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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 1, 2006

Contact:
Fort Chaffee Maneuver Training Center
Environmental Office
Building 1390
(470) 484-2231 / (470) 484-2777  
christopher.heathscott@ar.ngb.army.mil

Attention Fort Chaffee Sportsmen

Persons entering the Fort Chaffee Maneuver Training Center (MTC) for hunting, fishing, horseback riding, or any other recreational activity must attend the Sportsmanís Orientation Class. Classes are scheduled for Thursday, September 7 at 7:00 pm and Saturday, September 9 at 10:00 am. Additional classes will be held on the first Thursday at 7:00 p.m. and the first Saturday at 10:00 a.m. of each month through April, barring holidays or inclement weather. All classes will be held at Building 1683, located within Fort Chaffee MTC, through Gate 5 only. Directions are available at the main gate of Fort Chaffee, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, and the Redevelopment Authority. Only money orders or bank cashierís checks, made out to the U.S. Treasury, are accepted for the Sportsman permits ($20 for two years) and the Recreational permits ($5 for two years). Those who have taken the orientation class since January 1999 can renew their permits on Tuesdays or Thursdays at the Environmental Branch, Building 1390 from 7 am to 3 pm or 30 minutes prior to the Sportsmanís Orientation Classes in Building 1683.

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Lt. Col. Allen Hargis, of Hot Springs Village, presents a slow, respectful salute to 
	each individual display representing the four Fallen Soldiers under his command who died from 
	an April 24, 2004 Rocket attack in Taji, Iraq.  The event was a painful moment for Hargis, who 
	was only a few meters from the blast that took the lives of his Soldiers.  Hargis served as the 
	commander of the Hazen based 39th Support Battalion of the 39th Brigade Combat Team.
Honoring Arkansas National Guard Fallen.
Lt. Col. Allen Hargis, of Hot Springs Village, presents a slow, respectful salute to each individual display representing the four Fallen Soldiers under his command who died from an April 24, 2004 Rocket attack in Taji, Iraq. The event was a painful moment for Hargis, who was only a few meters from the blast that took the lives of his Soldiers. Hargis served as the commander of the Hazen based 39th Support Battalion of the 39th Brigade Combat Team.
The Arkansas Cross medal was presented to the five crew members of a medivac helicopter from the 
Arkansas National Guard which assisted in search and rescue operations during deadly flooding that struck the 
southwest parts of Arkansas in May 2013. (Photos by Lt. Col. Keith Moore, Arkansas National Guard Public Affairs.)
Courage.
The Arkansas Cross medal was presented to the five crew members of a medivac helicopter from the Arkansas National Guard which assisted in search and rescue operations during deadly flooding that struck the southwest parts of Arkansas in May 2013. (Photos by Lt. Col. Keith Moore, Arkansas National Guard Public Affairs.)