1. Vol. 70 No. 3 Jan. 20, 2012 Word of the month: Values Photo by Dustin Senger Warrior training Spc. Shaughn Daniel and Spc. Nickolas Noga, both from 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Training Institute, Warrior Leader Course at Fort Carson. Near the end of each Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, rush “humanitarian 15-day course, small group leaders test each WLC participant’s abilities in tactical aid” Jan. 17, after a simulated mortar attack pounds their position. The situational squad-level leadership, while evaluating 29 performance areas. The exercise exercise was part of the culminating events for the 168th Regiment, Regional rehearses skills learned during the course.Keenan pins major generalMEDDAC receives new commander By Stacy Neumann assignment as the 24th chief of the Army Nurse ceremony, lauded Keenan’s accomplishments, citing Medical Department Activity Public Affairs Corps and commanding general, U.S. Army Public her work in establishing embedded behavioral health Health Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. care teams in Fort Carson’s brigade combat teams and Col. John M. McGrath took the helm of Fort Before hundreds of guests, Family and friends, enhancing Soldier readiness.Carson Medical Department Activity from Col. Keenan passed the unit colors to Maj. Gen. Philip “Jimmie is known as a strong advocate forJimmie O. Keenan during a change of command Volpe, commanding general, Western Regional customer service. Her compassion was loud andceremony at the Special Events Center Jan. 12. Medical Command, relinquishing command, who contagious,” Volpe said. “Her personable disposition Later that day, Keenan was promoted to major then handed the colors to McGrath, signifying his and professional acumen have been instrumental ingeneral — a rare honor of jumping over the rank of assumption of command. See MEDDAC on Page 4brigadier general — in preparation for her next Volpe, who served as reviewing officer at the Message board INSIDE Fort Carson Tax Center, located in building 1358, is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Appointments required; call 524-1012/1013. Page 18 Pages 20-21 Page 10
2. 2 MOUNTAINEER — Jan. 20, 2012 MOUNTAINEERCommanding General:Garrison Commander: Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson Col. Robert F. McLaughlin Hazing will not be tolerated Editor’s note: Army leaders released the following by Army Regulation 600-20 and the Uniform CodeFort Carson Public Affairs Officer: letter Jan. 13. of Military Justice for many years. Individuals who Dee McNutt You should be aware of recent allegations of hazing participate in, allow or condone hazing may be subjectChief, Print and Web Communications: within the ranks of our armed forces, and we want to take to disciplinary action that may include nonjudicial Rick Emert this opportunity to clearly address these troubling reports. punishment or court-martial.Editor: Devin Fisher We echo the emphasis that Secretary of Defense We recognize that leaders must enforce standardsStaff writers: Andrea Sutherland (Leon E.) Panetta and Chairman (of the Joint Chiefs and exercise strong leadership and that this may include Dustin Senger of Staff Gen. Martin E.) Dempsey have placed on organizing team-building activities. This does not, Kerstin Lopez this matter. Every Army professional has a personal however, allow for any activity that crosses the line and Staff Sgt. Wayne Barnett obligation to prevent hazing and ensure that we treat results in an abuse of power and deliberate humiliation.Happenings: Nel Lampe all of our comrades in arms with dignity and respect. Effective leaders must never participate in, allowSports writer: Walt Johnson Hazing is not compatible with Army Values. The or condone hazing. 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3. Jan. 20, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 352nd Eng. welcomes new commander By Andrea Sutherland Ngo deployed to Bosnia, Iraq Since the unit’s reactivation, Mountaineer staff and Afghanistan. In addition to Brooks worked to build the numerous unit awards, she unit of engineers, challenging Members of the 52nd earned two Bronze Star Medals, the Soldiers in a variety ofEngineer Battalion bid farewell to the Joint Service Commendation tests including Mountain StrikeLt. Col. Michael Brooks, its first Medal and the Joint Service Warrior exercises, stints at thecommander since the unit’s April Achievement Medal. Joint Readiness Training Center2010 reactivation, and welcomed Speaking to the crowd of at Fort Polk, La. and a deploy-Lt. Col. Danielle Ngo in a Jan. 12 Soldiers and Family members ment to Bahrain.change of command ceremony. attending the ceremony, Ngo In his farewell speech, “This ceremony represents acknowledged Brooks and his Brooks offered Ngo advice inthe symbolic transition between dedication to the unit, which reac- taking command.the past and the future,” said Col. tivated April 16, 2010, more than “There are some officialNicholas W. Katers, 555th five years after its inactivation. special handling instructions forEngineer Brigade commander. “To come in and receive a these Soldiers,” he said. “No. 1:“Commanders are a snapshot of a battalion with this level of discipline they love hard (physical training),unit. Today, this is no longer Lt. is a testament to your leadership,” so push them hard every day.Col. Mike Brooks’ battalion. He she said, addressing Brooks. They love to train and the morebecomes an entry in the unit’s The 52nd Engineer Combat realistic and hard the conditions,history, a snapshot on the wall.” Battalion first activated in 1918 the more they love it. They Katers expressed confidence as a railway construction battalion, love to shoot their weapons …that Ngo, a decorated war veteran, according to the unit’s website. They love building things, that’swould be a “leader of integrity The unit was demobilized after their true passion. That’s whyand skill.” World War I and reactivated in they’re engineers.” A prior enlisted Soldier, Ngo November 1942, participating in Despite the unit’s short historywas commissioned as a second campaigns in North Africa, Sicily as a construction battalion, Ngolieutenant in 1994. She holds and Italy. said she understands the legacydegrees from the University of The engineers first came to she is inheriting.Massachusetts, the Command Fort Carson in 1968, deploying “I am blessed to have aand General Staff College and in support of operations Desert battalion that’s on the top of itsGeorgetown University, where Shield and Desert Storm and later game,” she said. “This battalion Photo by Marco Mineroshe earned a master’s degree in in Operation Iraqi Freedom. has already made a name for Lt. Col. Danielle Ngo, left, accepts the 52nd Engineer Battalionpublic policy. The unit was inactivated in itself and it’s my job to take care colors from Col. Nicholas W. Kanters, 555th Eng Brigade Over the course of her career, February 2005. of them.” commander, during a Jan. 12 change of command ceremony. UP $ UP TO TO 5,000 00 INSTAN CRED T! 5 000.00 I NSTANT CREDI T! 5,000.00 INSTANT CREDIT! 000 00.0 NS NST REDI DIT GOOD CAR ALARM SALE! BET TER BETTER BEST $ $ 19 19 29 29 $ 39 39 $ $ $ 19 19 15 15 19 19 STORE HOURS: No Payments ‘ti Next Mon h! No Payment ‘til Next Month! ayments ‘til Next Month! yments ti ext on e t il nth 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. employment illustration.
4. 4 MOUNTAINEER — Jan. 20, 2012 Send a Valentine’s Day message to your sweetheart! Email yourMedical Department Activity Command Sgt. Maj. Ly Lac passes the unit colors to Col. Jimmie O. Keenan during a change 25-word messageof command ceremony Jan. 12 in the Special Events Center. Incoming commander Col. John McGrath is at left. and a high-resolution picture of you andMEDDAC Volpe said he is confident that Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry your loved one tofrom Page 1 MEDDAC remains in good hands Division, salute battery that fired a andrea.sutherland@ with McGrath. 15-volley salute.establishing and maintaining “I can think of no better quali- Keenan expressed her appre- csmng.comstrategic relationships with local fied leader to step into this role. He ciation for her mentors and by Feb. 3 to appear innetwork and (Veterans Affairs) is a perfect fit for this assignment pledged to remain at the vanguardhealth care partners.” and Team Carson,” Volpe said. of Army Medicine. the Feb. 10 issue. Since her tenure began in May “Colonel Keenan created a cul- “I believe in our mission; Submissions2009, Keenan has been responsible ture of innovation and care focused supporting Soldier readinessfor the more than 2,600 people on Soldiers. I’ll strive to maintain means taking care of a Soldier’s subject to editing. Notwho work at MEDDAC. In her and build upon that,” McGrath said. mind, body and spirit. It is ensuring all photographs will run.farewell address, she thanked them Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho, the wellness and resiliency of allfor their time together. Army Surgeon General, said the people who trust that we will “I have watched as the Soldiers Keenan’s promotion and assign- look out for their well-being. It isstanding before us, those still at ment selection shouldn’t come as delivering these services withwork today and the civilians within a surprise. compassion and ensuring we areour MEDDAC ranks always put the “She makes things better good stewards of our nation’scare of our Soldiers and Families and knows how to build a team,” resources,” said Keenan.first. You know that I am passionate said Horoho. “She sees the art As chief of the Army Nurseabout delivering the highest quality of possibility.” Corps, Keenan will have oversightof care and this team of professionals Keenan’s children, husband — of more than 40,000 civilian,responded,” she said. Col. John Keenan, deputy garrison active-duty and Reserve nurses. In Keenan said it’s been an honor commander — and mother attached her duties as commanding generalto lead MEDDAC through both her new shoulder boards. Keenan of the U.S. Army Public Healthits physical renovations to also received her general officer’s Command, she will lead aupgrade patient care and through belt, two-star flag and an engraved worldwide agency responsible forits efforts to extend behavioral shell casing from the 3rd Battalion, public health, veterinary, laboratoryhealth care and resiliency principles. 29th Field Artillery Regiment, 3rd care and preventive medicine.
5. Jan. 20, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 5Event prepares Families for deployment Story and photo by Spc. Beth Raney repair specialist assigned to Company B, 4th through a deployment,” explained McNeely.4th Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs Office, Special Troops Battalion, 4th BCT, said he enjoyed “Different classes and resources are available to 4th Infantry Division the informative nature of the fair. Soldiers and their Families before, during and even “It’s pretty well set up,” he said. “They have (a lot) of after deployment. It gives (the Soldiers) peace of Soldiers and Family members of 4th Brigade representatives here. Since this is my first deployment, mind that their Families are going to be taken careCombat Team, 4th Infantry Division, participated in a I’m definitely learning what I’m going to need.” of, and that’s one less thing they have to worry about.”deployment fair at the Fort Carson Special Events ACS representatives provide a lot of useful Staff Sgt. Christopher Thomas, a shop foremanCenter Jan. 9-12. information to help deploying Soldiers and their assigned to Troop C, 3rd Squadron, 61st Cavalry Army Community Service; Army OneSource; Families during the deployment, said Kate McNeely, Regiment, said this upcoming deployment will be histhe 4th BCT chaplains’ office; Fort Carson counseling a Fort Carson DFMWR and ACS representative. fifth, and he still finds the deployment fair helpful.services; Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare “We offer information on financial readiness, “I think it’s very helpful, especially for theand Recreation; and many other businesses and employment readiness, Family readiness, (and) how married servicemembers and new Soldiers,” heorganizations offered their expertise and services to to thrive through a deployment and not just survive explained, adding that he received valuable infor-help both Soldiers and their mation about banking, financeFamilies during the upcoming and wills.deployment. Thomas said he feels this Char Ewald, a financial type of event affects his Soldiersinsurance specialist with positively, especially the onesUnited Services Automotive who have never deployed.Association Federal Savings It is important for newBank, attended the fair to Soldiers, especially the “firstprovide advice and information timers,” to know the differentabout potential services available support organizations that theto deploying Soldiers. Army has available to support its “We are here supporting the community, said Chap. (Lt.deployment of Soldiers from Fort Col.) Howard Field, 4th BCTCarson,” Ewald said. “We offer a Rear Detachment chaplain.(deployment) checklist. That “I am here to let thechecklist will guide them step by Soldiers and their Familystep as to what they need to do members know who their rearprior to deployment, including detachment chaplain is, tosaving money on their insurance. point them in the right directionThe spouses are the ones taking if they have any questions, andcare of business, and we know to give them some literature,that, so we make sure that we both for the Families and forhelp them every step of the way, some of the deployingas well,” she said. 1st Sgt. Steve LaRocque, senior enlisted leader, Troop C, 3rd Squadron, 61st Cavalry Regiment, and Soldiers,” Field said. Pfc. Adam Bruce, an his wife, Nicole LaRocque, check out information at the Military Family Voices booth during the 4th See Fair on Page 11unmanned aircraft systems Brigade Combat Team’s deployment fair at the Special Events Center Jan. 11.
6. 6 MOUNTAINEER — Jan. 20, 2012‘Raiders’ train to become combat lifesavers Story and photo by Pfc. Nathan Thome participated in a Raider First Responder course at the “Phoenix” Battalion course, as part of the brigade’s overall training requirement, to ensure every I’ve learned is how to provide care under fire,” she said.1st Brigade Combat Team Public headquarters Jan. 9-12 to learn basic Soldier in the brigade is medically In any given situation, SoldiersAffairs Office, 4th Infantry Division medical skills and become certified trained. need to act fast to save a life. This CLS combat lifesavers. “To put it simply, the purpose of class provided the Soldiers the ability Twenty-six Soldiers from 1st The first in a series of “Raider” Raider First Responder is to teach to not only react quickly, but to properlySpecial Troops Battalion, 1st Brigade Brigade classes, 1st BCT Soldiers must nonmedical personnel how to perform care for a casualty, said Bryant.Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, complete the Raider First Responder lifesaving steps,” said Staff Sgt. April A few of the techniques taught Luikart, medical platoon sergeant, proved to be a challenge for some Headquarters and Headquarters Soldiers, but with practice, the tasks Company, 1st STB, 1st BCT, 4th Inf. became easier to execute, said Spc. Div. “The course (entails) care under Steven Renner, geospatial engineer, fire, how to stop bleeding, airway Headquarters and Headquarters techniques and much more.” Detachment, 1st STB, 1st BCT, 4th The 40-hour course is comprised of Inf. Div. two segments; a classroom setting and “The biggest obstacle for me was a field training exercise. having to perform a needle-chest This course took the Soldiers decompression on someone with a through three phases of training: crawl, sucking chest wound,” Renner said. walk and run; all of which are a part of “At first, it was difficult, because you Tactical Combat Casualty Care. have to make sure you stick the needle The crawl phase covers injuries and in the right place; but the more I did it, how to treat them; the walk phase the easier it became.” includes hands-on training; and the run During the final assessment, a phase is a field training exercise — the daylong field training exercise, culmination of everything the Soldiers Raider Soldiers put what they had have learned, said Spc. Jennifer Fay, learned to the test. health care specialist, HHC, 1st STB, “The field training exercise was a 1st BCT, 4th Inf. Div. simulation similar to a combat situation,” In the classroom, Soldiers learned said Sgt. Bethany Brown, squad leader, how to use medical equipment and Company A, 1st STB, 1st BCT, 4th Inf. how to treat casualties in different Div. “The Soldiers got a chance to situations, said Pfc. Sherkeria Bryant, treat a casualty in what felt like a real“Phoenix” Soldiers of 1st Special Troops Battalion, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th human intelligence collector, Company combat setting.Infantry Division, drag a “casualty” to safety in order to perform first aid Jan. 12 as part A, 1st STB, 1st BCT, 4th Inf. Div. See Raiders on Page 7of a field training exercise at the end of 1st BCT’s Raider First Responder course. “One of the most important things NOW IS THE TIME TO CAPITALIZE ON YOUR CAREER. 4331 Centennial Blvd. 1813 North Circle Drive Garden of the Gods & Centennial Circle & Constitution CLASSES FORMING NOW, ENROLL TODAY! 635-2020 632-2020 Master of Arts in At Colorado Christian University, 4319 Integrity Center Point 1130 Lake Plaza Drive Curriculum and Instruction you will: NW Corner of Powers & Barnes Lake Ave & Lake Plaza (next to Culvers) 634-2020 578-2020 , other WWW.ABBAEYECARE.COM Master of Business Administration Tuition discounts available for Active Duty, Reserve, National Exams as young as 6 months of age Guard, and their spouses. Voted #1 Eye Care in Colorado Springs The Independent & The Gazette Ft. Carson 576-5151 Air Force Academy 472-0524 Peterson AFB 574-5252
7. Jan. 20, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 7Miscellaneous @mail.mil. Use this number to obtain self-help building 1430, room 123, from noon to 1 p.m. tools and equipment or a motorized sweeper. Soldiers must be specialist to staff sergeantVII Corps Desert Storm Veterans’ Association • Base operations contracting officer from any military occupational specialty, have a 21st Reunion — is Feb. 25 at the Fort Myer, representative — Call Bruce Gronczniak at 526- general technical score of at least 107, be a U.S. Va., Officers’ Club. Contact Hoa McNabb at 9262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for citizen, score 240 or higher on the Army Physical 800-506-2672 or email VIICorpsDSVA@aol. questions on snow removal, grounds maintenance Fitness Test, and pass a Special Forces physical. com for more information. and contractor response to service orders. Call 524-1461 or visit the website at http://www.First Sergeants’ Barracks Program — new • Portable latrines — Call Jerald Just at bragg.army.mil/sorb. hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday- 524-0786 or email email@example.com to Friday. The FSBP Office, located in building request latrines, for service or to report damaged Hours of Operation 1140, modular 2, 1886 Ellis Street, assists Soldiers or overturned latrines. with room assignments and terminations. The Fort Carson Trial Defense Service office — DFAC hours — Fort Carson dining facilities operateWork Management Branch — The DPW Work is able to help Soldiers 24/7 and is located at under the following hours: Management Branch, responsible for processing building 1430, room 240. During duty hours, • Wolf — Friday-Thursday, 7-9 a.m. work orders — Facilities Engineering Work Soldiers should call 526-4563. The 24-hour (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), 5-6:30 Requests, DA Form 4283 — recently changed its phone number for after hours, holidays and p.m. (dinner). hours of operation. The Work Management Branch, weekends is 719-358-3275. Questions can also • Stack — Friday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 located in building 305, will be open for processing be submitted by email to FtCarsonTDS@gmail. a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), 5-6:30 p.m. (dinner). work orders and other in-person support from com. Know your rights. Closed Saturday and Sunday. Monday-Thursday, 7-11:30 a.m. Monday-Friday. Afternoon customer 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. support is by appointment only, call 526-2900. Briefings (lunch), 5-6:30 p.m. (dinner).Veterans Affairs claims and benefits — Veterans can • Warfighter (Wilderness Road Complex) get assistance through the Veterans Services Group, Casualty Notification/Assistance Officer train- — Friday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 Wednesday from noon to 3 p.m. for walk-ins and ing — is held Feb. 21-23 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (lunch), no dinner. Closed Saturday and 3:30-4:30 p.m. for appointments. The VSG is p.m. in the Family Readiness Center, building Sunday. Monday-Thursday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), located at The Retired Enlisted Association Chapter 6237, room 104. This training is required for all 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner. 1 at 834 Emory Circle in Colorado Springs. For Soldiers asked to perform this solemn duty. Per • 10th SFG(A) LaRochelle — Friday, 7-9 more information call 719-337-0086. Army Regulation 600-8-1, this duty is limited to a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), noAudie Murphy Club — The Fort Carson Sergeant those in the ranks of sergeant first class to command dinner. Closed Saturday and Sunday. Monday- Audie Murphy Club meets the third Tuesday of each sergeant major, chief warrant officer 2-5 and Thursday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 month at the Family Connection Center from 11:30 captain and above. No reservations are required p.m. (lunch), no dinner. a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The SAMC is open to all active to attend training. Classes offered on a first-come, Central Issue Facility regular business hours — are members and those interested in becoming future first-served basis. Call Jean Graves at 526- listed below. Call 526-3321 to make appointments. SAMC members. The club was originally a U.S. 5613/5614 for more information. • In-processing — Monday-Thursday from Forces Command organization of elite noncommis- Disposition Services — Defense Logistics Agency 7:30-10:30 a.m. sioned officers but is now an Armywide program Disposition Services Colorado Springs, located in • Initial issues — Monday-Thursday from for individuals who have met the criteria and have building 381, conducts orientations Fridays from 12:30-3 p.m. proven themselves to be outstanding NCOs through 12:30-3:30 p.m. The orientations discuss DLA • Partial issues — Monday-Thursday from a board/leadership process. Contact the SAMC processes to include turning in excess property, 12:30-3 p.m. president, Staff Sgt. Thomas Witt, at 526-5661 for reutilizing government property, web-based tools • Cash sales/report of survey — Monday- more information. available, special handling of property and environ- Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.Recycle incentive program — The Directorate of mental needs. To schedule an orientation, contact • Direct exchange — Monday-Thursday Public Works has an incentive program to prevent Arnaldo Borrerorivera at arnaldo. borrerorivera@ from 12:30-3 p.m. recyclable waste from going to the landfill. dla.mil for receiving/turn in; Mike Welsh at • Partial turn ins — Monday-Thursday Participating battalions can earn monetary rewards mike.welsh @dla.mil for reutilization/web tools; or from 12:30-3 p.m. for turning recyclable materials in to the Fort Carson Rufus Guillory at firstname.lastname@example.org. • Full turn ins — Monday-Thursday from Recycle Center, building 155. Points are assigned Retirement briefings — are held from 8 a.m. to 7:30-10:30 a.m. for the pounds of recyclable goods turned in and noon the second and third Wednesday of each • Unit issues and turn ins — Call 526- every participating battalion receives money month at the Joel Hefley Community Center 5512/6477 for approval. quarterly; the top two battalions receive an additional conference room, 6800 Prussman Ave. The Education Center hours of operation — The bonus amount. Call 526-5898 for more information Retirement Services Off ice recommends Mountain Post Training and Education Center, about the program. spouses accompany Soldiers to the briefing. building 1117, 526-2124, hours are as follows:Directorate of Public Works services — DPW is Call 526-2840 for more information. • Counselor Support Center — Monday- responsible for a wide variety of services on Fort Reassignment briefings — are held Tuesdays Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Fridays 11 Carson. Services range from repair and maintenance for Soldiers heading overseas and Thursdays for a.m. to 4:30 p.m. of facilities to equipping units with a sweeper and personnel being reassigned stateside. The briefings • Army Learning Center — Monday- cleaning motor pools. Listed below are phone are held in building 1129, Freedom Performing Arts Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. numbers and points of contact for services: Center; sign-in is at 7 a.m. and briefings start at • Defense Activity for Nontraditional • Facility repair/service orders — Fort 7:30 a.m. Soldiers are required to bring Education Support and Army Personnel Testing — Carson Support Services service order desk can be Department of the Army Form 5118, signed by Monday-Friday 7:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-4:30 p.m. reached at 526-5345. Use this number for emergen- their unit personnel section, and a pen to complete Medical Activity Correspondence Department cies or routine tasks and for reporting wind damage, forms. Call 526-4730/4583 for more information. office hours — The Correspondence (Release of damaged traffic signs or other facility damage. Army ROTC Green to Gold briefings — are held Information) Office in the Patient Administration • Refuse/trash and recycling — Call Eric the first and third Tuesday of each month at Division hours are Monday-Wednesday and Friday Bailey at 719-491-0218 or email eric.e.bailey4. noon at the education center, building 1117, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and closed Thursday and email@example.com when needing trash containers, trash room 120. Call University of Colorado- federal holidays. Call 526-7322 or 526-7284 for is overflowing or emergency service is required. Colorado Springs Army ROTC at 262-3475 for more information. • Facility custodial services — Call Bryan more information. Dorcey at 526-6670 or email bryan.s.dorcey.civ@ ETS briefings — for enlisted personnel are held the mail.mil for service needs or to report complaints. first and third Wednesday of each month. Briefing BOSS meetings • Elevator maintenance — Call Bryan sign in begins at 7 a.m. at the Soldier Readiness are held at 10 a.m. Dorcey at 526-6670 or email bryan.s.dorcey.civ Building, building 1042, room 244, on a first-come, the first and third @mail.mil. first-served basis. Soldiers must be within 120 Wednesday of each • Motor pool sludge removal/disposal — days of their expiration term of service, but must Call Dennis Frost at 526-6997 or email attend the briefing no later than 30 days prior month at the Foxhole. firstname.lastname@example.org. to their ETS or start of transition leave. Call For information, call • Repair and utility/self-help — Call Gary 526-2240/8458 for details. 524-BOSS. Grant at 526-5844 or email gerald.l.grant2.civ Special Forces briefings — are held Wednesdays inRaiders After applying tourniquets, Raider Soldiers then called up treatment skills to use as needed,from Page 6 Soldiers manually carried the “casualty” the U.S. Army’s process for a medevac, said Renner. to safety to provide tactical field the nine-line medical evacuation, “This course taught us how to save “Soldiers got into groups of three care, reassess tourniquets and check and continued to check the casualty lives and take care of our battle buddyto five Soldiers during the FTX, and the casualty using the H-ABC using the H-ABC method until if they’re injured in combat,” saidhad to complete three stages,” Fay method, in which Soldiers checked transportation arrived. Renner. “If we see someone get hurt,said. “Soldiers would have to provide for hemorrhaging, obstructions in With the class and field training we could potentially save (his) life bycare under fire and apply hasty the airway, the casualty’s breathing exercise complete, Raider Soldiers using the knowledge and skills we havetourniquets.” and circulation. will be able to develop basic medical gained from this class.”
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10. 10 MOUNTAINEER — Jan. 20, 2012Soldiers ensure safe equipment transition Story and photo by Pfc. Andrew Ingram Few people likely gave any thought to the to get things accomplished,” he said, “but we had a 4th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office thousands of pieces of equipment floating across lot of really good professionals from other units the Atlantic on barges and flying over it by aircraft. and in the civilian field that really helped us make When the Soldiers of Division Special Troops They most likely didn’t consider the grueling hours it a smooth transition.”Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, returned to Fort took to coordinate the secure transport of those items While Hoedebeck and his Soldiers worked toCarson after a deployment to Iraq in support of back to the U.S. or the daunting task that faced the prepare for their final departure, the maintenanceOperation New Dawn, their Families and friends DSTB’s maintenance Soldiers responsible for Soldiers on DSTB Rear Detachment worked towelcomed them home with thunderous applause. unpacking and servicing the majority of the equipment ensure the deployed maintenance Soldiers had a once it finally returned home. place to work once they returned home. “We had over 60 (freight) After the DSTB deployed, Fort Carson leadership containers and additional made a decision to relocate the unit’s motor equipment shipped back here pool, where maintenance Soldiers serviced the to Fort Carson,” said Sgt. 1st unit’s vehicles. Class Jerry Hoedebeck, This created a challenge for the rear detachment, noncommissioned-officer-in- because the few maintenance Soldiers still at Fort charge of the maintenance Carson were primarily new Soldiers who arrived section, Headquarters Support after the unit deployed, said Staff Sgt. Carlos Company, DSTB. “Back in Sanchez, one of the maintenance section’s motor Iraq, we had to organize the sergeants, who redeployed from Iraq early to assist shipment of those assets from with the transition. Iraq back to the States by boat “By the time I got back, we had already moved through Jordan or, if it was most of our equipment over to our new facilities but I mission-essential equipment, was able to help organize and ensure that all our by air from Kuwait.” equipment was maintained, to regain accountability As an acting unit move- of everything that we brought over to the new motor ment off icer, Hoedebeck pool,” Sanchez said. coordinated with military When the DSTB’s equipment began to arrive at units and civilian contractors Fort Carson, Sanchez and his Soldiers assisted in the to ensure the speedy, safe offloading of the battalion’s equipment, supervising and eff icient transfer of the civilian contractors responsible for transporting equipment from the the shipping containers to the motor pool. bat talion’s headquarters at “Our primary mission, when the equipment Contingency Operating arrived, was to facilitate the civilian truckers and Base Speicher, Iraq, to its operators who were downloading our containers,” he home at Fort Carson. said. “For about two weeks straight, we had a crane andSgt. Marlin Melendez-Laboy, a wheeled vehicle mechanic assigned to Headquarters “When we got down to wench out here 24 hours a day to ensure that we got theSupport Company, Division Special Troops Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, performs the end of it, there was a lot of See Reset on Page 11maintenance on a Humvee recently returned from Iraq at the DSTB motor pool Jan. 10. work, a lot of long days trying FLEXIBILITY This is PPCC. We’re a top 50 school for military and veterans.
11. Jan. 20, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 11Fair know. It’s a great way for them to … get Reset ready for the next one,” he said. “Wefrom Page 5 all of the information they’re going to from Page 10 need to be ready for anything, and need, or at least the vast majority of it, they are very eager to learn.” Spouses attending the deployment prior to deployment, so they can get mission done as quickly as possible.” Training the newer Soldiers hasfair had the opportunity to network with everything set in order before they go.” Now that all of the DSTB’s become a top priority for moreeach other, sharing experiences while Spc. Beau Remaly, an unmanned personnel and equipment have experienced mechanics that maymaking new acquaintances at the aircraft systems repair specialist returned to Fort Carson, the challenge have one or more deployments underdeployment fair, said Field. assigned to Company B, 4th BSTB, said is getting business back to normal as their belts, said Spc. Christopher Sgt. Derek Koch, a squad leader he found the deployment fair valuable. soon as possible for the maintenance Robbins, a wheeled vehicle mechanicassigned to Headquarters and “I think the deployment fair was great Soldiers, Sanchez said. assigned to Headquarters SupportHeadquarters Battery, 2nd Battalion, because without it you feel like you’re “The biggest thing we need to do Company, DSTB.77th Field Artillery Regiment, slated for missing something,” he said. “This gives right now is to maintain accountability “We want to get these guys to ahis second deployment to Afghanistan, you a sense … that you have everything for all of the equipment we just got place where we can trust them to dosaid the fair provided good opportuni- taken care of by the time you’re done here. back,” he said. “We want to ensure the work without looking over theirties for Soldiers. Then you have that confidence knowing that everything on our books is exactly shoulders,” Robbins said. “A lot of “Most of my Soldiers are … new,” (there are) no loose ends left behind.” what we have, so we can report us are probably going to shift to ahe said. “Most of them have only been In addition to all of the information accurately to our higher commands.” different unit or leave the Armyin the Army for a couple of months, provided during the fair, the U.S. Military Sanchez said his other primary before the unit deploys again, so wereally, so something like this is a great Cycling Team donated certificates mission is to begin training and men- need these guys to become competentchance for their Families to kind of get for 30 free children’s bicycles, which toring his new maintenance Soldiers. and dependable so they can takecaught up on what some of the more were raffled to 4th BCT Soldiers “Even though we just got back care of this battalion next time wesenior personnel’s Families already attending the fair. from one mission, we have to get get sent downrange.” U.S. SURPLUS WE SELL: AIR SOFT FOOD INSURANCE MOUNTAIN HOUSE HEADQUARTERS FREEZE DRIED at your Fun Store 2475 S. Academy 574-8993 HOURS: MON-FRI, 9:00AM-5:30PM, SAT 10AM-5PM
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13. Jan. 20, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 13Community remembers legend by Kerstin Lopez Mountaineer staff Dr. King would be proud,” Vila said. “At the same time, we are not yet at the point that Dr. King devoted his life to help our society reach.” Nearly 44 years after the assassination of Vila said individuals and communities mustDr. Martin Luther King Jr., communities across work together to affirm the commitment to King’sthe country continue to honor the memory and work dream of justice and equality for all people.of the nationally-known leader. “I would like to inspire all of us here to More than 150 Mountain Post community continue the work started by the man we are Photmembers joined in a celebration of the life and honoring in this celebration,” Vila said. o co urte sy Uchanges influenced by King during an observance nited “It is up to each of us, in our own small ways, Pres s IntJan. 12 at the Elkhorn Conference Center. to step in where we see the undercurrents of erna tiona l, Inc King is considered the formative figure in racism, where we see divisiveness and rancor. Set .the modern fight for civil rights, and his legacy an example and act in a way that would make Dr.looms large in the work of all those who followhim in his cause, said Sgt. Amber Hargrove, Martin Luther King proud. Change can happen and change begins with each of us.” Dr. Martinequal opportunity leader,3rd Brigade Combat Team,4th Infantry Division. Luther King Jr. “Half a century ago, Jan. 15, 1929-April 4, 1968America was moved bya young preacher who called a • At the age of 35, he wasgeneration to action and forever the youngest man tochanged the course of history.He devoted his life to the have received the Nobelstruggle for justice and Peace Prize.equality, sowing seeds ofhope for a day when all • Arrested more than 20people might claim ‘the riches times and assaulted atof freedom and the securityof justice,’” Hargrove said. least four times during “Today we recognize one the civil rights movement.of America’s greatest visionaryleaders, and we celebrate the • Awarded several honorarylife and legacy of Dr. King,” degrees.Hargrove said. “Dr. Kingguided us toward a mountaintop • Named Man of the Year byon which all Americans,regardless of skin color, could Time magazine in 1963.live together in mutual respect • Became not only the symbolicand brotherhood. His boldleadership and prophetic leader of American blacks,eloquence united people of all but also a world figure.backgrounds in a noble quest forfreedom and basic civil rights.” • Assassinated April 4, 1968, The observance keynote while standing on the balconyspeaker, Adis Vila, chiefdiversity officer, U.S. Air Force of his motel room in Memphis,Academy, said King was one Tenn., where he was to lead aof her heroes growing up as protest march in sympathy witha young Cuban immigrantand as a student of diversity striking garbage workers.and inclusion, he is one of Source: Information provided bythe people she emulated. 4th Infantry Division and Fort “As a people and as a Photo by Kerstin Lopez Carson Equal Opportunity Office.nation, we have come a long The information wall decorated with an array of photos and facts about Dr. Martinway since the civil rights Luther King Jr. attracted Fort Carson community members that attended themovement of the early 60s — observance Jan. 12 at the Elkhorn Conference Center. Photo by Kerstin LopezMore than 150 Mountain Post community members gathered to celebrate and honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during an observance Jan. 12 at the Elkhorn Conference Center.
14. 14 MOUNTAINEER — Jan. 20, 2012Claims against the Estate the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command are offering a $15,000 reward to anyone withMaster Sgt. Rodney McClintock — With deepest information leading to the apprehension and regret to the Family of the deceased. Anyone conviction of the person(s) who may have been having claims against or indebtedness to his responsible for the death of Joseph E. Barker at estate should contact Maj. Luis Fregoso at Fort Carson. Barker’s remains were discovered 719-503-0711. floating in a basin of the Waste Water TreatmentSpc. Christopher Mendonca — With deepest Facility Feb. 21, 2006. Barker, a former Soldier, regret to the Family of the deceased. Anyone was last seen Feb. 8, 2006, on Fort Carson. having claims against or indebtedness to his Barker was reported missing Feb. 14, 2006. estate should contact 2nd Lt. Jason Klemp at Persons with any information regarding this case 608-279-8126. should contact Special Agent Vitatoe at 526-3579Pvt. Jordon Dubois — With deepest regret to the or call the Fort Carson Military Police at Family of the deceased. Anyone having claims 526-6199. Persons can also email CID Crime against or indebtedness to his estate should contact Tips at the CID Headquarters in Virginia at 2nd Lt. Christian Rosse at 505-577-2708. usarmy.belvoir. email@example.com. Persons wishing to remain anonymous will beUpcoming events honored and information will be held in the strictest confidence allowable under the law.Date night — Soldiers and their significant others Army Substance Abuse Program moved — to can enjoy a date night at James R. Wolf Dining building 1351 on Pershing Drive. Call 526-8529 Facility Friday from 5-6:30 p.m. Menu includes for more information. steak, sautéed mushrooms and onions, baked 2-1-1 data expands to two counties — The Pikes potatoes and corn on the cob. Cost is $4.55. Peak Area Council of Governments has partneredOutdoor weekend — The National Park Service, in with Pikes Peak United Way to include 2-1-1 data conjunction with Sierra Club, hosts an outdoor for El Paso and Teller counties in the Network weekend for military spouses April 13-15. The of Care for servicemembers, veterans and their purpose of the weekend excursion is to develop Families. The service directory component of the a plan to get military families outdoors. All Network of Care now includes more than 1,500 expenses paid and transportation is provided. local resources to assist the military community, Interested participants should visit http://www. service providers and others. Visit http:// sierraclub.org/outings/training/forms/listening- pikespeak.networkofcare.org for more information. session-application.asp. New stop sign locations — The intersection of Coleman and Grove streets has been changedGeneral announcements from a two-way stop to a four-way stop. The additional stop signs are required to addressSpouses Club Scholarship — The Mountain Post recent changes in traffic conditions in that area. Spouses Club offers merit-based academic Questions regarding this issue may be directed scholarships to students seeking graduate, to Directorate of Public Works Traffic Planning bachelor, associate or similar degrees from and Operations at 526-9267. every Monday. Attendance is free and anyone can accredited colleges, universities or vocational Share-a-Ride — is a free online car pool attend these open, anonymous meetings. Contact technical schools. Awards may be applied toward coordination to and from post, as well as van Edith L. at 719-291-0628 for more information. any academic-related expenses that may be paid pool options, typically for those commuting Seeking speakers — The Fort Carson Public directly to the institution. Applicants must submit 30 or more miles to post. Riders are matched Affairs Office is seeking Soldiers, Family materials by March 1. Scholarships must be used based on their origination and destination points, members and civilians from Fort Carson to speak by Dec. 31. Contact Sharon Blanchard or Beth as well as days and times of travel. Users specify about their work, training and varied experiences LaClair at firstname.lastname@example.org or whether they are offering a ride, need a ride or if to public organizations throughout the Pikes call 719-284-0301 for more information. they are interested in sharing driving duties. When Peak region. Speakers must be well-qualifiedBalfour Beatty Scholarship — Balfour Beatty a “match” is found, users are notified immediately professionals who know how to capture and Communities offers academic scholarships for of rider options, allowing them to contact and maintain an audience’s attention for 20-30 the 2012-2013 academic year to high school and coordinate ridesharing within minutes. Access the minutes. Speakers should be comfortable undergraduate students of military members ride-share portal by visiting http://www.carson. speaking to businesses, professional organizations, residing in post housing. Application deadline is army.mil/paio/sustainability.html. community leaders, civic groups and schools. April 15. Details and requirements may be found “Give a Buddy a Ride” — is a voluntary program Contact Samantha Koss at 526-5996 or at http://www.bbcommunitiesfoundation.org. for on-post ridesharing. Soldiers, civilians or email@example.com.Pregnancy and Parenting Portal — A new portal Family members who need a ride wait at one Nutrition counseling and classes — The Evans from TriWest Healthcare Alliance connects of the designated “Give a Buddy a Ride” signs. Army Community Hospital Nutrition Care military families to helpful information for various Drivers willing and able to offer a ride to Division offers nutrition counseling on a healthy stages of pregnancy, as well as for adoption. someone standing at the sign can make on-the- diet, weight loss or gain, high cholesterol, Different from other pregnancy sites, the TriWest spot arrangements to drive the person to their hypertension, diabetes, sports nutrition and other portal offers information on TRICARE coverage desired destination. Participants are asked to nutrition-related diseases or illnesses. Nutrition and locating a nearby military clinic. Access be prudent and mindful of using the sites in a classes include heart-healthy/lipid, weight loss, the site at http://www.triwest.com/pregnancy. manner that does not impede traffic flow. pregnancy nutrition, commissary tour/healthyHighway improvements — The Colorado Hospital initiates no-show policy — A shopping and sports nutrition. To schedule an Department of Transportation broke ground on “Commander’s Appointment Policy” affects all appointment, call the TRICARE appointment the second of three phases of safety and capacity TRICARE beneficiaries who receive health care line at 719-457-2273. To register for a class, improvements along State Highway 115 between services on Fort Carson and at the Premier Army call the Nutrition Care Division at 526-7290. Gates 1 and 6. The current phase will provide four Health Clinic. Multiple no-shows could result in Legal Assistance Office — services are open to through traffic lanes from the edge of the recently the stopping of medical services; Soldiers requiring Soldiers, Family members and retirees. Services completed improvements near Gate 5 to the Rock unit escorts to future appointments; patients include preparation of wills, powers of attorney, Creek bridge, located just south of Gate 6. It will may have to sign a statement acknowledging name changes and stepchild adoptions. The also provide major safety improvements at the they understand the ramifications of multiple office also offers counseling and provides advice intersection of State Highway 115 and Wilderness no-shows; a letter may be sent to the Soldier’s for individuals dealing with landlord/tenant, Road, just outside of Gate 6. The project has a unit when he or his Family member has multiple military administrative, tax, family law and fixed completion date of Dec. 30. Contact Rick no-shows or cancellations; retirees with multiple consumer issues, as well as counsel and Orphan at 526-9267 for more information. missed appointments, “left without being seen,” representation of Soldiers going throughExpress bus sign-up — Interest is being assessed or cancellations may have their locations of care medical and physical evaluation boards. The for commuter express bus service to Fort Carson changed. To cancel appointments during office is open from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and from Fountain, Powers and Academy boulevards weekdays, beneficiaries can call the TRICARE 12:30-4 p.m., Monday-Friday. Schedule and Interstate 25 corridors. Sign up now to appointment line 719-457-2273 or 866-422-7391 appointments by calling the last duty day of indicate interest. The projected start date for the weekdays from 6 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Appointments the week, at 9 a.m. Sign-ups for walk-in service is April. Fort Carson individuals are made through TRICARE online can be canceled appointments are available Monday and needed to help demonstrate sufficient potential at http://www.tricareonline.com. Thursday beginning at 11:30 a.m. The Legal demand for express commuter bus service, Assistance Office offers a divorce and separation dedicated to serving Fort Carson commuters Ongoing events video briefing followed by a general question- with fast and convenient service. For Soldiers and-answer session Monday and Wednesday at and civilians, this service can be free. Go to Al-Anon meetings — Al-Anon is a 12-step 9:30 a.m. and Thursday at 2 p.m. Attorneys http://tinyurl.com/RideExpress or call 526-6497 program for families and friends of alcoholics cannot represent clients in divorce proceedings in for more information and to sign up. (admitted or not). Meetings take place in the court, however, a referral list of private attorneysCID seeks information — Special Agents from conference room of The Colorado Inn at 6 p.m. is available. Call 526-5572/5573 for information.
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It didn’t help me connect with residents who questions posed by those residents, questions that we troubled. Trustwere not lucid and who were in the last stages ofAlzheimer’s disease or other dementia; didn’t stop all wrestle with from time to time. However, there in God; trustthe screams I heard from residents who were insome kind of physical or psychic pain; and it never were a couple of things that I took with me from that also in me.”helped me answer the hard question of life to those experience and share it with — John 14:1residents who had been faithful to God all of their you as we embark on a newlives and yet their bodies were old, deformed, year — with many questions,feeling quarantined from family, deserted by apprehensions, anxieties, fears, anger and a host offriends who had passed away and never had a other impressions that could sweep through our souls. it or not. God loves us infinitely; God is all-powerful;“warm fuzzy” from God as to why they were in the Don’t let your heart be troubled. You might say, and God’s wisdom is unbounded. We can trust Godplace they were in or feeling the way they did. “Too bad Chaplain, it already is.” I get that. The with our lives — past, present and future. I remember going home each night feeling like a Greek text, from which our Scripture passage was Be ready to come alongside of others as Goddark cloud was looming overhead and it was stirring taken, literally reads, “Stop allowing your heart to has come alongside you. The apostle Paul talkedup some kind of pain within my own soul. One night, be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in me.” about some of his troubles and sufferings and howabout midnight, I crawled onto the floor of my In other words, there are a number of things that you the Lord comforted him in 2 Corinthians 1:4 —bedroom, in a fetal position, and just cried, hurt and and I don’t have within our power. However, the one “The Message.” Furthermore, he encouraged acould not rationally explain what was happening. thing we can control is how we feel and giving other congregation to comfort others with the comfort they After a few days went by, I called the chaplain things power over us to the degree that it drains the have received themselves — “He comes alongsidesupervisor over to the facility where I was serving. joy of the Lord from our souls is not good for us, us when we go through hard times, and before youWe went to a local fast food restaurant for a cup nor does it glorify God. Jesus said in Matthew 6:27, know it, he brings us alongside someone else whoof coffee. Over the course of our conversation, I “Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to is going through hard times so that we can be therepoured out my heart to him. I don’t recall a whole his life?” He also said that these are things that for that person just as God was there for us.”lot of what he said, but I remember two things he unbelievers are engulfed in — those who believe We may not understand the experiences that wedid for me. First, he did a great deal of listening to in God can put their trust in him. have, but God can use those to connect, bond, supportme — attentively listened and suspended judgment. Trust in God. There are many things that I believe and comfort others who are having a hard timeThat is to say, it wasn’t so much about what he in and there are a number of things that I have like we did if we are willing to be open, vulnerablethought about what was going on with me that believed in that were not trustworthy. As an eyewitness and expend the energy it takes so that we can bemattered as much as it was about me being heard. of his grace, I can say that God is trustworthy. Time used of the Lord to help other people. This is Second, after he listened, and only after I asked erodes the monuments to ourselves, as well as our ministry at its best — God’s people doing his work.for any impressions that he may have or guidance achievements; economies come and go; and people So, I implore you to stop troubling yourselfhe might have for me, he offered the John 14:1 to me: disappoint and are fallible. However, I implore you and consider putting your trust in God. I don’t“Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in to consider that God is not a man that he should lie know why I experienced what I did 13 years agoGod, believe also in me.” I asked him why he shared (Numbers 23:19) or someone who is double-minded as a chaplain at a nursing home in Georgia. Thenit. He said that he didn’t know, but he felt impressed and changes his mind as the wind changes directions. again, maybe God wants to use that experience inby the Lord to share that with me — maybe I needed God is sovereign over our affairs whether we know my life to share with you for your comfort.Chapel briefs Chapel ScheduleFacebook: Search “Fort Carson Chaplains ROMAN CATHOLIC (Religious Support Office)” for the latest chapel Day Time Service Chapel Location Contact Person events and schedules. Saturday 5 p.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 Sunday 8:15-8:45 a.m. Reconciliation Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769Military Council of Catholic Women meets Friday Sunday 9:15 a.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Sunday 10:30 a.m. CRE Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Pat Treacy/524-2458 Chapel. For more information call 526-5769 or Sunday 10:30 a.m. RCIA Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Pat Treacy/524-2458 Sunday 11 a.m. Mass Healer Evans Army Hospital Fr. Nwatawali/526-7347 visit “Fort Carson Military Council of Catholic Mon-Fri 11:45 a.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 Women” on Facebook. Mon-Thurs noon Mass Healer Evans Army Hospital Fr. Nwatawali/526-7347Knights of Columbus, a Catholic group for men PROTESTANT 18 and older, meets the second and fourth Friday 4:30 p.m. Intercessory prayer, Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 Tuesday of the month at Soldiers’ Memorial Bible Study Sunday 9 a.m. Protestant Healer Evans Army Hospital Chap. Gee/526-7386 Chapel. Call 526-5769 for more information. Sunday 9 a.m. Liturgical Service Provider Barkeley & Ellis Chap. Landon/526-2803Protestant Women of the Chapel meets Tuesday 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 from 9:30 a.m. to noon at Soldiers’ Memorial Sunday 10:50 a.m. Protestant Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 Chapel. Free child care is available. Email Sunday 11 a.m. Protestant/Gospel Prussman Barkeley & Prussman Ursula Pittman/503-1104 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit PWOC Fort Carson Sunday 10 a.m. Chapel Next Veterans Magrath & Titus Chap. Palmer/526-3888 Sunday 2:30-4:30p.m. Youth ministry Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Heidi McAllister/526-5744 on Facebook for more information. Sunday 5 p.m. Protestant Fellowship Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Black/524-1822Catholic Religious Education registration is under Tuesday 9:30 a.m. PWOC Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 way for the religious education year, which runs through May 6 for children age 4 through high JEWISH school students. Email email@example.com For information and a schedule of Jewish Sabbath services, call the U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel at 333-2636. .mil to obtain a registration form. Classes are WICCA Sunday from 10:30-11:50 a.m. at Soldiers’ Sunday 2 p.m. Provider Chapel, Building 1350, Barkeley and Ellis firstname.lastname@example.org Memorial Chapel. Adult Bible study and classes 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 lodges for adults seeking to join the Catholic Church are traditional Lakota spiritual ceremonies for cleansing, purification and prayer, and are fully sanctioned and supported by the Fort Carson command chaplain. Michael are also held during religious education. Hackwith is the spiritual adviser. For information and directions call Hackwith or Wendy Chunn-Hackwith at 285-5240 or email@example.com.Spanish Bible Study meets at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel Tuesday at 6 p.m. Contact Staff Sgt. Jose Varga at 719-287-2016 for more information.Community Prayer Lunch is held the third Thursday of each month at 11:30 a.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel. Lunch is provided; bring side dishes, salads or desserts.
18. 18 MOUNTAINEER — Jan. 20, 2012TAPS honors Soldiers for mentoring Story and photo by meal in the Fallen Heroes Family Dustin Senger Center. Ahead of filling tacos and Mountaineer staff scooping salsa over tortilla chips, the Soldiers were formally recognized Fifty Soldiers were honored in for their altruistic and encouragingthe Fallen Heroes Family Center efforts last fall.Jan. 13 for taking an extra, Col. Robert F. McLaughlin,extraordinary step as Soldiers. garrison commander, explained his The Soldiers volunteered in appreciation for the large amount ofOctober to mentor children during Soldiers who volunteered as mentors.the 3rd Annual National Military At the seminar, McLaughlin discussedSuicide Survivor Seminar and Good the loss of a lifelong friend to suicide.Grief Camp, offered by the Tragedy “It’s ultimately Soldiers helpingAssistance Program for Survivors at Soldiers,” he said, “and in thisCheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado case, Soldiers helping the FamiliesSprings. Each child had lost a loved of the fallen.one, a servicemember, to suicide. “People who’ve been doing this While hundreds of people from for years were just blown away,” saidacross the nation spent three days McLaughlin, about survivor outreachsharing hardships, searching for answers services coordinators. “The commentsand making connections, the Soldiers that I got for weeks afterwards, fromoffered children of all ages their support. TAPS leadership, were phenomenal. “It was a way to give back a They could not believe how muchlittle piece of what they were of a connection you made.”missing … the military environment, Pat Randle, Army Communitymilitary culture,” said Sgt. 1st Class Service director at Fort Carson,Jeff Lawson, Headquarters and read a message from Kim Ruocco,Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion, TAPS director of suicide education22nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade and outreach tragedy assistance.Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division. Ruocco had sent the letter fromHe mentored a 13-year-old boy who Boston to the Soldiers.lost his father. “You are here today because you Lawson said the seminar and camp have sacrificed your precious free timepresented an opportunity to let children to make a difference in the life of aknow that people outside their child,” said Randle, reading Ruocco’sFamilies care about their hardships, letter. “We realize that you give an Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Lawson, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion,too. The Soldier firmly stated that enormous sacrifice every day as 22nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, is served a“getting involved more in your American Soldiers, but to take that homemade Mexican-style meal, Jan. 13, inside the Fallen Heroes Family Center.community makes it a better place.” extra step is truly extraordinary. Lawson is one of 50 Soldiers who volunteered as a peer mentor at the 3rd Annual To show their gratitude, TAPS “The children arrived in Colorado National Military Suicide Survivor Seminar and Good Grief Camp.members residing in Colorado Springs from all over the country. They wereserved a homemade Mexican-style children who had experienced the these Soldiers had on our children. It Sustainment Brigade, admitted that unthinkable; someone they loved was obvious that this group of men everyone was nervous at first, however had died by suicide. For most, it and women had a love of life and a strong connections quickly surfaced. “It was obvious that was their father. They arrived holding compassion for others that was truly Cremeans said the relationship he tight to their surviving parent, looking inspirational. nurtured with a 6-year-old boy this group of men fragile and unsure. “The parents were tearful as they remains strong today. He was planning and woman had a “The first thing I noticed was the laughter. I caught glimpses of realized what this mentor relationship meant to their child. Their child on cheering for the child at a wrestling tournament the following day. With love of life and Soldiers with children on their had reconnected to their military three children of his own, the Soldier shoulders, the child giggling and the Family that they thought they lost. and father felt obligated to support a compassion for Soldier smiling. I saw a mentor chasing They had found a hero that wanted the TAPS seminar and camp. others that was a child and the child screaming with excitement. I saw a mentor to listen and who really cares, somebody just for them.” “I felt like I needed to give something back,” said Cremeans. truly inspirational.” with a child on his lap looking at Sgt. Billy Cremeans, 32nd “I would want somebody to do the — Kim Ruocco pictures of her dad. Transportation Company, 68th Combat same thing for my kids if something “I realized how great an impact Sustainment Support Battalion, 43rd happened to me.” Having an Open House? Let our readers know! ONLY $30 For more information call 719-329-5236 or email m
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20. 20 MOUNTAINEER — Jan. 20, 2012 Jan. 20, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 21 Story and photos by Dustin Senger “The other rooms were so cramped,” said Heggedahl, Mountaineer staff a Fort Carson-certified EST instructor who had used the previous center nearly 30 times. “A lot of Soldiers are saying Fort Carson’s ability to ready Soldiers for contingency they like it here because they can stay inside the classroom.operations expanded and improved this month with the opening In the other one, they had to wait outside the classroom forof a new Training Support Center. their turn to come in and fire.” Each year, more than 75,000 Soldiers meet with Fort Customer assistance windows border a 60,000-square-footCarson training coordinators to refine their basic warrior skills, warehouse, where racks hold thousands of items for loan andsaid William January, branch chief of Training Aids, Devices, issue, such as rubber weapons, training munitions, medicalSimulators and Simulations. With more than four times the treatment manikins, laser marksmanship systems, as well asspace now available for the Training Support Center, he expects a 60-year-old former recreation center. They had wedged Moreover, inadequate resources and wasteful redundancies coordinators immediately started relocating. The new center regional- and battlefield-centric clothing and equipment.that number to grow. simulators in rooms that barely met minimum requirements. were stressing an already limited workforce. conforms to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Outside the facility, a dock allows the simultaneous loading of Costing almost $9 million, the new 80,000-square-foot Furthermore, inadequate infrastructure resulted in poor “The situation was unacceptable; a solution had to be found,” silver-level new construction project constraints, said January. four five-ton trucks, driven by Soldiers gearing up for more austereTraining Support Center is adjacent to the installation’s network connectivity and modular, ad hoc hardware setups. said January, who proposed a new construction project for a Inside the 20,000-square-foot administrative area — the size of events downrange, whereas the previous center had space for one.Digital Training Center, a short walk one-stop shop with adequate space and improved the previous center — the entry area opens to a spacious hallway, “Every Soldier who’s walked in here during the last fewfrom the Medical Simulation Training infrastructure. “Much thought and planning went into which leads to a training coordinator room, a stadium-style days has been amazed — they really are impressed by whatCenter, and a couple of hundred feet the design of this new (Training Support Center).” call-for-fire training area and two Engagement Skills Trainers. we’ve got, as opposed to what we used to have,” said Jasonfrom a planned Battle Command “The Army Training Support Center (at Fort Both EST rooms will eventually have lighted bleachers. Kenyon, instructor, while inventorying newly-arrived precisionTraining Center — a training campus Eustis, Va.) gave us the basic design … and we “This is a lot nicer — there’s more room,” said Staff Sgt. gunnery systems for Bradley Fighting Vehicles.is emerging at the Mountain Post. had options to tweak it based on our needs at Fort Nathaniel Heggedahl, 569th Mobility Augmentation Company, “We actually have empty shelves here. Everything is “This new Training Support Center Carson,” said Jeff Brown, training support officer. 4th Engineer Battalion, while preparing 10 EST lanes for laid out so it’s easy to find.”affords Fort Carson Soldiers a one-stop Significant changes involved adding conference modified M4 carbine rifles. The 569th MAC is preparing Brown said the days of overstock equipment crowdingfacility for drawing equipment, scheduling and break rooms, a maintenance shop, indoor areas for an upcoming deployment to Afghanistan. classrooms, causing obstacles for instructors, appear over.certifications, conducting certifications for vehicle egress trainers and an outdoor pad for The combat engineers routinely request an EST for initial The center is adequately equipped for its existing stock andand participating in training events placing trailer-based simulators. marksmanship training, ahead of live-fire events on post, said the arrival of the most up-to-date items, such as an upcomingthat enhance their readiness prior to “The facilities are catching up with the training Heggedahl, who believes the simulator’s reports help Soldiers Virtual Clearance Training Suite, a bomb-clearing simulator.deployments and sustain their training requirements,” said Brown, suggesting an increased improve their trigger squeeze, sight picture, breathing and “You can’t put 2012 equipment in a 1950s building,” saidlevels,” said January. focus by the Army to modernize its training facilities. positioning, without wasting ammunition. Brown, regarding the new Training Support Center at Fort “That had always been a goal of the “If you don’t have the right facility to put the The EST is a laser-based arms trainer for individual and Carson. “Now we can give you state-of-the-art training in aTraining Support Center, and it is now equipment in, the Soldiers can’t get enough out of it.” crew served weapons, including pistols, rifles, shotguns, machine state-of-the-art facility.”finally being realized,” he said. Construction started in June 2010. A year guns, antitank weaponry and grenade launchers. EST instructor While training coordinators have already started phasing About a dozen Army civilians who and a half later, the project manager handed over the classes are a part of the 14 scheduled certification courses each in customer support, a ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduledcoordinate training were struggling inside keys to the finished facility Dec. 12, and training month in the Training Support Center. Feb. 8 to signify the official grand opening. Sgt. 1st Class Robert Henry, Headquarters, 168th Regiment, Regional Training Institute, Warrior Leader Course, dumps a white powder into a training improvised explosive device Jan. 12, during a certification class at the Training Support Center. An instructor explained how to pack powder in IED training aids, which simulate explosions by detonating a dust cloud. Sgt. Steven Glass, 7th Squadron, 10th Calvary Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, fires a modified M4 carbine rifle in an Engagement Skills Trainer Jan. 9 at the Training Support Center. Inside the new 80,000-square-foot center, the entry area opens to a spacious hallway, which leads to a training coordinator room, a stadium-style call-for-fire training area and two Engagement Skills Trainers. Jason Kenyon stacks newly-arrived precision gunnery systems for Bradley Fighting Vehicles Jan. 9 at the Training Support Center. The new 80,000-square-foot facility includes a 60,000-square-foot warehouse, where racks hold thousands of items for loan and issue, such as rubber weapons, training munitions, medical treatment manikins, laser marksmanship systems, as well as regional- and battlefield-centric clothing and equipment.Layout by Jeanne Mazerall
23. 24 MOUNTAINEER — Jan. 20, 2012Lost animals cost big bucks Story and photo by Andrea Sutherland When an animal is brought to Land of Mountaineer staff Ahs, they have five days to be reclaimed by the owner, or they may be placed for adoption or, as To retrieve a lost pet, the In a concrete kennel, intake 003-12 meows a last resort, humanely disposed of, according to Land of Ahs kennel is open fromloudly, hissing when Merle Maser gets too close. Lt. Col. Mike Kropushek, director of Emergency 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday Intake 003-12, a male domestic long hair feline, Services at Fort Carson. and 7 a.m. to noon on Saturday.was found roaming Fort Carson Jan. 3. The staff Intake 003-12 found a home with a local The kennel is closed onfrom Land of Ahs has tried to find an adoption adoption agency four days later. Sunday and holidays.agency, but “cats are hard,” said Maser, owner “The Land of Ahs Kennel has contact withof Land of Ahs Kennel, located in Fountain. a large number of adoption agencies throughout Land of Ahs is located at the community,” said Christopher Zimmerman, 12599 Jordan Road in Fountain. chief conservation officer of the game wardens Visit http://fcar.biz or call at Fort Carson. The kennel places animals with 719-382-0188 for more information. 10 different local agencies and also has contacts with a number of statewide adoption agencies. Until recently, lost and abandoned animals were taken to the Humane Society of the Pikes Park. An adoption agency will foster the puppies Peak Region, but the organization recently severed until they are old enough to be adopted. ties with Fort Carson due to budget constraints. “Breeding operations in family housing are “The Humane Society, the building, was meant not permitted, but a one-time, accidental litter is to take in (approximately) 17,000 animals per year,” allowed,” Zimmerman said. The litter must be Zimmerman said. “I think they’re currently taking in removed by three months of age or registered at 22,000 per year, so significantly over the number the the Veterinary Clinic. facility has capacity for. … One of the easiest things “We had two dogs brought to us Jan. 1, but they to do to reduce almost 1,000 animals per year was were micro-chipped and returned to the owners,” to delete some of their larger external contracts.” Maser said. Fort Carson now contracts with Land of Ahs, According to Fort Carson Regulation 40-37, a private kennel. privately-owned animals living on Fort Carson must Every year, more than 900 animals are collected be registered at the Veterinary Treatment Facility by Fort Carson personnel. National statistics within 72 hours. Animals must also receive microchip show only a third are claimed by owners. implants within 30 days of arriving on post. Maser said his kennel is equipped to hold 150 Microchips help officials locate owners ofA 5-week-old puppy, one of nine abandoned in Ironhorse animals. Five days into the contract, which began lost pets, which Zimmerman believes make upPark Jan. 5, looks through the fence of its kennel at Land Jan. 1, 12 animals found on Fort Carson were the majority of animals found on Fort Carson.of Ahs in Fountain. Fort Carson contracts with Land of Ahs brought to the kennel, including nine 5-week-old See Strays on Page 26to care for lost, abandoned or stray animals found on post. puppies allegedly abandoned Jan. 5 in Ironhorse Military life is stressful enough. Going to the dentist doesn’t need to be. At Debbie Roubal DDS, PC we’ve lived the stressful lifestyle you’re living. Dr. Debbie Roubal General Dentist and Military Spouse Debbie Roubal DDS PC, where the military community always has a friend. Call (719) 636-1933 for a stress free dental appointment, or visit us online at www.springsteeth.com Take the first step in furthering your career in Information Technology through your GI Bill Education benefits. At LeaderQuest, you can count on an education that is: Advanced: Learn today’s most advanced technologies Accelerated: Earn your CompTIA, Microsoft, or Cisco certification in as little as 4 weeks Flexible: Transfer your IT certification into college credits should you choose to continue to earn your Associates or Bachelors degree LeaderQuest has been helping our Veterans unleash their careers in information The person pictured is not an actual service member Technology for over 10 years. Find out why LeaderQuest is the fastest growing IT training provider in the Rocky Mountain West. Offices in Colorado Springs, Denver Tech Center, and Broomfield Visit us at: www.LeaderQuest or Call 719-596-4545 Free Job Placement Services for all students.
24. Jan. 20, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 25 H Jan. 6, 1942 — War Department istory ighlights Estate planning, wills document last wishes Commentary by administered to your wishes and your family may be announces that a Capt. William Rothstein left wondering how to disperse your remaining assets. new cantonment will be built south of Colorado Legal Assistance Office Once you begin to understand your own personal Springs. The new camp assets and goals you might consider a will. is eventually named Military service is a dangerous profession, due A will is a legal mechanism to carry out your Camp Carson. to the nature of the profession and the continuous intentions once you have died, and it names your travel requirements that are a trademark of duty. executor to administer your estate. Within the Jan. 19, 1942 — Army engineers begin Although no one looks forward to their own will you may also provide for guardianship for construction on the first permanent building death, without an estate plan you become unable to any minor or disabled children alive at the time (now building 6043) on the new camp. take advantage of the legal processes that may assist of your death, determine what you in managing your assets. to do with your personal Jan. 20, 1943 — Camp Carson suffers One way to think of an estate plan is as a process belongings and give directions more than $1 million in damage when a violent windstorm hits the area. whereby you can take actions and make decisions as to funeral arrangements. regarding your wealth. If you die without a will your state Jan. 11, 1946 — Army Ground Forces The first step for servicemembers of residence will distribute your estate Commander Gen. Jacob Devers announces in developing a financial estate according to the state’s laws. This is called during his visit that Camp Carson will plan is to understand the items intestate, and does not consider any of the remain a key installation. that are part of their estate. decedent’s wishes. It is recommended that a Jan. 19, 1950 — Wildfire blasts Camp The key to accumulating Soldier with a spouse and/or children should have Carson killing eight and causing more than assets within an estate usually a will, especially if he has minor children and $3.5 million in damage. The blaze threatened hinges on one’s ability to invest owns a fair amount of assets. to wipe out the entire post. and build. Many different To properly bring about your intentions, the will Jan. 24, 1953 — Mule skinners from factors can impact the ability must follow formal legal requirements, which provide Camp Carson’s 4th Field Artillery Battalion to preserve your estate: poor evidence the will is authentic and made willingly. and 35th Quartermaster (Pack) Company planning, poor decision making and The will does not disperse those assets that stage mule races at Denver’s National ignorance may be a few. are transferred by some other method, such as Western Stock Show. The tools and methods available for planning through contract, joint ownership or by statute. Jan. 27, 1955 — To promote its your estate are varied and can be specific to your These nonprobate assets will transfer independent success, Fort Carson’s Army Dog own wishes. Planners often focus on securing their of the probate process. 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26. Jan. 20, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 27Intramuraltitle upfor grabs Story and photo by Walt Johnson Mountaineer staff The 2012 Fort Carson intramural basketball season is onlyin its second week but there are already signs that this will be ayear to remember when it is over in late March. Anyone who has seen the intramural league play this year willbe impressed with the talent level and the overall play of most ofthe teams. For the past two years that wasn’t the case as Old School,the two-time defending champions, was the class of the league. So dominant was Old School that the intramural league herewas contested for one reason. It was not to determine who thechampions would be, that was going to be Old School, andeveryone knew it. The league was being played to see who wouldbe the team that had the honor of losing to Old School in thechampionship game. Old School was led by the terrific trio of Ed Jackson, KennethMcKinley and Antonio Green, but make no mistake about it,there was much more to this team than those three players. OldSchool was loaded with talented, smart and fundamentally soundplayers throughout its roster which made defeating them aslikely as a lunar eclipse. The reason Old School was able to put together the team itdid was because Jackson, McKinley and Green did not have aunit team to play with, so they were allowed to enter the players’pool. This year there is a team representing Old School, butJackson, McKinley and Green are playing with other teams, whichhas spread out the talent, providing a more competitive balance. In the past two years there was no question who the favoriteswere to win the intramural title. This year the question is whowill be the last two teams standing and who will succeed Old An intramural basketball player launches a jump shot during intramural basketball actionSchool as the post champions. Jan. 11 at Waller Physical Fitness Center.Mountaineer Sports Feature Trojans fall Fountain-Fort Carson’s Brooklyne Harbert, 34, and Samantha Tate defend Pine Creek High School’s Meagan Kramer during high school basketball action at Fountain-Fort Carson Jan. 13. The Lady Trojans lost to the Eagles 46-36 and fell to Palmer High School Tuesday. The Lady Trojans’ next three games will be on the road against the Liberty Lancers Tuesday at Liberty High School at 7 p.m.; Thursday at Aurora Central in Denver at 7 p.m.; and the Doherty Spartans Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. The Lady Trojans’ next home game is Jan. 31 when the Rampart Rams will be the opposition at 7 p.m. Photo by Walt Johnson
27. 28 MOUNTAINEER — Jan. 20, 2012On the BenchTrojan playerwins prestigiousfootball award by Walt Johnson Mountaineer staff Fountain-Fort Carson football player Kevin Davisrecently made history for himself and his school. Davis became the first Trojan to ever be selected as aParade All-American. Davis was among 53 high school seniorsselected for the Parade Magazine’s 49th annual All-AmericaHigh School Football Team, which was announced Sunday. Trojans head football coach Mitch Johnson also recentlyreceived a high honor. Johnson has been selected to become a member of theColorado Coaches Association Hall of Fame. He will behonored at the association’s banquet March 31. The Foxhole sports and entertainment lounge hosts aSuper Bowl party Feb. 5 beginning at 2 p.m. The lounge will show the game on a big screen and more Photo by Walt Johnsonthan 20 flat-screen TVs. The lounge will also offer snacksfor the evening in addition to having a full menu available for Capacity crowdspurchase. In addition to the game, there will be a numberof other activities to entertain Soldiers and their Families. Members of the Mountain Post community have been made the Zumba classes one of the more Doors open at 2 p.m. with games and prizes that will popular aerobic exercise classes offered at Waller Physical Fitness Center. Overflow crowds havelast throughout the day. Lounge officials said people should been reaping the benefits of the cardio workouts.come early and acquire the squares needed to win a 42-inchflat-screen TV There will also be gift cards available and .many more prizes. Call 526-5347 for more information. Thunder Alley Bowling Center hosts the GarrisonCommander’s Bowling Bonanza Friday from 3-5 p.m. The event will be a nine-pin no-tap tournament consistingof four-person teams. Prizes will be awarded in three flights,based on team scores, according to bowling alley officials.Cost for the bonanza is $12 per person which includesbowling, shoes and food. Call 526-4102 to sign up. Fort Carson hosts the 2012 USA Boxing NationalChampionships Feb. 27-March 3 at the SpecialEvents Center. This year’s tournament will be a critical piece ofthe qualification process for male athletes for the 2012Olympic Games in the seven nonqualified weight divisions,according to USA boxing officials. The event’s championswill advance to the second and final international Olympicqualifier in Brazil in May. Admission is free for the preliminaries, semifinal roundsand women’s non-Olympic and men’s qualified weightdivision finals. General admission tickets for championshipnight are $12.50 if purchased by Feb. 27 and for those witha valid U.S. Olympic Committee, National Governing Boardor Department of Defense identification card. Generaladmission tickets are $20, beginning Feb. 28. Tickets areavailable via Tempo Tickets at http://www.tempotickets.com/tempotickets/site/pages/event. The 28th Military Masters Tournament will be heldat Thunder Alley Bowling Center Feb. 11-12. The tournament is open to eligible military United StatesBowling Congress members. Qualifying rounds take place Feb. 11, featuring sixgames on 12 lanes at 9 a.m. and six games on 12 lanes at1 p.m., according to bowling officials. The top 16 bowlerswill then compete in match play Feb. 12 beginning at 9 a.m. The entry fee is $100; deadline is Feb. 11 at 8:30 a.m.Contact the bowling center staff at 526-5542 formore information. Fort Carson bowlers will once again have an opportunityto represent the Army in interservice competition. Bowlers can sign up for a chance to compete in the nextAll-Army Bowling Tournament. The winners of the tournamentwill represent the Army against the Air Force, Marines Photo by Walt Johnsonand Navy at the upcoming interservice championship. The Army will conduct its trial camp at Joint BaseSan Antonio, Texas, May 7-12. The team will be selected to Rebound battlecompete in the interservice competition at Joint Base San Intramural basketball players battle for a rebound Jan. 11 at Waller Physical Fitness Center.Antonio May 13-19. For more information or to apply, go Intramural action takes place Monday-Thursday from 6-9 p.m.to https://apps.imcom.army.mil/APPTRACMAIN.
29. 30 MOUNTAINEER — Jan. 20, 2012 The Artrageous Studio is popular with children and adults, as they craft pieces of art assembled from paper scraps, scissors, glue, markers and pieces of ribbon or string. Children visiting Buell Children’s Museum during the current exhibit can make their own book of fairy tales to take home. Story and photos by Sensations is a high-tech tales with ecology lessons. Nel Lampe walk-through experience with While exploring the fairy tales, Buell — Mountaineer staff lights and sound. There is a barn children learn how to nurture area designed to accommodate the planet, according to Nicki Buell Children’s Museum babies and toddlers on the upper Hart, Sangre de Cristo Arts is a good place to visit on a floor. There’s an elevator for Center marketing manager. cold winter day. There are easy access. The first chapter is “Red state’s plenty of interactive activities, The new exhibit in the Goes Green,” which will be exhibits, crafts and fun things Buell Children’s Museum is exhibited through February. to do while getting a respite called “Recycled Fairy Tales: Chapter Two, “Slaying the from the weather. a Very Grimm Exhibit,” inspired Garbage Dragon,” will be Child Magazine named by Grimms’ Fairy Tales. displayed March-April. “Beyond best Buell Children’s Museum as The Grimm brothers, Jacob the Glass Slipper” is set for the No. 2 children’s museum and Wilhelm, collected fairy tales May-June and “Jack and the in the U.S. for art and one of the told by the citizens of Germany, Locally Grown Beanstalk” top 25 children’s museums in publishing the first book in will be the final chapter in the nation. Children seem to 1812. Those fairy tales included the exhibit, which will be children’s enjoy the museum and learning “Cinderella,” “Snow White,” in the museum July-August. while playing. “Rapunzel” and “Hansel During their visit, children The 12,000 square-foot and Gretel,” still popular can make a fairy tale book to building, designed as a children’s 200 years after the Grimms’ take home, learn to cut paper museum, has statues of book was published. art, act out fairy tales or dress scampering children near the The exhibit will be unfolded up in Cinderella’s Closet. museum entrance, and a three-dimensional in four chapters, blending the “Kid’s Café,” located in the pastel “sculpture” above the door. The exhibits follow a theme based on art, literature, history, science or perhaps a holiday, and are geared for children ages 3-13. Southern Colorado artists are involved with the displays, creating Just the Facts innovative and clever exhibits. The themes and exhibits • TRAVEL TIME — 40 minutes change two or three times each year, providing new experiences • FOR AGES — everyone for children who visit regularly. • TYPE — children’s museum Activities are family-friendly, with parents and grandparents • FUN FACTOR — ★★★★★ sometimes eager participants. (Out of 5 stars) One of the most popular activities is the “Artrageous” • WALLET DAMAGE — $ Studio, a crafts area furnished with watercolors, scissors, $ = Less than $20 markers, paper scraps, glue, $$ = $21 to $40 string, ribbons and other items, $$$ = $41 to $60 being used by people of all ages. The museum also has the $$$$ = $61 to $80 El Pomar Magic Carpet Theater (BASED ON A FAMILY OF FOUR) that has a video or sometimes a live show in progress. Visitors to Buell Children’s Museum discover the zoetrope that makes moving pictures.
30. Jan. 20, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 31museum building, serves snacks or lunchitems. Run by Franco’s, items on themenu include appetizers, salads, sand-wiches and entrees, with a menu sectionfor children under 10. Franco’s is open 9a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday, and thenumber is 719-563-6216. There’s a small gift shop behindthe entrance desk selling souvenirs, pens,toys and T-shirts. Children’s birthday parties can bearranged at Buell Children’s Museum;call Joleen Ryan at 719-295-7206 tomake arrangements. Hours at the Buell Children’sMuseum are Tuesday-Saturday,11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The museum is closedholidays. Sangre de Cristo Arts Center’sWhite Galleries, next door, observethe same hours as the museum, and avisit to the White Galleries is included. Above: Jayson Admission is $4 for adults, with Gandolf relaxes asa $1 discount for military members. he puts a puzzleChildren are charged $3. A $1 discount together in the barncoupon can be printed from the website, area of the Buellhttp://www.sdc-arts.org. Children’s Museum, Children’s theater events are held in designed to appealthe arts center theater, as well as concerts, to children under 4.ballet and Broadway-type productions.Call the box office at 719-2957200. Children’s Playhouse Series includes“Sylvester and the Magic Pebble,”Feb. 4; “Up in the Air,” March 17;and “Cinderella” is April 14. Tickets are$6 each. All playhouse performances Left: Completingare at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. the fairy tale Future productions in the Arts Center theme, a tableTheater include “The Tango Project,” and stools made ofby the Veronika String Quartet, March red “mushrooms”4 at 5 p.m. Tony Melendez, who was are in the Buellborn without arms and plays the guitar Children’s Museum.with his feet, is in the theater May 10 at7:30 p.m. The Sangre de Cristo Balletperforms Carmen and Bolero April20-21. “Broadway Boys” is March 11,at 2 and 7 p.m. To reach Buell Children’sMuseum and the Sangre De CristoArts Center at 210 Santa Fe Ave., Below: The clothestake Interstate 25 south to Exit 98B belonging to theand go a few blocks west to Santa Fe Seven Dwarfs hangAvenue. There’s free parking in the on a clothesline inparking lot south of the arts center. the Snow WhiteAdditional parking is at meters exhibit. There arealong Santa Fe Avenue. hints to the dwarfs’ names. Places to see in the Pikes Peak area.
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Full size washer/ dryer included, 24-hr available on an equal opportunity basis. fitness center, swimming pool, gated community & more. Call 719-591-4600 COMMERCIAL FOR LEASE WAREHOUSE HOMES FOR RENT 317 - 634 sqft Avail BRIARGATE Great for small businesses or toy shop. Gated, security cameras, FOR RENT Hunger is closer than you think. Reach out Central location. 719-465-1096. 5bd 3.5ba home, D20 schools, quiet area $1700/mo 282.4246 to your local food bank for ways to do your part. Visit FeedingAmerica.org today. RESIDENTIAL FOR SALE CENTRAL 5016 Quarto Ln $950 GENERAL 2Bd 2.5Ba 2CG 1500 SqFt Townhome, No pets RE/MAX Properties 590-4735 House for sale by owner in Williamsburg CO. 1500 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 2 bath on 2 1/2 acres. Animal Subscribe Today! friendly. Inside remodeled with new 317 sqft Storage (719) 634-1048 appliances. 30 minutes from Ft. Carson. High ceilings, security cameras, Rec. Call 1-912-548-1787. mail, businesses ok. 719-465-1096.
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