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FORT BLISS, Texas – Fort Bliss Morale, Welfare and Recreation hosted the annual Bienvenidos á Bliss Relocation Fair at the Centennial Banquet and Catering Center Aug. 6. MWR hosted more than 100 on- and off-post agencies who provided information and free stuff for newly-arrived service members, families and civilian employees.

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06/08/2019
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