COVID-19


Armed Forces Day: Who Do You Salute?



Armed Forces Day: Who Do You Salute?
For 70 years, our nation has upheld the tradition of Armed Forces Day, saluting those who serve in the Armed Forces on the third Saturday in May. This Armed Forces Day, the CGSC Foundation asks that you join us in saluting those serving at Fort Leavenworth, the best hometown in… Read More

Thank you neighbors!



Thank you neighbors!
We asked. You answered. Thank you to all who participated in the CGSC Foundation’s #GivingTuesdayNow campaign. Along with the matching funds from a generous donor, we raised $5,600 to support the wonderful people and programs that make Fort Leavenworth “The best hometown in the Army.” We know there were a… Read More

Give Back with #GivingTuesdayNow



Give Back with #GivingTuesdayNow

In uncertain times it can be difficult to know what to do. American hero Mr. Fred Rogers said to “Look for the helpers,” and looking around Fort Leavenworth, we see a lot of helpers. Helpers in uniform. Helpers in scrubs. Helpers behind desks. Helpers delivering food - and toilet paper. It’s time to help the helpers...

Senators propose Global Health Security Interagency Review Council



Senators propose Global Health Security Interagency Review Council

On April 10, Republican Senator Mitt Romney and Democrat Chris Murphy introduced a bill establishing a Global Health Security Interagency Review Council. Similar legislation passed the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee in March. Romney and Murphy's bill reaffirms the country's commitment to global health amid the coronavirus crisis.

Throwback Thursday: State Surgeon Speaks on Modern Epidemics



Throwback Thursday: State Surgeon Speaks on Modern Epidemics

TBT: Dr. Lee A. Norman, the State Surgeon of Kansas, presented a lecture entitled “Modern Epidemics: Why they occur and why we should worry!” on Monday, April 23, 2018. Dr. Norman spoke about public health issues facing the world at the time, as well as concerns for potential epidemics and pandemics.

Featured Article: Bioterrorism and Pandemic Response



Featured Article: Bioterrorism and Pandemic Response

In 2001, senior U.S. policymakers converged to participate in the still famous Dark Winter exercise. The exercise contemplated a covert, bioterrorist attack against the U.S… However, a decade and a half later, as the nation faced the 2014–2016 Ebola crisis, assessments of the U.S. government response led to a sobering conclusion: The U.S. still has not learned the lessons of Dark Winter...

HHS, DOD coordinate airlift of COVID-19 supplies to the Americas



HHS, DOD coordinate airlift of COVID-19 supplies to the Americas
The U.S. Departments of Defense (DoD) and Health and Human Services (HHS) recently coordinated an emergency airlift of COVID-19 diagnostic testing supplies to the Americas. Agencies involved in the airlift include DoD’s  Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) and HHS’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the office of the Assistant… Read More

Simons Center status update



Simons Center status update
Simons Center Friends and Supporters –Due to health and safety concerns relative to the COVID-19 virus and in cooperation with Army/CGSC and local civil authorities’ directives, we are cancelling or postponing all Foundation events through the first week in May. We thank you for joining with us to help mitigate… Read More