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Leaders Regional Advise, Assist Course — Troops learn to break communication barriers

Officers and senior enlisted members with 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, struggled through a heated discussion with partner-nation-force leaders inside a training complex at Fort Carson Dec. 13, 2018. With assistance from of an Army interpreter, the 3rd ABCT Soldiers attempted to resolve a simple dispute that threatened to undermine an ongoing joint operation, but they were having difficulty getting their point across. [Read more]

Reserve spouse to memorialize fallen Airman

Bronze statues can be seen almost anywhere but one rarely hears the amazing stories behind their creation. The spouse of a Reserve Airman here at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, recently sculpted a bust of Senior Airman Daniel Johnson, 30th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. [Read more]

Humble beginnings set stage for future leader

Col. Jacob Middleton, 50th Space Wing vice commander, was the keynote speaker for the biannual Wingman Day, Nov. 9. Middleton spoke about resiliency, sharing his personal experiences growing up below the poverty line. [Read more]

Colorado Publishing House events

2018 COS CEO Leadership Lessons: Robin Roberts, President of Pikes Peak National Bank

Dec. 13, 4:30-6 p.m.
The Mining Exchange, 8 S. Nevada Ave.

Join the 2018 COS CEO Leadership Lessons presented by Kaiser Permanente and the Colorado Springs Business Journal. A portion of the proceeds go to the 2018 Give! Campaign. Sponsors also include Herring Bank, Amnet, PPCC, The Alternative Board, Stockman Kast Ryan + Co and Navakai. 
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2019 Book of Lists

Jan. 24, 5-7 p.m.
Briarhurst Manor Estate

Join the Colorado Springs Business Journal for the official release of the 2019 Book of Lists January 24, 2019.

Don’t miss out on the best networking event in the new year. The Book of Lists is chock full of helpful information paramount to helping your business target the region’s top decision makers in 2019. Normally, the print edition is reasonably priced at $75, but you’ll receive a complimentary one with your ticket. Don’t miss this opportunity to get it for free!

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