IMCOM-Pacific director visits Fort Greely

U.S. Army Garrison Alaska, Fort Greely hosted IMCOM-Pacific director Mr. Craig Deatrick April 29 to provide progress updates on Quality of Life initiatives and to visit the Fort Greely workforce. Photo by Angela J. Glass, U.S. Army Garrison Alaska, Fort Greely Public Affairs.

U.S. Army Garrison Alaska, Fort Greely hosted a visit from U.S. Army Installation Management Command Pacific director Mr. Craig Deatrick and his senior enlisted advisor Command Sgt. Maj. Jason Copeland on April 29.

During the visit, they were provided progress report updates regarding Fort Greely Quality of Life initiatives such as upcoming additions to the Aurora Community Activity Center and also received a virtual SM-1A Nuclear Reactor brief from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District program manager, Ms. Brenda Barber. 

Mr. Deatrick and Command Sgt. Maj. Copeland coined multiple garrison employees and Soldiers who were deserving of recognition for their dedication and hard work to the Fort Greely mission, to include the renovation of the installation barracks in preparation of the arrival of the California State National Guard 330th Military Police Company. 

IMCOM-Pacific is headquartered at Fort Shafter, Hawaii and has garrisons in Alaska, Japan, Korea, Kwajalein Atoll, and Hawaii. IMCOM’s mission is to integrate and deliver base support to enable readiness for a globally-responsive Army.