• (Left) Damien Floyd (center) hands cookies to Sgt. Joonghyo Lee, 618th Dental Company senior KATUSA, at USAG-Red Cloud Troop Medical Clinic. USAG-Red Cloud Pear Blossom Cottage
baked cookies and delvered them to soliders in the garrison June 17 in celabration of 234th Army birthday. - U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Kim, Tae Hoon. (Right) Lt. Col. Alfred Francis cuts the Army's birthday cake with soon to be Pvt. Joshoa Hammond during the Army birthday celebration given in Camp Stanley's Pear Blossom Cottage June 16. Francis thanked all the volunteers working in the Cottage for all they do for Soldiers and their Famlies and gave certificates of appreciation. "This celebration is about all of you who volunteer to make life better for the Soldiers and their Families," Francis said. "Although these certificates look small, they mean a lot. Every time I look around I see all of you volunteering your time here at the Cottage. You service is not going unrecognized." Preparations for the celebration took volunteers 16 hours, which included baking the birthday cake and preparing food representing cuisine from different parts of Asia. - U.S. Army photo by Jim Cunningham

    Army birthday celebrated on Red Cloud and Stanley

    (Left) Damien Floyd (center) hands cookies to Sgt. Joonghyo Lee, 618th Dental Company senior KATUSA, at USAG-Red Cloud Troop Medical Clinic. USAG-Red Cloud Pear Blossom Cottage baked cookies and delvered them to soliders in the garrison June 17 in...

  • (Left) Damien Floyd (center) hands cookies to Sgt. Joonghyo Lee, 618th Dental Company senior KATUSA, at USAG-Red Cloud Troop Medical Clinic. USAG-Red Cloud Pear Blossom Cottage
baked cookies and delvered them to soliders in the garrison June 17 in celabration of 234th Army birthday. - U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Kim, Tae Hoon. (Right) Lt. Col. Alfred Francis cuts the Army's birthday cake with soon to be Pvt. Joshoa Hammond during the Army birthday celebration given in Camp Stanley's Pear Blossom Cottage June 16. Francis thanked all the volunteers working in the Cottage for all they do for Soldiers and their Famlies and gave certificates of appreciation. "This celebration is about all of you who volunteer to make life better for the Soldiers and their Families," Francis said. "Although these certificates look small, they mean a lot. Every time I look around I see all of you volunteering your time here at the Cottage. You service is not going unrecognized." Preparations for the celebration took volunteers 16 hours, which included baking the birthday cake and preparing food representing cuisine from different parts of Asia. - U.S. Army photo by Jim Cunningham

    Army birthday celebrated on Red Cloud and Stanley

    (Left) Damien Floyd (center) hands cookies to Sgt. Joonghyo Lee, 618th Dental Company senior KATUSA, at USAG-Red Cloud Troop Medical Clinic. USAG-Red Cloud Pear Blossom Cottage baked cookies and delvered them to soliders in the garrison June 17 in...

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