In 1996, Congress amended the Safe Drinking Water Act, which added a provision requiring all community water systems to deliver to their customers a brief annual water quality report.
Find it at:
• The Public Affairs Office, Headquarters 810 Schreider Street, Suite 100 or call (301) 619-2060;
• The Environmental Management Office, 1546 Porter Street, 3rd Floor;
• Electronic copies delivered to the family housing units;
• Hard copies posted on public bulletin boards in barracks and tenants/organizations and;
• Hard copies available at the Post Library, 1520 Freedman Drive.
For more information call Mark Lewis, Fort Detrick Environmental Management Office, at (301) 619-3136.
The AFTB program offers classes for those who are new to the military such as: Reading Military Acronyms and Terms; The Chain of Command; Supporting Your Child’s Education; Basic Military Benefits and Entitlements; and Introduction to FRG’s. The program also offers programs to those of you who have been married to the military for much longer and are taking on, or ready to take on, leadership roles: Personal Conflict Management, Stress Management, Leadership Styles, Building Cohesive Teams, Managing Group Conflict and many more.
By participating in this short, 10-question survey, you will be helping us to guide the program in a way that best suits you. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey so we can begin to offer you the programs that you need.
Do you know which holiday is the most deadly for alcohol-related automobile accidents?Independence Day. Right in the heart of summer, July 4th is the most deadly holiday due to alcohol-related car crashes.
This summer, each and every person should take the necessary precautions to ensure they remain safe during those summer activities in which they choose to participate.
OfficerFor the first time in its 70-year history, the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a medical device developed at the USAISR.
Growing up in Baltimore, Col. Steven P. Middlecamp, the new commander of the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Detrick, couldn’t wait to leave the area. There was a world to explore, and he wanted to get out and discover it.