Images from the 105th Birthday of the Army Reserve

April 24, 2013
 
Personnel at the Office of the Chief of Army Reserve for into a 105 in honor of the Army Reserve's 105th birthday April 23 at Fort Belvoir.
Camp Arifjan, Kuwait celebrated the Army Reserve’s 105th Birthday April 23, Lt. Gen. Jeffrey W. Talley, led a 5K run then reenlisted and promoted several Soldiers. He presented several awards prior to a cake cutting ceremony and hosted a town hall meeting for more than a hundred Army Reserve Soldiers deployed to Kuwait.
Sgt. Ryan J. Barger, a training NCO with the 423rd Military Police Company, threw out the first pitch as Brig. Gen Tammy Smith watches before the Baltimore Orioles game against the Toronto Blue Jays, April 23 as part of the 105th Army Reserve birthday.
U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Luis Visot, the Army Reserve's deputy commanding general for operations, leads Soldiers on a two-mile run to mark the component's 105th anniversary at Fort Bragg, N.C., April 23, 2013
Maj. Gen. Marcia Anderson and Mrs. Linda Talley lay a wreath in honor of fallen Soldiers April 23 at Arlington cemetery during the Army Reserve's 105th birthday.
Maj. Gen. James V. Young Jr. hands the game ball to Washington Nationals Pitcher Ross Detwiler Tuesday night at Nationals Park in recognition of the 105th birthday of the Army Reserve.
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