Unit Representatives Prepare for the Army Emergency Relief Campaign

By Stanley JamesFebruary 21, 2024

U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Jonathan Segura, 61st Support Maintenance Company, turns in a donation and pledge form to Barbara Brown, the U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan-Casey Army Emergency Relief (AER) officer, during AER unit representative training at Casey Theater, Feb. 21, 2024. AER has provided over $2 billion of assistance to 4 million Soldiers since 1942. The program provides grants, interest-free loans, and scholarships to promote readiness and relieve financial distress of Soldiers and their families. (U.S. Army photo by Stanley James)
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Jonathan Segura, 61st Support Maintenance Company, turns in a donation and pledge form to Barbara Brown, the U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan-Casey Army Emergency Relief (AER) officer, during AER unit representative training at Casey Theater, Feb. 21, 2024. AER has provided over $2 billion of assistance to 4 million Soldiers since 1942. The program provides grants, interest-free loans, and scholarships to promote readiness and relieve financial distress of Soldiers and their families. (U.S. Army photo by Stanley James) (Photo Credit: Stanley James) VIEW ORIGINAL
Barbara Brown, the U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan-Casey Army Emergency Relief (AER) officer, gives an orientation briefing to unit representatives at Casey Theater, Feb. 21, 2024. AER has provided over $2 billion of assistance to 4 million Soldiers since 1942. The program provides grants, interest-free loans, and scholarships to promote readiness and relieve financial distress of Soldiers and their families. (U.S. Army photo by Stanley James)
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Barbara Brown, the U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan-Casey Army Emergency Relief (AER) officer, gives an orientation briefing to unit representatives at Casey Theater, Feb. 21, 2024. AER has provided over $2 billion of assistance to 4 million Soldiers since 1942. The program provides grants, interest-free loans, and scholarships to promote readiness and relieve financial distress of Soldiers and their families. (U.S. Army photo by Stanley James) (Photo Credit: Stanley James) VIEW ORIGINAL
U.S. Army Capt. Mack Ocariza, 210th Field Artillery Brigade, carries a bag of Army Emergency Relief (AER) campaign materials during a unit representative training session held at Casey Theater, Feb. 21, 2024. AER has provided over $2 billion of assistance to 4 million Soldiers since 1942. The program provides grants, interest-free loans, and scholarships to promote readiness and relieve financial distress of Soldiers and their families. (U.S. Army photo by Stanley James)
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army Capt. Mack Ocariza, 210th Field Artillery Brigade, carries a bag of Army Emergency Relief (AER) campaign materials during a unit representative training session held at Casey Theater, Feb. 21, 2024. AER has provided over $2 billion of assistance to 4 million Soldiers since 1942. The program provides grants, interest-free loans, and scholarships to promote readiness and relieve financial distress of Soldiers and their families. (U.S. Army photo by Stanley James) (Photo Credit: Stanley James) VIEW ORIGINAL

Barbara Brown, the U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan-Casey Army Emergency Relief (AER) officer, gives an orientation briefing to unit representatives at Casey Theater, Feb. 21.

AER has provided over $2 billion of assistance to 4 million Soldiers since 1942.

The program provides grants, interest-free loans, and scholarships to promote readiness and relieve financial distress of Soldiers and their families.