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)
Brig. Gen. Stuart Werner, commanding general, 364th ESC and Dr. Kaffie Clark, suicide prevention program manager, delivers a message on Suicide Prevention. Your Life Matters. Lead, listen and create an environment in which Soldiers are free to express their grievances or concerns. Treat everyone with dignity and respect. That is how we protect our #1 asset and greatest source of strength: You.
U.S. Army Reserve Brig. Gen. Stuart Werner, a native of Manchester, Pennsylvania, assumes command of 364th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) in a ceremony held on Mar. 8 in Marysville, Washington. The brief ceremony was officiated by Maj. Gen. Eugene LeBoeuf, commanding general of 79th Theater Sustainment Command, with Col. Vince Rice, deputy commander of the 364th ESC, standing in place of outgoing commander, Brig. Gen. Vincent E. Buggs. The 364th ESC has approximately 4,000 U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers and includes two Regional Support Groups and one Sustainment Brigade that comprise a total of 40 units and spans six states and two time zones in the northwestern portion of the United States. (Photo by U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Christian Dizon, 477th Transportation Company
The 364 Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) G4 team hosted this year’s Logistics Workshop with Brigade, Battalion, and Company supply, service, and maintenance teams in order to strengthen formal and informal working relationships, ensure mutual understanding, and align Army, 79th TSC and 364th ESC priorities toward building and sustaining overall logistics operational readiness.
Montana Army Reserve Soldiers reflect on year in Poland
Clockwise from left, seated: Maj. Colin Curry, Spc. Dylan Roselles, Maj. Brian Casey, 1st Sgt. Alicia Roethler, Sgt. Colton Smith, Sgt. 1st Class John Proulx, and Pfc. Koleton Grimes, all Soldiers from the 652nd Regional Support Group out of Helena, Montana, pose with the Montana state flag April 6, 2020 on “406” day in Powidz, Poland. The Montana Soldiers with the 652nd RSG are wrapping up a nearly year-long deployment to Poland by quarantining at North Fort Hood, Texas. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Maj. Olha Vandergriff, 652nd Regional Support Group)
July 27, 2020 - Sitting in a long concrete barracks bay at North Fort Hood, Texas, the Soldiers of the 652nd Regional Support Group, in the midst of a two-week quarantine, have had a lot of time to think. The Army Reserve unit from Helena, Montana, is in the final moments of a nearly yearlong deployment to Poland.

652nd Regional Support Group Transfers Authority to 297th RSG
Command Sgt. Maj. Duane Hedrick, command sergeant major of the 652nd Regional Support Group, left, and Col. Erica Herzog, the commander of the 652nd RSG, case the unit colors during  the Relief in Place/Transfer of Authority ceremony July 8 in the hangar of the Powidz Air Base, Powidz, Poland. During the ceremony, the 652nd RSG, an Army Reserve unit out of Helena, Montana, transferred authority of the 11 base camps they conducted base operations for across Poland to the 297th RSG, a National Guard unit from Alaska. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Master Sgt. Ryan Matson, 652nd Regional Support Group)
July 13, 2020 - The 652nd Regional Support Group took a big step in wrapping up their 10-month deployment to Poland on Wednesday when they held a Relief in Place/Transfer of Authority ceremony at Powidz Air Base in Powidz, Poland.

Dream team in Poland gets the job done
Drawsko Pomorskie mayor cell team is posing together in the woods outside of base camp.  Led by Capt. Jocelynn Oliver, this team of seven is part of the 652nd Regional Support Group, a U.S. Army Reserve unit out of Helena, Montana. The RSG is responsible for providing life-sustaining operations on a military base. This includes every facet of Soldier life, from billeting to laundry and the dining facility.
July 10, 2020 - After a year overseeing the facilities at Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area — the site of one of the largest military exercises in Poland in recent history — Capt. Jocelynn Oliver’s mayor cell team has grown as tight as the fabric that holds one of the tents on camp together. It took a lot of work along the way.

Army Reserve unit improves quality of life for NATO troops
Members of mayor cell stationed in Bemowo Piskie, Poland pose by the historic landmark on their base.  BPTA is a NATO base located in the eastern part of Poland.  652nd Regional Support Group, a U.S. Army Reserve Unit out of Helena, Montana, 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 12, 2020 - Of the 11 Polish base camps the 652nd Regional Support Group supports, Bemowo Piskie Training Area is perhaps the most unique. BPTA is the allied Soldier’s eastern most base, and furthest away from the other Soldiers stationed in Poland. It is different from the others because it houses over 1,200 NATO forces from seven different countries. A cross-cultural, diverse base like that requires a talented mayor cell team to provide base operations support.

The rest of the team: Linguists major part of mission at Poland base camps
The members of the Powidz Air Base 652nd Regional Support Group mayor cell linguist team stand together for a photo June 3 at the Powidz Air Base (from left): Hubert Werner, Tomasz Wisnewski, Marek Wisnewski and Grzegorz Czaplicki. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Master Sgt. Ryan C. Matson, 652nd Regional Support Group)
June 5, 2020 - For the past eight months, the 652nd Regional Support Group have been busy running the day-to-day operations of 11 base camps throughout the country of Poland. They have not been alone. Each mayor cell – the 652nd’s team of Soldiers who manage each base camp – has said that aside from the Soldier’s on the team, the unofficial final member of their team has been their Polish linguists.

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.

Swietoszow mayor cell team works to set up deluxe Morale Welfare and Recreation center
U.S. Army Reserve 1st Lt. Matthew Harper, from Cocoa, Florida,  the mayor of the Swietoszow mayor cell, left, and U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Levi Proctor, from Missoula, Montana, the deputy mayor, both with the 652nd Regional Support Group, out of Helena, Montana, share a laugh December 18 at the Swietoszow base camp. The two Soldiers are responsible for running the mayor cell and heading base operations in Swietoszow. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Master Sgt. Ryan Matson, 652nd Regional Support Group)
May 12, 2020 - The small base camp on Swietoszow, Poland, may only be home to a couple hundred Soldiers, but this didn’t stop Sgt. Levi Proctor and 1st Lt. Matthew Harper from making it as comfortable as possible.

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.
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