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German Community Center enjoys its last Christkindlmarkt

It was the Sunday following the hectic Black Friday shopping craze and the weather was cloudy and gray, but that didn’t halt the success of the German Christkindlmarkt (Christmas market), also known as the German Advent Bazaar.

Soldiers watch history come alive at Morehead Middle School

Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 35th Armor Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, joined students at Morehead Middle School to help bring history to life during a social studies event Nov. 20.

SGM Academy students now learning to be resilience trainers

Students at the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy recently began taking a 10-day course that will qualify them as master resilience trainers.

Fort Bliss Units Supporting Wreaths Across America

Fort Bliss ceremonial units will once again participate in the annual Wreaths Across America Dedication Ceremony at the Fort Bliss National Cemetery, 9:45 a.m., Dec. 14.

Soldiers help Thanksgiving come early for elementary school

For 274 elementary school children, Thanksgiving came early in the most patriotic way thanks to help from the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Nov. 14.

1AD torch of responsibility passed from Kelley to Lehr

Forty-six years ago, Sgt. Maj. J.B. Moore forged a new role within the 1st Armored Division lineage when he became the first command sergeant major to assume responsibility of the Army’s “Old Ironsides” tank division.

Firstlight Federal Credit Union help soldiers for Thanksgiving

The El Paso Armed Services YMCA will conclude its annual Thanksgiving Food Drive with the distribution of approximately 1,400 turkeys and food bags given to junior enlisted families on Fort Bliss.

Fort Bliss announces Thanksgiving closures

Fort Bliss has announced closures for the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday week.

Fort Bliss releases statement on Farrey case

The 1st Armored Division and Fort Bliss Public Affairs Office released a statement Wednesday regarding the Farrey missing family case.

Fort Bliss pilots describe how they rescued an Army officer in the wilderness

A Fort Bliss Soldier is back home with his family, after spending two nights lost and alone in the Gila Wilderness.

No gas, no bullets, no problem: Units fill training needs with simulators

Soldiers need to train. Going to the range to prepare for missions used to be an every day activity for most units.

Job opportunities for local veterans

The men and women who risked their lives should not have to be fighting for a job too.

Act of valor earns Fort Bliss soldier Silver Star

A Fort Bliss soldier was awarded the military's third highest honor Thursday, after his actions helped save lives during a deadly roadside bomb attack last May.

Japanese three-star general visits Fort Bliss

Vice Commander of the Japanese Air Defense Command, Lt. Gen. Kosuke Yoshida, visited Oct. 18 to tour the annual service practice conducted by the Japan Air Self-Defense Force.

Soldiers compete to become Fort Bliss Best Ranger

Ten Soldiers from the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armor Division, put their skills to the test as they competed for the right to be called Fort Bliss’ Best Ranger. The three-day event held Oct. 22 through Oct.