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August is Army Antiterrorism Awareness Month, an effort to inform military communities and the public of ways to protect and defend against potential terrorist threats.
Join us in congratulating U.S. Army Reserve 1st Lt. Amber English, who won the gold medal and set a new Olympic record in women's skeet shooting at the 2020 Olympic Games! (Photo by Maj. Nathaniel Garcia)
To ensure individual and unit readiness in the Army Reserve, it is critical that vaccinated Soldiers update their status in MEDPROS before Sept. 1, 2021. Contact your unit Health Readiness Coordinator or visit https://lhi.care.
Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Andrew Lombardo, U.S. Army Reserve command sergeant major, and his team of nominative command sergeants major on his senior enlisted council and his command team took the new ACFT test. Lombardo calls his leaders to get their Soldiers after this test and enter the results into DTMS by 31 August.
Master Sgt. Tracy Flores, U.S. Army Reserve Command provost marshal NCOIC, demonstrates the Expert Soldier Badge tasks for the M17 pistol.
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.

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Brig. Gen. Gen. Jeffrey C. Coggin (left), commanding general of the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne), speaks with Lt. Gen. Jody J. Daniels (right), chief of Army Reserve and commanding general, U.S. Army Reserve Command, as they participate in the Joint Warfighting Assessment 2021 distinguished visitor day initial briefing at Fort Carson, Colo., June 25, 2021. U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) Civil Affairs, Psychological Operations, and Information Operations Soldiers took part in JWA 2021 with participants from different Army units and multinational partners such as U.K., Australian and Canadian armed forces, working to improve interoperability between U.S. joint forces and our allies. JWA exercises help the Army evaluate emerging concepts, integrate new technologies, and promote interoperability between the Army, other services, and our multinational partners. Joint and multinational partners are key to the success of Multi-Domain Operations.

USACAPOC(A) and interoperability in MDO at JWA

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Aug. 04, 2021

At an annual event dedicated to force modernization and the development of multi-domain operations (MDO), U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological...
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New Army training addresses emerging drone threat

New Army training addresses emerging drone threat

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Aug. 04, 2021

It was the early hours of Sept. 14, 2019, when a swarm of small drones left two Saudi oil facilities in ruins. The aftermath was caught on film from...
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U.S. Army, Timor-Leste military kick off first bilateral exercise

U.S. Army, Timor-Leste military kick off first b...

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Aug. 04, 2021

Exercise Dalan ba Dame 21 began with an opening ceremony at the Forcas de Defesa de Timor Leste (F-FDTL) Land Component Base in Baucau, Timor-Leste,...
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The 641st Regional Support Group from St. Petersburg, FL in coordination with the Arrival/Departure Airfield Control Group download a HEMTT Tanker from a C-5 Galaxy during Pershing Strike 21 at Fort McCoy, Wis.

Prepared for the Challenge

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Aug. 04, 2021

As COVID-19 shut the country down, and even the world, the Army kept rolling along. This statement is true at any Army Reserve installation, but more...
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Nothing brings a smile to your face like snuggling with a lion cub. “I have a unique background in that I specialize in zoo/exotic medicine. Prior to deciding to become a veterinarian, I was a zoo keeper. All of my veterinary experience prior to and after completing veterinary school was treating and caring for a traditional zoo collection,” said Capt. Christine Bui, a Veterinarian with the Army Reserve.

Army Reservist Support Kuwait Zoo with Injured L...

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Aug. 02, 2021

How many zoo veterinarians are in the Army Reserve? No, this isn’t the start of a joke. There happens to be one in Kuwait, Capt. Christine Bui, 64A,...
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The completed T-wall for the 310th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Chief Warrant Officer 2 Paul Viall worked countless hours in extreme heat to paint a mural that will represent the hard work and dedication of the Army Reserve’s Indianapolis-based “Brickyard” Soldiers and their time serving within the U.S. Central Command’s area of responsibility.

'Brickyard' mural cements deployment legacy

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Jul. 31, 2021

The "Brickyard" Soldiers of the Army Reserve's Indianapolis-based 310th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) unveiled a mural commemorating their...
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88th RD hosts IPPS-A training course: One record for one Soldier in one system

88th RD hosts IPPS-A training course: One record...

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Jul. 30, 2021

Human resources professionals from across the 88th Readiness Division’s 19-state region gathered here to learn about the new Integrated Personnel and...
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Division West welcomes new III Corps Deputy Commanding General

First Army Division West welcomes new III Corps ...

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Jul. 30, 2021

First Army Division West holds a welcome brief to Maj. Gen. Michael R. Keating, deputy commanding general for III Corps, at the Division West...
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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