IMCOM-Pacific cuts a cake to commemorate 19th anniversary
The U.S. Army Installation Management Command – Pacific team celebrated nearly two decades sustaining, supporting and sustaining Soldiers, Families and Civilians at U.S. Army Garrisons across the Pacific in a brief ceremony from IMCOM-Pacific Headquarters at Fort Shafter, Hawaii on October 7, 2021. IMCOM-Pacific’s Director, Craig Deatrick, and IMCOM-Pacific Command Sgt. Maj. Jason Copeland cut a cake to commemorate the activation of the Pacific Region Office of Installation Management Agency on October 7, 2002. “We have changed and grown over the years, but our mission to support Army installations is as important as it has ever been…” said Deatrick. The COVID-19 compliant ceremony was broadcast to the IMCOM-Pacific workforce via Microsoft Teams and the cake was made available with appropriate social distancing. (Photo Credit: R. Slade Walters) VIEW ORIGINAL

The U.S. Army Installation Management Command – Pacific team celebrated nearly two decades sustaining, supporting and sustaining Soldiers, Families and Civilians at U.S. Army Garrisons across the Pacific in a brief ceremony from IMCOM-Pacific Headquarters at Fort Shafter, Hawaii on October 7, 2021. IMCOM-Pacific’s Director, Craig Deatrick, and IMCOM-Pacific Command Sgt. Maj. Jason Copeland cut a cake to commemorate the activation of the Pacific Region Office of Installation Management Agency on October 7, 2002. “We have changed and grown over the years, but our mission to support Army installations is as important as it has ever been…” said Deatrick. The COVID-19 compliant ceremony was broadcast to the IMCOM-Pacific workforce via Microsoft Teams and the cake was made available with appropriate social distancing.