June 12, 2008
By David San Miguel, Sentinel asst. editor
Children enjoyed the variety of games and activities including the horse back ride.
Natalie Cox, 14, daughter of Nicholas and Vanetta Cox, realtor assistant with the Directorate of Public Works, U.S. Army Garrison, became Matthew TurnerAca,!a,,cs Aca,!A"beautiful assistantAca,!A? during his magic show.
Civilwar: Union Soldier, Spc. Antonio Walton of U.S. Army Central, right, fends off a Confederate Soldier. The demonstration showcased the various conflicts Soldiers fought in during the Army's 233-year history.
Gunner Witten, 5, son of Kathy and Sgt. 1st Class Will Witten of U.S. Army Central, tests his rock-climbing skills.
Natalie Clark, 4, daughter of Fatja and Maj. Kevin Clark of the U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM), tries on an aviator helmet at the Army birthday celebration held Tuesday on Hedekin Field at Fort McPherson. The aircraft were provided by the 229th...
Sophia, Evan and Clare, 2, the Hammond Triplets, ride through the festival in style, pulled by their father Ken, chief, plans branch, operations division, U.S. Army Reserve Command. The three wore broad-brimmed hats to help brave the rising...
Lt.Col. Ken Hammond, chief, plans branch, operations division, U.S. Army Reserve Command, pulls his caravan of triplets, Sophia, Evan and Clare, 2, while his wife, Giovanna, pushes their youngest in a stroller. The family braved the rising temperatures...
Michael, 1, son of Capt. Marc Roe, aviation organizational integrator with U.S. Army Reserve Command, share a special "father-son" moment at the Army birthday celebration held Tuesday at Hedekin Field on Fort McPherson.
Sgt. 1st Class John A. Verner, "Loose Cannon" guitarist, Army Ground Forces Band, entertained the audience with a variety of tunes from "classic rock" to pop and country.
BodyTia Cole, 11, daughter of Calvin and Tanya Cole of the Legal Assistance Office, and playmate Courtney Gilliam, 11, daughter of Cheryl and Lt. Col. (Ret.) Ronald Gilliam, ride the merry-go-round, while Kendall Ingram, 9, patiently waits his turn.