JTF-National Scout Jamboree

By Joint Task Force - National Scout Jamboree Public AffairsJuly 29, 2010

Fort A.P. Hill,Va.- In preparation for the 2010 National Scout Jamboree, a Black Hawk UH-60 prepares to collect water, in a "Bambi bucket," from Thunder Lake July 23, as part of a simulated exercise intended to prepare emergency responders for real life fires. The crew of the helicopter is part of Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree. Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree plans and executes all DoD operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree on Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF\'s goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation's youth.
1 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort A.P. Hill,Va.- In preparation for the 2010 National Scout Jamboree, a Black Hawk UH-60 prepares to collect water, in a "Bambi bucket," from Thunder Lake July 23, as part of a simulated exercise intended to prepare emergency responders for real life fires. The crew of the helicopter is part of Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree. Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree plans and executes all DoD operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree on Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF\'s goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation's youth. (Photo Credit: Air Force Airman 1st Class Rachelle Elsea) VIEW ORIGINAL
Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Nolan, Joint Task Force-National Scout Jamboree commander, showcases the “photo of the day” alongside Scout leaders at the Boy Scouts of America’s National Scout Jamboree opening flag ceremony in the Heth Area’s Court of Flags July 27. The BSA held a ceremonial “Reveille,” complete with flag raisings by Boy Scouts and music from the Rhode Island 88th Army Band.
2 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Nolan, Joint Task Force-National Scout Jamboree commander, showcases the “photo of the day” alongside Scout leaders at the Boy Scouts of America’s National Scout Jamboree opening flag ceremony in the Heth Area’s Court of Flags July 27. The BSA held a ceremonial “Reveille,” complete with flag raisings by Boy Scouts and music from the Rhode Island 88th Army Band. (Photo Credit: Army Sgt. Marie Adams) VIEW ORIGINAL
U.S. Army Lt. Col John W. Haefner, Fort A.P. Hill commander, his son Luke, and U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Nolan, Joint Task Force-National Scout Jamboree commander, salute the colors as the Rhode Island 88th Army Band performs at the Boy Scouts of America’s National Scout Jamboree opening flag ceremony in the Heth Area’s Court of Flags July 27. The BSA held a ceremonial “Reveille,” complete with flag raisings by Boy Scouts.
3 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army Lt. Col John W. Haefner, Fort A.P. Hill commander, his son Luke, and U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Nolan, Joint Task Force-National Scout Jamboree commander, salute the colors as the Rhode Island 88th Army Band performs at the Boy Scouts of America’s National Scout Jamboree opening flag ceremony in the Heth Area’s Court of Flags July 27. The BSA held a ceremonial “Reveille,” complete with flag raisings by Boy Scouts. (Photo Credit: Army Sgt. Marie Adams) VIEW ORIGINAL

U.S. Army Lt. Col John W. Haefner, Fort A.P. Hill commander, and his son Luke pose for a photo with U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Nolan, Joint Task Force-National Scout Jamboree commander, in the VIP tent at the Boy Scouts of America’s National Scout Jamboree opening flag ceremony in the Heth Area’s Court of Flags July 27. The BSA held a ceremonial “Reveille,” complete with flag raisings by Boy Scouts and music from the Rhode Island 88th Army Band.
4 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army Lt. Col John W. Haefner, Fort A.P. Hill commander, and his son Luke pose for a photo with U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Nolan, Joint Task Force-National Scout Jamboree commander, in the VIP tent at the Boy Scouts of America’s National Scout Jamboree opening flag ceremony in the Heth Area’s Court of Flags July 27. The BSA held a ceremonial “Reveille,” complete with flag raisings by Boy Scouts and music from the Rhode Island 88th Army Band. (Photo Credit: Army Sgt. Marie Adams) VIEW ORIGINAL

U.S. Army Lt. Col John W. Haefner, Fort A.P. Hill commander, and his son Luke pose for a photo with U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Nolan, Joint Task Force-National Scout Jamboree commander, in the VIP tent at the Boy Scouts of America’s National Scout Jamboree opening flag ceremony in the Heth Area’s Court of Flags July 27. The BSA held a ceremonial “Reveille,” complete with flag raisings by Boy Scouts and music from the Rhode Island 88th Army Band.
5 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army Lt. Col John W. Haefner, Fort A.P. Hill commander, and his son Luke pose for a photo with U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Nolan, Joint Task Force-National Scout Jamboree commander, in the VIP tent at the Boy Scouts of America’s National Scout Jamboree opening flag ceremony in the Heth Area’s Court of Flags July 27. The BSA held a ceremonial “Reveille,” complete with flag raisings by Boy Scouts and music from the Rhode Island 88th Army Band. (Photo Credit: Joint Task Force - National Scout Jamboree Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT A.P. HILLS, Va. - Maj. Gen. Arthur M. Bartell, Commander, U.S. Army Cadet Command, meets and greets scouts at the National Scout Jamboree July 28, 2010 by the Army ROTC exhibit. Maj. Gen. Bartell shared his experiences of being an Eagle Scout and being an Army officer, encouraging the scouts to do their best in all their endeavors.
6 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT A.P. HILLS, Va. - Maj. Gen. Arthur M. Bartell, Commander, U.S. Army Cadet Command, meets and greets scouts at the National Scout Jamboree July 28, 2010 by the Army ROTC exhibit. Maj. Gen. Bartell shared his experiences of being an Eagle Scout and being an Army officer, encouraging the scouts to do their best in all their endeavors. (Photo Credit: Army Photo by Spc. Gregory Williams) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort A.P. Hill,Va.-  U.S. Army Private First Class Max Janusz, 569 dive, helps a Boy Scouts of America representative off of a zip line at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree. JTF-NSJ plans and executes all Department of Defense operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF's goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation’s youth.
7 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort A.P. Hill,Va.- U.S. Army Private First Class Max Janusz, 569 dive, helps a Boy Scouts of America representative off of a zip line at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree. JTF-NSJ plans and executes all Department of Defense operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF's goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation’s youth. (Photo Credit: Air Force Airman 1st Class Paul Labbe) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort A.P. Hill,Va.-  U.S. Army Drill Sergeant Carico Leak, Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree, motivates  a scout while performing push-ups at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree.  JTF-NSJ plans and executes all Department of Defense operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF's goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation’s youth.
8 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort A.P. Hill,Va.- U.S. Army Drill Sergeant Carico Leak, Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree, motivates a scout while performing push-ups at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree. JTF-NSJ plans and executes all Department of Defense operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF's goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation’s youth. (Photo Credit: Air Force Airman 1st Class Paul Labbe) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort A.P. Hill,Va.-  U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Christopher Varner, Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree, supervises a scout scaling a rock wall at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree. JTF-NSJ plans and executes all Department of Defense operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF's goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation’s youth.
9 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort A.P. Hill,Va.- U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Christopher Varner, Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree, supervises a scout scaling a rock wall at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree. JTF-NSJ plans and executes all Department of Defense operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF's goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation’s youth. (Photo Credit: Air Force Airman 1st Class Paul Labbe) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort A.P. Hill,Va.-  U.S. Army Drill Sergeant Carico Leak, Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree, motivates  a scout while performing pull-ups at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree. JTF-NSJ plans and executes all Department of Defense operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF's goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation’s youth.
10 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort A.P. Hill,Va.- U.S. Army Drill Sergeant Carico Leak, Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree, motivates a scout while performing pull-ups at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree. JTF-NSJ plans and executes all Department of Defense operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF's goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation’s youth. (Photo Credit: Air Force Airman 1st Class Paul Labbe) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT A.P. HILL, Va. -- U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Nolan, Joint Task Force-National Scout Jamboree commander, greets military personnel supporting the Boy Scouts of America’s 2010 National Scout Jamboree July 25. Active duty, reserve and National Guard service members from all five branches of the armed forces will provide support for the Jamboree, which runs from July 26 through Aug. 4. The JTF’s goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and a secure environment for Scouts and leaders during the event.  The Department of Defense’s presence and effort at the NSJ emphasizes the commitment to the nation’s youth.
11 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT A.P. HILL, Va. -- U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Nolan, Joint Task Force-National Scout Jamboree commander, greets military personnel supporting the Boy Scouts of America’s 2010 National Scout Jamboree July 25. Active duty, reserve and National Guard service members from all five branches of the armed forces will provide support for the Jamboree, which runs from July 26 through Aug. 4. The JTF’s goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and a secure environment for Scouts and leaders during the event. The Department of Defense’s presence and effort at the NSJ emphasizes the commitment to the nation’s youth. (Photo Credit: Air Force Airman 1st Class Paul Labbe) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort A.P. Hill,Va.- In preparation for the 2010 National Scout Jamboree, a Black Hawk UH-60 prepares to releases water from a "Bambi bucket," into Thunder Lake July 23, as part of a simulated exercise intended to prepare emergency responders for real life fires. The crew of the helicopter is part of Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree. Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree plans and executes all DoD operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF\'s goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation's youth.
12 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort A.P. Hill,Va.- In preparation for the 2010 National Scout Jamboree, a Black Hawk UH-60 prepares to releases water from a "Bambi bucket," into Thunder Lake July 23, as part of a simulated exercise intended to prepare emergency responders for real life fires. The crew of the helicopter is part of Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree. Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree plans and executes all DoD operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF\'s goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation's youth. (Photo Credit: Air Force Airman 1st Class Rachelle Elsea) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort A.P. Hill,Va.- In preparation for the 2010 National Scout Jamboree, a Black Hawk UH-60 prepares to collect water, in a "Bambi bucket," from Thunder Lake July 23, as part of a simulated exercise intended to prepare emergency responders for real life fires. The crew of the helicopter is part of Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree. Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree plans and executes all DoD operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF\'s goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation's youth.
13 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort A.P. Hill,Va.- In preparation for the 2010 National Scout Jamboree, a Black Hawk UH-60 prepares to collect water, in a "Bambi bucket," from Thunder Lake July 23, as part of a simulated exercise intended to prepare emergency responders for real life fires. The crew of the helicopter is part of Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree. Joint Task Force National Scout Jamboree plans and executes all DoD operations and activities in support of the Boy Scouts of America at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Ft. A.P. Hill. The JTF\'s goal is to provide professional military support and a safe and secure environment for Scouts and visitors during the event. DoD's presence and effort at the Jamboree emphasizes commitment to the nation's youth. (Photo Credit: Air Force Airman 1st Class Rachelle Elsea) VIEW ORIGINAL
Army Lt. Col John W. Haefner, Fort A.P. Hill commander, his son Luke, pose for a photo with Jim Barbieri, Boy Scouts of America National Scout Jamboree VIP chairman, during the BSA’s NSJ July 27. Colonel Haefner spent the morning touring the Southern Region of the Jamboree.
14 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Army Lt. Col John W. Haefner, Fort A.P. Hill commander, his son Luke, pose for a photo with Jim Barbieri, Boy Scouts of America National Scout Jamboree VIP chairman, during the BSA’s NSJ July 27. Colonel Haefner spent the morning touring the Southern Region of the Jamboree. (Photo Credit: Army Sgt. Marie Adams) VIEW ORIGINAL
Army Lt. Col John W. Haefner, Fort A.P. Hill commander, his son Luke, pose for a photo with Jim Barbieri, Boy Scouts of America National Scout Jamboree VIP chairman, during the BSA’s NSJ July 27. Colonel Haefner spent the morning touring the Southern Region of the Jamboree.
15 / 15 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Army Lt. Col John W. Haefner, Fort A.P. Hill commander, his son Luke, pose for a photo with Jim Barbieri, Boy Scouts of America National Scout Jamboree VIP chairman, during the BSA’s NSJ July 27. Colonel Haefner spent the morning touring the Southern Region of the Jamboree. (Photo Credit: Joint Task Force - National Scout Jamboree Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL