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  • Army to open new ground-vehicle lab in Michigan

    Aug 4, 2009

    The U.S. Army will host an official groundbreaking ceremony Aug. 17, for the Ground System Power and Energy Laboratory in Warren, Mich.

  • Purple Heart Day to feature violas Friday

    Aug 4, 2009

    Violas, rare purple flowers that blossom but once a year, will be passed out Aug. 7, Purple Heart Day.

  • Enterprise Task Force engages business leaders

    Aug 4, 2009

    The Army's new Enterprise Task Force held its first engagement with business leaders July 23-24, by hosting 20 industry and academic leaders from Kentucky at the Pentagon and Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

  • Senators hear of Guard chemical exposure in Iraq

    Aug 4, 2009

    Three former National Guard members told a Senate committee Monday they were exposed to a deadly chemical with long-term health effects while serving in Iraq.

  • Vice says mental health more than stopping suicides

    Aug 3, 2009

    The Army must go beyond preventing Soldier suicides, and take a look at addressing other symptoms of a force struggling with eight years of persistent conflict, said the service's vice chief.

  • Corps of Engineers delivers San Diego border security project

    Aug 3, 2009

    A ribbon-cutting atop an earthen berm built by the Corps of Engineers marked the completion of a $59 million Department of Homeland Security border infrastructure project in southern California.

  • Iraqi border posts testing wind, solar power

    Aug 3, 2009

    Two border outposts near Badrah, Iraq, are now using solar panels and a large wind turbine to generate electrical power.

  • Wrestler's championship dream endures long road to Denmark

    Aug 3, 2009

    Spc. Faruk Sahin probably will represent more groups than any Team USA wrestler when he steps onto the mat at the 2009 World Wrestling Championships, scheduled for Sept. 21-27 in Herning, Denmark.

  • Vet awarded Purple Heart after 64 years

    Jul 31, 2009

    On Jan. 24, 1945 Staff Sgt. Russell A. Coyle was serving as a tanker with the 781st Tank Battalion in Nuberg, France when he was hit in the leg by enemy shrapnel. Today, in a Pentagon ceremony among family and friends, Coyle was presented his Purple Heart by Vice Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Peter W. Chiarelli. As soon as the general pinned the Purple Heart on the 89-year-old Coyle, he presented him with a framed set of seven other awards Coyle had not received due to misplaced paperwork. The vet who saw action in Germany, France and Austria also received an Expert Badge with Submachine Gun Bar, the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal and Bronze Star Attachment (Triple), the Honorable Service Lapel Button WWII along with Good Conduct, American Campaign and World War II Victory medals.

  • Army hosts biennial conference of historians

    Jul 31, 2009

    Vice Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Peter W. Chiarelli presented Command Sgt. Maj. Scott Garrett, Ph.D., with the U.S. Army Center of Military History, with a Legion of Merit. The presentation occurred during the seventeenth biennial Conference of Army Historians, July 28-30, in Arlington, Va. The theme for the conference was "Phase IV Operations: Exiting War."

  • Army launches new officer recruitment campaign

    Jul 31, 2009

    A new multimedia recruiting campaign kicks off Aug. 3, aimed at raising awareness of the opportunities and professional paths available to those who want to become Army officers.

  • Army looks to refine initial officer training

    Jul 31, 2009

    Initial officer training will see changes later this year as part of the Army's ongoing effort to improve force generation and make better use of personnel and training resources.

  • Army hosts counterinsurgency seminar with Pakistani military

    Jul 30, 2009

    Senior leaders from the Pakistani and U.S. Army met in Atlanta, Ga., July 20-24 for the Third Army/U.S. Army Central's counterinsurgency seminar.

  • Secretary Geren congratulates recipients of Presidential Rank awards

    Jul 30, 2009

    Joyce E. Morrow, now the administrative assistant to the Secretary of the Army, accepted her first federal job because it kept her close to her small town in Pennsylvania. More than 29 years later, Morrow said she never anticipated her hard work and effort would bring her to the most senior civil servant position in the Army.

  • Army picks first female commandant to lead Drill Sergeant School

    Jul 30, 2009

    The 369th Adjutant General Battalion's Command Sgt. Maj. Teresa King has been chosen to be the next commandant of the Drill Sergeant School. The assignment makes King the school's first female commandant.

  • Demobilization activity to increase at Wisconsin installation

    Jul 29, 2009

    The beehive of activity in Fort McCoy's "Mob Alley" will be swarming much more than normal from mid-July to early-September.

  • Army Chaplain Corps celebrates 234th birthday at Arlington National Cemetery

    Jul 29, 2009

    Army Chaplains, their assistants, families and friends gathered at Arlington National Cemetery July 26, to celebrate the 234th birthday of the Army Chaplain Corps and the centennial anniversary of the chaplain assistant.

  • Army Senior Fellow receives SES appointment

    Jul 29, 2009

    Counting down the days to his graduation from the Army's charter senior civilian development program, Army Senior Fellow Charles Fritz is understandably keyed up for his next assignment - a position in the Senior Executive Service.

  • VA chief calls for more compatibility with DoD

    Jul 28, 2009

    The secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs called for greater compatibility between automated systems of the VA and the Department of Defense, and pledged to shorten the time required for processing disability claims for Soldiers.

  • Army launching Senior Civilian Talent Pool in NCR

    Jul 28, 2009

    The National Capital Region's nearly 3,000 eligible senior civilians will be among the first invited to register for the Army's new Civilian Talent Management Program.

  • New vehicles help reduce fossil fuel emissions

    Jul 28, 2009

    The implementation of two electric vehicles will help reduce fossil fuel emissions and save on fuel costs, one piece of material movement equipment at a time.

  • New award recognizes those who deliver quality of life

    Jul 27, 2009

    Nominations are now being accepted for a new award that recognizes teams or individuals responsible for improving the quality of life at Army garrisons.

  • Transition program rolls out welcome mat for wounded Soldiers

    Jul 27, 2009

    Injured Soldiers looking to transition back to civilian life have long been able to start with the Army Career and Alumni Program -- but for wounded warriors who didn't know that, ACAP recently rolled out a virtual welcome mat to remind them.

  • New Belvoir hospital to help replace Walter Reed

    Jul 27, 2009

    The patient- and family-focused design of a new community hospital at Fort Belvoir, Va., is taking physical shape after a year of construction. Under the Base Realignment and Closure Act of 2005, the new hospital will replace DeWitt Army Community Hospital and take over some of the services now offered at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

  • 'Vibrant Response' to train troops for disasters

    Jul 27, 2009

    Consequence-management response forces, or CCMRF, are staging a training exercise beginning July 31, to prepare for potential domestic disasters capable of injuring or killing several thousand civilians.

  • 'Freedom Camp' introduces kids to deployment prep

    Jul 27, 2009

    More than 50 children of Soldiers who are deployed, or awaiting deployment, participated in "Freedom Camp" June 29 through July 3 just outside of Ruidoso, N.M.

  • Army unveils new Antiterrorism Strategic Plan

    Jul 24, 2009

    The Army has developed Phase II of its Antiterrorism Strategic Plan, called "Tempering the Weapon."

  • Evaluation task force will continue beyond FCS cancellation

    Jul 24, 2009

    Both the Army Evaluation Task Force, and parent organization, the Future Force Integration Directorate, are expected to continue on despite the cancellation of the program they were designed to support.

  • POW/MIA League marks 40th anniversary

    Jul 24, 2009

    Sgt. Maj. of the Army Kenneth O. Preston spoke to the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia on Friday.

  • Charter class of Army senior fellows to graduate

    Jul 24, 2009

    With the upcoming graduation of 19 senior fellows, the Army marks completion of its premier initiative to enhance the executive skills of senior civilians in a two-year tailor-made education and experience program.

  • Vice chief challenges doctors to help with 'mental wellness'

    Jul 24, 2009

    Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Peter W. Chiarelli told more than 2,000 Army health-care professionals Tuesday that they must produce "mental wellness" through a multidisciplinary approach.

  • First Soldier to receive Medal of Honor for valor in Afghanistan

    Jul 24, 2009

    Sgt. 1st Class Jared Monti, who was killed in Afghanistan June 21, 2006, will receive the Medal of Honor for his valor in combat, the White House has announced.

  • Murder suspect faces hearing at Fort Bragg

    Jul 23, 2009

    A master sergeant appeared in court at Fort Bragg, N.C., Wednesday morning for a hearing stemming from the 1985 murders of an Air Force captainAca,!a,,cs wife, Katheryn Eastburn, and her two children Erin and Kara.

  • Vice chief pleased with insights toward new combat vehicle

    Jul 23, 2009

    A month after Army experts first gathered to discuss requirements for a new ground combat vehicle, their insights from that forum were presented to the Army's vice chief of staff -- and were met with approval.

  • Fort Stewart/Hunter earns 4th Installation Excellence Award

    Jul 23, 2009

    For the fourth time in the 25-year history of the Commander in Chief's Annual Award for Installation Excellence, Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield have taken one of the five top spots.

  • SMA calls for review of TRICARE standards

    Jul 23, 2009

    The Army's top enlisted Soldier said military families are experiencing problems finding TRICARE providers off installations, especially in more rural areas.

  • New GI Bill transfer options take effect Aug. 1

    Jul 23, 2009

    Although the Post 9/11 GI Bill is not effective until Aug. 1, servicemembers may submit a request to transfer benefits to their spouses and children now.

  • New campaign streamers available now for unit flags

    Jul 22, 2009

    Five new campaign streamers have been approved for use on Army and unit flags. Three streamers represent named campaigns in Iraq, and two represent named campaigns in Afghanistan.

  • Symposium sets top five issues for wounded warriors

    Jul 22, 2009

    The top issues for wounded warriors across the nation were discussed at the 5th annual Army Wounded Warrior Program Symposium in San Antonio, Texas, July 14-16.

  • Wheelchair basketball helps warriors get back in game

    Jul 22, 2009

    It was another battle within the beltway, this time on wheels, as Walter Reed Army Medical Center faced the National Naval Medical Center for bragging rights in wheelchair basketball Tuesday.

  • Below-knee amputee runs for berth in 2012 Paralympics

    Jul 22, 2009

    Sgt. Jerrod Fields capped his track and field season by winning a gold medal at the 2009 Endeavor Games and is setting his sights on the 2012 Paralympics.

  • Secretary Geren reviews troops in farewell

    Jul 21, 2009

    Secretary of the Army Pete Geren was given a farewell review July 17, by Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey Jr. at Fort Myer's Conmy Hall.

  • Army colonel completes first spacewalk

    Jul 21, 2009

    Army Col. Tim Kopra participated in the first space walk of the Space Shuttle Endeavor, STS-127, on Saturday.

  • Defense secretary praises Bragg Soldiers for life-saving actions

    Jul 21, 2009

    Five Fort Bragg Soldiers serving in the Philippines recently received awards from Secretary of Defense Robert Gates who was visiting Joint Special Operations Task Force - Philippines at Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City, Philippines.

  • Marksmanship Soldiers win three national championships

    Jul 21, 2009

    Soldiers from the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit claimed three national championships last week: one in double trap, another in skeet and a third in pistol shooting.

  • Digital University helps keep Soldiers aware on battlefield

    Jul 21, 2009

    Digital University, Europe's premier training site for digital systems used in theaters of operation, offers training such as the Blue Force Tracker course.

  • New PTSD program answers need

    Jul 21, 2009

    An intensive eight-week therapeutic PTSD teatment program called "evolution" began in March at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center.

  • Army conducts worldwide contracting stand down

    Jul 20, 2009

    The Army conducted a live video-streaming contracting stand down July 20, at the Pentagon, that was broadcast to contracting officers at more than 500 locations worldwide.

  • Paratroopers bring combat perspective to Army scientists

    Jul 20, 2009

    It can be a long road from the laboratory to the battlefield, but the Army is forging a more direct path. Thanks to a U.S. Army Research Development and Engineering program, experienced combat Soldiers get direct access into Army labs to give scientists and engineers face-to-face feedback about the equipment they have and the capabilities they need.

  • First electronic warfare warrant officers graduate

    Jul 20, 2009

    Eight warrant officers graduated July 17, from a 16-week Electronic Warfare Technician Course at Fort Sill, Okla., and several will serve as the ArmyAca,!a,,cs first EW warrants in Iraq.

  • Webster University offers credits for Civilian Education System course

    Jul 20, 2009

    Army Civilian Corps senior leaders now have another incentive for attending the Army Management Staff College.

  • Army panel studying modernization strategy

    Jul 17, 2009

    With the manned ground vehicle part of Future Combat Systems canceled, the Army G-8 told Association of U.S. Army members July 16 that the Army had created a blue-ribbon panel to study alternatives to the vehicle.

  • Study finds no direct link in violent crimes

    Jul 17, 2009

    There was not a single factor or grouping of contributing factors that explain the clustering of violent crimes dating back to 2005 involving Fort Carson Soldiers, the Army surgeon general said July 15.

  • Officials unveil results of Fort Carson violent crime study

    Jul 17, 2009

    Army officials have released the results of a study aimed at determining possible causes for a cluster of violent crimes that took place between 2005 and 2008 at Fort Carson, Colo.

  • New UH-72As aid 'Flatiron' at Fort Rucker

    Jul 17, 2009

    With the arrival of three new UH-72A Lakota helicopters last week, Fort Rucker's Air Ambulance Detachment, known as Flatiron, can better assist Fort Rucker and local communities by reaching medical emergency scenes faster.

  • 'Dream team' of researchers to study Army

    Jul 17, 2009

    A ground-breaking study of behavioral health in the Army may soon provide answers on what causes suicide and what programs can best prevent them.

  • Chief tells outgoing secretary, 'you are one of us'

    Jul 17, 2009

    During a ceremony July 16, at the Pentagon, Chief of Staff of the Army George W. Casey Jr. assured outgoing Secretary of the Army Pete Geren, that he was part of the Army family.

  • Outgoing secretary lauds Soldiers, families, NCOs

    Jul 17, 2009

    In his last days as the Army's 20th secretary, Pete Geren opened up about issues he faced while serving, including the challenge of an ongoing war, advancing medical care for Soldiers, and the importance of families.

  • 'Beans, bullets and BTUs' reminds Soldiers of energy security

    Jul 16, 2009

    The Army will soon be the largest fleet owner of both low-speed electric vehicles and hybrid-electric vehicles.

  • Soldiers place one-two at Nationals

    Jul 16, 2009

    Sgt. 1st Class Shawn Dulohery of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit earns a silver medal in the skeet event during the U.S. National Shotgun championships July 14 in Colorado Springs, Colo. His teammate, Spc. Vincent Hancock, won the gold medal in skeet.

  • Warrior Adventure Quest aims to channel thrill-seeking behavior of combat veterans

    Jul 16, 2009

    Warrior Adventure Quest is a new program to assist Soldiers in transitioning back to their home station after a combat tour. The program combines outdoor recreation activities, leadership and psychological training.

  • National Guard explains eligibility for new G.I. Bill

    Jul 15, 2009

    Citizen-Soldiers who do not qualify for benefits under the new Post-9/11 G.I. Bill can explore educational opportunities available from their individual states, Guard officials said.

  • McKiernan retires after 37 years

    Jul 15, 2009

    The recent commander of forces in Afghanistan ended a military career Wednesday that began in 1972. Gen. David D. McKiernan completed his last call of duty as a Soldier during a ceremony on Fort Myer's Summerall Field hosted by Gen. George W. Casey Jr., chief of staff of the Army.

  • Army announces new contracts for Afghanistan

    Jul 15, 2009

    Two new task orders supporting LOGCAP IV contract operations in Afghanistan are now in effect, Army officials announced, July 7.

  • Army announces next Iraq rotation

    Jul 14, 2009

    Three division headquarters and eight brigade combat teams have been scheduled to support Operation Iraqi Freedom in the next rotation beginning this fall.

  • C-RAM Soldiers scan Basra skies for hostile rockets

    Jul 14, 2009

    Pfc. Dustin Clark was manning the night shift when suddenly the warning system went off... beep, beep, beep.

  • Soldiers support filming of Transformers sequel

    Jul 14, 2009

    About 20 Soldiers from Fort Bliss, Texas, helped director Michael Bay with the battle scenes for "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen."

  • Newman charges to 6th-place finish in Chicago

    Jul 13, 2009

    Ryan Newman made a late-race surge to post a sixth-place finish in Saturday night's LifeLock.com 400 Sprint Cup event at Chicagoland Speedway.

  • Veterans compete in wheelchair games

    Jul 13, 2009

    A wide range of disabilities cannot stop more than 500 of America's wheelchair athletes, all U.S. military veterans, who are competing in the 29th National Veterans Wheelchair Games being held July 13-18 in Spokane, Wash.

  • 1,100 schools sign new GI Bill 'Yellow Ribbon' pact

    Jul 13, 2009

    More than 1,100 colleges, universities and schools across the country have entered into "Yellow Ribbon" program agreements with the Department of Veterans Affairs to improve financial aid for veterans participating in the Post-9/11 GI Bill.

  • Soldiers strike gold, two silvers at Taekwondo Championships

    Jul 10, 2009

    Second Lt. Steven Ostrander struck gold, and Sgts. William Rider and Louis Davis won silver medals at the 2009 U.S. National Taekwondo Championships.

  • Army Guard on course to reach end-strength reduction

    Jul 10, 2009

    The Army National Guard is changing recruiting policies to lower its end strength by the end of the fiscal year.

  • Sergeant Major of the Army visits Alaska troops, families

    Jul 10, 2009

    The ArmyAca,!a,,cs top enlisted leader addressed topics such as deployment tour lengths, dwell time and changes to noncommissioned officer training, during a town hall forum July 7, at Fort Richardson, Alaska.

  • Craddock: NATO must find better ways for nations to participate

    Jul 10, 2009

    Options exist to help members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization better meet their obligations within the alliance, said the former NATO commander, who left the post less than two weeks ago.

  • Carson firefighters assist with fire, save life

    Jul 10, 2009

    Fort Carson firefighters from PiAfA+-on Canyon Maneuver Site responded to an off-post fire in Las Animas County, Colo., July 8.

  • WWII vet gets Bronze Star

    Jul 9, 2009

    Lt. Gen. Michael D. Rochelle, the Army's G-1, presents the Bronze Star Medal July 6, to former Staff Sgt. Morris N. Bishop, for his combat service with the 92nd Infantry Division in World War II.

  • Deployed Soldiers can now order new uniform items online

    Jul 9, 2009

    The flame-resistant Army combat uniform and the improved physical fitness uniform can now be ordered by deployed troops through a Web-based program.

  • 'Full Metal Jacket' instructor films new show at APG

    Jul 9, 2009

    Famed Gunnery Sgt. R. Lee Ermey and his production crew filmed sequences of his new History Channel show "Lock 'N Load" at Aberdeen Proving Ground in June.

  • Army Logistics University ushers in new era for sustainers

    Jul 9, 2009

    Hundreds of team members of Fort Lee, Va., gathered July 2 to watch history unfold as the U.S. Army Logistics University officially opened with much fanfare and celebration.

  • 4th Inf. Div. achieves highest retention rate in Army

    Jul 9, 2009

    While contributing to the Army's mission to retain a highly trained, all-volunteer force, the 4th Infantry Division achieved the highest retention rate of any division during the 2009 Fiscal Year.

  • Financial problems or PTSD need not affect security clearance

    Jul 8, 2009

    With the nation in the throes of an economic downturn and entering the seventh year of overseas combat, some Soldiers and civilians are worried about their security clearance.

  • Mustion becomes 64th Army adjutant general

    Jul 8, 2009

    An investiture and change of command ceremony today welcomed Brig. Gen. Richard P. Mustion to Washington, D.C., as the 64th Adjutant General of the Army, a position first established by the Continental Congress on June 17, 1775.

  • Infantry Soldier brings bluegrass to desert

    Jul 8, 2009

    With influences like Earl Scruggs and Jody King, it would be hard for someone not to fall in love with the simplicity and the complexity of bluegrass music.

  • Iraqi NCOs attend master training course

    Jul 8, 2009

    The noncommissioned officer corps is essential to an Army's success, and the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, has recently instituted a Master Trainer Course to help develop junior NCOs in the Iraqi army.

  • Respite care offers families valuable rest

    Jul 8, 2009

    For Army families who are responsible for regular care of persons with disabilities, the Exceptional Family Member Program Respite Care Program provides a temporary rest period for caregivers.

  • Army announces eCybermission national winners

    Jul 7, 2009

    More than 100 sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth graders along with their families from across the country spent last week here preparing their entries for final judging in the Army's seventh annual eCybermission National Showcase where the national winners received $5,000 each in savings bonds.

  • Commentary: Ready Army takes daily preparation

    Jul 7, 2009

    As we approach the peak season for hurricanes and the anniversaries of both Hurricane Katrina and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, it is a good time to ask ourselves, "Am I as prepared as I can be for all potential hazards'"

  • Recent training helps Belvoir civilians save a life

    Jul 7, 2009

    WASHINGTON (Army News Service, July 7, 2009) -- Members of the acquisition community are often recognized for the systems they provide -- which saves lives. Rarely do those same people save lives with their own hands, as was the case, June 18.

  • Reserve Soldier joins president for 4th of July

    Jul 7, 2009

    As the fireworks exploded above the Washington Monument, Army Reserve Spc. David Hutchinson enjoyed the blooms of color from one of the best views in the district, the White House's South Lawn.

  • Fort Bragg Soldiers first to field new grenade launcher

    Jul 7, 2009

    The barrels were hot in the Army's charter fielding of the new M-320 grenade launcher as Soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division fired the weapons for the first time.

  • New engineer excavator stands up to anti-tank mine

    Jul 7, 2009

    The Army's new High Mobility Engineer Excavator saved the life of a Soldier in Iraq May 29, when an anti-tank mine exploded as he was digging a culvert trench near South Balad Ruz.

  • EOD Soldiers view 'The Hurt Locker'

    Jul 7, 2009

    Fast-paced, heart-stopping, explosive action fills the new movie The Hurt Locker, even though Soldiers say many of the scenes are inaccurate.

  • Second lady visits Bamberg, Schweinfurt

    Jul 7, 2009

    Dr. Jill Biden visited with U.S. troops and family members in Germany over the Independence Day weekend. Biden said the administration is trying to raise awareness about improving educational and health care benefits for veterans, servicemembers and military family members.

  • Chaplain Vakoc leaves legacy of care

    Jul 2, 2009

    Maj. Henry Timothy Vakoc, the Army's sole chaplain to have been severely wounded in Iraq, died June 20, from a fall at his care facility, five years after an improvised explosive device injured him on the drive back to camp from celebrating Sunday Mass for Soldiers in the field.

  • Army 'deadly serious' about replacement ground vehicle

    Jul 2, 2009

    After cancellation of its Future Combat Systems program, the Army continues to focus on modernization of the force and a replacement for the canceled Manned Ground Vehicle.

  • Army Reserve, Guard partners with 'Helmets to Hardhats'

    Jul 2, 2009

    The U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard signed an agreement with 'Helmets to Hardhats' at the Pentagon, which will give Soldiers greater access to construction career opportunities.

  • Contractor wins Ten-Miler T-shirt design contest

    Jul 2, 2009

    After competitive online voting worldwide, the Army Ten-Miler has announced that Julie Socher is the grand-prize winner of the annual Army Ten-Miler T-shirt design contest.

  • Leaders of veterans discuss issues facing Soldiers

    Jul 2, 2009

    The Army's fourth annual leadership conference for veterans' and military-service organizations was held June 26 at the Pentagon. and although a number of issues were discussed, one echoed throughout the day: suicide prevention.

  • Last outpost in Wasit back in Iraqi hands

    Jul 1, 2009

    The fifth and final security station in Wasit Provice, southeast of Baghdad, was returned to Iraqi control Monday before the June 30 deadline for U.S. Soldiers to withdraw from major Iraqi cities.

  • Army limits re-enlistment options for rest of fiscal year

    Jul 1, 2009

    In an effort to slow the momentum of what has been an exceptionally productive year in recruiting and retention, the Army has limited re-enlistment options during the last three months of fiscal year 2009.

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