Keller recognizes, celebrates the Army Birthday
By Mr. Robert K Lanier (Regional Health CommandAtlantic)
June 14, 2018 1 / 2 A close-up of the Army Birthday cake at Keller. VIEW ORIGINAL 2 / 2 The most junior staff member, at Keller, Pfc. David Hoover (left), a laboratory student, and the most senior staff member, Col. Ronald Moruzzi, Chief, Behavior Health Dept., cut the Army Birthday cake. VIEW ORIGINAL
Command and staff at Keller Army Community Hospital celebrated the 243rd Birthday of the U.S. Army with a ceremonial cake cutting. Col. Eric B. Sones, Hospital Commander, provided opening remarks. As is tradition -- at Keller -- the cake was cut by the most senior staff member and the most junior staff member.
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