• Dr. Rebecca Johnson, Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood deputy to the commanding general, kicks off the semiannual Civilian Fun Run/Walk at Gammon Field Friday with a review of four factors that significantly impact health. Factors include stress, nutrition, toxins and radiation.

    Army civilian workforce runs, walks for health

    Dr. Rebecca Johnson, Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood deputy to the commanding general, kicks off the semiannual Civilian Fun Run/Walk at Gammon Field Friday with a review of four factors that significantly impact health...

  • Dr. Johnson and members of Fort Leonard Wood's civilian workforce participate in a 5k walk at Gammon Field Friday. The goal is for Fort Leonard Wood to be the healthiest installation to live, work and play.

    Army civilian workforce runs, walks for health

    Dr. Johnson and members of Fort Leonard Wood's civilian workforce participate in a 5k walk at Gammon Field Friday. The goal is for Fort Leonard Wood to be the healthiest installation to live, work and play.

  • Consuelo Bardell, Darci Wilburn, Konnye Porter, Sita Grady and Kathy Davis with Fort Leonard Wood's Directorate of Human Resources walk to promote health and in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

    Army civilian workforce runs, walks for health

    Consuelo Bardell, Darci Wilburn, Konnye Porter, Sita Grady and Kathy Davis with Fort Leonard Wood's Directorate of Human Resources walk to promote health and in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

  • The Non-Commissioned Officers Academy provided cadence callers to keep participants motivated during the 5k Civilian Fun Run/Walk Oct. 12 at Gammon Field.

    Army civilian workforce runs, walks for health

    The Non-Commissioned Officers Academy provided cadence callers to keep participants motivated during the 5k Civilian Fun Run/Walk Oct. 12 at Gammon Field.

  • Civilian employees at Fort Leonard Wood enjoy a diversion from their normal workday by walking laps at Gammon Field during the semiannual Civilian Fun Run/Walk held Oct. 12.

    Army civilian workforce runs, walks for health

    Civilian employees at Fort Leonard Wood enjoy a diversion from their normal workday by walking laps at Gammon Field during the semiannual Civilian Fun Run/Walk held Oct. 12.

  • Members of Army Community Service at Fort Leonard Wood enjoy the semiannual Civilian Fun/Run Walk Oct. 12 at Gammon Field.

    Army civilian workforce runs, walks for health

    Members of Army Community Service at Fort Leonard Wood enjoy the semiannual Civilian Fun/Run Walk Oct. 12 at Gammon Field.

  • Patrick Neubeck and his grandson, Zayne, made Friday's Civilian Fun Run/Walk a family event. The 5k event is designed to enhance morale and provides an opportunity for civilians to enjoy the benefits of working on an Army installation.

    Army civilian workforce runs, walks for health

    Patrick Neubeck and his grandson, Zayne, made Friday's Civilian Fun Run/Walk a family event. The 5k event is designed to enhance morale and provides an opportunity for civilians to enjoy the benefits of working on an Army installation.

  • Members of the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood civilian workforce run at Gammon Field Friday for the 3rd semiannual Civilian Fun Run/Walk.

    Army civilian workforce runs, walks for health

    Members of the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood civilian workforce run at Gammon Field Friday for the 3rd semiannual Civilian Fun Run/Walk.

  • More than 200 Army civilians and leaders with the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood participated in the 3rd semiannual Civilian Fun Run/Walk Oct. 12 at Gammon Field.

    Army civilian workforce runs, walks for health

    More than 200 Army civilians and leaders with the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood participated in the 3rd semiannual Civilian Fun Run/Walk Oct. 12 at Gammon Field.

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. -- More than 200 Army civilians and leaders with the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood participated in the 3rd semiannual Civilian Fun Run/Walk Oct. 12 at Gammon Field.

Dr. Rebecca Johnson, MSCoE and Fort Leonard Wood deputy to the commanding general, kicked off the event and said the goal for Fort Leonard Wood is to be the healthiest installation to live, work and play.

The 5k event is designed to enhance morale and provides an opportunity for civilians to enjoy the benefits of working on an Army installation, Capt. Joseph Bogart, Maneuver Support Center of Excellence Operations Division support operations officer, said.

We hope that the event will encourage civilian employees to make healthy lifestyle choices all year long, Bogart said.

The event is open to Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood civilian employees who are employed under the General Schedule, Non-Appropriated Fund and wage grade system.

The Non-Commissioned Officers Academy provided cadence callers to keep participants motivated, Bogart said.

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