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Supporting Our Troops: Military Intelligence Corps Association

CLGT Solutions is actively involved in the Fort Bragg Chapter of the military Intelligence Corps Association (MICA).  MICA is the professional association of the U.S. Army’s MI Corps.  MICA members represent the active duty, reserve component, and retired Army (military and civilian), as well as Defense contractors and others who support the MI mission and are dedicated to ensuring that Army Intelligence remains…ALWAYS OUT FRONT.

In November of 2014, the MICA Bragg Chapter was contacted by a group of retired Military Intelligence senior leaders about the Chapter serving as a conduit to provide donations to Fort Bragg Military Intelligence Soldiers who were in need of a little extra help during the holiday season to prepare a holiday meal, buy gifts for their loved ones or help them get home for the holidays. The Chapter supported this great effort and purchased a number of $100 VISA gift cards on behalf of the private donors and distributed them to Military Intelligence Soldiers from all units across Fort Bragg in time for the holidays.

This Holiday Gift Program has continued annually and in 2016, CLGT was very pleased to have matched dollar for dollar all other contributions. In December of 2016, 20 Military Intelligence Soldiers and their families received $100.00 gift cards. CLGT is humbled by the opportunity to help those who are proudly serving our country in this small way.

Supporting Our Troops: The Annual Daniel Crabtree Memorial 5K – The Special Operations Warriors Foundation (June 2013, June 2014)

CLGT Solutions is dedicated to supporting our local communities and the military communities. The Daniel Crabtree Run is a event supporting both of these areas that our VP of HR, Beth Graff, has been supporting over the last 4 years.

Sgt. First Class Daniel Crabtree was killed in action June 8, 2006 in Iraq. He was a member of Co. B, 2nd Bn., 19th Special Forces Group of the Ohio Army National Guard. In civilian life, he worked as a police officer first in his native hometown of Hartville, and then as a member of the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department Special Weapons and Tactics, or SWAT, unit. Daniel Crabtree is survived by his wife, Kathy, and his daughter, Mallory.

Every year a run is done in honor of Dan Crabtree and the proceeds go to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. The Special Operations Warrior Foundation mission is devoted to providing a college education to every child who has lost a parent while serving in Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps Special Operations during an operational or training mission. As a mother, a spouse of an Ohio Army National Guard member, and a proud supporter of the military community, Beth Graff knows the importance of and the impact the Special Operations Warriors Foundation has on the families it supports. She and the CLGT family are proud to support this foundation.

Supporting Our Troops: Got Heart, Give Hope Gala – Hope for the Warriors Foundation
(April 17, 2013)

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January 15, 2013: Ron Collins and James Lovejoy

The military family is the cornerstone of the most powerful military in the world. As a Senior Enlisted Advisor at multiple locations, I have worked with great organizations dedicated to helping our soldiers that do not understand the contributions and sacrifice of the family. My children’s, Kymberly and Sean, combination of support and tolerance was an invaluable contribution to me retiring after a successful military career.

Hope for Warriors, with programs such as Family Reintegration; Family Support and Spouse/Caregiver Scholarships, understands and acknowledges the pivotal role family members serve in our nation’s defense. I and the CLGT family proudly support Hope for Warriors.
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–Ronnie Chaney

Community Matters: CLGT Solutions Contribution to Montgomery Youth Center

CLGT Solutions strives to be a valuable member of the communities which we work and live. Montgomery, Alabama is the hometown of our Chief Operating Officer, James Lovejoy. A former college and All-Army athlete, James is currently a basketball official and understands the value of sports to the youth of his community. James’ love for his community and desire to contribute in some small way motivated him to acquire donations for the Chisholm Community Center. The donation of multiple basketballs, footballs and miscellaneous equipment represents the initial contribution by CLGT Solutions to a valued community institution and the youth of Montgomery.