All access control points will be close for about 10 minutes in the morning to test gate closure procedures.
If you hear sirens or see emergency response vehicles, it is part of the exercise. There's no cause for alarm.
The 199th IN BDE UMTs will host a Christian Concert featuring Seventh Day Slumber and Nine Lashes.
The Bands will perform April 30 at the Main Post Chapel (1800). This event will provide Spiritual Sustainment and enhance resiliency through Spiritual Renewal,
message of hope and a focus on suicide prevention. The concert is free.
The 199th IN BDE UMTs will host David L. Dusek, founder and executive director of “Rough Cut Men,” at the Main Post
Chapel on the May 1st 1800-2130 and May 2nd 0800-1230 (brunch provided). The purpose of THE ROUGH CUT MEN MOVIE EXPERIENCE is really simple…to
get men to begin engaging with one another in an authentic and transparent way. Through the use of major motion picture clips from “Saving Private Ryan”,
“The Gridiron Gang”, “Armageddon” and even “Shrek” and “Over the Hedge” to name a few, men come away realizing that they are not the only ones going through challenges.
Using a strategic balance of Hollywood action movies, relevant current events, Biblical Truth and personal testimony, men become engaged with each other.
For more information contact your Unit Ministry Team or the 199th IN BDE UMT at 706-545-3335.
A free workshop to make, and keep, your marriage strong.
Friday, March 6, 2015 0900 - 1600
Fort Benning will be enforcing gate access policies more stringently, so be sure you have proper identification. Those who show a common access card (CAC card),
Military ID, Military Dependent ID, or an Automated Installation Entry Card won't be affected. If you fail to have this available, you will be directed to the Visitor Control Center at the
I-185 Checkpoint for a Visitor's Pass. All visitors coming to Fort Benning, who do not have a federal government-issued identification card, will be subject to a background check before being
allowed to enter the installation.
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706-545-2305 (OFFICE) or 706-626-3724 (OFFICE)
24/7 SEXUAL ASSAULT HOTLINE 706-566-7393
HELPING OUR SOLDIERS AND FAMILIES
10 am – 2 pm
The Comprehensive Soldier & Family Fitness-Performance and Resilience Enhancement Program (CSF2-PREP) provides a systematic way to build mental and emotional strength using scientifically tested, evaluated, and validated education methods from the fields of sport and performance psychology.
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Talk to your Chain of Command, Supervisor, Chaplain, or Behavioral Health Professional or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255), press 1 for the Veterans Crisis Line
All patient care has been transferred to the new Martin Army Community Hospital complex. The new appointment and information line is (762) 408-2273. Stop by the information desk at the main entrance to pick up hospital maps and the 2014 Patient Guide to find out more on services available at the new hospital.
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