FORT LEE, Va. -- Labor Day was founded in 1894 as a national observance to show gratitude for the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of our country. Over the years, this federal holiday also has transformed into a celebration marking the passing of sum… Read more

FORT LEE, Va. -- August is Antiterrorism Month, and the goal is to bring awareness of foreign and domestic extremism and their potential impact on Fort Lee military members, their families, Department of the Army civilians, contractors and the mission. This week we talk about Antiterrorism A… Read more

FORT LEE, Va.  -- You are the Department of Defense's most valued resource. Safety is not just “a program,” it is an essential and integrated part of our mission. How we take care of ourselves and one another determines our ability to protect and defend this nation. Pausing to think before e… Read more

The American Automobile Association is encouraging Virginia motorists to prepare their vehicles for snow and frosty temperatures. Vehicles that have not been properly maintained or are missing the ever-important emergency roadside kit could leave drivers stuck, literally, out in the cold. Read more

FORT LEE. Va. (Dec. 7, 2017) -- it comes to holiday spending, waiting in store lines all night and jostling for discounts will mean very little if you don’t have a budget that shapes your finances year-round. With the average U.S. household spending more than $900 in 2017 for the holidays, p… Read more

I’m grateful that our last tour in the Navy landed us in New England, where the scenery looks like a Currier and Ives dinner plate come to life. I love the frosty chill in the December air, the smell of cut timber and pine boughs, the feel of warm woolen mittens. Here, holiday spirit finds m… Read more

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