Recruiters at Psychological Operations Training Fair
Recruiters from the Special Operations Recruiting Battalion will be at the Fort Bragg Psychological Operations Training Fair Wednesday, at JFK Auditorium, Building 3-2004, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., to provide information and answer questions about pursuing a career in psychological operations.
Information briefings are conducted every Tuesday, at noon, in Building 2-1120, East Basement, Jackson and Macomb streets. The briefings are open to Soldiers and their spouses and covers qualification requirements and the application process. For more information, call 396-5786, 907-5913 or go to www.sorbrecruiting.com/PSYOP.htm.
Blood drive scheduled
The 3rd Military Information Support Battalion is planning a blood drive, June 21, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the MISOC Classroom on Psyop/MISO way. For more information, call Staff Sgt. Nick Waddell at 432-1060.
Notice of estate
This notice serves as an advisory for all those in possession of the property of Spc. John T. Zieja, as well as to persons to whom the deceased is indebted, or those indebted to the deceased. Contact 1st Lt. Thomas C. Evensen, summary court martial officer at Battery B, 1st Battalion, 321st AFAR, with all inquiries at 849-7233.
This notice serves as an advisory for all those in possession of the property of Master Sgt. Alicia N. Breeding, as well as to persons to whom the deceased is indebted, or those indebted to the deceased. Contact 1st Lt. Devan Smith, summary court martial officer, Company A, Warrior Transition Battalion with all inquiries at 907-5869.
This notice serves as an advisory for all those in possession of the property of Spc. David M. Gannon, as well as to persons to whom the deceased is indebted, or those indebted to the deceased. Contact 1st Lt. Alexander J. Kearns, summary court martial officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, with all inquiries at (603) 489-8168.
Did you know
The Fort Bragg Employee Assistance Program is available to support the work/life health and welfare needs of Department of Defense civilian employees, their Family members, and the entire Fort Bragg/Pope Field community. Basic EAP services are available on a voluntary basis with no out of pocket expense and include screening for problem identification, brief counseling (one to four sessions), and referral/follow-up to community resources as needed.
These services are designed to help with addressing any life issue(s) threatening well-being, such as stress, grief, Family difficulties, financial challenges and substance abuse. In partnership with the Military and Family Life Consultant Team, the EAP offers monthly work/life health training seminars.
Training is from 9 to 10:30 a.m., at the Leader and Workforce to Development Center, Building 2-2020, Woodruff Street. Contact the EAP office at 396-5784 reserve a seat.
May 28 — The three C’s of communication — this presentation will elaborate on the three “C’s” of communication: to communicate, to collaborate and to commit. Participants will also learn about the different aspects of verbal and non-verbal communication.
June 11 — Working in teams — this presentation addresses characteristics of effective teams, taking into account all of the differences likely encountered and how to successfully work together to arrive at the best possible solution.
June 25 — Coping with transitions — this presentation addresses the inevitable: change and focuses on different coping mechanisms that can create a smooth transition.
July 9 — Conflict resolution — this presentation addresses understanding conflict, types of conflict in the workplace, conflict styles, ways we respond to conflict, conflict in the workplace, communication guidelines and how to resolve conflict.
July 23 — Controlling anger — this presentation teaches the positive and negative effects of anger, warning signs that anger is escalating.
Freeway under construction
Traffic lanes on the All American Freeway will be periodically and temporarily shifted for two months starting Monday to facilitate construction of I-295. Both the inbound, and outbound, lanes of the freeway will be shifted during daylight hours, as necessary for construction operations. Motorists are asked to be vigilant and exercise caution while driving this route.