Upcoming civilian HR Courses

The dress code is business casual (i.e. khakis, button up, Polo shirt, or nice jeans.)

Participants should bring a laptop if available, and their noncommissioned officers evaluation reports or officer evaluation reports, and previous resumes. For registration or call Teresa Cherry (919) 840-3000 tcherry@uso-nc.org or Shauna Van Buren (703) 229-0439 svanburen@uso.org

Tour returns

Upcoming civilian HR courses

StormFest coming

Driver improvement training relocates

Driver improvement training is still taught on the first Saturday of each month. Doors open at 7:30 a.m. and training starts at 8 a.m. Priority will be given to those persons required to attend such as active-duty military personnel who receive a driving citation while intoxicated or careless and reckless traffic citation. Command referred personnel will be accommodated on a space available basis by the instructor. There is no requirement to call the safety office for an appointment.

Awards ceremony planned

The awards ceremony is designed to recognize civilian employees (appropriated and non-appropriated) and military members for their contributions to the installation. Nomination forms and award categories are available at www.bragg.army.mil/Organizations/ Tenant-Units/Civilian-Personnel-Advisory-Center/Hot_Topics/Topics_home.aspx.

New Military Personnel Division customer service hours

Womack Army Medical Center conducts training exercise

Change in traffic pattern

East of the Armistead Street intersection, Macomb Street and Woodruff Street will accommodate two-way traffic. Traffic patterns on Reilly Road and Armistead Street will not be affected. For additional information on the project, contact civil engineer Sey Nam at 907-1760 or traffic engineer Ray Goff at 907-1759.