Friday, December 15, 2017
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CID has been receiving complaints from citizens worldwide that they have been the victims of several types of scams (romance, vehicle), again, where a cyber crook is impersonating a U.S. Service member.

One version usually involves the sale of a vehicle (ATV, RV, car, motorcycle, etc.); where the Service member claims to be living or moving overseas and has to quickly sell their vehicle because they are being sent to another duty station.  Fort Belvoir has no ‘logistics department’ that will store or transport anyone’s privately owned vehicle.

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Click Here to Read the Full StoryRandy Story Jr.’s goal is to help those in need, locally and in neighboring states. For his Eagle Scout project, he decided to host a food drive at Belvoir’s Commissary to collect food items for the United Community Ministries in Alexandria, and for recent hurricane victims still in need.

Randy, a Life Scout, chose the food drive as the project he would use to earn the Eagle Scout badge.

“I wanted to do a project that touches my heart,” he said. “I wanted to focus on a project that had a positive impact on a lot of people’s lives.”

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Click Here to Read the Full StoryThe Fort Belvoir Tax Center needs volunteers to help prepare tax returns for the upcoming tax season. Several regular volunteers are no longer able to help out, so the Tax Center will be understaffed without more volunteers.

All of the tax preparers are volunteers, and they prepare more than 3,000 state and federal tax returns each year. They provide service to active-duty Service members, retirees and their family members. Without additional help, the center will have to reduce services and the number of people they serve.

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Every Soldier has the chance to submit ideas of commercial, off-the-shelf items directly to the Soldier Enhancement Program and potentially have their recommendations issued to Soldiers. Personnel are also encouraged to submit items for government-off-the-shelf and non-developmental items.

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