FORT LEE, Va. — U.S. Army Gen. Paul Funk II, commanding general, Training and Doctrine Command, visited Task Force Eagle Aug. 5, touring facilities used in support of Operation Allies Refuge. He also paid a visit to Army Logistics University.

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U.S. Army Gen. Paul Funk II, commanding general, Training and Doctrine Command, gets a brief on the layout of the IHG facilities housing Afghan Special Immigrant Visa applicants as part of Operation Allies Refuge, Aug. 5, 2021 at Ft. Lee, Virginia. The Department of Defense, in support of the Department of State, is providing transportation and temporary housing for Afghan special immigrant applicants recently relocated to the United States to complete the final steps of the immigration process. This initiative follows through on America's commitment to Afghan citizens who have helped the United States, and provides them essential support at secure locations outside Afghanistan, where they and their families can complete the Special Immigrant Visa process safely. (Photo Credit: TOM_BURCHAM) VIEW ORIGINAL

The Department of Defense, in support of the Department of State, is providing transportation and temporary housing for Afghan special immigrant applicants recently relocated to the United States to complete the final steps of the immigration process.

TRADOC CG visits OAR
U.S. Army Gen. Paul Funk II, commanding general, Training and Doctrine Command, awards a coin of excellence to MAJ Brian Turner for exemplary support during Operation Allies Refuge Aug. 5, 2021 on Ft. Lee, Virginia. The Department of Defense, in support of the Department of State, is providing transportation and temporary housing for Afghan special immigrant applicants recently relocated to the United States to complete the final steps of the immigration process. This initiative follows through on America's commitment to Afghan citizens who have helped the United States, and provides them essential support at secure locations outside Afghanistan, where they and their families can complete the Special Immigrant Visa process safely.(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Cody Nelson) (Photo Credit: Spc. Cody; Nelson) VIEW ORIGINAL

This initiative follows through on America's commitment to Afghan citizens who have helped the United States, and provides them essential support at secure locations outside Afghanistan, where they and their families can complete the Special Immigrant Visa process safely.

U.S. Army Gen. Paul Funk II, commanding general, Training and Doctrine Command, speaks to a class at Army Logistics University Aug. 5, 2021 at Ft. Lee, Virginia.  The same day, he also observed operations of Task Force Eagle, in support of Operation Allies Refuge. The Department of Defense, in support of the Department of State, is providing transportation and temporary housing for Afghan special immigrant applicants recently relocated to the United States to complete the final steps of the immigration process. This initiative follows through on America's commitment to Afghan citizens who have helped the United States, and provides them essential support at secure locations outside Afghanistan, where they and their families can complete the Special Immigrant Visa process safely.
U.S. Army Gen. Paul Funk II, commanding general, Training and Doctrine Command, speaks to a class at Army Logistics University Aug. 5, 2021 at Ft. Lee, Virginia. The same day, he also observed operations of Task Force Eagle, in support of Operation Allies Refuge. The Department of Defense, in support of the Department of State, is providing transportation and temporary housing for Afghan special immigrant applicants recently relocated to the United States to complete the final steps of the immigration process. This initiative follows through on America's commitment to Afghan citizens who have helped the United States, and provides them essential support at secure locations outside Afghanistan, where they and their families can complete the Special Immigrant Visa process safely. (Photo Credit: TOM_BURCHAM) VIEW ORIGINAL