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  • DPW Deploying Innovative Solar Powered, Self-Compacting Solid Waste Bins

    Traditional public trashcans on Clay Kaserne and housing areas may soon be replaced by innovative solar powered-self compacting solid waste bins.

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  • The Army Wellness Center offers free health assessments

    The Army Wellness Center, located in building 1201 on Clay Kaserne, offers various health services free to Soldiers and to Department of Defense civilians.

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  • Passion for healing forges leaders of military medicine

    As a college student, Lee Phillips didn’t know what life had in store for him. In his words, he was “kind of going through college and working a little bit, trying to pay my way through and didn't really know what I wanted to do.”

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  • Michigan vaccination teams bring hope to local communities

    Soldiers and Airmen with Michigan’s Army and Air National Guard continue partnering with health departments at vaccination clinics around the state to help battle COVID-19.

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  • McNair’s 140-year-old building slated for renovation

    Bldg. 17, located on the Fort McNair portion of the base, is one of the three oldest Bldgs. on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall and is slated for a well-deserved renovation this year.

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Service member hearing protection emphasized on World Hearing Day

Service member hearing protection emphasized on World Hearing Day

The World Health Organization has designated March 3 as World Hearing Day. The WHO estimates 466 million people have disabling hearing loss. By 2050, that figure will almost double, affecting one in 10 people.

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