USAREUR celebrates ArmyAca,!a,,cs 233rd Birthday

By Dave Melancon, U.S. Army Europe, Public AffairsJune 12, 2008

Civilian employees Ingrid Levene, left, and Norbert Hooks, right, along with 50 children from the Patrick Henry and Mark Twain Village child development centers watch (from left) Pvt. 1st Class Jasmine Carey, the youngest Soldiers assigned to U.S Army Europe headquarters, Col. Kirk Lawrence, USAREUR deputy chief of staff, and Chief Warrant Officer Eddie Lee Royal, the oldest Soldier assigned to USAREUR headquarters, cut a cake during celebration of the Army 233rd birthday June 12. The celebration took place in the USAREUR headquarters garden and included Soldiers, Family members and civilian employees.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Civilian employees Ingrid Levene, left, and Norbert Hooks, right, along with 50 children from the Patrick Henry and Mark Twain Village child development centers watch (from left) Pvt. 1st Class Jasmine Carey, the youngest Soldiers assigned to U.S Army Europe headquarters, Col. Kirk Lawrence, USAREUR deputy chief of staff, and Chief Warrant Officer Eddie Lee Royal, the oldest Soldier assigned to USAREUR headquarters, cut a cake during celebration of the Army 233rd birthday June 12. The celebration took place in the USAREUR headquarters garden and included Soldiers, Family members and civilian employees. (Photo Credit: Dave Melancon, U.S. Army Europe, Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Capt. Adam Schmidt, U.S. Army Europe executive service division, reads "The Army Story" to children from the Patrick Henry and Mark Twain Village child development centers during Army Birthday Celebrations June 12. The celebration, which included the traditional cake, took place in the USAREUR headquarters garden and included Soldiers, Family members and civilian employees.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Capt. Adam Schmidt, U.S. Army Europe executive service division, reads "The Army Story" to children from the Patrick Henry and Mark Twain Village child development centers during Army Birthday Celebrations June 12. The celebration, which included the traditional cake, took place in the USAREUR headquarters garden and included Soldiers, Family members and civilian employees. (Photo Credit: Dave Melancon, U.S. Army Europe, Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL