Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey, chief of Army Reserve and commanding general, U.S. Army Reserve Command, reminds Soldiers to be aware of what they can and cannot do politically: "Make sure you understand the difference between your rights as a citizen and your responsibilities as a Soldier."
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Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey, chief of Army Reserve and commanding general, U.S. Army Reserve Command, sends his message to the field about the Army Combat Fitness Test, the newest way the Army will evaluate the physical fitness and endurance of its Soldiers.
Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey calls on U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers to "know what right looks like" and commit to following safety procedures.
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LTG Charles D Luckey addresses concerns about the requirements for Ready Force X.
652nd RSG's colors stand proud thanks to Soldier's talents
Staff Sgt. James Campbell, a unit supply noncommissioned officer from Great Falls, Montana, Sgt. Levi Proctor, an ammunitions specialist from Missoula, Montana, and Staff Sgt. Joel Brown a wheeled vehicle mechanic from Clancy, Montana, insert unit colors and the U.S. flag into a wooden base designed and built by Staff Sgt. Campbell.  Each unit in the military has a unit flag that represents only that unit.  The unit flag, or colors, represent the unit regardless of where they are in the world.  Colors are posted in a central location for all to see.  They are symbols of a Soldier’s identity and pride.
Oct. 11, 2019 - The Soldiers of the 652nd Regional Support Group stood huddled around a large metal storage container that had just arrived at Powidz Air Base, Poland, from the United States. When the container’s creaky doors swung open, the first thing the Soldiers saw was the unit’s wooden flag stand.

Family Readiness Group supports 311th ESC Soldiers
Capt. Han Liu, 311th ESC finance officer, buys pizza from Janis Rodrigues, 311th Expeditionary Sustainment Command Family Readiness Group secretary, during the 311th ESC battle assembly battle, where medical services were being provided, September 7. On this weekend, FRG sold pizza, sodas and snacks to raise funds for Family Days, holiday events, which directly benefit the Soldiers and Families.
Sept. 13, 2019 - A little support can go a long way. Added to the mix are those who are willing to go beyond that and have a recipe for success. Janis Rodrigues, 311th Expeditionary Sustainment Command Family Readiness Group secretary, and Diana Neri, 311th ESC FRG treasurer, supported 311th ESC Soldiers during their battle assembly, where medical services were being provided, September 7.

653rd Regional Support Group partners with Child Crisis Center of El Paso
Erique Davila, the Director of Administration and Compliance for the Child Crisis Cener explains the center’s mission and programs with Army Reserve Col. Chandra M. Roberts and Command Sgt. Maj. Denise A. Lagana. The 653rd RSG, who is mobilized as the Fort Bliss Mobilization Brigade, collected and donated much needed childcare items to the Child Crisis Center of El Paso (Capt. Joselyn Sydnor, 653rd RSG)
Sept. 3, 2019 - Soldiers of the 653rd Regional Support Group, 311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), 79th

Mobilization Support Force, Process is King
U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Mathew S. Booth (left), Sgt. Nathan D. Wallentine, and Spc. Caiden B. Seely check feck fluids on their assigned LMTV for preventative maintenance checks and services at Stennis Motor pool. The Soldiers are members of the 872nd Support Maintenance Company that participated in the Mobilization Support Force Annual Training and Rehearsal of Concept Drill at the end of June (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Capt. Joselyn Sydnor).
July 15, 2019 - Units from across the U.S. Army Reserve who make up the Mobilization Support Force conducted their annual training at Fort Bliss, Texas, from June 17-30. These units were selected to augment Fort Bliss’s ability to sustain an increased number of warfighters who would be trained and validated during a Mobilization Force Generation Installation expansion.

Back to Basics, Junior Leader Certification Program
U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Ivanska M. Carrillo, 653rd Regional Support Group, notes deficiencies of a 2kW Military Tactical Generator Set as her group completes a block of instruction on Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services. The 653rd RSG completed the Army Reserve’s new Junior Leader Certification Program, which was created in an effort to promote and enhance Soldier and unit readiness by reinforcing communication and trust with the units and leader (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Capt. Joselyn Sydnor).
July 12, 2019 - Twenty-one junior Non-Commissioned Officers of the 653rd Regional Support Group  graduated from the new Army Reserve Junior Leader Certification Program at Fort Bliss Texas on June 29, 2019.

Army Reserve Soldiers Set Interservice Records
Army Reserve Soldiers set a number of new Rifle Interservice records, a match hosted at Marine Corps Base Quantico and now in its 58th year and open to all members of the United States military. This includes a new Reserve record in the Commanding General, MCCDC (Marine Corps Combat Development Command) Team Match and Post or Station Team.

In front, from left, Sgt. Maj. Doug Withus (1st Special Forces Command), Sgt. Maj. James Mauer (ARCD), Col. Chris Baer (Office of the Chief of Transportation), Sgt. Joseph Hall (ARCD), Sgt. 1st Class Dan Dorosheff (ARCD).

Middle row, from left, Spc. Sam Henderson (318th PSYOP Company), Staff Sgt. John Bonjour (89th Sustainment BDE, 451 ESC), Staff Sgt. Robert Matthew Goad (USACAPOC), Spc. Dan Lowe (385th HHD TC BN), Sgt. 1st Class John Hawes (ARCD), Chief Warrant Officer Joseph Hayes (ARCD).

Back row, from left, Sgt. Keith Stephens (980th EN BN), Staff Sgt. Kristoffer Friend (ARCD), Sgt. 1st Class Adam Stauffer (1st OPS BDE, 86th DIV), Sgt. 1st Class Richard Hartley II (1-349th TSBN), Arc, Fleischer, Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Anderson (ARCD). Not pictured, Sgt. Eric Smith (872nd Support Maintenance Company).
July 3, 2019 - Army Reserve Soldiers establish new high scores at the 58th annual Interservice Rifle Championship.

61 Warriors gain valuable experience during Best Warrior Competition
Congratulations to our winners: Sgt. Joshua Smith representing the 108th Training Command (IET) is NCO of the Year and Spc. Collin George with the 102nd Military Police Company, 200th Military Police Command, is the Soldier of the Year.
July 1, 2019 - After five days of grueling heat, humidity, and very little sleep, nearly 60 U.S. Army Reserve noncommissioned officers and enlisted Soldiers were narrowed down to two at the 2019 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition.

Financial management Soldiers, Airmen begin deployed scenario operations at Fort McCoy
U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Bradley Augustine, 368th Financial Management Support Unit information technology specialist from Wichita, Kansas, connects at very small aperture terminal satellite communications system during Exercise Diamond Saber 2019 at Fort McCoy, Wis., June 24, 2019. Approximately 680 active duty, reserve and National Guard Soldiers, Airmen, Marines and Department of Defense civilian employees from 45 different organizations worldwide are taking part in Diamond Saber 2019, the Army’s only large-scale financial management exercise. (Army photo by Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner)
June 28, 2019 - Active, Reserve, and National Guard financial management Soldiers and Airmen deployed scenario operations at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, June 26, 2019. During the training, the service members were faced with performing their financial management responsibilities while also dealing with the stresses inherent to serving in a combat environment, such as being attacked, engaging an enemy force, assessing injuries and calling for medical evacuation. 

Army announces Expert Soldier Badge
Army senior leaders announced the implementation of the Expert Soldier Badge, June 14. Similar to the Expert Infantryman Badge and the Expert Field Medical Badge, the ESB will allow commanders the opportunity to recognize Soldiers outside the Infantry, Special Forces and medical communities who have met a high standard of performance in physical fitness and warfighting tasks. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army graphic)
June 17, 2019 - In conjunction with the U.S. Army's 244th Birthday, the Army announced a new proficiency badge today, called the Expert Soldier Badge. The ESB is designed to improve lethality, recognize excellence in Solder combat skills and increase individual, unit and overall Army readiness. The ESB is the equivalent of the Expert Infantry Badge and Expert Field Medical Badge but for all other military occupational specialties in the Army. Commanders will soon be able to use the badge to recognize Soldiers who attain excellence in physical fitness and marksmanship and a high standard of expertise in land navigation and performing warfighting tasks. 

478th Transportation Company supports Maple Resolve 19
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Luis Velasquez and Spc. Juan Villa, from the 478th Transportation Company, based in Camp Pendleton, California, pull security from the entry checkpoint of their base camp during Exercise Maple Resolve 19-01, Monday May 20, 2019, 3rd Canadian Support Base Det Wainwright. Maple Resolve is an annual brigade-level validation exercise for the Canadian Army's High Readiness Brigade and is designed to foster partnership among allied forces. (Photo by U.S Army Reserve Spc. Jermaine Jackson)
May 22, 2019 - Warfare was revolutionized by the invention of the motor vehicle. Battles, supplies, and troops can be moved about the theater much faster and outcomes can be decided in the blink of an eye. Therefore, training soldiers on how to properly move within a combat zone is of utmost importance. That’s where exercises like Exercise Maple Resolve come in.
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