The Kwajalein hourglass

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The Kwajalein hourglass
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en-US2 U.S. Government, Department of Defense, De en-US-en-US partment of the Army or USAG-KA. It is published en-US Saturdays in accordance with Army Regulation en-US 360-1 and using a network printer by Kwajalein en-US Range Services editorial staff.en-US Phone: Defense Switching Network 254-2114;en-US Local phone: 52114en-US Printed circulation: 650en-US Email: en-US usarmy.bucholz.311-sig-cmd.mbx.hourglass@mail.milen-USGarrison Commander...Col. James DeOre Jr.en-US Garrison CSM ............ Sgt. Maj. Todd Shirley en-US en-US Managing Editor . ..................... en-USJordan Vinsonen-US Associate Editor . .............. en-USJessica Dambruchen-US Media Services Specialist ...... Cari Dellingeren-US Media Services Intern .......... Allison Homuthen-USThe Kwajalein Hourglassen-US en-US is named for the en-US insignia of the U.S. Army 7th Infantry Division, en-US which liberated the island from the forces of en-US Imperial Japan on Feb. 4, 1944.en-US The Kwajalein Hourglass is an authorized en-US publication for military personnel, federal emen-US -en-US ployees, contractor workers and their families en-US assigned to U.S. Army Garrison-Kwajalein en-US Atoll. Contents of the Hourglass are not necen-US -en-US YYWC KALEIDOSCOPE U.S. Army Garrison-Kwajalein Atoll en-US en-US community members gathered for the en-US Kaleidoscope of Music Jan. 21 at the en-US High School Multi-Purpose Room. The en-US event, sponsored by the Yokwe Yuk en-US Womens Club, is a long-standing tradien-US-en-US tion on Kwajalein that brings the islands en-US best adult and teenage musicians to the en-US stage to perform for a good cause. en-US A fundraiser for Kwajalein Jr.-Sr. High en-US School student scholarships, this years en-US en-US musical performances ranging from en-US an all-student saxophone sextuplet to en-US en-US Memorial Chapel Choir. en-US Heather and Friendsa group conen-US-en-US sisting of singer Heather Ardrey, piaen-US-en-US nist Dave Ardrey, bassist Wes Kirk and en-US drummer Greg Spocktreated attenden-US -en-US en-US of Myself. And while many musicians en-US performed covers of songs, Dan Laverty, en-US Mike Symanski, Jessica Dambruch and en-US Dan Eggers presented original songs of en-US their own. en-US en-US Brandon McAfee joined Neil Dye to peren-US-en-US form a medley of two songs, The Reach en-US and Longer. Tracy McConnell, Mike en-US Tracy and Steve Prudence kept the enen-US -en-US ergy thriving with Ellie Gouldings pop en-US en-US they also performed Love Song by the en-US Cure, which was dedicated to Tracys en-US wife. en-US During intermission, guests were THE KALEIDOSCOPE OF MUSIC en-USJAMMING TO THE BEAT WITH USAG-KAS FINEST MUSICIANSen-US en-USgreeted with a wide array of desserts en-US en-US a good break for visitors to mingle and en-US applaud the performers who completed en-US en-US Percussion ensemble Drum Down the en-US Sun included the following percussionen-US-en-US ists: Mike Symanski, Dan Laverty, Ron en-US Sylvester, Jessica Dambruch, Brandon en-US McAfee and Bill Williamson. Children of en-US all ages who attended were asked to help en-US keep a beat with Drum Down the Sun. en-US en-US Heather and Friends, Dave Ardrey did a en-US solo performance of Prelude in C-Sharp en-US Minor by Rachmaninoff. He also peren-US1) Roi Rat Dave en-USSaunders leads en-US Kwaj island style en-US band Pure Aloha en-US in a serenade at en-US the MP Room en-US Jan. 21. 2) The en-US KHS student en-US saxophone en-US sextet performs en-US Queens en-US Bohemian en-US Rhapsody. 1 2 U.S. Army photos by Allison Homuth


en-US3 YYWC KALEIDOSCOPE formed in Jacque Phelons classical en-USperformance of O Mio Babino Caro en-US en-US en-US was Dave Saunders with Pure Aloha, en-US who played Hawaiian-style music for en-US en-US the night.en-US Before and during the show, drawen-US -en-US ing tickets were sold to win a variety en-US of prizes, such as dinner and dessert en-US prepared by Kiersta Bailey, a Thai dinen-US -en-US ner for six donated by the Spocks, a en-US handcrafted boat from the Microneen-US-en-US sian Handicrafts Shop and a free prien-US -en-US vate performance by Pure Aloha. 1) Kwajaleins Drum Down the Sun gang en-UScoopts children into the hand drumming en-US ensemble during the Kaleidoscope en-US intermission. 2) Mike Symanski and Jessica en-US Dambruch do a dark original piece for the en-US crowd. 3) Brian McAfee, left, and Neil en-US Dye perform The Reach and Longer en-US by Dan Fogelberg. 4) Jacquie Phelon sings en-US in a performance of O Mio Babino Caro en-US by Italian composer Giacomo Puccini; not en-US pictured is pianist Dave Ardrey. 5) Sean en-US ONeil performs with the IMC Community en-US Choirs rendition of Billy Joels And So en-US It Goes. 6) Long-time Kaleidoscope en-US en-US 7) The masters of ceremony, Jason Huwe en-US (left) and Todd Emmons liven up the crowd en-US between performances. 3 4 2 1 5 6 7


4 en-USKIDS CREATE en-USIN KWAJ 4Hen-USTHE TRUCK FIRE THAT KFD FIRE FIGHTERS BEATen-USJohn Halenar, left, en-US Aaron Lescalleet en-US and Noah Baker try en-US out their drum skills en-US on a djembe with en-US School Age Center en-US Lead Instructor en-US Rachel Horner en-US during 4H Club on en-US Jan. 23. Sometimes creativity en-USis hard work. en-US Luckily for Kwaj CYS 4H Club kids in the en-US early elementary and third through sixth en-US grade program, School Age Center Lead en-US en-US them realize their big ideas with exercisen-US -en-US es in creative goal management.en-US During the afterschool 4H Club sesen-US -en-US sions, Horner and the club members en-US explore the trial and error process of en-US creative production. Their diverse array en-US of fun activities are designed to help the en-US en-US-en-US ative work of their own. Horner and her en-US guest speakers emphasize that creativity en-US isnt perfection: its a unique process. en-US The kids work individually or in en-US groups in both student and teacher-led en-US creative projects, says Horner. en-US Along the way they also report and en-US record the steps in their process to each en-US other. The exercises include discussion Jordan Vinson en-USKwajalein Fire Department en-US en-US -en-US cue on the evening of Jan. 11 en-US en-US A new, white Dodge Ram en-US en-US -en-US ly after 7 p.m. and Kwajalein en-US Yacht Club members called in en-US en-US-en-US ment. en-US en-US-en-US sponders arrived on the scene en-US within minutes and began a en-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US sonnel are still investigating en-US the cause. time for kids to help each other break en-USconcepts down into small steps. They en-US combine those ideas with action. On en-US any given day the kids might also smash en-US crayon bits to melt into larger drawing en-US tools, study childrens book illustrations en-US en-US Horner has also led the class in rhythm en-US and dance activities to explore sound en-US and motion. en-US Most recently, 4H tried out world peren-US -en-US cussion equipment and talked about en-US how composing and developing musical en-US instruments combines science and art. en-US As the 4H Club members build their en-US projects, the kids arent the only ones en-US learning. Horner says that as they chalen-US-en-US lenge each other, solve problems and en-US overcome obstacles, they teach her new en-US things every day. U.S. Army photo by Jessica Dambruch en-USen-US en-US the charred remains of the en-US truck the next day.


5 THE TRUCK FIRE THAT KFD FIRE FIGHTERS BEAT In the winter en-USmonths of the year, its difen-US-en-US en-US sky. Amazing things are hidden from us, en-US like the dazzling bands of the Milky Way en-US and the galactic bulge at the center of en-US it all. But while the sun obscures these en-US gems during the daylight hours, come en-US nightfall there are still plenty of celestial en-US sights to enjoy. en-US Oh, but the moon. Unfortunately, like en-US the sun, a full moon affects our vision of en-US the sky and were getting close to having en-US a full moon again. Waxing toward a full en-US state by the end of the month, it will be a en-US little over half full at the end of this week, en-US obscuring dim objects. en-US Bright objects are still in play, though. en-US For example, those who look up at the en-US night sky Saturday, Jan. 27, will see a en-US nice appulse (apparent meeting) of our en-US moon and a brilliant star named Aldebaen-US -en-US en-US look up around 8 p.m., the moon will be en-US overhead, and Aldebaran will be the liten-US -en-US tle ruddy dot to its lower right. en-US en-US mean neat. A magnitude 0.85 K5 spectral en-US type, its the 13th or 14th (depends on en-US who you ask) brightest star in the sky en-US and lies 65.11 light years away. And its a en-US big boy with a diameter 44 times that of en-US en-US the Q Continuum folks in the Star Trek en-US universewere to remove the sun from en-US the center of our solar system and put en-US Aldebaran in its place, its surface would en-US nearly reach the orbit of Mercury. en-US From our vantage point Aldebaran apen-US-en-US pears to be part of the V-shaped Hyades en-US (high-deez) cluster, the closest estaben-US -en-US lished open star cluster to Earth. But en-US the stars that make up the Hyades are en-US actually another 85 light years out; its en-US merely a line of sight thing. Regardless en-US of the science, traditions are traditions, en-US and Aldebaran is traditionally known as en-US en-US -en-US tion Taurus, with it and the Hyades stars en-US comprising the face of the bull. en-US The face of Taurus is one of my favorite en-US winter time targets to observe, mainly en-US because of the density of stars in this en-US area. The Hyades itself consists of about en-US 100 bright stars with many dim ones, en-US including variable and double stars in en-US the mix. Viewing through a pair of binen-US -en-US oculars really brings out the detail in this en-US patchwork of 150-year-old light. en-US That brings me back to our moon en-US problem. While Taurus is one of my faen-US-en-US en-US to have to wait until that big pesky moon en-US slips further and further east in the sky en-US and rises later and later in the night, alen-US-en-US lowing for easier viewing of the bull and en-US en-US of waiting a week or sothe stars arent en-US en-US Of course, its not all problematic. For en-US those who enjoy viewing the moon, a en-US waxing or waning (partial) moon is a en-US golden opportunity to see details on its en-US surface. As the suns light hits the moon en-US from its side (from our vantage point in en-US orbit), elongated shadows in craters and en-US ridgeline chains appear on the terminaen-US -en-US tor, illustrating a sense of depth of elevaen-US-en-US tion on the surface and accentuating the en-US bodys geography. To see these termien-US -en-US nator features, you really need to look en-US through a pair of binoculars or a simple en-US en-US pair of binoculars somewhere. en-US Finally, on Jan. 31, the moon will be en-US full. And while most night sky observaen-US -en-US tions are impossible at this time, except en-US for short stints in the early morning en-US before dawn, one of the coolest obseren-US -en-US vations occurs here during a full moon. en-US en-US stake out a spot on the eastern, ocean-en-US facing side of whatever island youre on en-US en-US -en-US ing light of dusk, the moons face should en-US rise above the cloud on the horizon a en-US little before 7 p.m. and rain down light en-US onto the oceans surface for the next few en-US hours. Taking in this view is a good way to spend a bit of your night at the end of en-USthe month, especially if youre one of the en-US people new to the garrison. Do note that en-US if you wait and head out to the shoreline en-US Feb. 1 or Feb. 2, the moon will be wanen-US -en-US ing but still be pretty full. The advantage en-US here is that the moon rises later than en-US 7:45 p.m., well after most of the suns en-US light has disappeared from the sky. This en-US is prime time for doing photographic en-US night sky exposures featuring the ocean en-US and the moon in a tight shot. en-US After Feb. 4 the moon begins rising afen-US-en-US ter 10:30 p.m., and general night sky oben-US -en-US servations are back on the table. Aldebaran is seen shining behind the rings en-USof Saturn during a Sept. 9 2006 photo as en-US part of the Cassini spacecraft mission. en-US Scientists used the well-known brightness en-US of Aldebaran as a meter, watching it en-US en-US sections of the rings as part of a study into en-US the rings composition. en-US LEFT: This star map illustrates the locations of the moon and Aldebaran the night of en-US Jan. 27. Orion is at bottom right. RIGHT: This Goddard Space Flight Center image shows en-US details on the moon at the terminator, the boundary between darkness on the moons en-US surface and light cast by the sun. These details pop out during gibbous moon cycles. NASA photo Stellarium image Jordan Vinson NASA photo


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7 1) U.S. Army Garrison-Kwajalein Atoll en-USCommander Col. James DeOre meets with en-US members of the American Legion Post No. en-US 44 to discuss the future of the Vets Hall en-US Jan. 24. 2) At Surfway, Theo Lang is ready en-US to help customers make a purchase Jan. en-US 23. 3). Long lines at Surfway on Tuesday en-US can only mean one thing: Fresh produce is en-US available. 4) Col. DeOre visits with Deputy en-US Assistant Secretary of the Army for Instalen-US -en-US lations, Housing & Partnerships Paul Craen-US -en-US mer during a recent trip to Ebeye. 5) An Eben-US -en-US eye resident checks out the waves beyond en-US the beach during a calm morning in mid-en-US January. 6) AFN technician Evelyn Smith en-US tries to solve the mystery behind a recent en-US power outage. 7-9) Hundreds of residents en-US of Ebeye, visiting dignitaries and friends en-US celebrated the wedding of Anta James Kaen-US -en-US bua and Carl John at Ebeye United Church en-US of Christ Jan. 24. 10) Mike Smith dives at a en-US wreck site near North Loi. 7 8 9 10 U.S. Army photos by Maj. Dan La en-US-en-US caria, Kim Yarnes, Jordan Vinson en-US and Jessica Dambruch Courtesy of Christa Wingfield


8 Kwajalein Atoll is en-US a good place to spot anemones and anemen-US -en-US en-US en-US -en-US allyinto a perfect domestic partnership. en-US en-US the anemone, a bubble tip anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor) en-US are usually spotted together in a symbiotic quid-pro-quo. While en-US en-US en-US-en-US ter to its little bouncer, which is unaffected by its hosts stinging en-US tentacles. en-US en-US clown can also be found among other species of anemones like en-US Sebae anemones and Haddons carpet anemones. The bubble en-US tip, meanwhile, can host several species of marine life, especialen-US -en-US ly if the anemone is fully grown. Shrimps and an array of other en-US en-US -en-US en-US tips small, wiggly forests of tentacles.en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US-en-US sively defend its anemone, striking out at camera housings when en-US underwater photographers get too close. The bubble tip anemoen-US-en-US ne prefers to set up its domicile in shallow reefs in lagoons and en-US sometimes on steep seaward slopes, at times living solitarily en-US and in other cases living in colonies with several anemones. en-US Sources: en-US en-USen-US en-US Courtesy of Christa Wingfield THIS WEEK IN KWAJALEIN en-USHOURGLASS HISTORY Jan. 29, 1993 en-USJan. 29, 1993


9 en-USUSAG-KA REPORT en-USCANCELATION OF RESIDENTIAL en-US LONG DISTANCE PHONE SERVICEen-USen-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US en-US en-US must set up their own Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) en-US en-US en-US and many more.en-US en-US -en-US en-USen-USen-US en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US-en-US en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US-en-US tion 190-50) that amount to criminal violations may also en-US SELF-SHIPMENT TIPS en-USFROM THE POST OFFICE en-USen-US belongings home before your deparen-US-en-US en-US With many island residents mailing boxes, lines have been en-US en-US community that special appointment times can be arranged en-US en-US -en-US es or more, please take advantage of this appointment time en-US en-US-en-US ous shipping options. Residents are encouraged to remember en-US that standard height and weight shipping dimensions apply en-US for self-shipments. Boxes and packages have a weight limit of en-US 70 pounds. Length and girth limits are 108 inches for Priority en-US Mail packages and 130 inches for packages shipped via SAM en-US or Parcel Post. en-US Customs forms can be completed online and all forms should en-US be completed before coming to the mailing window. USPS has en-US a variety of mailing supplies available for free through their en-US website.en-US For additional assistance and questions please contact the en-US en-US en-USPROVERBS AND MAXIMSen-US Kandrikdrik kan yokwe.en-US Share whatever small food you have with love.en-US en-US en-US (This is similar to blood is thicker than water). en-US en-US en-US en-US the reef through a surge channel, it will not return en-US en-US-en-US lief that Marshallese, no matter where they are, will en-US never forget their home island or their customs. en-US en-US en-US en-US Value what one has, dont give up what you have en-US to pursue risky endeavors. en-US en-US The expression juum ettor is a pronouncement en-US from mother to daughter, in which the young girl asen-US -en-US sumes responsibility for carrying on the traditions of en-US her lineage. The symbol of this accountability is the en-US deka-in-ninor pandanus leaf pounderwhich en-US is given by mother to eldest daughter along with en-US responsibility of the family land in accordance with en-US matrilineal tradition. en-US Made of the dese shell of the giant clam, this inen-US -en-US strument is quite heavy and polished from many en-US years of use. Pandanus leaf must be softened by en-US pounding before it can be plaited into sleeping en-US mats or the intricately designed two-piece en-US niededor skirt. en-USEffective Jan. 31, KRS Finance is being moved from en-US Building 702. For the month of February, the staff is been-US -en-US ing relocated to building 1054, and payments for remainen-US -en-US ing invoices can be made by credit card or check only. en-US Tuesday 1 1 a.m. 1 p.m. Thursday 1 1 a.m. 1 p.m. Saturday 1 1 a.m. 1 p.m. en-USen-US en-US from Roi for processing. Any other payments for services en-US outside of posted hours will be handled by appointment en-US only. Please contact the staff at 51513 for assistance.


10 Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and en-USPrevention (SHARP) Contact Informationen-USCW3 Dave Casbarraen-US SHARP Victim Advocateen-US Work: 805 355 3421 Home: 805 355 1731en-US USAG-KA SHARP Pager: 805 355 3243/3242/3241/0100en-US USAG-KA SHARP VA Local Help Line: 805 355 2758en-US DOD en-USSAFE Helpline: 877 995 5247 WEEKLY WEATHER OUTLOOK en-USWEATHER DISCUSSION: en-US We expected an increase in showers en-US last week, but not the 8 inches measured. We have received en-US 11.24 inches of rainfall so far this month, or 362 percent of noren-US -en-US en-US -en-US ward from 3-5 north latitude to 7-8 north latitude. en-US The Madden Julian Oscillation was present in the global en-US tropics positioned to enhanced convection (precipitation) in en-US our region. For the next week these factors will move away en-US from our region and we will see a return to average. We still en-US anticipate the spring months to be drier than average due to en-US the La Nina cycle.en-US en-US Scattered showen-US -en-US ers Saturday, Sunday Monday. Winds E-ENE at 15-20 knots.en-US en-US Widely scattered showers decreasen-US -en-US ing to isolated showers next week. Winds ENE 15-20 knots.en-USCheck out daily news and community en-US en-US -en-US en-USen-USFor command information questions, please en-US contact Public Affairs at 54848. LUNCH en-USDINNER Sunday en-USMeat Lasagnaen-US Chicken Fingersen-US Garlic Breaden-USThursdayen-USBeef Stroganoffen-US en-US Stewed Okraen-USen-USSwedish Meatballsen-US Pork Chopsen-US Squash Casseroleen-USThursdayen-USGerman Style Spareribsen-US Honey Glazed Cornish Henen-US Honey Glazed Yamsen-USFridayen-USJambalayaen-US Roast Beef and Gravyen-US Red Beans and Riceen-USFridayen-USFried Fish Wedgeen-US Sausage & Peppers Suben-US Baked Beansen-USen-USCajun Pastaen-US Salisbury Steaken-US Balsamic Sproutsen-USWednesdayen-USChicken Pot Pie Casseroleen-US Cuban Roasted Porken-US Chili Lime Black Beansen-USen-USChicken Piccataen-US Chili Macen-US Rosemary Potatoesen-USSundayen-USPulled Pork on a Bunen-US Beef Yakisobaen-US Scandinavian Veggiesen-USTuesdayen-USAsian Pepper Steaken-US Baked Zitien-US Steamed Riceen-USWednesdayen-USSteak Nighten-US Jerk Chickenen-US Baked Potato Baren-USTuesdayen-USBaked Coden-US Chicken Cordon Bleuen-US Harvard Beetsen-USen-USFlank Steaken-US Veggie Lasagnaen-US Smashed Red Potatoes Captain Louis S. Zamperini Dining Facility en-US*MENU CURRENT AS OF Jan. 26 en-US-Date and time activity occurreden-US -Where and what type of activity occurred en-US -Physical description of the people involveden-US -Description of modes ofen-US transportationen-US -Describe what you saw or hearden-US -Provide pictures if you took anyen-USWHO TO REPORT TO en-USLocal law Enforcement en-US and Securityen-US *911en-US *5-4445/4443en-US *usarmy.bucholz.311-sg-en-US cmd.mbx.usag-pmo@mail Have something the USAG-KA en-UScommander needs to know? en-US Call the Commanders Hotline at 51098.en-US en-USYour voice is valued.


11 en-USen-USSausage and Peppersen-US Beef Teri Sirloinen-US Fried Riceen-USen-USGrilled Pastrami Sandwichen-US Roast Porken-US Onion Ringsen-USFridayen-USBeef Tacosen-US Pinto Beansen-US Tamalesen-US Sundayen-US Sliced Roast Beefen-US Eggs Benedicten-US Sauteed Fishen-US Thursdayen-US Baked Fishen-US Cottage Pieen-US Veggie Quicheen-USThursdayen-USRoi Fried Chickenen-US Swedish Meatballsen-US Egg Noodlesen-USFridayen-USGreek Herb Chickenen-US Pastitsioen-US Greek Lemon Potatoen-US en-US Corned Beefen-US Chicken Supremeen-US Red Potatoesen-US Wednesdayen-US Meatball Suben-US Curry Chickenen-US Rice Pilafen-USSundayen-USBBQ Porken-US Chicken Florentineen-US Pasta Primaveraen-USen-USRoast Chickenen-US Flank Steaken-US en-USTuesdayen-USPizza Nighten-US Chicken Sandwichen-US Manicottien-USWednesdayen-USGrilled Steaken-US Chicken Fajitasen-US Baked Potatoen-US Tuesdayen-US Thai Beefen-US Tofu Veggie Stir Fryen-US Fried Rice LUNCH en-USDINNERen-USCaf Roi en-US*MENU CURRENT AS OF JAN. 26 companied and watched by a respon en-US-en-US sible person aged 15 years or older in en-US any approved swimming area.en-US Kwajalein Yacht Clubs monthly meeten-US -en-US ing is Saturday, Jan. 27, Social Hour en-US begins at 5:30 p.m., Meeting starts en-US at 6:30 p.m. Dinner is at 7 p.m. Bring en-US your favorite potato topping to share. en-US Ursula LaBrie, 51951.en-US KGA Golf Association Annual 2018 en-US Membership Drive. Join the KGA to en-US get your USGA handicaps, particien-US-en-US pate in fun tourneys such as the Kwaj en-US Open, Coral Cup and others! Dues: en-US $60. Deadline: Jan. 31, 2018. Cash en-US or check payable to KGA, Attn: Greg en-US Whitehead, Unit 17001 Box 102, APO, en-US AP 96555.en-US Merbabes Swim Class. Friday Feb. 2, en-US 12:30 p.m. 1 p.m. Come enjoy an en-US en-US Swim Lesson. Class is for children en-US ages 6 months 3 years. All particien-US -en-US pants must be accompanied by an en-US adult in the water. The purpose of this en-US class is to develop a comfort level in en-US and around the water. Swim diapers en-US are required for children who are not en-US potty-trained. Cost is Free! For quesen-US -en-US tions, contact Cliff at 52848. en-US Please join us for Quizzo on Friday, en-US Feb. 2, at 7:30 p.m. at The Vets Hall. en-US Special Guest Host Jason Huwe will en-US serve up a tasty helping of trivia that en-US will please the most discriminating en-US palates. Questions? Contact Neil Dye en-US or Mike Woundy.en-US Ballroom Dance Classes start Tuesen-US-en-US day, Feb. 6 from 6:30 7:30 in CRC en-US Room 6. Classes run through May 1. en-US Well start with swing dance (Jitteren-US -en-US bug) and also cover cha-cha, foxtrot en-US and rumba. No cost, partner encouren-US-en-US aged but not required. Be ready for en-US the Annual Ballroom Dance on May 6. en-US Questions, contact Gus Garcia. en-US Boys and Girls Club of America Varien-US-en-US ety Show. Sunday, Feb. 25 7-8 p.m. in en-US the High School MP Room. The Boys en-US and Girls Club of America is preparen-US-en-US HELP WANTEDen-US Visit USAJOBS.GOV to search and apen-US-en-US ply for USAG-KA vacancies and other en-US federal positions. KRS and Chugach en-US en-US at: Kwajalein, Roi-Namur and Ebeye en-US Dock Security Checkpoint locations; en-US en-US en-US Human Resources in Bldg. 700 and en-US on the Kwaj-web site under Conen-US -en-US en-US en-US-en-US ings for off-island contract positions en-US are available at Job Opportunity at RTS Weather en-US en-US en-US Education: Bachelors Degree. U.S. en-US en-US required. For full details and to apply en-US en-US req.#42.en-US San Juan Construction is currently en-US hiring for multiple projects on Kwaen-US-en-US en-US you are interested in continued work en-US on Kwajalein, please see our website en-US at for en-US opportunities and to apply or call en-US Tim Hughes, Corporate Recruiter at en-US 970-497-8238.en-US There are still ExPat positions reen-US-en-US en-US en-US en-US Building 602 and inquire.en-US COMMUNITY NOTICESen-US Pools and Beaches School Year Hours en-US (Lifeguard on Duty). Family Pool: en-US Tuesday and Saturday 3:30 p.m. 6 en-US p.m.; Wednesday and Friday 3:30 en-US p.m. 5 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m; en-US Monday, Noon 6 p.m.; Thursday, en-US closed for cleaning. Pool will open en-US or close early on select dates for KST en-US Swim Meets. en-US Emon Beach: Sunday and Monday, 11 en-US a.m. 6 p.m. TuesdaySaturday, Buden-US -en-US dy Swim. **As a reminder, children en-US under 10 years of age must be acen-USen-USSHOW! All are welcome for a fun en-US and enjoyable night of skits, musien-US -en-US en-US questions please contact Michael en-US Hillman at 53796.en-US Save The Date. March 4, 2018. YYWC en-US Annual Basket Auction. Mark your en-US calendar! Join us for an evening of en-US entertainment, great food and fun en-US with friends as you bid on amazing en-US goods and services donated by Kwaen-US-en-US jaleins businesses, vendors, clubs, en-US families and individuals. Funds en-US raised support education in the en-US en-US Micronesia area. Want to donate? en-US We would love to have your help. en-US Start now gathering items to be en-US auctioned at this event. Ticket sales en-US will start in February. For informaen-US -en-US tion contact Kiersta Bailey at renen-US-en-US Be a part of the GSES STEM Festival! en-US Calling all Science, Technology, Enen-US -en-US gineering and Math professionals en-US and enthusiasts to set up displays en-US or demonstrations at our STEM en-US Careers Expo. Have a great STEM en-US presentation and hands-on activen-US -en-US ity? Then inquire about becoming en-US one of our STEM Specialty Session en-US presenters! Contact Heather Miller en-US at 5-5642 or heathershawmiller@en-US SAFETY/ENVIRONMENTALen-US Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings are en-US held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, en-US 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Kwajalein REB en-US Library.en-US en-US Safety. Gloves are the most common en-US form of Personal Protective Equipen-US-en-US ment (PPE). We have a variety of en-US gloves available and each type is en-US en-US-en-US en-US the right glove for the work you will en-US be doing.en-US en-US Artifacts only tell part of the story. en-US The rest of the story comes from unen-US -en-US derstanding where they were found en-US en-US en-US and notify the KRS archaeologist at en-US 5-8867. Contact 5-8867 or 5-9502 for en-US further questions or information.en-US Protect yourself from stings. Dont en-US wear perfume or cologne. Avoid scenten-US-en-US ed soaps, shampoos, and deodorants.en-US en-US printed clothes. Minimize vegetation en-US along walkways and near building enen-US-en-US trances. Before using bike racks and en-US benches, check them for nests.en-USHIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS en-USThe Military Entrance Processing en-US Station (MEPS) Team from Hawaii en-US will be on island to administer the en-US Armed Services Vocational Aptien-US -en-US tude Battery (ASVAB) Test to local en-US high schools on Ebeye and Kwajaen-US -en-US lein. en-USADULTS AND RESIDENTSen-USFor adult residents/Kwajalein emen-US -en-US ployees (e.g. C-badge and T-badge) en-US who are interested in taking the ASen-US -en-US VAB, the MEPS team will administer en-US the Enlistment Test at the Religious en-US Education Building (REB) on Thursen-US -en-US day, Feb. 1, 2018 at 1 p.m. en-US Please coordinate your attenen-US -en-US dance with your supervisor should en-US your work hours coincide with the en-US test date and time. Also, please en-US bring a photo ID and be there en-US by 12:30 p.m. Questions, please en-US en-US 52103 or 55325. en-US en-US2018 ASVAB TESTINGen-US


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