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News and Events
Join the Army Alliance for our Annual Luncheon meeting on March 15, 2023 at Water’s Edge Events Center, Belcamp. Our featured speaker is Brigadier General Adam R. Flasch, Director, Joint Staff - (MD), Joint Force Headquarters, Baltimore, MD, about National Guard activities on APG and at the Havre de Grace Barracks as well as state-wide efforts. Also we will:
- Recognize our 2023 Defense Community Champion, Curtis Beulah, Chairperson of the Alfred B. Hilton Foundation.
- Receive an update of the Army Alliance focused initiatives for 2024.
- Hear about the progress of the Discovery Center at Water’s Edge (and receive a tour after the luncheon).
The luncheon features a St. Patrick's Day menu. Register by March 7, 2023.
The Army Alliance held their Annual Breakfast Meeting on December 1, 2022 8 at the Richlin Ballroom. Our speaker, Sergeant Major of the Army (SMA) Dan Dailey, U.S. Army Retired, addressed how our community can better support soldiers transitioning out of military service as well as how our community can support those who are serving or considering military service. Read the APG News article.
The Army Alliance Annual Dinner meeting was held on June 6, 2022 at Water's Edge Events Center. Our guest speakers (Dr. Patrick Baker, Dr. Eric Moore, and Dr. Jeff Curry) addressed APG's role in the nation's response to COVID-19. Here are links to the presentations:
Army Research Laboratory Video
Army Research Laboratory (Dr. Baker) Presentation
Chemical Biological Center (Dr. Moore) Presentation with videos
Joint Program Executive Officer Chemical, Biological, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense
(Dr. Curry) Presentation
CHESAPEAKE SCIENCE & SECURITY CORRIDOR NAMED 2018 'GREAT AMERICAN DEFENSE COMMUNITY'
The Chesapeake Science & Security Corridor (CSSC) is one of five communities across the country named to the 2018 class of Great American Defense Communities. The Great American Defense Communities, recognizes military communities and regions that help improve the quality of life for service members and military families. Communities are chosen through a competitive nomination process based on community building and integration, support and collaboration, educational and employment opportunities, and family support. CLICK HERE to read more about this prestigious national award.