When Gen. James McConville became the Chief of Staff of the Army, he said his No. 1 priority is people. Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall showed this Sept. 19 during a suicide awareness walk.
On Sept. 24, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall’s Family Advocacy Program hosted training for leaders in victim advocacy and social work to discuss domestic violence, trauma and grief to kick off Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
The joint relationship between the Army and Marine Corps was celebrated outside the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Dining Facility for the 10th anniversary of merging fort Myer and Henderson Hall into joint base Tuesday.
Participants showed their true colors when MWR and the Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) partnered in support of Domestic Violence Prevention Month with a Burst of Color 5K Run/Walk aboard NAS Patuxent River Oct. 5.
The last Navy F/A-18C Hornet, aircraft number 300, made its official final active-duty flight at Naval Air Station Oceana, Oct. 2.
Forty-three Sailors assigned to the future aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy (CVN 79) attended a ribbon cutting in Newport News, Virginia, Oct. 1, establishing the ship’s crew and opening the building where they’ll work during the ship’s construction.