In Belcourt, North Dakota, a team of Army Reserve Medical Command Soldiers are participating in an Innovative Readiness Training event. The Soldiers are augmenting the Quentin N Burdick Memorial Healthcare Facility on the Turtle Mountain Reservation, and partnering with the Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue, to expand community access to medical and veterinary care. The Turtle Mountain community applied and was selected to participate in the Department of Defense program to support the tribal population of more than 14,000 Chippewa of the 72 square mile reservation. Innovative Readiness Training events provide mission-essential training for Active, Guard, and Reserve support personnel and units, strengthen the bond between American Citizens and the U.S. Military and contribute to American prosperity by meeting public and civil-society needs.
Soldiers from the 441st Ground Ambulance Company speak about their mission at Guardian Response 2021, Camp Atterbury, Indiana, April 2021.
Maj. Gen. Heck speaks with the command about managing stress and decompressing like a Warrior. 2020 has been a year of challenges. Make deliberate choices to take care of your individual health and welfare.
The 801st Combat Support Hospital (CSH) conducted the equipment draw for a 44-Bed Early Entry Hospital Element (EEHE), Camp Carroll, South Korea, 07-23 November 2019, to validate readiness of the APS4 fleet and rehearse reception, staging, and onward movement (RSO) tasks inherent to 8th Army’s wartime mission.
The 807TH Medical Command (Deployment Support) Operational Command Post (OCP), deployed from Fort Douglas, Utah, in support of the Department of Defense COVID-19 response. Soldiers left the masks, worn on their mission, behind to the U.S. Army Medical Museum, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The soldiers answered the question about what their masks would say if they could tell the story.
Soldiers earn Expert Field Medical Badge in second event by Army Reserve
A group of medical Soldiers lift a training aid over a wall as part of a medical skills evaluation during the Expert Field Medical Badge competition at Fort McCoy, Wis., May 11th, 2022. To qualify for the Expert Field Medical Badge, Soldiers must display a high level of competence in numerous medical tasks and skills.
May 20, 2022 - In only the second Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB) competition held by the U.S. Army Reserve, Soldiers from both active duty and Reserve units participated in the grueling two-week event from May 1-13, 2022 at Fort McCoy,...

Is the Army Reserve calling you?
Private First Class Redell Baldwin and Master Sergeant Derick Williams, soldiers from the 804th Medical Brigade, sat down with Jordan to tell him about their personal experiences in the Army Reserve and answer his questions.
April 28, 2022 - Graduating high school is a momentous achievement culminating in years of hard work and dedication. It also presents one of the most challenging questions many people will face in their life, “What do I do now?” Many high...

Wisconsin-based Army Reserve medical unit prepares for mobilization
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Melissa Sauter, assigned to the 409th Medical Company Area Support, 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support), Madison, Wis., engages a target in the kneeling supported position while attempting to qualify with her individual assigned weapon or a M4 Carbine on the individual qualification tables at Fort McCoy, Wis., April 4, 2022. The Stage One table of 40 targets includes,  artificial support, and forces Soldiers to perform positional transitions and magazine changes on their own. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Clinton Wood).
April 6, 2022 - The bang of the firing pin igniting the round through the barrel of the M-4, the echo of which caroms off the surrounding hills and trees, draws the attention of all ears in the area. The ranges at Fort McCoy are once again...

Nutrition care specialists establish, operate containerized kitchen
Master Sgt. Williams of the 394th Field Hospital prepares ground beef in a containerized kitchen during his monthly battle assembly in Seagoville, Texas, on March 6, 2022. (U.S. Army Photo by Reserve 1st. Lt. Harrison Gold.)
March 10, 2022 - Nutrition care specialists and Soldiers from the 394th Field Hospital in Seagoville, Texas kept their skills sharp by setting up, operating, and breaking down a containerized kitchen (CK) during a monthly battle assembly...

Three Army Reserve commands combine forces to train for America's worst day
A role player acting as a victim receives instructions from a Soldier at the entrance to the non-ambulatory decon tent to go through the decontamination process at the simulated exercise at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Jan. 28, 2022. The exercise is an opportunity to test and evaluate the units potentiality to complete a mission where a simulated nuclear event occurred in a major U.S. city. The mission included three main objectives handling casualties: reconnaissance, decontamination and medical treatment.
Feb. 11, 2022 - The mass confusion and aftermath of nuclear attack on American soil is a reality no one is ready and prepared to experience, with one exception; the Soldiers assigned to specialized units of the 76th Operational Response...

NCO of the Year goes above and beyond
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Artur Potus, left, and Sgt. Anthony Gershman were named the 330th Medical Brigade's Soldier of the Year and Noncommissioned Officer of the Year after the brigade's best warrior competition at Fort McCoy, Wis., Jan. 31 until Feb. 3. Spc. Raducu Pirvan was named Soldier of the Year runner up. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Clinton Wood)
Feb. 11, 2022 - Last year, Sgt. Anthony Gershman finished a few places behind the winner of the U.S. Army Reserve 330th Medical Brigade’s Best Warrior Soldier of the Year class here. This year in the competition once again held here from...

Mass casualty exercise prepares for worst case scenario
Sgt. Cory Lee, at far left, a carpentry mason by trade, but the decontamination noncommissioned officer in charge for the exercise, helps support the proper donning of the hazardous material suits, as well as the follow through of the entire decontamination process.
Feb. 10, 2022 - A bomb exploded at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It was peak hours during an event – bodies lay everywhere in disarray, confusion of the injured and fear from those nearby intensifies the scene.But through the chaos, the...

Army Reserve medical units change structure
Col. Raja Kolli, 313th Hospital Center Commander, unravels the new guidon for the unit at a ceremony conducted at Camp Rilea, Oregon on Sept. 30, 2021. The conversion and realignment of the Combat Support Hospital to Field Hospitals and Hospital Centers creates a more mobile, flexible and expeditionary medical force.
Feb. 4, 2022 - From lessons learned in Afghanistan and Iraq to an internal analysis from the Army Medical Department, transformational goals supported a decision to redesign the Combat Support Hospital (CSH) structure to a ‘plug and play’...

VIDEO: 848th FRSD enhances their medical skills
The 848th Forward Resuscitative Surgical Detachment or FRSD from Twinsburg, Ohio, is the first U.S. Army Reserve unit to complete the Strategic Readiness Trauma Center, or STaRC, trauma readiness course.
Feb. 4, 2022 - The 848th Forward Resuscitative Surgical Detachment or FRSD from Twinsburg, Ohio, is the first U.S. Army Reserve unit to complete the Strategic Readiness Trauma Center, or STaRC, trauma readiness course...

PHOTO GALLERY: Cold-Weather Operations Course at Fort McCoy
Students from several U.S. Army units and a U.S. Air Force unit head up a hill on a several-mile ruck march while wearing snowshoes to a bivouac site during the Fort McCoy, Wis. Cold-Weather Operations Course on the fort's southern training area Jan. 13, 2022. The CWOC is modeled after the Cold-Weather Leader Course taught by the Army Northern Warfare Training Center at Black Rapids, Alaska.(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Clinton Wood).
Jan. 20, 2022 - Army Reserve Soldiers were among the students participating in the Cold-Weather Operations Course at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, in January. Designed to provide units with a subject-matter expert in cold-weather operations, the...
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