Latrines on Ice
The Fort Greely garrison hosted the 9th Annual Latrines on Ice as part of the 2018 Spring Fling Campaign March 17. Spring Fling is an annual family-friendly event that provies an opportunity to shake off the winter blues.
Flag Day 2019
U.S. Army Garrison Fort Greely and Soldiers from the 49th Missile Defense Battalion hosted a morning Reveille ceremony in honor of National Flag Day and the Army's 244th Birthday June 14.
Deltana Fair Opening Ceremony 2019
U.S. Army Garrison Alaska, Fort Greely Commander Lt. Col. Joel Johnson gave opening ceremony remarks for the 40th Deltana Fair July 26 at the Delta fairgrounds.
National Night Out 2019
Rain showers did not stop U.S. Army Garrison Fort Greely from celebrating the 36th anniversary of National Night Out Aug. 6 at the North Haven Pavilion. Soldiers and their families, tenant units, civilians and contractors were treated to a fun afternoon filled with food and camaraderie. National Night Out is Fort Greely's annual community-building campaign that promotes community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie making Fort Greely a safer and better place to live.
Journey with Troops
U.S. Army Garrison Fort Greely Chief of Plans, Maj. Brian Grace assists a student with his reading activity during the “Journey with Troops” reading program Nov. 20 at the Delta Elementary School. “Journey with Troops” is just one of the multiple events that are planned under Fort Greely’s Adopt-A-School program.
USAG Fort Greely garrison leadership, left to right, CSM Breakfield, CH (LTC) Fritts, and Garrison Commander LTC Johnson prepare to serve Thanksgiving dinner Nov. 27 at the garrison dining facility.
Adopt-A-School Journey with Troops
U.S. Army Garrison Alaska, Fort Greely Chief of Plans, Maj. Brian Grace helps a Delta Elementary School student with her reading Jan. 22 while volunteering with Fort Greely’s Adopt-A-School Program.
Family Care Center Grand Opening
U.S. Army Garrison Alaska, Fort Greely hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Feb. 5 for the first Family Child Care home opened on the installation since 2014. Ms. Danielle Davis, the registered owner of the FCC home, is a military spouse and also has been an employee at the Child Development Center on Fort Greely. Mrs. Davis currently has three children enrolled in her new home program and parents that are requesting interviews to be a part of the program.
Spring Fling 2020
U.S. Army Garrison Alaska, Fort Greely Family and MWR hosted their 11th Annual Latrines on Ice event as part of the 2020 Spring Fling Campaign March 14 at Quartz Lake. Latrines on Ice pitted six “latrine” teams against each other in a race to the finish. Coming in first was the garrison team led by Tammy Powers and Lt. Col. Joel Johnson, second place went to the Boosters from the 49th Missile Defense Battalion led by 1st Sgt. Robert Carson, and third place went to 59th Signal Battalion led by Barb Flynn.
There are no upcoming events.