Adam Harvey, division chief of the Turbine Drive Train Division, shows Christine Mitchell, a public affairs specialist from the Army Materiel Command, parts of a turbine engine during a May 19 visit.
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Marilyn Futrell, program specialist in the Pathways Program, speaks to members of the Army Materiel Command’s Public Affairs and Protocol offices during a tour May 19.
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ANNISTON ARMY DEPOT, Ala --Team members from the Army Materiel Command Public Affairs and Protocol offices visited Anniston Army depot last week.

The visit gave the team an opportunity to experience, firsthand, the mission of ANAD.

“We often hear and talk about the great work being done in our organic industrial base and Anniston is a huge part of that,” said Christine Mitchell, a public affairs specialist at AMC. “As public affairs specialists, it’s so great to see our workforce and actually experience what they are doing to equip the warfighter.”

During the tour, the group visited the Combat Vehicle Repair Facility, where they saw employees overhauling and repairing combat vehicles. They also toured the Turbine Engine Facility.

Team members from ANAD’s Public Affairs Office led the group on a tour of The Morning Show set and the AMC team wrapped up their visit with a tour of the Pathways Program and the Museum Support Center.

“It was really remarkable to see just how many people are involved in the mission here, and to hear how their knowledge and skillset comes together to make it all happen,” Mitchell said.