• AG Fort A.P. Hill commander Lt. Peter E. Dargle was one of several military leaders who signed the Fredericksburg Region Armed Forces Community Covenant on May 4. He also address the audience before the covenant signing.

    USAG Fort A.P. Hill commander signs community covenant

    AG Fort A.P. Hill commander Lt. Peter E. Dargle was one of several military leaders who signed the Fredericksburg Region Armed Forces Community Covenant on May 4. He also address the audience before the covenant signing.

  • Military leaders from Fredericksburg, Va. installations gathered on May 4 to sign the Fredericksburg Region Armed Forces Community Covenant. Commanders from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines plus the Virginia National Guard signed the covenant.

    USAG Fort A.P. Hill commander signs community covenant

    Military leaders from Fredericksburg, Va. installations gathered on May 4 to sign the Fredericksburg Region Armed Forces Community Covenant. Commanders from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines plus the Virginia National Guard signed the covenant.

  • USAG Fort A.P. Hill commander Lt. Col. Peter E. Dargle (right) was one of several Fredericksburg, Va. area military leaders who signed the Fredericksburg Region Armed Forces Community Covenant on May 4. Commanders from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines plus the Virginia National Guard signed the covenant.

    USAG Fort A.P. Hill commander signs community covenant

    USAG Fort A.P. Hill commander Lt. Col. Peter E. Dargle (right) was one of several Fredericksburg, Va. area military leaders who signed the Fredericksburg Region Armed Forces Community Covenant on May 4. Commanders from the Army, Navy, Air Force and...

U.S. Army Garrison Fort A.P. Hill, Va. commander Lt. Col. Peter E. Dargle and several Virginia military leaders gathered in Fredericksburg, Va. recently to sign the Fredericksburg Region Armed Forces Community Covenant.

The signers included installation commanders from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines as well as the Virginia Army National Guard.

The covenant signers pledged to work closely together, create and encourage a strong relationship between the community and the military and educate local residents of the value of having active, retired and former members of the military living in their communities.

The signers also agreed to assist community leaders in developing programs to support active duty military, veterans and their families.

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