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News | March 7, 2022

CCR Workshop

We were thrilled to welcome our CCRs here for the first in-person CCR Workshop in 2.5 years. Our intent was to present updated strategy and capabilities while facilitating relationship building and fruitful exchanges.  We wanted to take advantage of their physical presence by including time for intentional discussions with every single department in the agency. Many CCRs were able to work towards solutions related to their respective AOR through office calls, or the exchanges that took place in the mass setting of the Workshop.

Included in photo:

        Mr. Lex (OI)

·       Mr. Alston (JS)

·       Lt Col Jansen (AFRICOM)

·       Mr. Pleak (CENTCOM)

·       Mr. Young (EUCOM)

·       RAML Ryan Scholl, Deputy Director

·       Mr. Bursack (INDOPACOM)

·       Dr. Rhys Williams, Acting Director

·       Mr. Goewey (SOCOM)

·       Senior Enlisted Leader CSM Brant C. Shyrigh

·       Mr. Hostyn (USFK)

·       Mr. Jensen (JSOC)

·       Mr. Sullivan (UK)

·       Mr. Petrunak (EUCOM)

·       Mr. Kulakowski (SOUTHCOM)

·       Col Lex (OI-GI)



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