10 U.S. Army installations and their public partners have been recognized for partnerships improving quality of life for Soldiers and their families, increasing military readiness, and fostering stronger community relationships.

“Our people are the centerpiece of the Army, and we must do all we can to take care of them,” said Hon. Alex Beehler, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment. “To ensure we maintain readiness, we will continue to mitigate the risks posed during this unprecedented time to keep Army personnel and their families healthy and safe.”

This year’s partnership awards include:

  • Fort Lee, Virginia, computer-aided dispatch intergovernmental support agreement
  • Yakima Training Center, Washington, joint fire response team
  • Georgia Army National Guard COVID-19 care facility dashboard
  • North Dakota National Guard Partnership in Prevention
  • Fort Hamilton, New York, joint law enforcement support
  • Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Virginia, autonomous vehicle study
  • Detroit Arsenal, Michigan, Child and Youth Services middle school and teen program
  • U.S. Army Garrison Daegu, South Korea, mutual aid agreement
  • Fort Huachuca, Arizona, mutual public safety support
  • Fort Meade, Maryland Community Covenant Agreement

Read about the award recipients in further depth here

Photo by Master Sgt. John Hughel