• November 30, 2020
 Gallery: America’s Tank Division gathers to observe Native American Heritage at Fort Bliss

Soldiers and civilians with 1st Armored Division, and other tenant units at Fort Bliss, Texas, Nov. 20, gathered to observe Native American Heritage and to learn about contributions made by members of Native American culture to the U.S. throughout history

Gallery: America’s Tank Division gathers to observe Native American Heritage at Fort Bliss

Soldiers and civilians with 1st Armored Division, and other tenant units at Fort Bliss gathered to observe Native American Heritage and to learn about contributions made by members of Native American culture to the U.S. throughout history.

Presentations were made by Soldiers of 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, and by Sgt Maj. (R) Brandon Gangstad, Ojibway Tribe, native of Duluth, Minnesota, operations officer with 1st Armored Division “America’s Tank Division”, as well as a performance by the Ysleta del Sur Dancers.

The Ysleta del Sur Dancers perform during the 1st Armored Division Native American Heritage Observance at Fort Bliss, Texas, Nov. 20

Words by Maj. Anthony Clas – 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division Public Affairs

Photos by Sgt. Alon Humphrey

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