Fort Belvoir observed Women’s History Month, Thursday at the Community Center. The guest speaker, Karen Garza, superintendent of Fairfax County Public Schools, spoke about her experiences as superintendent as well as the importance of education.
Pop quiz: Are underpasses or bridges safe shelter options during a tornado? If you answered no, you are correct, according to Paul Alquisa, plans contingency operations specialist.
If you’re a millennial (born in or after 1982) in the military, you might encounter a number of financial challenges unique to your career path and age group. But, as you face these challenges, one of your best opportunities to save for your future is with the Thrift Savings Plan, also known as TSP. Below are the answers to some questions you might have about participating in the TSP.
Brig. Gen. Charles Pede relinquished command of the U.S. Army Legal Services Agency to Brig. Gen. Paul Wilson Thursday at USALSA during a change of command ceremony.
Virginia National Guard Soldiers and South Carolina National Guard Airmen partnered to provide communications support to military, federal, state and local emergency management services, as part of Vigilant Guard for nearly two weeks earlier this month in Georgetown, S.C. Vigilant Guard is a series of federally funded disaster-response drills conducted by National Guard units working with federal, state and local emergency management agencies and first responders. This year’s scenario was a Category 4 storm - Hurricane Zephyr - that struck the South Carolina coast.
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Col. Gregory D. Gadson, Fort Belvoir garrison commander, left, shakes hands with members of the The United States Army Band’s Brass Quintet after Fort Belvoir’s Memorial Day observance, May 22 at the Cold War Memorial on Long Parade Field.
Fort Belvoir Garrison Commander Col. Gregory D. Gadson pays tribute to fallen servicemembers during Fort Belvoir’s Memorial Day observance, May 22, at the Cold War Memorial on Long Parade Field.
Family members of Chief Warrant Officer 3 Andrew McAdams and Sgt. Drew Scobie gather in front of the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command Memorial wall after the command's Memorial Day ceremony at the Nolan Bldg., Fort Belvoir, Va., May 20. Scobie and McAdams were killed in an airplane crash near Bagram Air Force Base, Afghanistan, Jan. 10.
Justin McCardell and Capt. Ralph Sepulveda, USAPHC air sampling mission members, troubleshoot a particulate sampler on Bagram Air Field.
Clockwise from left: Brig. Gen. Charles N. Pede, U.S. Army Legal Services commander; Michael Meisel, director of civil law and litigation at USALSA; Capt. Jordan Walerstein, judge advocate and Japanese interpreter; Maj. Theologos Voudouris, USALSA assistant executive officer; Lt. Col. Takayuki Kato, office of the JAG, Japan Ground Self-Defense Force and Col. Shoji Katsui, deputy JAG, Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, discuss military law during the Japanese JAG delegation's visit to USALSA earlier this month. USALSA frequently hosts leaders in military law from allied nations to show them how the American military legal system works and to share lessons learned.
Left to right, Maj. Chuck Reinhold, Lt. Col. David Jones, Brig. Gen. Timothy E. Gowen, Col. William Coffin and Col. Brent Johnson (standing) conduct a briefing Jan. 23 at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany.
Capt. Brian N. Clason, commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 1st Information Operations Battalion, 1st Information Operations Command (Land), accepts the detachment guidon from Lt. Col. Mark D. Vertuli, commander, 1st IO Battalion, 1st IO Command (Land), during an activation ceremony at Specker Field House, Fort Belvoir, Va., Jan. 27.
Surgeon General of the Army Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho, left, and Judge Advocate General of the Army Lt. Gen. Flora D. Darpino, spoke Jan. 22 before the Women Mayors’ Caucus in Washington, D.C. The caucus is part of the larger United States Conference of Mayors, for mayors of cities with 30,000 or more citizens. The group held its 82nd Winter Meeting, Jan 22-24, in the nation’s capital.