On Labor Day, we celebrate the achievements of American workers and the contributions they have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of our nation. I hope you will take time this weekend to have some final summer fun with Family and friends before autumn events get into full swing.
Labor Day weekend also marks the end of the 101 Critical Days of Summer, a period historically associated with increased accidents and incidents. As you take a well-deserved break, safety should be an integral part of your plans. Accident prevention is everyone’s responsibility and staying aware of potential hazards is key to success. Follow these tips for a fun and safe last weekend of summer:
Thank you to our Maneuver Center Soldiers, Family members and civilians for your service and dedication to our nation. Please take a moment this weekend to remember the Soldiers and civilians who are serving around the world, especially those in Afghanistan.
One Force, One Fight!
Major General Scott Miller
MCoE Commanding General