that no pedestrian shall where traffic control signals are in operation. suddenly leave a curb or other place of safety to ride Additionally, no pedestrian is allowed to must “Should I go?” It’s the old question that a bicycle or electrical assisted bicycle, walk or run cross a roadway intersection diagonally unlessgoes through one’s mind when they approach a into the path of a moving vehicle that is close enough authorized by official traffic control devices. Whencrosswalk, whether they are driving or walking. to constitute an immediate hazard. Additionally, no authorized to cross diagonally, pedestrians must cross According to the Colorado Revised Statutes, both pedestrian shall cross a roadway at any place other only in accordance with the official traffic controldrivers and pedestrians have to pay attention in order than by a route at right angles to the curb or by devices pertaining to such crossing movements.for everyone to make it to his destination safely. the shortest route to the opposite curb, except in a To summarize, pedestrians should never insist Here are some basic reminders to keep in crosswalk or where angle crossing is authorized. they have the right of way. When walking, stop andmind when nearing a crosswalk: Crossing at other than crosswalks. Per CRS look at the driver of the vehicle to make sure it is Pedestrian right of way in crosswalks. CRS 42-4-803, pedestrians crossing a roadway at any point safe to start crossing the street. When driving, make42-4-802 states when traffic control signals are not other than within a marked crosswalk or within sure pedestrians see the vehicle. Both parties can getin place or not in operation, the driver of a vehicle an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection, must to their destination safely when following these rules.shall yield the right of way — slowing down or yield right of way to all vehicles on the roadway. Drivers can be cited under the CRS with a basicstopping if needed — to a pedestrian crossing the Pedestrians crossing a roadway where a pedestrian $70 fine. Pedestrians can be cited with a $15 fine forroadway within a crosswalk when the pedestrian is on tunnel or overhead pedestrian crossing is provided failing to yield; if a traffic signal is disobeyed the finethe side of the roadway that the vehicle is traveling must yield right of way to vehicles. The statute also is increased to $100. 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  28. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 29Mealsfrom Page 21temperatures makes bacterial growth Course educates spouses by Kerstin Lopez company commander and first sergeant spouseseasy. Circulation is also important. Mountaineer staff that share their lessons learned regarding roles,Some suggestions include storing food in challenges, successes, expectations and integrating2-inch deep, shallow containers; making Seven spouses of newly assigned company into the unit, as well as allow the spouses to probesure not to over pack the refrigerator; and commanders and first sergeants participated in the panel with questions and concerns, said Burgess.carving the turkey to allow it to cool to an a two-day course Dec. 7-8 to discuss their new roles Britin McGuire, spouse of a companyappropriate temperature. within the unit. commander, participated as a panel member Defrost items correctly or buy fresh. Sabrina Burgess, Army Community Service during the spouse course.Allow 24 hours of defrosting in the refrigerator Family Enrichment trainer, said this is the fourth “I think it’s fantastic and a great class to preparefor every five pounds of turkey. Never Company Commander and (spouses) for what they are ‘defrost a turkey on the kitchen counter. First Sergeant Spouse Course going to go through and whatDefrosting using cold water is wasteful, but offered by ACS designed their (Soldiers) are going towhen choosing to do so, the safest way is to educate spouses on some Spouses walk away experience,” McGuire said.to change the water every 30 minutes. of the challenges they may Ursula Pittman, spouse of Practice hand washing before, during face when trying to integrate from this course a former company commander,and after food preparation. Make sure to into a new company as a feeling more confident said this was her thirdwash hands for at least 20 seconds. This leader’s spouse. time being a panel memberis the best way to prevent bacterial growth “Spouses of leaders are in their roles and, in and recommends it to alland cross contamination of food. often looked to for guidance spouses of leaders. Wash all fresh produce. Even regarding Family readiness … turn, are able to “Even though it’s not ’prepackaged greens should be washed this course will help them support their Soldier a mandatory course, it’s athoroughly to prevent foodborne illnesses. identify the roles in which course that someone coming Limit kitchen capacity. Keep guests they are able to support,” and unit. into the position shouldout of the kitchen to limit the amount of Burgess said. “It provides — Sabrina Burgess take,” Pittman said.hands touching food during preparation and spouses of company Lela Vervaet, spouse ofreducing the risk of anyone catching a cold commanders and first a first sergeant, said theor flu from someone who has it. sergeants with an opportunity to meet with course was informative and she learned more than Serve pasteurized products. Choosing peers, share experiences (and) receive current she expected about topics such as communicationpasteurized items eliminates the risk of bacteria information on resources and education to help and working with different personalities and highlycoming from cider or eggnog. In addition, support them as they support their spouses in recommends the course to new leaders’ spouses.keep eggs refrigerated until ready for use their new roles of leadership.” “Spouses walk away from this course feelingand cook them until they reach 160 degrees. One of the most successful features of the course more confident in their roles and, in turn, are able is the panel consisting of experienced and former to support their Soldier and unit,” Burgess said. T H E GREAT EST JO URNE Y IS T H E ONE T HAT LEADS YO U HOME The Colorado Springs Business Journal can publish your legal notices. Easy and affordable. Ordinances Water Rights Public Trustee Sales Notices to Creditors City Planning Agenda Name Changes Summonses Adoption Notices Guardianships Sheriff’s Sales and moreCall Kathy Bernheim at 719-329-5204 for more information
  29. 30 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011Author helps Soldiersby Andrea Sutherland relationship with many Soldiers and “I didn’t know anything about the 3rd Inf. Div. Soldiers.Mountaineer staff leaders during these past 10 years military,” Megathlin said. “I decided In addition to her philanthropic and her writings are an accurate anybody who volunteered to defend ventures, Megathlin also writes guest Throughout his three-decade and compelling reflection of the my freedom shouldn’t come away columns for a Savannah publication,career, Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson has sacrifices and service of our men from mail call empty handed.” many of which focus on the military.been focused on community. Now the and women in the Army today,” Megathlin volunteered and In October 2010, Megathlincommanding general of 4th Infantry Anderson said. “She has gained began fostering relationships embedded with 3rd Battalion, 15thDivision and Fort Carson, Anderson firsthand knowledge of the demands, with commanders at Fort Stewart Infantry Regiment, 3rd Inf. Div.,still keeps in touch with people he has challenges and emotions associated and Hunter Army Airfield near at Camp Ramadi, Iraq.worked with on previous assignments. with everything from training to Savannah, Ga. “I’ve never been camping a day One of those people who deployments to memorial ceremonies With help from Fort Stewart in my life,” she said, laughing. “Itmade a significant impact on Army that our troops experience each and leadership, Megathlin organized the was quite an experience.”communities is Carol Megathlin, every day. She is a true supporter Adopt-a-Soldier nonprofit, arranging Megathlin said the experiencewith whom Anderson worked from of Soldiers and their Families.” “adoptions” of hundreds of Soldiers gave her a better understanding andBaghdad, Iraq, supporting Soldiers Author of “Fighting without from 3rd Infantry Division. In the past appreciation for the military. Shedeployed overseas during the surge Fanfare: Honest Thoughts about four years, Megathlin has helped collected columns about her workand later from the Pentagon in support Human Dilemmas,” Megathlin connect between 15,000 and 18,000 with the military, including herof the Honor Flight program from began working with the military in Soldiers with civilians eager to support time in Iraq, and incorporated themSavannah, Ga., where Anderson would 2002 after a member of her Sunday their men and women in uniform. into her new collection of stories,meet and greet World War II vets at School raised concerns about “It’s spreading throughout “Fighting without Fanfare.”the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier troop morale and encouraged the the Army,” she said, adding that “I want the Soldiers to knowduring their trips to Washington D.C. congregation to send letters and people from California, Michigan that they are not alone,” she said. “Carol established a personal packages to deployed Soldiers. and Connecticut have sponsored “They have not been forgotten.” Aspen Dental Associates Complete Family Dental Care MILITARY INSURANCE (Dependents, Active-Duty, Reserve accepted) S. Wahsatch Ave. E. Pikes Peak E. Pikes E. Colorado Ave. Peak Ave. Santa Fe Railroad Homburg Station Bldg. Gregory D. Mock, D.D.S. Michael E. Gilbert, D.D.S. 559 E. Pikes Peak Ave., Suite 203 Colorado Springs, CO 80903
  30. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 31Installations unite to help veteransStory and photo by Walt Johnson challenge to the competitors was to bring a can of veterans and this is a way to do something thatMountaineer staff food and shirts to donate to the homeless veterans. turns into a win-win for everyone,” Gutierrez said. “I saw the box at the commissary and I said ‘I The event featured both team and individual Members of the Fort Carson and Peterson am going to ask the guys why don’t we do this as a competitions as usual, but this time it provided anAir Force Base racquetball communities came way to support the homeless veterans.’ We are all opportunity for the players to work together as atogether Saturday to help group to remember a groupcollect canned goods for of people who have fallenhomeless veterans. short on their luck. The two groups held their “We came up with thisregular racquetball challenge idea (for a competition) whilecontest that pitted the two we were at the state doublesracquetball communities in tournament in Denver. Erniea friendly competition. The and I were going back andextra attraction Saturday was forth with each other aboutthat racquetball players were Army and Air Force and Iable to collect canned food (told) him we should set updonations, according to a little tournament betweenErnie Costello and Jared Fort Carson and Peterson.Fernandez, Fort Carson and That is how this event camePeterson event coordinators, about,” Fernandez said.respectively. “We are always looking The idea for the event for an opportunity to keepcame after Eladio Gutierrez the sport of racquetball alivefrom Peterson witnessed a and find ways to keep thecanned food donation drive at competition going betweenthe Peterson commissary. Peterson and Fort Carson.Since the teams engage in The majority of us playfriendly competitions each against each other and weWednesday and Saturday, they know each other, both on thedecided to turn Saturday’s racquetball court and offevent into an opportunity to the court. This was a greathelp homeless veterans. Fort Carson’s Ernie Costello, center, returns a serve during competition Saturday at Peterson Air event that will support a very Fernandez said the Force Base. good cause,” Costello said.Mountaineer Sports Feature Cheer time Members of the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs cheerleading teams, left, take time to chat with Fort Carson youths during their visit to the Mountain Post Dec. 9-10. The cheerleaders joined members of the post community at the Thunder Alley Bowling Lanes Dec. 9 before a “meet and greet” with the post community Saturday at the Exchange. Members of the Miami Dolphins cheerleading team will visit the Mountain Post Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for a meet and greet with post patrons and an autograph signing session at the Exchange. Photo by Walt Johnson
  31. 32 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011On the BenchJingle Bell Runset for Fridayby Walt Johnson family and friends can enjoy aMountaineer staff continental breakfast and party favors in addition to bowling. Reservations, The Directorate of Family and which are required, can be madeMorale, Welfare and Recreation by calling 526-5542.Sports and Fitness Division, Fort Carson bowlers willin conjunction with the garrison once again have an opportunitycommand sergeant major’s office, holds to represent the Army in interservicea Jingle Bell Run Friday at the Special competition.Events Center beginning at 7 a.m. Bowlers can sign up for a chance The event, which features a to compete in the next All-Armyfive-kilometer run and walk, is free for Bowling Tournament. The winnerspost patrons. People can register for the at the prestigious tournament willevent beginning at 6 a.m. at the events represent the Army against the Aircenter. The run may cause traffic Force, Marines and Navy at thedelays on Wetzel Avenue from 7-9 a.m. upcoming interservice championship. Members of the Miami Dolphins The Army will conduct its trialcheerleading team hold a “meet camp at Joint Base San Antonio in Texasand greet” at Fort Carson. May 7-12. The team will be selected to The Exchange hosts the compete in the interservice competitioncheerleaders Saturday from 11:30 a.m. at Joint Base San Antonio May 13-19.to 1:30 p.m. The cheerleaders will For more information or to apply,sign autographs and meet with Soldiers go to https://apps.imcom.army.mil/and their Families during their visit. APPTRACMAIN. Photo by Walt Johnson The Fort Carson bowling lanes Cheyenne Shadows Golf Clubholds its annual New Year’s Eve is offering two specials to help Flying highbowling party beginning at celebrate the holiday season. Ed Jackson flies through the air to score two points during post intramural9:30 p.m. Dec. 31. preseason action Dec. 8 at Waller Physical Fitness Center. See Bench on Page 33 Bowling alley officials said
  32. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 33 Bench begin season play in January. from page 32 The Trojan girls’ team hosts the Mesa Ridge Grizzlies Customers can take 5-30 Jan. 3 at 7 p.m. The team will percent off all equipment and then take a week off before special orders. Golf course traveling to Denver to meet officials said there are chances Thomas Jefferson High School to get free golf or range Jan. 10 at 7 p.m. The Lady packages when purchasing Trojans then host Pine Creek a trail fee, annual fee or High School Jan. 13 at 7 p.m. punch card during the The Trojan boys travel to Christmas sale event. Denver to meet defending 5A Several specials are state champion Regis Jesuit available during the Christmas Jan. 6 at 7 p.m. The Trojans sale, which ends Jan. 2. then travel to Mitchell High Customers purchasing an School Jan. 10 to meet the annual golf pass will receive a Marauders at 7 p.m. The free three-month range pass. team’s first home contest is Customers can also purchase Jan. 13 when it hosts Pine a trail fee golf pass and get a Creek High School at 7 p.m. three-month range pass, a $75 In last week’s issue of the value, for free. Other specials Mountaineer I inadvertently include: purchase any 10-play misidentified the new post punch card and receive two intramural football champions. punches, a $70 value, free; buy The 1st Battalion, 67th a frequent rider pass and receive Armor Regiment, 2nd Brigade two extra cart passes, a $46 Combat Team, 4th Infantry value, free; and purchase any Division, team was referred to range ball punch pass and as the “Tankers.” The unit goes receive two punches, a $45 by another nickname, and I Photo by Walt Johnson value, free. There is also a Mega apologize for any inconvenience No way Golf Experience Punch Card sale, which features a bundle this may have caused. I would like to wishRaul Vasquez, right, swats away a shot attempt during intramural league preseason action of golf outings and lessons. everyone the best for theMonday at Waller Physical Fitness Center. The post intramural regular season begins Jan. 9 The Fountain-Fort upcoming holiday season.with all games being played at Waller PFC. Carson High School girls’ Stay safe; see you again and boys’ basketball teams next year.U.S. News & Wo Report ranked five adult specialties at Parkview asU.S. News World Report ranked five orld t at Parkview“High-Performing.” That’s four more specialties than any other hospital south“High-Performing.” That’s four more any other hospitalof Denver. If you need great care, it’s right here. And it’s only going to get better.of Denver. you great care, it’s right here. it’s to get better.www.parkviewmc.orgwww.parkviewmc.org
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  35. 36 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011 Home of the nation’s oldest church Santa Fe, N.M. Story and photos by Nel Lampe The usual fast-food establishments are in to 4 p.m. and is closed on holidays except S Mountaineer staff Santa Fe, but aren’t as noticeable because Veterans Day and Memorial Day. the familiar golden arches and other branding Museum Hill has three museums at one anta Fe, N.M., is just a five-hour signage is not as large as in other cities site: the Museum of International Folk Art, drive down Interstate 25 — about across America. the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art and 320 miles. The city is usually high The architecture of Santa Fe is unique — the Museum of Indian Art and Culture. on Travel Magazine’s list of favorite places to almost every building or house is Pueblo The Wheelwright Museum of the visit. Anyone who has a few days off during Revival style, made of adobe or stucco. American Indian is near Museum Hill the holiday season might enjoy a trip to Most buildings are one-three stories. Even but has its own parking lot. New Mexico’s state capitol. the New Mexico capitol building is round Santa Fe has many historic buildings — Santa Fe is a great place to visit anytime, and adobe colored. Shopping malls and the oldest church (San Miguel) and the but especially during the holidays when retail stores are adobe-style. oldest house in the United States; Loretta farolitos, sometimes called luminarias, are all The ambiance and architecture of Santa Chapel with its miraculous circular over the city – brown paper bags, partly filled Fe can make a trip there seem like a visit staircase, the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis with sand and a lighted candle, give off a warm to another country. of Assisi and the Palace of the Governors. glow. The luminarias line the rooflines of Santa Fe has lots of art — more than The public plaza was built across the street in hotels, public buildings and homes, and are the 200 art galleries and art in front of buildings, 1610 when Spanish governors ruled from the dominant holiday lighting style in Santa Fe. museums and churches. building and later, when New Mexico Santa Fe seems larger than its population There are many museums in Santa Fe: became part of the United States in 1846, of 70,000 indicates — plenty of amenities are the New Mexico Museum of Art, Palace territorial governors ruled from there. in place as tourists visit one of their favorite of the Governors, Museum of Contemporary The portico of the Palace of the cities. Several restaurants serve New Mexican Native Arts, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, New Governors is where Native American artisans cuisine, but there are also French, Italian Mexico Museum of Art, New and Indian restaurants as well as those selling Mexico Museum of History, pizza, steaks and burgers. There are also Santa Fe Children’s Museum bakeries, delicatessens, coffee shops, hotel and the New Mexico National dining rooms and the Five and Dime near Guard Bataan Memorial at the plaza that features chili/Frito pies, served 1050 Old Pecos Trail, which is in the bag, 1950s’ style. free Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. Public art is throughout Santa Fe. This sculpture is at Museum Hill, where three museums are collocated.Adobe-style buildings are the norm in Santa Fe, and art is throughout the city — along streets,in museums and in more than 200 galleries.
  36. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 37Loretta Chapel has a staircase referred to as miraculous. It St. Francis Cathedral was completed in 1880, after 10 years of construction.makes two complete 360 degree turns and has no center Located in downtown Santa Fe, it’s a blend of adobe, French-Romanesque andsupport. No nails or glue was used in its construction. modern architectural styles.sell handcrafted jewelry and Plymouth Rock in 1620. This areaother items daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., was inhabited for 20,000 yearstaking cash or credit cards and is before Spanish Explorer Coronadopopular with shoppers. The heart of the city is the made his expedition in 1540. Santa Fe is at 7,199 feet Just the Factsplaza, occupying a city block. It elevation, has more than 300 days • TRAVEL TIME — five hoursis a park-like setting and the site of sun and very blue skies. But • FOR AGES — anyoneof ceremonies and activities. Food it does snow — Ski Santa Fevendors are sometimes in the plaza. is nearby, learn more online at • TYPE — historic city As Santa Fe is a very old town, http://www.skisantafe.com. • FUN FACTOR — ★★★★★downtown streets are narrow and Two authentic pueblos, the (Out of 5 stars)parking is quite limited. There Pojoaque Pueblo, 505-455-2278,are some public parking lots and is 15 miles north of Santa Fe and • WALLET DAMAGE — VARIESmetered parking, limited to one the Nambe Pueblo, 505-455-2036, $ = Less than $20or two hours; have quarters handy. is 18 miles from Santa Fe. $$ = $21 to $40 Go online at http://www. Native Americans have lived $$$ = $41 to $60santafe.org for information on for hundreds of years in these $$$$ = $61 to $80visiting Santa Fe and finding pueblos. Arrangements must belodging, or call 505-955-6200. made before visiting. (BASED ON A FAMILY OF FOUR)Several budget chain motels are To reach Santa Fe, take I-25on Cerrillos Road, Exit 278 south for 330 miles — about afrom Interstate 25. five hour drive. Santa Fe wasestablished by theSpanish governor DonPedro De Peralt beforethe pilgrims arrived at Native American artisans display and sell their wares daily in front of the historic Palace of the Governors near the plaza. Places to see in the Pikes Peak area.
  37. 38 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011 Fort Carson Community Theatre the canyon and at the falls. Dress warmly for fireworks at 9 p.m. and midnight. The best The newly formed Fort Carson Community this mostly outside excursion. The gift shop will view of the fireworks is along the 16th StreetTheatre presents its first production, “A be open and warm drinks may be purchased. mall. All Regional Transportation DistrictChristmas Chaos,” in the Freedom Performing buses and light rail services are free fromArts Center Friday-Saturday at 7 p.m. Advance Santa’s Workshop 7 p.m. New Year’s Eve to 6 p.m. Jan. 1.tickets are $5 for military cardholders and Santa’s Workshop at the North Pole, 5050$7 for non-cardholders at the Information, Pikes Peak Highway, near Cascade, is off Dinosaur Resource CenterTickets and Registration office. At the Highway 24 West. The Christmas theme park is “Kids Free Day” is Dec. 27. Marc Straubdoor, tickets will be $8 and $10. open through Christmas Eve, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. of “Cool Science” presents shows at 11:30 a.m. daily. Admission for active-duty military and and 2 p.m. Two children age 12 and under Electric Safari immediate Family members is $12.95. Everyone will be admitted free with each paid regular Electric Safari at the Cheyenne Mountain older than 10 must have military identification. adult. The Rocky Mountain Dinosaur ResourceZoo features a million lights, including Center is at 201 Fairview St., in Woodland Park.animated light sculptures. Santa and Mrs. Denver holiday lightsClaus will visit with children in Santa Zone When in Denver, drive by the City and Drive through Christmas lightsthrough Dec. 23. Some animal exhibits are County Building light display, near the Drive through “Many Lights ofopen during Electric Safari, including the Colorado capitol in downtown Denver. Christmas” at the Springs First Church ofgiraffe barn, Rocky Mountain Wild, Asian Check out the 16th Street Mall for the Nazarene, 4120 E. Fountain Blvd., Friday-Highlands, Monkey Pavilion, Lion’s Lair and festive lights and horse and carriage rides. Monday, 6-9 p.m. There’s no admission cost.Aquatics. Electric Safari is Friday-Sunday and Blossoms of Light is the holiday lightingDec. 16-Jan. 1 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. It is closed at Denver Botanic Gardens, 1007 York St. Holiday lights and SantaChristmas Eve. The last admission is at 7:30 Hours are 5:30-9:30 through Jan. 1; admission Old Colorado City celebrates the holidaysp.m. Regular admission is $8.25 for adults, is $9.50 for adults and $6.50 for ages 3-12. with tiny white lights decorating the downtown$5.25 for ages 3-11. Admission for active-duty Santa’s on duty at Denver’s Larimer area on Colorado Avenue weekends throughSoldiers and retired military and Families is Square each Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Dec. 24. Santa will visit with children in the$4.25 each, with military identification. Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Larimer Square, cabin in Bancroft Park. the oldest commercial area in Denver, contains Seven Falls all lit up shops, clubs and restaurants. It’s just off the NORAD tracks Santa Seven Falls Christmas lighting is open to 16th Street Mall between 14th and 15th streets. Starting at midnight Dec. 24, visitors canlocal citizens from Dec. 18-30 — except Zoo Lights are at the Denver Zoo in watch Santa prepare for his flight by visitingfor Christmas Eve — from 5-9:30 p.m. by Denver’s City Park, 2300 Steele St., until http://www.noradsanta.org. Beginning atdonations to Christmas Unlimited. Donations Jan. 1, from 5-9 p.m. nightly. Tickets are $9 4 a.m. Dec. 24, people can ask about Santa’smay be cash, toys for children or nonperishable for ages 12 and up and children 3-12 pay $5. whereabouts by calling 877-446-6723.food items. Thousands of lights are throughout Denver celebrates New Year’s Eve with —Compiled by Nel Lampe Converse® www.TriCountyAutomotive.com Rapid Response Home of the 15 Year 150,000 Mile Powertrain Warranty! Spec ACU Boots Militaial Finan ry cing! $ 7995 Most vehicles qualify for this exclusive coverage at no extra cost. Come in TODAY! ‘10 Chevrolet Colorado ‘07 Dodge Caravan ‘10 Mitsubishi Lancer $21,678 $7,740 $13,999 # 7141A # 7140 # 7139 ‘09 Pontiac G6 ‘09 Chrysler PT Cruiser ‘10 Dodge Nitro $15,622 $11,298 $17,587 # 7167 # 7172 # 7217 Need a ride? We’ll Pick you up!(at the entry way to motor city) 903 South 8th St. 719.219.1330
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  39. 40 MOUNTAINEER — Dec. 16, 2011 The Colorado Springs Church Directory Your Guide to Christmas and Standard Services “A Family Friendly Church” Programs for Kids & Teens of All Ages Christmas Eve 9355 Peaceful Valley Rd Services 719-382-8331 2:00pm, 3:30pm & 5:00pm www.restchurch.org St. Paul Catholic Church and the Pauline Memorial Catholic School welcome you to our Masses for Christmas Christmas Eve Masses Our school is enrolling now. Please call the principal at (719) 632-1846 Reverend Monsignor Robert E. Jaeger, V.G.,Pastor Christmas Day Masses (Opposite the Broadmoor West) SEE US ONLINE AT WWW.CSMNG.COM
  40. Dec. 16, 2011 — MOUNTAINEER 41 The Colorado Springs Church Directory Your Guide to Christmas and Standard ServicesChristmas Eve Services: 2025 North Murray Blvd CHRISTMAS Means that the love NE corner of Constitution of God is always4:00pm, 6:00pm, Candlelight 11:00pm (719) 596-1659 stronger than all the hurt and painChristmas Day: 9:45am www.sunnysidechristian.com What in your life needs to hear this very Good News? First Christian Church - where you won’t be judged, where you won’t be told what you “have to” believe, where everyone is truly welcome! 2x4 Sunday Worship 8:15 & 11:00 Christmas Eve Services 7:00 & 9:00PM First Christian Church 16 E. Platte Ave., Colorado Springs Please join us for our 719-633-8888 Christmas Eve Service at 6pm. www.firstchristiancos.org There will be no Christmas Day Service Regular Schedule Sunday: Small Groups - 9am Celebration Service - 10:30am Join us for Worship Wednesday: in December Night Classes - 6:30pm Sundays, 10:30am Christmas Eve Candle Service Saturday, December 24, 5:00pm Pastor Kyle Sullivan - pastorkyle@calvarybapt.net Celebrate the Birth of Christ 1712 South Corona Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80905 Sunday, December 25 - 10:30 am 731 Castle Road www.CalvaryBapt.net 719.632.4442 473-3430 Rev. David Markwalder www.gatewaypres.org Lifegate Baptist Reserve Your Space for our Church EASTER We’re Growing Together in Grace Meeting at:Prairie Hills Elementary School EDITION Christmas Eve Candlelight Service 6:00-7:00 pm Sunday Worship Service 9:00 amSunday School 9:30 am • Worship Service 10:45 am 8025 Telegraph on March 30 Sunday School Meeting at 10:45 am Colorado Springs, CO 80920 Deadlines March 14 at noon 1615 E. Cheyenne Rd.(At the intersection of Scarborough and Telegraph, For more information call Pastor Jim Alexander Family Night near Research and Powers) 719-329-5221 719-635-9022 Wednesday 6:00 pm (719) 487-1111 www.cmpca.net Nursery Provided www.lifegatebc.org
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