Madigan Army Medical Center’s annual Walk to Remember took place Oct. 14.
The Lewis Community Spouses’ Club’s annual Holiday Market is set for Oct. 28 and 29 at the American Lake Conference Center.
The Halloween Monster Mash Family Event is scheduled at the McChord Club at McChord Field Oct. 28 from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Benjamin Lambertson, a local 10-year-old, was honored as Pilot for a Day by the 4th Airlift Squadron on Joint Base Lewis-McChord
The 42nd Military Police Brigade hosted a ceremony Wednesday to honor the local civilian police departments for all they do.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Pacific Pathways has allowed Army units to broaden their training as they deploy across the region for bilateral and multilateral drills with foreign militaries, while working with their sister services.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, hosted the meeting, which follows the Military Committee Meeting with South Korean chairman Army Gen. Lee Sun-jin on Oct. 11.
Fifteen regional functional commands transformed into four multidisciplinary Regional Health Commands. Now included in the RHC structure are Dental Health Command, Warrior Transition Command and Public Health Command.
WASHINGTON, D.C. David Camacho, a retired Army master sergeant and former Joint Base Lewis-McChord wounded combat veteran, still enjoys the camaraderie of being with fellow Soldiers by riding in a nonprofit cycling group, Warriors 4 Life.
WASHINGTON, D.C. There is a long tradition of being apolitical in the American military.
More than 500 runners ran through Lewis North near the World War II barracks and avoided the undead during the third-annual Joint Base Lewis-McChord Zombie Apocalypse Run Saturday.
Lacey Veterans Services dedicated its new South Sound Community College hub in Lacey Oct. 7.
SKIESUnlimited provided a free Harvest Festival and Open House for Joint Base Lewis-McChord children and parents Oct. 7 at the Lewis Main facility.
CHAUBATTIA MILITARY STATION, India Soldiers from the United States and India completed a two-week training exercise Sept. 27 at Chaubattia Military Station, India. The closing ceremonies marked the 12th year of the bilateral training exercise known as Yudh Abhyas.
The Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge organized a trip to Lewis Museum and lunch with current service members Oct. 6.
Lieutenant Colonel Evelyn Lundstrom-Weiss and Lt. Col. Eleanor Baker have spent nearly a lifetime with the Washington Wing of the Civil Air Patrol at McChord Field.
In a 112-page report, the Defense Business Board has outlined the issues and tasks that will face Defense Department leaders during the transition after the presidential election in November.
SOUTHWEST ASIA The 816th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron, Det. 1 flies the C-17 missions from the Rock from such stateside locations as Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Joint Base Dix-McGuire-Lakehurst and Joint Base Charleston, S.C., and made stops at multiple locations in Afghanistan.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord celebrated the beginning of the fall season with Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation’s annual Oktoberfest Saturday.
Rick Adler and Gary Birka were given the Silver Star at JBLM Sept. 30 for their valor in Vietnam.
Generations of JBLM officials came out to thank Alice Kline for her work Sept. 30.
Central Washington University and City University opened their new location at JBLM’s Stone Education Center with a ribbon cutting at the center Sept. 29.
VANCOUVER, Wash. The emotional effect of music could be seen as the 56th Army Band started its performance for the Washington State School for the Blind in Vancouver, Wash.
The 62nd Aerial Port Squadron is in the process of updating its X-ray machine web-based training program and with the help of the Air Force Expeditionary Center at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., it will be implemented Air Forcewide next year.
The new 16th Combat Aviation Brigade Raptor Soldier and Family Resiliency Center repurposed an unused building to bring together all of the brigade’s mental, physical and spiritual fitness capabilities.
Command Sgt. Maj. James P. Wills, U.S. Army Reserve Command Sergeant Major, visited JBLM to meet with leaders from the 104th Training Division, the 5K Salmon Run and a town hall meeting with Soldiers and Airmen.
Parents and family members of fallen Soldiers were honored Saturday at a Gold Star Mother’s Day Luncheon at JBLM’s Family Resource Center.
Free salmon giveaway is going on now at JBLM’s Clear Creek Fish Hatchery.
Because Capt. Erika Hildebrandt’ yoga background, the brigade gave her the green light to start conducting yoga with the unit’s behavioral health specialists and then she started giving classes to the rest of the brigade.
JBLM chief master sergeants and sergeants major get together once a month for leadership training and mentorship across service branches and across the base. They also get together once a quarter to PT together.