BAACH celebrates Month of the Military Child
By U.S. Army
April 25, 2019 1 / 4 Staff and children who visited their parents' workplace pose for a picture to celebrate Month of the Military Child, April 25 at Asian Garden, BAACH. VIEW ORIGINAL 2 / 4 Calvin Daula, son of Maj. John Daula, Army psychiatrist, checks his dad's heartbeat with a stethoscope. VIEW ORIGINAL 3 / 4 Chloe Jia Kim, daughter of Sgt. Duckjun Kim, joins her dad while he practices taking the oath for his reenlistment. Kim reenlisted on April 25 to continue his service in the U.S. Army. VIEW ORIGINAL 4 / 4 Serenity Haines checks the schedule for her mom, Command Sgt. Maj. Nicole Haines, the hospital's senior enlisted advisor. VIEW ORIGINAL
U.S. ARMY GARRISON -- YONGSAN, KOREA -- Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital (BAACH) held a 'Bring Your Kid To Work Day' to celebrate the Month of Military Child, April 25. Col. Andrew L. Landers, BAACH commander and staff showed appreciation for our Army kids' resiliency, strength and incredible support for the moms and dads serving in U.S. Army.
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