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Lt. Gen. Douglas Gabram (left) assumes command of the Installation Management Command Jan. 22 at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston.
Lori Gabram (left) pins the U.S. Army rank of lieutenant general on her husband, Lt. Gen. Douglas Gabram, commanding general, U.S. Army Installation Management Command, during an appointment ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Jan. 22. Following Gabram's appointment to lieutenant general, he became the seventh commanding general of IMCOM during an assumption of command ceremony at Fort Sam Houston Theatre.
Lt. Gen. Douglas Gabram, the new commanding general of the U.S. Army Installation Management Command, speaks during his assumption of command ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Jan 22.
Gen. Gus Perna, commanding general, Army Materiel Command, speaks during the Installation Management Command assumption of command ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Jan 22.
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Ed Knoeckel
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Lt. Gen. Timothy Haugh (left) Sixteenth Air Force/Air Forces Cyber Commander, accompanied by Command Chief Master Sgt. Summer Leifer (center), visit Col. Abel Carreiro (right), Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, to take a first-hand look at LevelUp Code Works, the U.S. Air Force's arm that aims to deliver rapidly deployable software to support Air Force and Department of Defense missions located in downtown San Antonio. The partnership with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center enables develop, secure, deploy, and operate applications technology across the full range of Sixteenth Air Force missions.
Soldiers from 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, assault an objective during a situational training exercise at an urban assault training village near Amman, Jordan, Sept. 2, 2019. In August, the Army released an updated version of its guide on the Law of Armed Conflict, Field Manual 6-27, the Commander's Handbook on the Law of Land Warfare. The publication helps guide U.S. troops comply with international and host nation laws. The manual also aids partner nations in gaining an understanding of U.S. military operations and regulations.
Airman 1st Class Deshaunte London from the 902nd Security Forces Squadron scans an ID card on Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph.
Brooke Army Medical Center Command Sgt. Maj. Thomas Oates speaks at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day observance at BAMC, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Jan. 22. The event celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. King and highlighted the Army's value of service.
“Give Kids A Smile” Day offers free dental exams and cleanings to children age 13 and below of active duty and retired military Feb. 21 at the dental clinic at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph.
Chief Petty Officer Joseph Corbeil (left), leading chief petty officer assigned to Navy Recruiting Station Harlingen and Chief Petty Officer Alexander Glenn, a division leading chief petty officer assigned to Navy Recruiting District San Antonio, served as interview judges during the HESTEC 2020 SeaPerch Challenge held at the Margaret M. Clark Aquatic Center in Brownsville, Texas. The annual underwater robotics competition, hosted by the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, in partnership with NRD San Antonio, kicked-off a new format to Hispanic Engineering, Science and Technology, or HESTEC, this year.
Petty Officer 2nd Class Jesus Escobar (right), assigned to Navy Recruiting Station McAllen, briefs Team Sparky of Harlingen Early College High School regarding the challenge course during the HESTEC 2020 SeaPerch Challenge held at the Margaret M. Clark Aquatic Center in Brownsville, Texas. The annual underwater robotics competition, hosted by the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, in partnership with Navy Recruiting District San Antonio, kicked-off a new format to Hispanic Engineering, Science and Technology, or HESTEC, this year.
Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville discusses a need for "transformational change" during an Association of the U.S. Army event Jan. 21, 2020, inside the National Museum of the U.S. Army on Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Transformational change -- not incremental improvements -- is necessary to achieve overmatch, deter great-power competition, and win the future fight.
Friends and family give a standing ovation as Mary O. Price officially retires from federal service after 52 years.
The Air Force’s Personnel Center’s command Chief Master Sgt. Daniel L. Hoglund congratulates Mary O. Price, with a handshake, following her retirement from federal service of 52 years.
Tammy Hern embraces newly retired Mary Price with a hug following her retirement ceremony.
Chief Master Sgt. Clinton Wilkerson, friend and presiding official of Mary Price’s retirement ceremony, presents her with the certificate of service during her ceremony.