• January 19, 2017

Adopted school gives back to deploying “Long Knife” unit

Students of Thomas Arnold Elementary School give a presentation on peace, the character trait of the month, during an assembly Oct. 4. The school presented their adopted unit, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, Freedom bags as they prepare to deploy later this fall. Their focus today was peace for their school assembly and I feel like they made the “goodie bags” kind of hoping to bring some of our Soldiers peace especially since they’re about to deploy,” said 1st Lt. Kristin Beehler, read detachment personnel officer for Headquarters and Headquarters Company.


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