March 19, 2009
Old dog, new trick
Romeo Mejia, an El Paso Border Patrol search, trauma and rescue agent, rappels down the Fort Bliss air assault tower with his canine counterpart, a German shepherd named Tex, strapped to his back. The agents were learning search-and-rescue techniques needed to save someone who is stranded in a difficult-to-reach area. For more on this story, see the "News" section of our Web site.
Photo by Sgt. Brandon Little.
Pfc. Joseph Headman, a member of the Fort Bliss culinary arts team, prepares a dish during an event at the 34th annual U.S. Army Culinary Arts Competition, held Thursday and Friday at Fort Lee, Va. The team earned silver medals in the Field Cooking and Contemporary and Pastry categories.
Photo by Mike Strasser.
Fort Bliss chefs earn 2 silver medals in 34th annual cooking competition
Army News Service
Fort Lee Public Affairs
FORT LEE, Va. – Teams took to the kitchen March 2 through Friday for the 34th annual U.S. Army Culinary Arts Competition, during which the Fort Bliss team won two silver medals.
Of the eight events featured in the competition, Fort Bliss chefs earned second-place honors in the Field Cooking and Contemporary and Pastry categories.
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