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04/18/2017   
 

3/104th Chaplain Peter Kim Graduates with Honors from the Chaplin Captains Career Course

Chaplain Peter Kim, 3rd Brigade, 104th Training Division (LT) Chaplain, exceeded course standards and graduated with honors from the Chaplin Captains Career Course, Ft. Jackson, S.C., February 3, 2017, This two-week class, which brought in 24 reserve chaplains from across the country, accesses students’ academic performance, intellectual qualities and communication skills and abilities. Core areas covered during the course included Military Communication, Military Decision Making Process, Team Building and Religious Support for Homeland Defense and Civil Support Operations.     

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CH Kim was commended by peers for his outstanding leadership, drive and commitment to excellence on assignments, projects, and presentations.  He was recognized by instructors for demonstrating 21st Century Soldier Competencies such as adaptability, initiative, character and excellent communication and critical thinking skills. 

Chaplain Peter Kim

At the Brigade HQS, CH Kim is recognized as a man of deep conviction, wise application and unwavering care for others, he is a tremendous asset to the Army and Chaplain Corps.

Financial Fair

The 108th Training Command (IET) Family Programs Office hosted a Financial Fair February 27, 2017 to closeout Military Saves week. The financial fair allowed local financial institutions to set up booths in the drill hall and gave them an opportunity to speak with full time staff members about topics ranging from income taxes to financial counseling. Vendors also included debt management companies and small business lenders.

Battle Assembly

On the Battle Assembly weekend of February 11-12, 2017, Soldiers from the 4-399th REGT (CST) conducted Cadet Summer Training (CST) Trainer Certification in preparation for the upcoming United States Army Cadet Command (USACC) ROTC CST Mission.  Soldiers of the 4-399th are tasked with supporting the training of ROTC Cadets on the Digital Training (Call for Fire), Field Leader Reaction Course (FLRC), and Confidence Course/Rappel Tower Committees. Wolfpack Soldiers are in the process of executing the crawl, walk, run phase of training in order to be fully prepared and certified to train the Army’s future Warrior Leaders during their Annual Training 2017 CST Mission.

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The Griffon Spring 2017

Vol. 41.1 | Spring 2017

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