There are about 30,000 Soldiers stationed at Fort Bliss, and another 10,000 civilians who contribute to the post’s workforce, but there is another working population — also counted in the thousands — that makes the post run sm
In the predawn hours of March 9, 1916, Francisco “Pancho” Villa and his band of several hundred villistas descended upon the town of Columbus, N.M., in hopes of obtaining needed military equipment, supplies and horses in the hands o
Command Sgt. Maj. Michael A. Mendoza, Fort Bliss Garrison command sergeant major, speaks to a crowd of children and parents during a celebration at the Main Child Development Center on West Fort Bliss April 2.
Col. Karen H. Carlisle, Staff Judge Advocate, 1st Armored Division, encouraged women to be themselves during her keynote speech at the El Paso Community College’s 6th Annual Women’s Diamond Awards March 5.
By SGT Patrick Doran, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st AD
For the last four weeks, the Fort Bliss’ Got Talent competition afforded the chance for Soldiers and civilians to put their skills on display for a chance to win cash prizes courtesy of the Directorate of
More than 70 parents and children attended a Boy Scout Round Up Feb. 20 at the Replica School Age Center to learn more about the extracurricular opportunities available for their children through the Boy Scouts of America organization.
Fort Bliss Soldiers are on a life-saving mission - to donate the most pints of blood on the post. The 4th Brigade, 1st Armored Division Soldiers have given more than 400 pints of blood during the past five blood drives.
By Staff Sgt. Kristen Duus-Vasquez, 1/1 AD Public Affairs
William Beaumont Army Medical Center and the Armed Services Blood Program, hosted a Blood Donor Recognition Ceremony at the 1st Armored Division Chapel, Jan. 30, to close out National Blood Donor Month.