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MWR Star – Ryan Hull

MWR Star is an initiative to recognize exemplary individuals in MWR.  People who go above and beyond to assist MWR customers and their co-workers. One individual is chosen monthly to be featured as our star, spotlighting details about themselves and their position within MWR. Our September MWR star is Mr. Ryan Hull from Technical Support Services […]

Veterans Day

There are many federal holidays government employees, service members and the District of Columbia look forward to – and while states have the right to designate their own national holidays, most always follow the federal lead. Veterans Day, November 11th (observed on November 12th), is a holiday which frequently gets lost in translation, often being confused with Memorial Day and Armed Forces Day.  The difference in the three seems simple enough – one is dedicated to American service members of all wars, another is a time to remember those who have sacrificed their lives while protecting our country and, the last, pays tribute to the men and women who currently serve in the United States Armed Forces. Do you recognize the explanation of each?

MWR Star – Kathleen Duncan

MWR Star is an initiative to recognize exemplary individuals in MWR.  People who go above and beyond to assist MWR customers and their co-workers. One individual is chosen each month to be featured as the star, spotlighting details about themselves, their position within MWR and why they were chosen. Our August star is Mrs. Kathleen Duncan […]

Foodie Friday: Money Saving School Lunch Tips

Summer is coming to an end and the school year is quickly arriving.  That means that whether you have a new kindergartner or a teen entering their last year of high school, home packed lunches are important! Not only does packing lunch save you and your family money, but it can also ensure your kids […]

Exploring The World Through Books

 “A Book is a Dream You Hold in Your Hands” ~ Neil Gaiman By: Yadira Payne Did you know that EVERYONE can be a world-class traveler? It’s true. Anyone with a library card has this passport to limitless possibilities. Libraries are the only place we can all visit and travel for free. We only have […]

MWR Star – Sharell Byrd

MWR Star is an initiative to recognize exemplary individuals in MWR.  People who go above and beyond to assist MWR customers and their co-workers. One individual is chosen each month to be featured as the star, spotlighting details about themselves, their position within MWR and why they were chosen. Our July star is Mrs. Sharell Byrd […]

NCIS

“Firearms are rarely drawn outside of training, and the work requires fastidiousness, perseverance and patience”  – Andrew L. Traver, (5th civilian) NCIS Director The popular TV show aside, including its Los Angeles cousin, the real Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) is a civilian-run, federal law enforcement agency for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. […]

Get Lost! Hidden Treasures of Road Tripping

Is road-tripping becoming a thing of the past? The first recorded American road-trip was in 1903. H. Nelson Jackson, Sewall K. Crocker and Bud, the dog, jumped in a 1903 Winton Touring Car on a 63 day scenic trip between San Francisco and New York. That drive now can be completed in 10 days enjoying […]

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