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1st Lt. Bridget Auch, 247th Finance Management Support Detachment, removes currency from the vault to fill Spc. D'Are Perry's register at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Aug. 19, 2019.
Soldiers of the 247th Finance Management Support Detachment gather at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Aug. 19, 2019.
Sgt. Curtis D. Holder, 247th Finance Management Support Detachment, helps with filling out a form, at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Aug. 19, 2019.
Nadir Isfahani, U.S. Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service stored value cards portfolio manager, second from right, answers a question from Tony Taylor, U.S. Army Financial Management Command EagleCash program manager, far left, as they discuss a plan to merge Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Air Force SVCs into one single card, an EagleCash consolidated card, during a meeting at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Aug. 8, 2019. Currently, the Department of Defense uses non-reloadable EZpay cards to optimize training time at initial entry training sites and reloadable EagleCash and Navy Cash cards for deployed personnel to save money and increase security. (U.S. Army photo by Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)
Juan De Jesus, U.S. Army Financial Management Command electronic commerce director, talks about what the Army is doing to prepare to consolidate current Department of Defense stored value cards in to a single card that would be industry compliant, improve security and leverage cost savings through economies of scale during a meeting at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston May 8, 2019. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps representatives, along with their U.S. Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service and Federal Reserve Bank counterparts have been meeting quarterly to discuss the consolidation, with software and hardware capable of handling both the current cards and the new-EagleCash deployed around the globe this fall. (U.S. Army photo by Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)
Tony Taylor, U.S. Army Financial Management Command EagleCash program manager, far left, talks about what the Army is doing to prepare to consolidate current Department of Defense stored value cards in to a single card that would be industry compliant, improve security and leverage cost savings through economies of scale during a meeting at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston May 9, 2019. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps representatives, along with their U.S. Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service and Federal Reserve Bank counterparts have been meeting quarterly to discuss the consolidation, with software and hardware capable of handling both the current cards and the new-EagleCash deployed around the globe this fall. (U.S. Army photo by Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)
Gen. James McConville, right, vice chief of staff of the Army, greets a 4th Infantry Division Soldier in Laghman Province, Afghanistan, Oct. 27, 2018. McConville, who was sworn in as the Army's 40th chief of staff on Aug. 9, 2019, said he plans to put people -- Soldiers, Army civilians and family members -- first as he ensures the Army is ready to fight now while at the same time being modernized for the future fight.
U.S. Army Financial Management Command, Defense Finance and Accounting Service and Army Human Resources Command Soldiers and civilian employees pack care packages at the Maj. Gen. Emmett J. Bean Federal Center, Indianapolis, June 29, 2019. The volunteers spent their off-duty time to package and help ship more than 200 care packages to financial management service members currently deployed in Southwest Asia. (U.S. Army courtesy photo provided by Mark Sullivan, U.S. Army Financial Management Command)
U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. Ronald Houston, U.S. Army Financial Management Command operations, left, and Mark Sullivan, USAFMCOM financial management systems analyst, right, load care packages into a van outside the Maj. Gen. Emmett J. Bean Federal Center, Indianapolis, June 29, 2019. USAFMCOM, Defense Finance and Accounting Service and Army Human Resources Command Soldiers and civilian employees volunteered their off-duty time to package and help ship more than 200 care packages to financial management service members currently deployed in Southwest Asia. (U.S. Army courtesy photo provided by Mark Sullivan, U.S. Army Financial Management Command)
William Sterling, Defense Finance and Accounting Service Defense Military Pay Office at Fort Benning, Ga., director, oversees training during Diamond Saber 2019 at Fort McCoy, Wis., June 28, 2019. DFAS brought realism to the Army’s largest financial management exercise through live coding of actual Soldier’s pay. (U.S. Army photo by Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)
Gregory Martin, Defense Finance and Accounting Service Defense Military Pay Office lead military pay technician, trains U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard financial management Soldiers during Diamond Saber 2019 at Fort McCoy, Wis., June 28, 2019. DFAS brought realism to the Army’s largest financial management exercise through live coding of actual Soldier’s pay. (U.S. Army photo by Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)
Johnjulyn Newman, Defense Finance and Accounting Service Defense Military Pay Office military pay technician, points out additional information to U.S. Army Pvt. Josue Molina, financial management technician, during Diamond Saber 2019 at Fort McCoy, Wis., June 28, 2019. DFAS brought realism to the Army’s largest financial management exercise through live coding of actual Soldier’s pay. (U.S. Army photo by Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)
Danish Home Guard Sgt. 1st Class Thomas Nielsen, leadership instructor, right, listens alongside his U.S. Army counterparts during an Army Reserve Company Leader Development Course at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, June 20, 2019. The Danish Home Guard is partnered with the 83rd Army Reserve Training Center through the Military Reserve Exchange Program. (U.S. Army photo by Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)
U.S. Army Capts. Joshua Witherell, 368th Financial Management Support Unit Detachment 2 commander, left, and Jared Viernes, 368th Financial Management Support Unit commander, work through a problem during an Army Reserve Company Leader Development Course at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, June 20, 2019. CLDC teaches officers and noncommissioned officers leadership fundamentals and gives them tools to maximize training and effectiveness.
U.S. Army Capt. Geoffrey Cummings, Company Leader Development Course, explains leadership concepts to students at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, June 20, 2019. CLDC teaches officers and noncommissioned officers leadership fundamentals and gives them tools to maximize training and effectiveness.
Soldiers from various units take part in a teambuilding event during the first day of Diamond Saber at Fort McCoy, Wisc., June 18, 2019. Diamond Saber, the Army’s only major financial management exercise, is designed to provide realistic technical training to regular Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard FM units through interactive scenarios and transactions based upon current policy in a collective environment. (U.S. Army photo by Russell Gamache)
Soldiers from various units have a discussion during the first day of Diamond Saber at Fort McCoy, Wisc., June 18, 2019. Diamond Saber, the Army’s only major financial management exercise, is designed to provide realistic technical training to regular Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard FM units through interactive scenarios and transactions based upon current policy in a collective environment. (U.S. Army photo by Russell Gamache)
Col. Mark Jackson, director of the Army Reserve’s 469th Financial Management Support Center in New Orleans, draws from his own experience as he shares key leadership principles at a Company Leader Development Course during the first day of Diamond Saber at Fort McCoy, Wisc., June 18, 2019. Diamond Saber, the Army’s only major financial management exercise, is designed to provide realistic technical training to regular Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard FM units through interactive scenarios and transactions based upon current policy in a collective environment. (U.S. Army photo by Russell Gamache)
Spc. Kayla Adkins, 384th Military Police Company and Greenwood, Ind., native, is all smiles as she proudly displays a commander’s challenge coin she received from Maj. Gen. David C. Coburn, U.S. Army Financial Management Command commanding general, during a ceremony celebrating both the 244th Army birthday and the 244th birthday of the Army Finance Corps at the Maj. Gen. Emmett J. Bean Federal Center in Indianapolis June 14, 2019. It is an Army tradition that the youngest Soldier available at an Army birthday celebration help the commander and sergeant major cut a cake, and Adkins was the youngest at 22 years old. (U.S. Army photo by Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)
Maj. Gen. David C. Coburn, U.S. Army Financial Management Command commanding general, left; Spc. Kayla Adkins, 384th Military Police Company, center; and Command Sgt. Maj. Courtney Ross, USAFMCOM command sergeant major, cut a birthday cake during a ceremony celebrating both the 244th Army birthday and the 244th birthday of the Army Finance Corps at the Maj. Gen. Emmett J. Bean Federal Center in Indianapolis June 14, 2019. It is an Army tradition that the youngest Soldier available at an Army birthday celebration help the commander and sergeant major cut a cake, and Adkins was the youngest at 22 years old. (U.S. Army photo by Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)