Cyber X-Games 2018 focuses on critical infrastructure
U.S Army Spc. John Lin (Left), a cyber Soldier assigned to the Western Cyber Protection Center, Army Reserve Cyber Operations Group (ARCOG), 335th Signal Command Theater, and ROTC Cadet Ziyi Yu (Right), a cyber Soldier assigned to the ARCOG’s South West Cyber Protection Center, work on the day three scenario plans with their competition team during the Cyber X-Games 2018, hosted by the ARCOG and The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), June 15 at UTSA. The Cyber X-Games is a five-day exercise facilitated by military and academia partnerships consisting of survey and reconnaissance of the cyber environment, inject detection and response and live red/blue teaming. This year’s games focused on the protection of critical network infrastructures in the areas of finance, public utilities and health care.

(U.S. Army Reserve by photo by Sgt. Erick Yates)
June 27, 2018 - Cyber X-Games 2018 brought 72 participants from various U. S. Army Reserve cyber and network defense units, Air Force cyber and network operations centers (squadrons), ROTC Cadets and civilian network and cyber professionals from government contractor entities June 9-18 to the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA).

Logisticians can pave career path with free credentialing program
Spc. Robin Trinidad (right), an automated logistics specialist from the 103rd Quartermaster Company in Houston, inspects a cooler Feb. 17, 2016, at Fort Polk, La., used to preserve perishable foods in the field. The Los Angeles native and his Army Reserve company are supporting field exercises during a base field exercise. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Brandon Hubbard, 204th PAD)
May 9, 2018 - Two nationally recognized credentials are available free of charge to Soldiers holding select quartermaster military occupational specialties. The Certified Logistics Associate and Certified Logistics Technician documents can be earned by enlisted 92A automated logistical specialists and 92Y unit supply specialists, as well as warrant officer 920A supply systems technicians and 920B property accounting technicians.

Signaleers Vital to New Strategy in Afghanistan
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Bina K. Cheema stands with packaged Microwave Line-of-Sight radios aboard a C-17 Globemaster III, Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, Feb. 18. After extensive coordination to prepare and ship the radios under a compressed schedule, Cheema traveled to Afghanistan with them to ensure timely delivery. The radios are part of the effort to meet increased communications requirements in direct support of the change in U.S. strategy in Afghanistan. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Maj. Andrew Benbow)
March 8, 2018 - U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Bina K. Cheema watched as a forklift operator carefully removed pallets of cargo from the rear opening of a C-17 Globemaster III. Among those pallets were dozens of Microwave Line-of-Sight (MLOS) radios, which Cheema had the mission of accompanying from her home base in Kuwait to Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. The radios were slated to be dispersed to various forward operating bases throughout Afghanistan in support of a rising military demand for voice, data and video services.

Ready Lightning Soldier Receives First Star
U.S. Army Reserve Brig. Gen. Nikki Griffin Olive deputy commanding general, 335th Signal Command (Theater), administers the oath of office to Brig. Gen Matthew Easley during his promotion ceremony Jan. 6 at the Colorado State Patrol Training Academy in Golden, Colo. It is traditional for officers to recite the oath upon promotion.  Easley joined the Army after graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1988. He has served in the U.S. Army Reserve for more than 26 years in a variety of leadership positions.
Feb. 22, 2018 - U.S. Army Reserve Col. Matthew Easley was promoted to brigadier general Jan. 6, 2018. Easley, a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York and alumnus of the University of Colorado at Boulder and Kansas State University pinned on the one-star insignia during a promotion ceremony held at the Colorado State Patrol Training Academy.

Phoenix Recruiting Battalion hosts Army Reserve leadership at R2PC
Maj. Gen. Brian Alvin (left), commanding general, 63rd Readiness Division, talks about the need for more military technicians, as Command Sgt. Maj. Kelly Largent (right), 63rd RD, looks on at a Reserve Recruiting Partnership Council (R2PC) meeting on Nov. 18 at Armed Forces Reserve Center in Scottsdale, Ariz. The purpose of the R2PC was to improve communications and mutual partnerships between the Phoenix Recruiting Battalion and reserve units within Arizona in order to fill critical reserve vacancies. (U.S. Army Photo by Capt. Alun Thomas, USAREC Public Affairs)
Nov. 20, 2017 - The Phoenix Recruiting Battalion hosted Army Reserve leadership at a Reserve Recruiting Partnership Council (R2PC) on Nov. 18 at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Scottsdale, Ariz.
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