Secretary of the Army visits Master Resilience Training

By Staff Sgt. Matthew E. CliftonApril 13, 2010

Secretary of the Army John McHugh addresses students at the Army's Master Resilience Training course held at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia,  April 13.  The Army opened its own training facility at Fort Jackson, S.C., last week, and is on track to graduate 1,800 Master Resilience Trainers by the end of the year.
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Secretary of the Army John McHugh addresses students at the Army's Master Resilience Training course held at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia,  April 13.  The Army opened its own training facility at Fort Jackson, S.C., last week, and is on track to graduate 1800 Master Resilience Trainers by the end of the year.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Secretary of the Army John McHugh addresses students at the Army's Master Resilience Training course held at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, April 13. The Army opened its own training facility at Fort Jackson, S.C., last week, and is on track to graduate 1800 Master Resilience Trainers by the end of the year. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Matthew E. Clifton) VIEW ORIGINAL
Secretary of the Army John McHugh looks at a book presented to him by the author, Dr. Karen Reivich, left, during his visit to observe the Army's Master Resilience Training course run by the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, April 13. Dr. Martin Seligman, right, is the director of the Positive Psychology Center, which worked with the Army to develop Master Resilience Training.   The Army opened its own training facility at Fort Jackson, S.C., last week, and is on track to graduate 1,800 Master Resilience Trainers by the end of the year.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Secretary of the Army John McHugh looks at a book presented to him by the author, Dr. Karen Reivich, left, during his visit to observe the Army's Master Resilience Training course run by the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, April 13. Dr. Martin Seligman, right, is the director of the Positive Psychology Center, which worked with the Army to develop Master Resilience Training. The Army opened its own training facility at Fort Jackson, S.C., last week, and is on track to graduate 1,800 Master Resilience Trainers by the end of the year. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Matthew E. Clifton) VIEW ORIGINAL