U.S. Army Reserve

 

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AMERICA'S ARMY RESERVE: The most capable, combat-ready, and lethal Federal Reserve force in the history of the Nation

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LTG Charles D Luckey addresses concerns about the requirements for Ready Force X.
The U.S. Army Reserve is on the Road to Awesome. Two hundred thousand Soldiers strong, this is the most capable, combat-ready, and lethal federal reserve force in the history of our Nation. Highly trained and always prepared, these Soldiers live in two worlds: defending this country against dangerous global threats, as well as leveraging their expert training and unique skill sets in the private sector workforce.
A look at the U.S. Army Reserve, the most capable, combat-ready and lethal Federal reserve force in the history of the Nation.
LTG Charles D. Luckey at Operation Cold Steel II, where Soldiers are getting training on the largest crew-served gunnery in the history of America's Army Reserve.
The Blended Retirement System combines servicemember’s traditional legacy retirement pension with distributions from the Thrift Savings Plan, creating a portable retirement option.
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TOP STORIES
May 25, 2018 - Senior leaders from the 88th Readiness Division, along with their counterparts from commands located within the unit’s 19-state area of operations, gathered at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, for a strategic planning meeting May 23.
May 25, 2018 - The ceremony honored the sacrifices made by more than 1.3 million American servicemen and servicewomen who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
May 24, 2018 - Airdrop systems technicians, better known as “riggers,” from the 824th Quartermaster Company, along with members of the United States Air Force, the Italian Army, and some U.S. contractors, are working side-by-side with the Qatar military to enhance that nation’s air drop capabilities so they can provide additional support to their own military.
May 24, 2018 - Charging bolts, clearing feed trays, removing barrels, conducting function checks, performing safety checks, disassembling and reassembling weapon systems, identifying types of ammunition, recognizing armored vehicles from countries around the world, and learning crew gunnery firing tables were just a few of the many tasks a group of Army Reserve Soldiers performed recently as part of the first ever Sabot Academy held here May 19-22.
May 24, 2018 - Veterans young and old share a special bond that reflects the time-honored military tradition of service. As part of the Torrance Armed Forces Day activities, the 300th Army Band performed a medley of patriotic music to honor these heroes. The concert took the audience on a musical journey highlighting how the military influenced American composers during their time. The goal is to present a musical experience that leaves the audience with a sense of patriotism, gratitude, and a reminder of the sacrifices made each day.
May 23, 2018 - Despite a steady rain and muddy puddles, Girls on the Run 5K runners and onlookers alike were in positive spirits as they made their way around the Penn State Berks campus race course.
OUR COMMANDS

 The U.S. Army Reserve Command

Geographic Commands
 
1st Mission
Support
Command
7th Mission
Support
Command
9th Mission
Support
Command
63rd
Readiness
Division
81st
Readiness
Division
88th
Readiness
Division
99th
Readiness
Division

Functional Commands
 
3rd Medical
Command
(Deployment
Support)
75th
Innovation
Command
76th Operational
Response
Command
79th Theater
Sustainment
Command
80th Training
Command
(TASS)
84th
Training
Command
 85th
Support
Command
108th
Training
Command
(IET)
 200th
Military
Police
Command
311th
Signal
Command
(Theater)
335th
Signal
Command
(Theater)
377th
Theater
Sustainment
Command
 412th
Theater
Engineer
Command
416th
Theater
Engineer
Command
 807th
Medical
Command
(Deployment
Support)
USAR
Support Command,
First Army
U.S.
Army Reserve
Aviation
Command
Army
Reserve
Careers
Division
     
Army
Reserve
Medical
Command
U.S.
Army Reserve
Legal
Command
Military
Intelligence
Readiness
Command
U.S. Army
Civil Affairs & Psychological
Command (A)
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