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Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Stanley Allen, U.S. Army NATO Brigade chaplain, speaks about the importance of spiritual fitness as a key component of the overall Comprehensive Soldier Fitness plan during a breakfast gathering at the Sembach Community Activity Center. Service members and civilians from Sembach tenant units attended the event.

US Army NATO Brigade holds spiritual fitness breakfast

Story and photo by Sgt. 1st Class John S. Wollaston
U.S. Army NATO Public Affairs

Think of Comprehensive Soldier Fitness as a three-legged stool. For a soldier to be at his or her best, all three legs of the stool need to be solid. One weak link and the overall well-being of the Soldier could collapse.

September 26, 2013 ×


Photo by Sgt. 1st Class John S. WollastonU.S. Army NATO Brigade Commander Col. Robert Larsen (left) and U.S. Army NATO Brigade Command Sgt. Maj. Joanne Cox (right) lead Soldiers from the brigade on a Spiritual Fitness/Independence Day run. The Unit Ministry Team from U.S. Army NATO Brigade organized the run for the units stationed on Sembach. In  addition to the NATO Brigade, Soldiers from the European Regional Medical Command, 30th Medical Command, 95th Military Police Battalion and the 230th Military Police Company participated in the event.

Fitness run

July 11, 2013 ×