Kentucky National Guard Chaplains build partnerships through faith

Kentucky National Guard Chaplains build partnerships through faith

Lt. Col. Bill Draper, chaplain for Joint Force Headquarters Kentucky Army National Guard, and Staff. Sgt. Julio Homer, a linguist assigned to the 300th Military Information Brigade, prepare for dinner with a local resident in support of exercise Beyond the Horizon, May 8, 2019. Beyond the Horizon is an annual exercise designed to build partner nation capacity for civil and military response to major disasters and the relationships built and sustained through this exercise demonstrate the ability of the U.S., and our regional partners, to access and execute disaster relief activities throughout Central America. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Vincent Wilson)
Kentucky National Guard Chaplains build partnerships through faith

Kentucky National Guard Chaplains build partnerships through faith.

Kentucky National Guard Chaplains build partnerships through faith.

2nd Lt. Paul Kauffman, a chaplain candidate assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 138th Field Artillery, and Lt. Col. Bill Draper, chaplain for Joint Force Headquarters, both with the Kentucky Army National Guard, host religious services during Beyond the Horizon, May 12, 2019. Beyond the Horizon is an annual exercise designed to build partner nation capacity for civil and military response to major disasters and the relationships built and sustained through this exercise demonstrate the ability of the U.S., and our regional partners, to access and execute disaster relief activities throughout Central America.(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Vincent Wilson)
Kentucky National Guard Chaplains build partnerships through faith.