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Reserve Engineers build roads, buildings, skills

Operation Essayons 2014 came together June 14 – 28 through months of planning that involved installation, engineer units, and the Army Installation Management Command support.

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Reserve unit conducts annual training in Africa

Every U.S. Army Reserve unit is required to complete two weeks of annual training each year. Typically conducted at U.S. training facilities stateside, the opportunity to deploy to another country and train with other militaries isn't typical.

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Reserve Soldiers get virtual training

Nestled inside an office room in Illinois suburbia, Reserve Soldiers can be launched into battlefields or hostile environments from around the world.

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