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More than 200 military children were able to experience the trepidation of deployment and the bliss of coming home at a Kids Understanding Deployment Operations event hosted by the 62nd Airlift Wing at Joint Base Lewis-McChord on Aug. 2. 

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As the sun began to dip behind the Seattle skyline, more than 80 soldiers from Joint Base Lewis-McChord marched down Fourth Avenue in the 70th annual Seafair Torchlight Parade in Seattle July 27.

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When Joint Base Lewis-McChord youth Christian Ashford saw the great strides his friend and 2018 Pacific Military Youth of the Year Katie Wilcox was making in her fight to combat homelessness, he knew he wanted to follow in her footsteps and make a difference. 

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As the new commander of 42nd Military Police Brigade, Col. Luis Omar Lomas is entering a significant phase in a career that has spanned three decades. And he knows it wouldn’t have been possible without many of the family and friends who traveled from Texas to see him take the brigade colors…

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In a show brought to them by the letter “M” — for military kids, military families and Madigan — kids laughed, danced and sang their way through a special Sesame Street show with Abby Cadabby and Nina at the Madigan Medical Mall on July 26.

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Pharmacy wait times decreased by more than an hour at Madigan Army Medical Center thanks to extended pharmacy hours, revised staffing and greater expertise in the new electronic health record system.

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Service members, community leaders, family and friends gathered at Watkins Field on Joint Base Lewis-McChord to welcome Col. Skye Duncan, incoming JBLM Garrison commander, and to say goodbye to Col. Nicole Lucas, outgoing garrison commander, at the change of command ceremony July 19. 

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Hundreds of service members, civilians and community members packed Hangar 9 at Joint Base Lewis-McChord to honor Col. William “Percy” Percival, the outgoing JBLM Garrison deputy commander and 627th Air Base Group commander, at an awards ceremony at McChord Field July 15.