Vol. 70 No. 24 June 15, 2012 Word of the month: Excellence Photo by Staff Sgt. Craig Cantrell Pulling together Soldiers of 3rd Battalion, 29th Field Artillery Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th of war tournament held at Iron Horse Park, June 7. The five-day celebration of the 4th Infantry Division, pull against Soldiers of Headquarters Support Company, Headquarters Inf. Div.’s 95-year history featured 16 competitions and concluded with a concert in and Headquarters Battalion, 4th Inf. Div., in the final match of the Iron Horse Week tug Iron Horse Park. For more on Iron Horse Week see pages, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15 , 24 and 25. Message board INSIDE An emergency management training exercise will be held June 20 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be emergency vehicles and simulated smoke in the vicinity of Gate 4. Drivers may experience delays in this area during Page 5 this time period. Page 9 Pages 36-37
2 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012 MOUNTAINEER National Safety MonthCommanding General:Garrison Commander: Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson Col. David L. Grosso Keeping Soldiers safeFort Carson Public Affairs Officer: Dee McNuttChief, Print and Web Communications: Rick Emert everyone’s responsibility Editor’s note: Army leaders released the following you keep your Soldiers and civilian employees safe.Editor: Devin Fisher letter in observance of National Safety Month. Looking past June, the fourth quarter (July-September)Staff writer: Andrea Sutherland During the past several years, our Army has reduced is historically the deadliest time of the year for our preventable accidents to near peacetime levels. This Soldiers off duty. 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June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 3 Soldiers with 749th Ordnance Company, 242nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Battalion, 71st Ordnance Group (EOD), enter the Special Events Center June 6 following a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan. Photo by Marco MineroEOD returns from battle By Andrea Sutherland after a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan where muscle memory — do I have all of my gear? Making Mountaineer staff they conducted hundreds of combat missions in sure everything is working properly.” support of 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Headquartered in Regional Command-South, The 42 Soldiers from the 749th Ordnance Division, as well as the Afghan National Army and EOD teams responded to hundreds of threats andCompany, 242nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Afghan Uniformed Police. conducted 130 post-blast analyses in 2nd BCT’s areaBattalion, 71st Ordnance Group (EOD), are happy The Soldiers destroyed more than 415 improvised of responsibility in Kandahar Province, coveringto be home. explosive devices and disposed of more than 97,000 more than 50,000 square miles. “It feels good,” said Sgt. Tyler Sumlin. “I pounds of unexploded ordnance and homemade “The guys did an outstanding job over there,”missed having a comfortable bed and having the explosives. said Capt. Corbin Copeland, commander.freedom to drive.” “After a couple of missions, (preparing for a See EOD on Page 4 Sumlin and his comrades returned home June 6 mission) becomes routine,” Sumlin said. “It’s all
4 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012 Non-deployers Army expands early separation program By C. Todd Lopez Army News Service 30. Soldiers in those units who have an ETS that is between the LAD and 179 days after the LAD, are subject to involuntary early WASHINGTON — In an effort to separation up to nine months before their ETS. enhance readiness for deploying units, the In Phase 3 of the program, Soldiers in Army will expand its Enlisted Involuntary units with a LAD that comes May 1 or later Early Separation Program for some Soldiers. and who have an ETS that falls between 180 Under the program, enlisted Soldiers days before deployment to 179 days after who choose not to re-enlist or extend in order deployment, will be subject to involuntary early to deploy with their unit, could be subject to separation up to 365 days before their ETS. involuntary early separation. Soldiers who could be Officers are not affected. affected by this program will “This is a readiness program, “Now we are asking first be offered the opportunity not a force reduction program,” for volunteers to re-enlist in the Army, or to said Jim Bragg, chief of the extend their enlistment so they retention and reclassification to meet the can deploy with their unit. Photo by Marco MineroStaff Sgt. Joshua Salazar embraces his loved ones June 6 during a branch at Army Human Resources Command. “It is all deployment, and Additionally, Soldiers who are separated involuntarily fromwelcome home ceremony for the 749th Ordnance Company, 242nd about unit readiness as a unit we are not forcing the Army will retain Veterans deploys. That’s what it comesExplosive Ordnance Disposal Battalion, 71st Ordnance Group (EOD).Forty-two Soldiers returned from a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan. down to.” them to go.” Affairs benefits. They may also opt to join one of the Reserve By identifying Soldiers — Jim Bragg components, including the ArmyEOD who will not deploy with their Reserve, the Army National unit, and having those Soldiers leave the Guard or the Individual Ready Reserve.from Page 3 Army early, a unit can bring more Soldiers Soldiers with time remaining under their into the unit. Those new Soldiers will deploy, eight-year military service obligation will be Copeland said his company was responsible for nine EOD and will be able to train alongside the other required to complete their time in one of theteams that participated in more than 970 combat missions. Soldiers they will deploy with. Reserve components. “We came home with zero injuries,” he said. “That’s not typical “From a readiness point of view this is the It’s expected the program will affect aboutof any Army unit. With an EOD unit, you’re even more at risk. When decision that has to be made,” Bragg said. 2,000-2,500 Soldiers annually, and the programothers are backing away from IEDs, we go in and take care of it.” In the past, Soldiers who would be currently has no projected end date. In addition to combat missions, Soldiers of 749th Ord. worked affected by this program might have been Bragg said that the best way for Soldiersand trained with Afghan EOD teams and partnered with members kept involuntarily past their expiration term and commanders to learn more about theof the Slovakian army to help develop its EOD program. of service to deploy with their unit, through Enlisted Involuntary Early Separation Program “We spent countless hours of training with the ANA and the the implementation of “stop loss.” That is is to talk to their unit career counselor. TheAfghan police developing soldiering skills and building the no longer the case. career counselor, Bragg said, is the subjectcapacity for Afghan EOD teams,” Copeland said. “An Afghan “Now we are asking for volunteers to matter expert within battalions and brigadesEOD tech is probably the most dangerous job you can have.” meet the deployment, and we are not forcing who completes extensions for Soldiers who Because of its efforts, the company earned numerous awards, them to go,” Bragg said. opt to extend, and who additionally identifiesincluding five Slovakian Afghan Commemorative Service The program affects Soldiers who have the population subject to the program.medals, 20 Bronze Star medals and 11 Hero of the Battle Space more than three years active duty service, butawards from Combined Joint Task Force Paladin-South. less than six years total service. Who is affected Copeland said his Soldiers were recognized as the bestcompany under Paladin. is determined by a unit’s “latest arrival date” in theater. Learn more Even with all of the awards and recognition, Soldiers said During Phase 1 of the program, Soldiers in All Army Activities142/2012they still enjoy coming home. units with a LAD before Dec. 31, and who https://www.us.army.mil/suite/ 1st Lt. Aaron Graff said he was looking forward to visiting have an expiration term of service that falls doc/36616926loved ones in Pennsylvania and enjoying the outdoors. between their unit’s LAD and 179 days after “I was only here two months before we deployed, so I want to the LAD, are subject to the current 90-day Military Personnel 12-165do all of the things Colorado Springs has to offer,” he said, listing involuntary separation program. https://www.hrc.army.mil/fishing, hiking and climbing Pikes Peak. “It feels good to be Phase 2 of the program applies to Soldiers Milper/12-165home and breathe in the clean, Colorado air.” in units with a LAD between Jan. 1 and April AER campaign Friday is the last day to contribute to the annual Army Emergency Relief Campaign which provides emergency Fort Carson AER officials hope to raise $200,000 during the campaign that kicked off March 1. Last year the campaign through their unit project officer. All community members may donate cash, check or allotment ends Friday financial assistance to Soldiers and Family members. campaign raised $126,187. Soldiers may donate to the by visiting Army Community Service, building 1526.
June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 5 Soldiers assigned to 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, load “casualties” into a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter from 1st Armored Division’s Combat Aviation Brigade during medical evacuation lane training, part of “Raider Strike,” May 22.‘Raider Strike’ enhances skills Story and photos by Spc. Nathan Thome1st Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs Office, “These exercises have given us the opportunity to plan and maneuver our forces in a (force-on-force understanding each other’s roles and responsibilities on the battlefield. 4th Infantry Division scenario),” said 1st Lt. Joseph Izraelevitz, platoon leader, “Being a mounted element, we don’t usually work Company C, 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment. with infantry,” said Spc. Hector Vega, armor crewman, Refining fundamental maneuver skills to better “Our Soldiers continued to push forward when the Company C, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. Reg. “The way weemploy combat forces and perform decisive actions exercises put them in high-intensity situations.” maneuver is different than the way a dismountedon the battlefield is the focus of the two-month The training event provided “Raider” Brigade element maneuvers, which taught us more about each“Raider Strike” training exercise at Camp Red Devil armor crewmen and infantrymen the opportunity to other and provided a valuable learning experience.”on Fort Carson. work together, while learning new skills and During each scenario-based training exercise, Soldiers of 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th senior leaders from throughout theInfantry Division, began the exercise April 30 in brigade served as observers for thepreparation for their upcoming rotation to the training units, providing an unbiasedNational Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif. assessment of their performances. “This training provides realistic scenario-based “We want to ensure that battalions aresituations in which Soldiers apply their abilities to performing to the best of their abilities,”complete tasks,” said Maj. Wayne Keeler, training said Keeler. “Providing an impartial set ofand operations officer-in-charge, 1st Special Troops eyes gives battalions a quality assessmentBattalion. “It serves as a culmination of training in training and proficiency levels.”exercises for 1st BCT Soldiers from individual to The assessments offer leaders a clearcompany-sized elements.” understanding of what is expected of the Throughout the exercise, Soldiers from the battalions, Keeler said. By knowing theirbrigade’s six battalions serve as training enablers, unit’s competency level, commanders canopposing forces and role-players to assist units in identify and correct deficiencies, whilevalidating skills. adapting to the mission. The training regimen includes vehicle maneuver During Raider Brigade’s deploymentexercises, air and ground medical evacuation lanes, to Afghanistan in 2010-2011, Soldiersand react-to-contact and chemical attack drills. traveled by Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles and conducted Right: Soldiers assigned to 1st Battalion, 22nd dismounted patrols instead of using the Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th M2 Bradley Fighting Vehicles and M1 Infantry Division, don their Mission Oriented Protective Abrams tanks. Posture gear to protect themselves from a simulated Given an opportunity to train with chemical attack during “Raider Strike,” May 22. their assigned armored fighting vehicles, Raider Soldiers are working hard to develop their skills, staying proficient in their warrior tasks, while improving their capabilities, Keeler said. “There is always room for improvement, so we continue to train and better ourselves,” said Izraelevitz. “When the brigade goes to NTC, we want our Soldiers trained to the best of their abilities.” After completing Raider Strike, 1st BCT units will deploy to NTC as a brigade-sized element, combining the battalion missions to conduct military operations in realistic combat situations. Left: Soldiers assigned to 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, conduct tactical combat maneuvers during “Raider Strike,” May 22.
6 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012Monument honors fallen heroes in Korea By Walter T. Ham IV Eighth Army Public Affairs the armistice was signed, ending a devastating three-year war,” he said. in the line of duty in Korea.” The KATUSA program was estab- was donated by the Korea Defense Industry Association, Korean- “Even though the peninsula has been lished by former UNC Commander American Association, Yu Yongweon’s YONGSAN GARRISON, South at relative peace since the signing, there Gen. Douglas MacArthur and first Military World and the Korea DefenseKorea — Senior military officials have been a number of North Korean ROK President Syngman Lee during and Security Forum.dedicated a monument June 8 to provocations. From the Panmunjom the early days of the Korean War. Written in English and Korean,the American troops and Korean axe murders to the various other Thurman said the KATUSA the inscription reads: “The people of theAugmentees to the U.S. Army who attacks by the North, 43 Korean program personifies the teamwork that Republic of Korea have built thishave died defending freedom in Augmentees to the U.S. Army and 92 keeps the alliance strong and ready. monument to honor the souls of theSouth Korea since the Korean War U.S. servicemembers have been killed “Working together as a team fallen Soldiers of United States ForcesArmistice was signed. has helped to build mutual Korea and KATUSAs who died During a dedication ceremony, trust, common understanding fighting the communists here on theRepublic of Korea-United States and cooperation between our peninsula for the peace and democracyAlliance off icials unveiled the countries, which is an of the Republic of Korea. They foughtmonument next to the Eighth Army inseparable bond that we until death to preserve the sacredheadquarters complex. share today,” said Thurman. spirit of liberal democracy that we are Hosted by Gen. James D. Thurman, Thurman praised the Korean committed to pass on to our sons andcommander, Combined Forces War hero, Paik, who was the first daughters now and forever.”Command, the ceremony was attended four-star general in the ROK The monument exemplifies theby many senior leaders, to include Army, for helping to establish enduring commitment of the allianceROK National Defense Minister Kim the KATUSA program. to defend freedom and maintainKwan-jin, ROK Joint Chiefs Chairman “I’d like to thank General peace and stability on the KoreanGen. Jung Seung-jo, Deputy CFC Paik for his role in founding Peninsula, Thurman said.Commander Gen. Kwon Oh-sung, the KATUSA program,” said “Although a monument cannotretired ROK Army Gen. Paik Sun-yup, Thurman. “Today we have more replace a life, it is the least we can do toretired former U.S. Army Chief of than 3,300 KATUSAs that con- show our respect to those KATUSAsStaff Gen. Gordon Sullivan and Eighth tinue to stand side-by-side with and the U.S. servicemembers whoArmy Commanding General Lt. Gen. their U.S. partners as we deter made the ultimate sacrifice,” he said.John D. Johnson. aggression and preserve peace “This monument not only pays “We dedicate this monument, the Photo by Pvt. Choi Joon and stability on the peninsula.” tribute to those fallen heroes of thefirst of its kind, on behalf of these Senior Republic of Korea-United States Alliance The monument takes its past but also reflects our continuedgreat warriors that have sacrificed and officials pause for a moment of silence June 8, place of honor on the U.S. commitment to the ROK-U.S. Alliancegiven their lives in the defense of during a dedication ceremony for a monument military post near a statue of and to our motto, ‘Katchi Kapsida’ —freedom,” said Thurman, who is also that honors the American troops and Korean Korean War-era Eighth Army We Go Together,” said Thurman.the commander of United Nations Augmentees to the U.S. Army who have died Commander Gen. Walton Walker “Together they fought, together theyCommand and U.S. Forces Korea. defending freedom since the Korean War and Korean naval hero Adm. died and together they will be “It has been almost 59 years since Armistice was signed. Yi Sun-shin. The monument remembered.”
June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 7Miscellaneous Fort Carson dining facilities hours of operationThe Fort Carson-U.S. Army Medical Department Dining facility Friday-Monday Tuesday-Thursday Activity — will conduct a change of command Stack Closed Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. ceremony for its Medical Company Thursday. Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Outgoing commander Capt. Lisa M. Paroz will pass Dinner: 5-6:30 p.m. command to incoming commander Capt. Bethany Wolf Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. A. Wagner in front of the Medical Company Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Building, building 7508, at 10 a.m. The Medical Dinner: 5-6:30 p.m. Dinner: Closed Company supports approximately 425 Soldiers at Fort Carson and Dugway Proving Grounds in Warfighter Closed Breakfast: 7-9 a.m. Utah. The company provides leadership, training, (Wilderness Road Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. deployment readiness, Family support and adminis- Complex) Dinner: Closed trative responsibility for MEDDAC Soldiers. LaRochelle Closed Breakfast: 7-9 a.m.The Fort Carson Inspector General’s Office — 10th SFG(A) Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. will offer limited services in building 1659 Friday. Dinner: Closed The IG office will reopen with full service Monday in its new location, building 1668, north numbers and points of contact for services: available, special handling of property and of the Magrath Avenue and Prussman Boulevard • Facility repair/service orders — Fort environmental needs. To schedule an orientation, intersection. Call 526-3900 for more information. Carson Support Services service order desk can be contact Arnaldo Borrerorivera at arnaldo.Self-Help Weed Control Program — Department of reached at 526-5345. Use this number for emergencies email@example.com for receiving/turn in; Mike Defense regulations require training for people or routine tasks and for reporting wind damage, Welsh at firstname.lastname@example.org for reutilization/web applying pesticides on military installations. Units damaged traffic signs or other facility damage. tools; or Rufus Guillory at email@example.com. interested in participating in the program must • Refuse/trash and recycling — Call Eric Retirement briefings — are held from 8 a.m. to noon send Soldiers for training on the proper handling, Bailey at 719-491-0218 or email eric.e.bailey4. the second and third Wednesday of each month at transportation and application of herbicides. Once firstname.lastname@example.org when needing trash containers, trash the Joel Hefley Community Center conference room, individuals are properly trained by the Directorate is overflowing or emergency service is required. 6800 Prussman Ave. The Retirement Services Office of Public Works base operations contractor, • Facility custodial services — Call Bryan recommends spouses accompany Soldiers to the Soldiers can be issued the appropriate products Dorcey at 526-6670 or email bryan.s.dorcey.civ@ briefing. Call 526-2840 for more information. and equipment so units can treat weeds in rocked mail.mil for service needs or to report complaints. Reassignment briefings — are held Tuesdays areas around their unit facilities. Weed control • Elevator maintenance — Call Bryan for Soldiers heading overseas and Thursdays for training sessions for Soldiers are available the first Dorcey at 526-6670 or email bryan.s.dorcey.civ personnel being reassigned stateside. The briefings and third Monday of the month, May-September, @mail.mil. are held in building 1129, Freedom Performing Arts from 10 a.m. to noon in building 3708. Products • Motor pool sludge removal/disposal — Center; sign-in is at 7 a.m. and briefings start at 7:30 and equipment will be available for Soldiers on a Call Dennis Frost at 526-6997 or email a.m. Soldiers are required to bring Department hand receipt. Each unit may send up to five people email@example.com. of the Army Form 5118, signed by their unit for training. Call 492-0166 for more information. • Repair and utility/self-help — Call Gary personnel section, and a pen to complete forms.Finance travel processing — All inbound and Grant at 526-5844 or email gerald.l.grant2.civ Call 526-4730/4583 for more information. outbound Temporary Lodging Expense, “Do it @mail.mil. Use this number to obtain self-help Army ROTC Green to Gold briefings — are held Yourself ” Moves, servicemember and Family tools and equipment or a motorized sweeper. the first and third Tuesday of each month at member travel, travel advance pay and travel pay • Base operations contracting officer noon at the education center, building 1117, inquiries will be handled in building 1218, room 231. representative — Call Terry Hagen at 526-9262 room 120. Call University of Colorado- Call 526-4454 or 524-2594 for more information. or email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions Colorado Springs Army ROTC at 262-3475 forFirst Sergeants’ Barracks Program — is located in on snow removal, grounds maintenance and more information. building 1454 on Nelson Boulevard. The hours of contractor response to service orders. ETS briefings — for enlisted personnel are held operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. The • Portable latrines — Call Jerald Just at the first and third Wednesday of each month. office assists Soldiers with room assignments and 524-0786 or email email@example.com to Briefing sign in begins at 7 a.m. at the Soldier terminations. For more information call 526-9707. request latrines, for service or to report damaged Readiness Building, building 1042, room 244,Sergeant Audie Murphy Club — The Fort Carson or overturned latrines. on a first-come, first-served basis. Soldiers must Sergeant Audie Murphy Club meets the third The Fort Carson Trial Defense Service office — is be within 120 days of their expiration term of Tuesday of each month at the Family Connection able to help Soldiers 24/7 and is located at building service, but must attend the briefing no later than Center from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The 1430, room 240. During duty hours, Soldiers should 30 days prior to their ETS or start of transition SAMC is open to all active members and those call 526-4563. The 24-hour phone number for after leave. Call 526-2240/8458. interested in becoming future SAMC members. hours, holidays and weekends is 719-358-3275. Special Forces briefings — are held Wednesdays in The club was originally a U.S. Forces Command Questions can also be submitted by email to building 1430, room 123, from noon to 1 p.m. organization of elite noncommissioned officers FtCarsonTDS@gmail.com. Know your rights. Soldiers must be specialist to staff sergeant from any but is now an Armywide program for individuals Legal services — provided at the Soldier military occupational specialty, have a general who have met the criteria and have proven Readiness Processing site are for Soldiers under- technical score of at least 107, be a U.S. citizen, score themselves to be outstanding NCOs through a going the SRP process. The SRP Legal Office 240 or higher on the Army Physical Fitness Test, and board/leadership process. Contact the SAMC will only provide powers of attorney or notary pass a Special Forces physical. Call 524-1461 or president, Staff Sgt. Thomas Witt, at 526-5661 services to Soldiers processing through the SRP. visit the website at http://www.bragg.army.mil/sorb. for more information. Retirees, Family members and Soldiers not inRecycle incentive program — The Directorate of the SRP process can receive legal assistance Hours of Operation Public Works has an incentive program to prevent and powers of attorney at the main legal office recyclable waste from going to the landfill. located at 1633 Mekong St., building 6222, next • In-processing — Monday-Thursday from Participating battalions can earn monetary to the Family Readiness Center. Legal assistance 7:30-10:30 a.m. rewards for turning recyclable materials in to the prepares powers of attorney and performs notary • Initial and partial issues — Monday- Fort Carson Recycle Center, building 155. Points services on a walk-in basis from 8:30 a.m. to 4 Friday from 12:30-3:30 p.m. are assigned for the pounds of recyclable goods p.m. Mondays-Wednesdays and Fridays, and • Cash sales/report of survey — Monday- turned in and every participating battalion from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursdays. Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. receives money quarterly. Call 526-5898 for more • Direct exchange and partial turn ins — information about the program. Briefings Monday-Friday from 7:30-11:30 a.m.Directorate of Public Works services — DPW is • Full turn ins — by appointment only; call responsible for a wide variety of services on Fort Casualty Notification/Assistance Officer training — 526-3321. Carson. Services range from repair and maintenance is held July 17-19 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in • Unit issues and turn ins — Call 526- of facilities to equipping units with a sweeper and the education center, building 1117, room 303c. 5512/6477 for approval. cleaning motor pools. Listed below are phone This training is required for all Soldiers asked to Education Center hours of operation — The perform this solemn duty. Per Army Regulation Mountain Post Training and Education Center, BOSS meetings are 600-8-1, this duty is limited to those in the ranks of building 1117, 526-2124, hours are as follows: held the first and third sergeant first class to command sergeant major, • Counselor Support Center — Monday- Thursday of each chief warrant officer 2-5 and captain and above. No Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Fridays 11 month from 2-3:30 reservations are required to attend training. Classes a.m. to 4:30 p.m. p.m. at The Foxhole. offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Call Jean • Army Learning Center — Monday- Contact Cpl. Rachael Graves at 526-5613/ 5614 for more information. Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Robertson at 524-2677 Disposition Services — Defense Logistics Agency • Defense Activity for Nontraditional or visit the BOSS office Disposition Services Colorado Springs, located in Education Support and Army Personnel in room 106 of The Hub for more information. building 381, conducts orientations Fridays from Testing — Monday-Friday 7:30-11:30 a.m. and Text “follow CarsonBOSS” to 40404 to receive 12:30-3:30 p.m. The orientations discuss DLA 12:30-4:30 p.m. updates and event information. processes to include turning in excess property, Repair and Utility self-help — has moved to building reutilizing government property, web-based tools 217 and is open Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
8 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012‘Regulars’ dominateIron Horse Week Story and photo by leader, Headquarters and Headquarters Spc. Nathan Thome Company, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. Reg.1st Brigade Combat Team Public Soldiers used their personal time theAffairs Office, 4th Infantry Division week before the competition to work together in preparation for events, which Soldiers of 1st Battalion, 22nd provided Soldiers the chance to get toInfantry Regiment, beat out the com- know each other and to learn theirpetition June 4-8, taking first place in strengths and weaknesses, Herron said. Command Sgt. Maj. Brian Stall, left, senior enlisted leader, 4th Infantry Division andeight of 16 sporting events, and placing While teams practiced daily, Fort Carson, and Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson, right, commanding general, 4th Inf. Div.second and third in six others to capture Soldiers determined who were the and Fort Carson, present Command Sgt. Maj. Timothy Edwards, second from left, seniorthe Iron Horse Week Commander’s Cup best competitors for a particular enlisted leader, 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4thin the large unit category. event, said Spc. Michael Mckelroy, Inf. Div., and commander, Lt. Col. Steve Adams, with the Iron Horse Week Commander’s “Regulars” Soldiers earned top infantryman, Headquarters and Cup for the large unit category during an awards ceremony at Iron Horse Park June 8.honors in the archery, 10-kilometer Headquarters Company.run and marksmanship competitions, Some Soldiers were better in gave Soldiers a chance to unwind commanding general, 4th Inf. Div. andand boxing, flag football and volleyball certain positions, so teams based from all the training we’ve been Fort Carson, and senior enlisted leader,tournaments held at various recreation strategies around each individual’s doing,” Mckelroy said. Command Sgt. Maj. Brian Stall, pre-sites throughout the post. skill sets, he said. Getting the chance to work with sented the Regulars Battalion with the “Words can’t begin to describe the Regulars didn’t say they were the Soldiers from other companies also large unit Commander’s Cup for beingamount of pride I have for my Soldiers,” best; they proved it in the events, said helped to create a bond between Iron Horse Week’s overall champions.said Command Sgt. Maj. Timothy Herron, who won the 10-kilometer Soldiers, which will be an advantage “This is a major achievement forEdwards, senior enlisted run in 49 minutes, earning during missions, he said. our battalion,” said Herron. “Soldiersleader, 1st Bn., 22nd Inf. his battalion 50 points. “We came from different companies, trained hard, performed their best inReg., 1st Brigade Combat Despite having lim- and had different jobs, but that didn’t their events and, as a result, we won aTeam, 4th Inf. Div. ited time to practice matter to us,” Mckelroy said. “Our huge trophy.”“They gave it their best for the competitions camaraderie pushed us to strive to win, Edwards said he and the battalionshot and brought home due to field training and we did.” commander have something specialthe trophy.” the month prior, 1st After the competition, Soldiers planned for the Soldiers who won Becoming the division Bn., 22nd Inf. Reg., and Families gathered at Iron Horse their events.champions wasn’t a teams stepped up to Park to attend the Iron Horse Week “They really deserve it. Theywalk in the park for the the challenge. unit award ceremony, followed by a impressed me with their level ofRegulars, said 1st Lt. “Being out (in the free concert. commitment and, through that, set theKenneth Herron, platoon field) and competing Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson, standard for the division,” Edwards said. 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.
June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 9CombativesSoldiers compete for Iron Horse glory By Pfc. Andrew Ingram gratifying to see it pay off here.” sioned officer-in-charge of the Fort Carson MAC 4th Infantry Division Public Affairs Throughout the week of sporting events, Soldiers Program, said he looks forward to leading the Fort and their Families took time to relax, engage in Carson combatives team to the All-Army competition. Staff Sgt. Eric Reid tightened the choke hold on friendly competition and celebrate the legacy of the “The Soldiers that win here are the best Forthis opponent’s neck. Spc. Jake Harris struggled and Iron Horse Division. Fort Carson Soldiers participated Carson has to offer,” he said. “I think we have atried to break free for a few seconds, but as black in more than a dozen tournaments and contests, really high quality of fighters out here.”spots began to swim in front of his vision, he relaxed building camaraderie and esprit de corps while Westrich said he hoped the tournament motivatedslightly and tapped his palm against Reid’s arm earning bragging rights for their units. more Soldiers to get involved with the MACP.three times —a signal he conceded the match. As During the first day of competition, combatants “All of the matches were really hard fought,”the referee pulled the combatants apart, the Special grappled and attempted to force their opponents he said. “The average Soldier is getting tougherEvents Center erupted with cheers and applause. into a submission. The victors fought multiple mentally and physically. That is where we want this Soldiers from units across the post brought the bouts through the course of the day, pushing their program to take us.”challenge to the mat, competing to earn a spot on bodies closer and closer to their limit as theythe roster of the Fort Carson Modern Army advanced in the tournament.Combatives team, during an Iron Horse Week MAC “There are some very dedicated Soldierstournament, June 6-8. out here,” said tournament referee Sgt. Joseph With the top four fighters from each weight Rewerts, Headquarters and Headquarterscategory selected to represent Fort Carson in the Troop, 3rd Brigade Special Troops Battalion,All-Army MAC tournament at Fort Hood, Texas, in 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Inf. Div. “Most ofJuly, competitors had an incentive to win, said Reid, the decisions have been pretty close, and thereinfantryman assigned to Company A, Headquarters have been a lot of back-to-back fights and aand Headquarters Battalion, 4th Infantry Division. lot of determination from these fighters.” “I’ve put in a lot of hard work for this over the During the semifinals, the competition heatedpast four or five months — four or five days at up; authorized to strike the face with open palmthe local gym, every week,” said Reid, who won the and the body with closed fist during the lead up111-125 weight class championship match. “It’s to the championship matches, Soldiers attacked their opponents with a new ferocity. “I’m pretty good at submissions and the ground game, but I’m not a great stand-up fighter, so this fight was a challenge for me,” said Staff Sgt. Amanda Henderson, finance specialist, Headquarters Support Company, 64th Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd BCT, after losing a bout. Competitors were eliminated after losing two bouts. “Win or lose, it’s great to get out here and represent my unit in front of the whole post,” said Henderson, who placed third in the overall tournament. On the last day of competition, the finalists from each of the eight weight classes donned protective gloves and shin guards, and squared off against each other in a caged octagon ring. “It’s an amazing feeling to win,” said Reid. “We have a lot of experienced fighters going to the competition at Fort Hood. Hopefully, I can learn from them, and we will have a good showing when we get there.” Staff Sgt. Benjamin Westrich, noncommis- Photo by Pfc. Andrew Ingram Photo by Sgt. Khori JohnsonAbove: Pfc. Cheyenne Sullivan, Above: Sgt. Nathan Engel,intelligence analyst, Company B, World Class Athlete Program,Headquarters and Headquarters attempts to pull away fromBattalion, 4th Infantry Division, Spc. Jeremy Campbell,slams Staff Sgt. Amanda motor transport operator,Henderson, finance specialist, 360th TransportationHeadquarters Support Company, Company, 68th Combat64th Brigade Support Battalion, Sustainment Support3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Inf. Battalion, 43rd SustainmentDiv., to the mat during a semifinals Brigade, during a Fort Carsonmatch of the Fort Carson Modern Modern Army CombativesArmy Combatives Program tournament at the Specialtournament, part of Iron Horse Events Center during IronWeek, at the Fort Carson Special Horse Week, June 7.Events Center, June 7. Sullivanwon the match, earning a spot inthe tournament finals, June 8.Despite the loss, Henderson placed Left: Maj. Matthew Clark,third for her weight class. operations officer, 4th Infantry Division, attempts to subdue Capt. Connor Trulsson, operations officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 4th Inf. Div., with a choke hold during the Fort Carson Modern Army Combatives tournament, part of Iron Horse Week, at the Special Events Center, June 7. Clark won the match, moving on to the next level of competition. Photo by Pfc. Andrew Ingram
10 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012Carson honors fallen hero Sgt. Tofiga Joshua Tautolo Aug. 31, 1988 – May 27, 2012 Sgt. Tofiga Joshua Tautolowas born Aug. 31, 1988, in Command Sgt.Pago Pago, American Samoa. Maj. Alan Gibson,He enlisted in the Marine senior enlistedCorps in 2006 and graduated adviser, Rearfrom Recruit Training and the Detachment, 4thMarine School of Infantry in Brigade CombatSan Diego. He graduated from Team, 4th Infantrythe Marine Supply School in Division, pays2008 as a warehouse clerk and last respects towas transferred to the 1st Sgt. Tofiga JoshuaSupply Battalion, Combat Tautolo, cavalryLogistic Regiment 15, 1st scout, Troop B,Marine Logistics Group, 1st 3rd Squadron,Marine Expeditionary Force atCamp Pendleton, Calif. He Tautolo 61st Cavalry Regiment, 4thdeployed with the 1st Supply Bn. three times, twice to Iraq and BCT, at Soldiers’once to Afghanistan. Memorial Chapel, Tautolo left the Marines and enlisted in the Army in 2010, June 8.graduating from One Station Unit Training at Fort Knox, Ky., as Photo by Staff Sgt. Andrew Porcha cavalry scout. He was assigned to Troop B, 3rd Squadron, 61stCavalry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th InfantryDivision at Fort Carson in July. He deployed as a driver and The 2nd Battalion, 12thgunner March 12. Infantry Regiment Honor Guard, Tautolo’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4thMedal, Purple Heart, Navy Unit Commendation, National Defense Infantry Division, renders a finalService Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with two bronze salute in honor of fallen comradestars, Iraq Campaign Medal with bronze star, Global War on Sgt. Tofiga Joshua Tautolo,Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service cavalry scout, Troop B, 3rdRibbon, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon with bronze star, NATO Squadron, 61st CavalryMedal and Combat Action Badge. Regiment, 4th BCT, during a Tautolo is survived by his wife, Rita; son, Toaotaua; father memorial service at Soldiers’Foai; stepmother, Evotia; brother, Valoai; and sisters, Lusia, Emi Memorial Chapel, June 8.and Theresa. Photo by Staff Sgt. Andrew Porch EXPERIENCE A MORE BEAUTIFUL YOU! MILITARY DISCOUNTS Breast Enlargement Breast Lift Tummy Tuck Liposuction FREE CONSULTATION Affordable Financing Options DOUGLAS J. RASKIN, M.D., D.M.D Baylor, Harvard & Stanford Trained Certified by American Board of Plastic Surgery GREAT CHINA BUFFET Super Buffet Voted Best in the Springs Featuring All You Can Eat Chinese, American and Japanese Cuisine WE NOW OFFER TAKE-OUT FROM OUR MENU & BUFFET* *Charge per pound 572-8009 Airport S. Academy Blvd Satellite Powers Blvd Hotel Circle Dr 628 South Academy Blvd. Exit 25 Great China 139 Buffet Fountain 24 LUNCH DINNER Monday-Sunday Monday-Saturday 4:00pm-9:30pm 11:00am-3:45pm Sunday 4:00pm-9:00pm
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June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 13Horse Week competition “Just like in real life, communication’s the Other safety precautions included a five-footkey,” he said. safety perimeter around the enclosed playing For those charged with running the event, area, and referees made sure everyone woresafety served as the foundation for every phase protective masks while in the playing area.of the tournament. Overall, the paintball tournament “We played with rubber balls instead of received a large amount of positive feedback,paintballs,” said Master Sgt. Robert Geonatta, said Geonatta.noncommissioned officer-in-charge of the “I’m being told that this was the mainevent and operations NCO, 64th BSB. “Since attraction for the first couple of days of Ironthe balls are solid, we had to make sure that all Horse Week,” he said. “It’s been a great event.of the guns were calibrated to only about three The Soldiers were motivated, and it’s beenpounds of air pressure to maintain the speed.” pretty successful.” Photo by Sgt. Khori Johnson Above: Sgt. Justin Bemis, 127th Military Police Battalion, 759th MP Battalion, peeks around an obstacle to zero in on the opposition during a round of paintball in Iron Horse Park during Iron Horse Week, June 6. Left: Soldiers of 1st Battalion, 68th Armor Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, charge forward during a round of paintball in Iron Horse Park, June 6. Photo by Sgt. Khori Johnson 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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June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 15Daughtryrocks Carson By Kerstin Lopez Special to the Mountaineer The Colorado Springs military community came out in full forceJune 8 as the award-winning rock group, Daughtry, took the stage andperformed at Iron Horse Park. The free concert, offered through a partnership with Directorate of Familyand Morale, Welfare and Recreation and the Air Force Reserve, is part of the global “Tour for the Troops” event and culminated Iron Horse Week. “I couldn’t be happier than to be here at Fort Carson with all you beautiful people tonight,” Daughtry told the crowd. “Thank you so much for what you do for us and what you sacrifice.” The event catered to nearly 6,000 military personnel and their guests, said Ann Edinger, chief, DFMWR Events and Entertainment. Photo by Kerstin Lopez “It was a great Colorado evening —perfect for a concert,” Edinger said. “It was great to see our Soldiers andFamilies enjoying the music — dancing, singing and just generally having fun. “For just one night, for just a couple of hours, our Families escaped thepressures of continued deployment (and) redeployment, and shared a greattime with their neighbors, Families and friends,” she said. Daughtry is led by former “American Idol” finalist Chris Daughtry,who is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for the band. In 2006, Daughtry released its self-titled debut album, which sold morethan 4 million copies and was named the best-selling album of 2007 byBillboard magazine. Since then, Daughtry has released two more studio albumsand toured the U.S. and overseas to include several Air Force, Naval and otherdeployment locations in Germany, Turkey, Spain and Southwest Asia. Staff Sgt. Alejandro Torres, 127th Military Police Company, 759thMP Battalion, attended the concert with his wife and said the event wasgreat for the community. “It was a good show,” Torres said. “It’s good for morale, and we should Photo by Kerstin Lopezhave more events like this one — especially if it’s free.” Chris Daughtry performs for thousands during a free concert at Iron Horse Park June 8. The crowd erupts as Daughtry band members take a final bow at the conclusion of the June 8 concert at Iron Horse Park. Photo by Devin Fisher
16 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012Archaeologist presents at baseball hall of fame By Andrea Sutherland “It reflects how we’ve developed contact — so from the 1500s to 50 Mountaineer staff as a culture.” years ago,” he said. “Baseball developed Dodson combined his interests out of the Civil War. It was the For centuries Americans have been in baseball and archaeology and, in working man’s way of passing time.”defined by the stars and stripes, apple his spare time, pursued his research Dodson researched thepie and the scrappy sport of baseball. on the impact of baseball on historical ties baseball fields at allThe pastime, which gained momentum American culture. levels of competition had on thein the late 19th century, runs deep His findings earned him a surrounding communities.with fans and players alike. spot speaking at the 24th annual “Over time, teams take on the For Timothy Dodson, an Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball identity of the cities, towns andarchaeologist and contractor at Piñon and American Culture at the National regions they play in,” he said.Canyon Maneuver Site, the sport Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum “For example, Wrigley Field inpresents more than entertainment in Cooperstown, N.Y., June 1. Chicago reflects the architectureand competition. Dodson also presented at the and neighborhood demographics.” “Baseball is so intertwined in symposium in 2011. Dodson took his research aAmerican culture,” said Dodson. “It’s a really cool event,” he step further, investigating the said. “It’s where all these baseball impact baseball had on small coal nerds get together and talk about mining camps and towns, specifically“(The symposium) how much they love the sport.” in southeastern Colorado. Dodson A St. Louis native and Cardinals He found that baseball provided fan, Dodson said he grew up playing miners with entertainment, a sense high. Because miners continued to work, is where all these baseball and loved watching the game. of pride in their community and an mines throughout Colorado “accounted for the majority of coal output in “Most kids play some sort of identity, which helped prevent the baseball nerds baseball,” he said. “I thought why hasn’t anyone done the archaeology workers from turning to other forms of entertainment such as gambling the western United States, which, in turn, allowed for the establishment get together and of baseball?” With a master’s degree in and drinking. In the description of his talk, of industrial based communities.” Dodson said he hopes to continue talk about how maritime archaeology from Southampton University in the Dodson argued that “the communal unification that baseball provided researching the impact of baseball and has considered researching baseball United Kingdom and years of training helped ease tension between the and its influence within the military. much they love as a field archaeologist, Dodson various immigrants that worked and “When many people think about professional sports they think this is combined his passions through what lived in the camp as well as the tension the sport.” he calls “historical archaeology.” “In America, historical archaeology that was created between the miners and the coal mining companies.” just about money and entertaining,” he said. “It’s so important — how can you — Timothy Dodson refers to anything that has happened He concluded that baseball aided understand where we’re going without in this country post-European in keeping morale, as well as production, understanding where we’ve been?” Military Discounts Invisible Braces Invisalign No Interest Financing GREAT VALUE! * *Please ask about your 4331 Centennial Blvd. 1813 North Circle Drive Garden of the Gods & Centennial Circle & Constitution We offer a Complimentary Consultation! 1694 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd. 635-2020 632-2020 719-538-4671 www.appleorthocolorado.com 4319 Integrity Center Point 1130 Lake Plaza Drive NW Corner of Powers & Barnes Lake Ave & Lake Plaza (next to Culvers) 634-2020 578-2020 We have your WWW.ABBAEYECARE.COM community covered Exams as young as 6 months of age The Fort Carson Community The Business Community Voted #1 Eye Care in Colorado Springs The Independent & The Gazette The Peterson Air Force Base and The Schriever Air Force Base Community The NORAD Community Ft. Carson 576-5151 The Legal & Financial Community Air Force Academy 472-0524 Peterson AFB 574-5252 Call 634-5905 to subscribe or for targeted advertising opportunities
June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 19Claims to the estate ridesharing within minutes. Access the ride-share portal by visiting http://www.carson.army.1st Lt. Alejo Thompson — With deepest regret to mil/paio/sustainability.html. the Family of the deceased. Anyone having claims Vanpools forming — Vanpools are forming to serve against or indebtedness to his estate should commuters who travel on Interstate 25, Powers contact 2nd Lt. Charles Rouse at 671-840-2480. Boulevard, Security-Widefield and Fountain.Spc. Tofiga Tautolo — With deepest regret to the Vanpool costs for Soldiers and civilians may be Family of the deceased. Anyone having claims reduced (or free) when using the Army Mass against or indebtedness to his estate should contact Transit Benefit subsidy. The program provides the 2nd Lt. Andrew Schultz at 719-503-4567. van, maintenance and repairs, insurance, fuel andSpc. Clayton Michael Hershberger — With deepest has an Emergency Ride Home feature. Go to regret to the Family of the deceased. Anyone having http://tinyurl.com/FtCarsonVanPool for further claims against or indebtedness to his estate should details, and to reserve your spot. Contact contact 1st Lt. Corry Shepherd at 526-0481. Anneliesa Barta, Sustainable Fort Carson at1st Lt. Gregory A. Maull — With deepest regret to 526-6497 or email email@example.com the Family of the deceased. Anyone having claims for more information. against or indebtedness to his estate should contact 2nd Lt. Andre Rougeot at 526-6911. Ongoing eventsUpcoming events Yard sales — can be held on post the first and third Saturday of the month through December.District 8 proposed budget — Community members Post residents set up their items in front of may attend Wednesday’s meeting of the Board of their homes. Single Soldiers and Families who Education for District 8 at the administration reside off post can set up in the building 5510 building located at 10665 Jimmy Camp Road in parking lot. Yard sales are organized and Fountain at 6 p.m. The proposed budget will be conducted by the Installation Mayoral Program, considered for adoption. Any person paying school the Directorate of Public Works Housing Liaison taxes in the district may at any time prior to the final Office and the Balfour Beatty Family Housing adoption of the budget file or register his objection Office. Call the Mayoral Program at 526-8303 with the Board of Education. Business hours are or Army Community Service at 526-4590 for Monday-Friday between 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. more information.Save a Life Tour — The Army Substance Abuse Seeking speakers — The Fort Carson Public Affairs Program hosts the Save a Life Tour Wednesday- Office is seeking Soldiers, Family members and June 22 at the Special Events Center. Briefings civilians from Fort Carson to speak about their are at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. The event is a work, training and varied experiences to public high-impact alcohol awareness program featuring organizations throughout the Pikes Peak region. a realistic, sophisticated drunk driving simulator. Speakers must be well-qualified professionals The event is open to the community. Call Ed who know how to capture and maintain an Menjivar at 526-9191 or Susanne Watts at audience’s attention for 20-30 minutes. Speakers 526-9283 to arrange for groups of 50 or more should be comfortable speaking to businesses, people or for more information. professional organizations, community leaders, civic groups and schools. Contact Samantha KossGeneral announcements at 526-5996 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Al-Anon meetings — Al-Anon is a 12-stepPlayground closure — The playground behind program for families and friends of alcoholics building 5519 will be closed for the next four (admitted or not). Meetings take place in the weeks while a new playground is constructed. conference room of The Colorado Inn at 6 p.m. however, a referral list of private attorneys is Contact Dan Carson at 719-579-1606 ext. 223 every Monday. Attendance is free and anyone available. Call 526-5572/5573 for information. for more information. can attend these open, anonymous meetings. No-show policy — A “Commander’s AppointmentWarrior Family Medicine becomes Iron Horse — Contact Al-Anon Service Center at 719-632-0063 Policy” affects all TRICARE beneficiaries who Effective immediately, the name of Warrior Family for more information. receive health care services on Fort Carson and Medicine Clinic has changed to Iron Horse Nutrition counseling and classes — The Evans at the Premier Army Health Clinic. Multiple Family Medicine Clinic. The clinic is still located Army Community Hospital Nutrition Care no-shows could result in the stopping of medical on the second floor of Evans Army Community Division offers nutrition counseling on a healthy services; Soldiers requiring unit escorts to future Hospital. Hours of operation are from 7:30 a.m. diet, weight loss or gain, high cholesterol, appointments; patients may have to sign a statement to 4 p.m. Call 526-9277 for more information. hypertension, diabetes, sports nutrition and other acknowledging they understand the ramificationsForrest Resiliency Center Opens — Located on nutrition-related diseases or illnesses. Nutrition of multiple no-shows; a letter may be sent to the the Fort Carson Resiliency Campus, the Forrest classes include heart-healthy/lipid, weight loss, Soldier’s unit when he or his Family member has Resiliency Center is located at 1891 Prussman pregnancy nutrition, commissary tour/healthy multiple no-shows or cancellations; retirees with Blvd., building 1843. The center offers health shopping and sports nutrition. To schedule an multiple missed appointments, “left without being education classes as well as walk-in blood pressure appointment, call the TRICARE appointment seen,” or cancellations may have their locations and cholesterol screenings. The center is open to line at 719-457-2273. To register for a class, of care changed. To cancel appointments during Soldiers, Family members and civilians working at call the Nutrition Care Division at 526-7290. weekdays, beneficiaries can call the TRICARE Fort Carson. Call 526-3887 for more information. Take Off Pounds Sensibly — meets in the Grant appointment line 719-457-2273 or 866-422-7391Junior-enlisted housing available — Balfour Library conference room Thursdays. Weigh-in weekdays from 6 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Appointments Beatty Communities has junior enlisted, two- is from 5-5:45 p.m. and the meeting is from made through TRICARE online can be canceled and three-bedroom housing available. Call 6-7 p.m. Annual membership fee is $26 and at http://www.tricareonline.com. 719-579-1606 for details. includes the TOPS magazine. Monthly dues Pregnancy and Parenting Portal — A new portal2-1-1 data expands to two counties — The are $5. Call Norma Rook at 719-531-7748 or from TriWest Healthcare Alliance connects Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments has TOPS at 800-932-8677 for more information. military Families to helpful information for various partnered with Pikes Peak United Way to Legal Assistance Office — services are open to stages of pregnancy, as well as for adoption. include 2-1-1 data for El Paso and Teller counties Soldiers, Family members and retirees. Services Different from other pregnancy sites, the TriWest in the Network of Care for servicemembers, include preparation of wills, powers of attorney, portal offers information on TRICARE coverage veterans and their Families. The service name changes and stepchild adoptions. The office and locating a nearby military clinic. Access directory component of the Network of Care also offers counseling and provides advice for the site at http://www.triwest.com/pregnancy. now includes more than 1,500 local resources individuals dealing with landlord/tenant, military Highway improvements — The Colorado to assist the military community, service administrative, tax, family law and consumer Department of Transportation broke ground providers and others. Visit http://pikespeak. issues, as well as counsel and representation of on the second of three phases of safety and networkofcare.org for more information. Soldiers going through medical and physical capacity improvements along State HighwayShare-a-Ride — is a free online car pool evaluation boards. The office is open from 115 between Gates 1 and 6. The current phase coordination to and from post, as well as van 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-4 p.m., Monday-Friday. will provide four through traffic lanes from the pool options, typically for those commuting Schedule appointments by calling the last duty edge of the recently completed improvements 30 or more miles to post. Riders are matched day of the week, at 9 a.m. Sign-ups for walk-in near Gate 5 to the Rock Creek bridge, located based on their origination and destination appointments are available Monday and Thursday just south of Gate 6. It will also provide major points, as well as days and times of travel. beginning at 11:30 a.m. The Legal Assistance safety improvements at the intersection of Users specify whether they are offering a ride, Office offers a divorce and separation video State Highway 115 and Wilderness Road, just need a ride or if they are interested in sharing briefing followed by a general question-and- outside of Gate 6. The project has a fixed driving duties. When a “match” is found, users answer session Monday and Wednesday at completion date of Dec. 30. Contact Directorate are notified immediately of rider options, 9:30 a.m. and Thursday at 2 p.m. Attorneys cannot of Public Works Traffic Planning and Operations allowing them to contact and coordinate represent clients in divorce proceedings in court, at 526-9267 for more information.
20 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012Civilian leader coursesArmy redefines employee eligibility By Julia Bobick U.S. Army Recruiting Command provide deliberate progressive development for Army civilian employees, and meet the Department of Defense Instruction The Army has redefined employee 1430.16 to grow civilian leaders.eligibility for its complement of Civilian Eligibility is based on the followingEducation System leader development grade levels, with first priority given tocourses, as well as the rules for receiving supervisors, managers and team leaders, incourse equivalency credit based on previous accordance with Army Regulation 350-1,military education and training. Army Training and Leader Development. “We wanted to eliminate any confusion q Basic Course: GS-01 to GS-09 orand establish a clearly progressive leader equivalent pay banddevelopment model for our civilian q Intermediate Course: GS-10 to GS-12workforce,” said Vicki Brown, chief of or equivalent bandthe Army’s Civilian Training and Leader q Advanced Course: GS-13 to GS-15 orDevelopment Division, Army Operations, equivalent band (no change)Plans and Training Directorate. q Continuing Education for Senior In addition, she said the changes were Leaders: GS-14 to GS-15 orimplemented to help all Army leaders, equivalent (no change)supervisors and managers better define In addition, the Foundation Course iscommand training requirements, more clearly required for all civilian employees (GS-01understand their civilian employees’ training to GS-15 or equivalent) hired after Sept. 30,and leader development requirements and 2006. If required, the Foundation Coursemake appropriate recommendations for must be completed before employees aretheir professional development. eligible to apply for the resident phase of Civilian Education System courses are See Courses on Page 26aligned with a civilian employee’s grade levelsimilar to the way the Army has identifiedgrade requirements in the Noncommissioned Erika Brooks, U.S. Army Training andOfficer Education System, Warrant Officer Doctrine Command civilian educator ofEducation System and Officer Education the year, instructs students in the CivilianSystem. The realignment will allow for greater Education System Basic Course March 30consistency of requirements development at the Army Management Staff College’sacross commands and organizations, campus at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Photo by Prudence Siebert CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN DENTAL GROUP Serving the Cheyenne Mountain Community Since 1978 We accept Dr. Grant Dr. Bertsch military insurance Dr. VanOrman Dr. Koditek 3605 Star Ranch Road (corner of Star Ranch & Hwy. 115) 576-3276 Monday – Wednesday – Friday, 8a-5p Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7a-6p Accepting new patients!
June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 21Getting vaccinations healthy, smart move By Maj. David Nee Getting vaccinated now also means getting Preventive Medicine, Evans Army Community Hospital your protection earlier. It takes two weeks for most vaccinations to provide immunity. Immunization locations Vaccinations are available at: “It is amazing the change in the way we Making plans for the summer season can practice medicine in the last 15-20 years because EACH Adult Immunization Clinicbe an exciting time. of the success of a couple of the m 524-4217 “Sunscreen? Check. Camera? newer vaccines. The introduction of m Monday and Wednesday, 7:45-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m.Check. Vaccinations? What? I strep pneumo and hemophilus m Friday, 7:45-11:30 a.m.didn’t know that I needed any.” influenza type B vaccines has m Tuesday and Thursday closed to walk-in allergy Updating recommended decreased the number of shots and vaccinationsand required vaccinations children with meningitis to Pediatric Immunizationsis a healthy start to the such an extent that some m 526-7860summer season. If you newer pediatricians might m Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.plan to travel, it’s never see a case,” said m Tuberculosis skin testing Monday-Wednesday and Friday.important to get the Lt. Col. Julie Tullberg,necessary vaccines to chief of Evans Army Premier Army Health Clinicprotect you on your Community Hospital m 524-7601 or 524-7629journey. Even if you are Pediatric Services. “It is Iron Horse Family Medicine Clinictied to home this summer, a testimony to the (formerly Warrior Family Medicine Clinic)it’s smart to visit the importance of vaccines in m 526-9277immunization clinic now. the prevention of devastating First of all this is a great diseases in kids.” Robinson Family Medicine Clinictime of year to avoid the crowds. Finally, there are newly m 526-7764The clinics are less busy in the early recommended vaccinations that m Monday-Friday, 7:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-3 p.m.summer than when school physicals are people may not know they need. Summer m Closed from noon to 4 p.m. the fourth Wednesday ofunder way. In addition, if follow-on vaccinations is a good time to become educated and receive the the month for training.are necessary for children, you can minimize vaccines. A good example is the recommendation EACH Preventive Medicine Travel Medicine Clinicinterruption during the school year by completing for the pertussis-protecting TDaP vaccination. m 526-2939/7152the immunizations before school starts in the fall. Also known as whooping cough, pertussis has m For non-official travel outside of North America Floyd Edwards, Primary Care registered nurse, made a resurgence in some states. The shotoffers practical advice, “Bring in a copy of your has only been available since 2005 and many For the latest vaccination recommendations, visitchild’s immunization record from home or school adults and teens don’t realize they need booster http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/recs/schedules/default.htmas the computer record might not be complete. shots to help protect the babies in their lives.And, call the clinic to find out the best time to “Love them, protect them, immunize them,” Colorado vaccination requirements are available atwalk in for immunizations — the end of the day said Col. Stephen Ford, chief of EACH pharmacy, http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/dc/immunization/is not the best time.” regarding the value of vaccinations for children. Life. In st yle. The The The GOOD LIFE BIG LIFE EXTREME LIFE 200+ Digital Channels 200+ Digital Channels 200+ Digital Channels plus Encore plus Encore, Showtime plus Encore, Showtime and the Movie Channel and the Movie Channel, Ultra High Speed Internet (12MBPS) Ultra High Speed HBO, Cinemax & Starz Internet (12MBPS) Ultra High Speed Unlimited Digital Phone Unlimited Digital Phone Internet (12MBPS) Unlimited Digital Phone $ 12295 $13495 $15995 PER MONTH PER MONTH PER MONTH Best Friends Find your new Best Friend in Regular Rate $17334 g or get other LIFEST YLE SAVING GS Regular Rate $18899 g Regular Rate $22494 STAND -ALONE TA $ 99 95 our Classified Section. SIMPLE LIFE SERVICES STARTING AT $ TRIPLE-PL AY STA TARTING AT 1995 BA JABROADBA ND.COM/LIFEST YLE Connect to ST YLE SAV NGS AVIN LIFE BA JABROADBAND D.COM 877.42 Offers valid for new residential customers in wired, serviceable are eas. For complete details on our rates and offers pleas ff and features are subject to change at the discretion of Baja Broadbband at any time. Additional charges apply for taxes an installation, when applicable, does not include custom wiring. Othe restrictions may apply. Some services may not be av er All rights reserved. Offer expires 6.30.12 ff For advertising information call 329-5236
22 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012Servicemembers Civil Relief ActStatute protects Soldiers By Capt. Bryant Morrison benefits authorizes a stay of pending Legal Assistance attorney civil and administrative proceedings. To be eligible for a stay of The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act is a proceedings, servicemembersfederally enacted statute that updated and replaced must be in the military service orthe Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Act. As within 90 days after release frompresently written, the SCRA offers numerous military service and have notice existed prior to entry on activeprotections for individuals who enter the military, of the pending proceeding. duty to a rate of 6 percent. For aare called to active-duty service in the military or Additionally, servicemembers debt to qualify for an interest rateare deployed on military orders. may be required to request a stay reduction it must have existed prior Some of the more common protections include of proceedings with the governing to entry to or activation on active duty.lease termination, stay of proceedings and interest court. Such requests must include The SCRA extends this benefit torate reduction. two letters: one from the servicemember both secured debts and debts held jointly With respect to residential leases, the SCRA and another from the commanding officer. with servicemembers’ spouse. The SCRAmay authorize a servicemember to terminate early Both letters must outline how the servicemember’s mandates that a creditor forgive all interest above 6without penalty. Generally, a servicemember can military duty requirements materially affect his percent, thus lowering the monthly payment. On theterminate a residential lease early, provided he ability to appear at the scheduled proceeding. The converse, a creditor may not accelerate a debt as areceived permanent-change-of-station orders to a servicemember’s letter must also note when an result of reducing an interest rate. The SCRA is clearnew location or orders to deploy for a period of appearance would be feasible and the commanding that the benefit is a reduction in the monthly payment,greater than 90 days. officer’s letter must explicitly state that military not an acceleration of the principal balance owed. In order to properly invoke this right, a leave is not presently authorized. The SCRA has a number of other protections toservicemember must comply with the notice While a servicemember may be granted a stay include provisions concerning default judgments,provisions of the controlling lease agreement. of proceedings that does not mean the pending tolling of a statute of limitations, evictions,Typically, leases require servicemembers to action was disposed of; he must be diligent in foreclosures, mortgages, automobile leases, taxationprovide written notice 30 days in advance of addressing the matter when his military duty and voting rights.terminating their residential lease; however, some requirements allows. Call the Legal Assistance Office at 526-5572leases may extend the notice period to 60 days. As for interest rate reduction, the SCRA allows for more information on the SCRA or to make One of the more significant SCRA a servicemember to reduce interest on debts that an appointment. BOBBY BROWN BAIL BONDS INC. AS SEEN ON DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER OT PICK THE BOND WHY NTHE PROOF YOU NEED YOUSMAN KNOW N BY MILLIONS AROUND THE WORLD PICKED THE BEST NO FASTER WAY OUT OF JAIL! AGENTS AVAILBLE 24/7 21 YEARS OF SERVICE CREDIT NO PROBLEM ASK ABOUT NO COLLATERAL, NO CO-SIGNER BONDS MILITARY DISCOUNTS BOBBY BROWN BAIL RECOVERY SCHOOL $30 App li Fee Waiv cation e The Milit d For ary INTERNSHIPS AVAILABLE BOBBY BROWN BAIL BONDS INC. 506 S. Nevada Ave. 20pc chicken McNUGGETS ® $ 4 99 Visit Us @ BobbyBrown.com Find The Little YELLOW HOUSE, Find Your FREEDOM! Become a fan of the Colorado Springs Business Journal on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @CSBizJournal Get breaking news and headlines throughout the day, learn about upcoming events, special offers and more!
24 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012 June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 25IRONH Photo by Cpl. Anthony KozleucharO Spc. Joel Morgan, Company B, 4th Brigade Support Spc. Kenneth Hayes, Company A, 64th Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, prepares to scale theR Battalion, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, pulls a 100-pound raft during a combat swim event, part of Iron Horse Week, at the Fort Carson Outdoor Pool, June 6. rock wall during the Iron Horse Week wall climb competition at the Iron Horse Sports and Fitness Center, June 7.S Photo by Pfc. Andrew IngramEW Event fosters camaraderie, honors legacyE By Staff Sgt. Craig Cantrell 4th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office out Iron Horse Week (see page 15 for story). Throughout Iron Horse Week, the Fort Carson community gathered at Iron Horse Park combatives, flag football, golf, marksmanship, paintball, racquetball, volleyball, softball, tug of war and a wall climb. “Iron Horse Week is great for the entire 4th Inf. Div.,” said 1st Sgt. Kerry Bassett, senior enlisted leader, Company B, 1st Bn., 22nd observing and cheering on their comrades and loved ones during the week of competitions and unit cookouts.E Fort Carson Soldiers and Families took time to relax, engage in friendly competition and celebrate the 4th Infantry Division’s 95-year and physical fitness centers on post to cheer on participants, as event after event determined the strengths of each team. The five-day celebration Like many of the Army’s division-sponsored organizational events, Iron Horse Week provided Soldiers and their Families an Inf. Reg. “It’s great for the Soldiers; it builds esprit de corps and camaraderie across the entire division. Not just within units, because we get “I want to thank (the) 4th Inf. Div. for letting us do this event for Iron Horse Week and supporting us,” said Staff Sgt. BenjaminK legacy during Iron Horse Week, June 4-8. The 4th Infantry Division and Fort Carson commanding general, Maj. Gen. Joseph of Iron Horse spirit featured tournaments and matchups in a 10-kilometer run, archery, basketball, bowling, boxing, combat swim test, opportunity to break away from everyday work schedules and enjoy camaraderie, competition and esprit de corps, Anderson said. to work with Soldiers we have never worked with before — go out, have fun and build the warrior spirit,” said Bassett, coach of the Westrich, noncommissioned officer-in-charge of the Fort Carson Modern Army Combatives Program, Headquarters and Headquarters Anderson, and senior enlisted leader, Command “You come out as units; “Regulars” Battalion tug of war team. Company, U.S. Army Garrison. Sgt. Maj. Brian Stall, presented Commander’s you cheer on; you participate. “I think it’s great that the 4th Inf. Div. takes “The only reason we had 150 people compete Cups to the 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, Families come out, and you have the time to dedicate a week to fitness, competition in the tournament is because Maj. Gen. Anderson 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Inf. Div., for a great time,” Anderson said. and camaraderie within each battalion, brigade and Command Sgt. Maj. Brian Stall really put the large unit category, and the 43rd Special Iron Horse Week provided and (units) across the division,” said 1st Lt. it out there, and made it happen,” he said. Troops Battalion, 43rd Sustainment Brigade, Soldiers and servicemembers the Nicholas Vandam, operations officer, 43rd SB. Wrapping up Iron Horse Week, Soldiers 4th Inf. Div., for the small unit category. opportunity to showcase their Soldiers and Family members not carried on the traditions of bringing trophies, “The intent was to have some events the post talents while representing units. competing in the tournaments still participated, bragging rights and honors back to their units. would enjoy participating in, not making them do military skills-related activities, but sheer athletic competition,” Anderson said, during the awards ceremony June 8 prior to a free concert to close Spc. Jesse Wiley,left, and his teammate, Spc. Kieran Bowe, both assigned to Company B, 1st Battalion, 68th Armored Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Photo by Sgt. Khori Johnson Team, 4th Infantry Spc. Roderick Hervey, Company B, 3rd Special Troops Division, remove their Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry target during the Division, goes in for an easy layup during an Iron Horse marksmanship Week basketball game at Iron Horse Sports and Fitness competition event of Center, June 5. Photo by Staff Sgt. Craig Cantrell Iron Horse Week at Range 45, June 6. Spc. Cecily Ulloa, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, draws her compound bow during Photo by Spc. Nathan Thome the archery tournament at the Fort Carson Outdoor Recreation Center Archery Range during Iron Horse Week, June 7. Layout by Jeanne Mazerall
26 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012Coursesfrom Page 20 are eligible based on grade level and previous professional military education GS-12 or equivalent may not receive credit for the Advanced Course because Resources and civilian leader development course they are not yet grade-eligible to attend To learn more about andtheir target CES leader course. completions recorded in the Army the Advanced Course. Once employees register for Civilian Education The Civilian Education System, Training Requirements and Resource advance to the appropriate grade, equiva- System courses and otheradministered by the U.S. Army Training System, known as ATRRS. lency will be automatically assigned in Army civilian professionaland Doctrine Command through the In addition, the “10-year rule” for CHRTAS if they previously completed training and leaderArmy Management Staff College, receiving course equivalency credit the higher level equivalent course. development opportunities,provides centrally funded progressive has been eliminated. Individuals may Individuals with current course visit http://www.leader development courses for the now receive credit for legacy civilian reservations will not be affected by civiliantraining.army.mil.Army’s civilian workforce commensurate or military leader development courses the new eligibility rules that wentwith that of uniformed members. regardless of when they completed into effect in May. “It’s important for employees to the courses. CHRTAS automatically Reference Army ALARACT The fiscal 2013 traininglearn about the system and the programs determines equivalent course credit for 121/2012 - Civilian Education schedule for the CES coursesavailable to them so they can take PME and civilian leader development System Policy Changes, dated April 27. is now available in Civilianownership of their own development,” courses that have been approved ALARACTS can be found on Army Human Resources TrainingBrown said. “A successful career for equivalent credit by TRADOC. Knowledge Online at https://www.us. Application System andalways requires active management and The list of courses is available army.mil/suite/page/550282. qualified employees maythe best person to manage your career in the “Resources” section of the begin registering for Phase IIis you. No one else has as much at Army G-3/5/7 Civilian Training and Editor’s note: Julia Bobick, a (resident) courses.stake in the outcome of your career Leader Development website at public affairs specialist with the U.S.decisions, and no one else will work http://www.civiliantraining.army.mil, Army Recruiting Command, wrote Follow the Army Civilianas hard to ensure success.” and in CHRTAS via the main menu this article during a public affairs Training and Leader When individuals create/update their under “About CES Course Credit.” fellowship with the Civilian Training Development Division onprofiles and register for CES courses Equivalent credit will only be and Leader Development Division Facebook at http://www.within the Civilian Human Resource granted for CES courses for which in the Headquarters, Department facebook.com/Training Application System they will the individual is eligible by grade. 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30 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012Sacrifice is soul of love Commentary by I congratulate our servicemembers tremendous amount of stress they 4th Infantry Division, the Fort Carson Chap. (Maj.) Vincent Manuel for the job well done and the sacrifices faced and the sacrifices they made community and Families of this year’s U.S. Army Garrison Fort Carson they made and continue to make as during this time. Yes, there were a lot fallen heroes, gathered for a touching, Soldiers. I thank the Families, for the of sacrifices on both their parts, because powerful remembrance. But we also It is with great joy that I see many there is a lot of love in their must not forget those who are woundedservicemembers on the pews these hearts for our country and for — some disabled for life — others withdays, just returned from Afghanistan one another. Someone said invisible injuries like post-traumaticafter a long and tedious deployment. that love without sacrifice is stress disorder, who are still struggling There are so many smiling faces like love without its soul; yes, with the wounds of war. Sacrifices areof spouses and children who so they all have love with a soul. costly. They are what love is made of.eagerly awaited the safe return of their We thank them for their love, Love in return is the challengeloved ones, and now they are relieved for their sacrifice and for for the rest of us. We love those whoand excited that they are home at last. their selfless service to our have loved us by remembering, giving,I join their excitement and happiness nation. Welcome home. serving, teaching, volunteering andas they are reunited and celebrate their This thought brings me being available to help those who areFamilies. Just as I prayed every day to our recent remembrance of now deployed and their Families thatfor the safety of the deployed Soldiers Memorial Day. Several weeks are left behind.and their Families, I will continue ago we honored those who Let us keep our faith and taketo pray that their reintegration will made the ultimate sacrifice in care of one another — in the greatbe a smooth and joyful one. line of duty to our nation. The American way. God bless you all.Chapel briefsFacebook: Search “Fort Carson Chaplains Chapel Schedule (Religious Support Office)” for the latest chapel events and schedules. ROMAN CATHOLIC Day Time Service Chapel Location Contact PersonChristian Kids Club is held Tuesdays through July Saturday 4-45 p.m. Reconciliation Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 31 from 9:30 a.m. to noon for children who have Saturday 5 p.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 completed kindergarten through fifth grade. Sunday 8:15-8:45 a.m. Reconciliation Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 Sunday 9 a.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769 The free club features Bible study, games, Sunday 10:30 a.m. Religious education Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Pat Treacy/524-2458 snacks and crafts. It is limited to 30 children. Sunday 10:30 a.m. RCIA Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Pat Treacy/524-2458 Call 526-5744 for more information. Sunday 11 a.m. Mass Healer Evans Army Hospital Fr. Nwatawali/526-7347 Mon-Fri 11:45 a.m. Mass Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Cecilia Croft/526-5769Military Council of Catholic Women meets Mon-Thurs noon Mass Healer Evans Army Hospital Fr. Nwatawali/526-7347 Friday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Soldiers’ PROTESTANT Memorial Chapel. For more information Friday 4:30 p.m. Intercessory prayer, Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 call 526-5769 or visit “Fort Carson Military Bible Study Sunday 9 a.m. Protestant Healer Evans Army Hospital Chap. Gee/526-7386 Council of Catholic Women” on Facebook. Sunday 9 a.m. Communion Service Provider Barkeley & Ellis Chap. Landon/526-2803Knights of Columbus, a Catholic group for Sunday 9:15 a.m. Sunday School Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Heidi McAllister/526-5744 men 18 and older, meets the second and fourth Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Prussman Barkeley & Prussman Heidi McAllister/526-5744 Sunday 11 a.m. Protestant Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 Tuesday of the month at Soldiers’ Memorial Sunday 11 a.m. Gospel Prussman Barkeley & Prussman Ursula Pittman/503-1104 Chapel. Call 526-5769 for more information. Sunday 10 a.m. Chapel NeXt Veterans Magrath & Titus Chap. Palmer/526-3888Protestant Women of the Chapel meets Tuesday Sunday 2:30-4:30p.m. Youth ministry Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Heidi McAllister/526-5744 Tuesday 9:30 a.m. PWOC Soldiers’ Nelson & Martinez Chap. Stuart/524-4316 from 9:30 a.m. to noon at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel. Free child care is available. Email JEWISH email@example.com or visit PWOC Fort Carson Fort Carson does not offer Jewish services on post. Contact Chap. (Lt. Col.) Fields at 503-4090/4099 for Jewish service and study information on Facebook for more information.Deployed Spouses Group meets for fellowship, ISLAMIC SERVICES Fort Carson does not offer Islamic services on post. Contact the Islamic Society at 2125 N. Chestnut, 632-3364 for information. food and spiritual guidance Wednesday at 5 p.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel (FORT CARSON OPEN CIRCLE) WICCA Fellowship Hall. Children are welcome to Sunday 1 p.m. Provider Chapel, Building 1350, Barkeley and Ellis firstname.lastname@example.org attend. Call Cecilia Croft at 526-5769 for details. COLORADO WARRIORS SWEAT LODGELatter Day Saints Soldiers: Meets once or twice monthly and upon special request. Contact Michael Hackwith or Wendy Chunn-Hackwith at 285-5240 for information. Weekly Institute Class (Bible study) is Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel. Call 719-266-0283 or 719-649- 1671 for more information.Heartbeat, a support group for Family Center, building 6215, 6990 Chapel Tuesday at 6 p.m. Contact Staff Sgt. battle buddies, Family members Mekong St. The group is open to members Jose Varga at 719-287-2016 for details. and friends who are suicide of all branches of service. Contact Jewish Lunch and Learn with Chap. (Lt. Col.) survivors, meets the second Richard Stites at 719-598-6576 or Cheryl Howard Fields takes place Wednesday from Tuesday of each month from Sims at 719-304-9815 for more information. noon to 1 p.m. at Provider Chapel. For more 6:30-8 p.m. at the Fallen Heroes Spanish Bible Study meets at Soldiers’ Memorial information, call 526-8263. Has someone in your organization recently received kudos? Contact Mountaineer staff at 526-4144 or email email@example.com.
June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 31Infantryteammaturing Joseph Hanes, center,at right 4th Battalion, 42nd Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, coach gives his players a peptime Story and photo by Walt Johnson talk prior to intramural league action Monday at the Mountain Post Sports Complex. better at the fundamentals of the game. “Right now we feel we’re not rest of the team. The squad came up with a morale builder — if anyone “Earlier in the season we had guys who wanted to help the team so much Mountaineer staff doing the best we can and we feel we strikes out during the game that player that sometimes they did more than can do a lot better,” he said. “The will wear a pink shirt at the next game. they needed to and their concentration The 4th Battalion, 42nd Field thing that has really hurt us the most Hanes said his team has improved sometimes suffered because of it,”Artillery Regiment, 1st Brigade this year is the errors on defense. That on defense, so much that it is the Hanes said. “Now we have a lot of theCombat Team, 4th Infantry Division, has gotten better as the year has gone strength of the team. Offensively, the players who are simply accepting theirsoftball team has learned it has to on. It’s what happens when you are infantry team has adopted a new role and doing whatever they can tolearn to crawl before it can walk. on a new team and you’re trying to strategy. He said the team relied on help the team win,” Hanes said. In its first year playing together, the come together and play as a team. hitting the long ball early in the season, He said it was probably not ateam got off to a slow start, winning The one thing this team has done all but now is trying a new strategy of realistic goal to think that the infantryjust three of its first 14 games. But year ... is continue to work and I piling up base hits to sustain rallies. team would be challenging for athe current record is not preventing the believe we will get there,” Hanes said. Hanes said he is optimistic the championship this year.team from finding ways to improve The infantry team players seem team will continue to improve as it The Los Angeles Kings just wonas the year progresses, said Joseph to enjoy playing together, even if matures over the course of the season. the National Hockey League StanleyHanes, the team’s head coach. right now they are in no position to He said players were trying to do a Cup Playoffs as the No. 8 seed in Hanes said his players came into challenge for the championship. little too much and take on too their conference. Sometimes maturitythe year understanding that it was It’s hard not to notice that one or much responsibility, but now they and time can help the team thatgoing to take some time for them to more of the infantry players is wearing understand that if they do their part doesn’t appear to be title bound winlearn how to play together and get a different colored jersey than the the team will benefit more. the ultimate prize.Mountaineer Sports Feature Scoring play Fort Carson’s Timothy Mason crosses the goal line after catching a touchdown pass Saturday as the Colorado Springs Flames defeated the Denver Dynasty 68-0 Saturday in Denver. The Flames will play the Colorado Stealth at Lewis Palmer High School’s Don Breese Stadium in Monument Saturday at 6 p.m. The team will return home for its final regular season game June 23 against the Denver Cobras at Cheyenne Mountain High School at 7 p.m. Photo by Walt Johnson
32 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012On the BenchGolf course tohost memorialgolf tournament by Walt Johnson children ages 11-17 are invited Mountaineer staff to attend at no cost. While the children are at camp, the Cheyenne Shadows Golf mothers and younger siblingsClub will host the fifth annual spend the week visiting sites inArmy Field Support Battalion- and around Colorado Springs.Carson Pfc. Jesse A. Givens Lodging and travel arrangementsMemorial Golf Tournament are made for the families whoSaturday at 1 p.m. attend from outside the local The event is a four-person area, officials said.scramble designed to benefit the Contact Greg Taveau atKnights of Heroes Foundation. 244-2048 or email dgsbcff@According to officials, the yahoo.com for more information.foundation was created in Cheyenne Shadows GolfJanuary 2007 by Lt. Col. Steve Club is scheduled to host theHarrold to commemorate the first-ever Sergeants Majorlife of friend and former pilot, Association golf event June 25.Maj. Troy Lee “Trojan” Gilbert, The event will begin at 8who was killed during combat a.m. SGMA officials said theyoperations while flying his are expecting this to be one ofF-16 to protect ground troops the biggest events of the post Photo by Walt Johnsonbeing overrun by the enemyin Al-Anbar Province, Iraq, golf season. Proceeds will provide school supplies for Putting power Golfers watch a putt head for the hole as they take part in the Fort Carson Four-Man BestNov. 27, 2006. Ball Championship, held Saturday -Sunday at the Cheyenne Shadows Golf course. See Bench on Page 33 Each summer, families with CENTER FOR PLASTIC SURGERY, P.C. COLORADO SPRINGS Jeff Kahl, DDS Derek Kirkham, DDS Zachary Houser, DMD SPECIALIZING IN COSMETIC CARE FOR WOMEN PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY Committed to your 20% Military Discount for all Surgical Little People, Big Smiles children’s oral health! Procedures and FREE Military Consultation Expires June, 30th 2012 CALIFORNIA TRAINED Technology with a Caring Touch Gregory F. Bland, M.D., F.A.C.S. Specialized treatment planning for all ages Certiﬁed, American Board of Plastic Surgery Treatment under conscious sedation and general-anesthesia Gertrudes R. Bland, R.N., BSN Digital radiography for pinpoint treatment plans and reduced radiation exposure Skin Care Specialist Parents can stay with children during treatment Most insurance accepted including Military and Medicaid WELCOME Welcoming New Patients (719) 522-0123 HOME Healthy Smiles are Beary Special 9480 Briar Village Point, Suite 301 TROOPS! Financing Available www.cspediatricdentistry.com
June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 33 Bench Fort Carson men’s basketball from page 32 coach Angel “Ace” Acevedo will be hosting the first summer slam post students, holiday food baskets, basketball classic June 29-July 1. scholarships for military Families and The double-elimination support the Noncommissioned Officer tournament will be played in the and Soldier of the Year program. Turman Elementary School gym, Contact Sgt. Maj. Michael Borrelli 3245 Springnite Drive in Colorado at 526-1518 or email michael.p.borrelli Springs. Each game will be played firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. with 20-minute halves. The entry fee The Colorado Rockies are is $275 per team; entry deadline is offering military members special Tuesday. Team trophies will be ticket buys this season. awarded for first, second and The next chance to take advantage third place. Contact Acevedo at of these deals is June 25-28 when 719-357-3971 for more information . the Washington Nationals will be in The 2012 National Physique Denver. Game times for the Nationals Committee Steel City Championships series are 6:40 p.m. June 25-27 and NaturalBodybuilding/Figure/ 1:10 p.m. June 28. Bikini/Physique championships Tickets will be sold for $14 each will be held in Pueblo June 30. (with a $3.50 service charge per The event takes place at Hoag order), a discount from the usual Hall, 2200 Bonforte Blvd. on the range of $19-$39. Colorado State University-Pueblo Call the Rockies at 303-ROCKIES, campus. Prejudging begins at 10 a.m. ask for the military discount and and the finals begin at 5 p.m. Visit provide reference number 21231258 to http://www.npcsteelcity.com or call take advantage of the offer. This offer 719-671-8806 for more information. is not available on a walk-up basis. The 2011 Rocky Mountain The Military Intelligence Ball State Games are looking for Golf Scramble takes place June 23 amateur athletes to register for at Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club. July competitions. Registration begins at noon with a Online registration is under way shotgun start at 1 p.m. The tournament for athletes who wish to compete in all is limited to 30 teams. Early registration sports. The games will be held July is $45 per player. Registration the day 20-22 and 27-29 at various venues in Photo by Walt Johnson of the tournament is $50 per player, Colorado Springs. Online registration Good hit with a four-player-per-team limit. To pre-register, send an email with all is at http://www.coloradosprings sports.org/index.php?option=Dining facility player Jake Mendes follows through with his swing duringintramural league action Monday at the Mountain Post Sports Complex. names to email@example.com. For com(underscore) content&view= more information call 503-0204. article&id=186&Itemid=180. A H I G HER D EG REE O F E X CEL LEN CE HIGHER DEGREE OF EXCELLENCE R EDUCATION FOR THE EXCEPTIONAL. When you dedicate your life to your country, you deserve more than our thanks in return. You deserve a chance to build the best life you can. And a helping hand. You are committed to serving your country. We are committed to serving you. That ’s w hy we wai v the $50 That’s why waive the $50 ve application f ee for al l active-duty application fee for all ac ti ve -duty 800-522-6787 and reser ve mi litary. * reserve military. worldwide.erau.edu/ us2012 * Application fee waiver expires September 30, 2012 SCAN TO Colorado Springs REQUEST MORE The person pictured above is not an actual service member P 719-576-6858 INFORMATION E firstname.lastname@example.org
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36 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012 Story and photos by Nel Lampe Mountaineer staff Every summer for 36 years, people in Colorado have the opportunity to return to the Middle Ages via the Colorado Renaissance Festival. Forget the Diamond Jubilee in London, King Henry has been on the throne in the Kingdom of Larkspurshire for more than 500 years. King Henry invites all his royal subjects to join him and the royal family in merrymaking in the medieval-style village north of Colorado Springs near Larkspur at Exit 172 Saturday-Sunday for eight weekends, rain or shine. The Kingdom of Larkspurshire is a permanent village made up of medieval-style shops, stores, food stands, bars, bakeries, stages and carts. It’s in an uneven, wooded area and can be a long walk from one end of the village to the other. The village is filled with revelers, musicians, damsels, jesters, shopkeepers, knights, troubadours, artisans, food sellers and wannabes, all making merry and speaking Old English. Spending a day at the Renaissance Festival is not only fun, it’s educational. Visitors learn about times, culture and costumes of the 16th century. The marketplace is filled with artisans selling their wares that have a 16th century influence — swords, sandals, boots, toy swords and pieces of armor. Medieval-style clothing is available as well as ribbon headpieces. Many of the “subjects” that respond to King Henry’s invitation arrive in their best medieval clothing. Got a kilt? Wear it, or rent one at the Costumer’s Shop just outside the village entrance. Fit in with the crowd and get in the spirit. Entertainment is medieval style — sword swallowers, comedians, music groups, acrobats, a hypnotist , and an escape artist. Pick up a village map at the entrance. The village’s eight stages Sir Markus, played by Mark Fossey, rides past the royal family at the Tournament of Arms in the Joust Arena Sunday at the Colorado Rocky Mountain Raptors display birds Renaissance Festival opening weekend. during a demonstration Sunday at the Colorado Renaissance Festival.
June 15, 2012 — MOUNTAINEER 37are listed at the top and bottom of the mapavailable at the entrance and the acts andshowtimes are listed for each stage. Acts include festival favorites Pukeand Snot, masters of double entendre; thebawdy Washing Well Wenches; Arseneof Paris, who entertains without uttering aword and is a master of the withering look. And there’s the jousting. Knights ontheir trusty steeds compete against each otheras the royal family watches. The commonersgather around the arena to cheer on theirfavorite knight. There are three tournamentevents, with the tournament of skill at11:30 a.m., a tournament of arms at 2:30p.m. and the trial by combat at 5:30 p.m. The Renaissance Festival has atheme for each week. Theme weekends include Saturday-Sunday — Royal Ale and Art Festival,Father’s Day and Military AppreciationWeekend. All military personnel can buy an Visitors arrive at the gate to the Renaissance Festival village Sunday and are greeted byadult admission and get one free by showing members of the village during opening weekend.military identification and their childrenare admitted free during the weekend. clever but bawdy or double entendre For dessert, choose cookies, pies, cream June 23-24 is Celtic Festival weekend, repertoire, which may be understood by puffs, cakes, ice cream sandwiches, funnelwith Celtic musicians and dance groups adults but perhaps not by children. cakes, brownies, strawberry shortcake,and pipe bands. Wear a kilt for the “best And the food should appeal to frozen yogurt, snow cones and Italian ices.Men in Kilts” contest. everyone. Some of the food look like it Pickles, pretzels and frozen bananas are Children’s Weekend is June 30-July 1. came from the Middle Ages — roasted offered by vendors walking through the park.There’ll be special activities for youngsters turkey legs, steak on a stake or sausage When more money is needed, thereand this weekend only, children 12 and on a stick — eaten off the bone or stick. are ATMs in the village.under are admitted free, with a paying adult. Other choices are fit for a king. For information about the Wine Revelry is the theme July 7-8, There are several sandwich choices, baked Renaissance Festival visit http://www.with grape stomp competitions and free potatoes, pizza, fries, fish and chips, coloradorenaissance.com.samplings at the Dancing Bear Pub. macaroni and cheese on a stick, burritos, Admission to the Renaissance Festival “Love and Romance” is the theme July brats, nachos, corn on the cob, bread is $18.95 for adults and $8 for children14-15, which includes wedding ceremonies. bowls of soup and crab cakes. ages 5-12. However, servicemembers can “Music and Dance is the theme get in Saturday and Sunday during MilitaryJuly 21-22, which includes dance groups Appreciation Weekend for a special rate:and pipe bands throughout the realm. Just the Facts buy one, get one free and children under “Fare Thee Well and Mardi Gras Style 12 get in free; show military identification.Carnivale” is the final weekend of the • TRAVEL TIME — 45 minutes The Renaissance Festival is nearfestival, July 28-29 and celebrates • FOR AGES — everyone Larkspur; take exit 172 off north Interstatethe king’s 522nd birthday. Mardi Gras 25. Follow the signs. The parking lot at themasks and costumes are encouraged. • TYPE — medieval fest festival is quite large. Free shuttles transport There are attractions for young and old • FUN FACTOR — ★★★★★ visitors from the parking lot to the parkin the village. Children may enjoy throwing (Out of 5 stars) entrance. Buy entrance tickets at the tickettomatoes at a live subject at Vegetable seller building to the left of the entrance.Vengence, riding an elephant, trying one • WALLET DAMAGE — BUY 1, GET 1 FREE (MILITARY APPRECIATION)of the games, such as Jacob’s Ladder orthe giant rocking horse. They can find their $ = Less than $20way through a maze or visit the barnyard $$ = $21 to $40animals in the Children’s Realm, which $$$ = $41 to $60also includes a carousel. Try the Leonardo $$$$ = $61 to $80DaVinci ride and the giant King’s Swing. Entertainers and shows may include (BASED ON A FAMILY OF FOUR)Crowds of visitors walk through the village of Larkspurshire Sunday. The Colorado Renaissance Musicians greet visitors approaching the gate Places to see in theFestival opened for its 36th year Saturday. Military appreciation is Saturday-Sunday. to the festival village. Pikes Peak area.
38 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012 GET Out activities and several food vendors. There’s no tours of the 1890 stamp mill, 9 a.m to 4 p.m. entry fee. Take Highway 24 West to Divide, then June 22-23 and June 24, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. take Highway 67 south to Cripple Creek. Fort Carson’s Red, White & Boom is July 3rd Elitch Gardens amusement park in Denver in Iron Horse Park. There’ll be fireworks, live is open for the summer 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. entertainment, the 4th Infantry Division Band, weekdays, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Sunday bouncy houses, games and competitions from and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday. The water 4-10 p.m. Entrance is free.The Colorado Renaissance Festival at Larkspur park is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. when the is10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., rain or shine, Saturday- amusement park is open, but may close Santa’s Workshop at the North Pole, on the Sunday through July 29. Admission is $18.95 during inclement weather. For information Pikes Peak Highway, is open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 for adults, children 5-12 are $8. Children under call 303-595-4386. Daily tickets at the gate are p.m. General admission to the Christmas-themed 5 are free. Military Weekend is Saturday-Sunday, $29.99 for those under 48 inches; adults amusement park is $18.95 per person, ages 2-59, when tickets are buy one, get one free and are $43.99. Tickets include both the amusement and free for anyone younger than 2 and older children are admitted free. Take exit 172 off park and water park, but there’s a charge to than 60. Active-duty military members and Interstate 25 north and follow the signs. Parking park in the Elitch Gardens parking lot. Buy their Families are charged $13.95 per person. is free and shuttles are provided from parking three discounted tickets at Information, Everyone 10 or older must show their own lots to the entrance. See related story on Tickets and Registration for $28 each and military identification card to receive the military pages 36-37. get one free. rate. During inclement weather call the park at 684-9432 for closing information.DaVinci Machines Exhibition — is at the Denver Water World, in the Hyland Hills area of Denver, Pavilions through September. On loan from the is open for the summer 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Pikes Peak Center — Upcoming events include: Museum of Leonardo DaVinci in Florence, daily. Take Interstate 25 north to 89th Avenue, • The Family Stone will present a concert Italy, the exhibition is at Denver Pavilions, at head west to Pecos Street. Parking is free. July 12 at 8:30 p.m. the 16th Street Mall. More than 60 handcrafted Tickets at the gate are $34.99 for children under • The Music of Abba, featuring Arrival exhibits are replicas built from DaVinci’s 48 inches and $39.99 for those taller than from Sweden, is July 16 at 8 p.m. 500-year-old designs. Admission to the exhibit 48 inches. Call 303-427-7873 for information • Bill Maher is in the center July 28, 8 p.m. is $14 for adults, $11 for students, military and as Water World is sometimes closed because Call 520-SHOW for tickets or visit the box seniors; children 5-10 are $9. of inclement weather. New rides are being office at 190 S. Cascade Ave. added this year. ITR has discount tickets forThe annual Colorado Springs Street Breakfast $31 each; call 526-5366. Free annual passes for national parks Wednesday kicks off the Pikes Peak or Bust are available to active-duty servicemembers Rodeo and sends the Pikes Peak Range Riders Lakeside Amusement Park, in the Denver and their Families under the Joining on their annual area ride. The breakfast of suburb of Lakeside, is open at 1 p.m. Forces initiative. Passes are good for 2,000 pancakes and eggs is 5:30-9 a.m. on Pikes daily. Kiddies Playland rides close at national parks, refuges, forests and other Peak Avenue at Tejon Street. Tickets are $5. 10 p.m., the park closes by 11 p.m. national lands. Get the pass at national parks Admission is $2.50 per person, parking is and wildlife refuges or national forests thatSprings Spree, a City in Celebration, is Saturday free, unlimited ride tickets are $14 on weekdays charge an entry fee. Servicemembers must show from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 and $22 Saturday-Sunday. The old-fashioned valid military identification to get the pass. p.m. in Memorial Park. In its 35th year, Springs park is at Interstate 70 and Sheridan Boulevard; Spree includes a carnival. Individual coupons are call 303-477-1621 to see if the park is World Wrestling Entertainment presents for sale to use for individual rides or purchase open during inclement weather or check WWE Smackdown at the World Arena July 10, an all day pass for $25. 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SECURITY ACURA Call 719-284-0287. 2br/1ba Condo, 80909, W/D, A/C 5bd,2.5ba,+2xtra rms a/c rent $1275+1 Unit, 10 minutes from Downtown & mo sec 719 306-0803 2007 Chevy Suburban LT, 105,000 mi. Peterson AFB No smoking, No pets Fully Loaded,$21,550. MOTORCYCLES $850/month &$500.00 Security Call Chuck 850-733-0536 Deposit. - Call David at 599-8131 SOUTHEAST email@example.com 1995 Harley Davidson Roadster. Gourmet kitchen, Laundry room with $3000, cash. Call 719-633-5970. Rentals Large Townhome for Rent Near washer dryer hook ups, Carpeting, Fenced back yard, close to Ft. Carson.3 AUTO ACCESSORIES & PARTS WATERCRAFT Dublin & Union beds, 2.5 bath, 2 car garage. 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Asking $10K. 719-650-0595. power slide, 719-200-8729 3409 Kingfisher Nest Gr $1400 3BR, 1.5BA, 1500sqft rancher w/ 2 car 3 bd 3 ba 1870 sqft garage. $1000/mo. 11380 West Lane, on Spacious new townhome- Avail NOW 5 acres. 719-641-5277 or 661-9205 www.AllCountyCS.com 719-445-7172 Colorado Power Classifieds Work. Call (719) 329-5236 FALCON SOUTHWEST to place your ad. 5BR, 5BA, 3860sqft, horse property on 1114 Milky Way 6 acres, 4 stall barn, D49 schools, pets Beautiful 4/3/2 Skyway rancher. allowed. $2500/mo. (719) 338-2518 $318,000. Call 719-330-9425. FOUNTAIN 3bd room 1ba 1300 sq ft in security 5 min from ft carson. Complete interior For Rent, Bi-Level, 4Br, 2Car, New remodel in 2008. New floors in dining APARTMENTS Appl, Fans, Firepl, Mstr Suite, $1250 Rent & Dep, Avail July1, 382-7649 and living room. All appliances replaced in 2009. New roof, water heater and fur- nace. Washer and drier included, direct HOMES FOR RENT FOUNTAIN tv installed and wired. ADT security in- stalled, fenced back yard with ally ac- 10570 Country Park Ln $1000 cess. 900/month available late july/early 3 bd 3 ba 1507 sqft, Spacious fairly new aug. maybe sooner with arrangments.BANNING-LEWIS RANCH townhome- Avail 1 Jul Call 774-437-1828. www.AllCountyCS.com 719-445-7172 4BR4BAloft,views,study,wetbar 3BR, 1BA, 1C GAR, fcd, close to Ft.pool, parks, fitnessroom 6724Maple Stone Lane $2350/mo NORTHEAST Carson. No Pets. Recently remod. AvailCall 719- 660- 6991 NORTH-EAST 6811 Lost Springs Dr $1400 now! $825/month + $825/deposit. Call 573-793-3297 or 573-552-2119 Dave Solon Kia 3 bd 2 ba 2058 sqft CENTRAL Open floor plan, near EVERYTHING! Near hiking trails, 1BR, 1BA, $395 per month. Near PPCC, Fort Carson and -NOPETS- World Arena. Call 719-313-7156 AFFORDABLE - 1BR, Remodeled, www.AllCountyCS.com 719-445-7172 security doors, carpeted, oak cabinets, coin-op laundry, downtown C.S. NEAR the FORT!-SW area,Two-story $455/400 dep. 210 S Weber Call POWERS townhome w/ 2BR, 3BA, FP, condo fee Haley Realty to see 634-3785 pd., ST,RF,DW,DS, W/D hook-ups, POWERS 1097 sq ft. 2105 Mt Washington Ave. 4655 BITTERCREEK $1500 $795/695. Sec. 8-OK CENTRAL 4 BD, 3 1/2 BA, 2CAR 4265 N Carefree Cir $750 HALEY REALTY 634-3785 LG LOT, 2400 SQFT, AVAIL NOW 2 bd 1 ba 743 sqft Nice Condo 719-460-6748 close to everything! Avail NOW SOUTHWESTwww.AllCountyCS.com 719-445-7172 3450 Ashwood Cir $1400 POWERS SOUTH 5 bd 4 ba 2600 sqftCentral Located- Fresh paint, new 4771 Lydia Grove $1050 Awesome location-great yard-Avail 8/1carpet and vinyl. Large kitchen with 2bd 2ba 2car 1464 www.AllCountyCS.com 719-445-7172dining room, spacious bathroom, ceiling Newly built townhome-NO CATS www.AllCountyCS.com 719-445-7172fans, long hallway to back, 1 car garage, VILLAGE 7front yard with beautiful views! 3bedroom, 1 bath, 1 car garage. 1014 E Room for rent 1500 sq ft rancher Village SevenColumbia Rent 675/575 HALEY 2 bd 1 ba living rm 1500 sq ft fin bsmt 4 bd / 1 1/2 bath, 2 car garageREALTY 634-3785 garage $750 Call 719-216-8970 $1200/mo 719-210-1601 Kia Soul starting at $13,900 PRICES PLUS TAX, TITLE AND LICENSE, SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, 0% APR FINANCING AVAILABLE ON SELECT IN-STOCK MODELS, FOR LIMITED TERMS, W.A.C. THROUGH DEALERS LENDER, CARIBBEAN SEE DEALER FOR COMPLETE DETAILS. Caribbean Blend Bldg 2355 Caribbean/American Cuisine featuring Jerk Chicken, Oxtails, Rice Fort Carson, CO and Peas, fried Plantains, Beef Patties, Burgers, Dogs, and Wings, 80913 all at a affordable price. Take out, Dine-in, and delivery available 719-284-0440 on Fort Carson only Monday-Saturday 10-6pm. Pool tables, darts, (Beside Waller Gym) plasma tv’s, video games, reggae music and Free WiFi available. DOWNTOWN DINING The Warehouse Restaurant Contemporary, delectable cuisine. The upscale yet casual turn-of- DAVE SOLON KIA and Gallery the-century Warehouse Restaurant and Gallery creates the perfect 25 W. Cimarron St. setting for business lunches, intimate dinners, dinner parties, (2 Blocks East of I-25 on Exit 141) receptions, rehearsal dinners, reunions, events. Call us at 475-8880 719.475.8880 for information. Military Discount - 10% off all regular-priced bar and menu items in restaurant only. Happy Hour Mon.-Fri. 3:00 to 6:00. OF CHAPEL HILLS www.thewarehouserestaurant.com GERMAN 719-785-6100 1560 AUTO MALL LOOP Located in N. Chapel Hills, Across from the USAFA Schnitzel Fritz 4037 Tutt Blvd., Colorado Springs *Bringing the BEST of Germany to COLORADO* Authentic German Food. All NATURAL & FRESH Wiener-, Jaeger-, Rahm-, davesolonkia.com TEL. 719-573-2000 Zugeuner-, Holsteiner-, or Zwiebelschnitzel. Bratwurst, Knackwurst, Mon-Sat 10am-7pm Weisswurst, Sauerkraut, Red Cabbage, Spaetzle, Fried Potatoes. www.schnitzelfritz.com Potato-, Cucumber-, Tomato- or Bean Salads. Enjoy our Daily (1 block South of Sky Sox Stadium) “Stammessem” (Specials) Sauerbraten, Gulasch, and more... IRISH / AMERICAN A Perfect Marriage Jack Quinn’s Owned by 4 USAFA Grads! Serving traditional Irish & 21 South Tejon 385-0766 American cuisine for lunch & dinner. Happy Hour Daily 3-6pm. Thursday military appreciation night 15% off food 6-10pm, excluding The Transcript and www.jackquinnspub.com private events and 1 discount/ID. Voted Best Irish Bar 2011 by locals. Marriage Licenses THAI Also available in an Thai Satay Great Thai Restaurant! excel format 821 Cheyenne Meadows Rd. We offer Free delivery (within limit area-minimum order of $15) Colorado Springs, CO 80906 719-540-8288 10% Discount to Military e-mailed daily $60 per quarter To advertise in Cork ‘n Fork please call 719-329-5236 Rates are $35 per week with a 13 time commitment. Contact Kathy Bernheim at 329-5204 or firstname.lastname@example.org
48 MOUNTAINEER — June 15, 2012 SUBARU SuperStore TM #1 LARGEST SUBARU DEALER IN AMERICA! BASED ON 2011 NATIONAL DEALER RANKING 2012 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5i DUE MSRP $24,070 $259/MONTH PLUS TAX, 42 MONTH CLOSED END LEASE, 10,000 MILES PER YEAR. $1000 DUE AT SIGNING PLUS FIRST MONTH PAYMENT AND TAXES. NO SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED. WAC. MODEL CODE CDA-01 STOCK# 120873 2012 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5I The best selling All-Wheel Drive car in America. Based on Polk All Wheel Drive Cars Total Registrations in the US for the past 5 years. 29MPG EPA-estimated fuel economy for Outback 2.5i CVT models 29 hwy. Actual mileage may vary. 2012 SUBARU IMPREZA SEDAN 2.0i DUE MSRP $ 18,343 $149/MONTH PLUS TAX, 42 MONTH CLOSED END LEASE, 10,000 MILES PER YEAR. $1000 DUE AT SIGNING PLUS FIRST MONTH PAYMENT AND TAXES. NO SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED. WAC. MODEL CODE CJA-01 STOCK# 122125 2012 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5i DUE Automatic, MSRP $21,745 $159/MONTH PLUS TAX, 36 MONTH CLOSED END LEASE, 10,000 MILES PER YEAR. $1000 DUE AT SIGNING PLUS FIRST MONTH PAYMENT AND TAXES. NO SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED. WAC. MODEL CODE CAB-01 STOCK# 122035 2012 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5X DUE MSRP $21,770 $199/MONTH PLUS TAX, 42 MONTH CLOSED END LEASE, 10,000 MILES PER YEAR. $1000 DUE AT SIGNING PLUS FIRST MONTH PAYMENT AND TAXES. NO SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED. WAC. MODEL CODE CFA-21 STOCK# 122272 Family Owned and Operated for Over 41 years. Committed to the Community we serve. 1080 MOTOR CITY DRIVE Facebook.com/ CHECK OUT OUR HUGE 475-1920 B E S T B U Y S U B A R U. C O M heubergermotors Twitter.com/ heubergermotors SELECTION OF CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED SUBARUS Expires on June 30, 2012