Governor tours Fort Pickett, visits DMA state employees
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FORT PICKETT, Va. - Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin and retired Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw, the Virginia Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs, visit with Virginia National Guard Soldiers and Virginia Department of Military Affairs employees Dec. 8, 2022, during a tour of Maneuver Training Center Fort Pickett, Virginia. Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams, the Adjutant General of Virginia, Brig. Gen. James W. Ring, the VNG Director of the Joint Staff, and Col. James Shaver, MTC Fort Pickett garrison commander, provided the governor and the secretary an overview of MTC’s capabilities and missions and a tour of the installation, where they observed training at multiple live-fire ranges. Youngkin also gave remarks at the DMA holiday and employee appreciation luncheon at the Fort Pickett Officers’ Club.


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