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Basic Training

Army Pfc. Justin D. Halley, son of Maureen E. Halley and David L. Halley, both of Charlton, has completed basic combat training at Fort Still, Okla.

Army Pvt. Brandon L. LeBlanc, son of Lee and Deb LeBlanc of Leominster, has completed basic combat training at Fort Sill Fort Sill, U.S. military reservation, Comanche co., SW Okla., 4 mi (6.4 km) N of Lawton; est. 1869 by Gen. Philip Sheridan. A 95,000-acre (38,445-hectare) field artillery and missile base, it is the home of the U.S. Army Artillery and Missile Center. , Okla.

Army Pvt. Matthew F. Grochowski, son of Sandra Bussiere of Dudley, has completed basic combat training at Fort Jackson Fort Jackson can refer to several places or things:
  • Fort Jackson (South Carolina), a modern U.S. Army post
  • Fort Jackson (Louisiana), an American Civil War-era fort
  • Fort Jackson (Alabama), also called Fort Toulouse, a War of 1812 fort
, S.C.

Army Pvt. Daniel R. Cesaitis, son of Paul and Cynthia Cesaitis of Worcester, has completed basic combat training at Fort Benning Fort Benning, U.S. army post, 189,000 acres (76,500 hectares), W Ga., S of Columbus; est. 1918. One of the largest army posts in the United States, it is the nation's largest infantry training center and the home of the Army Infantry School. , Ga.

Army Reserve Pvt. Matthew T. Sands, son of Howard Sands of Templeton, has completed basic combat training at Fort Benning, Ga.

Deployment

Army Pfc. Brandon Charest, son of Robert and Ellen Charest of Worcester, has been deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Promotions

Senior Chief Petty Officer senior chief petty officer
n.
1. Abbr. SCPO A noncommissioned rank in the U.S. Navy that is above chief petty officer and below master chief petty officer.

2. One who holds this rank.

Noun 1.
 Robert C. Harris, son of Kathleen Monahan and Robert E. Harris both of Oxford, has been promoted from Chief Petty Petty

girl airbrushed beauty, scantily clad in Esquire’s pages. [Am. Lit.: Misc.]

See : Sex Symbols
 Officer.

Compiled by Sarah E. Sierra of the Telegram & Gazette staff, Armed Forces Service chronicles Chronicles, two books of the Bible, originally a single work in the Hebrew canon (the final book of that canon), called First and Second Chronicles in the Authorized Version, and called First and Second Paralipomenon in the Septuagint and in the Vulgate.  the careers of area men and women while in the military. To submit information, send an e-mail to sasierra@telegram.com or write to Telegram & Gazette, P.O. Box 15012, Worcester, MA 01615-0012. Be sure to include name, rank, unit, duty station and local family residence.
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Date:Jan 19, 2009
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