Fort Jackson senior leaders complete walking town hall
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Brig. Gen. Patrick R. Michaelis, Fort Jackson commanding general, and Col. Ryan Hanson, garrison commander, walked through Family Housing May 25 with directorate senior leaders during a walking town hall. The troupe talked with housing residents to address any concerns they had with Michaelis and Hanson directly. The senior leaders took notes to return to their departments to address resident’s concerns. The walking town hall is conducted frequently to talk to residents that are unable to attend the monthly in-person town halls due to family commitments or those who are primary care givers to those unable to travel outside the home. (Photo Credit: Thomas Byrd) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort Jackson senior leaders complete walking town hall
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Brig. Gen. Patrick R. Michaelis, Fort Jackson commanding general, and Col. Ryan Hanson, garrison commander, walked through Family Housing May 25 with directorate senior leaders during a walking town hall. The troupe talked with housing residents to address any concerns they had with Michaelis and Hanson directly. The senior leaders took notes to return to their departments to address resident’s concerns. The walking town hall is conducted frequently to talk to residents that are unable to attend the monthly in-person town halls due to family commitments or those who are primary care givers to those unable to travel outside the home. (Photo Credit: Thomas Byrd) VIEW ORIGINAL

Brig. Gen. Patrick R. Michaelis, Fort Jackson commanding general, and Col. Ryan Hanson, garrison commander, walked through Family Housing May 25 with directorate senior leaders during a walking town hall.

The troupe talked with housing residents to address any concerns they had with Michaelis and Hanson directly. The senior leaders took notes to return to their departments to address resident’s concerns.

The walking town hall is conducted frequently to talk to residents that are unable to attend the monthly in-person town halls due to family commitments or those who are primary care givers to those unable to travel outside the home.

The next in-person Community Information Town Hall is scheduled for June 10 at the NCO Club. Doors will open at 11:30.