Hundreds gathered at the Lewis Main Carey Theater Jan. 12 for “The Right to Dream” a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr., and precursor to the annual national MLK Jr. Day on Monday.
Some small changes were made for 2017, but Joint Base Lewis-McChord will still feature plenty of opportunities for service members, family members and more through intramural sports and races.
A few teams came out for the Team No-Tap Tournament Jan. 14 at Bowl Arena Lanes on JBLM Lewis Main. These tournaments have a history that dates back to 2008 and provide another fun outlet for service members, retirees and family members.
The Joint Base Lewis-McChord Bettie Brigade roller derby team continues to recruit skaters from the military community as they prepare for the 2017 season. The team includes service members stationed at JBLM, retired veterans and family members.
When Citizen Airmen are called up to serve, it’s important that employers understand that their employee’s absence helps keep our country and world a safer place.
Our ability to deploy smaller dental teams with freedom of action increases our agility, flexibility and operational reach; therefore enabling the team to provide state of the art dental services to combat forces as far forward as their service support areas.
The Education Centers on Joint Base Lewis-McChord can help you achieve your goals in 2017 and provide the boost to get ahead in your career and life by helping further your knowledge and education.