Commander’s Cup

Points are awarded for performance and participation.

Points are awarded for performance and participation.

The Fort A.P. Hill Commander’s Cup is moving into its fifth month with the Naval Special Warfare Group leading, the McMahon Explosive Ordinance Disposal Training Center in second and the Fort A.P. Hill Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security in third place.

The eight-month program consists of a variety of team and individual events held in locations across the garrison. All directorates and tenant organizations are encouraged to form teams to participate in events such as archery, golf, baking contest, 5-kilometer run and walk. Individuals can also count their workout miles (run, walk, bicycle) toward their directorate’s total.

Points are awarded for performance and participation. At the conclusion of the program, the team with the most points will be declared winner and will keep the Commander’s Cup Trophy.

The Fort A.P. Hill 2014 Commander’s Cup Trophy teams are as follows: Headquarters, Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security, Logistics Readiness Center, Directorate of Public Works, Directorate of Emergency Services, McMahon Explosive Ordinance Disposal Training Center, Network Enterprise Center, Night Vision Laboratory, Asymmetric Warfare Group, Naval Special Warfare Group, 310th and 411th Engineers, 91st Troop Command (USAR) and the 1-322nd Logistics Support Battalion.

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