925th CBN and MICC - Fort Drum

925th CBN and MICC - Fort Drum The 925th CBN & MICC Fort Drum provides contracting support to IMCOM Ft Drum, 10th Mountain Division (Light) and Fort Drum tenant units.

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Today the 925th CBn’s SFC Timmons [seated; center] and SSG Malyshev [seated; center-right] helped facilitate a Soldier o...
11/09/2021

Today the 925th CBn’s SFC Timmons [seated; center] and SSG Malyshev [seated; center-right] helped facilitate a Soldier of the Quarter Board for the 10th Mountain Division’s DENTAC.

SFC Timmons sat-in as the board’s president for SPC Maple’s [standing] board; SPC Maple is a Soldier SFC Timmons recruited 2 years ago while serving as a recruiter in Ohio. Small world! 🌎

419th Contracting Support BrigadeU.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting CommandU.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command

Today the 925th CBn’s SFC Timmons [seated; center] and SSG Malyshev [seated; center-right] helped facilitate a Soldier of the Quarter Board for the 10th Mountain Division’s DENTAC.

SFC Timmons sat-in as the board’s president for SPC Maple’s [standing] board; SPC Maple is a Soldier SFC Timmons recruited 2 years ago while serving as a recruiter in Ohio. Small world! 🌎

419th Contracting Support BrigadeU.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting CommandU.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command

On 05 NOV the 925th CBn conducted “Pay Day Activities,” which included classes and discussion on contracting required so...
11/08/2021

On 05 NOV the 925th CBn conducted “Pay Day Activities,” which included classes and discussion on contracting required sources of supply as well as key laws such as the Buy American Act and Trade Agreements Act.

All and all a great day and superior weather — hence the photo op. ☀️

On 05 NOV the 925th CBn conducted “Pay Day Activities,” which included classes and discussion on contracting required sources of supply as well as key laws such as the Buy American Act and Trade Agreements Act.

All and all a great day and superior weather — hence the photo op. ☀️

Last week BG Lori L. Robinson, 10th Mountain Division’s Deputy CG of Support, visited the 925th CBn to recognize the uni...
11/05/2021

Last week BG Lori L. Robinson, 10th Mountain Division’s Deputy CG of Support, visited the 925th CBn to recognize the unit’s contracting achievements in fiscal year 2021.

Mr. Daniel Rowley, lead Contracting Officer for the Installation Division, received a coin for his efforts in awarding numerous critical contracts, to include training range improvements and base infrastructure.

419th Contracting Support BrigadeU.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting CommandU.S. Army Contracting CommandU.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Today the 925th received a series of critical quarterly, semi-annual, and annual training briefs in the key quest of #re...
10/27/2021

Today the 925th received a series of critical quarterly, semi-annual, and annual training briefs in the key quest of #readiness.

A special thanks to Tammy, the Fort Drum ASAP and Su***de Prevention coordinator, and to the 925th NCOs, for teaching these important courses.

It’s bittersweet that SFC John McDonald is now officially on terminal leave as he prepares to fully retire from the US A...
10/20/2021

It’s bittersweet that SFC John McDonald is now officially on terminal leave as he prepares to fully retire from the US Army after first enlisting in 1997.

John initially served the Army as a wheeled mechanic and HL8 recovery specialist and trainer, participating in numerous tours, deployments, and exercises.

He joined the Acquisitions Corps nearly a decade ago, and truly perfected his craft completing his career with multiple warrants, DAWIA LIII certification, multiple tours in Afghanistan as a LOGCAP ACO, and best of all training and aiding those around him to learn the profession.

John, the 925th Team appreciates all you have done both here at Fort Drum and throughout your expansive career. We also thank your family for the sacrifices they have made in support of our Nation, and for their support to you all of these years.

Best of luck in your next chapter — we know you’ll continue to Live the Legacy!! #armystrong

419th Contracting Support BrigadeU.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting CommandU.S. Army Contracting Command

Congratulations to Sergeant First Class Wade on his promotion from SSG to SFC!!!  Well earned and well deserved; you mak...
10/08/2021

Congratulations to Sergeant First Class Wade on his promotion from SSG to SFC!!! Well earned and well deserved; you make the whole 925th Team proud!!!

419th Contracting Support Brigade

Congratulations to Sergeant First Class Wade on his promotion from SSG to SFC!!! Well earned and well deserved; you make the whole 925th Team proud!!!

419th Contracting Support Brigade

LIVING THE LEGACY!!  — Members of the 925th CBn reunite for a fun photo at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.The Team members are exe...
10/07/2021

LIVING THE LEGACY!! — Members of the 925th CBn reunite for a fun photo at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

The Team members are executing multiple U.S. Army Contracting Command missions in support of U.S. Army Central.

Keep up the great work! Winning Matters!

419th Contracting Support Brigade U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command

LIVING THE LEGACY!! — Members of the 925th CBn reunite for a fun photo at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

The Team members are executing multiple U.S. Army Contracting Command missions in support of U.S. Army Central.

Keep up the great work! Winning Matters!

419th Contracting Support Brigade U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command

Today Soldiers and Leaders of the 925th fired their weapon systems, to include the M4 rifle and the new M17 pistol.  A s...
10/06/2021

Today Soldiers and Leaders of the 925th fired their weapon systems, to include the M4 rifle and the new M17 pistol.

A special thanks to the NCOs from the 10th Mountain Division who provided exceptional training, range control, and safety oversight — all of which directly facilitated the Team’s readiness goals.

U.S. Army Contracting Command U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command 419th Contracting Support Brigade

Fall foilage is coming!!!  Have you checked-out Green Lakes State Park?  This park, just east of Syracuse, features two ...
10/01/2021

Fall foilage is coming!!! Have you checked-out Green Lakes State Park?

This park, just east of Syracuse, features two unique glacial lakes that are remarkably clear and have a greenish/turquoise hue—an incredible sight. Great hiking trails surround the lakes as well, and make for a must-do fall adventure.

Note: photos are from years past — fall foilage is anticipated within the next one to two weeks. Photos by Chris Ray and others unknown.

The 925th CBn currently administers the LOGCAP V contract at Fort Pickett, VA, where CSM Saorrono, ACC CSM, coined the T...
09/28/2021

The 925th CBn currently administers the LOGCAP V contract at Fort Pickett, VA, where CSM Saorrono, ACC CSM, coined the Team’s Marine partner as well as two Contracting Officer Representatives from the Army’s 101st.
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Contracting Detachment Bravo is on their way to execute contract operations in support of Operation Inherent Resolve (OI...
09/25/2021

Contracting Detachment Bravo is on their way to execute contract operations in support of Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) — the 925th Team wishes you all the best on your mission. Good luck, and Winning Matters!!

Contracting Detachment Bravo is on their way to execute contract operations in support of Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) — the 925th Team wishes you all the best on your mission. Good luck, and Winning Matters!!

Have you been to Boldt Castle yet??  22 miles north of Fort Drum sits a slice of fantasy and European architecture. It’s...
08/20/2021

Have you been to Boldt Castle yet?? 22 miles north of Fort Drum sits a slice of fantasy and European architecture. It’s open through early October; see it and the neighboring port city Alexandria Bay while you can! 🏰

Contracting Detachment (CONDET) Bravo excelled in their pre-deployment validation exercise on 10-12 August, 2021. The CO...
08/17/2021

Contracting Detachment (CONDET) Bravo excelled in their pre-deployment validation exercise on 10-12 August, 2021. The CONDET executed a true-to-life mission set which tested their contingency theater contract and contract administration skills.

Kudos to CONDET Bravo on a job well done, and to the staff NCOs who prepared the Detachment to deploy through a rigorous training regiment and the evaluation.

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The 925th CBN’s 06AUG staff ride to the nearby Sacket’s Harbor Battlefield featured an in-depth tour of the 1813 battle ...
08/10/2021

The 925th CBN’s 06AUG staff ride to the nearby Sacket’s Harbor Battlefield featured an in-depth tour of the 1813 battle between US and British forces. Participants learned details from the War of 1812, to include the significance Northern New York played in the war as well as the supply chain logistics role in shipbuilding and fortifications.

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08/03/2021

Steve, the 925th’s illustrious IT guru, sinks Battalion Commander LTC Ricky Torres on his first throw. The dunking booth was a hit during the 925th’s Hawaiian Luau Organizational Day. 💦

The 925th Contracting Battalion held their first “Hawaiian Luau” Organizational Day on 28 July, 2021.  The event brought...
08/03/2021

The 925th Contracting Battalion held their first “Hawaiian Luau” Organizational Day on 28 July, 2021. The event brought together Team members and their families for a well-earned day of fun in the sun ☀️.

The 925th CBn’s Payday Activities on Friday, 04 June, included the Battalion’s professional development workshop coverin...
06/08/2021

The 925th CBn’s Payday Activities on Friday, 04 June, included the Battalion’s professional development workshop covering the book “Freedom’s Forge.” The 925th Soldiers explored contracting parallels such as industrial readiness and the present day contracts that ensure war material production.

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Yesterday, 26 May 2021, was a bittersweet day as the 925th CBn bid farewell to Mr. Moses Faciane.  Moses is retiring aft...
05/27/2021

Yesterday, 26 May 2021, was a bittersweet day as the 925th CBn bid farewell to Mr. Moses Faciane. Moses is retiring after 10 years of civilian service to the Fort Drum Contracting Office where he served as a contracting specialist and quality assurance specialist. Mr. Faciane, a 20 year retired Army veteran, was a crucial part of our organization and will be truly missed. Moses, best of luck on all you do, and may the force be with you!! 🏆 U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command 419th Contracting Support Brigade U.S. Army Contracting Command

Congratulations to our S2P2 Team for awarding their 10,000 contract action under the Army-wide procurement program!! The...
05/05/2021

Congratulations to our S2P2 Team for awarding their 10,000 contract action under the Army-wide procurement program!! The MICC CG, BG Christine Beeler, recognized this fine group during an award ceremony on April 21st. The 925th also presented SFC Nye with the coveted ACC Contingency Contracting Officer medallion, and bid farewell to a few of our outstanding contracting professionals as they prepare to PCS. Connie, Jared, Anastasia, SSG Caldera, & LTC Dirige — thank you for your dedication to the Team! You will be missed! 🏆

The Victims Assistance Center (VAC) of Jefferson County provides services to individuals in our community that are impac...
12/16/2020

The Victims Assistance Center (VAC) of Jefferson County provides services to individuals in our community that are impacted by violent crimes. MICC Fort Drum reached out to the VAC to see if they needed anything for their families this year for the Holidays. MICC Fort Drum answered with a donation of 9 car seats and various toys ranging in ages for these families that are using the VAC services. It is our hope that these donations will help to spread Joy this Christmas to the families and that they are blessed in the coming year. Merry Christmas.

11/09/2020
Halloween Party

MICC Fort Drum is crushing this virtual thing by hosting its Halloween party online. Check out the thriller dance/ Halloween costume contest you won’t be disappointed. The whole team was very excited that LTC Torres was able to judge the contest from Afghanistan.

Congratulations and farewell to Ms. Laura Wallace!  Ms. Wallace received the Department of the Army Civilian Service Ach...
10/19/2020

Congratulations and farewell to Ms. Laura Wallace! Ms. Wallace received the Department of the Army Civilian Service Achievement Medal for her seventeen months of Federal Service as a Government Employee with MICC-Fort Drum.

Ms. Wallace displayed the utmost professionalism when interacting with coworkers, customers, and our industry partners. She provided excellent customer service and was often recognized for her support to the warfighter. Her “can do” attitude has had a tremendous positive impact on the organizational climate.

Thank you Ms. Wallace for your support throughout your tenure with 925th Contracting Battalion/MICC-Fort Drum. You have been an invaluable asset to the organization. We wish you the best of luck with your future endeavors. You will be missed!

"Power Through Good Business!" "Empower the Mountain!"

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On 18 September 2020, members from the 925th Contracting Battalion participated in the Mountain Mudder 2020 at Fort Drum...
09/21/2020

On 18 September 2020, members from the 925th Contracting Battalion participated in the Mountain Mudder 2020 at Fort Drum, New York. The event was a team-building challenge where they showed their grit as they battled mud, water, and the cold along the four-mile course.

“Power Through Good Business!”
“Empower the Mountain!”

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Some exciting news this week: the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) selected Fort Drum as one of five recipients of the 2020 Commander in Chief’s Annual Award for Installation Excellence!

“When we receive an honor such as this, it is a reflection of our entire installation and the community as a whole,” said Col. Jeffery Lucas, Fort Drum garrison commander. “Everyone contributes – our civilian workforce, leaders, Soldiers, family members, and volunteers. It is a collective effort, and I couldn’t be prouder of everyone who lives and works at Fort Drum.”
The Commander in Chief’s Annual Award for Installation Excellence recognizes the outstanding and innovative performances of the people who operate and maintain U.S. military installations. A recognition earned by our entire community!

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08/18/2020

U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command

It is not uncommon to hear Army Leaders use the slogan “People First, Mission Always.” This is because all good leaders know that you cannot achieve your mission without every person in your organization accomplishing his or her tasks. Leaders have to devote time to taking care of people or the mission ultimately fails.

Anthony Sligar, the director of contracting for 925th CBN and MICC - Fort Drum, said COVID-19 has moved the majority of his office operations to telework and has forced management to adapt a new style of leadership. The one thing that is particularly difficult to do over video teleconferencing is team building activities. However, he considers team building a critical aspect of putting people first and a contributing factor to mission success.

Lindsay McLaughlin of MICC-Fort Drum took on the challenge and planned a virtual organization day that was as a huge success. The theme of the day was “Let’s Make an Org Day” and all MICC-Fort Drum employees participated from their homes over a group video conference. The event was spin off of the popular TV Game show “Let’s Make a Deal.” In “Let’s Make a Deal,” host Wayne Brady will poll the audience to provide him with an odd item in a scavenger hunt fashion. The first person to provide the host with that item wins a prize. Sligar served as the game show host and throughout the day polled the office staff to show an item on their camera. The first was a frozen pizza, the first person to run and get a frozen pizza and show it in their camera won.

McLaughlin laughed every time Sligar polled the team for an item as co-workers were seen running away from the camera looking for the item. Other items were a takeout menu, Mickey Mouse stuffed animal, coffee mug with a slogan, pet, and a Hawaiian shirt. The day’s event also included a game of “Name that Tune” and a couple rounds of Bingo. Just like in “Let’s Make a Deal” the winners of these games got to choose a mystery prize from boxes numbered one through four. Two of the boxes included real prizes but the remaining two included “Zonks.” Laura Wallace whom put together the “Name that Tune” game got the first Zonk, a roll of toilet paper. Wallace added as a good sport “the prize was supposed to be a ‘zonk’ but during COVID, toilet paper is like currency.”

An office favorite during “Name that Tune” was when the contestant that got the correct answer was offered an extra point for also singing a portion of the song. McLaughlin noted her favorite part of the day was hearing some of the division chiefs sing the 80’s greatest hits. The day also included award ceremonies with Kristen Church Mulvaney, Linda Picard, Barbara Glen and Ramona Lacey-Gonzalez receiving length-of-service awards. The office also included a hail of newcomer Tasha Driscoll who started during COVID and birthday recognition. The people portion of the day was great. Even though it was held through a video conference, the Org Day was fun, interactive and promoted camaraderie. The mission always portion of the day included office-wide training on the new clause and provisions required to be included in every contract as a result of the Federal Acquisition Regulation rule implementing Section 889(a)(1)(B), which prohibits contracting with an entity that uses any equipment, system or service that uses covered telecommunications equipment or services as a substantial or essential component of any system, or as critical technology as part of any system.

As MICC-Fort Drum members all adjust to the new normal and continue to utilize telework for the health and safety of its office, they found it great to come together as an organization and have some fun!

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Today the 925th CBn’s SFC Timmons [seated; center] and SSG Malyshev [seated; center-right] helped facilitate a Soldier of the Quarter Board for the 10th Mountain Division’s DENTAC. SFC Timmons sat-in as the board’s president for SPC Maple’s [standing] board; SPC Maple is a Soldier SFC Timmons recruited 2 years ago while serving as a recruiter in Ohio. Small world! 🌎 419th Contracting Support BrigadeU.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting CommandU.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command
On 05 NOV the 925th CBn conducted “Pay Day Activities,” which included classes and discussion on contracting required sources of supply as well as key laws such as the Buy American Act and Trade Agreements Act. All and all a great day and superior weather — hence the photo op. ☀️
Last week BG Lori L. Robinson, 10th Mountain Division’s Deputy CG of Support, visited the 925th CBn to recognize the unit’s contracting achievements in fiscal year 2021. Mr. Daniel Rowley, lead Contracting Officer for the Installation Division, received a coin for his efforts in awarding numerous critical contracts, to include training range improvements and base infrastructure. 419th Contracting Support BrigadeU.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting CommandU.S. Army Contracting CommandU.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
Today the 925th received a series of critical quarterly, semi-annual, and annual training briefs in the key quest of #readiness. A special thanks to Tammy, the Fort Drum ASAP and Su***de Prevention coordinator, and to the 925th NCOs, for teaching these important courses.
It’s bittersweet that SFC John McDonald is now officially on terminal leave as he prepares to fully retire from the US Army after first enlisting in 1997. John initially served the Army as a wheeled mechanic and HL8 recovery specialist and trainer, participating in numerous tours, deployments, and exercises. He joined the Acquisitions Corps nearly a decade ago, and truly perfected his craft completing his career with multiple warrants, DAWIA LIII certification, multiple tours in Afghanistan as a LOGCAP ACO, and best of all training and aiding those around him to learn the profession. John, the 925th Team appreciates all you have done both here at Fort Drum and throughout your expansive career. We also thank your family for the sacrifices they have made in support of our Nation, and for their support to you all of these years. Best of luck in your next chapter — we know you’ll continue to Live the Legacy!! #armystrong 419th Contracting Support BrigadeU.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting CommandU.S. Army Contracting Command
Congratulations to Sergeant First Class Wade on his promotion from SSG to SFC!!! Well earned and well deserved; you make the whole 925th Team proud!!! 419th Contracting Support Brigade
LIVING THE LEGACY!! — Members of the 925th CBn reunite for a fun photo at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. The Team members are executing multiple U.S. Army Contracting Command missions in support of U.S. Army Central. Keep up the great work! Winning Matters! 419th Contracting Support Brigade U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command
Today Soldiers and Leaders of the 925th fired their weapon systems, to include the M4 rifle and the new M17 pistol. A special thanks to the NCOs from the 10th Mountain Division who provided exceptional training, range control, and safety oversight — all of which directly facilitated the Team’s readiness goals. U.S. Army Contracting Command U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command 419th Contracting Support Brigade
Fall foilage is coming!!! Have you checked-out Green Lakes State Park? This park, just east of Syracuse, features two unique glacial lakes that are remarkably clear and have a greenish/turquoise hue—an incredible sight. Great hiking trails surround the lakes as well, and make for a must-do fall adventure. Note: photos are from years past — fall foilage is anticipated within the next one to two weeks. Photos by Chris Ray and others unknown.
The 925th CBn currently administers the LOGCAP V contract at Fort Pickett, VA, where CSM Saorrono, ACC CSM, coined the Team’s Marine partner as well as two Contracting Officer Representatives from the Army’s 101st. U.S. Army Contracting Command U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command
Contracting Detachment Bravo is on their way to execute contract operations in support of Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) — the 925th Team wishes you all the best on your mission. Good luck, and Winning Matters!!
The 925th’s own SSG Igor Malyshev just earned the FY2020 Outstanding Contingency Contracting NCO ACC awards for excellence recognition. Congratulations!!!