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Best warrior competition March 31, 2014 — Fort Leonard Wood’s Soldiers, Seabees and Marines put their top service members to the test for the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence 2014 Best Warrior competition.   Competitors endured frigid weather and complex exams, as their minds and bodies were strained through four days of events.  With snow on the ground and temperatures in the low MORE
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Leaps and Bounds
Commandant Orders Sleeves up March 14, 2014 — Warmer weather will bring Marines a change other than spring.   For the first time in two years, Marines are allowed to roll up their sleeves in conjunction with the changeover from the winter to summer uniform.   During those years, many Marines graduated from boot camp not knowing how to properly or efficiently roll their sleeves.   Fort Leonard MORE
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Sleeves Up
"Marines" Basketball Champs March 14, 2014 — After finishing third in the Commander’s Cup Basketball Tournament the past two years, the U.S. Marine Corps Detachment team had their eyes set on the tournament trophy from the very start of the 2014 season.   Cheered on by hundreds of their fellow Marines, three months of effort culminated in a 44-39 victory over the 5th Engineer Battalion in the MORE
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Name on the Trophy
Marines lead way in blood donations March 07, 2014 — The few led the many in blood donations last year during which time the Fort Leonard Wood Blood Donor Center processed more than 5,700 potential donors who donated 4,992 units of blood.   The center’s staff conducted 197 drives, collecting an average of 26 units per drive. That was enough blood products made available to nearly 10,000 injured or MORE
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Donor Center
Marines celebrate 238 years of service to nation December 16, 2013 — You may have noticed Marines running in pairs or small teams, carrying the Marine Corps flag on Nov. 6 or throughout the morning of the Nov. 8 and wondered what it was all about.   Every year here on Fort Leonard Wood, and in several other locations around the globe, you will find Marines participating in a birthday run in which one mile is run for MORE
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Deputy commandant visits Marine Corps Detachment September 13, 2013 — For the first time in his career Marine Lt. Gen. Mark Faulkner, Installations and Logistics deputy commandant, stepped foot on Fort Leonard Wood — and he was impressed by what he saw while touring the Marine Corps Detachment.   “It’s large. There are some great training opportunities here. I was really struck by the amount of area that is MORE
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Marine Lieutenant General Visits Fort Leonard Wood
NCAA coach gives Marines pointers August 19, 2013 — Marines on Fort Leonard Wood learned about leadership from one of the country’s most successful leaders — Coach Andrea Hudy, University of Kansas assistant athletic director for sport performance.  “Her visit was part of our ongoing, developing relationship with the Kansas University athletic department that started with their proposal to study our MORE
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Coach Hudy, UK assistant athletic director
Wounded Warrior Training with Kansas Athletics July 23, 2013 — Kansas Assistant Athletics Director for Sport Performance, Andrea Hudy, as well as the University of Kansas Health, Sports and Exercise Science Department is hosting Marine Sgt. Michael Pride this week for instruction and conditioning on the KU campus. Sgt. Pride, who was a member of and is now a coach for the Armed Services’ Wounded Warrior MORE
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Heavy lifting: From Rock Chalk to Oorah July 23, 2013 — The workout will begin in minutes, and Michael Pride jokes that he’s ready for some “Hudy muscles.” He smiles as he says this, and the scar that covers the inside of his left arm comes into view.It is long and thick, jagged in parts, and one of the reasons he is standing here, inside the Anderson Family Strength Center, ready to begin a session MORE
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The Importance of Donating: A Marine’s Story June 10, 2013 — March 2007: Marine Corps Capt. Harry Bailey is the operations officer with a Marine Corps transition team deployed to Fallujah, Iraq. Every day, he and his band of specially trained Marines live with and amongst their Iraqi military counterparts, battling insurgents and helping the Iraqi military transition into sole protection of their MORE
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Armed Services Blood Program

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