For the next two weeks, Army Reserve Soldiers from the 223rd Ordnance Company out of Grand Prairie, Tx. will be working with the 407th Army Field Support Battalion - Hood to repair and RESET U.S. Army Reserve Command RESET equipment. After Army Reserve equipment is used overseas to support combat operations, it returns to Field Support Battalions for repair and maintenance - RESET. During their annual training, Soldiers of the 223rd Ordnance Company will service on vehicles, weapons, generators, radios, and more.
The purpose of the RESET mission is for Army Reserve Soldiers to increase equipment readiness by repairing U.S. Army Reserve equipment from across the nation. It is also a valuable opportunity for 94F (Computer/Detection Systems Repairers), 94E (Radio and Communications Security Repairers), and other logistics military occupational skills to get hands-on training with equipment, conducting "real world" repairs.

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U.S. Army Reserve demonstrates cohesion across multiple exercises
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers assigned to the 316th Sustainment Command standby for a weapons qualification at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., June 10, 2024. Reservists are required to attend a two-week training exercise annually, where they engage in realistic scenarios designed to prepare them for real-world conflicts. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Matt Porter)
June 27, 2024 - U.S. Army Reserve Command units recently demonstrated their logistical proficiency in supporting warfighters across Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. The exercises highlighted the intricate operations crucial for...

From green fields to Army greens: Personal and professional development through service
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers conduct live-fire training on the M2A1 machine gun with instruction from certified senior gunners during the Combat Support Training Exercise 24-01 at Fort Hunter Liggett, California, on June 5, 2024. The CSTX trains and prepares capable and combat-ready Army Reserve units to deploy in support of the Army and joint partners worldwide.  (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Midori Preecs)
June 10, 2024 - With every individual joining the armed forces comes a unique story.People from all backgrounds bring a new perspective and skills to the military, making each individual's contribution invaluable to the overall strength and...

Army Reserve colonel returns to hometown high school as commencement speaker
Col. Gerry Jackson shakes hands with a 2024 graduate of Escambia County High School in his hometown of Atmore, AL on May 16, 2024. Col. Jackson returned to the high school he once attended as the commencement speaker.
June 10, 2024 - The 2024 graduating class of Escambia County High School received a special honor this year as U.S. Army Reserve Col. Gerry Jackson, a distinguished alumnus, returned to his hometown to deliver an inspiring commencement...

Sisters in command: Army Reserve Soldiers navigate challenges together
Captains Tamia (left) and Tamera (right) Grady pose under a 90th Sustainment Brigade monument on Camp Robinson, Ar. on February 23, 2024. The sisters were selected for company command and simultaneously commanded logistics units within the 90th Sust. Bde.
March 18, 2024 - Company command can be a daunting experience for junior officers who take on the challenge for the first time. To get through your tenure, you learn to lean on your non-commissioned officers (NCOs), seek guidance from...

Army Reserve Unit Boosts Morale During Holidays
Soldiers of the 909th HR Co. (Postal) look over several Amazon packages and other mail just arriving into the Soto Cano Post Office mail room on Soto Cano Air Base near Comayagua, Honduras. The unit just kicked off a 9-month deployment providing postal operations at the air base.
Dec. 20, 2023 - While most of us are slowing down during this time of the year, that’s not the case at Soto Cano Air Base near Comayagua, Honduras. A detachment of the 909th Human Resources Company is now on ground at the base and busier...

Annual symposium bridges gaps across components, commands
U.S. Army Reserve, National Guard and U.S. Army V Corps senior leaders pose for a photo in front of V Corps Headquarters before the second annual Reserve Component Symposium in Fort Knox, Kentucky, Dec. 2, 2023. The second annual Reserve Component Symposium provided an ideal opportunity for commanders of relevant U.S. Army Reserve formations, state adjutants general, deputies and key staff to discuss challenges, opportunities, lessons-learned, and tactics, techniques and procedures with V Corps and U.S. Army Europe and Africa senior leaders and key advisors. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Javen Owens)
Dec. 8, 2023 - Around 40 V Corps, National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve senior leaders converged at “Victory Corps” Headquarters here Dec. 1-2 for a dynamic discussion of issues confronting Reserve Component organizations serving in the...

'Greener pastures:' USCIS naturalizes 37 troops, family members during Bliss ceremony
Pvt. Created Chihava (left) joins 36 other new Americans during their Oaths of Allegiance at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services general naturalization ceremony at Fort Bliss, Texas, July 13, 2023.
July 20, 2023 - When newly naturalized American citizen Spc. Whatmore Zuze was a boy growing up in Zimbabwe; he looked forward to "being the best he could be" and looking out for his little brother.Last week, big brother was beaming as he...

Leveling up fuel operations during QLLEX
Defense Logistics Agency Energy Americas East Quality Assurance Representative Rob Rush (black jacket) works with U.S. Army Reservists to conduct inspections of military fuel tankers and equipment at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, during the U.S. Army Reserve’s 2023 Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise June 12, 2023. Courtesy photo
July 17, 2023 - Army Reserve Soldiers took their training to the next level during the 2023 Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise June 12-24. Seven Reserve battalions worked with DLA Energy Americas to improve end-to-end readiness...

QLLEX: Bridging the Gap Between Training and Real-World Missions
Soldiers partake in Operation Patriot Press 2023 at Toole Army Depot, in Toole, Utah in mid-April 2023. OPP-23 provides an opportunity for units to enhance logistical readiness and total force integration by working directly with active-duty counterparts and Civilian workforce under the Joint Munitions Command. (Photo: Shana Hutchins, Toole Army Depot)
July 16, 2023 - The Army Reserve logistics community has showcased its progress, skills, and people for nearly four decades at the Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise (QLLEX). The exercise brings together fuelers, water purification...

The 87th Training Division is empowering commanders at WAREX 2023
Spc. Jose Vera, a combat engineer with the 863rd Engineer Battalion from Darien, Illinois, fires an M2 machine gun during a familiarization range July 20, 2022, at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. The 78th Training Division conducted the range as part of Warrior Exercise 78-22-02 July 16-30 in order to build Warfighter collective readiness and prepare units to execute missions in support of Unified Land Operations. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Sarah Zaler)
July 16, 2023 - This year at WAREX, the 87th Training Division and the 211th Regional Support Group successfully created a training environment that mirrored real-world operations by empowering commanders to shape the exercise objectives. As...
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