Military Police Company in Cuba Receives OSD ‘Supply Drop’ to Mitigate Against Burn-Out
ORANGEBURG, NEW YORK & AUSTIN, TEXAS (April 11, 2018) /For immediate release/ — 812th Military Police Company Soldiers deployed from US Army Reserve Center in Orangeburg, New York to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba currently facilitate detention operations through late-Spring.
1LT Anthony A. wrote, “I currently serve as a Platoon Leader and would like to help boost morale and mental stimulation throughout the platoon.”
Although mission is the top priority, I would like to mitigate troops from being mentally “burnt out”. Keeping soldiers engaged with each other will help with unit cohesion and staying out of trouble.”
“Anything that can take the soldier’s mind off any mission related operation for a couple minutes can help reset and refresh the soldier’s mental strength into becoming a more effective soldier.”
OSD’s “Supply Drop” program has impacted hundreds of thousands of active military personnel in scores of locations around the globe. These Soldiers will return home as members of OSD’s Northeast Region, leading and participating in social, professional and service events.
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