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Sgt. Cory Nottingham, behavioral health non-commissioned officer in charge, 1972nd Combat and Operational Stress Control - Medical Detachment, speaks during a Suicide and Behavioral Health Symposium at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Nov. 25, 2019. The symposium covered topics such as stress, trauma, detection, and prevention as it relates to mental illness. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Spc. Dakota Vanidestine)
Breaking the silence on mental illness
By Spc. Dakota Vanidestine | Dec. 3, 2019
Stress affects us all – from running late to work, to meet deadlines, to getting injured. In a deployed environment, stressful situations are exacerbated. Soldiers face operational stressors, dangerous work conditions, and sometimes even witness the deaths of others.

At center, U.S. Army Lt. Col. Joseph Pulvino of Buffalo, N.Y., the lead emergency room nurse for the 865th Combat Support Hospital, discusses spinal injuries over a simulated casualty with Spc. E. Analise Arvelo of Philadelphia, a combat medic with the unit, during the Combat Support Tactical Exercise at Fort McCoy, Wis., Aug. 17, 2019. Pulvino said the exercise allowed troops hands-on experience in dealing with medical crises. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Gary A. Witte, 207th Regional Support Group)
Ceremony marks start of deployment for Army Reserve unit
By Sgt. Alexandra Shea | Dec. 2, 2019
Members of the 207th Regional Support Group gathered at Hilton Field on Fort Jackson, S.C., to bid parents, siblings, spouses, friends and children farewell Oct. 26, 2019 before they deployed in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.

Spc. Travis Camp, and Maj. William Gaefcke, 103rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, virtually participate in a Veterans Day assembly at Ladd Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade Consolidated School via teleconference Nov. 11, 2019 from Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Gaefcke has been a law enforcement officer in Ladd, Illinois since 1999 and is currently the chief of police. (U.S. Army photo by Master Sgt. Jonathan Wiley)
Army Reserve Soldiers reconnect with hometown on Veterans Day
By Spc. Dakota Vanidestine | Nov. 13, 2019
In a patriotic town of only 1,300 people, with a mayor who served during the Vietnam War and a councilman who is prior Air Force, the service of a currently deployed major and specialist in the U.S. Army Reserve is well appreciated this Veterans Day.

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Oliver Mepham, from the 431st Quartermaster Company, right, receives a specialized dog tag from Sgt. Maj. Richard Hagar, with the 645th Regional Support Group, at the halfway point of the ruck march event at the 645th RSG's Best Warrior Competition at Fort Custer, Michigan, Nov. 6, 2019. These dog tags were used by the cadre to confirm all the competitors had made it through the entire course (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Adam Parent)
645th Regional Support Command Soldiers compete in Best Warrior Competition
By Sgt. Adam Parent | Nov. 12, 2019
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 645th Regional Support Group came together to participate in a Best Warrior Competition.

Maj. Gen. Greg Mosser, commanding general of the 377th Theater Sustainment Command, Belle Chasse, La., passes the Army Reserve Sustainment Command’s colors to Brig. Gen. Donald Absher charging him with the responsibility and authority of the ARSC during an Assumption of Command Ceremony on October 20, 2019.
The Army Reserve Sustainment Command holds Assumption of Command Ceremony
By Sgt. 1st Class Shiela Holifield | Oct. 22, 2019
Soldiers of the Army Reserve Sustainment Command took part in an assumption of command ceremony in Birmingham, Oct. 20, 2019.

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.

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.

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.

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.
 
Brigadier General Pamela L. McGaha
Commanding General
 

Command Sergeant Major Gerald W. Knight
Command Sergeant Major


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