UPDATED: U.S. Army Europe logistics officials announce 2012 European Logistics Ball

Feb. 14, 2012

By U.S. Army Europe Public Affairs

HEIDELBERG, Germany -- U.S. Army Europe's Logistics Division (G4) and the 21st Theater Sustainment Command will host the European Logistics Ball at the Village Pavilion on Patrick Henry Village here, March 23.

Guest speaker for the ball will be Lt. Gen. Raymond V. Mason, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Army for Logistics (G4).

The theme for this year’s ball is “Back to Basics.” The dress requirement for military attendees is dress blue uniform with bow tie, and formal wear with black tie for civilian attendees.

Interested participants can register and RSVP for the event at the ball website at http://www.eur.army.mil/g4/logball2012. Users on the .mil domain can register by clicking the "Register Here" link. Users not on the .mil domain may click the link directly below "Register Here" to fill out an e-mail form for registration.

Units within the European theater are also asked to share photos of logistics Soldiers at work. Selected photos will go on display at the ball. Each photo must have a logistics-related subject, be unaltered and include a short caption depicting the event and personnel shown. Images submitted should be of high resolution. Photos can be submitted by uploading them to https://shorturl.portal.eur.army.mil/472eae23 (available to users on the .mil domain only). Submission deadline is March 7.

For more information on the ball, 21st TSC personnel can contact 0631-431-8251 or 484-8251. Members of all other units in USAREUR can contact 06221-57-8506 or 370-8506.

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