• Surrounded by family, Soldiers and civilians, Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge, Combined Arms Support Command commanding general, shares a few thoughts about the Army and what service to the nation means before cutting one of the Army birthday cakes at Fort Lee. In celebration of 236 years of service, senior leaders participated in cake cutting ceremonies at dining facilities around the installation.

    Hodge 1

    Surrounded by family, Soldiers and civilians, Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge, Combined Arms Support Command commanding general, shares a few thoughts about the Army and what service to the nation means before cutting one of the Army birthday cakes at Fort...

  • Pfc. Shamari Carmen, the youngest Soldier in the 23rd Quartermaster Brigade, unsheathes the ceremonial sword which will be used to cut the Army Birthday cake in one of the Fort Lee dining facilities June 14. As the crowd looked on, Carmen, along with the Combined Arms Support Command team of Command Sgt. Maj. C.C. Jenkins Jr. (left), Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge (right), and Chief Warrant Officer 5 Michael J. Wichterman (far right), sliced the cake in celebration and honor of the Army’s 236 years of preserving peace and freedom.

    Hodge 2

    Pfc. Shamari Carmen, the youngest Soldier in the 23rd Quartermaster Brigade, unsheathes the ceremonial sword which will be used to cut the Army Birthday cake in one of the Fort Lee dining facilities June 14. As the crowd looked on, Carmen, along with...

  • With one swift swipe, Pfc. Shamari Carmen, an advanced individual training Soldier, along with the Combined Arms Support Command team of Command Sgt. Maj. C.C. Jenkins Jr. (left), Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge (right), and Chief Warrant Officer 5 Michael J. Wichterman (far right), slice the birthday cake in celebration of the Army’s 236 years of service to the nation. Carmen, aged 17, assigned to Tango Company, 266th Quartermaster Battalion, is the youngest Soldier in the 23rd Quartermaster Brigade.

    Hodge 3

    With one swift swipe, Pfc. Shamari Carmen, an advanced individual training Soldier, along with the Combined Arms Support Command team of Command Sgt. Maj. C.C. Jenkins Jr. (left), Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge (right), and Chief Warrant Officer 5 Michael J...

Surrounded by family, Soldiers and civilians, Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge, Combined Arms Support Command commanding general, shares a few thoughts about the Army and what service to the nation means before cutting one of the Army birthday cakes at Fort Lee. In celebration of 236 years of service, senior leaders participated in cake cutting ceremonies at dining facilities around the installation.

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