• Col. Marguerite Garrison, commander, U.S. Army Garrison, Fort McPherson and Fort Gillem, shows a picture of a family from the book "Happy Birthday, U.S. Army." Garrison read the book about the Army's 233 year history during the Army birthday celebration held June 11 at the Child Development Center on Fort McPherson.

    USAG commander reads to CDC children for Army Birthday

    Col. Marguerite Garrison, commander, U.S. Army Garrison, Fort McPherson and Fort Gillem, shows a picture of a family from the book "Happy Birthday, U.S. Army." Garrison read the book about the Army's 233 year history during the Army birthday...

  • Col. Marguerite Garrison, commander, U.S. Army Garrison, Fort McPherson and Fort Gillem, pauses during the reading of "Happy Birthday, U.S. Army" as students added their personal details to the story. The children related the situations in the book to events happening in their lives. "My mom wears that uniform," one child exclaimed, while another challenged him with, "My dad works with Army dogs."

    USAG Commander reads to CDC children for Army Birthday

    Col. Marguerite Garrison, commander, U.S. Army Garrison, Fort McPherson and Fort Gillem, pauses during the reading of "Happy Birthday, U.S. Army" as students added their personal details to the story. The children related the situations in the book to...

  • As the pre-kindergarten students gather about her feet, Col. Marguerite Garrison, commander, U.S. Army Garrison, reads "Happy Birthday, U.S. Army" during the Army Birthday celebration held June 11 at the Child Development Center on Fort McPherson. The book is a special story about the Army\'s 233 year history.

    USAG commander reads to CDC children for Army Birthday

    As the pre-kindergarten students gather about her feet, Col. Marguerite Garrison, commander, U.S. Army Garrison, reads "Happy Birthday, U.S. Army" during the Army Birthday celebration held June 11 at the Child Development Center on Fort McPherson. The...

  • Following the reading of "Happy Birthday, U.S. Army," students and their parents helped Garrison cut the birthday cake at Fort McPherson\'s Child Development Center.

    USAG commander reads to CDC children for Army Birthday

    Following the reading of "Happy Birthday, U.S. Army," students and their parents helped Garrison cut the birthday cake at Fort McPherson\'s Child Development Center.

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