1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division This is the official page of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI). Soldiers, family and friends of the Warrior Brigade are welcome.

In November 1939, the Soviet Union invaded Finland. The Finnish soldiers on skis annihilated two tank divisions, humiliating the Russians. Charles Minot “Minnie” Dole, the president of the National Ski Patrol, saw this as a perfect example of why the U.S. Army needed mountain troops. Dole spent months lobbying the War Department to train troops in mountain and winter warfare. In September 1940, Dole was able to present his case to General George C. Marshall, the Army Chief of Staff, who caused the Army to take action on Dole’s proposals to create ski units. On December 8, 1941, the Army activated its first mountain unit, the 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (later became an entire Regiment) at Fort Lewis, Washington. The unit was dubbed “Minnie’s Ski Troops” in honor of Dole. Soldiers of the 87th trained on Mount Rainer’s 14,408 foot peak. Recruiting for the 87th Infantry Regiment was a unique role taken on by the National Ski Patrol. After returning from the Kiska Campaign in the Aleutian Islands near Alaska the 87th formed the core of the new Division. 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI) was organized September 17, 1942 as Headquarters Company, Mountain Training Center. On July 15, 1943 it was reorganized and redesignated as the Headquarters Company of the newly formed 10th Light Division (Alpine) at Camp Hale, Colorado. For a year the Soldiers trained at the 9,200 foot high Camp Hale and honed the skills of its Soldiers to fight and survive under the most brutal mountain conditions. On June 22, 1944, the whole division was shipped to Camp Swift, Texas to prepare for the Louisiana maneuvers of 1944, which were later canceled. A period of acclimation to a low altitude and hot climate was necessary to prepare for this training. Later that year, on November 6, 1944, the division was redesignated as the 10th Mountain Division. The blue and white “mountain” tab was authorized later that month. The division entered combat on January 28, 1945 in the North Apennine Mountains of Italy. The Soldiers faced German positions arrayed along the five mile long Monte Belvedere-Monte della Torraccia ridge. Other divisions had attempted to assault Mount Belvedere three times, even holding it temporarily, but none had succeeded. To get to Mount Belvedere the division first had to take a ridge line to the wet, known to the Americans as the Riva Ridge. After the 86th Mountain Infantry assaulted Riva Ridge, the 85th and 87th Mountain Infantry Regiments made a bayonet attack without covering artillery fire on Belvedere beginning February 19, 1945. The surprising assault was successful and after a hard fight, the peak was captured. On April 14, 1945, the final phase of the war in Italy began. With the 85th and 87th leading the way, the 10th Mountain Division attacked toward the Po Valley. On the tenth day of the attack, April 23rd, the 10th was the first division to reach the Po River. The 1st Battalion, 87th Mountain Infantry, the original mountain infantry unit, made the crossing under fire in 50 light canvas assault boats. The final combat for the 10th Mountain Division took place in the vicinity of Lake Garda, a canyon lake at the foothills of the Alps. The 10th completely destroyed five elite German divisions. Since the 10th Mountain Division was one of the last to enter combat, it was to be used in the projected invation of Japan. These plans ended with the surrender of Japan in August 1945. After a brief tour of duty in the Army of Occupation in Italy, the 10th was sent to Camp Carson, Colorado. There on November 30, 1945 the 10th Mountain Division was disbanded. After nearly three years, the brigade was redesignated as Headquarters Company, 10th Infantry Division on June 18, 1948. The brigade was allotted June 25, 1948 to the Regular Army, then activated July 1, 1948 at Fort Riley, Kansas. The division conducted a sixteen-week basic military program to prepared Soldiers for infantry combat and duty. Again, the unit was inactivated June 14, 1958 at Fort Benning, Georgia. April 1, 1986 the unit was redesignated as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) and activated at Fort Drum, New York. The 10th was the first division of any kind formed by the Army since 1975 and the first based in the Northeast U.S. since World War II. The division was designed to meet a wide range of worldwide infantry-intensive contingency missions. Equipment design was oriented toward reduced size and weight for reasons of both strategic and tactical mobility. The 1st Brigade was the Command and Control Headquarters for Task Force Warrior, consisting of its organic battalions 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, and 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment. Task Force units from the brigade deployed in exercises both overseas and throughout the country to include Honduras and Panama. The brigade also participated in Desert Storm and routinely sends a battalion to the Multinational Force and Observers mission in the Sinai. In the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew in December 1992, TF Warrior deployed to southern Florida where it conducted disaster relief operations. Shortly following its return to Fort Drum, the Task Force deployed to Somalia, Africa where it participated in humanitarian relief and combat operations in support of Operations Restore Hope and Continue Hope. Leading the 10th Mountain Division into Somalia, the 87th Infantry Regiment members conducted the first combat operations the regiment had seen since World War II. Bravo Company and Charlie Company were attached to 2-14 Infantry during Operation Restore Hope and Continue Hope. On October 3, 1993, 3rd platoon, Charlie Company, 1-87 Infantry was dispatched as a quick reaction force to secure a crash site in a Somalian city that was a result of an attempt to seize a Somali Warlord by Task Force Ranger. In August 1994, political rhetoric was stiffening against the outlaw government of Haiti. In a Fort Drum, New York, training area, preparations for forced-entry operations were accelerating for the 1st Brigade, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry). On September 13, 1994, the Warrior Brigade assault package, consisting of two light infantry battalions, the 10th FSB, and elements of the 10th Aviation Brigade deployed to Haiti aboard the aircraft carrier USS Eisenhower. The Brigade led the Division into Operation Uphold Democracy, air assaulting from the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Eisenhower into Port-Au-Prince, Haiti in order to participate in peacekeeping operations from September 1994 to January 1995. Most of spring 1997 was spent conducting individual training, marksmanship, squad live fire exercises and preparing to support cadet summer training at the United States Military Academy. The Brigade also conducted expert infantry and field medical testing while training and certifying three rifle companies for deployment to Bosnia, Pakistan and Germany. It also executed live fire supported coordination exercises which integrated close air support, artillery and attack helicopters. The training ensured the brigaded maintained its live fire focus and proficiency. After training for most of the year, the brigade was faced with disaster relief operations due to a major ice storm devastating northern New York in January and February of 1998. The 10th Mountain Division and Fort Drum provided 161 generators of various sizes, 15 water trailers, 77 cargo trucks, 93 heaters, over 125,000 sandbags, 9 mobile kitchens, over 2,500 Soldiers and much more in a myriad of relief activities ranging from volunteer work to medical support to liaison support in various country and state emergency operations centers. In the wake of the devastating September 11th attacks, 1st Brigade found itself answering the nation’s call by deploying world-wide, keeping peace in the Balkans, and providing support to deployed soldiers’ families back at Fort Drum. When all was said and done, 1stBrigade was the most widely deployed Infantry Brigade in the United States Army. From the summer of 2001 through the spring of 2002, the Warrior Brigade had personnel deployed in support of military operations in six different countries -- Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Bosnia-Herzegovina, and the United States. 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infatry Regiment deployed to Bosnia-Herzegovina in support of OPERATION JOINT GUARD. They served with pride and distinction, assisting Task Force Eagle in the monitoring the former warring factions and ensuring compliance with the Dayton Peace Accord. 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment along with 1st Brigade Headquarters deployed to Kosovo in support of Operation Joint Guardian. There they formed the backbone of Task Force Falcon, the US-led Task Force operating in Kosovo and FYROM. 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment deployed to Uzbekistan and Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Early on in their deployment they provided base camp and airfield security and quick-reaction forces, before fighting and destroying Taliban and Al’Qaeda fighters during Operation Anaconda. Task Force Warrior began deploying to Afghanistan for combat operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in June 2003. The 4,000 members of TF Warrior replaced units of the 82nd Airborne Division over the summer months. The Task Force led the coalition effort to defeat al Qaeda, Taliban and other hostile forces in order to establish conditions for stability and reconstruction. During the welcome home ceremony in May 2004, the Soldiers were greeted by a packed Magrath gym and the theme from “Rocky” being played by the 10th Mountain Division Band. Although home for a break, the 1st Brigade arrived back in Iraq at Camp Liberty in late summer 2005. After spending several months overseas, the 1st Brigade returned to Fort Drum. The brigade was reorganized as part of the transformation of the entire 10th Mountain Division to the U.S. Army’s new modular force structure. The newly redesignated 1st Brigade Combat Team deployed once again to Iraq in 2007, where it served 15 months before returning to the North Country in fall 2008.

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The folks at Fort Drum FMWR would like to inform the community about some changes to upcoming events:Turkey Trot: The 5K...
11/19/2020

The folks at Fort Drum FMWR would like to inform the community about some changes to upcoming events:
Turkey Trot: The 5K has gone virtual, and community members can participate on Nov. 26 in their neighborhood, at the park, on the trail or even on a treadmill! For details, visit www.facebook.com/events/746959159241070/.
BOSS Drive-Thru Thanksgiving Dinner: This event is scheduled 3-6:30 p.m. Nov. 26 with to-go meals available at Magrath Sports Complex. One meal per person – first come, first served. Single Soldiers living in the barracks can call ahead for delivery to the battalion staff duty area by calling (315) 772-7864, 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Nov. 23-25, or on Nov. 26, no later than 5 p.m. by calling (315) 772-9670.
Cancellations: To enforce safety precautionary measures within the community, the decision to cancel the following has been made – Turkey Bowl, Casino Trip, Mustache Dash and BOSS Invades Atkins.
Tree Lighting and Holiday Celebration: This is scheduled from 5-7 p.m. Dec. 4 in front of Hays Hall, and will feature a drive-by viewing of the tree, an appearance by Santa Claus, a goodie bag for the children, and a to-go meal of bratwurst and brotchen with German mustard, chips and a beverage (while supplies last). The tree lighting will be livestreamed on Facebook at 5 p.m., and the drive-thru begins at 5:30 p.m.
Also, a reminder to patrons that face masks are required at all times inside the fitness facilities (except while swimming).
Thank you, and stay safe!

Good afternoon, everyone! The folks at Fort Drum FMWR would like to inform the community about some changes to upcoming events:
Turkey Trot: The 5K has gone virtual, and community members can participate on Nov. 26 in their neighborhood, at the park, on the trail or even on a treadmill! For details, visit www.facebook.com/events/746959159241070/.

BOSS Drive-Thru Thanksgiving Dinner: This event is scheduled 3-6:30 p.m. Nov. 26 with to-go meals available at Magrath Sports Complex. One meal per person – first come, first served. Single Soldiers living in the barracks can call ahead for delivery to the battalion staff duty area by calling (315) 772-7864, 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Nov. 23-25, or on Nov. 26, no later than 5 p.m. by calling (315) 772-9670.

Cancellations: To enforce safety precautionary measures within the community, the decision to cancel the following has been made – Turkey Bowl, Casino Trip, Mustache Dash and BOSS Invades Atkins.

Tree Lighting and Holiday Celebration: This is scheduled from 5-7 p.m. Dec. 4 in front of Hays Hall, and will feature a drive-by viewing of the tree, an appearance by Santa Claus, a goodie bag for the children, and a to-go meal of bratwurst and brotchen with German mustard, chips and a beverage (while supplies last). The tree lighting will be livestreamed on Facebook at 5 p.m., and the drive-thru begins at 5:30 p.m.

Also, a reminder to patrons that face masks are required at all times inside the fitness facilities (except while swimming).

Thank you, and stay safe!

Congratulations to our Warrior Brigade volunteers Natalie Jordan, Jessica Wetlesen, Sarah Schmidt, Megan McNeely, Stepha...
11/19/2020

Congratulations to our Warrior Brigade volunteers Natalie Jordan, Jessica Wetlesen, Sarah Schmidt, Megan McNeely, Stephanie Barksdale, Kaitlin Kuykendall and Shanice Kubler. Thank you for your hard work and dedication.

Here’s a shout-out to all of Fort Drum’s volunteers who were nominated as Volunteer of the Quarter for their organizations. We thank them all for their efforts and serving as an example of what selfless service looks like in our community.

Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion:
Casey Loeschen

1st Brigade Combat Team:
Natalie Jordan, Jessica Wetlesen, Sarah Schmidt, Megan McNeely, Stephanie Barksdale, Kaitlin Kuykendall and Shanice Kubler

2nd Brigade Combat Team:
Cpl. Jacob Staelin-Lefsky, Candice Chartier and Laura Zequeira

10th Combat Aviation Brigade:
Sgt. Mackenzie Baker and Emily Riley

91st Military Police Battalion:
Alisha Sinitiere and Sgt. Adam Oberline

MEDDAC:
Capt. Wesley Snow

Retirement Services Office:
Kindra Moshier

Girl Scouts:
Shanna Norris and Kamden Raines

Cub Scouts:
Krystle Winters

North Country Spouses’ Club
Genevieve Kruger

USO:
Vania Hesse

Thousand Islands Warrant Office Association:
Staff Sgt. David Amaro

Military Spouse Professional Network:
Meredith Taylor

Warriors, Family and MWR is implementing the following changes to ensure the safety, health and well-being of our valued...
11/19/2020

Warriors, Family and MWR is implementing the following changes to ensure the safety, health and well-being of our valued patrons, effective November 20.
- All fitness classes and personal training will be suspended until further notice.
- Fitness facilities will be open ONLY to Active Duty as follows;
- Active-duty service members are required to wear PT uniform.
- Masks are to be worn at all times.
- Magrath Sports Complex pool will be closed, until further notice.
- The Pine Plains Bowling Center will be open for bowling with curbside dining options available November 20 through December 1. Indoor food and beverages are not authorized during this timeframe.
Also, children will need to wear face masks when inside the Youth Center and School Age Center.
Thank you, stay safe, and take care of one another!

This starts tomorrow, so let's make sure everyone is in the know:

Family and MWR is implementing the following changes to ensure the safety, health and well-being of our valued patrons, effective November 20.

- All fitness classes and personal training will be suspended until further notice.

- Fitness facilities will be open ONLY to Active Duty as follows;
- Active-duty service members are required to wear PT uniform.
- Masks are to be worn at all times.
- Magrath Sports Complex pool will be closed, until further notice.

- The Pine Plains Bowling Center will be open for bowling with curbside dining options available November 20 through December 1. Indoor food and beverages are not authorized during this timeframe.

Also, children will need to wear face masks when inside the Youth Center and School Age Center.

Thank you, stay safe, and take care of one another!

#MountainThrowBackSnapSoldiers from 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division train with live rounds on the Carl G...
11/19/2020

#MountainThrowBackSnap

Soldiers from 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division train with live rounds on the Carl Gustaf recoiless rifle Jan. 16, 2020 on Fort Drum, N.Y. The Carl Gustaf recoiless rifle is a portable anti-tank weapon that fires an 84-mm projectile.

11/19/2020
Fort Drum Medical Activity

Fort Drum Medical Activity

We are not defenseless against COVID-19. Properly wearing a face mask is one of the most powerful weapons we have to combat the virus. COL Rob Heath, the commander of the Fort Drum Medical Activity, explains why face masks are an important tool in slowing and stopping the spread of COVID-19. #ArmyMedicine is #ArmyStrong!

Recognizing Soldiers!Soldiers from 3-6 Field Artillery were presented awards for their hard work and continued support t...
11/18/2020

Recognizing Soldiers!

Soldiers from 3-6 Field Artillery were presented awards for their hard work and continued support to the Warrior Brigade throughout their deployment. Outstanding work!

#FindAWayOrMakeOne #ClimbToGlory

The Unit Ministry Team is hosting a series of family dinners to welcome home redeployed Soldiers.Our Next dinner is for ...
11/17/2020

The Unit Ministry Team is hosting a series of family dinners to welcome home redeployed Soldiers.
Our Next dinner is for Soldiers and families from 1-87IN and 2-22IN, Nov. 19 from 5 PM to 7 PM at the Main Post Chapel.

Warriors, Help fight back Covid-19! Make sure you wear your masks and maintain proper social distancing.#ClimbToGlory #F...
11/17/2020

Warriors, Help fight back Covid-19! Make sure you wear your masks and maintain proper social distancing.

#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne

11/16/2020
General Order 1F Update

Please, listen to this important update from BG Funck concerning General Order 1F and the increase in COVID-19 cases within the community.

10th BSB's CSM Rachel Terrell was featured in the ABC50 special Veterans Voices for this year's Veteran's Day. Check out...
11/14/2020
Fort Drum Command Sergeant Major paves the way for future female leaders

10th BSB's CSM Rachel Terrell was featured in the ABC50 special Veterans Voices for this year's Veteran's Day. Check out her story in the link below!
https://www.informnny.com/abc50-now/fort-drum-command-sergeant-major-paves-the-way-for-future-female-leaders/

FORT DRUM, N.Y. (WWTI) — Command Sergeant Major Rachel Terrell’s journey with the United States Army started back in 1994  Command Sergeant Major Terrell’s most recent assign…

Warriors, here is a map of the local travel area and restricted travel areas in accordance with Fort Drum General Order ...
11/13/2020

Warriors, here is a map of the local travel area and restricted travel areas in accordance with Fort Drum General Order 1F.

Good afternoon, everyone! We have some news to share regarding the installation’s COVID-19 safety protocol. Fort Drum Ge...
11/13/2020

Good afternoon, everyone! We have some news to share regarding the installation’s COVID-19 safety protocol. Fort Drum General Order 1F has been released today, and here’s the basic summary for your situational awareness.
- Travel Impacts -
There are currently 10 areas within New York state and the surrounding area that are restricted to service members. These are: Erie County, NY; Nassau County, NY; New York City, NY; Suffolk County, NY; Hampden County, MA; Suffolk County, MA; Essex County, NJ; Allegheny County, PA; Philadelphia County, PA; and Canada.
The 350-mile travel radius is no longer in effect. However, the local travel area is defined as the state of New York and its five contiguous states (New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont).
Service members may travel to unrestricted areas within the local travel area with DA-31 approval by the first O-3 in their chain of command. Commanders (O-3) can grant ordinary leave, regular pass or special pass to unrestricted areas.
Service members are restricted from non-PCS/TDY travel outside the local travel area.
Commanders (O-6) can approve travel for medical and legal appointments within off-limit areas (except Canada). Only O-6 commanders can authorize ordinary leave, regular pass or special pass outside of the local travel area. A waiver to travel restrictions may be requested if the travel is necessary due to extreme hardship, humanitarian reasons or PCS orders.
TDY and PCS travel to and from professional military programs is exempt from travel restriction.
Service members have a responsibility to inform their chain of command and submit a DA Form 31 to obtain approval to meet with, or reside with, any non-local visitor or geographically-separated dependent or family member during the regular pass period.
- Gatherings -
Service members are limited to on-post public gatherings of no more than 25 people when outside to maintain physical distancing guidelines. On-post indoor gatherings are permitted when able to maintain physical distancing at no more than 50-percent capacity.
Any indoor or outdoor gatherings at a private residence will be limited to no more than 10 people.
- On-post facilities –
Facilities and venues can continue to operate at up to 50-percent capacity with current COVID-19 safety protocols in place.
All fitness and dining facilities will continue to operate under current occupancy numbers and hours, with physical distancing and cleaning protocols in place.
- School children testing guidelines –
NYS requires that any child sent home from school or childcare for possible COVID symptoms must have a negative COVID test before being allowed to return to the classroom. The following procedures are now in effect:
1.) If a child is suspected of being symptomatic, they will be sent home from their school or childcare facility.
2.) The child is then scheduled within 24 hours for appointment at the Bowe Troop Medical Clinic (if seen on post) or with their off-post health care provider.
3.) If the child is screened by the health care provider and is suspected of being COVID positive, they will be placed in isolation until at least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared. Family members are also required to quarantine as potential close contacts. While a negative test result will not terminate the isolation period, it is required for return to school or childcare.
4.) If the child is not suspected of being COVID positive, they are then sent off post for COVID testing (or receive a test from their off-post health care provider). Once there is a negative COVID test result, there is no requirement to quarantine or isolate for any of the child’s family members.
5.) If the child is diagnosed with another condition by their health care provider, that diagnosis is then verified by lab work. The child will stay at home until symptoms are resolved, and then can return to school with a note from the health care provider verifying their condition.
Please remember that the wear of masks is still required anytime you cannot maintain a distance of six feet or more in all public facilities. Also ensure you continue to comply with state requirements by wearing your mask over your mouth and nose when off post in an area where you cannot maintain a safe social distance.
You can find all the GO 1F updates on the Fort Drum website at www.home.army.mil/drum. Be safe, and have a great weekend!

Good afternoon, everyone! We have some news to share regarding the installation’s COVID-19 safety protocol. Fort Drum General Order 1F has been released today, and here’s the basic summary for your situational awareness.

- Travel Impacts -

There are currently 10 areas within New York state and the surrounding area that are restricted to service members. These are: Erie County, NY; Nassau County, NY; New York City, NY; Suffolk County, NY; Hampden County, MA; Suffolk County, MA; Essex County, NJ; Allegheny County, PA; Philadelphia County, PA; and Canada.

The 350-mile travel radius is no longer in effect. However, the local travel area is defined as the state of New York and its five contiguous states (New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont).

Service members may travel to unrestricted areas within the local travel area with DA-31 approval by the first O-3 in their chain of command. Commanders (O-3) can grant ordinary leave, regular pass or special pass to unrestricted areas.

Service members are restricted from non-PCS/TDY travel outside the local travel area.

Commanders (O-6) can approve travel for medical and legal appointments within off-limit areas (except Canada). Only O-6 commanders can authorize ordinary leave, regular pass or special pass outside of the local travel area. A waiver to travel restrictions may be requested if the travel is necessary due to extreme hardship, humanitarian reasons or PCS orders.

TDY and PCS travel to and from professional military programs is exempt from travel restriction.

Service members have a responsibility to inform their chain of command and submit a DA Form 31 to obtain approval to meet with, or reside with, any non-local visitor or geographically-separated dependent or family member during the regular pass period.

- Gatherings -

Service members are limited to on-post public gatherings of no more than 25 people when outside to maintain physical distancing guidelines. On-post indoor gatherings are permitted when able to maintain physical distancing at no more than 50-percent capacity.

Any indoor or outdoor gatherings at a private residence will be limited to no more than 10 people.

- On-post facilities –

Facilities and venues can continue to operate at up to 50-percent capacity with current COVID-19 safety protocols in place.

All fitness and dining facilities will continue to operate under current occupancy numbers and hours, with physical distancing and cleaning protocols in place.

- School children testing guidelines –

NYS requires that any child sent home from school or childcare for possible COVID symptoms must have a negative COVID test before being allowed to return to the classroom. The following procedures are now in effect:

1.) If a child is suspected of being symptomatic, they will be sent home from their school or childcare facility.

2.) The child is then scheduled within 24 hours for appointment at the Bowe Troop Medical Clinic (if seen on post) or with their off-post health care provider.

3.) If the child is screened by the health care provider and is suspected of being COVID positive, they will be placed in isolation until at least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared. Family members are also required to quarantine as potential close contacts. While a negative test result will not terminate the isolation period, it is required for return to school or childcare.

4.) If the child is not suspected of being COVID positive, they are then sent off post for COVID testing (or receive a test from their off-post health care provider). Once there is a negative COVID test result, there is no requirement to quarantine or isolate for any of the child’s family members.

5.) If the child is diagnosed with another condition by their health care provider, that diagnosis is then verified by lab work. The child will stay at home until symptoms are resolved, and then can return to school with a note from the health care provider verifying their condition.

Please remember that the wear of masks is still required anytime you cannot maintain a distance of six feet or more in all public facilities. Also ensure you continue to comply with state requirements by wearing your mask over your mouth and nose when off post in an area where you cannot maintain a safe social distance.

You can find all the GO 1F updates on the Fort Drum website at www.home.army.mil/drum. Be safe, and have a great weekend!

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