• Col. Chad B. McRee, 16th Military Police Brigade Commander, asks a
question to the Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. Lloyd J.
Austin III, during his visit to Fort Bragg as part of conducting a Health of
the Force assessment at the Fort Bragg Club July 23, 2012. During the week-long tour, Austin, along with Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond
F. Chandler , Surgeon General of the Army Lt. Gen. Patricia Horoho, and
Lt. Gen. Michael Ferriter, commander, U.S. Army Installation Management
Command, and assistant chief of staff for installation management, will look
at programs, services, resources and best practices pertaining to the health
of the force.

    Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Austin visits Fort Bragg

    Col. Chad B. McRee, 16th Military Police Brigade Commander, asks a question to the Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, during his visit to Fort Bragg as part of conducting a Health of the Force assessment at the Fort Bragg Club...

  • The Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III (left),
answers a question from a commander of Fort Bragg about suicide prevention during his visit as part of conducting a Health of the Force assessment at the Fort Bragg Club July 23, 2012. Gen. Austin, along with Lt. Gen. Michael Ferriter, commander (right), U.S. Army Installation Management Command, and assistant chief of staff for installation management, as well as his counterparts, are looking at programs, services, resources and best practices pertaining to the health of the force. The week-long trip, Gen. Austin said, is an effort to see firsthand the impact of Army best practices, and to also see where the Army may need to apply more resources or affect policy changes.

    Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Austin visits Fort Bragg

    The Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III (left), answers a question from a commander of Fort Bragg about suicide prevention during his visit as part of conducting a Health of the Force assessment at the Fort Bragg Club July 23...

  • Commanders from across Fort Bragg sit and discuss various topics
concerning Health of the Force with Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, the Vice Chief
of Staff of the Army, at the Fort Bragg Club July 23, 2012. "The health of the
force remains our top priority," Gen. Austin said. "We are continuing to make progress in many areas and that is largely a reflection of leader  involvement. That said, we recognize that we still have a lot of work to do
and we must keep getting better." During the week-long tour, Gen. Austin, along with his counterparts, will look at programs, services, resources and best practices pertaining to the health of the force.

    Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Austin visits Fort Bragg

    Commanders from across Fort Bragg sit and discuss various topics concerning Health of the Force with Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, the Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, at the Fort Bragg Club July 23, 2012. "The health of the force remains our top...

Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Lloyd Austin visits Fort Bragg.

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