Col. Eric D. Zimmerman, commander, Army Field Support Center (AFSC), addresses attendees of the formal dining out ceremony commemorating the AFSC's 50th anniversary at Linthicum Heights, Maryland, July 10. Zimmerman thanked the attending Soldiers, officers, civilians and their Families for their contribution to the unit's history and charged them with continuing to build a legacy for which they can all be proud. The dining out ceremony was adopted by the U.S. military during the first and second world wars when U.S. service members took part in and adopted similar ceremonies used by the British military. The AFSC, a major subordinate command of the Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), headquartered at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, provides specialized operational, administrative and personnel management support to Department of the Army and other Department of Defense Services and Agencies as directed.

The Army Field Support Center: Fifty Years of Service Through Teamwork

The Army Field Support Center (AFSC), a major subordinate command of the Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), celebrates its 50th anniversary this month....READ MORE

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