Installation honors military children with parade
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Hunter Army Airfield community celebrated the kick off to Month of the Military Child with a neighborhood parade that ran through the Family hous­ing neighborhoods, April 1. Army Community Service, Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers and the Department of Emergency Services were a few of the many organizations that participated in this community event set to rec­ognize and celebrate the resilience of military children across Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield. (Photo Credit: Daniel Malta) VIEW ORIGINAL
Installation honors military children with parade
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Military children, Charlotte, Hailey, Ethan and Michael, pose with their prizes collected during the Month of the Military Child parade, April 9 on Fort Stewart, Georgia. Parade participants tossed out commemorative t-shirts, candy and art supplies during the afternoon parade that visited each of the Fort Stewart Family Housing areas. (Photo Credit: Molly Cooke) VIEW ORIGINAL
Installation honors military children with parade
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Captain America poses with a Family in the Liberty Woods housing area during the Month of the Military Child Parade, April 9 on Fort Stewart, Georgia. (Photo Credit: Molly Cooke) VIEW ORIGINAL
Installation honors military children with parade
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A Family waves to superhero characters as they pass by their car during a Month of the Military Child parade hosted by Child and Youth Services, April 9 on Fort Stewart, Georgia. In addition to super heroes, the parade included various Garrison entities such as the Department of Fire Emergency Services, Balfour Beatty Communities and Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation staff members. (Photo Credit: Molly Cooke) VIEW ORIGINAL