U.S. Army Forces Command (Forward) and U.S. Army Reserve Command Forward (Forward), Week in Review,

By Jim Hinnant, U.S. Army Forces Command Public Affairs (Forward)August 26, 2010

With the U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command Combined Headquarters Construction Project in the distance, Spec. J.W. Stover, A Company, 3rd Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, crew chief for UH60 Black Hawk "Mustang Zero-Niner-Three", awaits passenger arrival on the Main Post Polo Field, Aug. 18, 2010, at Fort Bragg, N.C. Stover, from Parris Island, S.C., wears the 82nd Airborne Division's renowned "AA" (All-American) patch on his left and right sleeves. The patch on his left sleeve means he is currently assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division; the patch on the right denotes he has served in combat as a member of the 82nd.
1 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – With the U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command Combined Headquarters Construction Project in the distance, Spec. J.W. Stover, A Company, 3rd Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, crew chief for UH60 Black Hawk "Mustang Zero-Niner-Three", awaits passenger arrival on the Main Post Polo Field, Aug. 18, 2010, at Fort Bragg, N.C. Stover, from Parris Island, S.C., wears the 82nd Airborne Division's renowned "AA" (All-American) patch on his left and right sleeves. The patch on his left sleeve means he is currently assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division; the patch on the right denotes he has served in combat as a member of the 82nd. (Photo Credit: Jim Hinnant, U.S. Army Forces Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Gregg Stoneham, office engineer, Hensel Phelps Construction Co., and Brenda Schwelling, a civil engineer with the FORSCOM Site Office of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, check final details of landscaping, signage and entrance/exit hardware at a nearly complete support facilty, Aug. 20, 2010, at Fort Bragg, N.C.
2 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Gregg Stoneham, office engineer, Hensel Phelps Construction Co., and Brenda Schwelling, a civil engineer with the FORSCOM Site Office of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, check final details of landscaping, signage and entrance/exit hardware at a nearly complete support facilty, Aug. 20, 2010, at Fort Bragg, N.C. (Photo Credit: Jim Hinnant, U.S. Army Forces Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Aerial view of the front of the U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command Combined Headquarters Construction Project, taken from a U.S. Army, UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, Aug. 18 2010. The building is approximately 70 percent complete and on schedule for delivery to the U.S. Army, June 21, 2011.
3 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Aerial view of the front of the U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command Combined Headquarters Construction Project, taken from a U.S. Army, UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, Aug. 18 2010. The building is approximately 70 percent complete and on schedule for delivery to the U.S. Army, June 21, 2011. (Photo Credit: Jim Hinnant, U.S. Army Forces Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Aerial view of the rear of the U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command Combined Headquarters Construction Project, taken from a U.S. Army, UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, Aug. 18 2010. The building is approximately 70 percent complete and on schedule for delivery to the U.S. Army, June 21, 2011.
4 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Aerial view of the rear of the U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command Combined Headquarters Construction Project, taken from a U.S. Army, UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, Aug. 18 2010. The building is approximately 70 percent complete and on schedule for delivery to the U.S. Army, June 21, 2011. (Photo Credit: Jim Hinnant, U.S. Army Forces Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Ronna Garrett, Officer-in-Charge, U.S. Army Forces Command (Forward), Fort Bragg, N.C. discusses an issue with Sgt. Maj. Joseph C. Harris, FORSCOM (Forward) sergeant major, during the first leader's meeting at the command's forward location, Aug. 16, 2010.  Garrett and other members of the FORSCOM "Torch Party" arrived in early August and have begun the working of preparing for the arrival of the command's advanced echelon in Oct. 2010.
5 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Ronna Garrett, Officer-in-Charge, U.S. Army Forces Command (Forward), Fort Bragg, N.C. discusses an issue with Sgt. Maj. Joseph C. Harris, FORSCOM (Forward) sergeant major, during the first leader's meeting at the command's forward location, Aug. 16, 2010. Garrett and other members of the FORSCOM "Torch Party" arrived in early August and have begun the working of preparing for the arrival of the command's advanced echelon in Oct. 2010. (Photo Credit: Jim Hinnant, U.S. Army Forces Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Jenny Newsome, a management analyst with U.S. Army Forces Command, sorts through documents as she unpacks and settles into her new work station as a member of the FORSCOM "Torch Party" at Fort Bragg, N.C.  Newsome and other members of the Torch element began arriving in early August, and are working out of temporary offices in the Old Bowley School adjacent to the new FORSCOM/U.S. Army Reserve Command headquarters that is under construction and set for completion in June 2011.
6 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Jenny Newsome, a management analyst with U.S. Army Forces Command, sorts through documents as she unpacks and settles into her new work station as a member of the FORSCOM "Torch Party" at Fort Bragg, N.C. Newsome and other members of the Torch element began arriving in early August, and are working out of temporary offices in the Old Bowley School adjacent to the new FORSCOM/U.S. Army Reserve Command headquarters that is under construction and set for completion in June 2011. (Photo Credit: Jim Hinnant, U.S. Army Forces Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
(L) Dennis Sundell, U.S. Army Forces Command Human Resources Division's Plans, Programs and Manpower Branch chief, talks over relocation issues, Aug. 17, 2010, with Jeff Cooper, a contract specialist with U.S. Army Materiel Command, who is assigned to the Contracting Support Element at FORSCOM headquarters.  Sundell and Cooper are both members of the FORSCOM "Torch Party" at Fort Bragg, N.C., and are helping set the conditions for a successful October arrival of the Command's advance echelon, in accordance with the Base Realignment and Closure legislation of 2005.
7 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – (L) Dennis Sundell, U.S. Army Forces Command Human Resources Division's Plans, Programs and Manpower Branch chief, talks over relocation issues, Aug. 17, 2010, with Jeff Cooper, a contract specialist with U.S. Army Materiel Command, who is assigned to the Contracting Support Element at FORSCOM headquarters. Sundell and Cooper are both members of the FORSCOM "Torch Party" at Fort Bragg, N.C., and are helping set the conditions for a successful October arrival of the Command's advance echelon, in accordance with the Base Realignment and Closure legislation of 2005. (Photo Credit: Jim Hinnant, U.S. Army Forces Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Carlton Mudd, a commercial painter with Burrell Painting Co. of Fayetteville, N.C., uses a compressed air sprayer to apply a coat of paint to the fascia and gutters at Old Bowley School, Fort Bragg, N.C. The former elementary school is being renovated to serve as temporary office space for the headquarters staffs of U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command, as they relocate to Fort Bragg from Fort McPherson, Ga. as directed by the Base Realignment and Closure legislation of 2005. Burrell Painting is one of several small local and regional firms working on the site, which has a direct, positive effect on the area's economy.
8 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Carlton Mudd, a commercial painter with Burrell Painting Co. of Fayetteville, N.C., uses a compressed air sprayer to apply a coat of paint to the fascia and gutters at Old Bowley School, Fort Bragg, N.C. The former elementary school is being renovated to serve as temporary office space for the headquarters staffs of U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command, as they relocate to Fort Bragg from Fort McPherson, Ga. as directed by the Base Realignment and Closure legislation of 2005. Burrell Painting is one of several small local and regional firms working on the site, which has a direct, positive effect on the area's economy. (Photo Credit: Jim Hinnant, U.S. Army Forces Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORSCOM/USARC Department of The Army Guards pose for a 20 Aug. 2010, photo at Ft Bragg, N.C. Pictured are officers (L-R) top - Eric James, CPT Ron Turner, Anthony Bannerman and Tommie Barnes; middle - Anthony Singletary and Kennedy Welch; bottom - Adam Harrington and Michael Meskill
9 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORSCOM/USARC Department of The Army Guards pose for a 20 Aug. 2010, photo at Ft Bragg, N.C. Pictured are officers (L-R) top - Eric James, CPT Ron Turner, Anthony Bannerman and Tommie Barnes; middle - Anthony Singletary and Kennedy Welch; bottom - Adam Harrington and Michael Meskill (Photo Credit: Jim Hinnant, U.S. Army Forces Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Environmental stewardship is part of the plan for the U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command Combined headquarters project at Fort Bragg, N.C. In this August 20, 2010 photo a sign designating parking spaces as reserved for "Energy efficient and van and carpool vehicles" is evident.  The new headquarters is being built to achieve the "Silver Standard" for new construction in accordance with the U.S. Green Business Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification program.
10 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Environmental stewardship is part of the plan for the U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command Combined headquarters project at Fort Bragg, N.C. In this August 20, 2010 photo a sign designating parking spaces as reserved for "Energy efficient and van and carpool vehicles" is evident. The new headquarters is being built to achieve the "Silver Standard" for new construction in accordance with the U.S. Green Business Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification program. (Photo Credit: Jim Hinnant, U.S. Army Forces Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL

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