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Army’s top NCO talks ‘fitness’ with local Soldiers
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Image by USAG-Humphreys
HUMPHREYS GARRISON – The U.S. Army’s top enlisted Soldier, Sergeant Major of the Army Kenneth O. Preston, paid a visit here, April 19.

During his trip to the garrison, he had an opportunity to view the construction progress via a helicopter flyover, met with Soldiers at the Red Dragon Dining Facility, received a briefing/demonstration from the 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion and then met with about 1,600 Soldiers at the Super Gym.

Preston, currently in his seventh year in the position, focused primarily on the Army’s Comprehensive Soldier Fitness program, which has been developed to “build resiliency and improve the performance of every Soldier and Family that are experiencing stress. Applying the CSF will help the Army Family regain needed strength in body and mind.”

U.S. Army photos by Cpl. Brian Gibbons

For more information on U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys and living and working in Korea visit: USAG-Humphreys’ official web site or check out our online videos.

Army’s top NCO talks ‘fitness’ with local Soldiers
stress management

Image by USAG-Humphreys
HUMPHREYS GARRISON – The U.S. Army’s top enlisted Soldier, Sergeant Major of the Army Kenneth O. Preston, paid a visit here, April 19.

During his trip to the garrison, he had an opportunity to view the construction progress via a helicopter flyover, met with Soldiers at the Red Dragon Dining Facility, received a briefing/demonstration from the 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion and then met with about 1,600 Soldiers at the Super Gym.

Preston, currently in his seventh year in the position, focused primarily on the Army’s Comprehensive Soldier Fitness program, which has been developed to “build resiliency and improve the performance of every Soldier and Family that are experiencing stress. Applying the CSF will help the Army Family regain needed strength in body and mind.”

U.S. Army photos by Cpl. Brian Gibbons

For more information on U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys and living and working in Korea visit: USAG-Humphreys’ official web site or check out our online videos.

Army’s top NCO talks ‘fitness’ with local Soldiers
stress management

Image by USAG-Humphreys
HUMPHREYS GARRISON – The U.S. Army’s top enlisted Soldier, Sergeant Major of the Army Kenneth O. Preston, paid a visit here, April 19.

During his trip to the garrison, he had an opportunity to view the construction progress via a helicopter flyover, met with Soldiers at the Red Dragon Dining Facility, received a briefing/demonstration from the 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion and then met with about 1,600 Soldiers at the Super Gym.

Preston, currently in his seventh year in the position, focused primarily on the Army’s Comprehensive Soldier Fitness program, which has been developed to “build resiliency and improve the performance of every Soldier and Family that are experiencing stress. Applying the CSF will help the Army Family regain needed strength in body and mind.”

U.S. Army photos by Cpl. Brian Gibbons

For more information on U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys and living and working in Korea visit: USAG-Humphreys’ official web site or check out our online videos.














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