LTG Charles D Luckey addresses concerns about the requirements for Ready Force X.
211th Regional Support Group is staying ready
A U.S. Army Reserve Soldier takes a vision test during a mass medical event on October 12, 2018, in Kingsville, Texas. Mass medical events provide Soldiers with medical care to ensure they are fit to deploy. Readiness is critical to ensure Army Reserve units are prepared to deploy bringing capable, combat-ready, and lethal firepower in support of the Army and our joint partners anywhere in the world.
Oct. 17, 2018 - U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers with the 211th Regional Support Group and 812th Quartermaster Company spent the weekend conducting activities that ensure they are prepared to deploy in support future operations. Soldier and unit readiness are critical to keep today’s Army Reserve capable, combat ready and lethal.

The family that serves together
U.S. Army  Pvt. 1st Class Jenna Van Horn, a pharmacy specialist with the 452nd Combat Support Hospital, and her mother U.S. Army Maj. Lisa Van Horn, the chief of patient administration at the 452nd CSH, have lunch together, Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Oct. 3, 2018. The work done by Soldiers in the  452nd CSH ensures that service members stationed in Central Command's area of responsibility remain healthy and capable of accomplishing their mission. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Adam Parent)
Oct. 9, 2018 - One of the hardest things for Soldiers and their families to endure during a deployment is the separation from loved ones. The physical distance and time zone difference make it difficult for family members to keep in touch and stay connected. But in Camp Arifjan, the recently deployed U.S. Army Reserve 452nd Combat Support Hospital out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has brought an unusual duo with them; a mother and daughter serving together in the same unit.

The Road to Awesome: Strong start at the 99th DIV(R)
A U.S. Army Reserve Soldier receives an Influenza vaccine from one of the medical providers during a Solider Readiness Improvement Program event held at the Joint Readiness Center on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, Sept. 22. At this SIRP event, the medical team inoculated 179 Soldiers with the Influenza vaccine, provided 64 routine and deployment specific immunizations, and 49 HIV draws.
Oct. 4, 2018 - Soldiers from the 99th Readiness Division are ensuring that they do their part to keep Soldiers within the formation capable and combat-ready.

Meet Your Army: Health care recruiter shares story, connects with local business
Army Maj. Chad Agustin (l.), officer in charge of the Army Medical Recruiting Station Kansas City, Kansas, speaks with a small group of Pro Athlete Inc. employees at their facility in Kansas City, Kansas, Aug. 29.  He was first at bat in a series of guests invited to speak with employees.  Pro Athlete Inc. is an online retailer of baseball bats and gloves.
Oct. 4, 2018 - Army Maj. Chad Agustin is a man of many talents. So, it was no surprise to see him connect while sharing his story with employees of a local Kansas City sports equipment business.

Northeast Medical Area Readiness Support Group welcomes new commander
Northeast Medical Area Readiness Support Group holds a change of command, Sept. 16, 2018, at a ceremony at Fort Wadsworth Battery Weed on Staten Island, New York.

Maj. Gen. Mary Link oversaw the outgoing commander, Col. Cindy Saladin-Muhammad, pass the command to Col. Steven Gandia. The Northeast Medical Area Readiness Support Group is vitally important to the Army and the Joint Force providing world class health service support across a full range of military operations.

The Change of Command ceremony symbolizes the continuation of leadership and unit identity despite the change of individual authority. It also represents the transfer of power from one leader to another; passing the ceremonial flag from outgoing to incoming commander is a physical representation of that transfer.
Sept. 28, 2018 - On a sunny September morning at the Fort Wadsworth Battery Weed National Historic Site, a memorable location on Staten Island in New York, the Northeast Medical Area Readiness Support Group held their change of command ceremony bidding farewell to NE-MARSG’s outgoing commander, Col. Cindy Saladin-Muhammed, and welcoming the new commander, Col. Steven Gandia.

Army Reserve medical Soldiers receive recognition for service
Army Medical Department Professional Management Command hosted a Welcome Home Warrior Citizen Recognition ceremony on Friday, August 17th to honor approximately 25 U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers who mobilized or deployed in support of global contingency operations.  Here, Col. Todd. Traver, APMC Commander, thanks Soldiers and family members in the audience.  The Welcome Home Warrior Citizen Award is designed to publically acknowledge our Army Reserve Soldiers for their selfless-service and sacrifice, as well as recognizing the family members who provide that support alongside their Soldiers.
Sept. 13, 2018 - For well over a decade, the Warrior Medics of Army Reserve Medical Command have been an integral and essential element of the Total Army and the Joint Force by meeting high operational demands, assisting with generating forces to support Army commitments worldwide and providing critical enabling capabilities that America’s military relies on to initiate and sustain complex global operations.

Defeating a migraine while deployed
Medical personnel from the 75th Combat Support Hospital at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, perform a surgery on Spc. Tariq Booker to alleviate migraines, July 20, 2018. Doctors from the U.S. Army and Kuwaiti government work together to create the best care plans possible for patients.
Aug. 30, 2018 - When he arrived in the Middle East, U.S. Army Spc. Tariq Booker, an Army Reserve Soldier stationed at Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait, was suffering from daily migraines which left him unable to perform his duties and barely able to get out of bed. However, thanks to a perfect mix of factors, Booker was able to undergo an operation at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, which immediately alleviated his headaches.

U.S. Army Reserve safer after recent batch of CLS graduates
An Army Reserve Sergeant and medial evaluator looks on as a Soldier demonstrates Combat Lifesaving Techniques during a practice evaluation. The practice evaluations covered a range of injuries from severed limbs to sucking chest wounds to injuries that required a Nasal Pharyngeal Airway device.
Aug. 27, 2018 - Thanks to 19 individuals and four certified trainers, a resident Dallas-Fort Worth military unit will be more equipped to save the lives of fellow uniformed members and civilians than ever.

Army Reserve medics train with realism
A U.S. Army Reserve Soldier evaluates a simulated casualty following a Combat Lifesaver Course, given by medics with Task Force Ultimate, inside a Medical Simulation Training Center (MSTC) during Operation Cold Steel II, hosted by U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operation Command (Airborne) at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., July 27, 2018. Operation Cold Steel is the U.S. Army Reserve’s crew-served weapons qualification and validation exercise to ensure that America’s Army Reserve units and Soldiers are trained and ready to deploy on short notice and bring combat-ready and lethal firepower in support of the Army and our joint partners anywhere in the world. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher J. Sofia/78th Training Division)
Aug. 9, 2018 - Clouds of fog fill the air in dimly lit rooms as red and green strobe lights flash above. Over the speakers, sounds of gunfire and explosions ring out. Bloodied mannequins lay on the floor awaiting rescue. The scene is ready, but this is no Hollywood movie set.

3rd Medical Command flexes forward for Mission Command excellence
Brig. Gen. Stephen Sauter, deputy commanding general of the 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support), discusses future plans and procedures with his staff during the Global Medic 2018 Combat Support Training Exercise at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, July 16. The CSTX is a U.S. Army Reserve situational scenario-based simulation exercise focused on the development of strategic, operational, tactical, and joint medical skills that include other U.S. forces and foreign militaries. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. Dalton Smith)
July 24, 2018 - U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support) have been on ground at Joint Base San Antonio for two weeks, preparing to provide medical support to combat arms units as part of the Global Medic 2018 Combat Support Training Exercise.
  • Contact Us
    5015 N. 34th St., Bldg. 900 
    Forest Park, Georgia 30297

    Media Inquiries:   (404) 469-4338

Maj. Gen. William Lee
Commanding General

CSM Donald E. Langworthy II
Command Sgt. Maj. 3rd MC(DS)

Join Our Conversation!