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Headquarter employees, want a great looking shirt or t-shirt with the USASAC logo? You can order one today AND help raise funds for our Org Day.
Get down to the welcome area on the 1st floor between 11 and noon and order one today! Sales close on July 31 for these polos, button downs and t-shirts.

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#ArmyValues: Respect

The #USArmy is one team and we all contribute to that team. Respect is what allows us to appreciate the best in others. https://go.usa.gov/xnE2s

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USASAC welcomes its new commander: MG Drushal: https://www.army.mil/article/208561/drushal_assumes_command_of_usasac_july_16

Check out this feature on a foreign military sales case with partner nation, Lebanon: https://www.army.mil/article/208582/us_military_firepower_arrives_in_lebanon_bolsters_partnership_and_fight_against_isis

USASAC welcomes our new commander, MG Jeff Drushal. Now, let's get to work!

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Today is a great day for an Army ceremony. USASAC will welcome our new commander, MG Jeffery Drushal in his Assumption of Command ceremony.

This photo is the passing of the colors from when our CSM Canada came onboard in 2017. He is being handed the USASAC flag by former director, MG Farmen.

Left, left, left, right ah left!

What running cadence keeps you motivated?

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USASAC former Executive Director and current Deputy to the USASAC Commanding General Robert Moore (right) was recognized by AMC Commander Gen. Gus Perna during a July 13, 2018, award ceremony in the USASAC Great Hall. To view photos of the event, visit https://www.flickr.com/photos/usasac/albums/72157693214176480.

Beginning October 2020, Soldiers will be required to take the new Army Combat Fitness Test.

Do you know the six events?

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#DYK the #MedalofHonor, the nation's highest medal for valor in combat, was established 156 years ago?

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#ArmyValues: Duty

The work of a #USArmy Soldier is never done. The endless combination of missions, tasks and responsibilities keeps our Soldiers in constant motion. Our Soldiers are willing to pay that price, so our Families can rest at night.

https://go.usa.gov/xnE2s

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The game changer.

The bayonet transformed the musket from a medium to long range weapon into an effective close range.

Who's ever trained with a bayonet?

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Someone said they wanted fireworks, so we found some Soldiers to put on a show.

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Our greatest assets are our people; the people within our ranks and the civilians who support us daily.

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The reason we fight!

Soldiers have protected America for 243 years. We want to hear your #SoldierStory as #IndependenceDay approaches.

What do GEN Mark A. Milley's words mean to you?

#July4th #4thOfJuly #FourthOfJuly

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How do you celebrate your Independence?

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It's kind of quiet at the SAC HQ, folks going on vacation for the 4th.

What will you be doing on the 4th?

The New Cumberland USASAC office is celebrating Canada Day today!

Featured here is Canadian Logistic Liaison Officer, Capt. Simon Bowser and USASAC’s Canadian CPM Andrew Markham. They met in March to discuss Canada’s foreign military sales cases. Bowser is one of the 11 countries that have Security Assistance Liaison Officers at USASAC’s New Cumberland, Pa., office.

July 1 is the national day of Canada. A federal holiday that celebrates the anniversary of the July 1, 1867, enactment of the Constitution Act, 1867, which united the three separate colonies of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick into a single Dominion within the British Empire called Canada.

Originally called Dominion Day, the holiday was renamed in 1982, the year the Canada Act was passed. Canada Day celebrations take place throughout the country, as well as in various locations around the world, attended by Canadians living abroad.

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