Vol. 70 No. 5 Feb. 3, 2012 Word of the month: Communicate Pvts. Ryan McCulloch, left, and Julio Saunders, World Class Athlete Program, spar during a practice session at the WCAP taekwondo facility in Colorado Springs. Both Kicking Soldiers are trying to earn a spot in the 2016 for gold Olympics. See pages 20 and 21 for more on WCAP. Photo by Staff Sgt. Wayne BarnettConstruction begins on new training center By Andrea Sutherland signifying the start of construction of the Mission scenarios, which will “enable Soldiers to prepare Mountaineer staff Command Training Center. for all types of conflict.” “This facility gets to the heart of our mission: The MCTC, formerly known as the Battle Fort Carson leaders and representatives from the training Soldiers,” said Col. Robert F. McLaughlin, Command Training Center, will offer coursesU.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Native garrison commander. for individual, collective and leader training inAmerican Services Corp shoveled the first scoop of McLaughlin added that the MCTC woulddirt in a Jan. 27 ceremonial groundbreaking event, See Construction on Page 4 train Soldiers in both digital and practical training Message board INSIDE 201 Army 1 photo of the year — see Page 10. Page 15 Page 8 Page 29
2 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012 MOUNTAINEER WLC honors Ethos sets Soldiers apartCommanding General: Maj. Gen. Joseph AndersonGarrison Commander: Col. Robert F. McLaughlinFort Carson Public Affairs Officer: Commentary by Spc. Justin Kelly jungle-shrouded mountains Dee McNutt Warrior Leader Course graduate of South Vietnam. ThisChief, Print and Web Communications: hilltop was heavily manned Rick Emert Throughout the course of human history there have and had very limiting terrainEditor: Devin Fisher been many great nations and many great armies. features. The U.S. ArmyStaff writers: Andrea Sutherland The greatest of these have always been those whose took these obstacles on Dustin Senger ranks were filled with disciplined Soldiers who live by one-by-one, never quitting Kerstin Lopez a code of values, such as the members of the Roman in their vigorous assault up Staff Sgt. Wayne Barnett Legion, who believed in fighting as one cohesive unit. the hill. The battle was oneHappenings: Nel Lampe They believed strongly in honor and duty to the state. of close combat, with bothSports writer: Walt Johnson A great army such as that under Alexander the Great sides exchanging fire withinLayout/graphics: Jeanne Mazerall defeated armies three times their size. This was 20 meters of each other. accomplished through fighting as a team. His army had After 10 days, their beliefs This commercial enterprise newspaper is absolute faith in their ranks’ ability to watch one another’s in the Warrior Ethos “I willan authorized publication for members of the backs. However, never in the course of human history has never quit” had prevailed Spc. Justin B. KellyDepartment of Defense. Contents of the there been a group of Soldiers as dedicated, loyal and and the hill was taken. Warrior Ethos awardMountaineer are not necessarily the official competent as the members of the United States Army. In my opinion, the mostview of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government orthe Department of the Army. Printed circulation The U.S. Army has accomplished this through important Warrior Ethos is “I will never leave a fallenis 12,000 copies. excellent training and instilling the values inherent in comrade.” A great example of this took place in the battle The editorial content of the the Warrior Ethos deep into our minds. of Mogadishu Oct. 3, 1993. A Black Hawk helicopter wasMountaineer is the responsibility of the Public I will always place the mission first. This sets the shot down during the battle, leaving many Soldiers strandedAffairs Office, Fort Carson, CO 80913-5119, Army’s standard for laying aside personal prejudice, fears behind enemy lines. Two snipers requested to hold off theTel.: 526-4144. The e-mail address email@example.com. and problems. We learn this line; we live by this, to remind enemy forces until reinforcements could arrive. Master Sgt. 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Feb. 3, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 3Vice chief retires after 40 years By Master Sgt. Douglas Sample Army News Service In that role, Chiarelli would inform Gates on a quality that made him the perfect choice to be the full range of pressing security matters. He would also vice chief of staff of the Army.” advise the secretary on how his decisions would Panetta said the secretary knew that, “as long as WASHINGTON – The thunderous sound of the impact servicemembers on the battlefield. there were Soldiers in harm’s way, as long as there wasgun volley that echoed across Washington, Jan. 31, “If there is one thing that has been the hallmark a single Army Family in need, Pete would not rest. Andmarked the end to an acclaimed and storied military of Pete’s career, it is the depth of his concern for the for more than three years, Pete has not rested. Pete, youcareer for Gen. Peter W. Chiarelli. welfare of every Soldier,” Panetta said. “It’s that have earned a time of peace, a time for Family,” he said. Chiarelli served for the past Odierno thanked the Chiarellithree years as the Army’s vice chief Family for its support — includingof staff. At the end of his career, he both his children and wife, Bethwas applauded for his contributions Chiarelli, who stood by him duringto Soldiers, their Families, and the a 40-year military career andArmy institution. through 25 permanent change-of- The ceremony was hosted by station moves.Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Chiarelli spoke briefly aboutRaymond T. Odierno, and attended by his career from Fort Knox to hislawmakers, Department of Defense arrival here in Washington. Heofficials, and senior military officers. spoke passionately of Soldiers and Secretary of Defense Leon the contributions they have madePanetta used the Italian phrase to the country.“buon uomo,” meaning “good man,” “They are not just steely-eyedto describe Chiarelli, a man he killers,” Chiarelli said.includes among his friends. He said “Over the past decade they haveit is the strength and fortitude of made a tremendous difference inmen like Chiarelli that make the the lives of people living andArmy the greatest in the world. working in both theaters,” he said. Panetta said former Secretary of “I am incredibly and profoundlyDefense Robert Gates saw in Chiarelli proud of all they have accomplished.”a depth of knowledge, skill and Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III has beenpassion for Soldiers and their Families Photo by Rachel Larue chosen as Chiarelli’s replacement forthat led the former secretary to choose Col. David P. Anders, commander, 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) escorts Gen. Peter vice chief of staff. Austin becomesthe general to serve as his “right hand W. Chiarelli, 32nd Army vice chief of staff, to inspect the troops during Chiarelli’s retirement the first African-American to serveman” and senior military assistant. ceremony on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Va., Jan. 31. in that role. UP $ UP TO TO 5,000 00 INSTANT CREDIT! 5 000.00 INSTAN CREDI T! 5,000.00 I NSTANT CREDI T! 000 00.0 NS NST REDIT D GOOD CAR ALARM SALE! BET TER BETTER BEST $ $ 19 19 29 29 $ 39 39 $ $ $ 19 19 15 15 19 19 STORE HOURS: No Payment ‘ti Next Mon h! No Payments ‘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 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012 Construction from Page 1 state-of-the-art digital classrooms, said Sean Bolduc, director of the MCTC. Bolduc said digital training is already taking place on Fort Carson, but is spread out in buildings throughout the post. “This campus will consolidate resources and make things more efficient,” he said. Matthew Ellis, a representative from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Omaha, Neb.), said the 83,000-square-foot building will be built to meet the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold standards and will include a 20,000-square-foot solar array field that will provide power to the campus. In addition to the main building, construction for 16 smaller buildings is also planned. “This is the third training center (of its kind) constructed in the Army,” said Ellis, addressing the crowd. “It takes many years and a diverse team to make this happen.” With construction continuing until June 2013 and a projected occupancy date of December 2013, troops will continue to train at existing facilities. Once complete, troops from the 4th Infantry Division, other Fort Carson units as well as National Guard Photo by Andrea Sutherland and Reserve components in Colorado,From left, Matthew Ellis, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Omaha, Neb.); Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson, commanding general, 4th Infantry Kansas, Wyoming, Montana, Utah,Division and Fort Carson; Col. Robert F. McLaughlin, garrison commander; and Monte Larsen, chief operations officer of the Native Nebraska and New Mexico, willAmerican Services Corp; scoop the ceremonial first shovel of dirt at the Jan. 27 groundbreaking of the Mission Command Training Center. participate in training at the center.
Feb. 3, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 5 ‘Attack’ deploys to Afghanistan Story and photo by Training, familiarizing pilots with flying at high Staff Sgt. Craig Cantrell altitudes and landing on rugged terrain in the Rocky 4th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office Mountains, and sharpened its skills during four rotations in two years to the U.S. Army National Soldiers with 1st Battalion, 2nd Aviation Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif. Regiment, deployed to Afghanistan in support of The Attack Battalion deployed to southern Operation Enduring Freedom in January. Afghanistan to support ground forces, conduct Approximately 400 Soldiers deployed to support reconnaissance missions and provide air transportation aviation operations in southern Afghanistan, marking support, said Williams. the aviation unit’s first deployment from Fort Carson Once in theater, the battalion operations center will since it relocated to the Mountain Post from Camp guide and consistently update more than 30 aircraft Eagle, Korea, three years ago. flying over Afghanistan at any time, said Maj. Nicholas The “Attack Battalion,” part of 25th Combat Dall, operations officer, 1st Bn., 2nd Avn. Reg. Aviation Brigade, Fort Shafter, Hawaii, “We will watch the fight as it will rely on its seasoned veterans to happens; we will give command deci- lead first-time deployment Soldiers into combat, said Master Sgt. Jim “Anything that sions on aircraft lifts and movements,” said Cpl. 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6 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012DSTB redesignates as HHBNWambeke ‘thrilled and humbled’ to lead ‘Fit For Any Test’ Battalion Story and photo by Fort Carson. After settling into their new a DSTB, but Matt certainly was the noncommissioned officers and Pfc. Andrew Ingram home, the DSTB Soldiers prepared for right leader for the job,” said Antonia. Soldiers who accomplished the unit’s 4th Infantry Division deployment. Following months of “He did an extraordinary job; taking a mission every day. Public Affairs Office training, Tedesco led the battalion diverse selection of individuals and “It is hard to believe that nearly during a yearlong deployment to Iraq in transforming them into a highly func- three years have passed since taking Soldiers of Division Special Troops support of Operation New Dawn. tioning, cohesive and competent team.” command,” Tedesco said. “I am veryBattalion, 4th Infantry Division, gathered “It’s no secret the demands and Tedesco credited his success as a proud of the accomplishments of theas their battalion commander, Lt. Col. challenges associated with commanding battalion commander to the officers, Fit For Any Test Battalion, becauseMatthew Tedesco, and senior the Soldiers of this great battalionenlisted leader, Command Sgt. made the impossible possibleMajor Keith Moore, cased the through their dedication and hardbattalion’s colors one final time work. Commanding this battalionduring a deactivation ceremony at and its Soldiers has been the bestFort Carson, Jan. 23. experience of my 20-year career The next day, the same “Fit in the Army.”For Any Test” Soldiers, now The newly-designated HHBNmembers of the new Headquarters will continue to flourish underand Headquarters Battalion, 4th the guidance of Wambeke and theInf. Div., mustered to bid Tedesco support of his wife, Denisefarewell, and welcome the new Wambeke, said Antonia.battalion commander, Lt. Col. “As we transition thisBrad Wambeke, during a change important command, it is clearof command ceremony at Waller the Army made a great choice inPhysical Fitness Center. selecting Lt. Col. Brad and During the change of Denise Wambeke,” Antonia said.command ceremony, Col. Bruce “I know they are exactly the kindAntonia, chief of staff, 4th Inf. Div., of command team that will carrythanked Tedesco for his 35 months on the great work and caringof leadership during a period of leadership passed on from Mattgreat transition for the DSTB. and Cari (Tedesco).” Shortly after Tedesco took The DSTB’s reputation ofcommand in early 2009, he cased Lt. Col. Matthew Tedesco, commander, Division Special Troops Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, excellence will continue as thethe DSTB colors at Fort Hood, and Command Sgt. Maj. Keith Moore, senior enlisted leader, case the DSTB colors, signifying See HHBN on Page 12Texas, and then unfurled them at the battalion’s deactivation, during a ceremony at the unit’s motor pool on Fort Carson Jan. 23. QUALITY This is PPCC. We’re a top 50 school for military and veterans. We offer
Feb. 3, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 7Miscellaneous 524-0786 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to Fitness Test, and pass a Special Forces physical. request latrines, for service or to report damaged Call 524-1461 or visit the website at http://www.VII Corps Desert Storm Veterans’ Association or overturned latrines. bragg.army.mil/sorb. 21st Reunion — is Feb. 25 at the Fort Myer, The Fort Carson Trial Defense Service office — Va., Officers’ Club. Contact Hoa McNabb at is able to help Soldiers 24/7 and is located at Hours of Operation 800-506-2672 or email VIICorpsDSVA@aol. building 1430, room 240. During duty hours, com for more information. Soldiers should call 526-4563. The 24-hour DFAC hours — Fort Carson dining facilities operateFirst Sergeants’ Barracks Program — moves to phone number for after hours, holidays and under the following hours: building 1454 on Nelson Boulevard Monday. weekends is 719-358-3275. Questions can also • Wolf — Friday-Thursday. 7-9 a.m. (break- The hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. be submitted by email to FtCarsonTDS@gmail. fast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), 5-6:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. The FSBP Office assists Soldiers com. Know your rights. (dinner). with room assignments and terminations. For Legal services — provided at the Soldier • Stack — Friday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), more information call 526-9735. Readiness Processing site are for Soldiers 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner. ClosedWork Management Branch — The DPW Work undergoing the SRP process. The SRP Legal Saturday and Sunday. Monday-Thursday, 7-9 a.m. Management Branch, responsible for processing Office will only provide powers of attorney or (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), 5-6:30 work orders — Facilities Engineering Work notary services to Soldiers processing through the p.m. (dinner). Requests, DA Form 4283 — recently changed its SRP. Retirees, Family members and Soldiers not • Warfighter (Wilderness Road Complex) hours of operation. The Work Management in the SRP process can receive legal assistance — Friday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 Branch, located in building 305, will be open and powers of attorney at the main legal office p.m. (lunch), no dinner. Closed Saturday and for processing work orders and other in-person located at 1633 Mekong St., building 6222, next Sunday. Monday-Thursday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), support from 7-11:30 a.m. Monday-Friday. to the Family Readiness Center. Legal assistance 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), no dinner. Afternoon customer support is by appointment prepares powers of attorney and performs notary • 10th SFG(A) LaRochelle — Friday, 7-9 only, call 526-2900. services on a walk-in basis from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), noVeterans Affairs claims and benefits — Veterans Mondays-Wednesdays and Fridays, and from dinner. Closed Saturday and Sunday. Monday- can get assistance through the Veterans Services 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursdays. Thursday, 7-9 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 Group, Wednesday from noon to 3 p.m. for p.m. (lunch), no dinner. walk-ins and 3:30-4:30 p.m. for appointments. Briefings Central Issue Facility regular business hours — are The VSG is located at The Retired Enlisted listed below. Call 526-3321 to make appointments. Association Chapter 1 at 834 Emory Circle in Casualty Notification/Assistance Officer training • In-processing — Monday-Thursday from Colorado Springs. For more information call — is held Feb. 21-23 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in 7:30-10:30 a.m. 719-337-0086. the Family Readiness Center, building 6237, • Initial issues — Monday-Thursday fromAudie Murphy Club — The Fort Carson Sergeant room 104. This training is required for all 12:30-3 p.m. Audie Murphy Club meets the third Tuesday of each Soldiers asked to perform this solemn duty. Per • Partial issues — Monday-Thursday from month at the Family Connection Center from 11:30 Army Regulation 600-8-1, this duty is limited to 12:30-3 p.m. a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The SAMC is open to all active those in the ranks of sergeant first class to command • Cash sales/report of survey — Monday- members and those interested in becoming future sergeant major, chief warrant officer 2-5 and Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. SAMC members. The club was originally a U.S. captain and above. No reservations are required • Direct exchange — Monday-Thursday Forces Command organization of elite noncommis- to attend training. Classes offered on a first-come, from 12:30-3 p.m. sioned officers but is now an Armywide program first-served basis. Call Jean Graves at 526- • Partial turn ins — Monday-Thursday for individuals who have met the criteria and have 5613/5614 for more information. from 12:30-3 p.m. proven themselves to be outstanding NCOs through Disposition Services — Defense Logistics Agency • Full turn ins — Monday-Thursday from a board/leadership process. Contact the SAMC Disposition Services Colorado Springs, located in 7:30-10:30 a.m. president, Staff Sgt. Thomas Witt, at 526-5661 for building 381, conducts orientations Fridays from • Unit issues and turn ins — Call 526- more information. 12:30-3:30 p.m. The orientations discuss DLA 5512/6477 for approval.Recycle incentive program — The Directorate of processes to include turning in excess property, Education Center hours of operation — The Public Works has an incentive program to prevent reutilizing government property, web-based tools Mountain Post Training and Education Center, recyclable waste from going to the landfill. available, special handling of property and environ- building 1117, 526-2124, hours are as follows: Participating battalions can earn monetary rewards mental needs. To schedule an orientation, contact • Counselor Support Center — Monday- for turning recyclable materials in to the Fort Carson Arnaldo Borrerorivera at arnaldo.borrerorivera@ Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Fridays 11 Recycle Center, building 155. Points are assigned dla.mil for receiving/turn in; Mike Welsh at a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for the pounds of recyclable goods turned in and email@example.com for reutilization/web tools; or • Army Learning Center — Monday- every participating battalion receives money Rufus Guillory at firstname.lastname@example.org. Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. quarterly; the top two battalions receive an additional Retirement briefings — are held from 8 a.m. to • Defense Activity for Nontraditional bonus amount. Call 526-5898 for more information noon the second and third Wednesday of each Education Support and Army Personnel Testing — about the program. month at the Joel Hefley Community Center Monday-Friday 7:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-4:30 p.m.Directorate of Public Works services — DPW is conference room, 6800 Prussman Ave. The Medical Activity Correspondence Department responsible for a wide variety of services on Retirement Services Off ice recommends office hours — The Correspondence (Release of Fort Carson. Services range from repair and spouses accompany Soldiers to the briefing. Information) Office in the Patient Administration maintenance of facilities to equipping units with Call 526-2840 for more information. Division hours are Monday-Wednesday and Friday a sweeper and cleaning motor pools. Listed Reassignment briefings — are held Tuesdays 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and closed Thursday and below are phone numbers and points of contact for Soldiers heading overseas and Thursdays federal holidays. Call 526-7322 or 526-7284 for for services: for personnel being reassigned stateside. The more information. • Facility repair/service orders — Fort briefings are held in building 1129, Freedom Claims Office hours — are Monday-Friday from 9 Carson Support Services service order desk can be Performing Arts Center; sign-in is at 7 a.m. and a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. The Claims Office is reached at 526-5345. Use this number for emergen- briefings start at 7:30 a.m. Soldiers are required located on the first floor of building 6222, 1633 cies or routine tasks and for reporting wind damage, to bring Department of the Army Form 5118, Mekong Street. Shipment under Full Replacement damaged traffic signs or other facility damage. signed by their unit personnel section, and a pen Value claimants must submit Department of • Refuse/trash and recycling — Call Eric to complete forms. Call 526-4730/4583 for Defense Form 1840R to the carrier within 75 days. Bailey at 719-491-0218 or email eric.e.bailey4. more information. Shipment under Defense Personal Property email@example.com when needing trash containers, trash Army ROTC Green to Gold briefings — are held Program claimants must log into the Defense is overflowing or emergency service is required. the first and third Tuesday of each month at Personal Property System at http://www.move.mil • Facility custodial services — Call Bryan noon at the education center, building 1117, and report all the items online within 75 days. Dorcey at 526-6670 or email bryan.s.dorcey.civ@ room 120. Call University of Colorado- Claims must be submitted within nine months mail.mil for service needs or to report complaints. Colorado Springs Army ROTC at 262-3475 for directly with carriers to receive full replacement • Elevator maintenance — Call Bryan more information. value for missing and destroyed items. All other Dorcey at 526-6670 or email bryan.s.dorcey.civ ETS briefings — for enlisted personnel are held the claims should be submitted to Fort Carson Claims @mail.mil. first and third Wednesday of each month. Briefing Office within two years of the date of delivery or • Motor pool sludge removal/disposal — sign in begins at 7 a.m. at the Soldier Readiness date of incident. Call the Fort Carson Claims Office Call Dennis Frost at 526-6997 or email Building, building 1042, room 244, on a first-come, at 526-1355 for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org. first-served basis. Soldiers must be within 120 • Repair and utility/self-help — Call Gary days of their expiration term of service, but must Grant at 526-5844 or email gerald.l.grant2.civ attend the briefing no later than 30 days prior BOSS meetings @mail.mil. Use this number to obtain self-help to their ETS or start of transition leave. Call are held at 10 a.m. tools and equipment or a motorized sweeper. 526-2240/8458 for details. • Base operations contracting officer the first and third Special Forces briefings — are held Wednesdays in representative — Call Bruce Gronczniak at 526- building 1430, room 123, from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday of each 9262 or email email@example.com for Soldiers must be specialist to staff sergeant month at the Foxhole. questions on snow removal, grounds maintenance from any military occupational specialty, have a For information, call and contractor response to service orders. general technical score of at least 107, be a U.S. 524-BOSS. • Portable latrines — Call Jerald Just at citizen, score 240 or higher on the Army Physical
8 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012 Gas! Gas! Gas! ‘Raiders’ clear CBRN training By Spc. Cardell Brown “Raider” Soldiers entered the gas 1st Brigade Combat Team Public chamber in groups of 20, where they were Affairs, 4th Infantry Division exposed to 2-chlorobenzalmalononitrile, or CS gas, a chemical usually used as a Since redeploying from Afghanistan, riot control agent. the Soldiers of 1st Brigade Combat When someone is exposed to CS gas, Team, 4th Infantry Division, have their breathing becomes constricted, and worked tirelessly to remain proficient in coughing and gasping is very common, their war-fighting skills. said Sgt. 1st Class Ryan Moreno, CBRN The Soldiers of 1st Special Troops noncommissioned officer, Headquarters Battalion, 1st BCT, 4th Inf. Div., conducted and Headquarters Detachment, 1st STB. a two-day chemical, biological, radiological Additional strain is placed on saliva and nuclear training event at Fort Carson and mucus producers, resulting in internal Training Area Range 72, Jan. 24-25. distress that can mitigate a Soldier’s “The gas chamber is designed to give combat effectiveness, he said. Soldiers confidence in their mask,” said Each group of Soldiers passed through Capt. Anna Lebo, chemical, biological, the chamber, where CBRN specialists radiological and nuclear officer, 1st STB. directed the group to remove masks and “It prepares Soldiers to be able to don and experience the difference between the clear their mask in case of a chemical filtered air of the gas masks and the air attack, and gives them the confidence that inside the chamber. their mask will protect them and allow them After 15 seconds of breathing the gas, to remain safe in a chemical environment.” the CBRN specialists directed the Soldiers to exit the chamber. Outside the chamber, teary-eyed and Spc. Juston Session, Company A, 1st coughing, Soldiers struggled to inhale fresh Special Troops Battalion, 1st Brigade air after their experience inside the chamber. Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, “Despite the discomfort that I faced in exits the gas chamber disoriented and the gas chamber, I now feel confident teary-eyed at Fort Carson Training See CBRN training on Page 12 Photo by Spc. Cardell Brown Area Range 72, Jan. 24. NOW IS THE TIME TO CAPITALIZE ON YOUR CAREER. 4331 Centennial Blvd. 1813 North Circle DriveGarden of the Gods & Centennial Circle & Constitution 635-2020 632-2020 CLASSES FORMING NOW, ENROLL TODAY! 4319 Integrity Center Point 1130 Lake Plaza Drive Master of Arts in At Colorado Christian University, NW Corner of Powers & Barnes Lake Ave & Lake Plaza (next to Culvers) Curriculum and Instruction you will: 634-2020 578-2020 WWW.ABBAEYECARE.COM , other Master of Business Administration Tuition discounts available for Exams as young as 6 months of age Active Duty, Reserve, National 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
10 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012 ‘Rough Riders’ support by sling loading supplies By Sgt. Ruth Pagan hookup of the sling load. 2nd Brigade Combat Team Public Payton said Soldiers must attend three Affairs Office, 4th Infantry Division schools to become certified sling-load inspectors: Sling Load Inspector KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — The Certification course and Air Assault and packing process of a sling load will never Pathfinder schools. However, a Soldier be on an adrenaline junkie’s list of things does not need to be certified to help with to do, but hooking a load to a helicopter the cargo bags or cargo nets. hovering 150 feet in the air might be. “We try to get Soldiers out there,” he Soldiers with Company A, 204th explained. “They aren’t qualified to inspect Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Brigade loads, but they can do everything else. Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, are “They can rig it, and they can hook it supporting their fellow Soldiers through up; (sling-load inspectors) are right there sling-load missions. with them to make sure everything’s safe.” “A lot of it is on the fly,” said Staff Sgt. It is important to ensure the cargo Jesse Payton, noncommissioned-officer- is secure to keep everyone safe, said in-charge of sling-load operations. “It all Pfc. Devryann Robertson, ammunition depends on the aircraft’s schedule. Some specialist, Company A, 204th BSB. are last minute, and some are planned out “I helped rig up a Humvee,” said a week in advance. It’s a rush.” Robertson. “We had to make sure that A sling load is external cargo hooked all the glass was taped up, so that if it to a helicopter in flight, and transported to breaks during the lift, it won’t fly off the receiving destination, said Payton. and hurt anyone.” Photo by Jim Barnett Deployed to Afghanistan, the support Having additional Soldiers trained to New CSM Soldiers of 204th BSB are responsible for supplying Soldiers throughout Kandahar help with sling-load operations is important to helping the sling-load inspectors deliver Col. Michael Kasales, commander, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th province, said Payton. supplies to the Soldiers operating in Infantry Division, left, passes the sword of the noncommissioned officer “They can’t be reached by ground, remote locations, said Payton. to Command Sgt. Maj. Douglas Maddi, signifying his assumption of so all their supplies have to come in by “(It gives) me great joy to know we are responsibility as the “Iron” Brigade’s senior noncommissioned officer air,” he said. actually helping those guys out there that during a ceremony in the Special Events Center Jan. 31. Maddi comes The Soldiers of Company A determine are living rough,” Lewis said. “We work to Fort Carson from Fort Polk, La., where he served with the 2nd the weight of the package and type of hand-in-hand with each other. They do Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 4th BCT, 10th Mountain Division. aircraft flown for the mission to determine their job; I do my job. Everybody is happy, the equipment needed for staging and and the Army is successful.” Photo by Sgt. Breanne Pye 201 Army photo of the year 1 Pfc. Kevin March, armored crewman, assigned to 2nd Squad, 3rd Platoon, with his squad to search orchards throughout the district and build rapport Company C., 1st Battalion, 66th Armored Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, with the local population. This photograph, shot by Sgt. Breanne Pye, 1st BCT 4th Infantry Division, stands atop a cliff overlooking the Arghandab River Valley public affairs, 4th Inf. Div., earned U.S. Army best photo of 2011 on the U.S. Army Jan. 31, 2011. March, a native of Dodgeville, Wis., was conducting a foot patrol Facebook page.
Feb. 3, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 11‘Iron Knights’ share experience Story and photo by “It prepares us to the best of our ability toPresident of Trinidad State Junior College. “We need Pfc. Nathan Thome not have any failures, because failures in our to proudly tell the story of whom we are as a nation,1st Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs Office, line of work could end up costing someone their and show the people what it was like in Afghanistan 4th Infantry Division life,” he said. through the eyes of a Soldier.” Local patrons also shared their appreciation for Many people attending the forum showed TRINIDAD — Five “Iron Knights” Soldiers the Soldiers, expressing gratitude for their service to curiosity about the Afghan culture and the perceptionparticipated in an open forum Jan. 23 at Trinidad State the nation and outreach to the community. of Soldiers in the Afghan villages.Junior College, where local citizens asked questions “I think what many of us have taken for granted “Almost every Afghan was distrustful ofabout the Army, service to the nation and the unit’s is the importance of what you do,” said Felix Lopez, American Soldiers at first, but the more time werecent deployment in support of spent with the people, and (theOperation Enduring Freedom. Afghans) seeing that we were Soldiers of 1st Battalion, 66th genuinely trying to help them,Armor Regiment, 1st Brigade the more they bonded with us,”Combat Team, 4th Infantry said Staff Sgt. Jason Knese,Division, shared their experiences scout platoon sergeant, HHC, 1stin Afghanistan and how training at Bn., 66th Armor Reg.Piñon Canyon Maneuver Site, Eventually, the Soldierslocated near Trinidad, contributed to became friends with the villagers,the success of the unit’s mission. Knese said. “The terrain is the most “Children held the Soldiers’important key, because it’s similar hands while they conducted …to places like Iraq or patrols and the men of the villagesAfghanistan,” said 1st Lt. Scott invited them over for dinner,” he said.Hendrickson, scout platoon As the open forum ended, theleader, Headquarters and Trinidad community personallyHeadquarters Company, 1st Bn., thanked the Soldiers for their66th Armor Reg. “Hills and service and everything they do incanyons are something we might defense of the nation.encounter, so we need to know “I would personally like tohow to navigate them in order to say ‘thank you,’ because I cancomplete our missions.” really only do my job if my Realistic training provides From left, 1st Lt. Scott Hendrickson, scout platoon leader; Staff Sgt. Jason Knese, scout platoon Family is safe back here,” saidSoldiers tactical knowledge and sergeant; Spc. Jerry Black, scout; Spc. Ramon Aguilar, scout; and Pfc. Jeremy Teaford, scout, all Hendrickson. “So thank you forexperience necessary to save lives assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion, 66th Armored Regiment, supporting American Soldiers,during deployments, Hendrickson 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, speak with citizens of the Trinidad community Marines, Airmen and Sailors, andtold the audience. Jan. 23 at Trinidad State Junior College. for just being an American.” Challenge your child to reach his potential! What sets us apart: Come Visit Our Campuses CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN CHARTER ACADEMY Telephone: 719.471.1999 x100 THE VANGUARD SCHOOL 1605 S. Corona Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80905 715 South Academy Blvd. 1850 East Woodmen Rd. 412 Eagleridge Blvd. Telephone: 719.471.1999 x200 Colorado Springs, CO 80910 Colorado Springs, CO 80920 Pueblo, CO 81008 719-637-3874 719-277-0553 719-553-0914 Visit our schools at: www.cmca12.com
12 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012HHBN chapter and the beginning of a new CBRN training “This training wasn’t something thatfrom Page 6 one in the proud history of the Fit from Page 8 I was looking forward to; however, I For Any Test Battalion,” he said. know it will be beneficial to me if I everSoldiers of the redesignated “The redesignation of the battalion in my ability to properly utilize my gear need to use it,” said Spc. Steven Renner,HHBN continue to support the from the Division Special Troops if a chemical attack ever occurred,” said geospatial engineer, HHD, 1st STB.mission of the “Ivy” Division Battalion to Headquarters and Spc. Juston Session, intelligence analyst, “In order for us to be deployable inleadership, said Wambeke. Headquarters Battalion links the assigned to Company A, 1st STB. any kind of operational environment, we “I am thrilled and humbled to battalion directly to the heritage of have to be proficient in each of ourbe standing here today,” Wambeke the 4th Inf. Div.” war-fighting functions,” said Lebo.said. “Please know that I will do Tedesco explained that while “Training for the individual Soldiermy absolute best to care for you, the DSTB maintained an involves many aspects, and we areand build upon the solid reputation autonomous history from the ensuring that every Soldier is fullythis battalion has developed under division, the HHBN now shares trained for worldwide operations.”the leadership of the Tedescos.” the heritage of the 4th Inf. Div. While the mission of the headquarters. Maj. Steven Janko, 1st Brigade CombatHHBN will stay the same, “Today we became a part of Team, 4th Infantry Division, assists 1streflagging the Fit For Any Test the division itself,” Tedesco said. Sgt. Charles Jones, Headquarters andBattalion represents the inter- “That is the reason why this new Headquarters Detachment, 1st Specialdependent relationship between battalion doesn’t have streamers; Troops Battalion, 1st BCT, in securingthe HHBN and the 4th Inf. Div. we share the same as the division his mask during chemical, biological,command, said Tedesco. itself. This draws us closer to the radiation and nuclear training Jan. 25. “Today marks the end of one division we support.” Photo by Sgt. Breanne Pye 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 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 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
Feb. 3, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 13Soldiers, Fort Carson civilians learn to bounce back Story and photo by Pfc. Andrew Ingram 4th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office Active-duty Soldiers, Colorado NationalGuardsmen and Fort Carson civilians participated inMaster Resilience Training at the 1st Brigade CombatTeam, 4th Infantry Division, headquarters Jan. 18-27. The 10-day class focused on preparing the officers,noncommissioned officers and Fort Carson civiliansto effectively pass on the skills they learned to others. Soldiers can use the tools taught during MRT todeal with challenging situations and recover, or“bounce back,” from difficult experiences, said KatieCurran, a senior Master Resilience trainer from theUniversity of Pennsylvania. “The goal is to teach a set of skills that willenhance resilience,” Curran said. “We are buildingself-awareness, self-regulation, optimism, strength ofcharacter and mental agility.” “It’s instilling skills that will target, what we know,are teachable about resilience; ultimately, to helppeople bounce back from adversity and thrive,” she said. MRT is a key component of the ComprehensiveSoldier Fitness program, an Army initiative designedto highlight the importance of physical, emotional, Fort Carson Soldiers and Colorado National Guardsmen take part in a group discussion during a 10-day Mastersocial, familial and spiritual health in the lives of Resilience Training program at Fort Carson Jan. 25.every Soldier. During the first six days of the train-the-trainer want our leaders to be role models, and we need our Never show you care,’” he said. “Now after this class,course, Curran, and associates from the University of leaders to be motivators.” I feel like I will be able to relate to them better. IPennsylvania, used lectures, classroom discussion Many of the students have already used the precepts will be able to help them with their problems andand smaller group activities to familiarize the 120 and skills they learned during the class to improve overcome their adversities.”students with the MRT subject material. their professional environments and personal lives, By passing on the MRT training to the Soldiers of On day seven, the students began to focus on said Sgt. 1st Class Tony Thomas, platoon sergeant, Troop A as they prepare for a deployment toteaching the material themselves; preparing to take Troop A, 3rd Battalion, 61st Cavalry Regiment, 4th Afghanistan, Thomas said he thinks his Soldiers willthe skills back to their units and the Soldiers they Brigade Combat Team, 4th Inf. Div. perform more efficiently and maintain a betterinteract with on a daily basis. Thomas said he spent the first five days of the overall attitude when facing adversity. “This group is highly engaged, highly motivated course with a negative attitude toward the training. Kimberly Krohn, a financial counselor with Fortand very enthusiastic about teaching these skills,” He said he became argumentative with the Carson’s Survivor Outreach Services, said sheCurran said. instructors, and his attitude made him feel exhausted. believes the MRT philosophy could help her clients, The students learned about bad habits and “I’ve been through so many deployments and Family members of fallen Soldiers.thought patterns to avoid. They also studied good so many adverse situations, and bounced back on “One of the biggest skills we can teach Familiesthought patterns and processes they can implement in my own, I didn’t think I needed any of this,” of the fallen is resilience,” Krohn said. “If we cantheir own lives, and foster in their troops, said Sgt. 1st Thomas said. “About day six, a light bulb went off help them have the tools in their toolbox to walk awayClass Anthony Gantt, noncommissioned-officer-in- in my head. I was thinking about myself; I wasn’t from that most horrific life experience, it reallycharge, Mobile Training Teams, comprehensive thinking about my Soldiers, who could really benefit empowers them to have a different outlook on life.”Soldier Fitness Office at the Pentagon. from this. Optimism and the ability to identify one’s “The skills that we teach are basic leadership,” “The values I learned here in the military from strengths, both key points of MRT, are importantsaid Gantt. “We want our leaders to be mentors. We my leaders and mentors tell me ‘never show weakness. skills for grieving Families to develop, said Krohn. Having an Open House? Let our readers know! ONLY $30 For more information call 719-329-5236 or email m
14 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012Attackfrom Page 5avionics repairer, assigned to Company D, 1st Bn., 2nd Avn. Reg. “We’re really excited about getting out of Fort Carson,heading downrange, conducting the mission and being part ofthe fight,” said Williams. The Attack Battalion main body deployed forward, leaving arear detachment to provide support for the deployed troops andhandle the stateside mission. The Family readiness group works directly with the AttackBattalion rear detachment to ensure all Family member issuesare taken care of, said Capt. Aaron Rettke, rear detachmentcommander, 1st Bn., 2nd Avn. Reg. The FRG provides Soldiers peace of mind knowing that therear detachment and FRG will take care of business at homestation, so the Soldiers can accomplish the mission, said Williams. “My unit’s mission is to bring everyone back safe,” saidRobinson. “Get over there, accomplish the mission and bring 100percent (of our Soldiers) back.” The 1st Bn., 2nd Avn. Reg., is slated for a 12-month Photo by Staff Sgt. Craig Cantrelldeployment to southern Afghanistan in support of Operation Soldiers with 1st Battalion, 2nd Aviation Regiment, draw their assigned weapons before deploying toEnduring Freedom. southern Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom Jan. 19. PUBLIC & DEALER AUTO AUCTION 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month 905 Santa Fe Ave., Fountain, CO – 11:00 am 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month 2751 N. Pueblo Blvd., Pueblo, CO – 11:00 am 200-300 units to choose from every auction. Cars, Pickups, SUVs, RVs, Bank Repos, etc… Consignments are welcome! Pyramid Motors Auctions Co. (Pueblo) 719-547-3585 (Fountain) 719-382-5151 Go to Pyramidautoauction.com
Feb. 3, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 15 Participants learn yoga poses during the Fitness Expo at The Hub Jan. 27.Eventexhibitsfitnessopportunities Story and photos by don’t know we have personal trainers, beginner exercises and explained the Jenny Vohsman, Farrell’s eXtreme Samantha B. Koss group classes, ski trips, golf and benefits of the system. Bodyshaping owner and instructor, said Special to the Mountaineer bowling,” Pearson said. “Recreation “The TRX system works very kickboxing is a whole-body workout. goes far beyond the gym.” well with the new Army regulations on “We guarantee results,” she said. Directorate of Family and Morale, Gyms on post conduct group Army fitness,” Nicholson said. “This “Kickboxing is a great way to haveWelfare and Recreation officials held classes throughout the week to equipment goes from the battlefield to fun and improve fitness through aa Fitness Expo at The Hub Jan. 27 include weekday spin classes at the training room and back again.” cardio workout.”to showcase fitness opportunities Waller Physical Fitness Center and Nicholson coaches Soldiers on Vohsman taught participantsavailable on and off post. Total Resistance Exercise training the TRX system for physical training proper standing, punching and “A lot of times (Soldiers and weekday mornings at Garcia PFC. at Garcia PFC. The system focuses breathing techniques.Families) don’t know what we offer, “We want to help them find what on improving core strength, endurance “I think kickboxing is great toso it’s important to do these kinds of their passion is,” Pearson said. “You and mobility. add to a physical training program,” saidevents,” said Jennifer Pearson, event may enjoy rock climbing, but that “It is core all the time, anywhere 1st Sgt. Stephen Roberts, 1st Battalion,coordinator. “We want them to know doesn’t mean you will like running.” anytime,” he said. “Many installations 8th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigadethat we have four gyms on post, that The expo featured 15-minute have included TRX into their training Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division,we have an Outdoor Recreation Center, classes of Zumba, yoga and spin. programs.” who donned the boxing gloves for ayoga, spin … and tons of other things.” Family member Marcos Zurita Along with TRX, participants quick lesson with Vohsman. “Whatever The event reached out to those learned how to use the TRX training were introduced to the fitness benefits keeps Soldiers on their toes and agileinterested in making fitness a part of system at the Expo. of kickboxing. Farrell’s eXtreme is very beneficial to the mission.”their lives and who wanted to learn “It is a lot harder than it looks,” Bodyshaping, an off-post sponsor of Visit http://mwrfortcarson.more about what is available. Zurita said. “It is definitely a workout.” the event, provided boxing gloves and com/physical-fitness-centers.php for “I think people see our gyms Nick Nicholson, personal trainer, punching bags to teach participants information on upcoming classes,and think we just have a gym … they taught participants, like Zurita, TRX beginner kickboxing methods. monthly activities and schedules. 1st Sgt. Stephen Roberts, 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, receives kickboxing pointers from Jenny Vohsman, instructor and owner of Farrell’s eXtreme Bodyshaping.
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Balfour Beatty Scholarship — Balfour BeattyUpcoming events Communities offers academic scholarships for the 2012-2013 academic year to high school andCraft fair — The Mountain Post Spouses Club hosts undergraduate students of military members the Spring Fling Craft Fair April 28 from 9 a.m. to residing in post housing. Application deadline is 2 p.m. at the Special Events Center. Vendors may April 15. Details and requirements may be found apply for booth space on a first come, first served at http://www.bbcommunitiesfoundation.org. basis. Booth space for MPSC members costs $25 Pregnancy and Parenting Portal — A new portal and $30 for nonmembers. Contact Sandi Spreier from TriWest Healthcare Alliance connects at 719-351-3970 or email mpscvendorcoor@ military Families to helpful information for various gmail.com for more information. stages of pregnancy, as well as for adoption.Hospital events — Legal representatives from the Different from other pregnancy sites, the TriWest Judge Advocate General’s office will be outside portal offers information on TRICARE coverage Healer Chapel at Evans Army Community and locating a nearby military clinic. Access Hospital Friday and Feb. 27 from 9-11 a.m. to assist the site at http://www.triwest.com/pregnancy. TRICARE beneficiaries. EACH personnel host Highway improvements — The Colorado two free cooking classes Thursday at 7:30 a.m. and Department of Transportation broke ground on Feb. 23 at 11:30 a.m. Limited availability. Call the second of three phases of safety and capacity 524-6556 to make a reservation. Mountain Post improvements along State Highway 115 between Wellness Center staff hold the Great American Gates 1 and 6. The current phase will provide four Spit Out Feb. 23 to help individuals quit smokeless through traffic lanes from the edge of the recently tobacco. Call 526-3887 for more information. completed improvements near Gate 5 to the Rock “Wounded in Action: An Art Exhibition of Creek bridge, located just south of Gate 6. It will Orthopaedic Advancements” takes place Monday- also provide major safety improvements at the on-the-spot arrangements to drive the person to March 2. Approximately 60 works of art intersection of State Highway 115 and Wilderness their desired destination. Participants are asked created by wounded servicemembers will be Road, just outside of Gate 6. The project has a to be prudent and mindful of using the sites displayed in B.K. George Hall at EACH. fixed completion date of Dec. 30. Contact Rick in a manner that does not impede traffic flow.Outdoor weekend — The National Park Service, Orphan at 526-9267 for more information. Hospital initiates no-show policy — A in conjunction with Sierra Club, hosts an outdoor Express bus sign-up — Interest is being assessed for “Commander’s Appointment Policy” affects all weekend for military spouses April 13-15. The commuter express bus service to Fort Carson from TRICARE beneficiaries who receive health care purpose of the weekend excursion is to develop Fountain, Powers and Academy boulevards and services on Fort Carson and at the Premier Army a plan to get military families outdoors. All Interstate 25 corridors. Sign up now to indicate Health Clinic. Multiple no-shows could result in the expenses paid and transportation is provided. interest. The projected start date for the service is stopping of medical services; Soldiers requiring unit Interested participants should visit http://www. April. Fort Carson individuals are needed to help escorts to future appointments; patients may have to sierraclub.org/outings/training/forms/ demonstrate sufficient potential demand for express sign a statement acknowledging they understand listening-session-application.asp. commuter bus service, dedicated to serving Fort the ramifications of multiple no-shows; a letter may Carson commuters with fast and convenient be sent to the Soldier’s unit when he or his FamilyGeneral announcements service. For Soldiers and civilians, this service can member has multiple no-shows or cancellations; be free. Go to http://tinyurl.com/RideExpress or retirees with multiple missed appointments, “leftDonated annual leave for Fort Carson civilian call 526-6497 for more information and to sign up. without being seen,” or cancellations may have their employees — is currently being accepted for the Army Substance Abuse Program moved — to locations of care changed. To cancel appointments following civilians under the Voluntary Leave building 1351 on Pershing Drive. Call 526-8529 during weekdays, beneficiaries can call the Transfer Program. The employees who have for more information. TRICARE appointment line 719-457-2273 or exhausted all available leave because of medical 2-1-1 data expands to two counties — The Pikes 866-422-7391 weekdays from 6 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. emergencies and are currently accepting leave Peak Area Council of Governments has partnered Appointments made through TRICARE online can donations are Lorenza Buller-Duran, Civilian with Pikes Peak United Way to include 2-1-1 data be canceled at http://www.tricareonline.com. Personal Advisory Center; Ann Armstrong, for El Paso and Teller counties in the Network Garrison Resource Management; Michael of Care for servicemembers, veterans and their Ongoing events Patrocky, Space and Missile Defense Command; Families. The service directory component of the Vanessa Gallegos, Directorate of Human Network of Care now includes more than 1,500 Al-Anon meetings — Al-Anon is a 12-step Resources; Anthony Jackson and Heidi Parham, local resources to assist the military community, program for families and friends of alcoholics Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and service providers and others. Visit http:// (admitted or not). Meetings take place in the Security; Heather Fox and Megan Cornell, pikespeak.networkofcare.org for more information. conference room of The Colorado Inn at 6 p.m. Directorate of Emergency Services; Pauline Starks, New stop sign locations — The intersection of every Monday. Attendance is free and anyone can Laron Cosley and Tamara Morris, Dental Activity; Coleman and Grove streets has been changed attend these open, anonymous meetings. Contact and Crystal Miller, Directorate of Family and from a two-way stop to a four-way stop. The Edith L. at 719-291-0628 for more information. Morale, Welfare and Recreation. To donate annual additional stop signs are required to address Seeking speakers — The Fort Carson Public Affairs leave under VLTP, contact the Garrison Resource recent changes in traffic conditions in that area. Office is seeking Soldiers, Family members and Management Office at 526-1841/1839 or Questions regarding this issue may be directed civilians from Fort Carson to speak about their email@example.com to obtain form to Directorate of Public Works Traffic Planning work, training and varied experiences to public OMP-630A, “Request to Donate Annual Leave,” and Operations at 526-9267. organizations throughout the Pikes Peak region. or the OMP-630B for an outside agency. Share-a-Ride — is a free online car pool Speakers must be well-qualified professionalsCut-your-own firewood program — Fort Carson coordination to and from post, as well as van who know how to capture and maintain an launches a new cut-your-own firewood program. pool options, typically for those commuting audience’s attention for 20-30 minutes. Speakers Active duty military, Department of Defense 30 or more miles to post. Riders are matched should be comfortable speaking to businesses, civilians and retirees may purchase firewood sales based on their origination and destination points, professional organizations, community leaders, permits for designated areas downrange. The as well as days and times of travel. Users specify civic groups and schools. Contact Samantha Koss firewood is in burnt areas and needs removal in whether they are offering a ride, need a ride or if at 526-5996 or firstname.lastname@example.org. order to expedite recovery of the forest and to they are interested in sharing driving duties. When Nutrition counseling and classes — The Evans minimize the potential of a wild land fire. The wood a “match” is found, users are notified immediately Army Community Hospital Nutrition Care is dirty, but well-seasoned and is ready to burn. of rider options, allowing them to contact and Division offers nutrition counseling on a healthy Permits cost $10 for a half cord of wood, $15 for a coordinate ridesharing within minutes. Access the diet, weight loss or gain, high cholesterol, cord of wood and $40 for a three-cord maximum ride-share portal by visiting http://www.carson. hypertension, diabetes, sports nutrition and other of wood. Customers must provide all necessary army.mil/paio/sustainability.html. nutrition-related diseases or illnesses. Nutrition labor, equipment and vehicle support. Firewood is “Give a Buddy a Ride” — is a voluntary program classes include heart-healthy/lipid, weight loss, for personal use only and cannot be resold. Call for on-post ridesharing. Soldiers, civilians or pregnancy nutrition, commissary tour/healthy the Directorate of Public Works Forestry Section Family members who need a ride wait at one shopping and sports nutrition. To schedule an at 526-1692 or 526-1667 for more information. of the designated “Give a Buddy a Ride” signs. appointment, call the TRICARE appointmentSpouses Club Scholarship — The Mountain Post Drivers willing and able to offer a ride to line at 719-457-2273. To register for a class, Spouses Club offers merit-based academic someone standing at the sign can make call the Nutrition Care Division at 526-7290.
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18 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012 The B Street pedestrian bridge, constructed as part of the Fort Carson rail yard expansion project, provides a safer means for Stratmoor Hills Elementary School students to get to and from school.Bridge provides safer passage for students Story and photo by Susan C. Galentine local students walking to the nearby elementary B Street, Loomis Avenue and the rail road tracks. Directorate of Public Works public relations school became obvious and the new bridge was The pedestrian bridge is accessible by two Americans included in the project. with Disabilities Act-compliant ramps, each ramp Stratmoor Hills Elementary School students have “The primary purpose of the pedestrian bridge consisting of six flights. The main bridge span’sa new bridge to walk across on their way to and is to provide children a safe method of crossing structural steel is comprised of weathering steel,from school. The B Street pedestrian bridge, part the railroad tracks to and from their homes and which will change colors as it weathers with time.of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fort Carson Stratmoor Hills Elementary School,” said Michael As combat operations overseas scale back,rail yard expansion project, opened Jan. 20. Mayline, Directorate of Logistics Transportation the expanded rail yard will continue to play a The $12.5 million expansion project, which began Division chief. critical role for the installation in meeting otherin October 2010, includes stronger metal rails, “In addition, the bridge allows continuous rail mission requirements.building a holding spur parallel to the main line to operations. In the past, operations had to cease “The future use of the expanded rail yardincrease loading ability during deployments, and from (7- 8:30 a.m. and 1:30-2:15 p.m.) These hours will continue with deployments of military unitsthe “wye” track — a Y-shaped track arrangement were usually the peak hours for the commercial to training locations within the United States,”used for reversing the direction of a train — being rail companies picking up or delivering rail cars.” said Mayline. “On a rotating basis, we are movingextended to increase rail car turnaround capabilities. The bridge also eliminates the need for children units to and from Southern California, Louisiana, “The project will allow Fort Carson to deploy a to cross B Street and Loomis Boulevard to get to Kansas and Piñon Canyon. In addition, we willbrigade within 72 hours,” said Justin Scherzberg, school. Approximately 240 students, 80 percent of continue to deploy units to and from AmericanU.S. Army Corps of Engineers project engineer for the school’s population, and some of their parents, seaports in support of the U.S. military missionthe rail yard expansion. “Previously, Fort Carson walk to the elementary school each day, said Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.”was not capable of meeting this Army standard.” Jennifer Sprague, Harrison School District 2 El Paso County is responsible for general During the planning stage of the rail yard public information officer. maintenance on the new pedestrian bridge,expansion, the need to provide a safer means for The 249-foot, fully-enclosed bridge spans over including snow removal. HUR RY! Kevin Johnson (714) 325-9553 email@example.com Call or visit us now. hrblock.com 800 -HRBLOCK (800-472-5625) (800 - 472-5625) Degrees That Make a Difference That Difference fe 7827
20 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012 Feb. 3, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 21 Layout by Jeanne Mazerall Soldier athletes compete for Spc. Dennis Bowsher, World Class Athlete Program, practices for the run-shoot portion of the Modern Day Pentathlon. Bowsher, who was ranked second in the nation in 2011, has already qualified for the 2012 Olympics in London. By Staff Sgt. Wayne Barnett Mountaineer staff From the outside, building 1662 looks like any other Photo by Staff Sgt Wayne Barnett building on Fort Carson. But on the inside, it’s part company headquarters and part Olympic training facility. The building is home to the World Class Athlete Program, which provides outstanding Capt. Chris Fogt, Soldier athletes from all Army back, and Sgt. components the support and John Napier, World training to compete and succeed Class Athlete in national and international Program, shown competitions leading to Olympic at the 2010 World and Paralympic Games, while Cup, won the maintaining a professional silver medal in military career. the four-man Since WCAP’s inception in bobsled National 1997, 40 Soldier athletes have Team Selection participated in the Summer and race at Lake Winter Olympic Games winning Placid. N.Y., gold, silver and bronze medals. Oct. 28. With the road to the 2012 Summer Olympics already being paved, several of WCAP’s athletes are vying for spots on the team. “The road to the Olympics as a Soldier is not an easy one. They have to be the best of the Photo by Tim Hipps best and able to compete and win on a national level,” said Photo by Staff Sgt Wayne Barnett Capt. Jonathan Harmeling, Capt. Michelle Kelly, World Class Athlete Program, prepares WCAP commander. for the swim portion of the pentathlon, which consists of Sgt. Jerrod “To get to WCAP is extremely fencing, a 200-meter freestyle swim, a 3,000 meter run-shoot Fields, World hard and our entry standards are event and equestrian jumping. Class Athlete very tough,” said Harmeling. Program, poses A complete list of eligibility on the track with and application procedures can be found on the WCAP website at http://www.thearmywcap.com. his prosthetic “I would recommend that any Soldier looking to join the WCAP join the All-Army Sports limb. Fields who Program through the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation. That’s where lost his leg in they can fine-tune their skills to be able to achieve the high level that it takes to get into Iraq in 2005, is the program,” said Pvt. Julio Saunders, a WCAP taekwondo team member. a 100-meter There are currently 12 coaches and 53 athletes participating in a wide array of sports and 200-meter such as bobsled, fencing, modern pentathlon, shooting and many more sports associated paralympian with both the Winter and Summer Olympic games. with an eye on WCAP also has a Paralympics sports program that includes archery, volleyball and the 2012 track and field. Paralympics in “I would tell any wounded warrior not to give up on athletics if that’s truly where your London. heart is, because if it is truly in your heart, you can overcome it,” said Sgt. Jerrod Fields, Photo by Tim Hipps WCAP Paralympian. Staff Sgt. John Nunn shows his emotion after earning a spot in the London Olympic Games by winning the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for the Fields, who lost his left leg in 2005 after an improvised explosive device explosion in Photo by Tim Hipps 50-kilometer Race Walk with a time of 4 hours, 4 minutes, 41 seconds in Santee, Calif., Jan. 22. Nunn is a member of the World Class Athlete Program. Iraq, is a 100-and 200-meter runner. Boxing nationals Fort Carson hosts the 2012 USA Boxing National Championship Feb. 26-March 3 at the Special Events Center. boxers, 2nd Lt. DeRae Crane and Spc. Jeffrey Spencer, as they compete for a spot on the 2012 Olympic team. boxing from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday-Friday and finals starting at 5 p.m. Saturday. “Fort Carson is honored to host the McLaughlin, garrison commander. “We enjoy an exceptional relationship with our community and we are Admission for all preliminary rounds are free. Tickets for the 14-bout finals March 3 are $12.50 in advance (before cardholders. General admission tickets will be $20 after Feb. 28. For more information visit Tempo Tickets at held at Carson Come out and support two of Fort Carson’s World Class Athlete Program More than 400 boxers are expected to compete in the seven-day event with 2012 USA Boxing National Championships in February,” said Col. Robert F. delighted to support local and national sporting communities.” Feb. 28) or $15 at the door for Department of Defense or military identification http://www.tempotickets.com/tempotickets/ site/pages/event.php?e=1723&c=1.
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Feb. 3, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 25Life can be like gas chamber Commentary by It doesn’t have to be that way. The Bible promises is intimacy with God and contemplation Chap. (Maj.) Matthew Stuart us a comforter and one who knows what we are of the invisible. It is joy in things of the present1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division going through. Nearly 1,700 years ago, Gregory and the substance of things to come.” of Nyssa wrote of the benefits of prayer, which If you are going through the gas chamber today I love my protective mask. I have slept with are applicable to us today: “The effect of prayer is and you have your eyes closed as tight as you can,it by my side for months at a time, and even union with God, and if someone is with you are half way there already.used it as a pillow. The only time I haven’t liked it God, he is separated from the enemy.is when I have had to take it off in the gas chamber. Through prayer we guard our chastity, I have heard some Soldiers develop a tolerance control our temper, and rid ourselvesfor tear gas — not me. My eyes water and my snot of vanity. It makes us forget injuries,runs all the way to my boots every time. And overcomes envy, defeats injusticeevery time, I am reminded of how vulnerable I am. and makes amends for sin. Through The Army conducts nuclear, biological and prayer we obtain physicalchemical training so that each of us will have well-being, a happy home andconfidence in our protective mask to keep us alive in a strong, well ordered society.a chemical environment. Without it we would become Prayer shields theincapacitated and casualties on the battlefield. Weuse tear gas because it is the weakest chemical on the wayfarer, protects the sleeper and gives “Let us have confidence then,shelf and the discomfort and irritation that it causesare temporary and harmless. But the lesson that it courage to those who keep vigil. It and approach God’s throne,teaches is permanent — our protective masks work. I wonder how many of us treat everyday life will refresh you when you are weary and where there is grace. There welike going through the gas chamber. The effects are comfort you when you will receive mercy and findtemporary and harmless so we neglect the very are sorrowful. Prayer isthings that would keep us safe. Even though there the delight of the joyful grace just when we need it. ”is no cumulative harm, we live with the constant as well as the solace — Hebrews 4:16irritation and discomfort. of the afflicted. PrayerChapel briefs Chapel ScheduleFacebook: Search “Fort Carson Chaplains ROMAN CATHOLIC (Religious Support Office)” for the latest Day Time Service Chapel Location Contact Person chapel events and schedules. Saturday 5 p.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769National Prayer Breakfast: The postwide prayer 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 breakfast, sponsored by the Garrison Religious Sunday 10:30 a.m. CRE Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Pat Treacy/524-2458 Support Office and the Division Chaplain, is 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 Feb. 9 from 7-8:30 a.m. at the Special Events Mon-Fri 11:45 a.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 Center. Archbishop of the Military Services Mon-Thurs noon Mass Healer Evans Army Hospital Fr. Nwatawali/526-7347 Timothy P. Broglio will be guest speaker. Call PROTESTANT 526-5279 for more information. Friday 4:30 p.m. Intercessory prayer, Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316Military Council of Catholic Women meets Bible Study Sunday 9 a.m. Protestant Healer Evans Army Hospital Chap. Gee/526-7386 Friday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Soldiers’ Sunday 9 a.m. Liturgical Service Provider Barkeley & Ellis Chap. Landon/526-2803 Memorial Chapel. For more information call Sunday 9:15 a.m. Sunday School Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Heidi McAllister/526-5744 526-5769 or visit “Fort Carson Military Council 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 of Catholic Women” on Facebook. Sunday 11 a.m. Protestant/Gospel Prussman Barkeley & Prussman Ursula Pittman/503-1104Knights of Columbus, a Catholic group for men 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 18 and older, meets the second and fourth Sunday 5 p.m. Protestant Fellowship Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Black/524-1822 Tuesday of the month at Soldiers’ Memorial Tuesday 9:30 a.m. PWOC Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 Chapel. Call 526-5769 for more information.Protestant Women of the Chapel meets Tuesday JEWISH from 9:30 a.m. to noon at Soldiers’ Memorial For information and a schedule of Jewish Sabbath services, call the U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel at 333-2636. Chapel. Free child care is available. Email WICCA firstname.lastname@example.org or visit PWOC Fort Carson Sunday 2 p.m. Provider Chapel, Building 1350, Barkeley and Ellis email@example.com on Facebook for more information. 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 lodgesCatholic Religious Education registration is are traditional Lakota spiritual ceremonies for cleansing, purification and prayer, and are fully sanctioned and supported by the Fort Carson command chaplain. Michael under way for the religious education year, Hackwith is the spiritual adviser. For information and directions call Hackwith or Wendy Chunn-Hackwith at 285-5240 or firstname.lastname@example.org. which runs through May 6 for children age 4 through high school students. Email email@example.com to obtain a registration form. Classes are Sunday from 10:30-11:50 a.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel. Adult Bible study and classes for Latter Day Saints Soldiers: for next event. Enjoy food and fellowship adults seeking to join the Catholic Church Weekly Institute Class (Bible from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. For more are also held during religious education. study) is Wednesday at information call Chap. (Maj.) Glenn PalmerSpanish Bible Study meets at Soldiers’ Memorial 7 p.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial at 526-3888 or 803-319-5296. Chapel Tuesday at 6 p.m. Contact Staff Sgt. Jose Chapel. Call 719-266-0283 Heartbeat, a new support group for battle Varga at 719-287-2016 for more information. or 719-649-1671 for buddies, Family members and friends, meetsCommunity Prayer Lunch is held the third more information. the second Tuesday of each month from Thursday of each month at 11:30 a.m. at Jewish Lunch and Learn with 6:30-8 p.m. at the Fallen Heroes Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel. Lunch is provided; Chap. (Maj.) Howard Fields takes Family Center, building 6215, bring side dishes, salads or desserts. place Wednesday from noon to 1 6990 Mekong St. The groupDeployed Spouses Group meets for fellowship, p.m. at Provider Chapel. For more is open to members of all food and spiritual guidance Wednesday at 5 p.m. information, call 526-8263. branches of service. Contact at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel Fellowship Hall. Bible Bistro: Tuesday cookout Richard Stites at 719-598-6576 Children are welcome to attend. Call Cecilia and Bible study at Veterans or Cheryl Sims at 719-304-9815 for Croft at 526-5769 for more information. Chapel — check Facebook page more information. Has someone in your organization recently received kudos? Contact Mountaineer staff at 526-4144 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
26 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012Government tackles GHG emissions By Mark BradburyEnvironmental Compliance Branch gas emissions indicate that GHGs are steadily rising in the atmosphere from industrial processes. Globally, a number of nations EPA included in its regulations permitting requirements for majorchief, Directorate of Public Works about 280 parts per million in the 1850s have begun a serious effort to address new and modified sources of GHG to approximately 385 ppm currently. man-made GHG emissions. emissions. As a result, Fort Carson is The earth’s atmosphere provides The EPA reports human contribu- Executive Order 13514, signed by considered a major CO2 GHG sourcethe planet with a temperate climate tions to GHG emissions include: President Barack Obama Oct. 8, 2009, under the new EPA regulations. Theand makes it possible to sustain life. • CO2 sources generated from directed executive agencies including Colorado Department of Public HealthThe atmospheric system operates burning of carbon-based fuels, such the Department of Defense, to provide and Environment adopted the EPAlike a green house, allowing the as coal and wood and oil products. a commitment for GHG-emission requirements into their permittingsun’s warming rays to penetrate the • CH4 emissions from the produc- reductions. Since then, DOD authority, which Fort Carson fallsearth’s surface and then retains some tion and transport of coal, natural gas established its goal of reducing GHG under for oversight.of that warmth around the planet. and oil; livestock and other agricultural emissions by 34 percent from the 2008 In 2011, Fort Carson reported The atmosphere contains critical practices; and organic waste decay baseline year totals. DOD also stated emissions of 62,593 metric tons ofgases such as oxygen, nitrogen, carbon in municipal solid waste landfills. reductions would not come from tactical CO2-equivalent GHGs. The 2008dioxide and other trace gases. In • NO2 emissions from agricultural vehicles and equipment operations. baseline total GHG emissions werebalance, these gases, which are called and industrial activities as well as At the federal level, the EPA 77,080 metric tons of CO2-equivalentgreenhouse gases or GHGs, work during combustion of fossil fuels enacted mandatory GHG emissions GHGs, about a19-percent reductionto keep the earth at a life-sustaining and solid waste. reporting for facilities belonging to in GHG emissions at the installation.temperature. If there are too few • Fluorinated gases, which specific source categories or otherwise For more information about airGHGs, the earth becomes a snowball; are synthetic, powerful greenhouse emit more than 25,000 tons of CO2 quality efforts at Fort Carson, call theand with too many, the earth becomes gases generated by a variety of equivalents annually. Additionally, the DPW air program manager at 526-1694.an oven. Both situations end upaltering the earth’s naturally varyingclimatic rhythm causing unpredictable EPA offers tips to improve air qualityenvironmental consequences. Everyone can play a part in reducing GHG emissions from nearly 10 million cars. • Use a push mower, which, unlike a gas or Greenhouse gases are believed to emissions. The following are everyday • Use the microwave — it uses a lot less electric mower, consumes no fossilbe increasing in the earth’s atmosphere strategies provided by the Environmental energy than conventional ovens and fuels and emits no greenhouse gases.and, as a result, may contribute to Protection Agency to improve air quality stoves, especially for heating water.climate change. According to the and even save money in the process. • Turn off lights when they aren’t being used, Green drivingEnvironmental Protection Agency, even when leaving a room for a short period. • Consider carpooling.these gases include carbon dioxide, At home • Buy a programmable thermostat to regulate • Consider walking, using a bike or massCO2; methane, CH4; nitrous oxide, • Don’t use the dryer. Whether electric or temperatures more efficiently. Keep the transportation for most transportationNO2; and fluorinated gases. 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Feb. 3, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 27 Ordnance team wins first league game Story and photo by Walt Johnson matter what the future holds. He said even Mountaineer staff though the team has limited time to get together, he feels good about the way the team came In what may turn out to be one of the best out and played against the infantry team. intramural basketball games played this year, “This is our first game of the year and the the 60th Ordnance Company, 68th Combat first time we have played together as a team all Sustainment Support Battalion, 43rd year. We haven’t even practiced much this year, Sustainment Brigade, team defeated the 1st but we came out today and represented the 60th Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Ordnance well and got a victory,” James said. Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, 44-41 James said it was no accident his team at Waller Physical Fitness Center Jan. 26. came out on top. He said the team showed a The contest featured two quick, athletic lot of guts and determination and played hard, and gifted basketball teams with neither team especially on the defensive end. He said the able to generate more than a five-point lead way the team played showed that it is in good at any point in the game. In fact, the second shape and that it has the all-around game that half of the game was so well played that the makes most teams championship contenders. outcome of the game was in serious doubt James said his team really showed its heart until the final horn blew. and determination when the infantry team Based on this contest, suggesting both stayed close and would not go away. teams playing could be considered serious “When they got back in the game I thought challengers for the post intramural title this it was partly due to the rotation of our players year would get few arguments. But, it is and they took advantage of us not working also safe to say one of the teams has no together a lot. We have not had a chance to chance to win the post title this year. really practice to see who could do what with The ordnance team played its first of four whom so it was hit and miss without rotation games before it leaves the Mountain Post for pattern today. Once they got the jitters out and military training and will not return until April. were able to regroup, we were able to stay in Knowing that it will not play for the post control of the game,” James said. title has not deterred this group of athletes The ordnance team will only play three from coming out to show what they are more games in the intramural league this year capable of doing on the basketball floor. and, judging by the way this team plays, it mayIntramural league players battle for a rebound Jan. 26 at Waller Kevin James, ordnance team head coach, said be good for the rest of the teams that they willPhysical Fitness Center. his team is all about representing the unit no not be challenging for this year’s championship.Mountaineer Sports Feature Trojans triumph Fountain-Fort Carson’s Cameron Hacker, left, shoots over Doherty High School defender Shane Fox during action Jan. 27 at Fountain-Fort Carson High School. The Trojans defeated the Spartans 65-57 in their second home game of the season. The Trojans travel to Pine Creek High School Saturday at 7 p.m. to take on the Eagles. The team then plays two consecutive home games hosting Palmer High School Tuesday and Liberty High School Feb. 10. Both games begin at 7 p.m. Photo by Walt Johnson
28 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012On the BenchMountain Bowl tourneykicks off Saturdayby Walt Johnson The entry fee is $100; deadlineMountaineer staff is Feb. 11 at 8:30 a.m. Contact the bowling center staff at 526-5542 for The Sergeant Audie Murphy more information.Club sponsors its second annual Fort Carson hosts the 2012 USAMountain Post Bowl Saturday at Boxing National ChampionshipsPershing Field. Feb. 27-March 3 at the Special The tournament will be a one-day, Events Center.three-game minimum event featuring This year’s tournament plays a20 teams. Games start at 8 a.m. and are vital role in the qualification processexpected to last until 6 p.m. Prizes will for male athletes for the 2012 Olympicbe awarded to first- and second-place Games in the seven nonqualifiedteams and the champion will be awarded weight divisions, according toa trophy that will be on display in the USA boxing officials. The event’s4th Infantry Division headquarters champions will advance to the secondbuilding, according to club officials. and final international Olympic All proceeds will support the qualifier in Brazil in May.Fort Carson Family Connection Admission is free for theCenter. Contact Dawna Brown at preliminaries, semifinal rounds email@example.com for women’s non-Olympic and men’smore information qualified weight division finals. General Congratulations to the following admission tickets for championshipFountain-Fort Carson athletes who night are $12.50 if purchased by Feb.signed letters of intent Wednesday to 27 and for those with a valid U.S.attend college on athletic scholarships. Olympic Committee, National Photo by Walt Johnson Kevin Davis will play football and Governing Board or Department ofattend Colorado State University in Defense identification card. General High flierFort Collins; Morgan Fox will play admission tickets are $20, beginning Fort Carson intramural all-star player Kenny McKinley grabs a rebound duringfootball and attend CSU-Pueblo; Alex Feb. 28. Tickets are available via Tempo action Saturday at the Special Events Center. The all-star team defeatedWaltenbaugh will compete in track at Tickets at http://www.tempotickets. Buckley Air Force Base.Augustana College in South Dakota; com/tempotickets/site/pages/event.and Chelsie Horton will compete intrack at Missouri State University. One of Fort Carson’s intramuralall-star teams plays at the PepsiCenter in Denver Friday. The post intramural team plays theColorado Kings Friday at 3:30 p.m.This is the second consecutive yeara post all-star team has played atthe Pepsi Center. The Foxhole sports and enter-tainment lounge hosts a Super Bowlparty Sunday beginning at 2 p.m. The lounge will show the gameon a big screen and more than 20flat-screen TVs. The lounge willoffer snacks and have a full menuavailable for purchase. In addition tothe game, there will be a number ofother activities to entertain Soldiersand their Families. Doors open at 2 p.m. with gamesand prizes that will last throughoutthe day. Foxhole officials said peopleshould come early and acquire thesquares needed to win a 42-inchflat-screen TV There will also be gift .cards available and many more prizes. Call 526-5347 for moreinformation. The 28th Military MastersTournament will be held at ThunderAlley Bowling Center Feb. 11-12. The tournament is open to eligiblemilitary United States BowlingCongress members. Qualifying rounds take placeFeb. 11, featuring six games on 12 Photo by Walt Johnsonlanes at 9 a.m. and six games on12 lanes at 1 p.m., according to Attack modebowling officials. The top 16 bowlers A member of the Fort Carson intramural all-stars looks to drive to the basket against the Colorado Kings Sunday at thewill then compete in match play Special Events Center. The two teams meet again Friday at the Pepsi Center in Denver at 3:30 p.m.Feb. 12, beginning at 9 a.m.
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30 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012 Sports fans welcome at Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center Story and photos by Nel Lampe Mountaineer staff It’s only 175 days until the Summer Olympics are held in London July 27-Aug. 12. Fifteen days later the Paralympic Games will also be held in London — Aug. 29-Sept.9. There will be 26 sports in the London Olympics, but baseball and softball have been dropped from the summer program. This is the third time London hosts the Olympics, having hosted in 1908 and 1948. London made the cut in 2005, winning over Moscow, New York City, Paris and Madrid. Television viewers will see some familiar venues such as Wembley Stadium and Wimbledon. The United States had the highest number of medals in the 2008 Olympics with a total of 110 medals. China was second, with 100, followed by Russia with 72, great Britain with 47 and Australia had 46. Fans can begin getting ready for the summer Olympics by taking a free tour of the National Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and visiting the Team USA Shop in the Visitor Center building. The Olympic Training Center opened in 1977 on the site formerly occupied by Ent Air Force Base, which opened during World War II. In 1976 the base was closed after Air Force People walk in front of the Olympic rings and flags on the Olympic Path at the training center in Colorado Springs. Just the Facts • TRAVEL TIME — 15 minutes • FOR AGES — anyone • TYPE — Olympic Training Center • FUN FACTOR — ★★★★ (Out of 5 stars) • WALLET DAMAGE — FREE $ = Less than $20 $$ = $21 to $40 $$$ = $41 to $60 $$$$ = $61 to $80 (BASED ON A FAMILY OF FOUR) Olympians celebrate victories in a statue along the sidewalk leading to the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center at Union Boulevard and Boulder Street. Free tours are available 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Saturday.
Feb. 3, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 31units were moved to Peterson Air Force Base. Ent Air Force Baseproperty was returned to the city. The Olympic Committee leased the property to create a trainingcenter. In the beginning, military buildings were used to house, feedand train athletes, while construction and improvements were ongoing. The training complex occupies 37 acres and now has severalstate-of-the-art facilities used by athletes in training. About 500athletes and coaches can be accommodated at the training centerat one time, with a dining facility and two residence halls on site. State-of-the-art-facilities include a sports medicine and sportscience center, an aquatics center and two sports centers, one thataccommodates nine sports and one that accommodates 14 sports.The Olympic Shooting Center at the training center is the thirdlargest in the world and several world records have been set there. About five blocks away from the training center, in MemorialPark, is a world-class velodrome. It has a 333.3-meter track, bankedat 33 degrees and is one of the top-rated velodromes in the world. Skaters train in the Ice Hall near the Colorado SpringsWorld Arena. Other training facilities are used by U.S. athletes — LakePlacid, N.Y., and Chula Vista, Calif. In addition to the Olympic Training Center, 12 USOC memberorganizations have a national headquarters on the complex and13 other organizations have facilities in Colorado Springs. Headquarters for the U.S. Olympic Committee administrationis located in downtown Colorado Springs. Tours at the Olympic Training Center are conducted from 9a.m.-4 p.m., on the hour, Monday through Saturday. Reservationsare not necessary except for groups of 10 or more. About 130,000visitors take the tour each year. “Olympic Strength” is a larger than life depiction of four Olympic Visitors should arrive at the tour desk just inside the Visitor athletes, near the Visitor Center at the Olympic Training Center.Center about 10 minutes before the hour and ask for a tour. Although visitors can take a self-guided tour, the guidedtour has a knowledgeable guide who knows history and factsabout the training center and can answer questions. Tours start with a 10-minute video of the Vancouver Olympicshighlights in the auditorium, then the tour guide takes the groupalong the Olympic path strewn with silhouettes of all sports inthe Pan American games, pointing out the facilities and visitingsome of the facilities. Depending on the sports in training and schedules, tourgroups may be able to observe athletes in training. When the tour is finished, visitors may visit the rooftop displayof the Olympic Flame. The flame is lit during the Olympic Games. The Hall of Fame is in the Visitor Center building and threeOlympic torches are displayed on the wall by the exit. The Team USA shop is in the Visitor Center and is stockedwith Olympic sports clothing for adults and children. Items featuringthe London Games are expected to be in the shop by April 1. No refreshments are available at the Visitor Center, otherthan vending machines near the tour desk. A clock near the visitor center counts down the time untilthe 2012 Olympics. The tour desk phone number is 719-866-2538. The Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center is west of theintersection of Union Boulevard and Boulder Street, at One OlympicPlaza. Tell the guard you are going to the Visitor Center for a tour. Several Olympic sports statues are along the path in frontof the Visitor Center. The Dave Schultz Memorial International, with men’s free style, men’s Greco-Roman and women’s senior free style wrestling events, runs through Saturday at Sports Center I The Olympic flame is on top of the Visitor Center building at the and Sports Center II at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center. The flame is lit during Olympic Training Center. Tickets the Olympic Games. are $4-$15 at the door. See the event schedule at http://www.themat.com/events, or call 598-8181. Places to see in the Pikes Peak area.
32 MOUNTAINEER — Feb. 3, 2012 GET • “Stuart Little,” an Imagination along Manitou Avenue. For information Out Celebration production, is in the Pikes Peak Center April 23. Lobby activities are at 6 p.m.; call 685-5089. the show starts at 7 p.m. Dinosaur Resource Center — invites teachers to For tickets to any of these events, call 530- Teacher Appreciation Weekend Friday-Sunday. There SHOW or visit the box office at 190 S. Cascade Ave. will be free admission and a tour of the museum for teachers with proof of teaching status. The Four Continents figure skating championships center is at 201 Fairview St., in Woodland Park.Chamber Orchestra of the Springs presents will be in the World Arena Tuesday-Feb. 12. music from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Practice sessions will be Tuesday-Wednesday; Harlem Globetrotters World Tour — is in the and other works at the First Christian Church, the Men’s Short Program is Thursday; the World Arena March 1 at 7 p.m. Tickets are at 16 E. Platte Ave., Sunday at 2:30 p.m. A Ladies Short Program and the Men’s Free the World Arena box office, call 576-2626. pre-concert lecture begins at 1:45 p.m. Tickets Skate are Friday; the Pairs Short Program, Short are $5-$20; call 633-3649 for information. Dance and Ladies Free Skate are Saturday; and Free days at Denver attractions — Denver the Pairs Free Skate, Free Dance and Skating Zoo has free days Sunday and Monday. TheImagination Celebration presents “Mufaro’s Spectacular are Sunday. Tickets are sold at zoo, at 2300 Steele St., is in City Park. Beautiful Daughters” in the Pikes Peak Center, http://www.2012fourcontinents.com. The zoo is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 190 S. Cascade Ave. Call 477-2142 for tickets • The Denver Art Museum has free admission and information. The show is Friday World Arena has these performances scheduled: Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for non-ticketed at 7 p.m. and lobby activities begin at 6 p.m. • Cirque du Soleil: Dralion has eight exhibits. The museum is at 100 W. 14th Avenue Children are encouraged to dress in their pajamas performances Feb. 22-26. Parkway, http://www.denverartmuseum.org. for this family theater experience, including • “The Thorn,” a dramatic portrayal of the hands-on activities. Treats follow the show. passion of Christ, is in the World Arena for Handbell Festival — More than 20 handbell four performances March 30-April 1. choirs will participate in the free 29th AnnualPikes Peak Center — Upcoming events at • “Disney on Ice - 100 Years of Magic” will be Southern Colorado Handbell Festival Feb. 18 the theater are: in the World Arena for seven performances April at 7:30 p.m. at the City Auditorium downtown. • “Disney Live! Phineas and Ferb” 5-8, including several daytime performances. is in the theater Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Contact the World Arena box office at 576-2626 Academy Concerts presents — “Diavalo” Feb. 10. • “My Fair Lady” is in the Pikes Peak or visit http://www.worldarena-tickets.org. The show features dancers, gymnasts, athletes Center Wednesday-Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. and actors. Call 333-4497 for tickets and each night. Manitou Springs holds its Mumbo Jumbo information, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. • Randy Travis is in concert in Gumbo Cookoff Feb. 18, in downtown the theater Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. Manitou Springs — another of the town’s Western Museum of Mining and Industry — • “Reformation,” presented by the unusual, fun fests. Amateurs and professional shows appreciation during February to active - Colorado Springs Philharmonic, is at cooks prepare their gumbo and compete duty military members who show military 8 p.m. Feb. 18 and 2:30 p.m. Feb. 19. for best gumbo. No admission is charged, identification. Family members receive $1 • Chris Isaak is in the Pikes Peak Center tastes are two for $1. The cooking starts at discount. The museum is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., March 12 at 7:30 p.m. 8 a.m., tastings begin at 11 a.m., in Soda Monday-Saturday. 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