Scholarships available: The Brendan Looney Foundation is now accepting applications for scholarships for children under 17 who have a fallen parent/guardian or sibling or are a dependent of a deployed parent/guardian.

The scholarships provide financial support for academic, athletic, art, music or leadership/exploration camps. Other camps will also be considered. Awarded scholarships will consist of both partial and full scholarships. Payment will be made directly to the applicant’s camp. Transportation is not included in scholarship awards.

Summer camp applications are accepted until May 31. Application forms are available at Applicants should use the application that best fits their Family’s circumstances. Families will receive information regarding awarded scholarships within two to three weeks after application has been received and reviewed by the Foundation.

For more information, contact Liz Parker or Erin Looney at

Periodic health assessments: The Acute Care Clinic at Womack Army Medical Center will be open the first weekend of every month for periodic health assessments to help maintain Army readiness. The 7458th Medical Backfill Battalion will manage the clinic, providing care to active- duty, Reserve and National Guard Soldiers on a walk-in basis to help resolve medical deficiencies.

The next clinic will be open May 5, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; May 6, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and May 7, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Soldiers must complete Phase One of the PHA online through Army Knowledge Online before arriving at the clinic and must have their CAC card with them upon arrival. The clinic is located on the All American side of the hospital, on the first floor of the clinic mall area. All Soldiers will be seen on a walk-in basis. For more information, please call 907-8898.

Education fair: The Bragg Training and Education Center will host the Bragg All American Week Education Fair, May 16, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Iron Mike Conference Center. Service members, military Family members of all ages, retirees, veterans, and Department of Defense civilians are all invited to explore the following educational topics:

Academic degree programs of all levels that are online, on base, and in the community

Vocational, and technical programs

Army commissioning programs, including medical options

Federal Financial Aid information for all people, including high school seniors entering college

Troops to Teachers program

Army ROTC program for interested high schoolers and enlisted Soldiers

More than 60 colleges and education-related programs will have information booths. For more information, call the BTEC at 396-6721 or follow the BTEC Facebook page at

Infantry reunion: The Second (Indianhead) Division Association is searching for anyone who served in the Army’s 2nd Infantry Division at any time. This year the association will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the division which was formed in France during World War I. For information about the association and our annual reunion in Arlington, Virginia from Sept. 13 to 17, contact Secretary-treasurer Bob Haynes at, call 224-225-1202, or visit

Veteran counseling offered: The Vet Center offers active-duty service members and veterans counseling services. These services are free and strictly confidential. The Fayetteville Vet Center is located at 2301 Robeson St., Suite 103, Fayetteville.

The center is open Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Counseling services are designed to assist eligible active duty service members and veterans in making a successful transition on and off the battlefield to civilian life. Services include individual counseling, group counseling, marital and Family counseling, military sexual trauma counseling, and referrals as needed.

Vet Centers are community based programs supported by the Veterans Health Administration. Veterans and active-duty service members can call for an initial appointment or walk-in. For more information about the Vet Center program, visit or contact Edward Clark, Director, Fayetteville Vet Center at 488-6252.

Soldier’s transition facilitated: The Fort Bragg Transition Center conducts a Pre-Separation Services Program briefing for Soldiers (excluding retirees) that are within 180 days of separation from the Army.

The briefing is designed to give the Soldier and spouse relevant information in advance of separation to facilitate planning for a successful transition to civilian life. The briefing will take place the first Monday of every month, unless it is a holiday, then it will move to the second Monday, at 1 p.m. at the Pope Annex. Offices providing important separation information, including benefits and processing procedures, are the transition center, education center, finance, medical and dental, Reserve Component Career Counselor and Soldier for Life. No appointment is necessary to attend.

Volunteers needed: RTI International is conducting a study at Womack Army Medical Center for active-duty Soldiers experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms.

The Stellate Ganglion Block for PTSD symptoms study is designed to evaluate whether injecting a local anesthetic into the Stellate Ganglion can reduce PTSD symptoms. Participants can receive up to $115 for the time they spend participating in the study. For more information, email, visit or call 800-334-8571, extension 28359.

Notice of Estate:

This notice serves as an advisory for all those in possession of the property of Spc. Tremayne Lane, as well as to persons to whom the deceased is indebted, or those indebted to the deceased. Please contact Capt. Aaron Siebenaller, summary court martial officer, with all inquiries at 396-8756 or email

This notice serves as an advisory for all those in possession of the property of Spc. Everaldo Graham, as well as to persons to whom the deceased is indebted, or those indebted to the deceased. Please contact 1st Lt. Andrew Blood, summary court martial officer, with all inquiries at (518) 932-2883 or email

This notice serves as an advisory for all those in possession of the property of Maj. Gen. Francisco Espaillat, as well as to persons to whom the deceased in indebted, or those indebted to the deceased. Please contact Lt. Col. David Poland, summary court martial officer, with all inquiries at 852-1944 or email