LTG Charles D Luckey addresses concerns about the requirements for Ready Force X.
Memorial service provides closure for Soldiers
Soldiers of the 103rd Sustainment Command take a knee in front of the fallen Soldier Battle Cross for Sgt. Holli Bolinski and Spc. Jackson Johnson, who were assigned to the 657th Movement Control Team, March 16. Bolinksi and Johnson were killed in a non-combat vehicle crash, March 5, while deployed in Kuwait in support of Operations Inherent Resolve.
March 21, 2019 - Two Soldiers who died in a non-combat vehicle accident March 5 had not returned home, yet, closure was needed. The closure was carried out in the most traditional way the Army can provide for its Soldiers, those who remain ready to take over the watch from the fallen, with a memorial ceremony March 16.

LOGCAP Soldiers sharpen program management skills
Soldiers with the 1st and 2nd Logistics Civil Augmentation Program Support Battalions from Fort Belvoir, Virginia prepare to put their program management skills to work during a mobilization exercise at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.  The Soldiers traveled via military air from Andrews Air Force Base to MacDill to simulate the mobilization of their logistics support officers after a simulated hurricane hit the coast of Florida and established a need for military support.   (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Sheila Holifield)
March 15, 2019 - More than 25 Soldiers of the 1st and 2nd Logistics Civil Augmentation Program Support Battalions from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, put their program management skills to work during a mobilization exercise Feb. 21-24 at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.

A year after injury, Army Reserve Soldier aims to succeed at Army Trials
The 2019 Army Trials at Fort Bliss is an adaptive sports competition from March 5-16 with over 100 wounded, ill and injured active-duty Soldiers and veterans competing in 14 different sports for the opportunity to represent Team Army at the 2019 Department of Defense Warrior Games in Tampa, Florida. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. P.J. Siquig)
March 15, 2019 - Sports have always played a large part in U.S. Army Reserve Capt. Mya Leigh Gordon’s life. The Duluth, Minnesota, native has always held a spot in high school and collegiate sports teams before being commissioned in the Army Reserve in 2011.

316th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) Soldiers test for the Best Warrior
Seventeen U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 316th Expeditionary Sustainment Command vied for Best Warrior during the annual 316th ESC BWC held at Camp Dawson, West Virginal March 3-8. The event pushed junior enlisted Soldiers to their physical and mental limits through various Warrior tasks.
March 13, 2019 - Each year, nearly two dozen Soldiers from across the 316th Expeditionary Sustainment Command’s 80 units from eight states in the northeastern portion of the U.S. are inspired to take on the annual Best Warrior Competition.

From Panchkula and Maracay, to Central Pennsylvania: Two Soldiers’ Paths to Citizenship
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Nirmaan Aggarwal and the maintenance section of the 223rd Transportation Company prepare snowballs to lob at vehicles in a situational training exercise. Nirmaan is originally from Panchkula, India, and became a citizen shortly after basic training. Approximately 3 percent of all U.S. veterans were born in another country.
March 12, 2019 - U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 223rd Transportation Company of Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, conducted drivers training and convoy operations in the snow-covered ranges of Fort Indiantown Gap this weekend.

Army helps Soldier overcome personal fears
Spc. Madison Glinski, a mortuary affairs specialist in the U.S. Army Reserve’s 316th Expeditionary Sustainment Command competes in the 2019 316th ESC Best Warrior Competition at Camp Dawson, West Virginia held March 4-8. The annual competition runs junior enlisted Soldiers through dozens of basic and advance combat skills that offers physical and mental challenges to overcome.
March 6, 2019 - Acrophobia, claustrophobia, galeophobia, electrophobia and aquaphobia are on a long list of fears Spc. Madison Glinski, a Best Warrior Competition participant and an Army Reserve Soldier in the 316th Expeditionary Sustainment Command’s 698th Quartermaster Company, 377th Theater Sustainment Command, jokingly claimed she has struggled with.

Army Reserve Soldiers use civilian skills to support Military Surface Deployment & Distribution Command mission
Capt. Stephen Yarbrough, 461st Expeditionary Terminal Operating Element team chief, briefs 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division Soldiers on what to expect in the equipment staging yard, Jan 22, 2019 at the Port of Antwerp, Belgium. (Photo Credit: Mr. Johnathon Orrell (SDDC))
Jan. 29, 2019 - Soldiers from the 461st Expeditionary Terminal Operating Element (ETOE) recently supported surge requirements at the Port of Antwerp, Belgium in support of Atlantic Resolve. These U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command's (SDDC) Deployment Support Command (DSC) bring a unique layer of experience and capabilities that can be rapidly integrated into operations.

Command teams sharpen training skills with new leader course
FORT SNELLING, Minn. --Brig. Gen. Howard Geck, Commanding General, 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), welcomes thirteen company command teams to the first 83rd United States Army Reserve Readiness Training Command sponsored Company Leader Development Course at Fort Snelling, Minn., December 10, 2018. The five-day course teaches company command teams the skills needed to train their units and better prepare for individual and collective training. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Cpt. Jeffery Gruidl)
Dec. 20, 2018 - As the Army Reserve continues to focus and improve on readiness and intensifying its training culture, the 83rd United States Army Reserve Readiness Training Command (USARRTC) recently developed a Company Leader Development Course (CLDC) to help company leaders focus on the skills needed to train their units and better prepare for individual and collective training.

New York City draftee Soldiers made history as the Lost Battalion in October 1918
Two Soldiers of the 77th Infantry Division. The division was made up of Soldiers drafteed from New York City and was known as the Metropolitan Division. In October 1918 540 of the division's Soldiers were cut off behind German lines and because known as the Lost Battalion. (Library of Congress)
Aug. 30, 2018 - One of World War I’s most heroic battlefield story features a bookish lawyer, a millionaire who charged up San Juan Hill with Teddy Roosevelt, a carrier pigeon that’s now in the Smithsonian, and draftee Soldiers from New York City who served in the 77th Division.

Making mail mountains into molehills
On July 19, members of the 328th Human Resources Company, supported by the 787th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, along with a few other volunteers from units across the camp, received and sorted 500 bags of mail.  The bags of mail were stacked almost to the ceiling of the mailroom and all down the hallways.  (Photo by Staff Sgt. Charlotte Reavis, 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary))
Aug. 21, 2018 - On July 19, members of the 328th Human Resources Company, supported by the 787th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, along with a few other volunteers from units across the camp, received and sorted 500 bags of mail.
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