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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. Now, more than ever, America needs a powerful and resilient force ready to deliver vital capabilities around the world and here at home. In an ever-changing landscape of both visible and invisible threats, we stand ready to defeat our enemies any time, anywhere. America’s Army Reserve is ready now, shaping tomorrow. Video by LT Tim Yao; voiceover by MAJ Clarence Black.
Col. June Copeland, division chief, IPPS-A, USAR, and her daughters 1st Lt. June Copeland, Cadets Jeilyn and Jasmyn Haynes share the unique experience of attending and graduating from the United States Military Academy West Point. Unknowingly, Col Copeland started the path for her three children to follow in her footsteps. Without pressure or coercion, her children decided to be a part of this distinct pool of graduates that truly sets their family apart.
Mr. Stephen D. Austin, assistant chief of Army Reserve speaks about the upcoming Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) opening to all Army Reserve civilians on Jun. 1, 2022 online.
Sponsored annually in June by the National Safety Council, the Army Reserve observes National Safety Month with a focus on reducing injuries, illness, death and equipment damage while on duty, off duty, driving on our nation’s roads and highways, or in the comfort of our barracks, homes and communities. For Soldiers or Army Civilians, the summer months pose numerous hazards because of summer and holiday leave, permanent changes of station moves and more time spent in off duty travel. The 2022 National Safety Month campaign will focus on summer, the Army’s deadliest time of year for mishaps.
Post-traumatic stress disorder is a condition that affects millions of Americans after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, such as combat, a natural disaster, a car accident or sexual assault. If you are in crisis, call 1-800-273-8255.
In June, the Army Reserve recognizes lesbian, gay, bisexual , transgender and queer service members and civilians for their service to the Army and the nation. Pride Month is a nationally recognized observance celebrating the LGBTQ community, its advocates and allies by promoting community, unity and pride. The selfless and dedicated service of LGBTQ Army Soldiers and civilians make our military stronger and the nation safer
Lt. Gen. Jody Daniels, chief of Army Reserve and commanding general, U.S. Army Reserve Command, addresses leaders to help retain our diverse and uniquely talented Army Reserve team.
Soldiers – take charge of your career and update your records! In September, the Army will go live with a new human resources system called the Integrated Personnel and Pay System - Army (IPPS-A). You will need to update, validate, and certify your records beforehand to ensure the complete transfer into IPPS-A. Check out Army Reserve CSM Andrew Lombardo's video to learn more about the new system and what needs to be done before it goes into effect.
Mrs. Grady explains what P3O offers to those transitioning from Soldier to civilian.
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.
Hey, Soldiers! You can upload your COVID vaccine information into MEDPROS: https://lhi.care || 1. From the top menu, click ELIGIBILITY, then UPDATE RECORDS; 2. Choose IMMUNIZATION (INCLUDING FLU), click start and UPLOAD DOCUMENT; 3. NOTIFICATION confirms you're done!

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Soldiers, Civilians and Families are the centerpiece of our efforts to stay ready and evolve. Ready and resilient Soldiers, capable leaders, cohesive teams, strong families, and supportive employers are the key to a ready and capable Army Reserve. -LT. GEN. JODY J. DANIELS, chief of Army Reserve and commanding general, U.S. Army Reserve Command