America's Army Reserve remembers the Civil Rights icon's leadership, the power of his words, and the inspiration of his call for justice.
This training video provides an overview of Service member rights and responsibilities under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), and highlights Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) resources. It was developed and produced by SSgt. Treven Cannon of the Air National Guard I.G. Borwn Training and Education Center, in collaboration with the Tennessee ESGR Committee.
In this episode of the Leaders Corner, we discuss the balance of civilian and Army Reserve careers with Col. Eric Rahman, who works at Google and is an Army Reserve officer with the 335th Signal Command.
Take a look back at 2020 through the lenses of Army Reserve photographers, who were documenting moments around the world in an unquestionably challenging year.
As 2020 comes to a close, we reflect on COVID-19 and the Army Reserve's response to the pandemic with one of the largest domestic mobilizations in its history. Urban Augmentation Medical Task Forces are formed to mobilize Soldiers with an array of medical expertise to hotspots across the country. At the height of the response, more than 3,000 Soldiers are in the fight.
Today's Army Reserve covers more than 20 time zones across five continents. Our people are the most important weapon system in accomplishing the mission, ensuring units are ready and capable to deliver victory. Our Soldiers are mentally tough, with a desire to serve their country now, and lead troops into the fight of tomorrow. In an every-changing landscape of both visible and invisible threats, we stand ready to defeat our enemies, anytime, anywhere. Modernization drives our ability to support operations in the multi-domain environment. We will mobilize rapidly with the right capabilities to win the future fight. America's Army Reserve is ready now, shaping tomorrow.
In the fight against COVID-19, it's not only important to choose the right mask but also to wear it properly. Cover both your mouth and your nose. You may be asymptomatic and infect others without knowing it. Your mask protects others. Their masks protect you. Take the fight seriously. Wear your mask.
Lt. Gen. Jody Daniels, chief of Army Reserve and commanding general, U.S. Army Reserve Command, wants you to not let your guard down as the holiday season approaches. COVID-19 is still a threat, and Soldiers and civilians should continue to take appropriate measures to keep others and themselves safe. Wear face masks, wash your hands and maintain social distance.
Suicidal thoughts can affect anyone regardless of age, gender or background. Take time to reach out to those affected and raise awareness of treatment services. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255; Text TALK to 741741.
"You are relied upon to demonstrate what right looks like every day, in communities across the nation. ... This month, as we conduct a (Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention) stand down across the entire Army Reserve, know that we are working together to drive a culture change that ensures every member of this team feels heard. ..."
"We are a values based organization. So, when in doubt, look to our seven Army Values to be the guideposts, to be the road signs, to make sure we're on track. Racism is contrary to our Army Values. It's actually an insider threat, but it dwells within hearts, and it dwells within our ranks, and we must do everything we can to root it out and crush it."
If you are interested in receiving an Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) scholarship and commissioning into the Army Reserve, the GRFD Scholarship Minuteman Campaign covers 4 years of full tuition and fees or $10,000 for room and board at colleges and universities served by an Army ROTC program.
Shoot to kill the virus: Chief of Army Reserve receives COVID-19 vaccine shot
Lt. Gen. Jody Daniels, Chief of Army Reserve and Commanding General, U.S. Army Reserve Command, receives the COVID-19 vaccination from Spc. Evan McBee, medic, at the Womack Army Medical Center, at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Jan. 11, 2021. “The vaccine is supported by science. If I play roulette and contract the virus, I could be asymptomatic or on a respirator. I don’t want to risk finding out where in the spectrum I’ll fall. I want to protect myself, my family and my co-workers,” said Daniels. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines work by using transient information carrying molecules (mRNA) to teach our cells to make a protein that triggers antibody formation to create an immune response in our bodies. The mRNA is synthetic, not extracted from actual viruses, and it does not enter or interact with your body’s own DNA. The vaccine requires two doses, so Lt. Gen. Daniels is setting up the appointment to receive her second dose in about 21-28 days.
Jan. 14, 2021 - Lt. Gen. Jody Daniels, Chief of Army Reserve receives the COVID-19 vaccine shot.

3-312th Training Support Battalion mobilizes to Fort Hood
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers part of the command staff for the 3-312th Training Support Battalion, Fort Meade, Maryland, share in a candid moment after an awards ceremony for recognition of their hard work and dedication during the mobilization process and achieving mission readiness December 18 at Fort Hood, Texas. The unit is on a yearlong assignment to Fort Hood in support of operations for First Army Division West, 120th Infantry Brigade. (U.S. Army Reserve Photo Staff Sgt. Erick Yates)
Jan. 14, 2021 - An Army Reserve training support battalion from Fort Meade, Maryland, is the next unit in line to begin supporting training and mobilization operations for First Army Division West.

Army Reserve Soldier plays pivotal role in finding missing child
Sgt. Cody Robinett, Senior Movement Non-Commissioned Officer assigned to the 3303rd Mobilization Support Battalion, 3rd Mobilization Support Group, 9th Mission Support Command, finds a missing child on the rooftop of her home in Guam Dec. 28th, 2020.
Jan. 13, 2021 - After more than a five-hour long search, an extreme sense of relief and excitement overcame Sgt. Cody Robinett after finding a missing child on the rooftop of her home in Guam.

ENFIT benefits 412th Theater Engineer Command’s future planning
Jan. 12, 2021 - The 412th Theater Engineer Command (TEC) and Warfighter Support Division (WSD) have modernized Army Reserve geospatial intelligence procedures via Engineer-Focused Intelligence Training (ENFIT) at the Army Geospatial Center (AGC) in Alexandria, Virginia.

Army Reserve Medical Command to host Expert Field Medical Badge event at Fort McCoy this spring
Jan. 12, 2021 - Command Sgt. Maj. Robert Boudnik and Sgt. 1st Class Joshua Nash discuss the upcoming Expert Field Medical Badge event hosted by Army Reserve Medical Command at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, this spring. U.S. Army Reserve medical Soldiers have an opportunity to demonstrate their skills and earn the coveted badge!

FAQs: COVID- 19 Vaccine
Jan. 12, 2021 - Here, Soldiers may find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the vaccine.

Army Reserve Soldier discusses service and Sikh religion
Jan. 12, 2021 - Pfc. Chandanjot Hundal, a military policeman with the 654th Regional Support Group out of Tacoma, Washington, discusses his motivation for joining the Army Reserve, the accommodations afforded him to serve while adhering to the Sikh religion, and the impact his family has had on him. (Video production by Sgt. James Garvin, 79th Theater Sustainment Command)

Army Reserve recruiting gif animation.


Facebook iconTwitter iconFlickr iconDVIDS iconInstagram icon YouTube icon

Army Reserve Political Activities
Click image to download pdf

Political Activities