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16th Combat Aviation Brigade soldier defies limits of age

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16th Combat Aviation Brigade soldier defies limits of age

For the large majority of people who join the Army, the choice to enlist came in their late teens to early 20s. That large percentage, young and single, take on all of the challenges the military presents. One soldier, Spc. Angelia Lopez, defied the statistics by joining the Army

16th CAB, University Place pitch perfect relationship

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16th CAB, University Place pitch perfect relationship

Soldiers from the 16th Combat Aviation Brigade took on members of the University Place Fire Department and University Place Police Department in an exhibition softball game Aug. 3 during the University Place Festival at Cirque Park. The festival marked University Place's 18th year in existence. However, history holds a strong spot

Col. Paul Mele takes command of 16th Combat Aviation Brigade

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Col. Paul Mele takes command of 16th Combat Aviation Brigade

The 16th Combat Aviation Brigade started the next chapter in its history as Col. Rob P. Dickerson relinquished command to Col. Paul A. Mele during a change of command ceremony July 19 at Watkins Field. Maj. Gen. Stephen R. Lanza, 7th Infantry Division commander and presiding officer for the ceremony, stood

Army's Philip A. Connelly food competition comes to JBLM

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Army's Philip A. Connelly food competition comes to JBLM

Soldiers from 46th Aviation Support Battalion, 16th Combat Aviation Brigade dining facility tested their capabilities in the first round of the field kitchen category of the Army's Philip A. Connelly competition, June 25, at a training site on Joint-Base Lewis-McChord. This stage of the competition prepared the 16th CAB

16th CAB gets sexual assault and harassment training

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16th CAB gets sexual assault and harassment training

JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. - "Combating sexual assault and harassment within the ranks is our number one priority," said Gen. Raymond Odierno, Chief of Staff of the Army."The reason it's a stand-up day is because the Army feels like, rather than it being a stand-down day, it's going to be

Traditional dance lights up base as part of celebration

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Traditional dance lights up base as part of celebration

JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Wash. - The 201st Battlefield Surveillance Brigade, along with I Corps and the JBLM Equal Opportunity Staff Office, hosted the 2010 National Native American Heritage Month observance lunch at the American Lake Community Club Nov. 16. National Native American Heritage Month, now in its 20th year, was first

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