B Co 10 BSB 1 BCT 10th Mountain Division (LI)

B Co 10 BSB 1 BCT 10th Mountain Division (LI) This is the official page of the Bravo Company, 10th BSB, 1 BCT, 10th Mountain Division(LI). For questions, comments or suggestions please contact S1 at 772-9177
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Operating as usual

General Order #1G was published out yesterday. For Bulldog Company, we need to ensure every leader and soldier understan...
03/19/2021

General Order #1G was published out yesterday.

For Bulldog Company, we need to ensure every leader and soldier understand and implement these changes.

#GO1G #BULLDOGS #WELEADTHEWAY

General Order #1G was published out yesterday.

For Bulldog Company, we need to ensure every leader and soldier understand and implement these changes.

#GO1G #BULLDOGS #WELEADTHEWAY

03/18/2021

SGT(P) Bent was awarded the (Presence For Excellence Sherpa 10th BSB Coin) for leading a platoon of soldiers to winning the ESB Sherpa Challenge.

Bulldogs! We Lead The Way!

03/18/2021

SPC Martinez, Pablo Re-enlisted Today.

He will be heading to Hawaii in the near future!

Bulldogs! We Lead The Way!

SGT Laxton & SPC Terrasas Reenlistments Bulldogs!
03/17/2021

SGT Laxton & SPC Terrasas Reenlistments

Bulldogs!

Bravo Company Bull Dogs working on improving their strength and conditioning through the rigorous gym in box training pr...
03/17/2021

Bravo Company Bull Dogs working on improving their strength and conditioning through the rigorous gym in box training program facilitated by 1SG Zimmerman

Please see the info below about a great free and confidential resource offered through Military & Family Life Counseling
11/17/2020

Please see the info below about a great free and confidential resource offered through Military & Family Life Counseling

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
11/14/2020

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

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!

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division
10/30/2020

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

Warrior Soldiers hauled in a MOUNTAIN of candy weighing 5,495lbs for the 1st BCT Parade of Halloween. Make sure you swing by tonight from 4pm to 7pm and get your fill of candy!

We hope to see you there
10/30/2020

We hope to see you there

The 1BCT Parade of Halloween is coming soon! Here's a quick map to familiarize you with where all the spooky scares and trick or treats will be along with all the fun themes each unit will be decorating. Make sure you come and check out our 1BCT Parade of Halloween 4pm to 7pm this Friday!

See below for updates
07/14/2020

See below for updates

Fort Drum General Order 1E is now in effect and that means a few changes in operations moving forward so let’s map it all out. (The pun was intentional. Forgive us. It’s been a long 2020.) Also, the command team will be holding a live town hall this Thursday, July 16 at 12 noon here on the page to discuss the entire order and answer all your questions. Please join us for that!

- Travel Impacts -
The most significant change is the extension of the local travel area to a 350-mile radius. Travel within this new local travel area does not require any additional approval for those on regular pass. There are however, still restricted areas as noted in red on the map and we’re gonna go ahead and list them all: Albany County, NY; Erie County, NY; Monroe County, NY; New York City; Oneida County, NY; Onondaga County, NY; Hampden County, MA; Suffolk County, MA; Essex County, NJ; Allegheny County, PA; Philadelphia County, PA; Cuyahoga County, OH; Baltimore County, MD; Prince George County, MD; Arlington County, VA; Fairfax County, VA; Prince William County, VA; State of Delaware, Washington D.C. and Canada. Service Members may drive through these off-limits areas travelling to another destination but may not visit any destinations within those counties or states listed.

In order to travel to unrestricted areas outside of the 350-mile local travel area, Soldiers must possess a DA-31 approved by the first 0-3 in their chain of command. Travel to restricted areas must still be approved at the 0-6 level.

Soldiers are not authorized to use commercial air, train, bus or other public transportation for their travel unless approved by an O-3 commander. Taxicabs and other car services may be used within the local travel area.

Please be aware that other states and counties may have their own restrictions and requirements in place for travelers. Know what’s required before you leave. Soldiers are strongly discouraged from committing funds to travel before they have an approved DA-31.

Traveling to areas found on the NYS List of Restricted States (https://on.ny.gov/2WkwPvz) or the CDC’s Travel Recommendations list (https://bit.ly/2Cy8aNa) will automatically require a 14-day quarantine upon your return to New York State.

- Visitors -
The trusted traveler program remains suspended at this time. Visitors who have a DoD ID card or a Fort Drum local access badge may enter the installation providing they have not traveled outside of the 350-mile radius or to one of the off-limits counties.

Visitors without a DoD ID card must have sponsorship approval in the form of an Exception to Policy (ETP) to gain access to the installation. This approval happens at the first O-5 or GS equivalent in your chain of command. All other visitor requests must be approved by the Garrison Commander.

Soldiers must submit a DA-31 to the first O-3 in their chain and obtain approval to meet or reside with any non-local visitor (from outside of the 350-mile radius) or geographically separated dependent or family member outside of the installation.

- PCS/TDY Travel -
PCS and TDY Travel are now broken down into four categories:
Unrestricted Travel indicates that the origin, destination and all intermediate stops of your travel itinerary are designated as unrestricted locations. The unit must confirm that all locations continue to be unrestricted no more than 10 days before the travel is to start. If any of the locations have changed category to restricted, travel will then require a waiver to be requested and approved.

Restricted Travel requires travelers to receive an approved ETP prior to the PCS or TDY as any one of the origin, destination or intermediate stop locations are designated as restricted.

Waivered Travel means you’ve requested and received an ETP and your PCS/TDY has been deemed necessary. This can be the case for extreme hardship, humanitarian reasons or in support of the mission. G1 will continue to coordinate and validate these requests and route to the first General Officer in a Soldier’s chain for approval.

Exempted Travel is PCS/TDY that does not require a waiver. This exemption will be indicated on orders or in a memo that travelers must carry with them. Some examples of Exempted Travel include: travel for Soldiers/DA Civilians pending retirement, separations or release from Active Duty. Also included is travel by patients and medical providers as well as their attendants and escorts; travel to and from professional military programs and travel for Global Force Management activities.

You can find all of this information fully broken down in General Order 1E on our website here: https://bit.ly/3gTrPpq

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.

We’ll continue to share the latest updates here and on our website: home.army.mil/drum

First Brigade Combat Team Rear-Detachment Unit Ministry Team
07/12/2020

First Brigade Combat Team Rear-Detachment Unit Ministry Team

1BCT Families,
Fort Drum Community Food Box Distribution
begins on July 18, 2020, 9 AM - 1 PM
FORT DRUM MAIN POST CHAPEL PARKING LOT
Bldg. 10785A, Chapel Drive

Registration is required prior to pick-up. You can register here:
https://forms.gle/JKSYxGxtN12FmcNd9

PSA
07/12/2020

PSA

Changes to APO mail.

Effective August 13, handwritten PS Form 2976, PS Form 2976-A, and PS Form 2976-B customs declaration forms will no longer be accepted at military post offices.

This policy change is due to the Global Trade Compliance requirements that address international security risks facing the United States.

After August 13, any packages found in the mail stream with hand written customs declaration forms will be returned to sender. This change will impact service members serving abroad. Visit the following link for customer options.
https://www.milsuite.mil/book/docs/DOC-743159

07/03/2020
U.S. Army Pacific

#NotInOurArmy

The characteristics of sexual harassment and sexual assault vary, but there are prominent clues we should all look for. This presentation offers a different approach to the subject of SHARP.

April is nationally recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month -- an annual campaign to raise public awareness about sexual assault and educate communities on how to prevent sexual violence.

The SHARP hotline provides 24/7 response to active duty soldiers and family member/ dependant 18 years or older, who are victims of sexual assault. If you have been a victim of sexual assault call the 24/7 dedicated hotline 808-655-9474.

(Video by Staff Sgt. Vanessa Atchley and Sgt. Alvin Reeves
28th Public Affairs Detachment)

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
06/10/2020

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

If you joined us for the CLIF earlier today, you heard that we're asking Fort Drum Spouses to take this survey and help us rework our procedures. Our goal is to assist Military Spouses attain their personal career goals and we need you to tell us how we can help! Whether you are employed, unemployed, or underemployed, please take a few minutes and give us your thoughts.

You can take the survey here: https://www.research.net/r/779FFDC

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
06/05/2020

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Good morning all! Fort Drum is now operating under Health Protection Condition Bravo. The move to HPCON Bravo means some changes to procedures and services that have been published in General Order 1D and we’ll be outlining those below. These changes may seem like the initial steps on the path back to “normal” but it is vital to recognize that we each have a personal responsibility to continue using the preventative measures that have kept COVID 19 from gaining a foothold in our community. Remember to practice social distancing, wear your masks, wash your hands and keep up to date with community news and guidance. We’ll continue to share the latest updates here and on our website: home.army.mil/drum

Also, we are currently experiencing a phone service outage throughout the installation. The Guthrie appointment lines are down. Fort Drum Medical Activity is working on getting the system up and running as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can still make same-day appointments by going to TRICAREOnline.com, calling the MHS Nurse Advice Line at 1-800-TRICARE (874-2273), or by sending a message through TRICARE Online Secure Messaging. The barber shop at the PX is taking walk ins as customers will be unable to get through to book today's appointments.

- Reporting Status -
Mission Required Personnel Only

Please speak with your chain of command/supervisor to determine whether or not you are considered mission required and for further guidance.

- Gate Information -
WSAAF Gate: OPEN to all patrons with valid ID cards and passes during the hours of 5:30 am – 10:00 pm. The gate will be closed during DONSAs, weekends and holidays.
Cerjan Gate: OPEN
Gas Alley Gate: OPEN
Mount Belvedere Gate: OPEN to DoD ID Holders ONLY

Travel Radius: The extended travel radius now encompasses a distance of 200 miles outside of Fort Drum with the exception of specific high-risk areas to include Albany County, Onondaga County (where Chick-fil-A is, to save everyone some googling), Monroe County, Erie County, Oneida County, Hampden County (MA) and Canada. Service Members can travel inside of the local travel area (60 miles) without any leave or pass. In order to travel within this extended local travel area (200 miles), SMs need approved leave or pass (signed DA-31, O5 level). You may, of course, drive through the prohibited areas (with the exception of Canada) en route to your destination. Please be aware that the extended travel radius includes some portions of other states that have their own travel restrictions and guidance. Before traveling, please research any requirements your destination may have in place. Leave for travel outside of the 200 mile radius or to an off limits area will still require an Exception to Policy. Please also note that if someone from a Soldier’s household travels outside of the radius or if you meet with individuals who reside outside the 200 miles, a two-week quarantine will be required. This is in an effort to mitigate any possible exposure or spread of the virus. If you have questions please reach out to your chain of command or supervisor for additional guidance.

Visitors: Soldiers are required to obtain approval through the chain of command for all visitors to enter Fort Drum regardless of their distance from the installation. If you are not an Active Duty Soldier but reside on the installation you may request to have a visitor enter Fort Drum by contacting the Fort Drum Department of Public Works, Housing Division, 315-772-7256. These requests are subject to approval by the Garrison Commander.

Parks and Playgrounds: Parks are now open for use by community members, this includes those playgrounds in the Fort Drum Mountain Community Homes footprint and the dog parks. Before grabbing the sunblock and heading out please remind family members about the importance of social distancing and ensure children wash their hands. Also, please be aware that these facilities will not be cleaned and it’s up to park visitors to ensure they aren’t contributing to overcrowding.

Guidance for Gatherings: On post, outdoor gatherings are now permitted for a maximum of 25 individuals. Please continue to maintain social distancing throughout these events. When inside, gatherings are permitted when social distancing guidelines can be maintained and the facility does not reach more than 50% of its total capacity.

Barracks: Cross barracks visitation is now authorized. Soldiers should continue to follow social distancing guidelines.

DFACs: Beginning the week of June 15, dining facilities will be open for dine-in service. Social distancing requirements will still be in place and seating is restricted to every other seat. All DFACs are limited to a 50% capacity for diners. Salad bars/grab and go remain closed.

Education Center: Beginning on June 8, the Ed Center will open the Army Personnel Test (APT) Center and conduct counseling via telephone, email and online. Starting approximately June 22, staff will begin AM/PM classes for the Basic Skills Education Program (BSEP).

Face Masks: The wearing of face masks continues to be a requirement when entering the Commissary, Exchange, Shopettes or any other public or work area where a minimum of 6 feet of social distance cannot be continuously maintained.

Fitness Facilities: Beginning Monday, June 8, there will be updated hours for the gyms. These facilities are still only open for Active Duty Service Members at this time.
- Magarth Sports Complex Open Mon. – Fri. 8 a.m. - 7 p.m., Sat. 9 am - 3 pm
- Magrath Pool Open Mon. – Fri. 6:30 a.m. - 8 a.m. for Unbreakable Warrior Program Only
- Monti Physical Fitness Center Open Mon. – Fri. 6 a.m. - 11 a.m. for Unbreakable Warrior Program Only, Mon. – Fri. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. for Active Duty Only, Sun. 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
- Atkins Functional Fitness Center – Mon. – Fri. 11 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
All patrons must be in PT uniform and have DoD ID card to enter fitness facilities.

Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division Museum: Open June 15 for unit/Soldier training. Open July 1 to public. Social distancing requirements must be maintained and visitors will be limited to no more than 50% of the facility’s capacity.

Religious Services: Beginning approximately July 1, chapels will be open for worship services. Those attending services must maintain social distancing requirements and utilize hand sanitizing stations at entrances. There will be seating restrictions and limitations for Communion/Eucharist options.

RV Parks and Cabins at Remington: These facilities will be open beginning Monday, June 8 for reservations by DoD ID Card holders who are traveling from within the 200 mile radius (excluding the off limits areas).

USO: Open June 15 with limited hours. Visit them on Facebook USO Fort Drum

You can find all these updates and more in this special section of our website:
https://home.army.mil/drum/index.php/about/Garrison/public-affairs/coronavirus-update

If you have any questions please drop them in the comments and we’ll work to get the answer.

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Building 10422, 5th Armored Division Drive, Fort Drum NY, 13602
Fort Drum, NY
13602

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Welcome!!! This is Bravo Company's official page where you will find our most recent updates, comments and photos. If you are looking for specific information about the Brigade or the Battalion plese visit the homepage at: www.drum.army.mil

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