Today's Army Reserve covers more than 20 time zones across five continents. We are a battle-tested force facing a future with sophisticated adversaries. We must shift our focus and continue to adapt. We must be physically fit, mentally tough, and determined to defeat the enemy and dominate our foes. America's Army Reserve: the most capable, combat-ready, lethal federal reserve force in the history of the nation. (U.S. Army Reserve video by Calvin Reimold, Spc. Maria Casneiro and Sgt. 1st Class Jerimiah Richardson)
Maj. Gen. Eugene J. LeBoeuf, commanding general of the 79th Theater Sustainment Command, wishes the Soldiers and Families of the 79th TSC happy holidays!
No gym needed to improve fitness
U.S. Army Reserve Master Sgt. Susan Benavidez, an operations non-commissioned officer with the 211th Regional Support Group and Hood Mobilization Brigade, shows off her social distancing shirt during a workout session on March 25, 2020 at Fort Hood stadium. Soldiers with the Hood Mob Brigade practiced social distancing during their fitness sessions. 



U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jasmine Edden
June 26, 2020 - Maintaining physical fitness is an individual requirement for every service member. Training the body to be prepared for the rigors of combat takes dedication, motivation, and a fitness training plan that pushes your body to be tougher, faster and develop greater endurance. Traditionally, having access to gyms and company organized physical training helped Soldiers meet these goals by providing weights, cardio equipment, and workout programs.

79th QM Company maintained readiness during two-year mobilization
U.S Army Reserve Soldiers with the 79th Quartermaster Company practice putting on gas masks during chemical warfare training at the North Houston Reserve Center in Houston, Texas, on Mar. 10, 2019. Getting familiar with life saving equipment like this can preserve the functionality of the unit during a situation where the Soldiers encounter dangerous chemicals. 



Courtesy Photo by U.S. Army Reserve 1st Lt. Rodolfo Rodriguez
June 5, 2020 - Leaders in the U.S. Army Reserve’s 79th Quartermaster Company out processed through the Fort Hood Deployment Readiness Center on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, after their unit concluded a two-year mobilization to Houston, Texas.

Team adjusts mission, prepares for the future
Staff. Sgt. Joel Brown, a wheeled vehicle mechanic from Helena Montana, and 1st. Lt. Katherine Choi, a human resources officer from Seattle, Washington, are posing by an old firelace on base camp Trzebien. Brown and Choi, both part of 652nd Regional Support Group, a U.S. Army Reserve Unit out of Helena, Montana, serve as a mayor cell in Trzebien base camp, preparing the base for future Soldier training rotations. The 652nd RSG is the first U.S. Army Reserve unit tasked with providing base operations for 11 base camps in Poland.  Base support includes taking care of lodging, dining, and recreational needs of the tenant Soldiers assigned to that base.
June 1, 2020 - Trzebien, Poland, a small team in a small Polish village has been preparing for a big exercise. First Lt. Katherine Choi, a human resources officer from Seattle, Washington, and Staff Sgt. Joel Brown, a wheeled vehicle mechanic from Helena Montana, make a small but mighty mayor cell team. The two have been working for months to ready the tiny base camp at Trzebien, Poland, for troops in the Defender Europe 20-plus training exercise. Then plans changed.

FAQs: COVID-19 impact to the U.S. Army Reserve
May 19, 2020 - These questions have been submitted by Soldiers to various U.S. Army Reserve social media websites. Here, Soldiers may find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

Program in Poland protects Soldiers
Sgt. Cody Voye, a postal sergeant with 444th Human Resources Company out of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania always stands ready to support those in need.  In the future, Voye would like to become a sexual assault response coordinator  (SARC) or a victim advocate (VA) through the U.S. Army SHARP program.  SHARP program supports commanders with prevention, training, and awareness efforts.
April 30, 2020 - April is sexual assault and sexual awareness month. The U.S. Army conducts training in April, as well as throughout the year, to remind Soldiers that such behavior has no place within its ranks. Establishing special programs such as Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention Program is part of the base improvement process that the 652nd Regional Support Group was tasked with. This program supports commanders with prevention, training, and awareness efforts.

Full house: Olympia military couple fostered 60 children, 2 cats and 10 dogs in last 6 years
From left, Carla Mancilla, holds her son, Rocky, while her husband Chris holds his daughter, Mila. The Mancillas have served as foster parents for about 60 children over the past five years, and have adopted Rocky and Mila. April is the Month of the Military Child in the Army, and Chris is a master sergeant in the U.S. Army Reserve, serving with the 652nd Regional Support Group, currently deployed to Poland.  (Photo courtesy of Chris and Carla Mancilla)
April 30, 2020 - The U.S. Army celebrates the month of the military child in April. When it comes to subject matter experts in the field of military children, there may be none higher than Master Sgt. Christopher Mancilla and his wife, Carla.

Making an impact in Boleslawiec
Chief Warrant Officer One Carrie Sayer, an allied trades warrant officer from Boise, Idaho and Spc. Lauren Smith, an intelligence analyst from Eureka, Montana pose together at a landmark in Beleslawiec base camp.  This team of two works hard to improve base operations and quality of life on the base.  652nd Regional Support Group is deployed to Poland to provide base support to eleven bases that host U.S., Polish, and other NATO forces.
April 7, 2020 - Warrant Officer One Carrie Sayer and Spc. Lauren Smith, both with the 652nd Regional Support Group, operate the mayor cell on Boleslawiec base camp, Poland. The small base serves as a basic training camp for Polish soldiers and hosts about 400 U.S. Army Soldiers at any given time.

4th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) supports COVID-19 response
U.S. Army Reserve Brig. Gen. Sue Henderson, 4th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) commanding general, receives an update briefing on the unit’s COVID-19 response efforts from her staff at the unit's headquarters in Fort Sam Houston, Texas, March 29, 2020. U.S. Northern Command, through U.S. Army North, is providing military support to the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help communities in need. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Maj. Brandon R. Mace)
April 7, 2020 - While many are hunkering down across the nation, members of the U.S. Army Reserve's 4th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) are joining the ranks of essential personnel as they stand up to support the military’s response to COVID-19.

Remote Training During COVID-19
Michelle Adams uses a SCATT trainer to practice - at home while wearing pajamas. Simulations devices allow remote Postal Match opportunities and training options when conditions prevent congregating.
March 31, 2020 - For times when circumstances and expense prevent Soldiers from congregating for training, remote training simulators allow inexpensive, yet effective, skill development.
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