Fort Gordon Health Fair

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Corporal Courtney Jordan (right) looks at her 4-year-old son Ethan Jordan (left) as he picks crayons for a coloring book he found at the booth run by Michael Reed, the Fort Gordon Army Substance Abuse Program Prevention Coordinator, on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 on post at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia. Jordan said she came to the fair with her family because her unit encouraged everyone to come experience the festivities. Sara Caldwell/staff
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Frances Maxwell (right), with Army Community Service, speaks with Norma Laing, a flight medic, on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 on post at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia during the health fair at Freedom Park. Sara Caldwell/staff
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Michael Perkins (center) tosses a ball after putting on goggles meant to obscure his vision, in a way similar to being intoxicated, on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 on post at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia. Michael Reed , the Army Substance Abuse Program Prevention coordinator (not pictured), spoke with Perkins and had him try on the goggles and see if he could toss the ball into a empty box outside of the tent. Sara Caldwell/staff
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Amy Lord (right), a performance enhancement specialist with the CSF-PREP Performance and Resilience Enhancement Program works with specialist Kai Keckley (left, center) as he sits in a chair where Lord is using biofeedback technology to chart how he manages his energy on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 on post at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia. Lord looks at a laptop screen, reading Keckley's results. Sara Caldwell/staff
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Specialist Kai Keckley closes his eyes and counts his breathing as a computer monitors how well he manages his energy on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 on post at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia. Sara Caldwell/staff
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Soldiers walk through Freedom Park during a health fair on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 on post at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia. Sara Caldwell/staff
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Jeremy Brown (center) tosses a ball after putting on goggles meant to obscure his vision, in a way similar to being intoxicated, on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 Sara Caldwell/staff
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Jeremy Brown looks through items on display at Michael Reed's , the Army Substance Abuse Program Prevention coordinator, table at the health fair on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 on post at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia. Sara Caldwell/staff
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Corporal Courtney Jordan (right) and Eric Jordan (left) look at their 4-year-old son Ethan Jordan (center) as he picks crayons for a coloring book he found at the booth run by Michael Reed, the Fort Gordon Army Substance Abuse Program Prevention Coordinator, on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 on post at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia. Jordan said she came to the fair with her family because her unit encouraged everyone to come experience the festivities. Sara Caldwell/staff
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Michael Perkins (right) prepares to put on goggles meant to obscure his vision, in a way similar to being intoxicated, on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 on post at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia. Michael Reed , the Army Substance Abuse Program Prevention coordinator (not pictured), spoke with Perkins and had him try on the goggles and see if he could toss the ball into a empty box outside of the tent. Sara Caldwell/staff

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