U.S. Army Garrison-Detroit Arsenal

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This is the official page of the U.S. Army Garrison - Detroit Arsenal. While this is an open forum, it's also a family friendly one, so please keep your comments and posts clean. You participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information provided. Posts will be removed and users may be banned permanently if they violate any of the guidelines listed below. • Do not post graphic, obscene, explicit or racial comments . We also do not allow comments that are abusive, hateful, vindictive or intended to defame anyone or any organization. • Do not post any solicitations (ex: asking users to "like" your page, visit your website, sign a petition). • Do not post advertisements, prize contests or giveaways. This includes promotion or endorsement of any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. Similarly, we do not allow attempts to defame or defraud any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. • Do not post details about an ongoing investigation or legal or administrative proceeding that could prejudice the processes or could interfere with an individual's rights will be deleted from this page. • Apparent spamming or trolling will be removed and may cause the author(s) to be blocked from the page without notice. • Do not post copyrighted or trademarked images or graphics. Imagery posted on the Facebook wall should be owned by the user. • Do not post comments, photos or videos that suggest or encourage illegal activity. • Do not post political propaganda. • Do not post documents of any kind. • All information posted to social media sites will be unclassified. No FOUO (for official use only), or classified information should ever be posted. Also, the appearance of external links or the use of third-party applications on this site does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of the U.S. Army or Department of Defense. For more information, visit the DoD Social Media user agreement at: http://www.defense.gov/socialmedia/user-agreement.aspx. Whew. Congratulations to those who have made it this far. Now that all of that is said and done, we hope you'll check here often for news and information, and throw us a note on our wall!

Mission: We are dedicated to providing installation support services enhancing the quality of life for Soldiers, Families and Civilians supporting our Warfighters!

The Detroit Arsenal is very proud of Nancy Mitchell who was awarded a Stalwart Award from IMCOM Nov. 19. So grateful for...
11/21/2019

The Detroit Arsenal is very proud of Nancy Mitchell who was awarded a Stalwart Award from IMCOM Nov. 19. So grateful for all she does for our Army Families and workforce!!

The Stalwart Award is given to IMCOM employees who distinguish themselves amongst their peers as outstanding civilians who exceed the call of duty to achieve Army and IMCOM objectives.

Please joins us for our Thanksgiving feast today.  Located in Cafe 200, Cafe 229 and Mulligan's!
11/21/2019

Please joins us for our Thanksgiving feast today. Located in Cafe 200, Cafe 229 and Mulligan's!

Tankmasters Toastmasters will celebrate its 30th anniversary as a corporate club Thursday, 21 Nov. 21.  Join them for an...
11/20/2019

Tankmasters Toastmasters will celebrate its 30th anniversary as a corporate club Thursday, 21 Nov. 21. Join them for an open house to 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Bldg. 270, Conference Room 1107. Come see what Tankmasters is all about!

Since November 1989, Tankmasters Club has helped members with public speaking. This club provides a supportive and positive environment where members have the opportunity to develop their communication and leadership skills.

The club holds meetings twice a month and enjoys giving speeches, engaging in table topics, practicing speech contests, and providing Speechcraft workshops to empower its members and guests to reach their highest potential.

Pictured are the following membera: Back Row Left to right: Robert Bolton, Karen Colley, Ray Rivero, Joe Mazur, Leonard Elliott, Scott Weld, Louissa Balthazard. Front row left to right: Lloyd Burns, Fadila Dukic, and Paul Anderson. Members not pictured are Martin Wood and Monica Crutchfield.

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Your Army Community Service is pleased to offer the following two terrific courses at the Detroit Arsenal!
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Course Name: Estate Planning
Course Number: WRN-EPS
Dates: 22 MAY 19,
Location: DTA Auditorium bldg. 200
Time: 10:00-12:00
Instructor: Peter Clark

This class is for individuals and families looking to learn more about estate planning. Join us for a discussion about wills, trusts, deeds, beneficiary designations, powers of attorney, patient advocate designations and other tools available for creating an estate plan that best meets your needs.

2 CLP credits - Sign-up in TEDs

POC:
[email protected]
Survivor Outreach Services Coordinator
Army Community Service
Installation Management Command
USAG Detroit Arsenal
http://detroit.armymwr.com/us/detroit/programs/acs/

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Course Name: Personal Finance for Millennials
Course Number: GAR-PFM
Dates: 16 JULY 19
Location: DTA Auditorium bldg. 200
Time: 10:00-12:00
Instructor: Daniel Overholt

This course is geared towards millennials, however it is open to any DTA personnel who may be interested, as the course will provide general insight into many different personal finance topics, including the basics of budgeting, compound interest, emergency funds, retirement savings, debt reduction, purchasing expensive assets (homes, vehicles, etc.), the dangers of credit cards, and also how much you might need to retire comfortably.

Guest speaker - Dan Overholt (a fellow millennial!)."
2 CLP credits - Sign-up in TEDs


POC:
[email protected]
Survivor Outreach Services Coordinator
Army Community Service
Installation Management Command
USAG Detroit Arsenal
http://detroit.armymwr.com/us/detroit/programs/acs/

This week of May 12-18 is National Police Week. Each year, Americans set aside a week to salute the men and women who do...
05/15/2019

This week of May 12-18 is National Police Week. Each year, Americans set aside a week to salute the men and women who do the dangerous and often thankless work of protecting our communities. We honor those who protect and serve us every minute, every hour, every day. We honor the courageous officers who devoted themselves so fully to others that in the process they laid down their lives.

Our nation's peace officers embody the very idea of citizenship - the belief that along with our rights come responsibilities, both to ourselves and to others.

We want to take this opportunity to acknowledge the selfless service, duty and personal courage of our Detroit Arsenal law enforcement. The danger is real and they stand on that line every day to protect this installation. Please remember to thank a law enforcement officer this week.

In keeping with the theme of thanks, the following is an excerpt from President Trump’s 2019 Peace Officers Memorial Day proclamation. “On Peace Officers Memorial Day and throughout Police Week, we express our unending gratitude to our Nation’s law enforcement officers. Those brave men and women selflessly confront danger to protect our families and defend our communities. We also honor those in blue who have been killed or disabled in the line of duty. We are especially mindful of the tremendous sacrifices of the 106 heroes who laid down their lives last year while protecting their communities.”

Your Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR) is pleased to announce:  "Mother's Day Brunch" at Mulligan's Resta...
05/07/2019

Your Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR) is pleased to announce: "Mother's Day Brunch" at Mulligan's Restaurant at the Selfridge Golf Course Sun., May 12.

Don't delay! Reservations are available from 9 a.m. to noon. Reserve your spot today! 586-239-4344

Brunch includes an omelet station, and an assortment of breakfast, lunch, dessert and refreshments. Sponsored by NDIA- MI Chapter & AUSA Michigan's Arsenal of Democracy Chapter.

Adults: $23
Active Duty/Reservist Adult: $22 with ID
Children ages 3 -12: $14
Children under 3: Free

Please bring CAC or DBIDS card for Selfridge ANG Base access.

No Federal Endorsement Intended.

U.S. Army's STRONG B.A.N.D.S fitness campaign began in May and your Family and MWR at the Detroit Arsenal has multiple, ...
05/07/2019

U.S. Army's STRONG B.A.N.D.S fitness campaign began in May and your Family and MWR at the Detroit Arsenal has multiple, fun and exciting events scheduled!

#strongbands

05/07/2019
Special Edition: Army Civilians

The first week of May is Public Service Recognition Week, and AUSA's Army Matters Podcast series (29 April 2019 edition), was in honor of Army Civilians. The Army Civilian Podcast has been released and can be accessed via this link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sjzj1FatgDw

The guest host for this special edition on Army Civilians is Mr. John Nerger, a career Army Civilian who retired from the Department of the Army in 2015 after nearly 36 years of federal government service, including 15 years as a member of the Senior Executive Service. He leads a discussion on what it is like to work for the Army with two current Army Civilians, Ms. Diana Nalli, a Financial Management Analyst with the Assistant Secretary of the Army Financial Management & Comptroller, in the Army Budget Office, and Ms. Shruti Jha, an Environmental Engineer at the Combat Capabilities Development Command Ground Vehicle Systems Center in Warren, Michigan.

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-v5qgg-af45cc The first week of May is Public Service Recognition Week, and our podcast today is in honor of Am...

Detroit Arsenal Tenants:The TACOM G-1 is looking for two volunteers to be part of the Local Federal Coordinating Committ...
05/01/2019

Detroit Arsenal Tenants:

The TACOM G-1 is looking for two volunteers to be part of the Local Federal Coordinating Committee for the Combined Federal Campaign (LFCC).

The LFCC is responsible for the general policy and budget affecting the State of Michigan Zone 026.

The CFC is the sole authorized fund-raising drive conducted in the Federal workplace. The United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has been charged with the management and oversight of the CFC. Due to limited resources, OPM cannot manage the actual operations of the 40 regional CFCs; therefore, it has authorized the establishment of the LFCC. The LFCC for the State of Michigan Zone 026 will organize, plan, and execute the CFC for entire state. This includes establishing and acting upon policies and procedures of the CFC and managing and directing the activities of the Outreach Coordinator (OC). The LFCC must abide with the regulations in 5 CFR §950 and OPM directives. The LFCC consists of a minimum of three (3) members and a maximum of twenty-five (25) members representing as many of the contributing organizations as possible. Membership shall be open to those federal employees interested in the promotion of the local CFC. LFCC members are requested to attend one hour meetings via conference call for approximately nine months per year. Local charity applications are reviewed online each year (March-April), and LFCC members are requested to dedicate at least 15 hours to this special project.

If you wish to volunteer, please obtain supervisor concurrence and contact G1 POC: Brian Fisher [email protected]

For specific LFCC questions please contact Ms. Michelle Rhodes (313) 226-3534; [email protected]

U.S. Army's STRONG B.A.N.D.S fitness campaign begins in May and your Family and MWR at the Detroit Arsenal has multiple,...
05/01/2019

U.S. Army's STRONG B.A.N.D.S fitness campaign begins in May and your Family and MWR at the Detroit Arsenal has multiple, fun and exciting events scheduled.

#strongbands

BOATING SEASON IS HERE!!!The Army's Family & Morale, Welfare & Recreation at the Detroit Arsenal, operates a marina at S...
04/30/2019

BOATING SEASON IS HERE!!!

The Army's Family & Morale, Welfare & Recreation at the Detroit Arsenal, operates a marina at Selfridge Air National Guard Base! We have small and medium boat slips available for the 2019 boating season! Call before they are gone!

We are conveniently located on beautiful Lake St. Clair, in Macomb County near Harrison Township.

Medium Slip (Boats at 21 ft. - up to 26 ft.): only $790

Small Slip (Boats at 20ft. and smaller): only $620

You can access Selfridge with your CAC, or anyone can apply for a DBID's access card. Upon approval, you will have 24 hour access to your boat slip!

POC: 586-282-8055 or e-mail: [email protected]mail.mil

TACOM Employee receives Distinguished Toastmasters AwardDetroit Arsenal - Warren, MI, - Ramon (Ray) Rivero, Logistics Sp...
04/25/2019

TACOM Employee receives Distinguished Toastmasters Award

Detroit Arsenal - Warren, MI, - Ramon (Ray) Rivero, Logistics Specialist at TACOM Integrated Logistics Support Center, was honored by Tankmasters Toastmasters of the Detroit Arsenal for his achievement in public speaking when he earned the Distinguished Toastmaster designation Nov. 21, 2018.

Rivero began his Tankmasters Toastmaster journey in February 2012 because he liked the idea of working toward Toastmasters leadership and communication awards. When Toastmasters International rolled out their new Pathways education program in September 2017, Rivero decided to make the commitment to complete his Distinguished Toastmasters Award before the cutoff date of Jun. 30, 2020.

“Earning the award required me to serve as a Pathways Guide, educating members about the program. The exposure to multiple clubs broadened my horizons on making Tankmasters more effective for our members. It became clear that the club’s survival depended upon how rapidly we adapted to Pathways, especially since we attracted nine new members during the 2017-18 year.”

The path to earn a the award requires giving a significant number of speeches and facilitating workshops, as well as serving Toastmasters International at the District level.

Rivero eventually joined Optimistic Orators in order to improve his speaking and presentation skills. There he met Linda Anger and Carol Durling, who served on the guidance committee for his high performance leadership project - another requirement of the educational award.

“I applied to be a Pathways Guide in May 2017 and asked both my team leader and fellow Tankmasters member, Davette Pittman, to write letters of recommendation. I'm happy to say that I was appointed to be one of the two guides for District 28, Division E, for the 2017-2018 Toastmasters year,” he stated. “Without the help of my fellow Tankmasters and members across southeast Michigan, I would never have accomplished this award.”

Joseph Mazur, current president of Tankmasters Toastmasters, says, “We are proud of Ray’s accomplishment. Becoming a Destinguished Toastmaster takes a lot of work. This speaks volumes to how dedicated Ray is to his own education, to our club, and Toastmasters as a whole.”

Photo left to right: Paul Anderson, Ray Rivero and Joe Mazur.

Tankmasters Toastmasters meets regularly on the second and fourth Wednesdays, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Detroit Arsenal Bldg. 270 second floor, CR 2401. For more information about the event and club please visit https://www.3965.toastmastersclubs.org.

About Toastmasters International
Toastmasters International is a worldwide nonprofit educational organization that empowers individuals to become more effective communicators and leaders. Headquartered in Englewood, Colorado, the organization's membership exceeds 357,000 in more than 16,600 clubs in 143 countries. Since 1924, Toastmasters International has helped people from diverse backgrounds become more confident speakers, communicators and leaders. For information about local Toastmasters clubs, please visit www.toastmasters.org. Follow @Toastmasters on Twitter.

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If you forget your CaC - go back!
04/16/2019

If you forget your CaC - go back!

Keep it protected. Reel in critical information. #protectyouraccesscard

The Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation's Child Youth School Services'  Bryant Center at Selfridge ANGB were thril...
04/15/2019

The Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation's Child Youth School Services' Bryant Center at Selfridge ANGB were thrilled to host volunteers to help children build birdhouses. CYS staffers recently hosted Dave R. and The Home Depot to make birdhouses.

Two CYS staffers had their significant others help, plus we had three dads who volunteered.

Special thanks to The Home Depot and Dave R. for coming out.

No Federal Endorsement Intended.

Each and every volunteer breathes life into our Detroit Arsenal Community and for that we are beyond thankful.Contrary t...
04/11/2019

Each and every volunteer breathes life into our Detroit Arsenal Community and for that we are beyond thankful.

Contrary to many aspects of our OWN lives, volunteers do not have to do the work they do. Instead, they offer their time, talent and resources because they want to.

As volunteers, you have agreed to serve and have shared your time, talent, and energy. These qualities of inherent selflessness and compassion deserve to be publicly honored. By giving yourself wholeheartedly, you have positively affected the lives of our Detroit Arsenal Community. We thank you and want to recognize all of you!

Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation's Child & Youth Services is pleased to invite you to sign-up your 7th-12th gra...
04/08/2019

Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation's Child & Youth Services is pleased to invite you to sign-up your 7th-12th grade student for the FreeStar Financial Credit Union event seminar.

"Mad City Money Youth Budgeting Seminar"
at the Detroit Arsenal
10 am (9:45 arrival and check-in, please).

Deadline to register is April 9, 2019.
Don't delay as space is limited.

Register online or by phone:
https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil (Must be currently registered with CYS and have a username and password).
or call Parent Central at (586) 282-9122

Designed specifically for 7th-12th graders, participants will see what real life budgeting and compromising is with a partner. There will be approximately a dozen staff members to serve as merchants and provide assistance to the teens as they spend their monthly income on purchasing a home, vehicle, infant care, etc.

The seminar is around 90-110 minutes.
Special thanks to FreeStar Financial Credit Union!

POC:
Alexander Gravlin,
CYS MST Director
USAG - Detroit Arsenal [email protected]

No Federal Endorsement Intended

Easter Brunch at Mulligan's Restaurant Sun., April 21, 9 a.m. to noon.Call to reserve today.Menu includes a variety of b...
04/03/2019

Easter Brunch at Mulligan's Restaurant Sun., April 21, 9 a.m. to noon.

Call to reserve today.

Menu includes a variety of breakfast/lunch selections.
Adults: Only $23
Active Duty/Reservist Adult: $22
Children ages 3-12: Only $14
Children under 3: Complimentary

Special thanks to our sponsors: NDIA- MI Chapter and FreeStar Financial Credit Union and Ladies AMVETS

*Accepting Pre-Paid Reservations (Reservations are non-refundable). Call (586)239-4344 Mulligan's Restaurant & Banquet Center (at Selfridge Golf Course - Selfridge ANG Base)

Come visit with the Easter Bunny and join us for an Easter egg hunt at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. and receive a coloring book for kids age 8 and under while supplies last!

Mulligan's Restaurant is located on Selfridge Golf Course *Please bring CAC or DBids for easy access to Selfridge ANG Base.

No federal endorsement intended.

Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Matting and Framing Special!       20% Off Graduation Projects!April 1 thru Ju...
04/01/2019

Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Matting and Framing Special!
20% Off Graduation Projects!

April 1 thru June 26th promotion!

Valid on 1 item only/ Valid for 1 time use per customer for Graduation Project only.

To ensure timely completion all orders must be placed three weeks prior to deadline date. All projects must be paid in full at time of approval. All projects must be picked up by close of business June 26, 2019.

Matting and Framing - FMWR - U.S. Army Detroit Arsenal
Building 230E - Workshop Room 1710

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. & noon – 3 p.m.
Phone: 586.282.7194 / 586.282.7236
E-mail: [email protected]l
Website: https://detroit.armymwr.com/programs/matting-framing-and-poster-printing

Please allow 10 business days to complete orders.
Consultations may be arranged by calling 586-282-7194

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Family and MWR is pleased to offer you services for matting and framing, shadow boxes, posters and more! This service supports official business needs, as well as personal projects.

Official projects: certificate matting & framing, shadow boxes, select posters, lamination and graphics work.

Personal memories - i.e.: Graduation certificates, artwork, personal photos, sports-related shadow boxes for those medals, ribbons and competition awards, along with poster printing!

Stop by and say hello, or e-mail your questions to:
usarmy.det[email protected]

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6501 E 11 Mile Rd
Warren, MI
48397-5000

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