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Army signs health covenant
Army Health Covenant Signing
Brass at the Army Warrior Healthcare Covenant signing Thursday were, from left, in back, 3rd ID commander Maj. Gen. Tony Cucolo, garrison CSM James Ervin, division CSM Jesse Andrews, garrison commander Col. Todd Buchs; in front, WACH CSM Dennis Irizarry, injured soldier Spc. Johann Brown, Warrior Transition Battalion CSM Randy Cowan, family member Anaia Brown, spouse Monica Brown, battalion commander Lt. Col. Tyra White and WACH commander Col. John Collins.
The 3rd Infantry Division and Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield commit themselves to the Soldiers and Families of the Army Warrior Healthcare Covenant with a signing ceremony 2 p.m. Thursday at the Main Post Chapel.

Third ID commander Maj. Gen. Tony Cucolo, along with Garrison, Winn Army Community Hospital and the Warrior Transition Battalion leadership, will sign the Army Warrior Healthcare Covenant.

The Army Warrior Healthcare Covenant is the Army's commitment to our Warriors and their Families to provide them quality healthcare and services. The welfare of Army Warriors is increasingly important to everyone in the Army, and we are committed to providing an environment that is conducive to healing by focusing on: body, mind, heart and spirit.
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