LTG Charles D Luckey talks about the incompatibility of extremist groups and service in America's Army Reserve. New version has direction for commanders--including holding Soldiers accountable.
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.
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)
Personnel Services Brigade Bids Farewell to Commander: History Made During Tenure
Col. Janene Marshall-Gatling (left), outgoing 4th Brigade (Personnel Services) commander, is all smiles upon receiving a farewell gift from the Soldiers of the 4th Brigade (PS) during the unit’s change of command ceremony. The ceremony was held on Victory Field at Fort Jackson, S.C., July 11, 2020. Marshall-Gatling served as the 4th Brigade (PS) commander for two years prior to her relinquishment of command to Col. Aaron Wilkes. (U.S. Army Reserve photo courtesy of 1st Lt. Matthew Rutledge, 4th Brigade (PS), 94th TD-FS)
Sept. 16, 2020 - Leaders who embark upon the unique yet challenging position of commanding Soldiers undergo one of their military career's most demanding and rewarding endeavors. Leading future generations of our nation's servicemen and women is a commendable milestone.

Two Army Reserve Soldiers Take Instructing to the Mastery Level
Sgt. 1st Class Lynwood Owens showcased his instructing expertise and demonstrated why he deserved to earn the master instructor title when he appeared before the 1st Brigade (Quartermaster), 94th Training Division – Force Sustainment's first virtual master instructor selection board. Owens is one of two Army Reserve Soldiers who appeared before the board.
Aug. 31, 2020 - A teacher is the cornerstone for a student’s learning. In the Army Reserve, an instructor plays the position of teacher and works to shape a Soldier’s future. So it is only fitting that there are echelons to recognize the hard work that goes into training the next generation of combat-ready Soldiers.

Engineer Center of Excellence at Fort Hunter Liggett
Sgt. Nathan Johnson, 649th Regional Support Group, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; and Spc. Jordan Barnett, 947th Engineer Company, Montrose, Colorado, learning how to construct a rebar flat. Johnson is a 15H Aircraft Pneudraulics Repairer reclassifying as a 12W Carpentry and Masonry Specialist. He chose this MOS to be with a unit closer to home. Barnett is a 12N Horizontal Construction Engineer to a 12W because his unit is switching from a horizontal to vertical engineer unit. They are enjoying the course and appreciate the instructors’ wealth of knowledge.
Aug. 21, 2020 - The stars have lined up to make Fort Hunter Liggett an Engineer Center of Excellence. It helps that the 80th Training Command (TASS) and the 102nd Training Division’s commanding generals, as well as the post commander, are all engineer officers. FHL and the U.S. Army Reserve engineer program will make history by hosting several new engineer skills courses to expedite training for Soldiers.

Master Sgt. Tew Wins TRADOC Army Reserve Instructor of the Year 2020
Master Sgt. Ericka Tew (left), Master Leader Course manager for the 83rd U.S. Army Reserve Readiness Training Center, teaches a class at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Tew was recently selected as the Reserve winner in the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Instructor of the Year for 2020. (Courtesy photo)
Aug. 12, 2020 - For some people, winning seems to come naturally. Lately, Master Sgt. Ericka Tew, of the 83rd U.S. Army Reserve Readiness Training Center, has been on a hot streak, winning the 80th Training Command (The Army School System) Instructor of the Year, then the U.S. Army Reserve IOY, and most recently the Reserve category of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command IOY for 2020.

No Ceremony, No Problem: Leadership and Listening Rules for New Commander
An instructor assigned to a brigade within the 94th Training Division - Force Sustainment checks the temperature of students attending a course at Fort Hood, Texas, May 6-22, 2020. For the 2nd Brigade (Transportation), 94th TD-FS new commander, Lt. Col. Eddie Smith is more focused on Soldiers and their well being versus a a change of command ceremony.
July 22, 2020 - A ceremony does not define a leader, and Lt. Col. Eddie Smith, the new commander for the 2nd Brigade (Transportation Corps), 94th Training Division – Force Sustainment, understood this when he recently stepped into the brigade's top leadership position without the standard change of command ceremony because of the stringent requirements of COVID-19.
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