Take Your Child to Work came to Fort Detrick recently as the men of Bravo Company did a show and tell for visiting kids from around the state.
Children could also sit in military vehicles from the 6th Medical Logistics Management Center and B Company, 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion. Firefighters from Fort Detrick's Fire and Emergency Services gave tours of the Washington County's Safety Mobile showing common home safety hazards
Children clambered into the Marine's Light Armored Vehicle, closely
Mark Dressler, manager of the post waste management plant, gives children recycling tips during his "Trash to Energy" program.
watched by Sgts. John Brangaccio and Jim Santoro, an Iraqi War veteran who deployed with B Company last year. Six-year-old Georgi Blackburn poked his head through the turret and smiled down at his mother, Yelena Golubeva, a senior research technician at NCI at Frederick and Russian native.
Children go to work at Detrick: "B Company, 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion."