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Psychological Operations Calls on Different Set of Weapons
Graduates of the 80th Training Command PSYOP class receive regimental crest pins at the end of their field exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett, California, Feb. 6, 2019.

Civilian role players at Fort Hunter Liggett help the PSYOP students learn to negotiate the difficult terrain of cultural, social and political differences as they try to ally the factions in a way beneficial to American interests. This scenario in the 80th Training Command's PSYOP class had a small-town American feel as they ironed out disagreements in the Town Hall meeting at the end of the scenario.
June 11, 2019 - Fort Hunter Liggett’s United States Army Reserve 80th Training Command Psychological Operations (PSYOP) course provides realistic scenarios to teach Soldiers and Marines how to negotiate the difficult terrain of cultural, social and political differences when they deploy to other countries. The 4-week course is for those reclassifying for a new military occupational skill (MOS). Key skill sets taught are information-gathering and face-to-face communications.

94th Division Command Sergeant Major Retires: Makes History during Tenure
Command Sgt. Maj. Sharon Campbell, outgoing 94th Training Division-Force Sustainment command sergeant major, is presented with her Certificate of Retirement by Brig. Gen. Stephen Iacovelli, 94th TD-FS commanding general during the unit’s change of responsibility ceremony at Fort Lee’s Army Logistics University Bunker Hall. The ceremony bid farewell to Command Sgt. Maj. Sharon Campbell on Mar. 10, 2019 after her tenure as at the 94th TD-FS command sergeant major and retirement from the Army after 38-years of service to her country, welcoming Command Sgt. Maj. Anthony Simpson as the new unit command sergeant major. (Photo by Maj. Ebony Gay, 94th TD-FS Public Affairs Office)
May 15, 2019 - FORT LEE, Va. - Carrying out a command sergeant major tenure is thought of as one of the most challenging endeavors bestowed upon our nation’s senior non-commissioned officers. It is another milestone and journey of its own for one to see his or her military career through until retirement. For one senior leader, an impactful military career would come to fruition.

They Have Arrived: Joint Light Tactical Vehicles Training Officially Kicks Off at Fort McCoy
Army Reserve instructors from the 94th Training Division, 80th Training Command taught the very first class of students in the Operators New Equipment Training course for the U.S. Army's new Joint Light Tactical Vehicle at the JLTV Training Center on Fort McCoy, Wisconsin May 6 to 11, 2019.   Photo by U.S. Army Master Sgt. Benari Poulten, 80th Training Command (TASS).
May 15, 2019 - The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle has rolled off the assembly line, and Army Reserve instructors with the 94th Training Division – Force Sustainment were the first to begin training Soldiers on the Army’s newest vehicle in the first JLTV Operator New Equipment Training here May 6-11, 2019.

83rd ARRTC welcomes new commander
Incoming 83rd U.S. Army Reserve Readiness Training Center commander Col. Steven Egan passes the unit's colors to Command Sgt. Maj. Edward Roderiques, signifying the transfer of command from former commander Col. Kathleen Porter, during a ceremony at Waybur Theater May 3. (Photo Credit: Renee Rhodes, Fort Knox Visual Information )
May 6, 2019 - Col. Kathleen Porter, 83rd U.S. Army Reserve Readiness Training Center commander, relinquished command to Col. Steven Egan during a change of command ceremony at Fort Knox's Waybur Theater May 3. 

A Son Never Forgets
Staff Sgt. William Jacobson, a small group leader instructor/writer and combat medic advanced leader course coordinator of the 5th Brigade (Health Services), 94th Training Division-Force Sustainment, demonstrates how to apply a leg tourniquet during the 80th Training Command (TASS) Instructor of the Year Competition at Fort Knox, Kentucky, October 18-21, 2018. The competition was held at the installation’s Boudinot Hall where Jacobson outperformed 20 competitors to claim the title as the 2018 80th TC IOY. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Elizabeth Breckenkamp)
May 3, 2019 - “A son never forgets.” You may recall this line from the movie “Men of Honor,” based on the true story of the late Master Chief Boatswain’s Mate Carl Maxie Brashear, the first African-American master diver and master chief in the United States Navy. Following in his father’s footsteps, U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 4 Phillip Maxie Brashear also never forgets.

Major General Bruce E. Hackett
Commanding General

Command Sergeant Major Dennis J. Thomas
Command Sergeant Major

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