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Colonel Joseph E. Ladner
The U.S. Army Trial Defense Service and the U.S. Air Force Area Defense Counsel defend those who defend America with Honor, Valor and Wisdom at Joint Base Langley-Eustis. The Army TDS and Air Force ADC are branch-specific organizations whose purpose is to provide attorneys to U.S. Soldiers and U.S. Airmen during matters concerning the Uniform Code of Military Justice. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Airman 1st Class Devin Scott Michaels/Released)
Construction on the Fort Eustis Commissary began in February, 2014, and is being conducted in nine phases, scheduled to be complete by August 2015.  The expansion includes new administrative areas, an additional 18,000 square feet of new floor space for new freezer and dairy cases, and expanded seafood, deli, bakery and produce sections, which allows for more than 4,000 additional line items.(Courtesy graphic/Released)
The Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) has transformed into the Soldier for Life Transition Assistance Program in preparation for full implementation of the Transition Soldier for Life Cycle (SLC) program, as a means to better serve Soldiers throughout their careers. The Soldier for Life initiative is the Army’s holistic approach to a Soldier’s military career life cycle, and aims to care for Soldiers beginning with their initial entry and through their military service, reintegration and transition.  (Courtesy graphic/Released)
The Army recently codified the goals of its Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program in a SHARP Campaign Plan. The Army SHARP Campaign plan provides a road map that illustrates the Army's plans to synchronize actions across five lines of effort that are in alignment with the DOD's Sexual Assault Prevention Strategy. (U.S. Army grahpic)
The U.S. Army intends to launch 11 pilot Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program Resource Centers within the coming months, using the center already at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, as a model to analyze the effectiveness and assess costs needed to provide SHARP services in centers on other military installations. (U.S. Army graphic)
Bernie McGrenahan, comedian, presented his ‘HAPPY HOUR’ comedy show to U.S. Army Soldiers assigned to the 7th Transportation Brigade (Expeditionary), at Fort Eustis, Va., July 2, 2014. McGrenahan travels to military installations inspiring U.S. Service members to stay focused and resilient through the use of comedy and personal testimonies. (Courtesy graphic)
The McDonald Army Health Center became a tobacco-free campus July 1, in
support of the Department of Defense's goal of tobacco-free military
installations by the year 2020.  The medical campus includes all property
owned and occupied by the medical and dental commands on Fort Eustis and
Fort Story.  Parking lots are considered part of the medical campus as well,
and tobacco use is not permitted in private vehicles on the medical campus
property. (Photo illustration courtesy of U.S. Army)
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The Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 1. Joint Base Langley-Eustis residents should be aware of thunderstorms, tornadoes and flooding.
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service has partnered with the “Birdies for the Brave” program to host a special fundraising event at the Langley Air Force Base Exchange shoppette June 12., 2014. From 3 to 5 p.m., guests will be able to attempt golf putts on a portable putting green at the store. For each putt made, “Birdies for the Brave” will donate $10 to benefit eight national military homefront groups. (Courtesy graphic)
U.S. Air Force senior airmen and staff sergeants attending Airman Leadership School can suffer dire career consequences if found cheating, including removal from class, loss of grade and even separation from the Air Force. Airmen are reminded to prepare themselves before attending ALS by having personal and work-related issues in order, allowing them to better focus on the rigorous curriculum and be less likely to resort to cheating and plagiarism in order to pass. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman Jason J. Brown/Released)
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May 24 through Sept. 4 is designated as the Critical Days of Summer Campaign. The campaign was developed as a way to ensure Service members have a safe summer and know the risks of the summer months while on and off duty. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman Kayla Newman/Released)
The SHARP 80-hour certification course taught at Fort Eustis, Va., May 5-16, 2014, was the first class taught by graduates of the 16-week SHARP schoolhouse pilot program.  The Army launched the program at Fort Belvoir in January as a means to better equip trainers, coordinators and victim advocates from across the Army. (Courtesy graphic/Released)
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