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The Utah Jazz continued its tradition of support to Soldiers and Veterans through the recognition of several U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers during a half-time event on November 7, 2015. Members of the Utah Jazz, Memphis Grizzlies, and spectators witnessed the re-enlistment of Soldiers from the 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support) and the 76th Operational Response Command on center court of the Vivint Smart Home Arena. Brigadier General James Blankenhorn, Deputy Commanding General, 76th Operational Readiness Command, conducted the re-enlistment ceremony. The 13th Battalion, Army Reserve Careers Division, hosted the event. (U.S. Army Reserve Photo Released)

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November 24, 2015 - Two weeks after Staff Sgt. Jadrian Whitfield won the 80th Training Command Instructor of the Year competition in the enlisted category, the human intelligence collector instructor has captured the IOY title at the Army Reserve Command level. She said, while winning the competition is rewarding, being an instructor allows her as a leader to help fellow Soldiers learn and grow into confident and competent professionals.
November 23, 2015 - The ball bounced slightly as it made its way toward Staff Sgt. Gretta Smith who at just the right time connects with her right foot, sending it sailing through the air. Immediately, she's off, sprinting her way to first base only to be denied by a teammate who handily catches the ball. With that, everyone on the team breaks out in smiles and laughter and the next player moves into kicking position.
November 21, 2015 - The 63rd Regional Support Command supported a Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Tustin Army Reserve Center, at the site for the new building, here, Nov. 19.
November 21, 2015 - Soldiers of the 1st Mission Support Command (MSC) celebrated an evening of legacy and tradition during the 2015 Military Ball at the Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Nov. 21, 2015. Soldiers proudly donned their uniforms and filed in with their dates. The evening consisted of a cocktail hour, professional photography and dancing.
November 19, 2015 - A 58-year-old Vietnam veteran, who prefers to be called Wolf, fell on some hard times after a terminal cancer diagnosis caused him to lose his job as an open road truck driver. Wolf wasn't sure where to turn. "No job, no insurance. I suddenly remembered, hey I'm a veteran."
November 17, 2015 - Happy Thanksgiving to you all. This date is significant for many to give thanks for all you have, it is also significant because it brings those that came with the detachment closer to completing this deployment.
November 15, 2015 - A family with over four decades of service to our country marked an important milestone on Oct. 18, when Capt. Mark Williams, one of three men in his family who have served or are continuing to serve our country was promoted to the rank of major by his father, retired Brig. Gen. Blake Williams.
November 15, 2015 - Every company attempts to develop its leaders and create a better company. Army units are no different. The U.S. Army Reserve's 412th Theater Engineer Command’s commanding general, Maj. Gen. Tracy A. Thompson, hosted a second Senior Leader Development Training at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, Nov. 13 to 15.
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Had you heard of the Army Reserve Culinary Arts Team? This week, the team began training with Chief Warrant Officer 2 Danny Wolf of the 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) for the upcoming Culinary Arts Competition.
Can you spot the differences? #USArmyReserve
What do you say in the face of physical and mental exhaustion? #usarmyreserve
Sergeant Major of the Army Daniel A. Dailey has 10 leadership tips that he tells his fellow senior noncommissioned officers but every leader can learn from. Which one is your favorite? No. 1. Yelling doesn’t make you skinny. PT does. No. 2. Think about what you’re going to say before you say it. No. 3. If you find yourself having to remind everyone all of the time that you’re the sergeant major and you’re in charge, you’re probably not. No. 4.You have to work very hard at being more informed and less emotional. No. 5.If you can’t have fun every day, then you need to go home. No. 6. Don’t be the feared leader. It doesn’t work. No. 7. Don’t do anything — and I mean anything — negative over email. No. 8. It’s OK to be nervous. All of us are. No. 9. If your own justification for being an expert in everything you do is your 28 years of military experience, then it’s time to fill out your 4187 [form requesting personnel action] and end your military experience. No. 10. Never forget that you're just a soldier. Read the whole article here: http://goo.gl/TLJeZT
In this episode the Chief of Army Reserve LTG Jeffrey W. Talley shares the lessons he has learned after 34 years of military and corporate world experience. (Released by MSG Valerie Resciniti, #USArmyReserve)
Need some encouragement to take on the next Tough Mudder near you? The #USArmyReserve has your back!
CAPTION CONTEST: Submit your caption in the comments below. Vote by giving your favorite comment a "like". The caption with the most likes wins and we will repost in our Instagram. (Only one rule: Keep it clean for the family!)
Although we really want to know...DON'T TELL US! This is the time of year when many people travel to see their families and celebrate the holidays. But please do not post your absence on your social media pages. You can let us know what you did when you are safely back at home! For more great OPSEC tips visit our website here: http://www.usar.army.mil/News/SocialMedia.aspx
“While some spent Veterans Day honoring friends and relatives who have served in the armed forces, 35 Army Reserve soldiers spent the day training for impending deployment to Afghanistan. To these soldiers, training on Veterans Day is symbolic of the years of service veterans have dedicated to the country.”
This collection of powerful photos of women serving in the military included Soldier Maj. Lisa Jaster, the first female Army Reserve Soldier to graduate from Ranger School. Hooah! For more info about Maj. Jaster and other #ArmyReserveProfiles check out the Reserve website http://www.usar.army.mil/Featured/ReserveProfiles/LisaJaster.aspx