Triathlon returns after 2-year absence

Raymond Benitez-Santana/Special to the Fort Leavenworth Lamp The Command and General Staff College/Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Triathlon...

MCC staff lauded during Correctional Officers Week

Peter Grande/USDB Historian On May 5, 1984, former President Ronald Regan proclaimed National Correctional Officers Week in the first...

CGSC Foundation scholarship winners announced

CGSC Foundation Winners of the 2022 Command and General Staff College Foundation 2022 competitive scholarship program scholarships have been...

Truman wreath-laying ceremony

Munson Army Health Center Color Guard members Sgt. LaKieya Hollis, Spc. William Collins, Spc. Royal Wylie, Cpl. Kyle Boals, Cpl. Colby...

Days of Remembrance: Speaker’s parents survived Holocaust

Charlotte Richter/ Staff Writer Guest speaker Sam Devinki shared his family’s Holocaust experiences during his remarks at the Days...

Power outage exercise May 6

Fort Leavenworth Garrison Public Affairs Office Fort Leavenworth will conduct a power outage exercise from 7:30 a.m. until about...

Lamp staff earns state journalism awards

Staff Report Amid a difficult year of debilitating health challenges for staff members, staff turnover, transitioning to a new...

Retro fun at FIRST CITY HISTORY FESTIVAL

American Frontier Production’s historic reenactors Mark Childress and Justin Rother attempt to lasso each other’s feet in a round of “Cowboy...

School board welcomes new member, earns accreditation

Charlotte Richter/Staff Writer New Unified School District 207 Board of Education Board Member Jackie Williams was officially sworn in...

China’s Global Power Projection CASO panel topic

Harry Sarles/Army University Public Affairs The Command and General Staff College’s Cultural and Area Studies Office hosted the “Strategic...