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    • Vol. 70 No. 23 June 8, 2012 Word of the month: Excellence From left, Sgt. Daniel Morris, Company B, Warrior Transition Battalion; Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson, commanding general, 4th Infantry Division and Fort Carson; Sgt. Christopher Champion, Company A, WTB; and division senior enlisted leader, Command Sgt. Maj. Brian Stall, lead 10,000 Soldiers during the four-mile installation run Monday, signifying the start of Iron Horse Week. Photo by Sgt. Khori JohnsonIron Horse Week kicks off By Pfc. Andrew Ingram 4th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office The first to arrive at Iron Horse Park, Anderson and Stall cheered on units from 4th Inf. Div.’s four brigade Horse Week, Anderson asked all to remember the Fort Carson units and Soldiers currently deployed in combat teams and Headquarters and Headquarters defense of the nation. More than 10,000 Fort Carson Soldiers took to Battalion. The command team congratulated Fort “First and foremost, I want to thank all of you forthe streets, June 4, in a show of solidarity and Army Carson Soldiers from 43rd Sustainment Brigade, 759th what you do, but keep 4th Brigade (Combat Team) intradition, officially beginning Iron Horse Week. Military Police Battalion, 4th and 52nd Engineer your thoughts and prayers, along with our other 4th Infantry Division and Fort Carson commanding battalions, 71st Ordnance Group (Explosive Ordnance deployed units, as we have fun this week,” he said.general, Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson, and senior Disposal), 10th Combat Support Hospital, U.S. Army Throughout the week, Soldiers are competing inenlisted leader, Command Sgt. Maj. Brian Stall, led Garrison Fort Carson, Medical Department Activity a variety of sports and tournaments, ranging frombrigade combat teams and tenant units from across and Airmen from 13th Air Support Operation paintball and rock climbing to football and bowling.post during a four-mile run, signaling the start of a Squadron, 3rd Air Support Operation Group, for Whether playing against or cheering forweek of friendly competition, unit camaraderie and finishing the double-time run “Iron Horse Strong.” comrades participating in the Modern Armyesprit de corps. The run motivated Soldiers and built esprit de Combatives tournament at the Special Events Center, “I’d ask you to enjoy it, make the most of it,” corps among the troops, setting the stage for the rest or the archery and marksmanship competitions atAnderson said. “It’s all in the spirit of competition, of the week, said Spc. Charles McCoy, infantryman, Fort Carson’s Outdoor Recreation Center andbut it is also in the spirit of fun as we build up toward Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st BCT.the division’s 95th birthday.” See Iron Horse on Page 4 Before dismissing the troops to celebrate Iron Message board INSIDE Privately owned weapons range firing event Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. From Specker Avenue turn on Cobra Lane near Gate 20. Turn right at tank trail and follow red safety flag. Pages 22-23 Page 13 Page 19
    • 2 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012 MOUNTAINEERCommanding General:Garrison Commander: Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson Leaders honor Army birthday “Blessed to live in the land of the free, you could Vietnam to the Persian Gulf, we answered our nation’s Col. David L. Grosso have opted for an easier path. But you know that freedom every call to preserve peace and stability. And, followingFort Carson Public Affairs Officer: is not free. And so you volunteered and you stepped the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, our Army made the Dee McNutt forward, and you raised your hand and you took an decisive contribution to the global struggle against violent oath — to protect and defend; to serve a cause greater extremism. Today, more than a decade later, as we reflectChief, Print and Web Communications: than yourself, knowing, in a time of war, you could be on our accomplishments in Iraq, continue to serve our Rick Emert sent into harm’s way.” nation’s interests in Afghanistan and elsewhere and protectEditor: Devin Fisher — President Barack Obama, Washington, Feb. 29 the American people at home, we remain vigilant as weStaff writer: Andrea Sutherland On June 14, 237 years ago, our nation’s leaders prepare for the challenges of an uncertain future. established the Continental Army to protect oppressed Despite all this, some things have never changed. OurHappenings: Nel Lampe colonists yearning for freedom — beginning our Army’s Army has always remained true to our enduring professionalSports writer: Walt Johnson rich heritage of defending our country and her citizens. values: we value the dignity and respect of all our Soldiers,Layout/graphics: Jeanne Mazerall Today, we celebrate the generations of Soldiers who Families and civilians; we honor the sacred trust our embraced this calling and have served this great nation nation places with us; and, we remain our nation’s loyal This commercial enterprise newspaper is with honor, loyalty and bravery in peace and war for servants — defending the principles upon which ouran authorized publication for members of the more than two centuries. Declaration of Independence and Constitution wereDepartment of Defense. Contents of the Change has always been an enduring theme of our established. For 237 years, America’s Army has alwaysMountaineer are not necessarily the official Army’s experience. After our long war for independence, answered the nation’s call, and we always will.view of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government or we adapted to meet the needs of an expanding nation — On the Army’s birthday, we thank every Soldier,the Department of the Army. Printed circulationis 12,000 copies. securing frontiers, building roads and canals and mapping civilian and Family member who has ever served in our The editorial content of the new territories. In the 20th century, we fought two world ranks for your dedication to duty and the selfless serviceMountaineer is the responsibility of the Public wars to defeat tyranny and spread the cause of freedom — that have made us all Army Strong.Affairs Office, Fort Carson, CO 80913-5119, emerging as the stabilizing global force. From Korea to Happy birthday.Tel.: 526-4144. The e-mail address isfcmountaineer@hotmail.com. The Mountaineer is posted on the Raymond F. Chandler III Raymond T. Odierno John M. McHughInternet at http://csmng.com. Sergeant Major of the Army General, United States Army Secretary of the Army The Mountaineer is an unofficial Chief of Staffpublication authorized by AR 360-1. TheMountaineer is printed by Colorado SpringsMilitary Newspaper Group, a private firm inno way connected with the Department of the Flag Day: long may it waveArmy, under exclusive written contract withFort Carson. It is published 49 times per year. The appearance of advertising in thispublication, including inserts or supplements,does not constitute endorsement by theDepartment of the Army or Colorado SpringsMilitary Newspaper Group, of the products or Commentary by Nel Lampe about the flag because America has images that came from 9/11 were thoseservices advertised. The printer reserves the Mountaineer staff no royalty. No sovereign. No queen. No pictures of the flag raised from theright to reject advertisements. Everything advertised in this publication king. Perhaps Americans feel about rubble in New York City and the flagshall be made available for purchase, use or Servicemembers who’ve lived on the flag as citizens of some countries that was hung from the Pentagon.patronage without regard to race, color, religion, post get used to the sounding of feel about their sovereign. The U.S. flag is a rallying cry forsex, national origin, age, marital status, physical reveille and retreat. That thought had never before Americans. It moves us, unites us.handicap, political affiliation or any other To those of us civilians who work occurred to me, but the writer of that Not all countries’ citizens feelnonmerit factor of the purchaser, user or patron.If a violation or rejection of this equal on post, hearing it occasionally can article made some good points that about their flag the way Americansopportunity policy by an advertiser is confirmed, be a real treat. stuck with me. do about ours. Not everybody showsthe printer shall refuse to print advertising While attending a three-month Section 8J of the U.S. Flag the same level of reverence to theirfrom that source until the violation is corrected. Public Affairs Officer Course at Fort Code states “The flag represents a country’s national anthem or its flag;For display advertising call 634-5905. Benjamin Harrison, Ind., I lived in living country and is itself considered they don’t fly it from car antennas, All correspondence or queries regardingadvertising and subscriptions should be directed quarters on post. I never tired of hearing a living thing.” wear it on their lapel or sleeve, fly itto Colorado Springs Military Newspaper reveille and retreat; a twice-daily On Sept. 11, 2001, like many in front of businesses or in front ofGroup, 31 E. Platte Avenue, Suite 300, reminder that I am lucky to live in Americans, I watched television footage their homes. But in America, we do.Colorado Springs, CO 80903, phone 634-5905. the greatest country in the world. of the attack on the World Trade Center Thursday is Flag Day. The Second The Mountaineer’s editorial content is I live about seven miles from in New York City before heading for Continental Congress passed aedited, prepared and provided by the PublicAffairs Office, building 1430, room 265, Fort Fort Carson, and occasionally I hear work at Fort Carson that morning. resolution June 14, 1777, adoptingCarson, CO 80913-5119, phone 526-4144. reveille early in the morning when Returning home that evening, I the flag.“Resolved: that the flag of the Releases from outside sources are so weather and conditions are just right. saw that U.S. flags were flying at United States be made of 13 stripes,indicated. The deadline for submissions to the It gets my patriotism going. several houses in my neighborhood. alternate red and white; that the unionMountaineer is close of business the week Sometimes, some employees who It took a split second to realize why. be 13 stars, white in a blue field,before the next issue is published. TheMountaineer staff reserves the right to edit are still in building 1430 at the end of Patriotism. Pride. Unity. representing a new constellation.” Now,submissions for newspaper style, clarity and the day hear the chapel chimes; and the With no order from the governor there are 50 stars in that constellation.typographical errors. retreat ceremony begins with the cannon or president, everyday citizens, For 235 years, our nation’s flag Policies and statements reflected in the and “To the Colors.” Drawn to the on this day when our country had has flown over the Capitol and thenews and editorial columns represent views window, sometimes we watch as a detail been attacked by terrorists, these White House in Washington, D.C., inof the individual writers and under nocircumstances are to be considered those of of Soldiers takes the flag down in a Americans, individually, had been front of post offices and post andthe Department of the Army. ceremony paying respect to the flag. motivated to take their own flag base headquarters all over the world, Reproduction of editorial material is We see cars stopped along the and hang it on their flag pole. and in the hearts of Americans.authorized. Please credit accordingly. street as the driver salutes the flag as Some of the most memorable God bless America. it slowly descends the pole. Occasionally, a youngster stands beside a Soldier, imitating his parent’s salute as he learns the proper way to The Star-Spangled Banner pay respect to the country’s flag. By Francis Scott Key A few years ago I read an article Classified advertising — I’m not sure of the author — in 329-5236 which the writer tried to explain why Oh, say can you see by the dawn’s early light Display advertising Americans have such strong feelings What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming? 634-5905 about the U.S. flag. After all, it’s just a piece of cloth, three colors of fabric Whose broad stripes and bright stars thru the perilous fight, Mountaineer editor sewn together to make 13 stripes and a O’er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming? 526-4144 field of 50 white stars. Nothing real And the rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air, special about that — it’s just cloth. Post information But let some dissidents or Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. 526-5811 protestors take a match to that cloth, Oh, say does that Star-Spangled Banner yet wave Post weather hotline and American citizens get upset. The writer of the article said that O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave? 526-0096 perhaps Americans feel so strongly
    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 3 Hibner takes over 4th Eng. Bn. Story and photo by Pfc. Andrew Ingram dedication to the mission. 4th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office “You’re some of the best out there,” Green said. “Thanks for always telling it to me straight; Soldiers of 4th Engineer Battalion gathered and understanding that this is your battalion, at Manhart Field May 30 to bid farewell to your Family.” outgoing battalion commander, Col. Bryan “It was my hope to be a Soldier’s colonel,” he Green, and senior enlisted leader, Command said. “If I made one Soldier, one Family, one life, Sgt. Maj. Lauro Obeada. a little bit better, then I succeeded.” Green passed the battalion colors to incoming Officially assuming his new role as the 4th commander, Lt. Col. Daniel Hibner, during a Eng. Bn. commander, Hibner expressed excitement change of command ceremony, signifying the at the prospect of leading a unit with a long transition of authority for the “Vanguard” Battalion. history of service and accomplishment. Reviewing officer, Col. Nicholas Katers, “It’s a battalion that has been at the tip of commander, 555th Engineer Brigade, Joint Base the spear for the nation, on the cutting edge of the Lewis-McChord, Wash., commended Green for his battlefield,” Hibner said. “They are selfless dedication to training, mentoring and developing servants, and I couldn’t be more proud to be his Soldiers as leaders during his time with the leading some of the nation’s very best Soldiers.” Vanguard Battalion. Green departs Fort Carson to take command “Colonel Green’s focus embraced the concept of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Far East that the primary function of the leadership is to District, at Camp Yongsan, Korea. produce more leaders,” Katers said. “In keeping Obeada, slated to take responsibility for with that theme, the opportunity exists today to training and mentoring the 18th Engineer give another great officer the reigns of command.” Brigade at Tompkins Barracks in Schwetzingen, During Green’s nearly two years with the Germany, said he expects nothing but the best battalion, he and Obeada implemented programs from the Soldiers of the Vanguard Battalion. to improve leadership skills of junior noncommis- “I have been very blessed and honored to sioned officers, and centered the formation serve in the 4th Eng. Bn., one of the best battalions around the history and traditions of the U.S. in the Army,” he said. “I wish the new commandCol. Nicholas Katers, right, commander, 555th Engineer Brigade, Army and combat engineers. team the best of luck. I know they are going topasses the 4th Engineer Battalion colors to incoming commander, Addressing the Vanguards for the last time, take this battalion to even greater heights.”Lt. Col. Daniel Hibner, entrusting him with the responsibility Green shared his favorite memories of the battalion, Command Sgt. Maj. Jon Stanley is slated toof commanding the “Vanguard” Battalion, during a ceremony at and thanked the Soldiers for adhering to the highest take over Obeada’s responsibilities as the battalion’sManhart Field, May 30. of Army standards and for their unwavering senior enlisted leader upon his arrival in August.
    • 4 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012 Iron Horse recognizing the week’s top competitors at the from Page 1 individual and unit level, presenting trophies to the victors at 5:30 p.m. Range 45, Iron Horse Week provides Soldiers, The 4th Inf. Div. command team will pre- their Families and friends the opportunity to sent the winning battalions with Commander’s come together and play, he said. Cups; each battalion will maintain the cup “It’s pretty neat to see the whole post out until the next annual Iron Horse Week. The here,” McCoy said. “The run was about cama- winning battalion of the combatives tournament raderie, but this week is about bragging rights. will receive the Fight House Cup to be displayed It’s competition mode now; it’s at its battalion headquarters until the next about which unit is the best at Fort Carson combatives tourna- wrestling, boxing, running.” ment. The winning battalion of Leaders across the post the boxing tournament will adjusted training sched- receive the World Class ules and prioritized unit Athlete Program Boxing duties and responsibilities Winner’s Belt to be kept at to provide troops the oppor- its battalion headquarters tunity to take a break for the until the next post boxing sake of having a little fun. tournament. “Balancing our mis- The awards ceremony sion at the unit, and the will be followed by enter- sports we are competing in is tainment from the U.S. Air actually bringing our unit Force Reserve Rock Band Max closer together,” said 2nd Lt. Impact, beginning at Iron Horse Richard Garcia, platoon leader, Park at 6 p.m., and contemporary Company C, 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry musical act, Daughtry at 7 p.m. The concert Regiment, 1st BCT, 4th Inf. Div. “We have is only open to Department of Defense something to look forward to when we come into identification cardholders and their guests. work in the morning. Yes we are (working), but Event schedules and competition brackets Photo by Staff Sgt. Michael Cruz after we are done with the mission, we can go are available at http://carspublic.carson.Col. Joel Tyler, commander, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry out and support our team, our battle buddies.” army.mil/ihw/iron.aspx.Division, leads “Raider” Soldiers through Iron Horse Park during an Iron Horse Week will wrap up with an See pages 8-9 for more Iron Horseinstallation run, Monday. awards ceremony Friday at Iron Horse Park, Week photos.Street breakfast kicks off rodeo AER Campaign By Nel Lampe Mountaineer staff are planning to have enough pancakes and eggs for 7,000 people. Serving lines close at 9 a.m. said the breakfast also is a send-off for the 175 Range Riders who take a five- day horseback ride around the area, ends June 15 Officials with the The Colorado Springs Street “We’ve done this 51 times and we’ve continuing the tradition of promoting Army EmergencyBreakfast isn’t like other pancake got it figured out,” Singleton said. “I the rodeo. This will be the 64th ride for Relief Campaignbreakfasts. This breakfast is actually in think it’s a good thing to do. Some of the the Range Riders, whose membership is hope to raisethe street — smack dab in the middle of funds from the street breakfast come composed of local businessmen and $200,000 and will bePikes Peak Avenue and Tejon Street back to Soldiers at Fort Carson.” local citizens who support the rodeo. accepting donationsdowntown. Streets are roped off, and Soldiers from 1st, 2nd and 3rd “This (breakfast) is definitely a through June 15. LastSoldiers bring field kitchens in and Brigade Combat Teams and 43rd family event,” Axton said. “There year the campaigncook up a mess of pancakes to feed Sustainment Brigade, 4th Inf. Div., as well are generations of families that attend raised $126,187.hungry diners who line up early to get as 4th and 52nd Engineer Battalions and the breakfast.” Money collecteda breakfast of pancakes, eggs, coffee or 759th Military Police Battalion will Axton said there will be a children’s during the annualmilk. Diners grab a place on a hay bale, participate in breakfast preparation. area, with activities that will keep campaign provideshunker down and gobble up those The street breakfast has been a them occupied, such as balloons, face emergency financialpancakes while listening to music Colorado Springs tradition for 52 years. painting and games. assistance to Soldiersprovided by The Durango Drifters. The Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo debuted Radio and television stations and Family members. June 20, the Street breakfast is the in 1937, and the street breakfast was broadcast live from the street breakfast. Soldiers may donatebiggest thing in town. started by a booster club to build interest Tickets to the breakfast are actually through their unit Sgt. Maj. Willie Singleton, 4th project officer. All for the rodeo. souvenir “wooden nickels” and cost $5 community membersInfantry Division food service supervisor, The Sertoma Club took over the on site. People can buy wooden nickels may donate cash,said he’s taking about 90 people at 1 a.m. breakfast in 1960, and along with the for $4 until the day before the breakfast check or allotmenton the day of the breakfast to start the Pikes Peak Range Riders and Fort by calling 526-5249. Children under 5 by visiting Armypreparation work and put on the coffee. Carson Soldiers, continue the tradition. eat free. Western attire is encouraged. Community Service, “We’ll be ready to serve at 5:30 Brett Axton, liaison for the Sertoma Parking is along the streets at building 1526.a.m.,” he said. Food service personnel Club and the Pikes Peak Range Riders, meters or in city parking garages. WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/4THID WWW.TWITTER.COM/@4THINFDIV WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/USER/THE4ID WWW.FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/THE4ID WWW.SLIDESHARE.NET/THE4ID
    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 5Army celebrates 237 years of service, sacrifice By Pfc. Andrew Ingram have made,” he said. “I, personally, try to focus on than a dozen wars and conflicts, the U.S. Army has 4th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office being better, today, than I was yesterday. I look at conducted combat operations on five continents and it as my way of paying back all those warriors who provided humanitarian aid to countries and people In the summer of 1775, the Continental Congress have paid the ultimate sacrifice.” around the world.organized the Continental Army to supplement local Jefferson challenged all Soldiers to develop Soldiers at every level of the formation shouldmilitia forces during the Revolutionary War. themselves by learning as much as they can about focus on the adversity and triumph American Soldiers More than two centuries after its inception, Army traditions and history. experienced throughout the nation’s history, said Sgt.Soldiers of the U.S. Army continue to defend the For instance, the Roman cuirass located in the Seanan McMullen, infantryman, Headquarters andConstitution and freedom of the American people. U.S. center of the Department of Army Emblem is a Headquarters Troop, 2nd Special Troops Battalion,Soldiers across the world will celebrate the Army’s symbol of strength and defense; the sword, esponton, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division.237th birthday Thursday, conducting ceremonies, musket, bayonet, cannon, mortar, cannon balls and “We’ve gone more than 200 years as an Army, asattending Army balls and reflecting on the men and mortar bombs represent the armaments used in defense a nation,” said McMullen, who returned to Fortwomen who served and sacrificed in defense of of the nation, according to the Institute of Heraldry. Carson May 26, after a yearlong deployment toAmerican liberty. Above the weapons, the emblem sports the Afghanistan. “We came from almost nothing, and we Learning the history and traditions of the Army motto, “This We’ll Defend,” a symbol originally became one of the greatest nations in the world.gives Soldiers a sense of pride in their service and a depicted on American Colonial flags during the “I’m honored to be part of such a great insti-standard of behavior and actions, said Command Sgt. Revolutionary War. tution,” he said.Maj. Wardell Jefferson, senior enlisted leader, “This is all a part of our professional development In celebration of another year of Army history,Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 4th Inf. Div. and it plays an important role in developing our Fort Carson will host the 237th Army Birthday Ball “We celebrate because, along with the 237 years force,” Jefferson said. “We must know where we and celebrate the 95th Anniversary of the 4th Infantrythe Army has been in existence, comes 237 years of came from in order to know where we are going.” Division at the Special Events Center June 16.history that all Soldiers should be aware of,” Jefferson Earning recognition for participating in more The birthday ball has become an integral part insaid. “We are professionals of the finest the tradition and pageantry of theArmy in the world and we should know Army, said Master Sgt. Stephenwhat that means.” Acord, noncommissioned officer-in- It is important for Soldiers to use charge, intelligence office, 2nd Brigadethe examples of heroism demonstrated Combat Team, 4th Inf. Div.throughout the Army’s history as “Every Soldier should attend a ballmotivation to improve themselves and at least one time in their careertheir organizations, said Jefferson. to experience that tradition and to With the signing of the Declaration celebrate the history of the Army, as aof Independence, the Continental Army whole,” he said.began developing its heraldry to meet the Tickets are on sale at Fort Carsonneeds of identifying Soldiers and their Information, Tickets and Registrationunits. Creating flags, staffs, emblems Office or online at http://bit.ly/KdAb6U.and mottos captured the history of For more information on FortArmy branches and its regiments. Carson’s 237th Army Birthday Ball, “I think it should be a time to reflect call 526-1867, or go to http://www.on the sacrifices that those before us mwrfortcarson.com/event.php?cn=1506.
    • 6 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012Miscellaneous Fort Carson dining facilities hours of operationThe Fort Carson Inspector General’s Office — Dining facility Friday Saturday-Sunday Monday-Thursday will offer limited services in building 1659 Stack Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. Monday-June 15. The IG office will reopen with Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. full service June 18 in its new location, building Dinner: 5-6:30 p.m. Dinner: 5-6:30 p.m. Dinner: 5-6:30 p.m. 1668, north of the Magrath Avenue and Wolf Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. Closed Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. Prussman Boulevard intersection. Call 526-3900 Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. for more information. Dinner: Closed Dinner: 5-6:30 p.m.Self-Help Weed Control Program — Department of Defense regulations require training for people Warfighter Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. Closed Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. applying pesticides on military installations. Units (Wilderness Road Complex) Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. interested in participating in the program must Dinner: Closed Dinner: 5-6:30 p.m. send Soldiers for training on the proper handling, LaRochelle Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. Closed Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. transportation and application of herbicides. Once 10th SFG(A) Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. individuals are properly trained by the Directorate Dinner: Closed Dinner: 5-6:30 p.m. of Public Works base operations contractor, Soldiers can be issued the appropriate products Carson. Services range from repair and maintenance 12:30-3:30 p.m. The orientations discuss DLA and equipment so units can treat weeds in rocked of facilities to equipping units with a sweeper and processes to include turning in excess property, areas around their unit facilities. Weed control cleaning motor pools. Listed below are phone reutilizing government property, web-based tools training sessions for Soldiers are available the first numbers and points of contact for services: available, special handling of property and and third Monday of the month, May-September, • Facility repair/service orders — Fort environmental needs. To schedule an orientation, from 10 a.m. to noon in building 3708. Products Carson Support Services service order desk can be contact Arnaldo Borrerorivera at arnaldo. and equipment will be available for Soldiers on a reached at 526-5345. Use this number for emergencies borrerorivera@dla.mil for receiving/turn in; Mike hand receipt. Each unit may send up to five people or routine tasks and for reporting wind damage, Welsh at mike.welsh@dla.mil for reutilization/web for training. Call 492-0166 for more information. damaged traffic signs or other facility damage. tools; or Rufus Guillory at rufus.guillory@dla.mil.Finance travel processing — All inbound and • Refuse/trash and recycling — Call Eric Retirement briefings — are held from 8 a.m. to noon outbound Temporary Lodging Expense, “Do it Bailey at 719-491-0218 or email eric.e.bailey4. the second and third Wednesday of each month at Yourself ” Moves, servicemember and Family civ@mail.mil when needing trash containers, trash the Joel Hefley Community Center conference room, member travel, travel advance pay and travel pay is overflowing or emergency service is required. 6800 Prussman Ave. The Retirement Services Office inquiries will be handled in building 1218, room 231. • Facility custodial services — Call Bryan recommends spouses accompany Soldiers to the Call 526-4454 or 524-2594 for more information. Dorcey at 526-6670 or email bryan.s.dorcey.civ@ briefing. Call 526-2840 for more information.First Sergeants’ Barracks Program — is located in mail.mil for service needs or to report complaints. Reassignment briefings — are held Tuesdays building 1454 on Nelson Boulevard. The hours of • Elevator maintenance — Call Bryan for Soldiers heading overseas and Thursdays for operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. The Dorcey at 526-6670 or email bryan.s.dorcey.civ personnel being reassigned stateside. The briefings office assists Soldiers with room assignments and @mail.mil. are held in building 1129, Freedom Performing Arts terminations. For more information call 526-9707. • Motor pool sludge removal/disposal — Center; sign-in is at 7 a.m. and briefings start at 7:30Sergeant Audie Murphy Club — The Fort Carson Call Dennis Frost at 526-6997 or email a.m. Soldiers are required to bring Department Sergeant Audie Murphy Club meets the third dennis.j.frost.civ@mail.mil. of the Army Form 5118, signed by their unit Tuesday of each month at the Family Connection • Repair and utility/self-help — Call Gary personnel section, and a pen to complete forms. Center from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The SAMC is Grant at 526-5844 or email gerald.l.grant2.civ Call 526-4730/4583 for more information. open to all active members and those interested in @mail.mil. Use this number to obtain self-help Army ROTC Green to Gold briefings — are held becoming future SAMC members. The club was tools and equipment or a motorized sweeper. the first and third Tuesday of each month at noon originally a U.S. Forces Command organization of • Base operations contracting officer at the education center, building 1117, room 120. elite noncommissioned officers but is now an representative — Call Terry Hagen at 526-9262 Call University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Armywide program for individuals who have met or email terry.j.hagen.civ@mail.mil for questions Army ROTC at 262-3475 for more information. the criteria and have proven themselves to be on snow removal, grounds maintenance and ETS briefings — for enlisted personnel are held outstanding NCOs through a board/leadership contractor response to service orders. the first and third Wednesday of each month. process. Contact the SAMC president, Staff Sgt. • Portable latrines — Call Jerald Just at Briefing sign in begins at 7 a.m. at the Soldier Thomas Witt, at 526-5661 for more information. 524-0786 or email jerald.j.just.civ@mail.mil to Readiness Building, building 1042, room 244,Command Evaluation and Training Team — request latrines, for service or to report damaged on a first-come, first-served basis. Soldiers must COMET provides commanders at all levels with a or overturned latrines. be within 120 days of their expiration term of responsive maintenance and supply assessment and The Fort Carson Trial Defense Service office — is service, but must attend the briefing no later than training tool that improves the combat effectiveness, able to help Soldiers 24/7 and is located at building 30 days prior to their ETS or start of transition readiness and efficiency of their units’ logistical 1430, room 240. During duty hours, Soldiers should leave. Call 526-2240/8458. programs. The team identifies supply and mainte- call 526-4563. The 24-hour phone number for after Special Forces briefings — are held Wednesdays in nance weaknesses and problems, and provides hours, holidays and weekends is 719-358-3275. building 1430, room 123, from noon to 1 p.m. individual and unit reinforcement training based on Questions can also be submitted by email to Soldiers must be specialist to staff sergeant from any assessments. Results remain confidential for the unit FtCarsonTDS@gmail.com. Know your rights. military occupational specialty, have a general commander only. COMET provides assistance in Legal services — provided at the Soldier Readiness technical score of at least 107, be a U.S. citizen, score the majority of maintenance and supply management Processing site are for Soldiers undergoing the SRP 240 or higher on the Army Physical Fitness Test, and areas with one-on-one training, and by conducting process. The SRP Legal Office will only provide pass a Special Forces physical. Call 524-1461 or follow-up visits. The team also conducts classes to powers of attorney or notary services to Soldiers visit the website at http://www.bragg.army.mil/sorb. help strengthen supply skills and improve mainte- processing through the SRP. Retirees, Family nance readiness. Contact Tim Howarth at 503-3095 members and Soldiers not in the SRP process can Hours of Operation or thomas.howarth3.ctr@mail.mil for information. receive legal assistance and powers of attorney atRecycle incentive program — The Directorate of the main legal office located at 1633 Mekong St., • In-processing — Monday-Thursday from Public Works has an incentive program to prevent building 6222, next to the Family Readiness Center. 7:30-10:30 a.m. recyclable waste from going to the landfill. Legal assistance prepares powers of attorney and • Initial and partial issues — Monday- Participating battalions can earn monetary rewards performs notary services on a walk-in basis from Friday from 12:30-3:30 p.m. for turning recyclable materials in to the Fort Carson 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays-Wednesdays and • Cash sales/report of survey — Monday- Recycle Center, building 155. Points are assigned for Fridays, and from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursdays. Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. the pounds of recyclable goods turned in and every • Direct exchange and partial turn ins — participating battalion receives money quarterly. Call Briefings Monday-Friday from 7:30-11:30 a.m. 526-5898 for more information about the program. • Full turn ins — by appointment only; callDirectorate of Public Works services — DPW is Casualty Notification/Assistance Officer training — 526-3321. responsible for a wide variety of services on Fort is held Tuesday-Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. • Unit issues and turn ins — Call 526- in the Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 4th 5512/6477 for approval.BOSS meetings are Infantry Division, building 1445, classroom No. 3. Education Center hours of operation — Theheld the first and third This training is required for all Soldiers asked to Mountain Post Training and Education Center,Thursday of each perform this solemn duty. Per Army Regulation building 1117, 526-2124, hours are as follows:month from 2-3:30 600-8-1, this duty is limited to those in the ranks of • Counselor Support Center — Monday-p.m. at The Foxhole. sergeant first class to command sergeant major, Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Fridays 11Contact Cpl. Rachael chief warrant officer 2-5 and captain and above. No a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Robertson at 524-2677 reservations are required to attend training. Classes • Army Learning Center — Monday-or visit the BOSS office offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Call Jean Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.in room 106 of The Hub for more information. Graves at 526-5613/ 5614 for more information. • Defense Activity for NontraditionalText “follow CarsonBOSS” to 40404 to receive Disposition Services — Defense Logistics Agency Education Support and Army Personnelupdates and event information. 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    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 7WLC honorsWarrior Ethos leads to success Commentary by on the battlefield, when placing the may seem to be. This characteristic Spc. Derek Lieding mission first and above all else, it ensures helps Soldiers to keep going no matter Warrior Leaders Course graduate that the mission will be accomplished. how difficult the challenges in their Soldiers do not let anything distract way, ensuring that in the end “I will always place the mission them from their tasks. They devote all they will complete their mission.first, I will never accept defeat, I their energy and resources to getting Never leaving a fallen comradewill never quit, I will never leave the job done. exemplifies every one of the Armya fallen comrade.” Soldiers who never accept defeat Values. It takes true loyalty, a sense of These are the four tenets of the show the determination to move on that personal courage and honor, devotionWarrior Ethos. These four statements, so many others do not have. This deter- to duty, selfless service and integrity tomore than anything, lay out the foundation mination is the reason for the many great put your life on the line to make sureof what a true Soldier should strive toward. successes of the U.S. Army, and will that none of your comrades are ever leftIn living the Warrior Ethos to the fullest, continue to bring victory in the future. behind. This devotion to our fellowany Soldier will succeed in whatever Never accepting defeat shows extremely Soldiers is essential for the Army toendeavor he embarks upon. strong strength of character and reflects function and shows the highest character. Spc. Derek Lieding A Soldier who always places the the pride that Soldiers place in their work. When Soldiers follow the Warrior Warrior Ethos awardmission first is one who dedicates To never quit shows the same level Ethos, they are, by extension, livinghimself to accomplishing the tasks he has of determination as never accepting all of the Army Values, and are settingbeen given before moving on to anything defeat, however, it shows that Soldiers do a true example to everyone of what itelse. Whether it’s a simple task assigned not give up no matter how challenging means to be a true Soldier and warriorin garrison or an important mission given the task is, and how far away the end for their country. Top WLC graduates Spc. Ryan Anderson, 1st Bn., 8th Inf. Reg. Spc. Derek Lieding, 663rd Ord. Spc. Dane Betts, 1st STB Sgt. Steven Lombardo, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. Reg. Sgt. Bethany Brown, 1st STB Spc. Javier Martinez, 2nd STB Spc. Joseph Busienei, 10th SFG(A) Spc. Steven Matthews, 534th Sig. Spc. Ramsey Caraballo, 1st Space Bn. Spc. Patrick Mbugua, 10 SFG(A) Sgt. Newman Chen, 1st Bn, 22nd Inf. Reg. Spc. Joseph McGuinness, 10th SFG(A) Spc. Joseph Contardo, 1st Bn., 8th Inf. Reg. Pfc. Anthony McIlroy, 2nd Bn., 12th Inf. Reg. Spc. Dane Betts Spc. Tyler Duffin, 1st Bn., 8th Inf. Reg. Sgt. Eric Melling, 10th SFG(A) Distinguished award Spc. Adam Futch, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. Reg. Spc. Alexis Mendez, 3rd BSB Sgt. Jose Gomez, 10th SFG(A) Sgt. Adam Moreau, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. Reg. Spc. Ryan Hawley, 200th Eng. Det. Spc. Jason Nolf, 59th QM Spc. Joseph Hess, 360th Trans. Sgt. Timothy O’Keefe, 2nd Med. Det. Spc. Carmen Kapuchuck, 360th Trans. Spc. John Parkinson, 4th Eng. Bn. Sgt. Nicholas Kezar, 10th SFG(A) Spc. Sean Salter, 59th QM Spc. Devri Kilcrease, 59th MP Spc. Christopher Salustro, 1st STB Sgt. Kyle Kirby, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. Reg. Cpl. Janet Silverman, 1st STB Cpl. Kyle Lalio, 4th Eng. Bn. Spc. Wilmer Soto, 3rd Bn., 16th FA Reg. Spc. Ian Larsen, 3rd Bn., 29th FA Reg. Spc. Richard Thompson, 1835th Med. Det. Spc. Janet Larue, 2nd BCT, 4th Inf. Div. Spc. 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    • 8 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012 Right: Pfc. Colby Arbar, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, takes cover during the Iron Horse Week paintball tournament Monday at Iron Horse Park. Arbar’s four-man team won the match. Left: Sgt. William Threadgill, 127th Military Police Company, 759th MP Battalion, intercepts a pass during an Iron Horse Week flag football game at the Mountain Post Sports Complex, Tuesday. During Iron Horse Week, Soldiers and their Families relax, engage in friendly competition and celebrate the 4th Infantry Division’s Photo by Staff Sgt. Josh Tverberg legacy of outstanding achievement. Photo by Staff Sgt. Craig Cantrell Soldiers of 2nd Special Troops Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, compete against the “Silver Lions” of 1st Battalion, 68th Armor Regiment, 3rd BCT, 4th Inf. Div., in a game of Photo by Pfc. Andrew Ingram softball at the Mountain Post Sports Complex during Iron Horse Week, Monday. Your child deserves more than just a good education. Your child deserves a Vanguard education. Our tuition-free high school offers: Classical education College preparation Character development Leadership opportunities Excellence in the arts & sciences Competitive athletics & extracurriculars #1 high school in Colorado for CSAP and ACT scores A top high school in the US ranked by Newsweek Learn about how a Vanguard education will position your child for success in college and beyond! 4Summer Courses Offered: 20pc chicken $ 99 The Vanguard School 1605 S. Corona Avenue McNUGGETS ® Colorado Springs, CO 80905 (719) 471-1999 x200 Now enrolling for 2012-2013 www.cmca12.com/summer Schedule a personal tour today! Become a fan of the Colorado Springs Business Journal on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @CSBizJournal www.TheVanguardSchool.com Get breaking news and headlines throughout the day, learn about upcoming events, special offers and more!
    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 9 Sgt. Justin Havener, Troop A, 7th Squadron, 10th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, spikes the ball over Spc. Frank Costa, Company B, 4th Brigade Support Battalion, 1st BCT, during the Iron Horse Week volleyball tournament at Iron Horse Park, Tuesday.Photo by Spc. Nathan Thome Pvt. Luis Mencias, Company A, 3rd Special Troops Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, connects with a right hook on his opponent, Spc. Jacob Sweatt, Company A, 1st Battalion, 68th Armor Regiment, 3rd BCT, 4th Inf. Div., during a Photo by Staff Sgt. Andrew Porch 165-pound bout at the Master Sgt. Daniel Tarver, senior enlisted leader, 10th Combat Special Events Center Support Hospital, participates in the Iron Horse Week bowling Monday, during Iron tournament at Thunder Alley Bowling Center, Wednesday. Seventy Horse Week. teams comprised of Soldiers from across post competed for Photo by Staff Sgt. Craig Cantrell bragging rights during the two-day tournament. Imagine Yourself in Western Classic. If You’re Active Military, Imagine $4,000 Toward Options,Upgrades, or Financing! Lorson Ranch. With majestic skies, sweeping mountain Classic Homes from the $220s vistas, and the rugged charm of its western heritage, Sales Center is Open Daily! Classic’s move into this exciting new neighborhood may 10315 Declaration Drive be our most spectacular accomplishment yet. Monday-Saturday: 10am to 6pm Especially with the grand opening of our new model, Sunday: Noon to 6pm one of our most popular 2-story floorplans, The Vail. Dreaming of a place to call home? Drop by Lorson Ranch and discover what’s new in today’s competitive housing Classic Homes market. We’ll not only show you a beautiful home where the “Classic Package" The Difference Really Hits Home. is included, we’ll treat you to a $4,000 discount (if you’re active military) that 719-390-6200 you can apply to additional options, upgrades or even financing! www.classichomes.com It’s a perfect time to move in—or up! So don’t wait. See Classic Homes in Lorson Ranch soon! *Pricing, incentives and availability subject to change without notice.
    • 10 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012 On the road again Photo by Devin Fisher Sgt. Nathan Aston, left, mule noncommissioned officer-in-charge, 4th Infantry training for Warrior Transition Battalion Soldiers. The mules, which joined the MCG Division and Fort Carson Mounted Color Guard, and Sgt. John Slatton, drive mules ranks May 3, will be pulling the wagon in their first event June 20 at the Colorado John, left, and Henry in a refurbished 1878 Army escort wagon at Turkey Creek Springs Street Breakfast. They are also scheduled to make appearances at the Pikes Ranch, June 1. The MCG will use the mules to pull the wagon in parades and Peak or Bust Rodeo and Parade in Colorado Springs July 10-14 and Cheyenne ceremonies, competitions and performances at local rodeos and for horsemanship Frontier Days Rodeo and Parade In Cheyenne, Wyo., July 27-28. GREAT KOREAN FOOD HAS A NEW 719 AREA CODE! U.S. SURPLUS WE SELL: AIR SOFT FOOD INSURANCE MOUNTAIN HOUSE HEADQUARTERS FREEZE DRIED KOREAN BBQ Sell Us Your SOUPS AND NOODLES LUNCH SPECIALS STARTING AT $7.50 NEW MENU ITEMS! at your Fun Store Electronics! 296 South Academy Blvd (Corner of Airport and S. Academy) See our menu and reviews at www.seoultofugrill.com 2475 S. Academy 574-8993 HOURS: MON-FRI, 9:00AM-5:30PM, SAT 10AM-4PM Flat Panel HDTV’s Laptops iPads/Tablets Game Consoles iPods iPhones Cell Phones (AT&T & T-Mobile) www.entertainmart.com
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    • 12 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012Vietnam opens sites to Off-limits list set A May 14 memorandum, as a result of Armed Forces DisciplinaryPOW/MIA investigators By Jim Garamone exploration are in the central part of the Control Board, designated several local areas and establishments off limits to Fort Carson Soldiers. Per the memorandum, all Fort Carson uniformed personnel are prohibited from entering the following areas and establishments within Colorado Springs and surrounding areas: American Forces Press Service country. The first site is in Quang Binh Rental properties owned • 1203 Richards Ave. province and involves the crash of an by Alma Patrick: • 908 E. Cimarron St. HANOI, Vietnam — The Vietnamese Air Force F-4C Phantom II jet in 1967government will open three areas to with two personnel aboard. Detachment • 112 S. Tenth St. • 232 S. Main St.help resolve the fate of Americans specialists located the site in 2008, but • 15 S. Twelfth St. • 418 E. Ohio Ave., Fountainmissing in action from the Vietnam now they will be allowed to examine it, • 1003 W. Colorado Ave. • 2015 N. Ellicott HighwayWar, Department of Defense officials Ward said. • 1124 W. Colorado Ave.said Monday. • 1130 W. Colorado Ave. Massage and spa parlors: The second site is in Kontum Following a meeting at the Defense province and involves the loss of an • 1208 W. Colorado Ave. • Kinja Clinic, 1729 Crest PlaceMinistry, Vietnamese Defense Minister Army private first class in January 1968 • 1705 W. Colorado Ave. • Siam’s Oriental MassagePhoung Quang Thanh announced his during the Tet Offensive. • 1713 W. Colorado Ave. Parlor, 1783 B St.government would allow American The third site is in Quang Tri province • 1715 W. Colorado Ave. • Moshi Moshi Spa,personnel to examine three areas once and involves the loss of a Marine F-4J Wild • 2123 W. Colorado Ave. 409 Windchime Placeoff limits. Weasel aircraft. One of the crew of two • 428 W. Kiowa St. • Oriental Spa Massage, Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta punched out of the aircraft and was rescued. 955 N. Powers Blvd. • 1104 W. Kiowa St.thanked the Vietnamese leader for all the Panetta said these efforts aresupport Vietnam has provided over the important to troops serving today, • 724 W. Platte Ave. Bars and clubs:years. The Joint POW/MIA Accounting because they know the military means • 1718 W. Vermijo Ave. • Golden Cue,Command’s Detachment 2 based in that it will leave no man behind. • 1720 W. Vermijo Ave. 2790 Hancock ExpresswayHanoi has conducted 107 field searches To date, the command has repatriated • 2132 W. Pikes Peak Ave. • Sodo’s Nightclub,for Americans missing in Vietnam. The and identified 687 remains in Vietnam. A • 13 N. Twenty-Fifth St. 527 South Tejon St.Vietnamese government has fully supported total of 1,284 Americans remain missing. • 2221 Bison Drivethese efforts with personnel and informa- Of these, 586 cases are in the category of • 631 Catalina Drive Head shops:tion, said Ron Ward, a casualty resolution “no further pursuit,” meaning there is • 7 W. Clover Circle • Myxed Up Creations,specialist with the detachment. conclusive evidence the individual perished • 2125 Hampton South 1619 Lashelle Way The three sites Vietnam opened to but it is not possible to recover remains. Having an Open House? Let our readers know! We strive to keep you connected. That’s why we offer 5 years of 1 low We strive to keep you connected. That’s why we offer years of low CenturyLink™ High-Speed Internet CenturyLink High-Speed Internet k price on CenturyLink™ High-Speed Internet with speeds up to 12 Mbps. price on CenturyLink High-Speed Internet with speeds up to 12 Mbps. 5 lines No term commitment. Guaranteed. 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    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 13 Visitors at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo watch Chobe, an African Spurred Tortoise, cruise the streets June 1 during DreamNight at the Zoo. The annual event brings together families with children who have special needs for a private visit to the zoo.DreamNight provides sanctuary Story and photos by Andrea Sutherland Mountaineer staff He seems to be enjoying it now, though.” The Medrano Family joined more than 1,000 Jesus Medrano, a Soldier with 1st Battalion, 67th Armor Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th other family members from the Pikes Peak region Infantry Division, received news of his son’s struggles On the carousel at the Cheyenne Mountain June 1 for DreamNight at the Zoo, an annual while he was serving his third tour in Afghanistan.Zoo, Spc. Jesus Medrano III cradled his son, event that invites families of children with critical “I called as often as I could to see if I couldJesus IV Esmeralda, Jesus’ older sister, laughed . or chronic illnesses and disabilities to have a do anything from abroad,” he said.and waved from her perch atop a horse as Jesus private viewing of the animals. Event organizers Jesus and Angelica Medrano met in high schoolrested his head on his father’s shoulder, chewing also arranged for free rides on the carousel, and married soon after graduation. A few years later,on a blanket as the ride spun round and round. games, face painting and dinner. the couple welcomed their first child, Esmeralda, a “His first time on a carousel was a disaster,” “The zoo would have been enough, but they healthy baby girl. Two years later, Jesus was born.said Angelica Medrano, Jesus’ mother. “There was went above and beyond,” Angelica Medrano said. “We didn’t know anything was wrong,” saidZOOthrow up everywhere. It was just sensory overload. Nine years ago, a zookeeper at Cheyenne Angelica Medrano, adding that in addition to the Mountain Zoo organized the event, which now takes health problems, Jesus’ development has been stunted. place at several zoos across the country. “He does things slower. … He didn’t crawl until“We were so appreciative “Every year it’s a little bigger,” said Erin Allen, guest services supervisor at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. he was 2. I’m hoping he walks by the time he’s 4.” “At first I was sad that he wouldn’t live a Susan Moyer, manager for the Exceptional normal life,” said Jesus Medrano. “(We) mutually of the opportunity and Family Member Program at Fort Carson, said officials from the zoo contacted her office, offering decided to do whatever we needed to do to make sure he lived a healthy, normal life.” that the zoo extended the 50 tickets for members of the military. “We were so appreciative of the opportunity For Angelica Medrano, caring for a child with special needs forced her to adjust, adapt and learn. and that the zoo extended the invitation to the “The doctors gave me a list of specialists I invitation to the military.” military,” she said. Moyer said events like these were important had to contact,” she said. “At the time I had no idea what a cardiologist was. I had to learn all — Susan Moyer for families with children with special needs of the medical terms.” because they foster support and community. Angelica Medrano said she found support As she watched her husband through online groups and communicating with and children on the carousel, families in similar situations. Angelica Medrano smiled. “The Army has been very understanding,” Three years ago, after Jesus Jesus Medrano said. “The (Exceptional Family was born, doctors diagnosed him Member Program) is phenomenal.” with Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome, Other parents of special needs children agree. a developmental disorder that has “The Army has been great,” said Karyn Lee, left the toddler blind in one eye, Army spouse and mother of a 1-year-old with dependent on a wheelchair and Down syndrome. “They always make sure that at a sustained risk of seizures. we’re aware of support.” “He has 16 specialists,” said Lee knew something was wrong when her Angelica Medrano. “He’s been 20-week ultrasound revealed a cardiac defect in and out of hospitals since he with her baby. was born.” “I knew it was associated with Down’s,” said Angelica Medrano said her son Lee, a nurse in the neonatal intensive care unit at has endured four surgeries. The St. Francis Medical Center. “There was nothing latest landed Jesus in the neonatal else to indicate there was a problem, so I put intensive care unit in November. it out of my mind.” “The doctors weren’t sure he Lee underwent an emergency cesarean section was going to make it,” Angelica and after her son, James, was born, doctors Medrano said. diagnosed him with Down syndrome. “I sent a Red Cross message to “They noticed his facial features and his cardiacKaryn Lee feeds a piece of lettuce to a giraffe while holding her 1-year-old (my husband), but by the time he See Zoo on Page 20son, James. received it, Jesus was doing better.”
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    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 15Military-to-Civilian SkillsObama announces certification program By Claudette Roulo between the military and manufacturing groups that report on veterans’ employment by the President’s American Forces Press Service will make it easier for companies to hire returning Council of Economic Advisers and the National servicemembers who prove they’ve earned the skills Economic Council. The report, Military Skills WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama our country needs,” Obama said. “Soldiers, Sailors, for America’s Future: Leveraging Military Serviceannounced a new presidential initiative June 1 aimed Marines, Airmen, Coast Guardsmen — if they’ve and Experience to Put Veterans and Militaryat preparing servicemembers for civilian employment. got skills in machining or welding or weapons Spouses Back to Work, describes the difficulties Obama provided details about the military-to- maintenance, for example, you’ll have a faster faced by veterans and military spouses in transitioningcivilian certification program during his visit to a track to good-paying manufacturing jobs. their military experience to civilian employment.Honeywell International Inc. plant in Golden Valley, “Servicemembers with experience in logistics or Three such partnerships will begin thisMinn. Defense contractor Honeywell reportedly maintenance on the front lines” will “have a faster summer, the officials said.has hired hundreds of military veterans at its plants track to jobs in those fields here at home,” he said. The first, a partnership between the Manufacturingand facilities since early 2011. The initiative will enable up to Skills Standards Council and the Army, Navy, Air “Let me tell you something — 126,000 servicemembers to obtain Force and Marine Corps, will involve a pilot programif you can save a life on thebattlefield, you can save a life in “... we got all civilian credentials and certifications in a number of high-demand for a limited number of servicemembers. They will be eligible to “achieve industry-recognized credentialsan ambulance. If you can overseea convoy or millions of dollars of these openings industries, officials said. “I applaud President Obama’s that can support a transition from military service to frontline jobs in the growing fields of advancedassets in Iraq, you can help managea supply chain or balance its books and all these initiative to help thousands of servicemembers obtain industry- manufacturing and logistics,” according to a statement issued by the White House.here at home,” Obama said. “If youcan maintain the most advanced skilled veterans recognized certifications for the trade skills they have learned and The second partnership, among the Army, the American Welding Society and the National Instituteweapons in the world, if you’re an looking for work, worked hard to master while in for Metalworking Skills, will provide unlimitedelectrician on a Navy ship, well, uniform,” Defense Secretary Leon certification testing at the U.S. Army Ordnanceyou can manufacture the next and somehow E. Panetta said in a statement School at Fort Lee, Va., for Soldiers in certaingeneration of advanced technology issued June 1. machinist and welding specialties.in our factories like this one. If they’re missing The Defense Department has The school trains about 20,000 servicemembersyou’re working on complex created a military credentialing each year to develop, produce and maintainmachinery, you should be able each other.” and licensing task force as part weapons. Servicemembers who acquire theseto take those skills and find a — President Barack Obama of the initiative, officials said. specialties will automatically receive the equivalentmanufacturing job right here — It developed partnerships with civilian credentials.right here at home.” major manufacturing credentialing The third partnership, between the Army and the But unfortunately, Obama agencies to expand certifications Society of Manufacturing Engineers, will expandsaid, many returning veterans with such advanced to active-duty military personnel in the fields of certification opportunities for officers and warrantskills “don’t get hired simply because they don’t engineering, logistics, maintenance and welding. officers at the Army’s Engineer School at Forthave the civilian licenses or certifications that “Supported by the efforts of the Defense Leonard Wood, Mo. The school will conduct aa lot of companies require.” Department’s military credentialing and licensing one-year pilot program for students to qualify as At the same time, the president noted, business task force, these certifications will give our certified manufacturing technologists and earnleaders often say they can’t find enough workers returning troops a leg up in a competitive job Lean Bronze Certification, industry-standardwith the skills necessary to fill open positions. market, and they will make it easier for veterans manufacturing engineering certifications. “Eighty percent of manufacturers say this, to transition to civilian life,” Panetta said. “Going forward, the president and I will remainaccording to one survey,” Obama said. “So think Servicemembers can earn these credentials committed to addressing the full range of challengesabout it — we got all these openings and all these free of charge. The services will also explore how our troops and their Families face as they leave theskilled veterans looking for work, and somehow credentialing opportunities can be integrated into service, and to making sure that these men andthey’re missing each other.” existing military training programs and expanded women have the support they so richly deserve,” That doesn’t make any sense, the president to include everyone with relevant skills and Panetta said in his statement. “They are a nationalsaid, noting it’s time to fix it. training, the officials said. asset, and they stand ready to continue making “Today, I’m proud to announce new partnerships The initiative was developed in response to a our country great in their civilian careers.” 50% DISCOUNT for Military and their Families SAVE ON RESTAURANTS, FAMILY FUN, AUTOMOTIVE AND MORE Tune in to KVCR 1040AM or KAVA 1480AM or 93.9FM Mon-Fri 10 am -12pm 3 WAYS TO PURCHASE Call, Mon - Fri 10am - 6pm visit Sat - Sun., Colo. Spgs. 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    • 16 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012Claims to the estate Go to http://tinyurl.com/ FtCarsonVanPool for further details,1st Lt. Alejo Thompson — With deepest regret to and to reserve your spot. Contact the Family of the deceased. Anyone having claims Anneliesa Barta, Sustainable Fort against or indebtedness to his estate should Carson at 526-6497 or email contact 2nd Lt. Charles Rouse at 671-840-2480. anneliesa.m.barta.ctr@mail.milSpc. Tofiga Tautolo — With deepest regret to the for more information. Family of the deceased. Anyone having claims against or indebtedness to his estate should contact Ongoing events 2nd Lt. Andrew Schultz at 719-503-4567.Spc. Clayton Michael Hershberger — With deepest Yard sales — can be held on post the first regret to the Family of the deceased. Anyone having and third Saturday of the month through claims against or indebtedness to his estate should December. Post residents set up their contact 1st Lt. Corry Shepherd at 526-0481. items in front of their homes. Single1st Lt. Gregory A. Maull — With deepest regret Soldiers and Families who reside off to the Family of the deceased. Anyone having post can set up in the building 5510 claims against or indebtedness to his estate should parking lot. Yard sales are organized contact 2nd Lt. Andre Rougeot at 526-6911. and conducted by the Installation Mayoral Program, the Directorate ofUpcoming events Public Works Housing Liaison Office and the Balfour Beatty Family HousingMilitary Family Camp — Military Family Camp Office. Call the Mayoral Program at at Young Life’s Trail West in Buena Vista offers 526-8303 or Army Community Service a variety of activities for servicemembers and at 526-4590 for more information. their Families. Camps take place Sunday-Saturday Seeking speakers — The Fort Carson and Aug. 5-11. A small fee, based on rank, Public Affairs Office is seeking covers all meals, activities and lodging for Soldiers, Family members and civilians a Family for the week. Visit http://www. from Fort Carson to speak about their militaryfamilycamp.younglife.org or call work, training and varied experiences 526-6917 for more information. to public organizations throughout the Pikes Peak region. Speakers mustGeneral announcements be well-qualified professionals who know how to capture and maintain anPlayground closure — The playground behind audience’s attention for 20-30 minutes. building 5519 will be closed for the next five Speakers should be comfortable weeks while a new playground is constructed. speaking to businesses, professional Contact Dan Carson at 719-579-1606 ext. 223 organizations, community leaders, for more information. civic groups and schools. ContactWarrior Family Medicine becomes Iron Horse — Samantha Koss at 526-5996 Effective immediately, the name of Warrior Family or samantha.b.koss.ctr@mail.mil. Medicine clinic has changed to Iron Horse Al-Anon meetings — Al-Anon is a Family Medicine Clinic. The clinic is still located 12-step program for families and on the second floor of Evans Army Community friends of alcoholics (admitted or not). Hospital. Hours of operation are from 7:30 a.m. to Meetings take place in the conference 4 p.m. Call 526-9277 for more information. room of The Colorado Inn at 6 p.m.Forrest Resiliency Center Opens — Located on every Monday. Attendance is free the Fort Carson Resiliency Campus, the Forrest and anyone can attend these open, Resiliency Center is located at 1891 Prussman anonymous meetings. Contact Al-Anon Service 526-5572/5573 for information. Blvd., building 1843. The center offers health Center at 719-632-0063 for more information. No-show policy — A “Commander’s Appointment education classes as well as walk-in blood pressure Nutrition counseling and classes — The Evans Policy” affects all TRICARE beneficiaries who and cholesterol screenings. The center is open to Army Community Hospital Nutrition Care receive health care services on Fort Carson and Soldiers, Family members and civilians working at Division offers nutrition counseling on a healthy at the Premier Army Health Clinic. Multiple Fort Carson. Call 526-3887 for more information. diet, weight loss or gain, high cholesterol, no-shows could result in the stopping of medicalJunior-enlisted housing available — Balfour hypertension, diabetes, sports nutrition and other services; Soldiers requiring unit escorts to future Beatty Communities has junior enlisted, two- nutrition-related diseases or illnesses. Nutrition appointments; patients may have to sign a statement and three-bedroom housing available. Call classes include heart-healthy/lipid, weight loss, acknowledging they understand the ramifications 719-579-1606 for details. pregnancy nutrition, commissary tour/healthy of multiple no-shows; a letter may be sent to the2-1-1 data expands to two counties — The shopping and sports nutrition. To schedule an Soldier’s unit when he or his Family member has Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments has appointment, call the TRICARE appointment multiple no-shows or cancellations; retirees with partnered with Pikes Peak United Way to line at 719-457-2273. To register for a class, multiple missed appointments, “left without being include 2-1-1 data for El Paso and Teller counties call the Nutrition Care Division at 526-7290. seen,” or cancellations may have their locations in the Network of Care for servicemembers, Take Off Pounds Sensibly — meets in the Grant of care changed. To cancel appointments during veterans and their Families. The service Library conference room Thursdays. Weigh-in weekdays, beneficiaries can call the TRICARE directory component of the Network of Care is from 5-5:45 p.m. and the meeting is from appointment line 719-457-2273 or 866-422-7391 now includes more than 1,500 local resources 6-7 p.m. Annual membership fee is $26 and weekdays from 6 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Appointments to assist the military community, service includes the TOPS magazine. Monthly dues made through TRICARE online can be canceled providers and others. Visit http://pikespeak. are $5. Call Norma Rook at 719-531-7748 or at http://www.tricareonline.com. networkofcare.org for more information. TOPS at 800-932-8677 for more information. Pregnancy and Parenting Portal — A new portalShare-a-Ride — is a free online car pool Legal Assistance Office — services are open to from TriWest Healthcare Alliance connects coordination to and from post, as well as van Soldiers, Family members and retirees. Services military Families to helpful information for various pool options, typically for those commuting include preparation of wills, powers of attorney, stages of pregnancy, as well as for adoption. 30 or more miles to post. Riders are matched name changes and stepchild adoptions. The Different from other pregnancy sites, the TriWest based on their origination and destination office also offers counseling and provides portal offers information on TRICARE coverage points, as well as days and times of travel. advice for individuals dealing with landlord/ and locating a nearby military clinic. Access Users specify whether they are offering a ride, tenant, military administrative, tax, family the site at http://www.triwest.com/pregnancy. need a ride or if they are interested in sharing law and consumer issues, as well as counsel Highway improvements — The Colorado driving duties. When a “match” is found, users and representation of Soldiers going through Department of Transportation broke ground are notified immediately of rider options, medical and physical evaluation boards. The on the second of three phases of safety and allowing them to contact and coordinate office is open from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:30- capacity improvements along State Highway ridesharing within minutes. Access the ride-share 4 p.m., Monday-Friday. Schedule appointments 115 between Gates 1 and 6. The current phase portal by visiting http://www.carson.army. by calling the last duty day of the week, at 9 a.m. will provide four through traffic lanes from the mil/paio/sustainability.html. Sign-ups for walk-in appointments are available edge of the recently completed improvementsVanpools forming — Vanpools are forming to serve Monday and Thursday beginning at 11:30 a.m. near Gate 5 to the Rock Creek bridge, located commuters who travel on Interstate 25, Powers The Legal Assistance Office offers a divorce just south of Gate 6. It will also provide major Boulevard, Security-Widefield and Fountain. and separation video briefing followed by a safety improvements at the intersection of Vanpool costs for Soldiers and civilians may general question-and-answer session Monday State Highway 115 and Wilderness Road, just be reduced (or free) when using the Army Mass and Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. and Thursday at outside of Gate 6. The project has a fixed Transit Benefit subsidy. The program provides 2 p.m. Attorneys cannot represent clients in completion date of Dec. 30. Contact Directorate the van, maintenance and repairs, insurance, divorce proceedings in court, however, a referral of Public Works Traffic Planning and Operations fuel and has an Emergency Ride Home feature. list of private attorneys is available. Call at 526-9267 for more information.
    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 17Carson achieves first platinum certification Story by Susan C. Galentine percent. Other primary features include said Shauna Smith, Fort Carson Corps solar array are expected to yield a Directorate of Public Works low-flow water fixtures; a solar hot Restationing Office project manager for 73-percent improvement in energy public relations water system, which is heated in part the headquarters building. “In addition use over a traditional building of the by solar panels installed on the roof of to smart building practices, simple same size, said Smith. Water-saving A milestone in building construction the building; and a 2.7-acre on-site solar design features can be incorporated technologies used in the buildingwas reached at Fort Carson in April array, which supplies approximately such as designing a ‘tight’ building are projected to save 42 percent overwhen a brigade and battalion 62 percent of the 138,000-square foot with minimal air infiltration or heat the baseline annual water consumptionheadquarters building on Wilderness building’s electrical power needs. losses, incorporating more windows for this type of facility.Road received the first U.S. Green “We often find that LEED gold and adding skylights for natural Some of the sustainable featuresBuilding Council Leadership in Energy is achievable and without extra cost daylighting and lighting occupancy of the building that directly impactand Environmental Design platinum by just incorporating smart building sensors to shut lights off when no occupant comfort include ancertification for the installation. practices such as utilizing recycled one is occupying a space.” abundance of windows to provide Since 2008, the U.S. Army Corps and regional materials and diverting Energy-efficient lighting, heating views and natural light for taskof Engineers has built and certified 31 construction waste from landfills,” and cooling systems and the on-site lighting, air quality-friendly paintsfacilities at the LEED gold level and and carpets to eliminate off-gassingachieved 22 silver certifications. smells and an advanced and “smart” The LEED facilities must meet system that controls lights whenrigorous criteria and are a fiscally- there’s no occupancy or whensound return on investment from natural lighting provides adequateutility savings achieved through their lighting levels.design. The buildings are certified These types of features are nobased on points earned from energy longer unique to the 4th BCT building,and water conservation features, the they are being incorporated into theuse of recycled-content construction designs of all military constructionmaterials, low-water use landscaping, projects at Fort Carson, Smith said.reducing the use of toxic paints and “The next step is focusingadhesives and alleviating traffic facilities toward ‘net zero.’ We arecongestion by developing area pushing the envelope on makingfootprints to promote walking instead facilities net zero where theyof using personal vehicles. are producing the energy they use The 4th Brigade Combat Team, through passive and renewable4th Infantry Division, brigade and energy features,” she said.battalion headquarters building design To achieve net-zero waterspecifications incorporated an Photo by Harry Weddington objectives, the Corps is exploringenergy-saving system with cutting-edge The brigade and battalion headquarters building, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th gray water technologies to enablelighting control designed to reduce Infantry Division, features an on-site solar array, which supplies approximately 62 reusing a building’s waste water forenergy consumption by about 22 percent of the building’s electrical power needs. landscape irrigation.
    • 18 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012Supplements, medicationNot always safe combination Commentary by Many people try to “complement” their levels. You could experience dizziness, seizures, Maj. Trisha Stavinoha medication by adding a supplement. The fact is that lightheadedness or even pass out. Chief, Performance Nutrition Services, Evans medications work very well by themselves. Speak with The supplement could cause the drug not to Army Community Hospital your physician or pharmacist before taking a supple- work. More than 78 different dietary supplement ment. Without more information, you may cause an ingredients turn on an enzyme system that causes About 50 percent of active-duty personnel take unintentional overdose or render the drug ineffective. drugs to pass through your body and not work at all.a dietary supplement of some sort at least once a If you have one of the health conditions the This is the case with St. John’s Wort and birth control.week. According to the 2007-2008 survey, adults supplement or medication described is intended In combination with the medication, the dietaryage 65 and older are the largest consumer of to treat, talk to your doctor or pharmacist before supplement could cause kidney or liver toxicity.prescription medications and roughly 30 percent self-treating. Both of these organs help your body dispose ofof them take a dietary supplement. Here are examples of supplements people foreign substances, including supplements, Supplements range from pills to powders to frequently use in combination with prescription medications and alcohol.teas and other liquids. They can include vitamins, medications, believing it will help them, that It is also important to remember that dietaryminerals, herbs or other should be avoided: supplements can have multiple names. Bitterbotanicals, amino acids, • Melatonin and sleep aids Orange, a potentially dangerous stimulant in manyenzymes, organ tissues, • St. John’s Wort and dietary supplements, has more than 20 differentglandulars and metabolites. antidepressants names. Kava, another potentially dangerous dietary Most people don’t • Fish Oil and blood supplement ingredient, can cause liver toxicityrealize there are more than pressure lowering and goes by more than 20 different names.55,000 supplement products medications If you do decide to use a dietary supplement,available and each can con- • Cinnamon and diabetes remember a few things:tain 50 ingredients or more. medications • Avoid dietary supplements with more than 20Unfortunately, many people • Red yeast rice and ingredients. Most plain multivitamins have fewertake dietary supplements cholesterol lowering than 20 ingredients. Most “mega” multivitamins havewithout knowing what medications multiple pills and way more than 20 ingredients.ingredients they contain. They • Arginine and erectile • Be leery of supplements and blends that don’talso may not realize these dysfunction medications reveal their ingredients. Often, this is a way toingredients could interact There are three main conceal harmful substances and a blend won’twith their medications. types of interactions a tell you an exact amount. According to the Natural supplement could have • Don’t take something just because you heardMedicines Database, there with a drug. about it on television or read about it on theare more than 1,600 The dietary supplement Internet. Usually supplement manufacturers orpotential interactions could cause the drug to TV show hosts only give you 10 percentbetween medications and supplements. For example, work too well. For example, taking a medication of the story behind the supplement.anticoagulants, such as Coumadin, have nearly 200 to lower blood pressure plus a supplement • Most importantly, review all your dietaryknown interactions while antidepressants, such as that lowers blood pressure could cause your supplements and medications with yourProzac or Zoloft, have more than 60 interactions. blood pressure to drop to dangerously low pharmacist, dietitian and health care provider. 715 South Academy Blvd. 1850 East Woodmen Rd. 412 Eagleridge Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80910 Colorado Springs, CO 80920 Pueblo, CO 81008 719-597-2311 719-277-0407 719-584-3028
    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 19 Rafting trips The Fort Carson Outdoor Recreation Center offers several rafting trips throughout the summer. Half-day trips take place Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Aug. 12 and cost $45 per person. Groups of five or more may get a discounted rate of $42 per person. Full day trips take place Sunday and June 24 from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and costs $85 per person. Cost includes transportation, equipment and lunch. Overnight trips to Brown’s Canyon run June 16-17, July 7-8 and 28-29. Trips cost $135 per person. Call 526-1993 for more information. Interns test skills Rafters paddle through white- water June 1 in Bighorn Sheep in the drink Canyon. The Fort Carson Outdoor Recreation Center offers numerous rafting trips including half- and full-day excursions as well as overnights throughout the summer. Story and photos by as “Chicken Lips,” “Shark’s Tooth,” Division, DFMWR. “I would even have the same Andrea Sutherland “Spike Buck” and “Double Dip.” Tim Wise, intern and raft guide guide,” she said. Mountaineer staff Before the six boats drifted down for Flores and the Turners, said he Other raft enthusiasts agreed — the river, guides went over paddling learned a valuable lesson on the river. the guides made the trip. Seven interns led 27 Directorate and safety techniques. “Don’t dunk customers,” he Cpl. Rachael Robertson, president,of Family and Morale, Welfare and “The theme of today — stay in said. “Customers don’t like to swim Better Opportunities for SingleRecreation employees and Soldiers the boat,” said Arielle Huettner, intern through class III rapids.” Soldiers, said she rafted last summeron the rapids of the Arkansas River and student at East Stroudsburg As punishment, Wise will wear with an outside company, but didn’tJune 1 for the inaugural white-water University, Penn. “If you fall out of the “shorts of shame,” which Outdoor enjoy the experience.rafting trip of the summer. the boat, get back in the boat.” Rec employees say are extremely tiny “I’ve been rafting before, but it “This is the first rafting trip of the The advice served rafters well. and unattractive. Wise said he’s earned was boring,” she said. “I didn’t goseason,” said Rick Kuper, manager, “Our whole boat flipped,” said the nickname “The Dunkster.” with Outdoor Rec. I liked my guideInformation Management Branch, Cynthia Flores, administration officer, Despite joining the Arkansas River on this trip. He made it fun. EvenDFMWR. “So if we die, we just get DFMWR. “We were under the boat. “varsity swim team,” Flores said she if the water is low, if you have amore people and the Army doesn’t My survival instincts kicked in and would raft again. good guide that makes the trip.”lose Soldiers.” I got myself to the surface.” Each year as a new wave of Flores lost a shoe in the processcollege-aged interns begin work while Jeff Turner, a family memberat the Outdoor Recreation Center, of a DFMWR employee, lost hisemployees from DFMWR are splash jacket.invited to be the first to test the “I was drudging the bottom of mywaters and the new recruits’ skills. (rear) on the bottom of the river,” said “We’re ready to go,” said Luke Turner after the excursion. “It was aMcBride, intern and student at good time. It’s a good story now.”Missouri State University. “We’ve Turner said that while hebeen training (for rafting) for the enjoyed the trip, rafting might notlast three weeks.” be in his future. The interns were confident with “My mom didn’t raise a dummy,”50 hours of training on the river in he said. “Rafting — not something Rafters take a break fromswift-water rescue, raft flips and I need to be doing. Got it.” the boat to join the Arkansaspractice navigating the rapids. His mother, Nancy Turner, said River “swim team” June 1 Each intern teamed up with an she would raft again despite being during a white-water raftingemployee from the Outdoor Rec dumped in the drink. trip to Bighorn Sheep Canyon.Center to guide the rafters on the “I just remember getting pulled10-mile stretch of water, which into the boat,” said Nancy Turner,featured class II and III rapids such management support for the Business
    • 20 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012 Hut, two, three Elephants from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus begin the walk from the circus train parked on post near the B Street gate to the World Arena. Circus animals walk from the train to the arena when the circus is in town. Circus performances are in the World Arena through Sunday. Tickets are available at the World Arena box office with a $5 military discount. Photo by Devin FisherZoo intestinal problems.” offered to children with special needs. “This is a helpful reminder to dofrom Page 13 Lee said she also experienced “When you’re around other fun, everyday, normal things,” she shock and sadness. families, you see the wide range of said, rocking James as he gurgled anddefect. He had low muscle tone and a “Things were not going to be the abilities and it can be comforting and squirmed in her arms. “It’s nice thatlarger tongue,” she said. way we thought,” she said. “I was a little discomforting,” she said. they’re centered around families with A blood test confirmed the doctors’ wondering how my family would react When her husband, Spc. Aaron Lee, special needs because if you’re atdiagnosis. to him, if they would love him.” U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense those beginning stages where you’re “I was scared,” Lee said. “I knew Lee said she has struggled to accept Command at Peterson Air Force Base, nervous about people seeingthe medical complications associated and acknowledge her son’s diagnosis received an invitation from EFMP to your child or you’re just used to it,with Down’s — the heart issues, the and has been intimidated by the support attend DreamNight, Karyn Lee accepted. events like these make it easier.” CONGRATS This is PPCC. Join us in congratulating our Nursing Department on receiving national accreditation from the National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission. One of a handful of community colleges recently receiving this honor, PPCC strives to provide the highest quality education for ppcc.edu | 719.502.2000 our community.
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    • 22 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012 June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 23 ‘Fighting Eagles’ Story and photos by Sgt. Khori Johnson Abrams and Bradleys against an opposing force lane, a defense lane and a move-to-contact lane. picture of working in a mechanized unit,” said 3rd Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs on the battlefield. During the attack lane, 1st BCT Soldiers Sgt. Kyle Griffin, infantryman, Company B, 1st Office, 4th Infantry Division “This is our training, too,” Carpenter said. advanced on the Fighting Eagle OPFOR, who Bn., 8th Inf. Reg., who led a team of Soldiers “This was a good chance to get our Soldiers out remained stationary in a defensive fighting serving as a “boots-on-the-ground” fighting force, Charged with operating the Army’s deadliest and exercise all of our systems — our company position. Switching roles for the defense lane, 3rd coordinating with the heavy mechanized elementsdirect-fire weapons on the battlefield, armor systems and our logistics systems … (and) how BCT OPFOR assaulted Raider Brigade Soldiers, on the battlefield. “We do what we can to supportcrewmen master the art of maneuvering 70-ton to maneuver as a fighting force.” who attempted to maintain their fighting positions. the tankers. We’re learning what we really canmachines with the precision of threading a The armor crewmen served as OPFOR, During the movement-to-contact lane, both forces and can’t do during the fight.”needle, simultaneously delivering lethal representing enemy units, during each iteration of advanced on each other simultaneously. With a large portion of the Fighting Eaglefirepower on demand. training conducted at three separate lanes: an attack “It’s good to have our guys see an overall leadership deployed in support of the Security Developing proficiency on M1A2 Abrams Forces Assistance Team mission in Afghanistan,and M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicles, Soldiers junior noncommissioned officers and enlistedof 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Soldiers filled some key leadership positionsDivision, take advantage of any opportunity to during the training event.train and validate their skills. “I think half of our tank and Bradley Tasked to serve as opposing forces, Soldiers of commanders out there were (junior NCOs),1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, recently took which is very rare, but they fought great,”advantage of “Raider Strike,” while preparing 1st said Maj. Edward Ballanco, executive officer,BCT, 4th Inf. Div., Soldiers for their rotation to the 1st Bn., 8th Inf. Reg.National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif. “We looked at this as a mission, and not While ensuring quality training for Raider just as a tasking,” Ballanco said. “In treating thisBrigade Soldiers, in preparation for their upcoming like a mission, we had an opportunity that we,deployment in support of Operation Enduring otherwise, would not have had.”Freedom, the “Fighting Eagles” Battalion used Raider Strike provided armor crewmen fromthe training opportunity to strengthen their own both units the opportunity to explore various battlecommunication and tactical maneuvering skills, tactics while developing their skills in the field.said Command Sgt. Maj. John Carpenter, senior “The 3rd (BCT) did a great job providingenlisted leader, 1st Bn., 8th Inf. Reg. our training,” said Capt. Eric Mercer, observer The Fighting Eagles provided comprehensive controller with Headquarters and Headquarterssupport during three weeks of training in May, Company, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. Reg., 1st BCT. “Theyfocusing their efforts on mechanized infantry did an excellent job acting as (an enemy) threat,tactics, movements and symmetric warfare, using and were professionals throughout the exercise.” Spc. Bryon Brigman, Company C, 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Command Sgt. Maj. John Division, surveys the defensive lane located in the Fort Carson Training Area during “Raider Strike,” May 23. Carpenter, senior enlisted leader, 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, scans the defense lane looking for the opposition during the 1st BCT, 4th Inf. Div., “Raider Strike” field exercise at Fort Carson Training Areas, May 23. The group of 1st BCT, 4th Inf. Div., infantrymen consists of, from foreground, Sgt. Kyle Griffin, Pvt. Jeremy Freeman and Pvt. Eric Jenkins. An M1A2 Abrams tank belonging to 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, rolls through a wooded area looking for “enemy” forces, May 23, during “Raider Strike,” a 1st BCT, 4th Inf. Div. field exercise to prepare :Raider” Soldiers for an upcoming training rotation to the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif.Layout by Jeanne Mazerall
    • 24 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012Military FamiliesMuseums give free admission National Endowment for the Arts Families to connect with our national with a mission to support, connect and support artistic excellence, creativity, treasures,” said Blue Star Families empower military Families, To learn and innovation for the benefit of NEW YORK, N.Y. — Blue Star CEO Kathy Roth-Douquet. more about Blue Star Families, visit individuals and communities. TheFamilies announced the launch of Blue To find a listing of participating http://www.bluestarfam.org. NEA extends its work throughStar Museums, a collaboration among museums visit http://www.bluestarfam. The National Endowment for the partnerships with state arts agencies,the National Endowment for the Arts, org and click on a state to find a list Arts was established by Congress in local leaders, other federal agencies,Blue Star Families, the Department of of museums in that state. 1965 as an independent agency of the and the philanthropic sector. To joinDefense and more than 1,600 museums Blue Star Families is a national, federal government. To date, the NEA the discussion on how art works,across America to offer free admission nonprofit network of military Families has awarded more than $4 billion to visit the NEA at http://www.arts.gov.to all active-duty military personnel,including active Reserve and NationalGuard, and five Family members fromMemorial Day through Labor Day. Launch of the program was Local museumsannounced in May at The Metropolitan Museums in Colorado offering free admission Denver Firefighters Museum Longmont:Museum of Art in New York City. The to military Families through Sept. 3 Denver Museum of Miniatures, Longmont Museumevent was hosted by Metropolitan Dolls and Toys Loveland:Museum President Emily Rafferty, who Alamosa: History Colorado Center Loveland Museum/Gallerywas joined by Blue Star Families CEO San Luis Valley Museum Kirkland Museum of Fine and Manitou Springs:Kathy Roth-Douquet; NEA Chairman Aspen: Decorative Art Manitou Springs Historical SocietyRocco Landesman; A. Dennis White, Art Museum Molly Brown House Museum Meeker:CEO and president of MetLife Aspen Historical Society Museum of Contemporary Art Denver White River Museum Aurora: Fort Garland: Monte Vista:Foundation; local military Families; and Aurora History Museum Fort Garland Museum Monte vista Historical Societyrepresentatives from the more than 40 Burlington: Fraser: Veterans History Center MuseumNew York City museums participating Old town Museum Grand County Historical Association Morrison:in Blue Star Museums this summer. Colorado Springs: Glenwood Springs: Friends of Dinosaur Ridge “Blue Star Museums is a great Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Frontier Historical Society and Museum Pagosa Springs:resource for our military Families,” World Figure Skating Museum and Golden: San Juan Historical Societysaid Brad Cooper, executive director Hall of Fame Golden History Museums Parker:of Joining Forces, a national initiative Creede: Lake City: The Wildlife Experiencethat mobilizes all sectors of society Creede Historical Society Hinsdale County Historical Society Platteville:to give servicemembers and their Crested Butte: Lakewood: Fort Vasquez MuseumFamilies the opportunities and support Crested Butte Mt. Heritage Museum Lakewood Heritage Center Pueblo: Denver: Leadville: El Pueblo Historical Museumthey have earned. Byers-Evans House Museum Healy House Museum and Dexter Cabin Trinidad: “As we enter the third year of the Clyfford Still Museum National Mining Hall of Fame Trinidad History MuseumBlue Star Museums program, we are Denver Art Museum and Museumhappy to provide an opportunity forour nation’s servicemembers and their Professionals in Dentistry, LLC Dr. Ryan D. Baros & & Dr. Ryan D. Baros Dr. Raymond Baros Dr. Raymond Baros 513 Kiva Dr., in Security To schedule your appointment call 392-5300 Our practice is committed to providing our patientswith Our practice commited to providing our patients with skilled, caring and gentle dental care. skilled, and gentle dental care. NO We Welcome INSURANCE? We offer new Patients convenient credit plans up to 12 Children are months. Welcome WITHOUT INTEREST! Most dental insurance accepted, including United Concordia for MILITARY DEPENDENTS Take a seat ... ... in your new or slightly used auto, that you can find in our Classified Section. For advertising information call 329-5236
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    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 27God has plan for us all Commentary by looking at getting out of the Army, When you look at the wheel, wobble down the road. All of your Chap. (Maj.) James Lester there are many choices in front of you notice that it has a center called a spokes in life need to be in balance Fort Carson Family Life Chaplain us that can present some confusion. hub, and coming out of the hub are so that you can roll properly. So how do we find God’s will? spokes that connect to a rim that the I believe that if we allow God to Years ago while in college, we Do we put a personal advertisement tube and tire sit on. If the hub is not be the center of our lives all otherhad a choir that would travel around in the paper or go look on Craigslist? connected to the spokes and so on, the things will come together for us. Thatsinging at different churches and I don’t believe that is what we wheel will not turn. I believe that our the will that God has for us will makevenues. As the members of the choir need to do. lives are like a wheel. If God is the sense and that wherever we may gowould introduce themselves, one I believe that God has a plan for center of our lives then we will roll. he will be with us the entire time.young lady in particular would always all of us, but we can get off base and The spokes then represent our Will we face uncertainty andsay that she was searching for God’s find ourselves someplace that we achievements, our failures, our goals, fear? Of course, that’s part of life andwill for her life. She would finish by didn’t have to be. I like to ride bikes family relationships, career and will be with us for a while, but whensaying, “Will, are you out there?” with my kids, and the one thing I education. The rim represents the we keep God as the center, the fears I still wonder if she ever found noticed is that I always have to put air way we relate to the world around of this world fade and we have peace.Will. The story is silly but I believe in the tires before we start out. The us. The tire is where the rubber Trust that God is watching out forthat in different times in our life wheel is the most important part of meets the road, and sometimes we can you and that he wants the best for you.we are searching for God’s will the bike, that’s what makes a bike, a get a flat that needs to be fixed. If the If you don’t have a church homefor our lives. When we prepare to bike. Without wheels it’s just a frame spokes are not aligned properly, the we invite you to attend one of ourmove to the next duty station or are that won’t go anywhere. wheel will not run straight, it will chapels on Fort Carson.Chapel briefsFacebook: Search “Fort Carson Chaplains (Religious Support Office)” for the latest Chapel Schedule chapel events and schedules.Vacation Bible School: VBS will be held June ROMAN CATHOLIC Day Time Service Chapel Location Contact Person 11-15 from 9 a.m. to noon for ages 4 through Saturday 4-45 p.m. Reconciliation Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 students currently in fifth grade. Email Saturday 5 p.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 Sunday 8:15-8:45 a.m. Reconciliation Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 heidi.a.mcallister.civ@mail.mil for a Sunday 9 a.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 registration form. Call Heidi McAllister at Sunday 10:30 a.m. Religious education Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Pat Treacy/524-2458 526-5744 for more information. Sunday 10:30 a.m. RCIA Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Pat Treacy/524-2458 Sunday 11 a.m. Mass Healer Evans Army Hospital Fr. Nwatawali/526-7347Christian Kids Club is held Tuesdays, June 19 to Mon-Fri 11:45 a.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 July 31 from 9:30 a.m. to noon for children who have Mon-Thurs noon Mass Healer Evans Army Hospital Fr. Nwatawali/526-7347 completed kindergarten through those who have PROTESTANT completed fifth grade. The free club features Bible Friday 4:30 p.m. Intercessory prayer, Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 study, games, snacks and crafts. It is limited to 30 Bible Study Sunday 9 a.m. Protestant Healer Evans Army Hospital Chap. Gee/526-7386 children. Call 526-5744 for more information. Sunday 9 a.m. Communion Service Provider Barkeley & Ellis Chap. Landon/526-2803Sky: Everything is Possible with God event for Sunday 9:15 a.m. Sunday School Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Heidi McAllister/526-5744 Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Prussman Barkeley & Prussman Heidi McAllister/526-5744 children ages 4 through fifth grade will be held Sunday 11 a.m. Protestant Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel from 9 a.m. to Sunday 11 a.m. Gospel Prussman Barkeley & Prussman Ursula Pittman/503-1104 noon June 11-15. Children will participate in 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 Bible-learning activities, sing songs, play Tuesday 9:30 a.m. PWOC Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 teamwork-building games, make and enjoy treats and experience electrifying Bible adventures. JEWISH Children will also learn to look for evidence of Fort Carson does not offer Jewish services on post. Contact Chap. (Lt. Col.) Fields at 503-4090/4099 for Jewish service and study information God all around them through “God sightings.” Each day concludes with Fly Away Finale, a ISLAMIC SERVICES Fort Carson does not offer Islamic services on post. Contact the Islamic Society at 2125 N. Chestnut, 632-3364 for information. celebration that gets them involved in living what they’ve learned. Family members and (FORT CARSON OPEN CIRCLE) WICCA friends are encouraged to join in activities daily Sunday 1 p.m. Provider Chapel, Building 1350, Barkeley and Ellis ftcarsonopencircle@gmail.com at 11:35 a.m. Children will join an international missions effort to squash malaria in the African COLORADO WARRIORS SWEAT LODGE country of Mali, helping to send more than a Meets once or twice monthly and upon special request. Contact Michael Hackwith or Wendy Chunn-Hackwith at 285-5240 for information. million mosquito nets to protect Malian children. Register by calling 526-5744. Call 524-2458 for details on volunteer opportunities.Military Council of Catholic Women meets Friday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel. For more information call 5 p.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Center, building 6215, 6990 Mekong St. The 526-5769 or visit “Fort Carson Military Council Chapel Fellowship Hall. Children group is open to members of all branches of Catholic Women” on Facebook. are welcome to attend. Call Cecilia of service. Contact Richard Stites atKnights of Columbus, a Catholic group for Croft at 526-5769 for details. 719-598-6576 or Cheryl Sims at men 18 and older, meets the second and fourth Latter Day Saints Soldiers: Weekly 719-304-9815 for more information.” Tuesday of the month at Soldiers’ Memorial Institute Class (Bible study) is Spanish Bible Study meets at Soldiers’ Chapel. Call 526-5769 for more information. Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel Tuesday at 6 p.m.Protestant Women of the Chapel meets Tuesday Memorial Chapel. Call 719-266-0283 Contact Staff Sgt. Jose Varga at from 9:30 a.m. to noon at Soldiers’ Memorial or 719-649-1671 for more information. 719-287-2016 for details. Chapel. Free child care is available. Email Heartbeat, a support group for battle Jewish Lunch and Learn with carson@pwoc.org or visit PWOC Fort Carson buddies, Family members and friends Chap. (Lt. Col.) Howard Fields on Facebook for more information. who are suicide survivors, meets the takes place Wednesday from noonDeployed Spouses Group meets for fellowship, second Tuesday of each month from to 1 p.m. at Provider Chapel. For food and spiritual guidance Wednesday at 6:30-8 p.m. at the Fallen Heroes Family more information, call 526-8263. Has someone in your organization recently received kudos? Contact Mountaineer staff at 526-4144 or email fcmountaineer@hotmail.com.
    • 28 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012Police blotter The following crimes were committed on the Fort Carson installation May 1-31.AWOL or desertion crimes for DUI, DWAI, DUID or for traffic violations. 6 – civilians were cited for 2 – servicemembers were cited excessive alcohol content. 3 – civilians were cited harassment. for desertion. 11 – servicemembers were cited for for traffic violations. 6 – servicemembers were31 – servicemembers were cited traffic accident, damage to cited for spouse abuse or for AWOL. government or private property. Drug and alcohol crimes domestic violence. 3 – servicemembers were cited 4 – servicemembers were 5 – civilians were cited forMotor vehicle crimes for traffic accident, injury/ cited for controlled substance domestic violence. 9 – servicemembers were cited for destruction of property. violations, marijuana or 4 – servicemembers were cited careless or reckless driving. 2 – civilians were cited for paraphernalia. for communicating a threat. 1 – civilian was cited for careless traffic accident, damage to 2 – civilians were cited for 2 – servicemembers were or reckless driving. government or private property. controlled substance violations, cited for false statement 6 – servicemembers were cited 22 – servicemembers were cited marijuana or paraphernalia. and/or false reporting. 1 – servicemember was cited for 16 – servicemembers were cited controlled substance violations, for larceny, burglary or synthetic cannibanoids. shoplifting. 3 – servicemembers were 13 – civilians were cited for cited for drunk and larceny, theft or shoplifting. disorderly conduct. 12 – servicemembers were cited 2 – servicemembers were for wrongful destruction or cited for underage drinking. criminal mischief. 1 – civilian was cited for 1 – civilian was cited for underage drinking. burglary, criminal trespass 10 – servicemembers were cited or unlawful entry. for use of other drugs. 3 – civilians were cited for wrongful damaging or Miscellaneous crimes criminal mischief. 20 – servicemembers were cited 12 – civilians were cited for for assault or menacing. other crimes. 12 – civilians were cited for assault 15 – servicemembers were or menacing. cited for other crimes.Courts-MartialSpc. Michael Kellam, Maintenance Task Force, guilty, in accordance with his pleas, of The following are the results of cases tried on Fort Carson in May. three months and two months confinement. 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry one specification of possession of more Pfc. Nicholas Cassata, 3rd Special Troops Division, was convicted, consistent with his than 60 images of child pornography Battalion, 3rd BCT, 4th Inf. Div., was found pleas, of one specification of wrongful use during a general court-martial May 15. He was guilty, consistent with his pleas, of one charge of marijuana, one specification of wrongful sentenced to reduction to private, 20 months and one specification of drug use and one charge use of methamphetamine, one specification of confinement and a dishonorable discharge. and one specification of drug distribution. He wrongful use of heroin, and six specifications Pfc. Samuel Coleman, 3rd Bn., 16th FA Reg., 2nd was sentenced to reduction to private, 13 months of violating a general regulation during a BCT, 4th Inf. Div., was convicted, consistent with confinement and a bad conduct discharge. special court-martial May 24. He was his pleas, of one charge and one specification of Pvt. Adam M. Miller, 569th Engineer Company, sentenced to reduction to private, three months desertion during a special court-martial May 14. 4th Eng. Bn., was found guilty, consistent with confinement and a bad conduct discharge. He was sentenced to reduction to private, five his pleas, of one charge and one specificationSpc. Davon Love, 4th Battalion, 42nd Field Artillery months confinement and a bad conduct discharge. of AWOL, one charge and one specification Regiment, 1st BCT, 4th Inf. Div., was convicted, Sgt. 1st Class Travis Chappell, Headquarters and of disobeying a superior commissioned pursuant to his pleas, of one count of sodomy, Headquarters Battalion, 4th Inf. Div., was found officer, one charge and two specifications of two counts of abusive sexual contact and three guilty, pursuant to his pleas, of assault with a disrespecting and disobeying an NCO, one counts of violation of a lawful order during a means likely to cause grievous bodily harm or charge and one specification of wrongful general court-martial May 23. He was sentenced death during a general court-martial May 7. He use of marijuana, and one charge and two to reduction to private, seven years confinement was the noncommissioned officer-in-charge of specifications of assault consummated by and a dishonorable discharge. the downtown courtesy patrol when he struck a battery, during a general court-martial May 4.Pvt. Joel Becker, Headquarters and Headquarters, Soldier in the head with a flashlight. He was He was sentenced to four months confinement U.S. Army Garrison Fort Carson, was found sentenced to forfeiture of $1,500 a month for and a bad conduct discharge. 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    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 29 A member of the 183rd Maintenance Company, 68th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 43rd Sustainment Brigade softball team blasts a drive to right center fieldduring his team’s fifth inning comeback victory, May 30.Maintenance team setting furious pace Story and photo by Walt Johnson The maintenance team had to do something it this type of game as the season progresses. Mountaineer staff has not had to do for the majority of the season — it “We didn’t play to our level tonight ... but I did had to come from behind to win the softball game. learn something about my team tonight; I learned that The members of the 183rd Maintenance For five innings, the team got more than it when we were under pressure and faced adversity, weCompany, 68th Combat Sustainment Support wanted from its opponent, trailing by six runs — handled it rather well. We also know we have to playBattalion, 43rd Sustainment Brigade, have set a the largest deficit the team has had all year that better when we play better competition,” Downs said.blistering pace to begin the intramural softball season. late into the game. He said the maintenance team has played the The team has won 27 of its 29 games so far this Sensing the game was beginning to get away highest level of competition on post and they haveseason, most double-digit victories. While most from them, the maintenance team began to do what fared rather well against them. He said only time willplayers and coaches would have no problem winning it does well, hit the ball and score runs. The team tell who the best team on post will be, but he thinksgames by double digits all year long, the maintenance made up the six-run deficit in the fifth inning and his team will certainly be in that conversation.team knows that there will be some close contests then had to hold the opponent scoreless in the “We will have to guard against being complacentin their quest to achieve their ultimate goal, winning bottom of the fifth inning to come up to bat in this year and I think will do a good job of that.”the post championship. the sixth inning with a chance to win the game. he said. “We lost ... by two runs early in the season Maintenance coach John Downs was in a relaxed The team mounted a furious rally, scoring six runs, for one of our two losses, but we played rathermood before his team’s game May 30 at the Mountain to earn a victory that was anything but easy. well against the other top teams in the league.Post Sports Complex. He was relaxed because he After the game, a relieved but concerned, “One thing I know about this team is we lovethought his team would enjoy another double-digit Downs said his team did not have the same type to play competitive softball and will be ready tovictory, but the game turned out to be one of the of intensity that he has seen the majority of the meet any challenge we have to against any teamclosest contests the team has played all year. season. He said it was good for his team to play that we have to,” Downs said.Mountaineer Sports Feature Running hard Former Fountain-Fort Carson High School and current Colorado Springs Flames standout Donte Stewart, 1, pounds his way into the end zone for a touchdown Saturday at Cheyenne Mountain High School in Colorado Springs. The Flames won the game to continue their undefeated season. The team will play its next two games on the road, at Cherry Creek High School in Denver and at Lewis Palmer High School’s Don Breese Stadium in Monument. The Flames close out the regular season with a home game June 23 at 7 p.m. against the Denver Cobras at Cheyenne Mountain High School. Photo by Walt Johnson
    • 30 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012On the BenchGolf courseholds firstSGMA event By Walt Johnson Mountaineer staff Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club is scheduled to host thefirst-ever Sergeants Major Association golf event June 25. The event will begin at 8 a.m. SGMA officials said they areexpecting this to be one of the biggest events of the post golf season.Proceeds will provide school supplies for post students, holidayfood baskets, scholarships for military Families and support theNoncommissioned Officer and Soldier of the Year program. Contact Sgt. Maj. Michael Borrelli at 526-1518 or emailmichael.p.borrelli2.mil@mail.mil for more information. Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club will hold the Fort CarsonFour-Man Best Ball Championship Saturday and Sunday. Call Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club at 526-4102 to signup or for more information. Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club will host the fifth annualArmy Field Support Battalion-Carson Pfc. Jesse A. GivensMemorial Golf Tournament June 15 at 1 p.m. The event is a four-person scramble designed to benefitthe Knights of Heroes Foundation. According to officials, thefoundation was created in January 2007 by Lt. Col. SteveHarrold to commemorate the life of friend and former pilot, Photo by Walt JohnsonMaj. Troy Lee “Trojan” Gilbert, who was killed during combatoperations while flying his F-16 to protect ground troops being Distance runnersoverrun by the enemy in Al-Anbar Province, Iraq, Nov. 27, 2006. From left, World Class Athlete Program 800-meter runners John Mickowski, Matt Petrocci and Each summer, families with children ages 11-17 are invited Jackson Langat talk after running an 800-meter race during halftime of the Colorado Springsto attend at no cost. While the children are at camp, the mothers Flames and Pueblo Steel football game Saturday at Cheyenne Mountain High School in Colorado Springs. Each runner is competing for a spot on the 2012 United States Olympic team. See Bench on Page 31Mountaineer Athlete of the Week Art Brown Intramural softball player Art Brown’s father was a professional football player for the Oakland Raiders so it is no wonder he played sports at an early age and continued on through college and in the professional ranks in Mexico. What is your favorite moment in sports? That would be the last professional baseball game I ever played in Mexico. The funny thing is I didn’t realize it would be my last game. I pitched a shutout and a no-hitter and I thought it was a pretty good accomplishment to be able to be that successful in a professional league. What would you consider your philosophy on sports? I think it’s just a game, and I don’t take it as seriously as a lot of people do. I look at it as another part of life and nothing to be too serious about. What would you consider your favorite professional sports moment? I am a big basketball fan, and I love the San Antonio Spurs. My favorite sports moment is watching Tony Parker play. I like the way he gets into the lane and makes things happen for the team. I am rooting very hard for the Spurs to win a championship. What haven’t you done in sports but wish you could turn back the hands of time and do? In my senior year, I was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 2006 draft. That was a very good moment, but I decided to go to college instead. If you could spend a day with any athlete, who would it be and why? I would love to be able to sit down and talk with Craig Biggio (former second baseman and outfielder for the Houston Astros). He was one of my favorite players growing up, and he could actually do everything on the baseball field. People who don’t know me would be surprised to know that ... I am an avid reader. I read a lot of John Grisham-type books. The last book I read was “The Abduction,” which I thought was a very good book that had a lot of mystery and suspense. Photo by Walt Johnson
    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 31 Bench from page 30 The Pikes Peak Pop Warner organization will hold the youth and younger siblings spend the football combine and cheerleading week visiting sites in and around camps for ages 5-15 from noon Colorado Springs. Lodging and to 5 p.m. at the University of travel arrangements are made for Colorado-Colorado Springs Four the families that attend from outside Diamonds football field. the local area, officials said. The camp is designed to Contact Greg Taveau at promote exercise and fundamentals. 244-2048 or email dgsbcff@ A skilled positions player camp, yahoo.com for more information. for athletes interested in playing The Colorado Rockies are quarterback, running back and wide offering military members receiver, will be run by former U.S. special ticket buys this season. Military Academy standout Nate The next chance to take Sassaman, the first quarterback advantage of these deals is Friday- to rush for more than 1,000 Sunday and Tuesday-Wednesday yards in Army football history. when the Los Angeles Angels of The Directorate of Family and Anaheim and the Oakland Athletics Morale, Welfare and Recreation will be in Denver. Game times has announced the bowling for the Angels series are 6:40 p.m. and golf award winners for May. Friday, 2:10 p.m. Saturday and 1:10 Leslie Libby was the winner p.m. Sunday. The Oakland Athletics of the golf award while Lisa will be the opposition Tuesday Hernandez is the winner of and Wednesday at 6:40 p.m. the bowling award. Tickets will be sold for $14 The Military Intelligence each (with a $3.50 service charge Ball Golf Scramble takes place per order), a discount from the June 23 at Cheyenne Shadows usual range of $19-$39. Golf Club. Call the Rockies at 303- Registration begins at noon ROCKIES, ask for the military with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. The discount and provide reference tournament is limited to 30 teams. Photo by Walt Johnson number 21231258 to take Early registration is $45 per Pretty in pink advantage of the offer. This offer player. Registration the day of theArnaldo Mediana, left, and Eric Cantu, 4th Battalion, 42nd Field Artillery Regiment, 1st is not available on a walk-up basis. tournament is $50 per player withBrigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, wear pink shirts symbolizing they struck A free summer camp will a four players per team limit. Toout in the team’s previous intramural softball game. The players said it’s a good be held in Colorado Springs pre-register, send an email with allmorale booster for the team. Saturday for aspiring football names to fcmibl@gmail.com. For players and cheerleaders. more information call 503-0204. AT CCU, YOUR PATH TO A DEGREE HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER. CCU is military friendly—offering special tuition discounts to active duty, Reserve, National Guard, and their spouses Online courses available Learn vital skills from faculty with real world experience Finish each course in weeks, not months—with a schedule that fits your life Complete your degree faster, with AARTS, other college courses, and life-learning experience Colorado Christian University offers certificate, associate, and bachelor’s degrees: Accounting, Biblical Studies, Business Administration Criminal Justice, Education, Nursing, and many more! Masters’ Degrees: Business Administration, Counseling, Curriculum and InstructionCALL TODAY! MENTION PROMO CODE CSMNG The person pictured above is not an actual service member AND WAIVE YOUR APPLICATION FEEContact: Jon Haar johaar@ccu.edu 719.867.5802 or visit: www.ccu.edu/Military Colorado Christian University is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
    • 32 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012 Enjoy the Ride Riders bump other boats on the Skoota Boats ride at Lakeside Amusement Park in the Denver area. The park is more than 100 years old. Story and photos by Nel Lampe are jumping horses; others are standing Mountaineer staff horses. It’s easy to see which horses are favorites as their paint is almost worn It’s rare to find a historic amusement park away. After all, this merry-go-round has — one with old-fashioned rides that are been at Lakeside since its opening. part of the memories shared with parents and The merry-go-round also has four grandparents — but Lakeside Amusement chariots as well as bears, burros, dogs, deer, Park in the Denver area is one of those. goats, pigs, rabbits, tigers, zebras, panthers, More than 100 years old, Lakeside is monkeys, cougars and a cheetah. featured in Public Broadcasting Service’s In addition to the wooden 1940-era “Great Old Amusement Parks,” and is among Cyclone coaster, the Wild Chipmunk and the nation’s oldest such parks. Everybody has the Dragon are at Lakeside. seen those parks — usually featured in horror Other rides are the Auto Skooters, movies, always featuring a creaky, wooden Skoota Boats, a Ferris wheel, Scrambler, roller coaster. Yes, Lakeside has a wooden Whip, Tilt-A-Whirl, Round-Up, Heart Flip, roller coaster — the Cyclone — easily Satellite, Rock-O-Plane and Matterhorn. the most popular ride in the park. This isn’t your modern-day, state-of-the- Lakeside opened as White City, built art amusement park. It’s been in operation beside Lake Rhoda. It has 100,000 white for 108 years and has the older, traditional lights that reflect in the lake. rides, park ambiance and fun. It’s reasonably The park once had a ballroom, a theater, priced, has free parking, allows patrons to funhouse, a race track and other attractions bring their own food and attracts families. that were in parks of that era. The Tower One ride, the “Zoom,” is a more modern of Jewels is still a landmark for the day addition — it’s a tower ride with a amusement park that can be seen for miles. thrilling drop for riders. The park was renovated in the 1930s, Lakeside has an area especially for with much of the art deco style and neon children — Kiddies Playland, which lighting that still is in the park and adds includes wet boats and dry boats, Sky to the park’s charm. Although the park in Fighters, Granny Bug, Kiddie Whip, some places shows its wear and tear, it’s Midge-O-Racer, Turtles, Mini Skater, Horse clean, decorated with abundant flowers, and Buggy, Kiddie Motorcycles and a large trees and a plethora of park benches. Kiddie Coaster. Kiddie Playland is open by The rides mostly reflect yesteryear, such 1 p.m. weekdays through Aug. 17, as the hand-carved merry-go-round — a even though the adult rides don’t open until four-row Parker Carousel Menagerie with 6 or 7 p.m. weekdays. After Aug. 17, the park a variety of animals. Riders can choose to is open Friday-Sundays through Labor Day. ride a pig, a dog, a bear or a lion or choose a The Kiddie Playland rides close at 10 p.m. traditional horse. Some of the carved horses The unlimited ticket for the small rides inRiders scream with delight as they drop quickly on the “Zoom” atLakeside Amusement Park May 26. The “Zoom” is the newest ride inthe amusement park; most other rides are historic rides.
    • June 8, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 33 The merry-go-round at Lakeside Amusement Park is as old as the park. The Parker Carousel Menagerie has traditional horses and other animals, such as dogs, goats, lions, bears, pigs, burros and deer. Just the Facts • TRAVEL TIME — an hour • FOR AGES — everyone • TYPE — historic amusement park • FUN FACTOR — ★★★★★ (Out of 5 stars) • WALLET DAMAGE — $ TO $$$$ $ = Less than $20 $$ = $21 to $40 $$$ = $41 to $60 $$$$ = $61 to $80 (BASED ON A FAMILY OF FOUR)Kiddies’ Playland only, are $9 per personMonday-Friday and $11 each on Saturday, The Wild ChipmunkSunday and holidays. is a popular There’s always the coupon option — coaster at Lakesidecoupons may be purchased for 50 cents and Amusement Parkrides require one coupon for Kiddie rides. in the Denver area. The coupon option is also available Riders are infor the major rides, which require one-six individual carscoupons. The unlimited ride wristband is that ride the tracks.$14 for the major rides Monday-Friday Cars are namedand $22 for Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. Dave, Alvin, Simon Lakeside has a large, unpaved but free and Theodore.parking lot, but everyone older than 2 isrequired to pay a $2.50 gate admission,which is collected before entering theparking lot. The gate fee includes a 50 centcoupon good toward rides. Lakeside Amusement Park allows visitorsto bring in their own food, there are sheltersaround the park protecting the picnic tablesunderneath where groups or families can eat. For people who don’t want to botherwith bringing a picnic basket, the park hasfood options as well. Several places in thepark sell refreshments. Lakeside has a flexible closing time —between 10 and 11 p.m. It seems to dependon how busy the rides are. The park staff suggests that visitorscall 303-477-1621 to check on the weatherbefore going to the park. If planning toarrive late in the evening, check that theadmission gates are still open. Lakeside Amusement Park is at 4601Sheridan Boulevard in Lakeside. It is reachedby taking Interstate 25 to Interstate 70 westto Sheridan Boulevard. Take the Sheridan Riders have a view of Lake Rhoda as the Satellite ride cars go up and down as they spin inBoulevard Exit and go south to the park. a circle. Lakeside Amusement Park in the Denver area is filled with traditional rides. Places to see in the Pikes Peak area.
    • 34 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012 GET Out World Wrestling Entertainment presents at Interstate 70 and Sheridan Boulevard; call WWE Smackdown at the World Arena July 10, 303-477-1621 to see if the park is open during at 7 p.m. Information, Tickets and Registration inclement weather or check the calendar by has tickets from $20.50-$51.50. Call 526-5366 visiting http://www.lakesideamusementpark.com. for information. See the story on pages 32-33. Elitch Gardens amusement park in Denver Santa’s Workshop at the North Pole, on the is open for the summer 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pikes Peak Highway, is open daily, 10 a.m. to 5The Colorado Renaissance Festival at Larkspur weekdays, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Sunday p.m. General admission to the Christmas-themed begins Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., rain or and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday. The water park amusement park is $18.95 per person, ages 2-59, shine, and continues Saturday-Sunday through is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. when the amusement and free for anyone younger than 2 and older July 29. Admission is $18.95 for adults, park is open, but may close during inclement than 60. Active-duty military members and children 5-12 are $8. Children under 5 are free. weather. For information call 303-595-4386. their Families are charged $13.95 per person. Military Weekend is June 16-17, when tickets Daily tickets at the gate are $29.99 for Everyone 10 or older must show their own are buy one, get one free and children are those under 48 inches; adults are $43.99. military identification card to receive the military admitted free. Take exit 172 off Interstate 25 Tickets include both the amusement park rate. During inclement weather call the park at north and follow the signs. Parking is free and and water park, but there’s a charge to park 684-9432 for closing information. shuttles are provided. in the Elitch Gardens parking lot. Buy three discounted tickets at Information, Tickets and Pikes Peak Center — Upcoming events atRingling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is Registration for $28 each and get one free. the theater: in the World Arena through Sunday. There • The Family Stone will present a concert are several shows each day. Tickets are available Water World, in the Hyland Hills area of Denver, July 12 at 8:30 p.m. at the World Arena box office, call 520-SHOW. is open for the summer 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. • The Music of Abba, featuring Arrival There’s a $5 military discount for all shows. Take Interstate 25 north to 89th Avenue, head from Sweden, is July 16 at 8 p.m. west to Pecos Street. Parking is free. Tickets • Bill Maher is in the center July 28, 8 p.m.DaVinci Machines Exhibition — is at the Denver at the gate are $34.99 for children under 48 • Celtic Thunder will be in Pikes Peak Pavilions through September. On loan from the inches and $39.99 for those taller than Center Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. Museum of Leonardo DaVinci in Florence, 48 inches. Call 303-427-7873 for information Call 520-SHOW for tickets or visit the box Italy, the exhibition is at Denver Pavilions, at as Water World is sometimes closed because office at 190 S. Cascade Ave. the 16th Street Mall. More than 60 handcrafted of inclement weather. New rides are being exhibits are replicas built from DaVinci’s added this year. ITR has discount tickets for Free annual passes for national parks 500-year-old designs. Admission to the exhibit $31 each; call 526-5366. are available to active-duty servicemembers is $14 for adults, $11 for students, military and and their Families under the Joining seniors; children 5-10 are $9. Lakeside Amusement Park, in the Denver Forces initiative. Passes are good for 2,000 suburb of Lakeside, is open at 1 p.m. daily national parks, refuges, forests and otherThe annual Colorado Springs Street Breakfast beginning June 7. Kiddies Playland rides close national lands. Get the pass at national parks June 20 kicks off the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo at 10 p.m., the park closes by 11 p.m. Admission and wildlife refuges or national forests that and sends the Pikes Peak Range Riders on their is $2.50 per person, parking is free, unlimited charge an entry fee. Servicemembers must show annual area ride. The breakfast is 5:30-9 a.m. on ride tickets are $14 on weekdays and $22 valid military identification to get the pass. Pikes Peak Avenue at Tejon Street. Tickets are $5. Saturday-Sunday. The old-fashioned park is — Compiled by Nel Lampe INVITING YOU INTO THE ALL NEW... Certified used Hondas and other Certified used vehicles DON’T GIVE ME TEACHERS. Your GIVE ME REAL WORLD GLADIATORS. 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    • 38 MOUNTAINEER — June 8, 2012 Sponsored by Your source for Property Management All County affordable military W Welcome Home elcome Home Your source for affordable military housing in the Colorado Springs area. “The” Property Management Team for Military housing in719-445-7172 the Colorado Springs area. www.AllCountyCS.com For advertising information call 329-5236 T CE EN RI EM P V All County Property Management O PR www.AllCountyCS.com IM 719-445-7172 Owned by Retired Military Dana Williams LET US RENT YOUR HOME Dana Williams • 719-439-9411 $229,500 District 20 Home on a large Corner lot! AtHomeInCO@gmail PCSing? Relocating? Let us take care of renting your home.This home has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths, a finished basement and two car garage.The kitchen has a breakfast bar, pantry and stainless steel appliances. Living room www.AtHomeInCO.com From marketing and tenant screening to lease negotiation andis adorned with a floor to ceiling stone surround wood burning fire place. Enormous Military Appreciation Rebate rent collection…We’re Property Management Experts.corner lot w/ a deck and Mountain views! A must see! Featured Properties For Rent 719-448-5000 www.RonCovingtonHomes.com The Team at Ron Covington Homes THANKS YOU for your service! Rated the #1 Choice for off-base 6310 Montarbor Dr 2091 Springside Dr 1132 White Stone Way living for our troops & military. 4 Bedroom 3 Bedrooms 4 Bedroom 4 Bath 3 Bath 3 Bath Award-Winning Ron Covington Homes... District 11 District 49 District 8 Delivering more Thought per Square Foot. $1600 $1250 $1350 New homes just MINUTES from the bases! To see all our available properties and services we offer, go to www.allcountycs.com WHEN EXPERIENCE COUNTS Quick Commute to Specializing in Home Sales DAVE SWINT Peterson AFB! & Property Management Broker/Owner USAF (Ret.), ABR, GRI, PE Main level condo with 2 bedrooms & 2 baths in a gated community with clubhouse, pool, hot tub & exercise room. Gas fireplace in the living room. Kitchen has both a breakfast bar & a dining nook with a Harris Group Realty, Inc. Swint Realty CO, LLC window seat. All kitchen appliances included plus the washer/dryer. Both bedrooms have walk in closets and each bedroom has a bath. 719-227-9900 6189 Lehman Drive, Ste 200 • Colo. Springs, CO 80918 Central air conditioning. $122,900 www.BarbaraHarrisTeam.com 592-9700 • Cell: 964-5612• SwintDO@aol.com WHY RENT? 4268 Deerfield Hills Road • $105,000 Three bedrooms, two baths and garage. Pay less per month than many pay for rent! You will appreciate this updated and upgraded home. It has wood floors, a new kitchen, two patios and much more. Great Investment – Rent to others and have a + cash flow Visual tour: http://www.listingsmagic.com/3572 SKYWAY PARK! 1218 Milky Way • $260,000 What a charming Southwest Colorado Springs Home! It is spacious with over 2,300 of updated living space. The setting is ideal. The home is located on over half an acre and has views. Relaxing will not be a problem with two decks. Hardwood floors are on the main level and the kitchen is awesome. Visual Tour http://www.listingsmagic.com/43179 NEW PRICE 5810 Pemberton Way • $210,000 Pinon Valley exceptional home. It is located between Ute Park and the foothills. Walk and bike in the parks yet only be five minutes from Garden of Gods. Awesome mountain views! The home is freshly painted and updated. Three bedrooms, two baths, and two car garage await you. There is even a gazebo in the backyard. (Hot Tub maybe?) Visual Tour: http://www.listingsmagic.com/39356 Alan Lovitt “Buying a new 719-338-0004 home is easy. You’re going to Lovitt!” www.AlanLovitt.com
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