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“Old soldiers never die, they just fade away.” – General of the Army Douglas MacArthur April 6, 2017 marks the 100th anniversary commemorating America’s formal entrance into World War I. With approximately sixty-five million troops deployed between Allied forces and Central Powers from over forty countries and more than eight million deaths and twenty-one million […]

Transitioning: Change of Command

“Being a Garrison Commander is arguably one of the toughest but yet rewarding jobs in the Army!” ~ COL Glenn A. Kennedy, II A change of command ceremony is a military tradition that represents a formal transfer of authority and responsibility from one to another. Bidding farewell to one Garrison Commander and welcoming another is […]

Digital Photography Contest Winner

Each year the Army MWR holds a Digital Photography Contest. The contest is designed to capture favorite moments and adventures from across the globe. This contest celebrates photographic skills from two divisions (Active Duty and Other Eligible Patrons). The Digital Photography Contest encourages everyone from the sophisticated photographer to the novice enthusiast. Participants enter their […]

Child Abuse Prevention Month: Because Children Are Our Future

By Betty Ward, Family Advocacy Program April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. As we reflect on another year gone by, we remember and celebrate the good things we do as caregivers and what our communities do to promote healthy child development. Who could better advocate that children are our future, than parents or other designated […]