388th CBRN Company shows no signs of complacency

The 388th Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Company show no signs of complacency as they participate in yet another Mass Casualty Decontamination training event during Battle Assembly at Fort McCoy and Volk Field, Wis., May 8-10.

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Sustainable readiness in the making

Members of the 1st Mission Support Command (1st MSC), U.S. Army Reserve-Puerto Rico gathered at the command’s headquarters, May 15-17, to participate in the organization’s Mission Training Brief (MTB) in preparation for training year 2016.

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Reserve Soldier honored for his contributions to law enforcement

For the past three years, during National Police week, 1st Sgt. Michael Gainey, Warrior Transition Battalion, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, has gone above and beyond his duties as a Reserve Soldier by organizing an event in honor of those fallen

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2015 Warriors on the Water reaches 10th anniversary

WoW. The expression one might make when looking at 158 bass boats cast off as the rising sun's rays sparkle off the lake water.

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