December 22, 2011 FREE COPY
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The Camp Shelby Troop
Store, Army & Air Force
Exchange Service will have
special hours during the holi-
days. Hours are:
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 23-26
Closed Dec. 25th
By STAFF SGT. LaTASHA WILLIAMS
Camp Shelby Pblic Affairs
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 27-31
Closed Jan. 1st
The official ribbon cutting event to
For more information, call commemorate the grand opening of the
store manager Vanessa L. new Minuteman Building was held at
Saelens at 601-582-0801, ext. Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training
105. Center, Nov. 18.
The building is designed to achieve a
Holiday chapel U.S. Green Building Council or USGBC
A general protestant worship LEED Silver rating with a variety of
service will be held at 12:30 “green” amenities to include electric
p.m. on Christmas Day and a vehicle charging stations in the barracks
Catholic Mass will be held at 2 parking lot, energy efficient fixtures and
p.m. For New Year’s Eve and recycling availability.
New Year’s Day services, call Additional amenities include private
Post Chaplain 601-558-4078. Staff Sgt. LaTasha Williams/Camp Shelby Public Affairs rooms, private bath, TV in room, laundry
HUG FROM MOM... Marsha Lawson hugs her son Spc. David Lawson as he returns home from a year long deploy- room, dayroom, handicap accessibility,
ment on Dec. 1. Lawson deployed to Afghanistan with the 231st Survey and Design Team of the 890th Engineer elevator and coming soon, internet capa-
Gate closures Battalion. bility.
The North gate of Camp “It is a beautiful morning to share this
Shelby will be closed begin-
ning at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 23
and will reopen at 6 a.m. on
Monday, Dec. 26.
Welcome home 231st
By DANA ELISE SMITH and
dedication and official opening of this
new high rise building,” said Col. Steve
Parham, CSJFTC Post Commander.
Maj. Gen. William L. Freeman Jr.,
The North gate will close Adjutant General of the Mississippi
again at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 30 Staff Sgt. LaTASHA WILLIAMS Army National Guard was the guest
and will reopen at 6 a.m. Camp Shelby Public Affairs speaker at the event.
Monday, Jan. 2. During his speech, Freeman provided
The Mississippi National details of the state of the art building. He
Guard’s 231st Survey and Design said that the design is a three story high
Vehicle decals Team of the 890th Engineer rise structure with over 48,000 square
The 2012 vehicle decals are Battalion, headquartered in feet. The 8.3 million dollar structure also
now available for issue at the Gulfport, Miss., returned home comes equipped with 83 queen size sin-
MP desk located on the North recently from a year-long deploy- gle rooms and six full handicapped rooms
side of building 6606. Decals ment to Afghanistan. totaling 89 complete rooms. All rooms
are available 24/7. Family and friends welcomed are also climate controlled.
In order to obtain a decal, home the design team as they “It will serve our Soldiers well for
you must have with you a valid arrived at Gulfport-Biloxi many years to come, while bringing mod-
driver's license, current proof International Airport. ern state of the art living to Camp Shelby
of insurance, valid vehicle reg- They were greeted with a wel- which is second to none,” said Freeman.
istration, and a completed copy come home celebration at the This project was originally commis-
of the application. United Services Organization sioned in response to the tornado of
No exceptions will be made (USO) before heading to Camp March 2008 where four barracks build-
for expired or invalid docu- Shelby Joint Forces Training ings, one general officer quarters building
mentation. Center to begin the demobiliza-
Decals will only be issued to tion process. See DESIGN, Page 3
full-time personnel assigned to “It’s a great day. I have all my
Camp Shelby and contractors Soldiers home before Christmas.
with a contract exceeding 90 They’re happy and we’re happy
days. for their Families,” said Lt. Col.
Decals are not authorized for Ilos Ducksworth, Battalion Staff Sgt. LaTasha Williams/Camp Shelby Public Affairs
soldiers in IDT or AT status. Commander of the 890th Eng. Bn. REUNITED.. Sgt. 1st Class Hugh Kelly, 231st NCOIC of the 231st Survey and
Please call 8-2232 with any Design Team of the 890th Engineer Battalion, holds his 2-year-old son, Aidan,
See 231st, Page 3 after reuniting with him following a year-long deployment to Afghanistan.
Tthe credit union open is for
business in new location on
Family and Friends honor Hill
Warehouse Ave., bldg 82. By DANA ELISE SMITH and Col. Steve Parham, CSJFTC commander, was
Hours of operation are 9 Staff Sgt. LaTASHA WILLIAMS grateful for Hill’s talents and his contributions to
a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Camp Shelby Public Affairs Camp Shelby.
Friday and the drive thru opens “It’s been a pleasure working with him. Those of
at 8 a.m. Call 601-544-5421/ or Family and friends honored Chief Warrant us in the command suite would not know what to do
601-558-2599 for more infor- Officer Five Bruce Hill of Tylertown, Miss. for without walking through his office,” said Parham.
mation. his service to the Mississippi Army National Hill enlisted in the Mississippi Army National
A grand opening/ribbon cut- Guard at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Guard, Headquarters and Headquarters
ting is planned from 2 to 4 p.m. Center on Dec. 5. Detachment, 112th Military Police Battalion, on
Tuesday, Jan. 10. Col. Timothy Damico, Mobilization Deputy Oct. 8, 1972.
Commander at CSJFTC, commended Hill for his On Jan. 12, 1979, at the age of 25, Hill received a Staff Sgt. Latasha Williams/CSJFTC Public Affairs
accomplishments during his 39 years of military direct appointment as Warrant Officer, Unit RIBBON CUTTING... Master Sgt. Tammy
All Ranks Club service. Personnel Technician. He then entered the Active Clinton, CSJFTC’s housing officer, Maj. Gen.
William L. Freeman Jr., Adjutant General of the
Currently undergoing reno- “I am very fortunate to know him and very fortu- Guard and Reserve Program in 1981, and trans- Mississippi Army National Guard and Col.
vations. Business hours are the nate to keep him at CSJFTC. He has a wealth of ferred to Headquarters and Headquarters Steve Parham, CSJFTC Post Commander cut
same, but parking is limited. knowledge and is a gift to the Guard and to Camp Detachment, State Area Command July 1, 1987. the ribbon at the official ceremony to commem-
Shelby.” orate the grand opening of the new Minuteman
See SOLDIER, Page 2 See HILL, Page 6 Building held Nov. 18.
Page 2 REVEILLE (CS) December 22, 2011
‘Tis the Reason for the Season
he celebration of Christmas is all
Guard. Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Oklahoma
about Our Lord and Savior Jesus This great military organization that we Army National Guard, the 1165th Military
Christ who died on the cross for our are proud to serve today began its humble Police Company, Alabama Army National
sins so that we may have everlasting life. existence in a direct declaration on Guard, the 415th Military Intelligence
Let Christ shine on you and your Families. December 13, 1636 in Salem, Battalion, Louisiana Army National Guard
Always let Christ be the center of your Massachusetts, only six years after the and the 228th Theater Tactical Support
holiday celebration and the joy of our Massachusetts Bay Colony was established Battalion, South Carolina Army National
thanksgiving because we are all truly by more than 5,000 English settlers. Guard.
blessed. The new law stated that all able-bodied It is always time to talk about safety.
Merry Christmas to you, your Families men between the ages of 16 and 60 were Ensure that your team members are com-
and to the heroes still serving abroad. required to join the militia. pleting their vehicle inspections prior to the
During this festive holiday season, cher- The new decree stated that Citizen- holiday weekend and make sure that you as
ish the ones you love and the valuable Soldiers who mustered for military training leaders give a safety briefing to all of your
friendships you have made in your commu- would be called upon to fight in defense of personnel.
nity and at Camp Shelby Joint Forces their land when needed. The roads are dangerous during the holi-
Training Center. Their bravery and courage has been day season. Take extra precautions on the
Take this time to say “Thank You” to the passed down through the generations of road by wearing your seatbelt, staying off of
ones you love and remember our comrades Citizen-Soldiers who are serving our state the cell phone and allowing yourself plenty Col. Steve Parham
in uniform who are spending this Christmas and nation today. of time to make it to your destinations with-
fighting in support of Overseas Contingency The pace at CSJFTC has relaxed for just out speeding. lizing and demobilizing American Heroes. It
Operations. a moment, so take this time to recharge Make sure you unplug your Christmas is an honor and a privilege to assist
Their sacrifices ensure our freedom for your batteries and be prepared to welcome lights at night and never leave a candle America’s finest patriots as they embark on
tomorrow. If you have a comrade that is the 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, burning in a room unattended. their journey for the continued fight for
serving downrange, take a moment to check New York Army National Guard and vari- Christmas time is a joyous time of the freedom. Thank you for all that you do and
on their Family, invite them to a holiday ous specialized units that will be mobilizing year and we must ensure that each member keep up the good work.
meal or just give them a phone call to let during the upcoming spring months. of this team stays safe and alert during the May God continue to bless you, your
them know that the Family is remembered Camp Shelby continues to welcome home holiday festivities. Accidents can be pre- Families, and this great country that we are
while their Soldier is serving and away members of the 1-204th Air Defense vented. so lucky to have the honor to serve. Merry
from home during the holidays. Artillery Battalion of the Mississippi Army Thanks to all of you for your dedicated Christmas!
Happy 375th birthday to the National National Guard, members of the 45th support as we continue the mission of mobi- “SOLDIERS FIRST!”
required. AAFES is an EOE Service to Armed Forces
SOLDIER employer. (SAF) Program ensures that
Continued from Page 1 emergency messages are
Internet hotspots verified and delivered to the
JAG’s new home Camp Shelby has an proper authorities regardless
The Judge Advocate Internet Café located on 26th of how far away the service
General’s office has moved Street bldg 2614 and the member may be.
to bldg 1485. All contact hours of operation are Effective June 13, 2011 a
numbers are the same. Point Monday- Friday 8 a. m. to single call to send urgent
of Contact Maj. Ronald 10 p.m. and Saturday and messages to a service mem-
McBay. Sunday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. ber can be made to 877-272-
which is free to the Soldiers. 7337 (U.S. toll free)
The American Grill has
ASVAB practice internet service available but NCO Association
Practice GT exams are there is a fee. A raffle for a Honda
available at the education Fourtrax Fourman 500 FE
center. Appointment Education Center with tilt bed trailer will be
required. The GT score is Defense Language held April 21, 2012. Tickets
one of the most important Proficiency Tests (DLPTs) are $10 each or 12 for $100.
line scores computed from a are available (computerized) For more information, con-
Soldier’s results on the at the CSJFTC-DPCA tact Master Sgt. Timothy Bo
ASVAB test. Education center. Plunk, 662-902-4650 or visit
For more information con- For more information con- www.msncoa.org
tact Mr. Junkins at tact the education center for
firstname.lastname@example.org more complete information Testing Changes
or 601-558-2029. on DLPTs and Oral The College Board will
Proficiency Interviews discontinue its College-
DOIM’s new home (OPI). @ 601-558-2029 Level Examination Program
The Directorate of bldg. 1813 on 18 Street. (CLEP) paper and pencil
Information Management testing program of the 14
has moved to bldg 602, ATM Hours test titles for CONUS Army
located on 6th St. All contact New ATM hours at billet- Education Centers, effective
numbers are the same. ing will be Monday - Friday Dec.31, 2011.
7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday- Soldiers serving at Camp
Sunday 7:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Shelby interested in taking
Troop store ATM can also be found at CLEP paper based exams
Now accepting online Post Exchange and Camp should contact the education
applications for retail posi- Shelby Federal Credit services office at Building
tions. Friendly disposition Union. 1813.
and flexible hours. Exams have to be admin-
Apply at www.aafes.com.
Background check is
Red Cross istered no later than Dec. 31,
The American Red Cross 2011.
Col. Steve Parham ....................CS Commander
Maj. Deidre Musgrave ........................PA Officer
Staff Sgt. Jackquline Moore ..............PA NCOIC
Staff Sgt. Latasha Williams....................PA NCO
Staff Sgt. Kenny Hatten ........................PA NCO
Dana Elise Smith ..........................Videographer
December 22, 2011 REVEILLE (CS) Page 3
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Continued from Page 1
Addressing the returning Soldiers,
and a battalion supply building were destroyed by the Ducksworth said they went overseas and
storm. Construction began in 2008 and was complet- accomplished their mission
ed in August by Hattiesburg’s Hanco Corporation. “Thank you for an outstanding job,” he
“The facility is unique in the way that it has a lot of said.
modern design features in both the structure and the This was the design’s team third deploy-
interior workings of the building,” said Steven Weiss, ment together in seven years.
Hanco Corp. project manager. “We’re proud to sup- “I appreciate every one of you,” said
port our Soldiers and Camp Shelby in what they do Sgt. 1st Class Hugh Kelly, as he addressed
for us every day.” his Soldiers. “This is one of the best sur-
“It brings a highlight to me as a housing officer to vey teams in the Army. It’s tough, but this
provide a top notch facility for our Soldiers here that’s is what we work for.”
deploying and redeploying from overseas,” said Kelly’s two-year-old son, Aidan, wife,
Master Sgt. Tammy Clinton, CSJFTC’s housing offi- Tara and 14-year-old daughter, Taylor,
cer. “I’m thankful to be the housing officer and pro- were all wearing smiles as he approached
vide better customer service to our Soldiers and their them.
quality of life.” “I’m just so excited and overwhelmed,”
Ending his speech, Freeman stated that this facility said Marsha Lawson as she hugged her
marks another milestone here at Camp Shelby. It pro- son, Spc. David Lawson.
vides better living quarters for our Soldiers training Brig. Gen. Johnny Sellers, 168th
here and also adds a substantial contribution to the Engineer Brigade Commander, said “The
area’s economy and keeps our promise to provide the unit did survey and design work for the
finest Army National Guard Training site. Staff Sgt. Latasha Williams/Camp Shelby Public Affairs base camps in Afghanistan. Their mission
“We consider Camp Shelby the premier training VIEW FROM ABOVE... The official ceremony to commemorate the grand opening of the new was important because these Soldiers go
site for National Guardsmen across the United Minuteman Building was held at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center on Nov. 18. Soldiers out and design the infrastructures for our
States,” said Freeman. had a chance to tour the new state of the art facility which was completed this past August. troops while they are in Afghanistan.”
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CENTER ‘WHITE HOUSE’
December 16, 2011
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Building 1001 and
DPW Holiday Breakfast
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Irvine works, drills at CSJFTC
By DANA ELISE SMITH workers go all out to help
Camp Shelby Public Affairs each other as much as possi-
ble,” said Irvine.
Spc. James Irvine serves in He joined the National
the Directorate of Plans, Guard in June 2008. After
Training, Mobilization and completing basic training at
Security. Fort Knox, Ky., he went on to
His job is to perform main- Aberdeen Proving Grounds
tenance for CSJFTC’s contin- located near Aberdeen, Md.
gency operation locations to for advanced individual train-
ensure the living conditions ing where he earned his
for the Soldiers are accept- Military Occupational
able while they train and pre- Specialty in Armament Photo by Dana Elise Smith
pare for their duties overseas. Repair. PROFILE.. Spc. James Irvine
Additionally, he is a mem- Irvine said he and his wife works in the Directorate of
ber of the 3656th Component both come from military Plans, Training, Mobilization and
Security and drills with 3656th
Repair Company located at Families. Component Repair Company
the South Gate Armory “Both Families have a long located at the South Gate
where he repairs turret sys- history of service in the mili- Armory.
tems in Paladin, Bradley and tary and carry it on,” he said.
Abrams tanks during his Before he was mobilized at resides in Hattiesburg, his
drills. CSJFTC almost a year ago, hometown since adolescence,
“Working and drilling at Irvine worked in the heat- with his wife, Crystal.
Camp Shelby has been a con- ing/air conditioning and elec- Together they have four chil-
stant learning experience for trical fields. He enjoys dren; Seth, 5, Serenity, 5,
me and the work environ- spending his free time with Brandon, 3, and James Jr., 16
ment is pretty great. My co- his Family and friends. He months.
Staff Sgt. Latasha Williams/CSJFTC Public Affairs
LEGION OF MERIT... Col. Steve Parham, Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center Post commander,
pins the Legion of Merit on Chief Warrant Officer Five Bruce Hill. Hill was honored for his military achieve-
ments during his retirement ceremony held at CSJFTC on Dec. 5.
Continued from Page 1
In Aug. of 2002, Hill was appointed
Command Chief Warrant Officer for the MS
Army National Guard and was promoted to
Chief Warrant Officer 5, November 2002.
While giving his speech, Hill said that he
chose to resign from Title 32 active duty
instead of retire and in Mar. 2006 he began
Title 10 orders at CSJFTC. In Nov. 2009, he
finally did retire, but six days later became
the first Retiree Recall in the state of
Mississippi. Now, Hill will retire again, but
will continue his job as a civilian employee.
“I will continue the same job, but I will be
coming in tomorrow in a different uniform,”
Staff Sgt. Latasha Williams/CSJFTC Public Affairs
said Hill. “I will see most of you tomorrow.” RETIRED... Hill poses with his wife Laurel after his
During the ceremony, Hill was presented retirement ceremony held at Camp Shelby Joint
the Legion of Merit award, the Mississippi Forces Training Center on Dec. 5. Hill was honored
Magnolia Cross award, a retiree flag with pin, for his 37 years of service in the Army.
and a Camp Shelby medallion. Maj. William
Lowery presented Hill with a gift card on
behalf of the CSJFTC Officer’s Association. children who have always supported me,”
Lowery said, “Take our thanks because you said Hill.
are an exemplary officer, a great American Hill had some words of knowledge for the
and a true Mississippian.” Soldiers at the ceremony.
Hill thanked his section and said that with- “Do your job while you are here. Try to
out them, he couldn’t have done his job, balance it so you can put your Family first,
which was maintaining the personnel man- because when you do go home, what you
agement of Camp Shelby’s 600 to 700 Title have is Family,” said Hill.
10 Active Duty Soldiers. Hill is blessed with his wife Laurel
“I want to thank my wife, Laurel, or Sgt. Simmons Hill, 5 children and 9 grandchil-
1st Class Hill, as some people still know her. dren. Their children are Phaedra Deer, Eric
We have supported each other in our marriage Hill, Aubrey Hill, Jordan Hill and Rachel
and our careers. I want to thank all five of my Hill.
Camp Shelby Reveille
OUT&ABOUT Thursday, December 22, 2011
around the South
can join in the fun by checking
‘Christmas with the Arts’ to air Dec. 22, 24
December is officially here, I Tylertown: Christmas in the The Jones County Junior College
and the True South is buzzing Park, now through Dec. 31, 6 Fine Arts Department invites the
with the holiday spirit. Events, p.m. public to watch its recent production
festivals, parties and a unique Christmas in the Park is a col-
orful Christmas display of mil-
of, “Christmas with the Arts” on
holiday atmosphere make WDAM-TV. The 30-minute musical
December one of the best lions of lights staged at Holmes
months of the year to visit Water Park. More than 32,000 Christmas program will air at 6:30
Mississippi. visitors enjoy the display each p.m. Thursday, Dec. 22, and again on
“Enjoying the holidays in year. The park is open seven at noon on Christmas Eve, Saturday,
Mississippi is a special time,” days a week from 6:00 to 8:30 Dec. 24.
said Mary Beth Wilkerson, direc- p.m., weather permitting. For JCJC’s concert choir director and
tor of the Miss. Development information about costs and
other details, visit http://- producer of the show, Dr. Mark
Authority’s Tourism Division. Taylor describes this show as a two-
“Whether you’re visiting family w w w. w a l t h a l c h a m b e r. -
here, passing through or looking com/Christmas.html hour evening of entertainment and
for a holiday getaway, the True I Collins: Christmas in the inspiration for your holiday enjoy-
South has outstanding events Park, through Dec. 31, 5-9 p.m. ment.
happening throughout the month Throughout the Christmas “This event featured the
of December.” season, travel along a winding
path through Collins City Park,
Symphonic Band, the Maroon
The following is a list of some Typhoon, JC Voices, JC Jazz, Jones
of the festive holiday happenings marvel at the beautiful light dis-
in Mississippi. Make plans now plays and enjoy holiday music at OnStage, the Jones Concert Choir,
to include one or more of these Christmas in the Park. The and the Jones Festival Orchestra as
stops in your December sched- attraction is open Thursday well as a number of faculty perform-
ule: through Saturday nights only. ers. The TV show is just a glimpse of
I Canton: Victorian Christ- Learn more about this event by
the recent Christmas with the Arts
mas Festival, Now through Dec. production, ‘100 years of
23, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. ber.com.
Christmas,’ performed by these stu-
The festivities in Canton all
dents and faculty, but I believe the
take place around the Historic
Courthouse Square, decorated
JORT auditions audience will enjoy the TV show and Photo courtesy of Ryan Phillips/JCJC
with over 200,000 glittering set for Jan. 16-17 make plans to attend the next live JC Voices: Members of the JC Voices warm up the audience with their smooth and
lights. In addition to the Canton Just Over the Rainbow performance.” jazzy, holiday songs.
Animation Museums and the glit- Theatre announces upcoming
tering decorations of the Square, auditions for the season’s third
Canton offers holiday visitors
show, The Ladies of Harmony,
many other attractions including
written by Ron Hill. In this come-
the Merchant’s Open House,
Carousel on the Square,
dy, the audience will spend time
PRCC Women’s Health Hendley to serve as grand
in the fellowship hall of Harmony
Miniature Train or Fire Truck on
Church with the ladies of the marshal for USM Rodeo
the Square, Old Jail Museum,
Log Cabin Behind the Old Jail, Kitchen Committee as they plan
a funeral dinner for a recently
Symposium as new format Russ Hendley, division vice-president of
and The Railroad Museum. For
more details, visit www.canton- deceased, and thoroughly A revamped format will Dr. Melissa Holland of Hattiesburg Coca-Cola, will serve as the grand
tourism.com detested, member of the congre- highlight the fifth annual Hattiesburg Clinic. The pres- marshal for the Southern Miss Coca-Cola
I Southaven: 13th Annual gation. The more coffee they Classic Rodeo set for Feb. 17-18 at the Forrest
drink, the more freely the talk
PRCC Women’s Health entation will include a ques-
Southern Lights, Now through Symposium on Saturday, Jan. tion-and-answer period. County Multi Purpose Center.
Dec. 31, 6-10 p.m. flows as we learn the secrets of
everyone in town, including the 28, in Crosby Hall. The health fair, including Hendley, a native of Warner Robins, Ga., has
Drive through the 116-acre
Central Park with 100,000 twin- ladies of Harmony. Auditions for Check-in will begin at 7:15 free screenings and informa- called Hattiesburg home for more than 30
kling lights. Cars can tune to five six female roles of assorted a.m. along with the Art Walk tion booths, will begin at 10 years. After graduation in 1987 from The
FM radio stations playing ages are set for 7 p.m. Jan. 16- and a continental breakfast. a.m. The Art Walk will also University of Southern Mississippi, he went to
Christmas music as they ride 17 at The Arts & Humanities Participants will gather in be open. work for Hattiesburg Coca-Cola.
through the park. Don’t miss the Complex, 120 S. George Street Hendley has held many positions in his
Olivia Bender Cafeteria by 8
Christmas Tree Farm synchro- in Petal. For more information,
a.m. for a welcome and a The luncheon will begin at career with Hattiesburg Coca-Cola including
nized to music by Trans-Siberian JORTon-line.org or 601-520-
Orchestra. Proceeds benefits 2666. presentation by Deanna 12 p.m. with entertainment fountain representative, business development
local charities. Closed Christmas Favre, chief executive officer by The Voices, PRCC’s elite manager, cold drink manager, home market
Day. For information about cost of the Favre4Hope vocal ensemble. Motivational manager, sales manager and as of March 2011,
and other details, go to ‘Old School Sing’ Foundation. speaker Kelly Swanson, an he assumed the duties of division vice-presi-
http://www.southaven.org. dent, Hattiesburg.
I Natchez: Christmas in
Dec. 30 in Petal Four physicians will take award-winning storyteller
part in a health panel at 8:45 and comedian from High His community activities through the years
Natchez, Now through Jan. 1, The first South Mississippi
2012, 5 p.m. “Old School” Sing, an afternoon a.m. They are Dr. Richard Point, N.C., will speak at include Founding the Roundball Express
In Natchez, the winter holi- of hymn singing in the Piney deShazo, also known as Dr. 12:45 p.m. Basketball Showteam for area youth;
days began the Friday after Woods, will be held from noon-3 Rick, and Dr. Allyn Bond, Presentation of door prizes Hattiesburg Muscular Dystrophy Assoc.;
Thanksgiving with the annual p.m. Dec. 30 at Ideal Primitive both of The University of and favors and the re-opening Hattiesburg Public Schools, Education
Lighting of the Tree and continue Baptist Church in Petal. A con- Mississippi Medical Center of the Art Walk will conclude Foundation; chair, American Heart Assoc.n
through citywide New Year's cel- gregational "a cappella" sing- Walk 2011; Junior Auxiliary 2002
ebrations, including tours of
and Mississippi Public the symposium.
along with fellowship and short
beautifully lit and decorated his- Broadcasting’s Southern Tickets are $20. For reser- Humanitarian of the Year
features on the history of old
toric homes, holiday concerts, school singing in the South will Remedy radio show; Dr. vation materials, call 601- Rodeo tickets are on sale at TJ’s Western
candlelight carriage rides and be presented. The church is Virginia Crawford, health 403-1317 or email women- Ware on U.S. Highway 49 in Hattiesburg.
more. Learn more about how located at 419 N. Main Street, care director at the University shealthsymposium- Tickets are $10 and all seats are reserved.
Natchez celebrates and how you Petal. of Southern Mississippi; and @prcc.edu after Jan. 2.
everyone in town, including the • Enjoy a Christmas type Wednesday each week from Axtour Arenacross. Come out
ladies of Harmony. Auditions for movie with your Family at the 4:30 pm until 8:00 pm. and watch the action of several
Pinewoods Audubon Society six female roles of assorted Library, 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. Registration is on Monday from different classes of bikes from
cordially will hold their next ages are set for 7 p.m. Jan. 16- 22. 4:30 to 5 p.m. kids to pros, as well as quads.
meeting on Jan. 5, 2012, at the 17 at The Arts & Humanities •Scrabble at the Library, 5:45 Petal – A Certified Early Advanced tickets can be pur-
Kamper Park Education Bldg. at Complex, 120 S. George Street p.m. Thursday, Dec. 29, bring Childhood Community. Call chased at Hattiesburg Cycles.
the Hattiesburg Zoo. The meet- in Petal. This showcase will be food and come ready for 601-584-4704 or stop by the For more information contact
ing will begin at 7 p.m. and USM directed by Chris Wooten. For Scrabble! Center for Families and 601-583-7500.
doctoral student, Susan more information, Children, 201 West Central
DeVries, will present the pro- JORTonline.org or 601-520- Classes, programs: Avenue, Petal. Hours: 8-4:30 M County Government:
gram, ‘Get off my lawn and let 2666. I CENTER FOR FAMILIES W; 8-6:00 T, Th; 8-3:30 F. The Lamar County Board of
me feed my kids - A look at AND CHILDREN ACTIVITIES Supervisors meets the first
Northern Cardinal behavior.”
Email your event to: At the library... IN PETAL Forrest Multipurpose Monday and third Thursday of
Attendance is free and open HATTIESBURG, PETAL, Parents as Teachers – I Dec. 29-Jan. 2, 2012 – each month beginning at 9 a.m.
to everyone. Refreshments will beth@hubcity FORREST COUNTY Learn about your child’s growth New Year’s Fun Run Barrel in the board room in the
be served. For more informa- and development - birth to three Race. This will be the first
tion, call 601-264-9654.
Chancery Courthouse in Purvis.
I Petal Library Storytime Barrel Race of the new year for
(714 S. Main Street). Join us for Toy lending and parent Down South Pro Productions City Government:
Old School Sing stories, songs, fingerplays, resource library for all ages and one of the largest. Come I The Lumberton Board of
The first South Mississippi JORT Auditions activities, and fun! For children Information about childcare
centers and pre-schools in
out and see some the the Aldermen meets at 6 p.m. the
“Old School” Sing, an afternoon Just Over the Rainbow ages 2-5 years old. Thursdays fastest barrel racers around first and third Tuesday of each
of hymn singing in the Piney Theatre announces upcoming Petal compete for the top prize. For month at City Hall.
at 10 a.m.
Woods, will be held from noon- auditions for the season’s third Itty Bitty Bookworm Store – more information visit I The Purvis Board of
Call Melanie Tucker at 601-
3 p.m. Dec. 30 at Ideal Primitive Shop for free books for pre- Downsouthpro.com Aldermen meets at 6 p.m. the
show, The Ladies of Harmony, 582-4461 for more information.
Baptist Church in Petal. A con- written by Ron Hill. In this new OAK GROVE LIBRARY I Jan. 5-7, 2012 – LCHA first Tuesday of each month at
Playshop for pre-schoolers - City Hall
gregational "a cappella" sing- award-winning comedy, the DECEMBER EVENTS Winter Circuit Cutting Horse
First Thursday of each month I The Sumrall Board of
along with fellowship and short audience will spend time in the The Library will be closed Show. Watch as talented hors-
Other Opportunities: Aldermen meets at 6:30 p.m.
features on the history of old fellowship hall of Harmony Dec. 23, 24, and 26 (Friday, es and riders of all ages com-
Children's Health Insurance the first Tuesday of each month
school singing in the South will Church with the ladies of the Saturday, and Monday); as well pete for cash and prizes. For
Program (CHIP) and Medicaid at City Hall. A planning meeting
be presented. All who love the Kitchen Committee as they plan as, December 30, 31, and enrollment assistance is avail- more information contact Gwen
old paths are welcome to a funeral dinner for a recently January 2 (Friday, Saturday, Coie @ 318-644-5788 or call is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. the
able the 2nd Tuesday of each third Tuesday of each month.
attend. For more information, deceased, and thoroughly and Monday). month from 9 am to 12 noon FCMPC office at 601-583-7500.
contact Anthony A. Mozingo, detested, member of the con- • Family Story Times, each month. I Jan. 21 – AXTOUR Arena
(email@example.com). gregation. The more coffee they Wednesdays and Thursdays in Free GED classes are Cross Racing. Back again at Groups, Organizations
The church is located at 419 drink, the more freely the talk December. No Family Story the Forrest County I The Pine Belt Military E-9
offered on Monday and
North Main Street, Petal. flows as we learn the secrets of Time on Dec. 28-29 Multipurpose Center is the Association meets monthly for
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All I want for Christmas...
“Then the angel said to them, “Do not The usual answer (and the one I still
be afraid, for behold, I bring you good get) was, “nothing.” “Nothing?” How
tidings of great joy which will be to all could you want “nothing?”
people. For there is born to you this day Like the kid in the Christmas movie; I
in the city of David a Savior, who is could think of at least one thing I wanted.
Christ the Lord.” (KJV) I didn’t understand. But that soon
– Luke 2:10-11 changed.
Now I completely understand. What
By CHAPLAIN (Maj.) STEVE YARBER makes me happy now is time with my
177th Brigade Chaplain Family. I began to appreciate the holiday
differently as I grew up.
cently, at a Strong Bonds Training
event, we asked participants how
they knew people cared about
The most radical change to my excite-
ment over Christmas coincided with the
arrival of my first child.
She is 19 now. It seems like just yester-
The almost unanimous answer was: day she fit in my hands.
time. The older we get, the more we tend Both my children have grown up
to value time – maybe because we realize overnight right before my eyes. It feels
how quickly it passes. like I just got through taking the training
As a youngster, I remember Christmas wheels off their bicycles when they start-
as mainly a chance to get presents. I ed asking for gas money.
would have a hard time falling asleep on Time flies. But that is the way it is sup-
Christmas Eve. Every noise outside was posed to be.
Santa Claus. Children are supposed to grow up and
A high flying airplane on a clear cold parents are supposed to grow older. At
Christmas night looked remarkably like least that’s the natural order of things.
Rudolph. Each year time seems to go faster.
The anticipation was almost as much Each year I think I appreciate less of
fun as Christmas morning itself. the material aspects Christmas has
My favorite question and one I was devolved into while appreciating the
always ready to answer was, “What do “spirit” of Christmas more.
you want for Christmas?” To me, that means grasping the value of
I could drop my list on anyone and time.
everyone I thought would care to listen. Being with Family and friends means
However, what I didn’t understand was more to me now than ever before.
why my parents didn’t have their lists It has caused me to understand how my
ready too. parents could answer “nothing” when I
When I would ask my parents what asked them what they wanted for
they wanted for Christmas, it was hard to Christmas.
get an answer. They didn’t seem to have a What they really wanted was to be with
big list. those they love.
CAMP SHELBY AREA WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
The following worship opportunities (Confessions at 1:30 p.m.) *Transportation provided for Jewish, Latter-day Saints Mamie Street, 601-545-3871. Every
are available through Camp Shelby Episcopal, Lutheran, Muslim services Sunday, 9 a.m., Latter-day Saints Friday at 6 p.m.
Joint Forces Training Center. Sunday, 2 p.m., Greer Chapel ONLY (due to time scheduling) Units Meeting House, 1618 Broadway Dr.,
(Confessions at 1:30 p.m.) are responsible for arranging trans- 601-268-2438/ Hall: 601-268-9706. Muslim
ON POST portation by calling 601-558-2622. Contact the Post Chaplain. Contact Post Chaplain
General Protestant For Jewish, Latter-day Saints and Episcopal
Sunday, 9 a.m., Greer Chapel Muslim services, please contact the Lutheran Sunday, 8 a.m., Trinity Episcopal, 509 Others
Sunday, 12:30 p.m., Greer Chapel Post Chaplain for assistance at 558- Sunday, 8 a.m., St. John Lutheran West Pine St., 601-544-5551 Church of God at Bellevue, Hwy. 589,
2378. Church, 2001 Hardy Street, 601-583- Hattiesburg
Catholic Mass 4898. Jewish Jesus Christ of LDS, 2215 Broadway
Saturday, 2 p.m., Greer Chapel OFF POST Friday at Temple B’Nai Israel at 801 Drive, Hattiesburg
Please see the ‘Hey Soldier’ column on Page One of this issue for information on holiday worship schedules.
December 22, 2011 REVEILLE (CS) Page 9
COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR’S CORNER
By CMD. SGT. MAJ. STEVEN CHANCELLOR
CSJFTC Command Sergeant Major
hristmas has both a strong religious
C and traditional meaning. The
Christmas holiday brings out the gen-
erosity and charitable side of people, a sense
of kindness and concern for our fellow man.
Christmas is a time of Family and giving.
It is also a season of great joy, a time to
honor God and celebrate His great love for us.
Most of all Christmas is when we celebrate
the birth of Jesus Christ. Let’s not forget the
reason for the season.
Team, this upcoming weekend will be a
busy one with some people madly shopping
for last minute gifts, the hustle and bustle of
the Christmas season.
Take precautions when venturing out to do
Christmas shopping. Remain aware of your
surroundings at all times and move to and
from your vehicle with confidence and pur-
Ensure that you are taking safety measures
to prevent wallet and purse theft. Keep all
valuable items close to you. Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Chancellor
Trust your intuition. If you are getting a
bad vibe from someone, trust your instinct.
Be aware of anyone who might be following others.
you or seems suspicious. Only allow children to use fireworks with
Take extra precautions and always let a parental supervision.
friend or loved one know where you will be Team, I want all of you to have a happy and
and what time you are expected to return. safe holiday season. Remember our comrades
Along with the New Year’s celebrations, who are still in harm’s way defending this
Christmas is the most dangerous holiday due great country and not able to be with their
to alcohol related accidents. loved ones.
While driving on the roads, I want to stress Thank you to everyone who came by and
the importance of safe driving. supported the open house at the Mississippi
I encourage you to stay vigilant on the Armed Forces Museum and Camp Shelby’s
roadways during heavy traffic and winter White House.
weather conditions. Do not drink and drive. You all did a great job in making Camp
Bringing in the New Year is a huge night Shelby festive for the holidays.
for everyone. To everyone at Camp Shelby, thank you for
People sometimes feed off each others’ an exciting first year as your CSM.
excitement. I look forward to bringing in the New Year
If you plan to pop fireworks to celebrate and getting stronger with all of you.
the occasion, ensure that you take necessary May God continue to bless you, your
precautions to prevent injury to yourself and Families and this great country.
Page 10 REVEILLE (CS) December 22, 2011
Camp Shelby has gone to the dogs
‘Tactical Explosive Detection Dogs’ now being trained at Camp Shelby
By SGT. BELYNDA FAULKNER charge of the 177th Armored
177th Armored Brigade, Brigade S-4, had different chal-
First Army Division East lenges to face when considering
housing and feeding the dogs.
New trainees are currently “There is a national service num-
preparing for deployment at Camp ber for ordering dog food from
Shelby, and they don’t know or Army supply channels,” said
understand Army Values. Moss. “Not all of the dogs’ nutri-
They’re also unable to function tional needs would be met with the
with only two hours of sleep or one brand of food. We were pre-
work effectively when tired or pared to meet the needs of these
stressed. special animals.”
These new trainees, however, are In addition to housing and food
vital in countering improvised considerations, medical care also
explosive threats during overseas had to be covered before the dogs
contingency operations. could be trained safely.
Military working dogs, which To accomplish this, Navy Capt.
recently arrived at Camp Shelby Michael Bellin of the veterinary
with their handlers, are here to branch at Naval Air Station
train as Tactical Explosive Pensacola, Fla., came to Camp
Detection Dogs for deployment to Shelby in early August to set a con-
Afghanistan. tract in place for any medical care
The training is unique in that it is the dogs would need during train-
the first time TEDDs have actually ing.
been a part of a unit’s collective The contract, which is with a
training prior to deployment. local veterinary hospital in
“Thus far the dogs have been an Hattiesburg, is open-ended and
U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Belynda Faulkner
underutilized asset to the Army LOOKING FOR EXPLOSIVES... Spc. Kyle Smith, a Tactical Explosive Detection Dog handler, keeps a close eye on Ares, will cover any military working
because unit commanders did not a German sheppard, as he searches for explosives along a road. TEDDs teams are currently training for an upcoming dogs training at Camp Shelby in
know what they were capable of,” deployment at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center. The training is unique in that it is the first time TEDDs have actu- the future.
said Barney Morris, a member of ally been a part of a unit’s collective training prior to deployment. The hospital is located 15 min-
the counter-improvised explosive utes from CSJFTC and is equipped
device integration cell. In today’s military, they serve dations to ensure they’re always Shelby it would be within Army with 24-hour emergency care – a
With the unit training side by alongside their human counter- ready. Regulation 190-12, which covers critical asset for round-the-clock
side with the dogs, leaders will bet- parts, have a variety of duties, and “There are several requirements military working dogs, to house training.
ter understand what the dogs can hold military rank. to train and house dogs on camp,” them with their handlers in two- Ultimately, each handler is
do, he said. Military working dogs now have said J.D. Kennedy, the deputy S-3 man barracks. responsible for the care of their
He also believes there will be an an official military service record, for the 177th Armored Brigade. This accommodation would dogs.
increase in the dog’s theater uti- which follows them through their “Kennels for the dogs to be housed allow the handlers to maintain con- They work and live with their
lization. careers, according to the at a permanent location would not stant control of the dogs and readi- dog and should quickly recognize
Military working dogs have long Department of Defense military be ready until December so other ly transport them to all of the col- any sign of illness or injury. They
been a valuable asset to the mili- working dogs website. arrangements had to be made.” lective training sites, according to should also be aware of any change
tary since their first use in 1942 as Like Soldiers, military working It was decided that with the short Kennedy.
the Army’s K-9 corps. dogs require specialized accommo- time the dogs would be at Camp Maj. Jill Moss, the officer in See DOGS, Page 11
December 22, 2011 REVEILLE (CS) Page 11
U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Belynda Faulkner
YO ROCKY!!! Rocky, a certified Tactical Explosive Detection Dog, moves out with a security patrol dur-
ing training at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Center. TEDDs teams are currently training for an upcoming
deployment at CSJFTC. The training is unique in that it is the first time TEDDs have actually been a part
of a unit’s collective training prior to deployment.
trained and to ensure commanders under-
DOGS stand their capabilities before deploying.”
Continued from Page 10 With the success of this training event,
to the dog’s attitude. improvements are currently in the works to
“You watch your battle buddies in combat house and train the dogs more efficiently.
for stress and changes in attitude,” explains First Army is looking at buying dog ken-
Staff Sgt. Philip Haner, the handler for nels to provide a better environment for the
Rocky, a certified tactical explosive detec- dogs while they train at Camp Shelby.
tion dog. “It’s the same with the dogs; you They are also assessing the addition of
get to know them and you know if they are canine confidence course training lanes to
not acting right. They can’t tell you when enhance both canine and handler physical
things are bothering them like your human fitness.
buddies can.” Along with the confidence course, build-
Col. Dale Kuehl, 177th Armored Brigade ing thick mud walls, like those you would
commander, knows the importance of the see in Afghanistan, would enhance the train-
TEDDs training at Camp Shelby. ing for the dogs to find hidden explosives,
“Trained dogs have proven to be effective explained Morris.
in detecting IEDs in Afghanistan, saving the “I think that these additions to the training
lives of Soldiers and civilians,” said Kuehl. and life support resources already in place at
“Integrating dogs and their handlers during Camp Shelby will make Camp Shelby the
collective training at Camp Shelby is essen- premier TEDDs collective training site in
tial to ensure that handlers and dogs are fully the Army,” said Morris.
Page 12 REVEILLE (CS) December 22, 2011
Nat’l Guardsman works at Exchange
By DANA ELISE SMITH “I really enjoy working here Specialty as a Combat Medic.
Camp Shelby Public Affairs because of the friendly atmos- He plans to one day work in
phere. I get to meet so many the medical field as a X-ray
Zackary A. Thompson- Soldiers and other people,” technician.
Edwards is a native of said Thompson-Edwards. In his spare time he enjoys
Zanesville, Ohio. Although he He is no stranger to reading, playing video games
is a member of the National CSJFTC because he is a grad- and watching movies. His
Guard, he is currently work- uate of the Youth Challenge favorite TV shows include
ing as a civilian sales associate Academy. “Firefly,” “Merlin,” “Stargate
at the Exchange Store at He continued his college Sg-1,” “Stargate Atlantis” and
Camp Shelby Joint Forces education at Pearl River “Supernatural.” His favorite
Training Center. Community College and books include “The Wheel of
His job includes operating William Carey University, Time” series, “The Dark Zackary Thompson-Edwards is
cash registers, stocking mer- located in Hattiesburg. In Tower” series and the “Anita a National Guardsmen working
chandise and providing cus- addition, Thompson- Edwards Blake, Vampire Hunter” as a Sales Associate at the
tomer service. holds a Military Occupational series. Exchange store at CSJFTC.
May the best
By STAFF SGT. CASSANDRA LYNCH
158th Infantry Brigade, First
Army Division East Public Affairs
Sgt. 1st Class Tambouzi A. Green
was named the best warrior for the
158th Infantry Brigade Oct. 21 in a
ceremony at the brigade’s headquar-
Green, who is assigned to 2nd
Battalion, 351st Infantry Regiment,
was presented with an Army
Commendation Medal, a brigade coin,
and a 158th brigade warrior trophy.
“It means a lot to be the NCO of the
Year, knowing that my leadership
believes in me enough to put me in the Photo by Staff Sgt. Lymari Sanchez/158th Infantry Brigade Public Affairs
position to exceed the standard and to BEST WARRIOR... Leadership of the 2nd Battalion, 351st Infantry Regiment stand with Sgt.
give me the tools I need to do the best 1st Class Tambouzi A. Green, the winner of the 158th Infantry Brigade’s Best Warrior
that I can,” he said. Competition.
Earlier this year, Sgt. 1st Class Scott
Bessette, who is a member of the pres- He takes meals to veterans on the Green is well-liked and admired not
tigious Sgt. Audie Murphy Club, weekends and volunteers at the local only by his peers, but his superiors as
encouraged Green to study for the senior citizens center. well.
board required for induction. He is also a member of the parent- “We are extremely proud of Sgt. 1st
As he prepared for the board, the teacher organization at his children’s Class Green,” says Sgt. Maj. John
opportunity to compete in the Best schools and helps to lead junior and McGlinchey of the 2nd Battalion,
Warrior Competition presented itself. senior high school youth groups. 351st Infantry Regiment. “He
“If there is anything that Sgt. 1st Green, who has served in the Army deserves all the credit he gets for this
Class Green needed, I’d go out of my as an infantryman for more than 10 achievement. I’m proud to say he is
way to help him with it or do it for years, is currently the noncommis- a member of the Eagle Battalion and
him,” said Bessette, who was Green’s sioned officer in charge of the observ- the Warrior Brigade. I wish him good
sponsor throughout the competition. er controller/trainers at Camp luck in winning the Army NCO of the
Despite his intense schedule, Green Shelby’s Urban Operations training year. I know he’ll make it that far.”
still finds time for his wife, two chil- lane. Green will go on to compete in First
dren, and community involvement. “He is an extremely professional Army Division East’s Best Warrior
He is a member of his battalion’s NCO who cares about his job and his Competition scheduled for March
basketball and softball teams. Soldiers,” Bessette said. 2012.
By MARK CARTER
Chief of Military Justice
The Secretary of the Army
issued a directive Sept. 21 requir-
ing Soldiers in specific pay
grades to self-report convictions
for violation of any U.S. criminal
The policy, which is effective
immediately, requires commis-
sioned officers, warrant officers
and E-7’s through E-9’s to report
convictions announced on or
after March 1, 2008 for any con-
viction on or after March 1, 2008,
for any violations of U.S. Law.
Convictions announced prior
to Sept. 21, 2011 were required to
be reported on or before Oct. 5,
2011. Active Duty Soldiers con-
victed of crimes after Oct. 5,
2011, have 15 days to report the
matter to the Commander.
Drilling National Guard and
Reserve Soldiers must report
convictions at the first drill period
after the conviction, or within 30
days, whichever is earlier.
Soldiers are required to report the
conviction even if they intend to
appeal the conviction.
To report a conviction, a
Soldier must submit a DA Form
4187 or a memorandum to their
chain of command.
Commanders should refer
questions regarding this directive
to the Command Judge
Advocate. Soldiers that have
questions regarding whether a
particular conviction is now
reportable should make an
appointment to see a legal assis-
tance attorney at Bldg 1441.
December 22, 2011 REVEILLE (CS) Page 13
Joint Force Headquarters shoots training video here
By DANA ELISE SMITH specific training for all employees visors at the site.”
Camp Shelby Public Affairs that work in facilities that store haz- She said that by providing the
ardous materials and generate large video online, as well as on DVD, it
Lindsey Lemmons, the coordina- amounts of hazardous waste. will allow supervisors at RSMS and
tor of the Environmental Employees must be trained to TASMG to offer environmental
Management System at Joint Force handle these types of products safe- training without the direct assistance
Headquarters’ Environmental ly. from JFH personnel. In addition, the
Office, came to Camp Shelby Joint Providing the training has been a video meets about 80 percent of the
Forces Training Center to direct challenge in the last few years and yearly environmental training needs
photography and video shooting for the video will help in overcoming of RSMS and TASMG.
a JFH training video on Dec. 7. those challenges. The production of this video is no
She began incorporating short “RSMS and TASMG employ a easy task and Lemmons has a team
videos in her training tools in 2008. large number of contractors, making of people to bring such a project to
She is now working on a larger it difficult to deliver their training life.
video project that focuses on the online, due to the contractors’ lack The team consists of John Jackson
special training requirements of the of access to computers,” she said. and Dudley Dunham from RSMS,
Readiness Sustainment Maintenance “Up to this point, I have always con- Capt. Sean Barna from TASMG and
Site and Theater Aviation ducted their environmental training the public affairs staff at JFH and
Sustainment Maintenance Group. on-site in a classroom environment. CSJFTC. LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION... Lindsey Lemmons, the coordinator of the
The requirements include Hazard However, the facilities desire train- The video is scheduled to be com- Environmental Management System at Joint Force Headquarters’
ing that is easily delivered by super- pleted by Dec. 31. Environmental Office, directs the camera crew during the production of a train-
Communication Training and job- ing video at RSMS on Dec. 7.
Page 14 REVEILLE (CS) December 22, 2011
U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Lymari Sanchez
NATIVE DANCERS... A group of dancers from the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians performed a
number of traditional dances for, and with, Soldiers of the 158th Infantry Brigade during a presentation
celebrating Native American Indian Heritage Month.
Honor Respect: Strengthening
our cultures and communities
By STAFF SGT. CASANDRA LYNCH
158th Infantry Brigade Public Affairs
The 158th Infantry Brigade
Equal Opportunity Team hosted a
Native American Indian Heritage
Month Observance Ceremony on
Nov. 30, 2011 at the Camp Shelby
Joint Forces Training Center Post
Dr. Tammy Greer from
University of Southern Mississippi
was the guest speaker, with a spe-
cial performance by the Mississippi
Band of Choctaw Indians. Soldiers
from the Brigade were selected and
able to participate in the traditional
U.S. Army photos by Staff Sgt. Lymari Sanchez
CULTURAL DIVERSITY... Dr. Tammy Greer, an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of
Southern Mississippi, and a native of the United Houma Nation, (above left) gave a speech about the
history of the Choctaw Nation. Above right, Soldiers from the 158th Infantry Brigade are selected to par-
ticipate in “stealing partners,” a traditional dance of the Choctaw Indians that they performed at the cer-
COMICS Thursday, December 22, 2011
Out on a Limb by Gary Kopervas R.F.D. by Mike Marland
Fort Knox by Paul Jon Beetle Bailey by Mort, Greg and Brian Walker
Mama’s Boyz by Jerry Craft
They’ll Do It Every Time by Al Scaduto
Amber Waves by Dave T. Phipps
PUZZLES Thursday, December 22, 2011
This Week’s ANSWERS
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2011 Honda Accord EX, V6, auto, air, 6414. EOE. Book & Consultation. 866-632-5302. Clerk in DT Book 1220 at Page 424; and
power, Leather, sunroof, $24,995. 866- 1996 GMC Suburban, all power, 3rd row WHEREAS, on the 11th day of
999-9241. THERE IS A NEED FOR LABORERS in LEGAL NOTICES - 123 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF
seat, $3,650. Sell or Trade! 601-520- the Maritime Industry. Entry Level posi- LAMAR COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI November, 2011, the Holder of said
0418, 601-544-8354. tions start at $720 - $820 per week. Sign Deed of Trust substituted and appointed
2010 Honda Accord Cross Tour, auto, SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE’S Michael Jedynak as Trustee in said
air, power, $24,995. 866-999-9241. up for training today. Call Today 850- IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
1998 Crew Cab Chevrolet 3500, Single 424-2622. NOTICE OF SALE OF JONATHAN ADAM HAMRAC, Deed of Trust, by instrument recorded in
Wheel, 4wd, $3,900. Sell or Trade! 601- DECEASED the office of the aforesaid Chancery
2007 Toyota Yaris, 4dr, auto, air, power, 520-0418, 601-544-8354. $1,000-$1,500 SIGN ON BONUS. WHEREAS, on January 22, 2008, Cause No. 2011-0104-PR-W Clerk in DT Book 1302 at Page 137; and
$7,995. 866-999-9241. James A. Nicholas and wife Laken B. WHEREAS, default having been made
Hiring Over The Road Drivers. Van and SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
2004 Chevrolet Ext. Cab Z71, Stepside Flatbed Openings. Call Roehl 1-888- Nicholas, executed a deed of trust to J. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI in the payments of the indebtedness
2002 Volkswagon Passat, auto, air, bed, 83,000 miles, $11,395. Sell or
power, $8,995. 866-999-9241. 867-6345. AA/EOE. Patrick Caldwell, trustee for the benefit TO ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN secured by the said Deed of Trust, and the
Trade! 601-520-0418, 601-544-8354. of BancorpSouth Bank, which deed of HEIRS OF JONATHAN ADAM HAM- holder of said Deed of Trust, having
FOR RENT - 114 DRIVERS - BUILD YOUR OWN HOME- trust is recorded in Deed of Trust Book RAC, DECEASED requested the undersigned so to do, on the
2006 Toyota Tundra Crew Cab, 4wd, Lift TIME! Daily Pay! New Trucks! Local 1095 at Page 300 in the office of the You have been made a Respondent 29th day of December, 2011, I will during
Petal Village, Nice, 2br, 11/2ba, kit, Leather interior, Moon roof, $16,895. Orientation! 31 Service Centers. Van Chancery Clerk of the County of Lamar, in the Petition styled “PETITION FOR the lawful hours of between 11:00 a.m. and
Townhome style, $650 month for 1 Sell or Trade! 601-520-0418, 601-544- and Refrigerated. CDL-A, 3 months State of Mississippi; and DETERMINATION AND ADJUDICATE 4:00 p.m., at public outcry, offer for sale
year lease. $675 month for six month 8354. recent experience required. 800-414- WHEREAS, the aforesaid, THE HEIRS-AT-LAW OF JONATHAN and will sell, at the east front door/steps of
lease. 601-544-2885. www.craftbrosin- 9569. www.driveknight.com BancorpSouth Bank, the holder of said ADAM HAMRAC, DECEASED” filed by the Lamar County Courthouse, William J.
2008 Toyota Tundra Dcab, auto, air, deed of trust and the note secured there- Linda Bradford, Administratrix of the Gamble III, Chancery Court Building at
vestments.com. power. $16,995. 866-999-9241. DRIVERS-Class A-CDL Holders by, substituted John C. Underwood, Jr., Estate of Jonathan Adam Hamrac, Purvis, Mississippi, for cash to the highest
Cameron East Petal 2br/1ba with Needed in the Columbia, Meridian, as Trustee therein, as authorized by the deceased seeking to identify all the per- bidder, the following described land and
2007 Chevrolet Equinox, auto, air, terms thereof, by instrument dated July property situated in Lamar County,
washer/dryer hook-ups. Well man- Roxie, Taylorsville, Vicksburg and sons who are heirs at law and nearest of
power, $14,995. 866-999-9241. 29, 2011 and recorded in the office of the kin of Jonathan Adam Hamrac, Mississippi, to-wit: Lot 6, Canebrake Golf
aged, quiet complex. $450 plus $400 Yazoo City areas. Home daily, paid
deposit. 601-544-2885. www.craft- aforesaid Chancery Clerk in Book 1287 at deceased. Any other person claiming to Community, Brake GN in the County of
2006 Toyota Rav 4, auto, air, power, by load. Paid orientation, benefits Lamar, State of Mississippi, as per the
brosinvestments.com. and bonuses. Forest Products Page 93; and be an heir of said decedent is hereby
$13,995. 866-999-9241. WHEREAS, default having been map or plat thereof on file and of record in
Transportation. 800-925-5556. required to be and appear before this
Woodridge Apts-Petal 1000 SQ. FT, 2 made in the terms and conditions of said Court on January 17, 2012, at 9:00 a.m. the office of the Chancery Clerk of Lamar
2008 Ford Escape, auto, air, power, deed of trust and the entire debt secured County, Mississippi, in Plat Book 3 Page
Bedroom, 2 Full Baths with Premium $12,995. 866-999-9241. DRIVERS WITH CDL, 2 years OTR, 1 in the Chancery Courtroom of the
Amenities. Washer/dryer furnished. 1 thereby, having been declared to be due Marion County Chancery Courthouse in 252 Slide 316; together with all improve-
year flatbed, good MVR. 26% revenue, ments thereon and appurtenances there-
year lease. $700 plus $500 deposit. yearly raises, vacation pay, BCBS and payable in accordance with the Columbia, Mississippi, to show cause, if
2001 Toyota Highlander AWD, auto, air, terms of said deed of trust, and the legal unto belonging.
601-544-2885. www.craftbrosinvest- power, power sunroof, $9,995. 866-999- offered. Meteor Express, 877-744-0004 any they can, why said individual should
holder of said indebtedness, be included as an heir of this estate; I will only convey such title as is
ments.com. 9241. ext. 2247. vested in me as Substitute Trustee.
BancorpSouth Bank, having requested otherwise, such claim or claims shall not
the undersigned Substituted Trustee to be considered by the Court in its adjudi- WITNESS MY SIGNATURE, this
Heartwood Place Apartments, Richburg 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT, 4x4, auto, FEDEX GROUND CONTRACTOR
execute the trust and sell said land and cation of heirship in this estate. 30th day of November, 2011.
area, 1200sq.ft, 2br, 2 full bath. Very air, power, $24,995. 866-999-9241. Seeking Team Drivers or Individual
Nice! $750/month plus $500/deposit. property in accordance with the terms of You are not required to file an
Team Drivers: * Great Pay Package * Michael Jedynak
601-544-2885. 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe, auto, air, power, said deed of trust for the purpose of rais- answer or other pleading but you may
Excellent Hometime * No Touch Freight ing the sums due thereunder, together Substitute Trustee
$22,995. 866-999-9241. * All Drop & Hook Call 901-515-8579 or do so if you desire.
with attorney’s fees, Substituted ISSUED under my hand and the seal 2309 Oliver Road
New Duplex Apartments: Burger Road, email Awilks38929@gmail.com Monroe, LA 71201
Petal. 2br, 2ba, Appliances furnished 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe, 4x4, auto, air, Trustee’s fees and expense of sale; of said Court, this the 2nd day of
NOW, THEREFORE, I, John C. December, 2011. (318) 330-9020
including washer/dryer. $800/monthly, power, $18,995. 866-999-9241. ATTENTION DIABETICS with DMM/F11-1572
$500/deposit. Utilities paid by tenant, Underwood, Jr., Substituted Trustee in
Medicare. Get a FREE Talking Meter said deed of trust, will on the 29th day of Publish Dates: 12/08/11,
Water furnished, Grass cut by owner. 2007 Nissan Quest, auto, air, power, and diabetic supplies at NO COST, plus WAYNE SMITH, Chancery Clerk
December, 2011, offer for sale at public Lamar County, Mississippi 12/15/11, 12/22/11
No Pets. 601-583-6963. $15,995. 866-999-9241. FREE home delivery! Best of all, this outcry for cash to the highest bidder, and By: /s/ Debra Thornhill
meter eliminates painful finger pricking! sell within legal hours (being between the
Call 888-761-2348. (SEAL)
hours of 11:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M.) at the
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Staff Sgt. LaTasha Williams/Camp Shelby Public Affairs
RAISE THE ROOF... Chandler Scholar and his son, Jeff, work on construction of the newly covered
sidewalks located in front of the Soldier Readiness Processing facility. The father and son duo, both of
Purvis, are employed with Jay-Vann Company.
Hall is the new Safety
By DANA ELISE SMITH Company located in
CSJFTC Public Affairs Gadsden, Ala. in 2004,
before graduating from
1st Lt. Rodney Hall is a Murrah High School in
native of Chicago, Ill. He is Jackson in the spring of
a new staff member of the 2005.
Safety Office at Camp Hall said his father, who is
Shelby Joint Forces Training still serving in the
Center. Mississippi Army National
As the administrative safe- Guard today, inspired him to
ty officer, his job is to assist join the National Guard.
in developing and continuing He graduated from Marion 1st Lt. Rodney Hall is the New
Military Institute located in Safety Administration Officer for
safety programs and initia- the Safety Office at CSJFTC.
tives that are established at Marion, Ala. with an associ-
CSJFTC. ate degree in science and was
“Camp Shelby is a dynam- commissioned as a 2nd Occupational Specialties as a
ic site that has the ability to Lieutenant. Morse Linguist and an
service the growing needs of He is currently continuing Infantry Officer.
the Armed Forces. The his education at the In his spare time, he
Safety Office is an extremely University of Maryland enjoys playing sports, col-
reliable shop where individ- University College. lecting watches and spend-
uals and leaders take care of He hopes to graduate with ing time with his Family. He
the Soldiers,” said Hall. a bachelor’s degree in is married to his wife
He enlisted in 2nd Management Studies in Demetria and he has two
Battalion, 20th Special 2012. daughters; Madison, 2 and
Forces Group Support He has two Military Kennedy, 8 months.