Army Reserve opens training center on Fort Lee
U.S. Army Reserve senior leaders cut the ribbon during a ceremony June 12 for the 94th Training Division’s new Army School System Training Center on Fort Lee, Virginia. Cutting the ribbon are (from left): Command Sgt. Maj. Sharon Campbell, 94th Training Division command sergeant major; Col. Adam Butler, Fort Lee garrison commander; Brig. Gen. Héctor López, 94th Training Division commanding general; Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, 99th Readiness Division commanding general; Brig. Gen. Fletcher Washington, 80th Training Command deputy commanding general; and Capt. Zane Williams, TASS Training Center officer-in-charge.The new U.S. Army Reserve facility coordinates for mission-essential equipment, billeting, classrooms, subsistence support, transportation requirements, training areas and equipment, and maintenance support to enable instructors assigned to teach at the location to focus on training and enhancing readiness.
July 16, 2018 - The U.S. Army Reserve’s 94th Training Division hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony July 12 for its new Army School System Training Center here.

Quartermaster brigade bids farewell during change of command ceremony
Col. John Joseph, incoming 1st Brigade commander (right) passes the unit guidon to Command Sgt. Maj. Gregory Betty (left), outgoing 1st Brigade command sergeant major as he inherits command of the 1st Brigade (Quartermaster) during the unit’s Change of Command ceremony held at the Maj. Gen. Charles C. Rogers U.S. Army Reserve Center in Charleston, W. Va., on 19 May 2018. Dreska served as the 1st Brigade commander for two years before his relinquishment of command to Col. John Joseph. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Maj. Ebony Gay, 94th TD Public Affairs Office)
July 9, 2018 - The 1st Brigade (Quartermaster), a down-trace unit of the 94th Training Division-Force Sustainment, gathered at the Maj. Gen. Charles C. Rogers U.S. Army Reserve Center to bid farewell to Col. John Dreska and welcome Col. John Joseph as the new brigade commander May 19, 2018, in a change of command ceremony.

Gold, silver or bronze: Soldiers and Airmen interweave training into earning coveted badge
Air Force Cadet Patrick Forbus pinpoints the area on the pistol target that he successfully shot during the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge pistol markmanship test. Forbus was one of more than 75 Soldiers and Airmen who strived to earn the badge for military proficiency. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Emily Anderson, 80th Training Command)
June 12, 2018 - FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, Pa. - After graduating from her advanced individual training in March, Pfc. Maria Litterio, assigned to the 97th Transportation Company at Fort Eustis, Virginia, knew training to serve her country would be an ongoing requirement during her military career. But, her training to earn the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge became a task that proved to be taxing.

Mortuary Affairs: More than remains and personal effects
Sgt. Brian Vigoya, a student attending a Mortuary Affairs Specialist Course, adjusts the handle of the Mobile Integrated Remains Collection Systems. The MIRCS allows Soldiers to provide mortuary service capabilities throughout the world, regardless of terrain or location.
May 30, 2018 - Standing in front of a projector that displays the remains of a deceased man, an Army Reserve instructor is not explaining to his 11 students the gruesomeness of what happened to the man, but the proper way to effectively serve in a unique and honorable job as a mortuary affairs specialist.

New Bridge Erection Boats provide more power and maneuverability to US Army Reserve Engineers
Sgt. 1st Class John Reyes, 102d Training Division (MS) 12C instructor, goes over the M30 Bridge Erection Boat during training on the new equipment at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
May 10, 2018 - “We’ll take this training back to the students, and facilitate their ability to operate the new machinery when they go out to their units,’ said Sgt. 1st Class John Reyes, combat section instructor with 1st Engineer Brigade, 102d Training Division.

Major General Bruce E. Hackett
Commanding General
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Command Sergeant Major Dennis J. Thomas
Command Sergeant Major
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