Public affairs fulfills the Army's obligation to keep the American people and the Army informed and helps to establish the conditions that lead to confidence in America's Army and its readiness to conduct operations in peacetime, conflict, and war. Every member of the Army team contributes to effective PA. The Soldier is the most effective communicator of the Army story. The primary PA functional areas are command information, public information, and community relations. The active Army, U.S. Army Reserve and Army National Guard have an obligation to keep the American people, its internal audiences and other key publics informed about its achievements and successes, as well as its problems and failures. Providing information (openly and honestly - with minimum delay) shows courage, candor, competence and commitment, and contributes to confidence, trust, respect and esteem in the force. The PAO communicates the Army's professional character, beliefs, values and ethics. Army Public Affairs promotes a greater understanding of the Army and its contribution to the nation.
The Command Information section provides news and information to members of the Fort Greely community by producing an array of command information products for our internal audiences.
Community Relations programs support and sustain relationships between service members and leaders at Fort Greely and citizens of neighboring civilian communities.
The Media Relations section assists members of the news media in reporting on Fort Greely, ensuring the American public has access to the information they need understand the military's role in the community, in support of the nation, and in the world.
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The Fort Greely Protocol Office supports garrison directorates with planning and coordinating major meetings, conferences, seminars, demonstrations, tours, and formal visits. Facilitates tenant unit tours and formal visits.