Fort Leonard Wood


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Fort Leonard Wood,

U.S. army post, 71,000 acres (28,700 hectares), S central Mo.; est. 1940. It is one of the largest basic-training centers in the United States and also provides training for army engineers.
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General Leonard Wood Blood Donor Center, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
My plan (and the Army's plan) 2 years ago was to move to Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, assume the Commandant position for at least 2 years, and then begrudgingly hand over the Regiment to the next deserving senior leader of this great Regiment.
Our instructors trained more than 50 Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC) students, 52 Warrant Officer Advanced Course (WOAC) students, and 19 Warrant Officer Intermediate-Level Education Follow-On students at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
LGS Innovations has announced the successful installation of the first complete VoIP system under the IMOD program at Fort Leonard Wood, the company said.
Madigan works as a master instructor for the Department of Homeland Security for the Civil Support Teams and hazardous material emergency response operations on weapons of mass destruction and threat assessments to the United States Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear School (USACBRN) in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
A full decade later in 2013, the commander of the 3d Chemical Brigade (Training), Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, requested the placement of several historic vehicles adjacent to the 3d Chemical Brigade headquarters.
Days before the May 2 event, personnel at Fort Leonard Wood contacted the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) with complaints about the appearance of Barton, a Texas-based activist, at a breakfast to mark the NDP.
Alix attended Basic Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri (aka "Fort Lost in the Woods") in 1978.
During the morning hours of New Year's Eve, Friday, 31 December 2010, a tornado tore through a privatized (1) officer housing area on Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
W911S7-09-T-0053 for multi-functional devices (MFD), commonly referred to as copiers, for Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri.
Hayes, son of James and Donna Hayes of Leicester, has completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
* Activating a maneuver enhancement brigade at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, in FY 2009.
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