Commander’s Dispatch -16 December 2012

LTC Dargle, CMD PhotoWithout a doubt, AP Hill welcomed the holiday season this past week with great joy for our many blessings this past year and great anticipation for an outstanding year to come. Your individual and collective efforts enabled AP Hill to enjoy unparalleled success. Every mission, every endeavor, every challenge, was met with a commitment to ensure our Warrior’s success. I am thankful to the Great People at AP Hill whose professionalism and spirit have allowed us to thrive despite the many challenges faced. AP Hill presents our Joint Forces with a challenging and realistic training environment necessary to fight and win our Nation’s wars. Despite the Garrison’s small staff size, our professional and dedicated workforce maximizes every resource and capability to an extent that both tenant and rotational units receive “The best training and support – Anywhere.” We retain a steadfast commitment to Warrior success and supportive community relationships through innovation, stewardship, teamwork, professionalism, communication and safety. By actively communicating with our diverse community of employees, tenant organizations, rotational units, and extended civilian population, we adeptly meet current and future mission requirements at the greatest benefit and least cost. We have built a team of teams that is mission focused and dedicated to our People.

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