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Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey, chief of Army Reserve and commanding general, U.S. Army Reserve Command, and U.S. Army Reserve senior leadership gathered on Fort Bragg, N.C., recently to practice the new Army Combat Fitness Test.
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CAMP BLANDING, Fla. – Junior and senior noncommissioned officers from the 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) and the 321st Military Intelligence Battalion compete in the 143d ESC Best Warrior Competition beginning March 8 -11.
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LTG Charles D Luckey addresses concerns about the requirements for Ready Force X.
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.

Command Sgt. Maj. Clark Charpentier, Regional Health Command–Pacific’s command sergeant major, pins on the Expert Field Medical Badge on Col.  Fernando Güereña during an award ceremony on Joint Base Lewis McChord, Washington Aug. 14.
Committed to a lifelong dream
By Sgt. 1st Class Miriam Espinoza Sgt. 1st Class Miriam Espinoza | Aug. 22, 2019
re was never an option for Col. Fernando Güereña, a native of Baja California, Mexico, who joined the U.S. Army Reserve in 1985 and transitioned to active duty in 1999. His dream as a young, medical officer had always been one – to earn the Expert Field Medical Badge. On Aug. 8, at the age of 61, the Madigan Army Medical Center doctor began his sixth attempt to attain the coveted badge.

U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers of the 850th Transportation Company, headquartered in Lyons, Georgia, place a simulated injured Soldier on a litter as part of lanes testing at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Aug. 14, 2019. Lane training is a process used to evaluate unit training progress. It also gives unit leadership an update report on training already conducted at their home duty stations. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. Doug Anderson.)
Lane training provides a path to mission proficiency
By | Aug. 21, 2019
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers took time to maintain and enhance their tactical proficiency at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Aug. 14, 2019. Lane training is a process used to evaluate unit training progress. It also gives unit leadership an update report on training already conducted at their home duty stations.

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. LaRanda M. Boone of Greenville, N.C., an operations NCO with the 207th Regional Support Group, moves through a patrol at the Advanced Warrior Tasks Lane Combat Support Tactical Exercise, Fort McCoy, Wis., Aug. 12, 2019. The lane tested Soldiers land navigation skills, ability to treat a casualty and evacuate the wounded. The 207th Regional Support Group, which processed units participating in the CSTX, projected almost 4,000 joint service members would attend its August phase, including Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine personnel. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Gary A. Witte, 207th Regional Support Group)
Combat Support takes the lead
By Sgt. 1st Class Gary Witte | Aug. 15, 2019
Thousands of U.S. Reserve and National Guard troops faced pressure and hardship this summer at Fort McCoy, Wis., during the 2019 Combat Support Tactical Exercise. Joint service members from across North America toiled during 24-hour operations while dealing with the certainty of simulated attacks, the uncertainty of outcomes and the scrutiny of military evaluators.

Florida National Guard Soldiers fire at the enemy, from a rooftop building, during lanes training at eXportable Combat Training Capability 19-05 at Camp Shelby, Mississippi. The Soldiers will continue their training next year at Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) at Fort Polk, Louisiana in preparation for overseas deployments or stateside mobilizations. 
(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. David Lietz)
Army Reserve observer coach/ trainers ready infantry Soldiers during Army Total Force exercise
By Sgt. David Lietz | Aug. 15, 2019
Infantry Soldiers, assigned to the Florida National Guard, kneel in tall grass under the Friday night sky during eXportable Combat Training Capability 19-05. They stand by quietly waiting to move out during a phase of area security mission one into the mock city of Al Jaffa. Once ready, the Soldiers move towards their objective and carry out sensitive site exploitation, based on available intelligence information, and capture a high value target.

Maj. Rebecca Spohr, assigned to the 85th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command, throws in a ceremonial first pitch before the Chicago Bandits home game vs. the United States Specialty Sports Association Pride team at Parkway Bank Sports Complex, August 11, 2019, in Rosemont, Illinois. Spohr received an honor at the game throwing in a ceremonial first pitch. August battle assembly was the last BA for Spohr as the Headquarters and Headquarters Company Commander.
(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Capt. Michael Ariola)
Army Reserve Soldier is honored at national pro fast pitch softball game
By Capt. Michael Ariola | Aug. 14, 2019
U.S. Army Reserve Maj. Rebecca Spohr, was honored during pre-game activities before the start of the National Pro Fast-pitch League softball game between the Chicago Bandits and the United States Specialty Sports Association Pride at Parkway Bank Sports Complex, August 11, 2019, in Rosemont, Illinois.

Army Reserve Chief Warrant Officer 3 Melissa Barnes is the administration officer-in-charge at Erbil Air Base, Iraq.  When she's not tracking her morning mileage, she tracks reports for 3,600 Coalition military and civilian personnel.  (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Kahlil Dash)
Owasso soldier logs miles and memories in Iraq
By Maj. Keith Grant | Aug. 14, 2019
Minutes before the sun peaks over the Zagros mountains, the small group of runners gather up, discuss their workout plans, and set off for their morning run. It’s four hours before the start of the workday, but it won’t take long for temperatures to reach triple digits once the sun’s rays beat down on Erbil Air Base. Early starts are essential for runners who want to avoid being confined to the monotony of a treadmill.

377th Theater Sustainment Command Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Greg Mosser, speaks from the podium for the first time after assuming command of the 377th TSC following a change of command ceremony at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, Belle Chasse, La.,  August 3, 2019.
New General outlines future of the 377th Theater Sustainment Command
By Cpt. Matthew Cline | Aug. 9, 2019
In a packed auditorium at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, Army senior leaders from across the country murmured their greetings as they made their way to their seats. Ranging in rank from Brigadier General to Command Sergeant Major, the Soldiers assembled from across the 377th Theater Sustainment Command footprint to hear the initial guidance of their new commander, Maj. Gen. Gregory Mosser. Within moments of his entry, the tone of his speech was set.

U.S. Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Sandra Uptagrafft, 98th Training Division (IET), wins the Gold Medal in Women's Sport Pistol at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru. The Gold Medal win also secured an Olympic Quota for the United States in the Sport, which means Team USA can now send the full team of two athletes to the 2020 Olympic Games to compete in that event. Uptagrafft is a Phenix City, Alabama resident who also competed in the 2012 Olympics and is married to another 2012 Olympian, U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Eric Uptagrafft, who is a competitive marksman/instructor at the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit at Fort Benning, Georgia. (Pan American Games courtesy photo)
Soldiers help Team USA secure medals & Olympic quotas at Pan American Games
By Maj. Michelle Lunato | Aug. 6, 2019
The 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru concluded for Team USA Shooting on August 3 with an impressive medal count and historic Olympic quota win, and U.S. Army Soldiers helped earn that mission success. Nine Soldiers from the U.S. Army and U.S. Army Reserve were part of the Shooting Team for Team USA. In total, Team USA claimed 10 Gold Medals, 8 Silver Medals, 2 Bronze Medals and 7 Olympic Quotas. Of those, Soldiers contributed to 5 of the Gold, 6 of the Silver and 3 of the quotas.
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