January 7, 2010
By Jim Hughes
In keeping with their motto of taking care of Soldiers and Families, Picerne Military Housing unveiled the new Allen Heights Neighborhood Center July 1.
Daleville City Mayor Wess Etheredge, second from left, and Lt. Col. Scott Alpeter, 1st Bn., 223rd Avn. Regt. commander, unveil the new plaque for the "Demon 325" UH-1 Huey helicopter May 7 at the helicopter's dedication ceremony in
Numerous patrons fill The Landing Zone after the restaurant and bar's grand opening Aug. 28. Many changes were made to the facility, formerly known as the Dawn Patrol Lounge, including the addition of 25 TVs and an expanded menu.
While attending Fort Rucker's Oktoberfest Sept. 25, Bill Voth, of Enterprise, shows a photograph of his father wearing lederhosen he wore to Germany's Oktoberfest several years ago. Photo by Jeremy Wise
Soldiers perform during the U.S. Army Soldier Show Sept. 30 at the Fort Rucker Post Theater. The actors, singers and dancers put on a Broadway-style production, showcasing popular music for Soldiers and Families here. More than 400 community members...
Cooper Griffin, 5, races to step through tires at the Warrant Office Career College's obstacle course as warrant officer candidates cheer him on at Fort Rucker's SpringFest. Because SpringFest was so close to St. Patrick's Day, an Irish theme was...
Bella Goolesby, 2, celebrates the Fourth of July at Fort Rucker\'s annual Freedom Fest July 3.