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LTG Charles D Luckey addresses concerns about the requirements for Ready Force X.
Brig. Gen. Twanda (Tia) Young, Deputy Commanding General, U.S. Army Human Resources Command, addressed a crowd about the activation of the new Reserve Personnel Management Directorate (RPMD) during a town hall for the HRC workforce, held on Fort Knox, Ky., Oct. 2, 2019. Young who will also serve as the director of RPMD, explained how establishing one directorate to manage Army Reserve including Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Soldiers will provide one central point for lifecycle management. (U.S. Army photo by Mark Webber)
Army HRC launches Reserve Personnel Management Directorate
By Sgt. 1st Class LaTonya Kelly | Oct. 8, 2019
The U.S. Army Human Resources Command stood up a new Reserve Personnel Management Directorate (RPMD) at its headquarters on Fort Knox, Kentucky, Sept. 30, 2019 with the goals of increasing efficiency, transparency and accessibility when processing Army Reserve personnel actions.

Lt. Gen. Thomas S. James Jr., Commanding General, First U.S. Army, hugs a Gold Star Mother after she received a yellow rose during the Gold Star Mother’s Day luncheon, September 29, 2019, at Cantigny Park in Wheaton, Illinois. The United States first began observing Gold Star Mother’s Day on the last Sunday of September in 1936. James, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker, and a dozen dignitaries attended the Gold Star Mother’s Day luncheon. The luncheon honored the sacrifice of Gold Star Mothers and Families who have lost a loved one while serving in the U.S. military. An estimated 150 Gold Star Mothers and supporters attended the luncheon. Pritzker officially proclaimed September 29, 2019 as Gold Star Mother’s Day in Illinois. Members of the Illinois Patriot Guard lined the walkway to the entrance of the LeJardin Room where the event was held.

(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. David Lietz)
First Army Commander visits Gold Star Mothers at Chicagoland luncheon
By Sgt. David Lietz | Oct. 1, 2019
U.S. Army Spc. Jesse Tilton served as a medic with the 82nd Airborne Division in Kandahar City, Afghanistan. On July 13, 2010, around 10 p.m., six Taliban suicide bombers attacked their base near the gate where they lived.

Command Sgt. Maj.  Carrie Cieslak with the 38th Regional Support Group listens to instruction on budget allocation and fiscal responsibility while attending a Senior NCO Huddle in Whitehall, Ohio.
Strengthening the Backbone of the Army Reserve
By Capt. Chad Nixon | Sept. 30, 2019
The Non Commissioned Officer is the backbone of the Army, and to maintain the overall success and knowledge base of the senior NCO corps, the 310th Expeditionary Sustainment Command held a Senior NCO Leadership Huddle Sept. 18-20, in Whitehall, Ohio.

Brig. Gen. Kris A Belanger, Commanding General, 85th U.S. Army Support Command talks with Col. David Woodruff, 181st Infantry Brigade (MFTB) Commander, Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, during the New Brigade Command Teams training, September 21-22, 2019. Brigade command teams traveled to the 85th USARSC headquarters to learn about command relationships, medical readiness and training management within the multi-component partnership between the active component’s First Army and the U.S. Army Reserve’s 85th USARSC. The training also included breakout sessions with members of the G primary staffs. The purpose of the training was to explain some of the challenges facing the Army Reserve and to develop a common understanding between the active component and the Army Reserve.

(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. David Lietz)
Army active component and Army Reserve command teams train and integrate to support readiness within multi-component partnership
By Sgt. David Lietz | Sept. 25, 2019
The 85th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command hosted their New Command Teams training briefing during their battle assembly weekend with newly assigned active component brigade and Army Reserve battalion commanders, September 21-22, 2019.

Master Sgt. Maynor Reyes of Miami oversees numerous engineering and construction projects on Erbil Air Base in northern Iraq, where he is deployed with the St. Petersburg-based 641st Regional Support Group. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Kahlil Dash)
After 15 years, Miami Soldier returns for new Iraq mission
By Maj. Keith Grant | Sept. 17, 2019
The last time Maynor Reyes had set foot in Iraq, Lebron James was a high school hoops star, “The Apprentice” had yet to debut on television, and Saddam Hussein was still in power in Baghdad – the destination of the rapidly advancing U.S. forces that the young Staff Sgt. Reyes was tasked with keeping supplied.

Sky Guy, left, the Women’s National Basketball Association’s Chicago Sky team mascot, and U.S. Army Reserve Master Sgt. Ebony Evans pause for a photo after she receives an honor for her service during the Chicago Sky’s final home game, of the regular season, at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois, September 1, 2019. Evans was honored during the game for her 19 years of service in the Army to include two deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Noble Eagle.
(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Anthony L. Taylor)
Army Reserve Soldier receives honor amongst thousands during Chicago Sky WNBA home game
By Capt. Michael Ariola | Sept. 6, 2019
U.S. Army Reserve Master Sgt. Ebony Evans, was honored by the Chicago Sky Women's National Basketball Association team for her military service during their final home game of the regular season verses the Phoenix Mercury at Wintrust Arena, September 01, 2019, in Chicago, Illinois.

Retention and training event hosted at Camp Atterbury by the U.S. Army Reserve Marksmanship Program consisted of a mix of precision and timed action shooting events shot on paper, pop-up, and steel targets from 25 to 400 meters with an ACFT component. The event also included a formal qualification with a 100% go rate among all participants.
Retention Event Creates 100% Qualification Rate
By Sgt. 1st Class John Buol | Sept. 5, 2019
Quality Army Reserve events maximize Soldier retention while providing enhanced training.

Three Stovell brothers pose for photo at their training site in Saudi Arabia. From left, Staff Sgt. Daniel Stovell, Staff Sgt. Daryl Stovell, and Sgt. 1st Class Davin Stovell.  All three work as training instructors for the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command's Military Assistance Group that advises the Saudi Ministry of Interior.  Called MOI-MAG, the DoD program teaches Saudi security forces how to defend their country's critical infrastructure sites like ports, airports, bridges, oil pipeline and refineries. (U.S. Army photo by Richard Bumgardner)
Stovell brothers keep family tradition of Army service
By Richard Bumgardner | Aug. 29, 2019
In 2018 when Sgt. 1st Class Davin Stovell saw a job posted on the Army’s Tour of Duty website, he knew it was tailor fit, not only for himself, but also for his two brothers, Staff Sgts. Daryl and Daniel Stovell. Wanted: Military instructors within a Training and Advising Detachment for a Security Cooperation Organization working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), planning and implementing curricula designed to teach and mentor officers, noncommissioned officers and instructors assigned to the KSA Ministry of Interior.

Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Nitendra Prasad, Platoon Sergeant, 645th Inland Cargo Transfer Company, Las Vegas, Nevada, yells at his Soldiers to get down as Civilians on the Battlefield approach an entry control point of the Central Receiving Shipping Point yard during a training scenario involving civilians, August 18, 2019 at Combat Support Training Exercise 86-19-04 at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Prada, a 15-year Army veteran with two overseas tours, rehearsed the mission with his Soldiers and covered the Rules of Engagement and Escalation of force protocol. Army Reserve Soldiers traveled to Fort McCoy to participate in the 86th Training Division’s CSTX 86-19-04 during the month of August. Active duty and Army Reserve observer coach/trainers from First Army’s 181 Multi-functional Training Brigade, 85th U.S. Army Support Command, 84th Training Command and 86th Training Division supported Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers improve their functional and tactical skills by coaching and teaching them about tactical field craft in an austere environment. Soldiers were trained in objectives such as base defense operations, convoy operations and applying first aid on the battlefield.

(U.S. Army Reserve photo by 1st Sgt. Anthony L. Taylor)
Combat Support Training Exercise prepares Army Reserve units to be self-sustaining in tactical objectives
By Sgt. David Lietz | Aug. 23, 2019
“Get down! Get away from the gate!” yelled Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Nitendra Prasad, Platoon Sergeant, 645th Inland Cargo Transfer Company, Las Vegas, Nevada.

U.S. Army Reserve Soldier Spc. Tucker White, a broadcast specialist at the 350th Public Affairs Detachment headquartered in Indianapolis, poses with his camera during the 46 Sierra Conversion Training in Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Aug. 12, 2019. White learned photography and news writing in order to become a mass communication specialist as part of a military occupational specialty merge. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Spc. Maximilian Huth)
Army Reserve works to expand public affairs capabilities
By Spc. Maximilian Huth | Aug. 22, 2019
The Army public affairs career field has entered the second year of its transition to mass communication specialists (46S), merging broadcasters and print journalists as a way to keep up with today's communication needs. Task Force 46, the U.S. Army Reserve Command's training force, have been working to train Army Reserve Soldiers to meet the new requirements at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin.
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