U.S. Army Reserve

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931st ports at Trans Warrior 2016 July 25, 2016 — The U.S. Army 88 series military occupational specialty is typically associated with solely driving trucks. However, as the U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 931st Expeditionary Theatre Opening Element showcased, the 88 series is also responsible for the movement of equipment and supplies by land, air and sea. MORE

Echo Mission transforms to adapt to new battlefield July 25, 2016 — All the while, their instructors, Army drill sergeant, Staff Sgt. Jack Lee, Fox Company, 1st Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment, 165th Infantry Brigade and Army Reserve drill sergeant, Sgt. Leah Anderson of Company D, 518th Battalion, 2nd Headquarters Brigade, 98th Training Division (Initial Entry Training) watch the events unfold, leaving everything in the hands of the BCT Soldiers as they go through their FTX facing these challenges and more. MORE

The 650th RSG conducts VCTS drivers training July 25, 2016 — Sgt. 1st Class Leo Castillejo, 650th Regional Support Group maintenance supervisor, and Sgt. Brandon Bungcayao, 650th RSG motor sergeant, conducted drivers training, which included the use of the Virtual Clearance Training Suite system simulator, at the Taylor Hall U.S. Army Reserve Center in Las Vegas July 15. MORE

$1.7 million dollars saved with IRTs in Cortland and Chenango, N.Y. July 25, 2016 — A row of 12 Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, and Air National Guard service members kneel by tent flaps laying flat on the ground. In pairs, they work together like a well-oiled machine, with one person kneeling and the other person squatting, ready for the command to insert a pin into the tent hole and assemble a hospital tent. MORE

IRT brings a different perspective of the military to Chenango County July 25, 2016 — “I really saw a whole different side that I never expected from the military.” “What they did for the community in 10 days, I have so much respect for them,” said Donna Jones, director of planning for Chenango County. “They have a place of honor now, with me.” MORE

Realistic Training Leads to Exceptional Preparedness for Army Reserve Soldiers at Warrior Exercise July 25, 2016 — Small arms fire and exploding ordnance attacks by opposing forces are real world threats that face Soldiers in a combat theater. For Reserve Soldiers it can be difficult to simulate that environment at the unit level during monthly battle assemblies. To achieve the most realistic training possible, Reserve units teamed up with Active Army and Army National Guard units for the 84th Training Command's Warrior Exercise 86-16-03 held July 9-23, here. MORE

DOD begins educating service leaders on new retirement system July 22, 2016 — Department of Defense officials announced Wednesday the launch of the "Leader Course," a tool designed to educate Service senior leaders and financial advisors about the new Blended Retirement System (BRS) that goes into effect, Jan. 1, 2018. MORE

Army Reserve CSM: “Living is coping” July 22, 2016 — “Living is coping and we just gotta get through it,” said the U.S. Army Reserve Interim Senior Enlisted Leader and Command Sergeant Major of the Army Reserve during a sit-down interview July 10, 2016. MORE

7th MSC´s 793rd MCT participates in USARC Yellow Ribbon event July 21, 2016 — Twenty-two Army Reserve Soldiers and their families from the 7th Mission Support Command facing upcoming future deployments had the chance to learn about the Army and Department of Defense support services, organizations, programs and to make contacts in a pre-deployment Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program event held at the Le Grand Westin Hotel July 15-17, 2016. MORE

Mud. Sweat. Soldiers. July 21, 2016 — Throughout the 12 mile military-style obstacle course, racers are faced with over 20 muddy challenges that ensure every t-shirt is well earned at the finish line. From scaling 10 foot walls to plunging through icy water, participants endured physical and mental trials while Army Reserve Soldiers provided support and motivation as they got down and dirty. MORE

U.S. Army Reserve and Army National Guard Maintain the Strength during Operation Resolute Castle July 20, 2016 — The 841st Engineer Battalion, U.S. Army Reserve and 194th Engineer Brigade, Tennessee Army National Guard, are maintaining the strength during Operation Resolute Castle. Operation Resolute Castle is a United States Army Europe-Led, construction operation that spans from constructing roadways to infrastructure improvements across Eastern Europe which includes Bulgaria, Romania, Estonia, and Hungary. MORE

Army Reserve Soldiers Tackle Volunteering, Obstacles July 20, 2016 — Soldiers from local Army Reserve commands were given the opportunity to participate in the Tough Mudder after volunteering at the event the day before. Although running through dangling wires charged with 10,000 volts and leaping from a 12-foot platform into a pool of mud may not seem appealing to some, these Soldiers could not resist the challenge. MORE

Military Style Obstacle Course Challenges Warriors and Citizens Alike July 20, 2016 — What makes a Soldier? Dedication, selfless service, commitment, perseverance – but most importantly the community. The American Soldier wouldn’t be able to successfully complete their missions without the support of the American people. MORE

345th Gladiators gain new leadership July 20, 2016 — On a hot, summer day, members of the 2nd Battalion, 345th Regiment, 157th Infantry Brigade, welcomed a new command team with incoming commander, Lt. Col. Augusto Villalaz, and incoming Command Sgt. Maj. Sammie L. McCall during a change of command and change of responsibility ceremony here at Darby Field, July 17. MORE

Yellow Ribbon program assist deploying families July 19, 2016 — Army Reserve Soldiers and their families from the 376th Human Resources Company and the 314th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion prepare for deployment at a Yellow Ribbon event. MORE

Army Engineers Plan for the Future July 19, 2016 — When you gather some of the most influential people of any given association or fellowship, and put them in a building for four days, you will see either huge differences in opinion or a collective effort to improve the overall policies and interactions that organization produces. MORE

Army Reserve commanding general shares vision with senior leaders July 18, 2016 — The U.S. Army Reserve’s new commanding general shared his command vision July 14-17 with senior military leaders here and at Fort Devens, Massachusetts. MORE

Fundamentals are key for Soldiers in Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson July 18, 2016 — Soldiers in basic combat training with Company B, 2nd Battalion, 60th Infantry Regiment at Fort Jackson, South Carolina braved the stifling summer heat working on the fundamentals of marksmanship on the zero range, July 14. MORE

313th MCB cases colors on the road to war July 18, 2016 — Over 100 Army Reserve Soldiers, family members and supporters of the 313th Movement Control Battalion (MCB), 55th Sustainment Brigade, 310th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), attended a deployment ceremony here on Sunday, July 10th, on the day it left home station for further training before traveling overseas. MORE

Cheerleaders do Army-style workouts to stay fit July 18, 2016 — Army Reserve Soldiers from the 311th Expeditionary Sustainment Command led and motivated cheerleaders from William S. Hart High School in Santa Clarita, California through military-style exercises to strengthen the team for their fall season. MORE

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