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The Department of Homeland Security held the third annual “Night at the Nationals” baseball game on June 9, 2017 against the Texas Rangers. The Nationals welcomed more than 1,300 DHS employees into the stands to enjoy an evening of baseball and camaraderie with their friends and coworkers.
A joint-DHS Color Guard featuring U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the Federal Protective Service presents the colors during the National Anthem. (Jetta Disco/DHS)
DHS employee Cynthia Wilson performs the National Anthem at the third annual DHS Night at the Nationals. (Jetta Disco/DHS)
DHS All-Star employee Cheryl Walton poses for a selfie with a Washington Nationals baseball player before the game against the Texas Rangers at Nationals Park. (Jetta Disco/DHS)
Secretary Kelly stands with DHS K-9 teams Dennis Tyree and “Coal” (Left) and Scott Eschelman and “Judge” (Right). DHS K-9 teams are responsible for the safety and security of DHS headquarters and the constant flow of personnel in and out of the facility. (Jetta Disco/DHS)
Secretary Kelly met with employees from U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and Transportation Security Administration and honored them with the DHS All-Star Spirit Recognition before the game. (Jetta Disco/DHS)
Secretary Kelly visits DHS staff in the stands during game-time and had the opportunity to sit and chat with the employees who serve the Department day in and day out.