22 September 2016
Fort Detrick Protection Office
In light of the threats on social media against Soldiers and their families by terrorist organizations such as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, the Department of the Army has published social media messages and precautions. This information provides precautions and recommended practices to help protect our military, civilians, contractors and families.
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Sgt. William Robles, 21st Signal Brigade
The 302nd Signal Battalion hosted a Non-Commissioned Officer Induction Ceremony Aug. 19 at Fort Detrick.
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Lanessa Hill, USAG Public Affairs
A team Fort Detrick’s Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers program recently received word that they placed third in the Army-wide 2016 BOSSfit Competition.
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Lanessa Hill, USAG Public Affairs
It’s been 15 years since the worst attack on American soil, which killed 3,000 people in New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia took place. But in Frederick, the passage of time has not erased the resolve of people here to remember the victims, heroes and lessons of Sept. 11, 2001.
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Col. Bob O’Brien, USAG Fort Detrick Commander
If you watch the news you have seen so many recent headlines about natural disasters; floods in Louisiana and locally in Ellicott City, tornados ripping through the Midwest and even earthquakes causing destruction in Oklahoma and Italy. Communities and lives will never be the same as a result of these events, and the level of disaster should cause you to stop and ask yourself if you are prepared if a disaster hits.
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06 September 2016
Ellen Crown USAMMA Public Affairs
Fort Detrick’s Women’s Equality Day drew crowds into the post’s Community Activities Center Aug. 18 for a lesson in history – and why that history is relevant today and into the future.
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Jenni Benson, USAG Public Affairs
Fort Detrick participated in Military Appreciation Night with the Frederick Keys at Nymeo Field Aug. 18.
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Gridiron Warriors
Jenni Benson, USAG Public Affairs
Children from the Fort Detrick Child Development Center enjoy a weekly game of flag football. The class is Wednesday mornings all summer and taught by the CYS Sports and Fitness Director. The kids go through a series of static stretching, dynamic warm-ups, sprints and then reviewing the rules of the game.
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