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LTG Charles D Luckey addresses concerns about the requirements for Ready Force X.
Strengthening the Backbone of the Army Reserve
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.
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.

After 15 years, Miami Soldier returns for new Iraq mission
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)
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 Event Creates 100% Qualification Rate
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.
Sept. 5, 2019 - Quality Army Reserve events maximize Soldier retention while providing enhanced training.

Lane training provides a path to mission proficiency
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.)
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.

Deployed Siblings: Kelsey and James Harty
Spc. Kelsey Harty, a paralegal specialist with the 398th Support Battalion, 1st Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade, congratulates Sgt. James Harty, a CH-47 Chinook helicopter repairer with the 2d Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, 1st Armored Division, after his promotion to sergeant at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, May 1, 2019. Due to the two being deployed in the same location, Kelsey was able to participate in James' promotion ceremony. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Walter Carroll)
Aug. 19, 2019 - Multiple family members serving in the Armed Forces is not an uncommon thing. Sometimes those family members serve in the same location, which may even be a deployed environment. This happens to be the case for sister and brother, Kelsey and James Harty. Although in separate units, they are coincidently deployed to the same location in Afghanistan.

Owasso soldier logs miles and memories in Iraq
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)
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.

Riggers are the Foundation for Every Parachute in the U.S. Army
Soldiers of the 861st Quartermaster Company, U.S. Army Reserve, operating in Qatar under the 77th Sustainment Brigade, have been preparing aerial drops for delivery across the U.S. Central Command area of operations. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. David Clemenko)
Aug. 13, 2019 - Behind every military aerial delivery is a highly skilled group that meticulously prepare the chutes and the packages that seem to fall effortlessly out of their military transports. They are called Riggers. Identified by their red “baseball” style hats, a U.S. Army rigger is a Soldier trained to pack, maintain, and repair parachutes. After WW2, the Army gave the Quartermaster Corps the mission of aerial delivery, including parachute rigging. Shortly after, a parachute rigger course was established at the U.S. Army Quartermaster School at Fort Lee, Virginia in 1951, and continues today.

New General outlines future of the 377th Theater Sustainment Command
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.
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.

952nd Quartermaster Company Enhances Training with Perimeter Defense
Pvt. Jonathan Taylor, of 952nd Quartermaster Company based in Livonia, Mich., in the prone position, performing perimeter defense as part of the Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise Expanded 2019 at Fort Pickett, Virginia on July 25, 2019. QLLEX- E is a year-long liquid logistics training exercise that tests each participating unit’s combat supply acumen and culminates in a rigorous evaluation of all units’ theater sustainment capabilities. (U.S. Army by Capt. Jevon Thomas)
Aug. 5, 2019 - U.S. Army Reserve quartermaster units around the country are participating in the Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise Enhanced (QLLEX-E) 2019 from July 13 to Aug. 2, in which Soldiers will conduct theater-level bulk petroleum and water distribution training to test their combat support skills and theater sustainment capabilities. The 952nd Quartermaster Company, based out of Livonia, Mich., has been participating in the preeminent petroleum training event for the last several years, and this year, the 952nd adjusted the focus of their training to include perimeter defense to prepare Soldiers for real-world scenarios.

The 377th Theater Sustainment Command transitions to new leadership
U.S. Army Reserve Command Deputy Commanding General, Maj. Gen. A.C. Roper, passes the 377th Theater Sustainment Command colors to Maj. Gen. Greg Mosser,  during a change of command ceremony at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, Belle Chasse, La.  August 3, 2019. Roper hosted the ceremony in which Maj. Gen. Steven Ainsworth ended his tenure at the helm and Maj. Gen. Greg Mosser assumed the position as commanding general of the 377th TSC.
Aug. 5, 2019 - In a time honored Army tradition Maj. Gen. Steven Ainsworth passed the unit guidon to the incoming commander, Maj. Gen. Gregory Mosser, in a ceremony held at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans on August 3, 2019. The event served as the final time that Ainsworth would address the troops as commander after serving as their leader for the past two years.
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