LTG Charles D Luckey addresses concerns about the requirements for Ready Force X.
World War II Veterans rededicate monument at Fort Indiantown Gap
Twelve World War II Veterans of the 95th Infantry Division, currently serving Soldiers, friends and family members gathered Sept. 22 to rededicate the division monument at Fort Indiantown Gap. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Lt. Col. Angela King-Sweigart)
Oct. 1, 2018 - Twelve World War II veterans of the 95th Infantry Division, currently serving Soldiers, friends and family gathered Sept. 22 to rededicate the division monument here.

108th Training Command preparing for current, future drill sergeant mission requirements
Drill sergeants from the Army Reserve's 104th Training Division, 108th Training Command, observe Soldiers during a lang navigation course for the 335th Signal Command (Theater) Best Warrior Competition at Fort Meade, Maryland, April 16, 2018. Drill sergeants served as coaches and upheld high standards during the week-long competition. Army Reserve Soldiers competing are tested physically and mentally in events that include the Army Physical Fitness Test, land navigation, combat water survival, a U.S. Marine Corps obstacle course, ruck marching, weapon qualification, Army Warrior Tasks, written exams and the Army appearance board. The winning noncommissioned officer and top junior enlisted Soldier will move on to compete in the U.S. Army Reserve Command competition later this year. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. David Gasperson)
Sept. 19, 2018 - As the U.S. Army prepares to make changes to its combat training model to become a more lethal force in preparation for the changing world landscape, the 108th Training Command, the Army Reserve's only drill sergeant training command, recognizes that it must increase its end strength to meet the increasing readiness demands of the U.S. Total Force. The 108th Training Command in engaged in various adaptive measures that will increase the readiness and lethality of the force.

Cadets rappel into the future under the guidance of U.S. Army Reserve NCOs
Brig. Gen. Joseph A. Edwards, commanding general of the 104th Training Division, rappels down a 70-foot tower during the confidence training phase of the U.S. Army’s Advance Camp at Fort Knox, Kentucky, July 13. U.S. Army Reserve noncommissioned officers from the 104th Training Division led the event in order to develop and reinforce Army values in cadets. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Dalton Smith)
July 23, 2018 - U.S. Army Reserve noncommissioned officers challenged the physical courage of Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets on the 70-foot rappel tower at the U.S. Army’s Advanced Camp at Fort Knox, Kentucky, July 13.

Army Reserve NCOs prepare cadets for leadership success
Sgt. 1st Class Paul Shelton, an instructor with the 104th Training Division, double checks the equipment of a basket stretcher before cadets utilize it during the Field Leaders Reaction Course at Fort Knox, Kentucky, July 11, 2018. U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers, with the 104th Training Division, led events at the U.S. Army’s Basic Camp in order to develop and reinforce Army values in cadets. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Dalton Smith)
July 17, 2018 - Through dirt and sweat, squads of Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets overcame physical and mental obstacles to test their leadership and teamwork abilities at the Field Leaders Reaction Course at Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Behind the lens: Ghost writers tell the story
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers with the 372nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment out of Nashville, Tennessee interview a Soldier during the 2018 U.S. Army Reserve Command's Best Warrior Competition (SARC BWC) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina June 10-15. The 11-person team of public affairs Soldiers covered the USARC BWC not only to document the event but to fulfill their annual training requirements. (U.S. Army Reserve Courtesy photo/released)
June 26, 2018 - A good story keeps the reader’s interest. A great story makes the reader feel or act. Regardless of the format—pictures, videos or articles—stories have the power to freeze time and capture a moment of history that can never be recreated.
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