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| June 25, 2010 | 0 Comments

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POSH — Civilian employees and military and civilian supervisors need to attend mandatory Prevention of Sexual Harassment, No Fear Act and Equal Employment Opportunity training sessions. Schofield Barracks employee sessions are at the Sgt. Smith Theater, June 25, 10-11 a.m. or 2:30-3:30 p.m. Schofield Barracks supervisor sessions are at the Sgt. Smith Theater, June 25, 8:30-9:30 a.m. or 1-2 p.m. Call 655-9382.

Lunch Wagons — Army and Air Force Exchange Service is now offering three lunch wagons at Schofield Barracks. Kianis is located behind the Commissary; Ono Local Foods is located at the Soldier Support Center, Building 750; and Chiqui’s Surf Grill is located at Building 1492, near Leader’s Field and Hauula Street. Call 423-4552/7302.

Road Construction — Portions of Ayres Avenue, from Abbot Street to Waianae Avenue on Schofield Barracks, will be closed for road resurfacing through June 30. Bragg Street will be temporarily converted to a two-way street for residents of Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson and Betsy Ross courts. Call 656-2473.

28 / Monday

NSPS Town Hall — All U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii employees are invited to attend an NSPS Town Hall meeting with Jim Duttweiler, USAG-HI deputy commander, June 28, 10-11 a.m., at the Religious Activity Center, building 344 on Fort Shafter; or July 1, at Sgt. Smith Theater on Schofield Barracks, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. or 2-3 p.m.


1 / Thursday 

ID Card System — The garrison’s new ID Card Appointment System start is delayed until October at the Directorate of Human Resources ID Card Offices. Call 655-1374.

Road Closures — Portions of Ayres Avenue, from Waianae Avenue to McNair Gate on Schofield Barracks, will be closed for road resurfacing, July 1-19. Call 656-2473.

2 / Friday

Office Closure — The Installation Access Pass office at Leilehua Golf Course will be closed July 2 in order to install new equipment. The IAP office on Fort Shafter will be open as usual.

4 / Sunday

Event Road Closures — Cadet Sheridan Road to Trimble Road, Humphreys Road, and Kolekole Avenue will all be closed for the Fourth of July Spectacular on Schofield Barracks. Residents are encouraged to walk to the event.

9 / Friday

311th Signal Change of Command — Brig. Gen. Alan Lynn, commander, 311th Signal Command, will relinquish command to Col. William  Scott, at Palm Circle, Fort Shafter, July 9, at 10 a.m.

12 / Monday

UVA Training — Initial Unit Victim Advocate training will be held July 12-15. Brigades are required to have one Deployable Sexual Assault Response Coordinator and two UVAs per battalion. Pre-registration is required. Call 655-1718.

Sex Signals — The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program is hosting 12 showings of Sex Signals for Soldiers ages 18-25, July 12-15. Pre-registration is required. Call 655-1718.


Deployment Books and Audiobooks — The Sgt. Yano Library on Schofield Barracks will issue paperback book and Playaway audiobook kits to deploying units. Call 655-9143.

Dealing With Stress — Visit the Employee Assistance Program office, building 2091, Schofield Barracks, for help and ideas for dealing with stress or other issues affecting job performance. Call 655-6047/6046.

25th ID Values — The 2nd Tropic Lightning Values photo contest is running through Aug. 1. Soldiers are invited to submit photographs of 25th Infantry Division Soldiers depicting Army Values, which will be used for posters and publicity items. For entry rules, call 655-8780, e-mail or visit the Division Retention Office at 1586 Trimble Rd., Building 585, Schofield Barracks.

Military Decals — All drivers who live on, work on or frequently use Army installations need to register their vehicles at an Army Vehicle Registration Office for an official military vehicle decal. Vehicles without a decal will be routed to a Visitor Control Center for a temporary pass. Call 656-5398, 655-9496 or 438-2230.

Soldier Stories — Tripler Army Medical Center is looking for Soldiers to tell their stories about their battles with and recovery from post-traumatic stress disorder or other behavioral health issues resulting from combat tours. The testimonials collected will encourage Soldiers to come forward and seek medical care. E-mail or call 433-2809.

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