Fort Drum Army Community Covenant Ceremony

By Jason Cutshaw, Fort Drum Public Affairs OfficeMay 10, 2008

Secretary of the Army Pete Geren speaks with members of the Watertown, N.Y., media following the signing of the Army Community Covenant May 9, 2008, which reaffirms the Fort Drum region's commitment to support Soldiers and their Families.
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Secretary of the Army Pete Geren speaks with members of the Watertown, N.Y., media following the signing of the Army Community Covenant May 9, 2008, which reaffirms the Fort Drum region's commitment to support Soldiers and their Families. (Photo Credit: Jason Cutshaw, Fort Drum Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL
During the Army Community Covenant ceremony in Watertown, N.Y., May 9, 2008, members of the Fort Drum area sign a banner which will be displayed in the 10th Mountain Division headquarters in Iraq. The division headquarters recently departed Fort Drum to begin a planned 15-month deployment to southern Iraq. Army Secretary Pete Geren participated in the signing of the Army Community Covenant signifying the commitment of northern New York communities to continue their tradition of strong support to Fort Drum Soldiers and their Families.
2 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – During the Army Community Covenant ceremony in Watertown, N.Y., May 9, 2008, members of the Fort Drum area sign a banner which will be displayed in the 10th Mountain Division headquarters in Iraq. The division headquarters recently departed Fort Drum to begin a planned 15-month deployment to southern Iraq. Army Secretary Pete Geren participated in the signing of the Army Community Covenant signifying the commitment of northern New York communities to continue their tradition of strong support to Fort Drum Soldiers and their Families. (Photo Credit: Jason Cutshaw, Fort Drum Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL
The son of a Fort Drum Soldier awaits the signing of the Army Community Covenant in Watertown, N.Y. Army Secretary Pete Geren visited northern New York May 9, 2008, to participate in the signing of the Army Community Covenant signifying the commitment of the local community to continue its tradition of strong support to Fort Drum Soldiers and their Families.
3 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The son of a Fort Drum Soldier awaits the signing of the Army Community Covenant in Watertown, N.Y. Army Secretary Pete Geren visited northern New York May 9, 2008, to participate in the signing of the Army Community Covenant signifying the commitment of the local community to continue its tradition of strong support to Fort Drum Soldiers and their Families. (Photo Credit: Jason Cutshaw, Fort Drum Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. Maj. James Redmore of 10th Mountain Division Command cradles a baby prior to the signing of the Army Community Covenant in Watertown, N.Y. Army Secretary Pete Geren visited northern New York May 9, 2008, to participate in the signing of the Army Community Covenant signifying the commitment of the local community to continue its tradition of strong support to Fort Drum Soldiers and their Families.
4 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Maj. James Redmore of 10th Mountain Division Command cradles a baby prior to the signing of the Army Community Covenant in Watertown, N.Y. Army Secretary Pete Geren visited northern New York May 9, 2008, to participate in the signing of the Army Community Covenant signifying the commitment of the local community to continue its tradition of strong support to Fort Drum Soldiers and their Families. (Photo Credit: Jason Cutshaw, Fort Drum Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL
Secretary of the Army Pete Geren is joined by members of the Fort Drum and northern New York communities in signing the Army Community Covenant in Watertown, N.Y., May 9, 2008. The Army Community Covenant signifies the commitment of the local community to continue its tradition of strong support to Fort Drum Soldiers and their Families.
5 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Secretary of the Army Pete Geren is joined by members of the Fort Drum and northern New York communities in signing the Army Community Covenant in Watertown, N.Y., May 9, 2008. The Army Community Covenant signifies the commitment of the local community to continue its tradition of strong support to Fort Drum Soldiers and their Families. (Photo Credit: Jason Cutshaw, Fort Drum Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL