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Happy Thanksgiving Eagles enjoy your time off with your families and friends
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ATP 7-22.01, C2, 08/01/2022
HOLISTIC HEALTH AND FITNESS TESTING (THIS ITEM IS PUBLISHED W/ BASIC INCL C2).
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HHC would like to say bye to SSG Webster and CPL Ward and take this time to say thank you to SSG Webster, CPL Ward, and their families for their commitment and hard work while at APHC, you will be missed.
Go get your booster or influenza shot at Kirk on Friday, details in the post.
Due to increased demand, Kirk US Army Health Clinic has arranged one half-day mass immunization clinic at the APG Recreation Center, Building 3326, on Friday, January 14 from 8 a.m. to noon.
All eligible APG personnel desiring an immunization and/or booster (Moderna age 18+, Pfizer age 12+) may call (410) 278-KIRK (5475) to schedule a time slot. Appointments are strongly encouraged but walk-ins are welcome.
If you are scheduling a booster, please bring an existing vaccination card to your appointment.
Kirk will also be offering the Influenza vaccine, which means you can receive a COVID booster and flu shot on the same day. Two for one!
Merry Christmas 🎄🎁
Happy Thanksgiving, enjoy your time with your family
Thank you to every who came out to this year's Thanksgiving get-together. There was great food and a great pie in the face event to raise funds for next year's Dining out. Thank you for your support and we can't wait to do it again for Christmas!
Photos from Aberdeen Proving Ground's post
HHC Finally gets to present LT Mark Bashaw with his Guidon. LT Bashaw was an outstanding Commander for HHC and will be missed. He has continued to take care of the Soldiers while serving in a different position within APHC. Thank you for your leadership, compassion, guidance, and for being a great person.
Veterans Day Wreath Laying
President Joe Biden has officially proclaimed November 2021 as National Veterans and Military Families Month. Read the full proclamation here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2021/10/29/a-proclamation-on-national-veterans-and-military-families-month-2021/.
In honor of National American Indian Heritage Month, please join us for a virtual observance on November 18 at 10:00am EST hosted by U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense.
Please visit the event page for more inforamtion: https://www.facebook.com/events/938954646975814
HHC says bye to SGT Kalyn Slye, she has been an essential part of the the APHC Health Physics Division and will be missed. For her going away HHC held a thanksgiving style potluck. We would like to thank her for her dedication, and commitment to the Army, APHC, HHC, and Soldiers and Civilians at APHC.
– In honor of local veterans and active duty servicemembers, the Baltimore Ravens hosted a Youth Military Clinic for military families, Nov. 2 at Reisterstown Regional Park in Reisterstown, Maryland. The clinic was open to kids with a military connection to include children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews of veterans and active duty servicemembers.
This unique opportunity for military kids is in conjunction with the NFL’s Salute to Service and PLAY 60 campaigns.
Young relatives of APG servicemembers were among the approximately 175 youth in attendance. During the clinic, attendees had the rare opportunity to be on the field with NFL players, cheerleaders and staff while having fun learning football and physical fitness skills.
The local Franklin High School ROTC Color Guard and APG’s own Staff Sgt. Javon Griffith, APHC, performed the event’s Presentation of Colors and the National Anthem.
“It was awesome!” Griffith said, describing the atmosphere of the clinic. “I am a Ravens fan, and the Ravens support the military a lot. I appreciate that.”
Ondrel Mayo, a veteran and parent of a child in attendance, described what made this event so special to him and his family.
“All in all, it’s about support,” Mayo said. “It’s just great for the kids. They’re really enjoying this. My son plays football and is a diehard Ravens fan, so this is a dream for him! To actually be on the field with Ravens players, it’s really something special for the kids.”
Trystan Colon Castillo, a center for Baltimore Ravens, was one of the Ravens football players in attendance
HHC Soldiers got the opportunity to unfurl the Flag at the beginning of the Ravens & Vikings game today. They also got the chance to attend the game which went into overtime.
APG Represented at Baltimore Ravens Football Game - Nov. 7, 2021
The Baltimore Ravens recognized APG’s Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Robert Edmonson II, and his family as part of the NFL’s Salute to Service initiative. Edmonson and his family were invited on to the field at the end of the 1st quarter, where both Edmonson and his brother, Col. Eric Jackson, were honored for their combined 63 years of military service. 35 soldiers from APG were also in attendance during the game, as they participated in the 40-yard national flag unfurling ceremony during the National Anthem.
The soldiers and other fans were treated to an exciting matchup, as the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Minnesota Vikings 34 – 31 with a game winning field goal by Justin Tucker in overtime!
Photos by Troy Saunders, APG News
SSG Webster and SGT Creech graduated from the the Basic SHARP foundation course. They will be joint the APHC SHARP team as victim advocates.
PFC Yeboah a 68S was promoted to the rank of SPC today after the obstacle course. He received a waiver for promotion because of his hard work and dedication to HHC, APHC, and the Army. Congratulations SPC Yeboah and keep up the good work.
HHC Soldiers and Soldiers from Kirk went to the gunpowder obstacles course to prepare Soldiers for Air Assault, build confidence, and build unit morale.
Congratulations to SPC Perez a 68K in APHC for graduating from air assault school on Monday, way to go!!!
Today we celebrate the 245th birthday of our GREAT nation’s independence. Let us reflect on those things that make our country great. Enjoy your day and be safe!
Happy 246th birthday Army!!!
Army Medicine’s COVID-19 Vaccine Women's Health Panel
Team, below are the guidelines for the new mask mandate on APG.
HHC said goodbye to SPC Rohrer; SPC Rohrer is a 68S who has worked in the Health Physics section since he has arrived at APHC. He received an ARCOM, the HHC eagle, and a custom pocket knife for his service. We wish you the best in your future endeavors and thank you for serving your country, SPC Rohrer.
Happy mothers day from HHC
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After a grueling two weeks at Air Assault School, SGT Sadowski and SPC Brown from HHC, APHC earned their Air Assault badges. SGM Steele was there to watch these fine Soldiers graduate.
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HHC Soldiers conduct the ACFT this week and also supported SAAPM by wearing denim.
The 2021 Virtual Military Spouse Symposium and Relationship Summit from Military OneSource's Spouse Education and Career Opportunities Program - SECO is April 27th-29th!
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APHC Family Readiness Communications Plan 1.0
The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) program provides a mechanism for all demographics who comprise the Army's global force Soldiers (active duty Reserve components), retirees, DA civilians, and family members, including survivors, to identify the quality of life that impacts the Total Army Family. The AFAP General Officer Steering Committee (GOSC) is the joint Department of Defense Committee review board that ensures that the appropriate functional proponent thoroughly resolves AFAP issues.
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