The 242nd Chaplain Corps Anniversary Celebration July 28 at Moon Lake featured chaplains and staff from the Religious Support Office as well as some from 1st Infantry Division units.
Chaplains counsel all Soldiers with needs, regardless of their religion, and they’ve been doing it since Gen. George Washington established the Chaplain Corps on July 29, 1775, said Lt. Col. Craig Pache.
FORT RUCKER, Ala. — With more than 240 years in service, the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps is just as established as the Army itself and, like the Army, it exists to serve a purpose greater than self.
Boots are on the ground for Fort Leonard Wood’s new garrison chaplain. Chaplain (Lt. Col.) David Bowlus arrived on the installation a little more than a week ago, and is ready to hit the ground running to meet the members of the community. UA-87600140-1
GENESEO, Ill. – “Prayer has given me strength, no matter what I’ve faced,” Army Chap. (Lt. Col.) Brian Curry told attendees of the Geneseo Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast held May 4 at the Geneseo Moose Lodge. During more than 20 years of military service, Curry has faced two combat tours and counseled countless Soldiers seeking solace […]
“Some of you call him God, some of you call Him Lord, others refer to Him as Universe; I like to call Him Source, and I believe Him to be my most valuable Life Companion and Friend.”
COLUMBIA, S.C. – For more than 240 years, the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps has attended to the faith and spiritual needs of the American Soldier and their families.UA-87633511-1
FORT RUCKER, Ala. — Soldiers and families seeking a fun afternoon out are invited to visit the inaugural Parking Lot Palooza July 29 at Wings Chapel parking lot from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Biography of Regimental Sergeant Major Ralph Martinez
Chaplain Religious Activities and Support Office