401st AFSB hosts prayer breakfast with 1st Cavalry Division Chaplain
Members of the Army Field Support Brigade came together for breakfast and some spiritual reflection. The breakfast held Nov. 23 at Yelner DFAC. Chaplain for the 401st AFSB, Maj. Edward Baccich gave away handmade blankets and read along books after 1st Cavalry Division Chaplain, Lt. Col. Eric Albertson, spoke. Albertson addressed the gathering that was comprised of Soldiers and civilians from both units.
About the 401st:
The 401st Army field Support Brigade provides Soldiers, Sailors, Airman, and Marines, the tools and resources necessary to complete the mission. If they shoot, drive it, fly it, wear it, eat it or communicate with it, the 401st helps provide it. The brigade assists coalition partners with many of their logistical and sustainment needs. The brigade also handles the responsible disposition of equipment in Afghanistan to support evolving missions. We are the single link between Warfighters in the field, and working through Army Sustainment Command, we leverage Army Materiel Command’s worldwide Materiel Enterprise to develop, deliver, and sustain materiel to ensure a dominant joint force for the U.S. and our Allies.
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