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Dec. 6, 2019

McNamara Headquarters Complex employees celebrate holiday traditions

McNamara Headquarters Complex employees united to celebrate holiday traditions including the annual tree lighting ceremony and holiday social Dec. 5.

Nov. 6, 2019

Marines celebrate 244 years of persistence

Guest speaker Brig. Gen. Arthur Pasagian, commander, Marine Corps Systems Command reminded McNamara Headquarters Complex employees to recall the dedication of Marines past and present during the Marine Corps' 244th birthday celebration Nov. 5.

Jan. 16, 2019

Actions to help others should be focus of Martin Luther King Jr. birthday, says nephew

Isaac Newton Farris Jr. remembers the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. as “Uncle M.L.,” his mother’s lighthearted younger brother, fond of bike rides and pranks. He also remembers two major themes his uncle would advocate for just as strongly today, he told an audience Jan. 16 in the McNamara Headquarters Complex.

Dec. 7, 2018

Headquarters complex employees ring in the holidays

McNamara Headquarters Complex employees celebrated an annual tradition at the Dec. 6 Christmas tree lighting ceremony and holiday social. Before the tree lighting ceremony, DLA Director Army Lt. Gen. Darrell Williams hosted an agencywide open house event to encourage its employees to share talents, mingle and partake in refreshments.

March 29, 2018

HQC employees participate in fitness event to ‘Honor the Warrior’

More than 130 McNamara Headquarters Complex employees dressed for a sunny yet unseasonably chilly 5K run/walk March 27. Participants stretched and warmed up alongside colleagues and then ran, walked and wheeled in support of this year’s theme, “Honor the Warrior.”

June 14, 2017

Employees gather for joint celebration of Army birthday

McNamara Headquarters Complex tenant agencies celebrated the Army’s 242nd birthday June 13 in the HQC auditorium. This year’s theme, “Over There,” harks back to another commemoration – the 100th anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I.