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Getting ahead of the problem

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Getting ahead of the problem

(Photo: Col. Gerald Dezsofi, commander, 56th Theater Information Operations Group and senior intelligence officer for the state, addresses the crowd during the first Intelligence Enterprise summit at McChord Club, Joint Base Lewis-McChord.) Traditionally, military intelligence professionals work alone or on small teams and rarely know what is happening in other units.

Wash. Air Guardsmen take home top award

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Wash. Air Guardsmen take home top award

(Photo: Staff Sgt. Anthony Evelyn-Watts and Tech. Sgt. Kasey Crumbliss, both Tactical Air Control Party specialists with the 116th Air Support Operations Squadron assigned to the Washington Air National Guard, move a training dummy during a field expedient medical evacuation simulation as part of an event for the Lightning Challenge

Lightning Challenge strikes!

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Lightning Challenge strikes!

A rather tired-looking Capt. Gerald Montgomery opened his eyes and said, "There is a great deal of respect that comes with this competition," the officer attached to Detachment 1, 20th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) said, "and the units represented here from around the world sent only their best TACPs." TACP

JBLM’s Camp Runamuck

Military Life

JBLM’s Camp Runamuck

More than 200 military children were able to experience the trepidation of deployment and the bliss of coming home at a Kids Understanding Deployment Operations event hosted by the 62nd Airlift Wing at Joint Base Lewis-McChord Aug. 2. The event aims to help kids understand a sliver of what their parent

Welcome to JBLM Party

Military Life

Welcome to JBLM Party

Whether you have been stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) for three years or three weeks, we want to welcome you to this incredible area with open arms. Come out for a day of fun, explore Cheney Stadium, and connect with local businesses. Our Welcome to JBLM Party Saturday, Aug. 10,

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Nostalgia and more in Seattle's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, on tour from its Broadway showing, is the perfect sweet treat in Seattle through Aug 11. It is a fairly classic retelling of Charlie Bucket and his desire to see inside Willie Wonka's factory. There are all the naughty and greedy children you would expect, as

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Don't get busted

First of all, let it be known that the Weekly Volcano absolutely, positively, in no way, shape, or form condones drunk driving. In fact, the Weekly Volcano thinks drunk driving is ridiculous and much prefers to hail a cab or drunk dial a friend when searching for a way home

Grub Gossip

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Grub Gossip

This summer has been exceptionally mild compared to some which leads me to believe or at least hope that an Indian Summer is in our future. This way we can indulge in more warmed dusk hours of culinary bliss and quiet summer walks with full bellies. I'm daydreaming over here!

Andy’s Bistro

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Andy’s Bistro

ANNOUNCER: Having already found success with more traditional Thai and Vietnamese cuisine in the South Sound as the owner of Lemon Grass, Nicole Pham explores a wider variety of dishes with influences in Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese, and Western-influenced sandwiches. In this case, the bistro is named for her son, that

Three Easy Pieces

South Sound Cinema

Three Easy Pieces

Welcome to Three Easy Pieces, where I guide you through a narrow subsection of pop culture, for reasons known only to me. This time, I have Endgame on my mind. Yes, Avengers: Endgame recently crawled past Avatar's $2.78 billion to become the highest grossing film of all time. But the

The season to come

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The season to come

Looking at a list of theatrical productions coming up this season, it's truly awe-inspiring to see the sheer number of shows happening in the South Sound over the course of the year -- seriously, dozens of shows, from an increasing amount of theatre companies, covering nearly every style and demographic

Pilot Prep Program

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Pilot Prep Program

Civil Air Patrol's experimental Pilot Prep Program is accomplishing just what its founder intended -- providing airmen with a fast-paced introduction to aviation designed to identify future fliers in the ranks and propel them into the sky. The new Air Force initiative to fill the need for military pilots was forged

Maternity uniforms

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Maternity uniforms

The Air Force Uniform Office has begun surveying female airmen to collect feedback on Air Force maternity uniform items. All Air Force women will receive an email message from the Air Force Survey Office with a unique link inviting them to take the survey. To determine who should take the full

W stands for Washington wine and Woodinville

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W stands for Washington wine and Woodinville

With over 100 wineries in Woodinville, it is the place to visit to learn about Washington wines. The number is staggering and it can be a challenge to know where to start. Woodinville Wine Country is divided into four unique districts, so for this trip, we are going to focus

How to make the most of your time in grad school as a student

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How to make the most of your time in grad school as a student

When I left the Army in 2016, I knew I was taking a leap of faith. I had spent the previous six years as a military police officer, and it was the only thing I knew. Still, I wanted to move into nonprofit management, and knew I needed a graduate

A high payoff operation

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A high payoff operation

More than 600 soldiers with the 1-2 Stryker Brigade Combat team helped build readiness and strengthen partnerships in Thailand, the Philippines and Palau, in support of Pacific Pathways 19-1. "Our mission was to deploy to the Pacific area of operations and accompany with other I Corps units and enablers to conduct

Secure your financial future

Military Life

Secure your financial future

The Department of Veterans Affairs is organizing a three-day event in the Puget Sound area to help veterans, transitioning servicemembers, and their loved ones secure economic well-being and find continued success in civilian life. RallyPoint will be joining the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to put on the Economic Investment Initiative: Puget Sound 2019

Have a good idea for the Army?

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Have a good idea for the Army?

Think you have a great idea that will revolutionize Army readiness and resilience? The Army wants to boost your chance at making it happen. Starting in June, the Army implemented a formal process to capture and evaluate grassroots, personal readiness and resilience initiatives, before considering the idea for potential Army-wide use. The

Cheaper moves for spouses

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Cheaper moves for spouses

Military spouses with careers that require a professional license or certification can now get help covering the costs of transferring those credentials when they experience a permanent-change-of-station move with their servicemember spouse. The 2018 National Defense Authorization Act allows each service branch to reimburse spouses up to $500 for relicensure and

Madigan pharmacy wait time drops

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Madigan pharmacy wait time drops

Pharmacy wait times decreased by more than an hour at Madigan Army Medical Center thanks to extended pharmacy hours, revised staffing and greater expertise in the new electronic health record. Just a year ago, the average pharmacy wait time was between 90 and 120 minutes; now, the average is 20 to

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