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Chief Warrant Officer Two Andy Knote, of North Chicago, U.S. Army Reserve International Combat Team shooter runs 100 meters to the next firing berm during an International Rifle Match in the 2015 Canadian Armed Forces Small Arms Concentration at the Connaught Range outside of Ottawa, Canada. The marksmanship competition brought in more than 250 total competitors from the British, Canadian and U.S. armed forces competing in more than 50 matches involving rifle, pistol and light machine gun events using various combat-like movements and scenarios. (U.S. Army photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret)

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October 9, 2015 - JUNCTION CITY, Wis. - U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers with the 388th Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Company, out of Junction City, Wis., participated in a joint training exercise at the Stevens Point Municipal Airport Oct. 3, 2015.
October 8, 2015 - “Part of leadership is identifying future leaders within your organization and challenging them.”
October 8, 2015 - Among the several themes that emerged from the 2015 U.S. Army Reserve Commander’s Conference is leaders from all three Army components must get involved and set the conditions for the Army’s recent initiatives.
October 8, 2015 - The 2015 U.S. Army Reserve Commander’s Conference kicked off today. The annual event allows all Reserve command teams to come together and receive guidance from the top down.
October 8, 2015 - Strengthening our Army Reserve Soldiers means strengthening their families, providing a more resilient, adaptable and stronger service to the nation.
October 8, 2015 - Army Reserve law enforcement Soldiers recently received training in undercover and drug suppression operations at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.
October 8, 2015 - Army Reserve Soldiers recently gathered to train at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center for Guardian Shield 2015.
October 8, 2015 - Soldiers with the 382nd Military Police Detachment from San Diego, worked with Fort Hunter Liggett (FHL) police to maintain law and order, and force protection during their annual training here, July 26- Aug. 10.
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Army Reserve combat engineers from the 374th Engineer Company (Sapper), headquartered in Concord, Calif., conducted a Sapper Leader Course Prerequisite Training in a field environment at Camp San Luis Obispo, Calif., in July to prepare a select number of Soldiers for the elite Sapper Leader Course.

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As the defense community prepares for #AUSA2015, use your #FactFriday to learn and share about the Army Reserve’s unique contributions to the Total Force. Hooah!
The large-scale training exercise brought emergency responders from various local agencies together with the 388th Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Company, a U.S. Army Reserve unit from Junction City, on Saturday at the Stevens Point Municipal Airport. http://www.usar.army.mil/News/tabid/11498/Article/622601/388th-cbrn-soldiers-train-with-local-first-responders-children-bring-new-level.aspx
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“The Army Reserve has never failed to have a unit ready before the date it was needed to execute a mission,” said Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Talley, chief of the Reserve and commanding general of Army Reserve Command. “But the sausage-making to get it done gets uglier and uglier and more complicated than ever before.” Read full article: http://www.armytimes.com/story/defense/show-daily/ausa/2015/10/07/reserve-chief-budget-cuts-affecting-readiness-modernization/73485488/
The Army Reserve offers important capabilities and has a significant economic impact on each state and territory. Learn about its role in Washington state!
It’s important that we hear from you! DMDC is conducting a Workplace and Gender Relations Survey between now and 9 October. Please visit: https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/dodsurvey and click the button “Am I in the WGRR Sample” and enter your DoD ID Number from the back of your Common Access Card (CAC)
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October is the month that the U.S. Army Reserve is asking our Soldiers to renew their efforts on personal and professional development at the squad level by refreshing our connection with our Soldiers through Sergeant’s Time. CSM Luther Thomas Jr. and LTG Jeffrey W. Talley discuss some of the topics we are asking our first-line leaders to focus on throughout 2015 and 2016 in this Sergeant’s Time PSA. Please share this throughout the ranks and ensure you are discussing information on all the resources available to your Soldiers so they are better equipped to handle the challenges they face on and off duty. Twice the Citizen! Army Strong!
From CSM Luther Thomas Jr. : On Sunday, October 11, I will be supporting “Run to Honor” by running the 2015 Army Ten-Miler in honor of fallen U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers. "Run to Honor" is a social media campaign to increase awareness of remembering and honoring the Fallen and their Surviving Families. For the second consecutive year, during the weekend of the Army Ten-Miler, the U.S. Army Installation Management Command Army Family and MWR Programs and Army Survivor Outreach Services are encouraging runners throughout the world to dedicate their weekend run to the Fallen and Surviving Families. Community members are invited to visit www.armymwr.com/runtohonor to download a "Run to Honor" template, take a photo of who they're running for and post their pictures on their personal social media accounts and Facebook.com/familymwr using the hashtags #RuntoHonor and #SymbolsofHonor. Let’s Not Forget! Twice the Citizen! Army Strong!