Fort Sam senior leaders share meals with wounded warriors, families

By Staff Sgt. Corey Baltos, Army North PAONovember 27, 2013

FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Col. Kyle Campbell, commander, Brooke Army Medical Center, serves ham to guests during a Thanksgiving meal Nov. 20 at the Warrior and Family Support Center. The annual event was hosted by the Warrior Transition Battalion and the WFSC for the wounded warriors and their families. Campbell, along with other senior leaders from the WTB and various commands at Fort Sam Houston, helped serve the meal to more than 460 guests.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Col. Kyle Campbell, commander, Brooke Army Medical Center, serves ham to guests during a Thanksgiving meal Nov. 20 at the Warrior and Family Support Center. The annual event was hosted by the Warrior Transition Battalion and the WFSC for the wounded warriors and their families. Campbell, along with other senior leaders from the WTB and various commands at Fort Sam Houston, helped serve the meal to more than 460 guests. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Corey Baltos, Army North PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Commanders and first sergeants from the Warrior Transition Battalion, along with senior leaders from various commands at Fort Sam Houston, serve a Thanksgiving meal to wounded warriors and their families Nov. 20 in the courtyard of the Warrior and Family Support Center. The annual event was hosted by the WTB and WFSC. Maj. Joshua Daily, executive officer for the WTB, said more than 460 people were served. The thanksgiving meal this year was turkey, ham, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and pumpkin and pecan pie.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Commanders and first sergeants from the Warrior Transition Battalion, along with senior leaders from various commands at Fort Sam Houston, serve a Thanksgiving meal to wounded warriors and their families Nov. 20 in the courtyard of the Warrior and Family Support Center. The annual event was hosted by the WTB and WFSC. Maj. Joshua Daily, executive officer for the WTB, said more than 460 people were served. The thanksgiving meal this year was turkey, ham, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and pumpkin and pecan pie. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Corey Baltos, Army North PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Command Sgt. Maj. William O'Neal II, senior enlisted leader for U.S. Army Dental Command, places a roll on a Soldier's plate during a Thanksgiving meal served Nov. 20 at the Warrior and Family Support Center. Volunteers cooked 46 turkeys, hams and other holiday delicacies through the night to prepare for the event. The event was hosted by the Warrior Transition Battalion and the WFSC, and senior leaders from the WTB and various commands at Fort Sam Houston helped serve the meal.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Command Sgt. Maj. William O'Neal II, senior enlisted leader for U.S. Army Dental Command, places a roll on a Soldier's plate during a Thanksgiving meal served Nov. 20 at the Warrior and Family Support Center. Volunteers cooked 46 turkeys, hams and other holiday delicacies through the night to prepare for the event. The event was hosted by the Warrior Transition Battalion and the WFSC, and senior leaders from the WTB and various commands at Fort Sam Houston helped serve the meal. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Corey Baltos, Army North PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL

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