PHOTO: Slow and steady --
By Master Sgt. Kenneth Brian Hamilton (Human Resources Command)
June 17, 2019 1 / 1 Soldiers, civilians, and family members with U.S. Army Human Resources Command participated in a Turtle Walk at Fort Knox June 15, 2019, to build esprit de corps and encourage command fitness. VIEW ORIGINAL
Soldiers, civilians, and family members with U.S. Army Human Resources Command participated in a Turtle Walk at Fort Knox June 15, 2019, to build esprit de corps and encourage command fitness.
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