Please excuse the fold, but this historical photo from the center fold of the closing ceremonies program is well worth posting. After all the photos you have seen in this presentation, it is quite sad to see the last that will ever be taken. Building 95 in the background, is a wonderful old building that has been around since the construction and first occupancy in the late 30's till 1999. It has served the United States Army well. I have been all over the inside of this great building. From eating breakfast in the cafeteria, buying items in the Post Exchange Shoppette, to briefing the Commanding General on an up coming USARSO Special Event, I am happy that I had a chance to be part of this great history. I will always remember watching all the different "Change of Command" ceremonies held in the large "Building 95 Quadrangle" or "Soldier's Field". I always got goose bumps when the 79th Army Band played the Army's Song. What a wonderful place of memories for me and many others. Goodbye Fort Clayton and all your ghosts....