415th BSB keeping New Year’s resolutions

Lt. Col. Erik Daiga
415th Base Support Battalion commander

***image1***It’s that time of year when many of us make resolutions we hope to keep in the New Year. Some of us may have already broken resolutions we made just a few weeks ago.

Knowing my own limitations, I don’t even try to make New Year’s resolutions. Fortunately, I’m blessed to be serving in an organization and living in a community that I’m confident will keep its resolutions throughout 2005.

The 415th Base Support Battalion is resolute in ensuring that our customers get the best possible service in every 415th BSB facility they visit on 10 Army installations in the KMC. We’re resolute in ensuring every Soldier, Airman, civilian employee and family member who walks through our doors are treated with the respect and courtesy they deserve. Whether it’s our Morale, Welfare and Recreation activities, our Army Community Services, our Child Youth Services or one of our community clubs, customer satisfaction continues to be our highest priority.

With many of our Soldiers and civilian employees deploying in 2005 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, the 415th BSB is resolute that these warriors will be supported by all means possible during their pre-deployment processing, their unit’s intermediate staging operations, throughout their actual deployment, as well as during their redeployment and reintegration back into our community.

They can focus on their combat missions knowing that our community, led by our hardworking, dedicated rear detachments and Family Readiness Groups, will do everything possible to support their families while they are deployed.

We’ll also do our best to make sure their children are well taken care of in our child development centers and youth activities. Single Soldiers living in barracks can count on the 415th BSB’s Directorate of Public Works to do everything possible to make their barracks a better place to live than before they deployed.

We’ll also do everything possible to ensure the Soldiers, civilian employees and family members who live and work on our installations are safe and secure when they enter our gates.

Thanks to all the 415th BSB team members, partner units and dedicated volunteers who continue making the KMC a “Community of Excellence.” Have a safe and happy 2005!