Madigan, McChord and the Yakima Training Center held their Christmas tree and menorah lightings to bring in the two faith’s holidays, which both fall on Christmas this year.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord’s Child, Youth and School Services has openings for volunteer coaches for its various sports programs throughout the year. Service members, spouses and family members ages 16 and older are eligible to help teach the basic fundamentals in sports like football, soccer and basketball.
Clarence Massey, a sergeant first class with the 42nd Military Police Brigade at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, completed his fifth season with the Puyallup Roughriders youth football program. Massey has been a coach for the eighth grade team’s offensive and defensive lines.
Major Judy Coyle stayed in shape but it was not until joining the 728th Airlift Squadron with the Rainier Wing that she rose to the next level of fitness. In this squadron, she joined a group of Airmen and retirees competing in the Boise Half Ironman Triathlon.
On Nov. 30 at 5 p.m., Tacoma Police Officer Reginald “Jake” Gutierrez, 45, a 17-year veteran of the Tacoma Police Department, was shot while responding to a domestic violence call.
As we embark on our yearlong centennial celebration journey, we will reflect on the division’s legacy in service to our nation and focus on Task Force Bayonet’s future
For a variety of reasons, however, AMC has decided to discontinue the old RODEO construct, and in 2017, will unveil its replacement – Exercise Mobility Guardian, to be held at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in August.