'Fort Sam's Own' joins community for 238th Army Birthday

By Sgt. Lee Ezzell, U.S. Army NorthJune 17, 2013

SAN ANTONIO - Members of the "Cat 5" brass ensemble, made up of members of the 323rd Army Band "Fort Sam's Own," play traditional patriotic songs June 14 while employees and guests gather for the 238th Army Birthday Celebration at USAA headquarters in San Antonio.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – SAN ANTONIO - Members of the "Cat 5" brass ensemble, made up of members of the 323rd Army Band "Fort Sam's Own," play traditional patriotic songs June 14 while employees and guests gather for the 238th Army Birthday Celebration at USAA headquarters in San Antonio. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Lee Ezzell, U.S. Army North) VIEW ORIGINAL
SAN ANTONIO - Spc. Rebecca Bainbridge (left), French horn, and Sgt. Tiffany Woods, trumpet, perform the national anthem with the "Cat 5" brass ensemble, made up of members from the 323rd Army Band "Fort Sam's Own," June 14 during the 238th Army Birthday Celebration at USAA headquarters in San Antonio, while employees and guests salute the flag.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – SAN ANTONIO - Spc. Rebecca Bainbridge (left), French horn, and Sgt. Tiffany Woods, trumpet, perform the national anthem with the "Cat 5" brass ensemble, made up of members from the 323rd Army Band "Fort Sam's Own," June 14 during the 238th Army Birthday Celebration at USAA headquarters in San Antonio, while employees and guests salute the flag. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Lee Ezzell, U.S. Army North ) VIEW ORIGINAL
SAN ANTONIO - Retired Army Lt. Col. Gary Pasierb, representing the oldest Soldier at 65 years old, cuts the cake for the 238th Army Birthday Celebration June 14 while Cadet Anthony Eshareturi, representing the youngest Soldier at 23 years old, looks on at USAA Headquarters in San Antonio.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – SAN ANTONIO - Retired Army Lt. Col. Gary Pasierb, representing the oldest Soldier at 65 years old, cuts the cake for the 238th Army Birthday Celebration June 14 while Cadet Anthony Eshareturi, representing the youngest Soldier at 23 years old, looks on at USAA Headquarters in San Antonio. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Lee Ezzell, U.S. Army North) VIEW ORIGINAL
SAN ANTONIO - Retired Master Sgt. Todd Nelson, keynote speaker, addresses the audience about what it means to serve his country and be a Soldier for Life during the 238th Army Birthday Celebration June 14 at USAA headquarters in San Antonio.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – SAN ANTONIO - Retired Master Sgt. Todd Nelson, keynote speaker, addresses the audience about what it means to serve his country and be a Soldier for Life during the 238th Army Birthday Celebration June 14 at USAA headquarters in San Antonio. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Lee Ezzell, U.S. Army North) VIEW ORIGINAL