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Medal of Honor recipient speaks at Fort McCoy Community Salute May 21, 2018 — The Fort McCoy community gathered together for an Our Community Salutes event at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin on Armed Forces Day, May 19, to salute graduating high school seniors who have enlisted in the military. A special guest of honor, Medal of Honor recipient retired Sergeant Major Kenneth E. Stumpf, spoke to the enlistees and shared personal stories from his time in service MORE

A unified cell: Largest military police organization in DoD focuses on command-level deployment training May 9, 2018 — For the last 10 years, the 200th Military Police Command headquarters has been preparing thousands of troops to deploy anywhere in the world, but with the growing global threats facing America, the headquarters itself may be required to fight in the next big war. MORE

Army Reserve Best Warriors Forged by Physical, Mental Competition April 15, 2018 — How does an Army Reserve unit identify their best Soldiers? The 80th Training Command’s Best Warrior Competition answered this question by challenging 10 Army Reserve Soldiers from across the command here April 12-15, 2018. MORE

‘Light me up:’ Soldiers power through Interior Electrician training April 9, 2018 — The Army relies on electricians to provide the power necessary to do their jobs, such as lighting Army facilities, running power tools and operating computers. To meet this need, instructors from the 80th Training Command and 102nd Training Division, Maneuver Support, teach the 12R Interior Electrician course to Army Reserve, National Guard, and Regular Army Soldiers at The Army School System Training Center Dix, New Jersey, throughout the year, rain or shine. MORE

Bridge CSTX expands to gap Reserve readiness March 27, 2018 — Crawling through the dirt, communicating using hand and arm signals, and rushing three to five seconds across a field is but a few of the basic skill level one tasks that U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers were executing at the Army Reserve’s Bridge Combat Support Training Exercise 78-18-03, Mar. 1 - 29, 2018. MORE

Chicago native finds her hope in service March 16, 2018 — U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Maribel Cano-Meraz is a first-generation born U.S. citizen, of Mexican descent, who grew up in Chicago in the communities of Hermosa and Humboldt Park. MORE

Army Reserve Soldiers, Air Force personnel build a partnership March 13, 2018 — The Army Reserve’s only civil support team started building a new working relationship with nearby Air Force military and civilian personnel. MORE

Army Reserve Soldiers help NATO allies work together at Dynamic Front March 13, 2018 — A small group of Army Reserve Soldiers had a large effect on Exercise Dynamic Front 18, helping to coordinate artillery fire missions between multiple countries. MORE

Army Reserve Soldier recognizes civilian employer with DoD Patriot Award March 7, 2018 — Army Reserve Soldiers regularly face the reality and challenge of being a Citizen-Soldier, and balancing their civilian employment with the duties of their Army Reserve commitments. MORE

Soldiers Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday with Local Elementary School Children March 7, 2018 — Silver tiaras, blue wigs, bouncy hats, and Army olive green uniforms filled the classrooms at Hopkins Elementary School here in celebration of Dr. Seuss’ 114th birthday on March 2, 2018. Eighteen Army Reserve Soldiers from the 80th Training Command took time to read to the school children to celebrate Seuss’ birthday. MORE

Ready Lightning Soldier Receives First Star February 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. MORE

U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz celebrates African-American History Month February 9, 2018 — Learn their stories. That was the message from Col. U. L. Armstrong, the commander of the 773rd Civil Support Team, during the U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz African-American History Month celebration Feb. 9 at the Kaiserslautern Army Community Center on Daenner Kaserne. MORE

Army general officer: ‘Future Army leader will be a woman.’ February 7, 2018 — Female general officers from across the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force spoke about experiences women have faced in the military during a Women Leadership Roundtable Discussion with a bipartisan congressional staff delegation comprised of women chiefs of staff from both houses of U.S. Congress at the Pentagon, Feb. 7, 2018. MORE

West Coast military police brigades embrace unity to increase lethality, readiness January 22, 2018 — Two military police brigades located on America’s West Coast – one Army Reserve and one active duty – have begun a partnership to better prepare their Soldiers for war. MORE

Army Reserve Soldiers help Girl Scouts learn about robots December 5, 2017 — Soldiers of the 773rd Civil Support Team took their survey robot to Sembach Middle School on Sembach Kaserne Dec. 4 to help the Girl Scouts earn their robotics patch. MORE

Soldiers, Families Build Resilience Through Yellow Ribbon Events December 4, 2017 — 88th Readiness Division hosted a Yellow Ribbon event in Minneapolis from December 1 to 3. MORE

Instructors Teach, Shape New Generation of Ordnance Soldiers November 22, 2017 — U.S. Army Reserve instructors work daily to train and prepare Soldiers to perform a multitude of jobs, and for those assigned to the 3rd Brigade, 94th Training Division, this is one of the most gratifying and humbling assignments available. MORE

To honor the fallen: inside the Dover Port Mortuary November 15, 2017 — In keeping with the Department of Defense’s commitment to honor it’s fallen warriors, the Port Mortuary was established in 1955 at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. MORE

Army Reserve leader speaks on celebrating our veterans November 14, 2017 — The auditorium filled with silence as the audience stood up from their seats at Buffalo Grove High School on Nov. 11, 2017. The first notes of the national anthem played as hundreds watched the nation’s colors marched into the room during a Veteran’s Day ceremony. MORE

Soldier with cancer receives Disney vacation thanks to his unit, Yellow Ribbon October 31, 2017 — A U.S. Army Reserve Soldier diagnosed with terminal cancer received a Disney World vacation for his whole family thanks to the generosity and efforts of his unit and various supporting organizations. MORE

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