Wolfpack FRG NEWSLETTER Wolfpack Represent at AA Week “Living the Legacy - Back to Basics” "All American Week" honors the Service members also attended a All American Week in divisions heritage and retired service memorial ceremony and a joint Review members. Nearly 22,000 paratroopers operational access demonstration attended the event and participated in the showcasing paratroopers participating in The annual "All American Week" many scheduled events including thewas held on Fort Bragg from May 16 to division run which kicked off thethe 20, hosted by the 82nd Airborne week on the Monday.Division. The theme for this years weekwas "Living the Legacy - Back to Basics." This year was the ﬁrst time "Those who came During the week, paratroopers were since 2006 that all of the divisions before us set a high brigades were on hand for thegiven the opportunity to meet and honorveterans, and military members also Division Review, one of the standard that we highlights of All American Week. On challenged each other in a number of athletic and Pike Field, retired Command Sgt. continue to emulate." Maj. Steven R. England thanked airborne competitions. their families and veterans for their "Those who came before sacriﬁces and applauded those on the us set a high standard ﬁeld for their hard work and an airﬁeld seizure, parachute pull-off that we continue to dedication. demonstration, squad demonstrations, a emulate," Major General heavy equipment drop and combat "For those of you out on the ﬁeld Jim Huggins, the aviation support. today, youre military history now,"commanding general of the division, told England said.the Fayetteville Observer. Friend us on Facebook: Wolfpack Family-Readiness http://www.facebook.com/proﬁle.php?id=100002314705672 June 2011
Chaplain’s Corner Chaplain’s Community Luncheon Wolfpack FRG went out to support the unit and fundraise at the Combatives event at Ritz-Epps Gym UPCOMING STRONG BONDS RETREATS and at the 10-Miler at Pike Field. 22-24 JUL TF KEY LEADERS 1-82 22-24 JUL SINGLES (BDE S2) BDE TF Wolfpack Chaplain CH (CPT) Matthew Shenton 1-82 ARB Chaplain 910-907-4944 (ofﬁce) 910-813-9198 (bb) firstname.lastname@example.org Upcoming Wolfpack Events ! July 1 - TF Family Organizational Day (details will follow) ! July 19 - BTN Pre-Deployment Brief I 1800 @ York Theater* ! BTN Pre-Deployment Brief II 1800 @ Pope Theater*A few of the great pieces made at the BTN Spouses Night Out at Twisted Jewelers. *See next page for childcare details
Childcare for the Pre-Deployment BriefsDetails for childcare are Children MUST be CYSS being ironed out and members in order to use this childcare. They must be will follow shortly... registered with an hourly care However, families should start packet.registering their children ages 6 When dropping your children offweeks to 12 years. the evening of the brief you MUST bring their hourly care packets and swipe cards withTo register your children go to: them. The annual Garrison Chaplain’shttp://www.fortbraggmwr.com/ If children are non-members Vacation Bible School (VBS) will becysreg.php/#registration they will need to get their held at: membership and their hourly care packet in time to RSVP by Gordon Elementary (Linden Oaks)Complete the available forms 14JUL11. June 16-17 from 9 a.m.-noonand take them to: Devers Elementary (Ardennes) Soldier Support Center June 20-24 from 9 a.m.-noon. Please RSVP NLT 14JUL11 4th Floor with the names and ages of Bldg 4-2843 Normandy Drive VBS is available for DOD Family children to Fort Bragg, NC 28310 members who have completed email@example.com kindergarten through the sixth grade. P. 910-396-8110/5128 F. 910-396-0113 Contact your unit Chaplain or stop Monday through Friday: by the Watters Center for more 0830-1700 information! What happens when a pack of fun-loving panda bears invade your church? A wild celebration of Gods unconditional love! At PandaMania VBS, kids will discover that God has a purpose and a plan for everyone and that he crafted each of us with his own loving hands.
Greywolves HHC 1/82Happy Anniversary!Joseph & Rhonda BrinkerhoffJohnathan & Patricia HohmanLincoln & Rodelia LanierAdam & Dianna TurnerMatthew & Miranda Whitworth This Month In History 1 The term "Dont give up the 7 The United Colonies makes a voting in Rochester,ship! is coined by Captain James name change and become The N.Y. (1873)Lawrence, U.S. Chesapeake. (1813) United States. (1775) 22 ! Doughnuts 1 Snow falls in Buffalo and are created. (1847)Rochester, NY, Cleveland, Ohio and 23 US Secretother places. (1843) Service is created. 2 C o n g r e s s g r a n t s U. S . (1860)citizenship to people of AmericanIndian descent.(1924) 14 ! The U. S. Army is formed. 25 Lt Colonel George Custer (1775) and the 7th Cavalry are wiped out by 5 Bobby Kennedy is Sioux and Cheyenne Indians at theassassinated. (1968) 15 George Washington is Battle of Little Big Horn. (1876)! appointed the Commander-in-Chief 6 The ﬁrst of the U.S. Army(1775) 26 The Saint Lawrence Seawayd r i ve - i n is opened. (1959)theater opened 17 The Statute of Liberty arrivein Camden, in New York City. (1885) 28 Treaty of Versailles is signed, ending WW I (1919)N e w Je r s ey. 18 Womens rights advocate(1933) Susan B. Anthony is arrested for
Lonewolves E-CO 1/82 In the month of May, Echo Company has been gearing up for pre-deployment operation. The Company had a Pre- Deployment AssistantSurvey to evaluate the unit overall deployment readiness status. The Headquarters Platoon was evaluated on Nuclear Biological Chemical (NBC),Communication equipment, Vehicle readiness, and the Weapon’s operational status. During the PDAS Survey the Motorpool was involved inpreparing for the survey. SFC Youman and CW2 Hunter, with the help of several Soldiers, had four M978A2 HEMMT Fuel Trucks inspected sothat they could be taken on the deployment to Afghanistan to support Task Force Wolfpack. Each Platoon worked hard as a team to accomplish themission to get the job done. Each section received an overall “GO” during the survey. Also in preparation for deployment, the Distribution, Headquarters Platoon and a section of the Motorpool has been busy preparing for theHigh Altitude Mountain Environmental Training (HAMET) which will take place at Butts Army Airﬁeld near Fort Carson, CO. DistributionPlatoon is sending 18 Troopers to set up a Forward Arming Refueling Point at the airﬁeld to support TF Wolfpack’s Aviators as they train to ﬂy inhigh altitudes. The Headquarters’ Platoon is sending 10 Cooks to prepare hot meals throughout the training exercise. The Maintenance teamconsisting of three Soldiers will provide mechanical support for the equipment during HAMET. Giving them valuable experience on what it’s liketo operate in a high altitude environment. While a few Soldiers of the Maintenance Platoon are at Fort Carson. The majority of the motorpool iscurrently gearing up for deployment by preparing to induct our equipment into LBE (Left Behind Equipment). To turn overipsum dolor to the Lorem the equipment sit amet, suspendissecivilians during the LBE process, each vehicle must have all of its paperwork up to date and must be in fully mission capable. nulla, rhoncus temp Throughout the company, Soldiers have been receiving additional training to sustain the company during deployment. This past month, PV2 placerat fermentumEllis completed DTMS training to support the orderly room mission. SPC Cristello completed the weapons gauging. In the Distribution Platoon,new Troopers were trained on Ammunition handling and refueling procedures, which has been a major priority for the Platoon. During the past month, several Soldiers were selected to attend leadership training. SGT Berry is currently completing Advance LeadershipCourse in Fort Lee, VA. SPC Adams, SPC Morgan, SPC Sobert is taking the next step to achieve a leadership role while completing the WarriorLeadership Course held at Fort Bragg. SPC Adzoble and SPC Qualls attended Warrior Leadership Course from April 18 to May 5, 2011. SPCAdzoble received superior marks for his performance in leadership roles while attending WLC. Warrior Leadership Course is a month-long coursethat teaches Specialists and Corporals the basic skills to lead small groups of Soldiers. This course is hard hitting and intensive with emphasis onleadership skills and prepares Soldiers to advance to the rank of Sergeant. These Soldiers were faced with the challenge of being a leaders in asquad sized elements in both ﬁeld and garrison environments. They also spent time in the classroom learning how to gather and presentinformation in a professional style. Congratulations to SPC Adzoble and SPC Qualls for a job well done. The month of May started off slow for Echo Company. The company had a solid week of work that was capped off by pay day activities. Allthe Soldiers participated and the ones who live in the barracks completed an inspection ﬂawlessly. The following week, the company transitionedinto All-American week. The week kicked off with the Division Run and was followed by two days of sporting events in which the Lonewolvesmade their mark on the Division. Soldiers throughout the Division were given the opportunity to participate in a multitude of events, and these arethe Soldiers that helped represent TF Wolfpack. PFC Mann jumped in on the tug-a-war and held his own against Soldiers from the BCTs. SPCAdzoble, SPC Jiminez, and SPC Caldaron competed in the AssaultCourse. During the Combative competition SGT Vitola and PFC Burtwere able to display their talent and techniques as well. SPC Quiroz andPFC Patrick helped lead the soccer team to the ﬁnals before they werebeaten. Some of the newer Soldiers to the company like SGT Ellington,SGT Chatman, PFC Whetstone, PFC Faria, PFC Whetstone, and PFCBoone jumped in on the volleyball team along with SSG Hayes to helpout TF Wolfpack and lead the team to the semiﬁnals. SSG Hayes, SPCCarroll, SPC Johnson, PV2 Ellis and SGT Stallworth wrapped up theteams by leading the TF Wolfpack’s basketball team to the semiﬁnals.While the rest of the Lonewolves supported from the sidelines. Finally, the company would like to say goodbye to the followingSoldiers: SGT Osborn and SGT Gourneau. We would like to thank themfor their service and wish them all the best in their future endeavors. Lonewolves! All-American Week TF Basketball Team (Pictured: SFC Crews, SSG Hayes, SGT Stallworth, PV2 Ellis, SPC Johnston, SPC Carroll)
Special Occasions April 15 through June 1 BIRTHDAYS PFC FISCHER 20 APRIL PFC WHETSTONE 30 APRIL 1LT ROBERTS 3 MAY PFC FLINT 10 MAY SSG INOCENCIO 11 MAY Division Review SPC HUDGENS 15 MAY (Pictured: BDE Colors; SGT Bagley and Company Guidon; PV2 REESE 21 MAY SPC Kays) PFC ACOSTA 21 MAY SFC CREWS 23 MAY PFC BOONE 29 MAY SGT STACEY 30 MAY ANNIVERSARIES Promotions SGT VITOLA 21 APRIL PFC Butler to SPC SGT HURTADO 28 APRIL PFC REIDLERVOCK 30 APRIL 1SG EDWARDS 18 MAY SPC MIDDLETON 22 MAY SSG JAMES 30 MAY Lonewolves Upcoming/Current Events " HAMETS: 25 MAY to 13 JUN " Pre-Deployment Classes: 22-23 JUN " TF Safety Classes: 24 JUN All-American Week TF Soccer " LBE Induction: 27-30 JUNGame (Pictured: SSG George #4) " TF Organizational Day: 1 JUL
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