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990815-A-2682N-014US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, addresses the crowd, as Charlie Gray, Resources Committee Chairman, Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, looks on during a Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie of Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia

US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, and Mrs. Anne Boddie of Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia poser for a photograph after cutting the ribbon on her new house during the Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie

US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, presents the Commanders Award for Civil Service Plaque to Beth Foley, Representative of the Habitat for Humanity International, during a Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie of Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia

US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, presents the Commanders Award for Civilian Service to Beth Foley, Representative of the Habitat for Humanity International, as Charlie Gray, Resources Committee Chairman, Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, looks on during a Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie of Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia

At Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia US Army Chaplain Captain Sandy McLean reads the Invocation as Charlie Gray, Resources Committee Chairman, Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, (red shirt) and US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, stand with heads bowed during a Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie

US Army General Thomas A. Schwartz, Commanding General, Forces Command, and Mrs. Anne Boddie of Trinity Park, Riverdale, Georgia cut the ribbon on her new house during the Dedication Ceremony. The Dedication Ceremony is for the house that the US Army Association Foundation and The Department of Defense Community (Fort McPherson/Fort Gillem) sponsored through Habitat for Humanity, for Mrs. Anne Boddie

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Durward A. Till, Noncommissioned Officer In Charge of Base Graphics, 31st Communications Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy, sets up the Uideo Teleconfrencing Center (VTC) equipment at 16th Air Force Headquarters. VTC allows world wide verbal and visual conferencing to the Department of Defense community, while minimizing travel costs and time away from home station

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