87th Training Division

A 84th Training Command commercial showcasing its mission training complexes that support the development, integration, and synchronization of leader development and mission command solutions to units and Soldiers.
During the month of May, the Army Reserve recognizes members of the Asian-American and Pacific Islander population for their military and civilian service to our nation. We honor their sacrifices and celebrate their heritage because their stories are OUR stories as Americans.
In the month of May, the Army Reserve recognizes the topic of mental health and joins the effort to eliminate the stigmas and obstacles millions of Americans face when dealing with mental illness. This year, the National Alliance on Mental Illness is sharing the message of "Together for Mental Health."
Soldiers pace themselves during the two mile run event at the 87th Training Division ACFT Familiarization during their April battle assembly
Brig. Gen. Todd Lazaroski, the commanding general of the 87th Training Division, offers guidance to the 926th Engineer Brigade command team during the Mission Command Seminar prior to the execution of the Command Post Exercise Functional (CPX-F) located at Ellington Air Field, TX.
The newly activating 87th Training Division Commanding General, Brig. Gen. Todd Lazaroski, provides an introduction to this historical division and welcomes you to join the team. (Video by David Isakson, Fort Knox Visual Information) Email: usarmy.usarc.87-tsd.mbx.g1@mail.mil, or call (404) 323-8978 for more details.
Dog Face Soldiers face fears during Guardian Response
Pfc. Tyler Berkman and Sgt. Evelio Vinasco, engineers assigned to the 526th Engineer Construction Company based out of Fort Stewart, Ga, cut a slab of concrete covering an underground access hatch where a simulated injured man is trapped on May 9, 2022. The scene is part of an exercise called Guardian Response 22 held at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., and is designed to sharpen the skills, boost capabilities and improve mission readiness of U.S. Army units assigned to the Department of Defense’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Response Enterprise. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Alexandra Shea)
May 11, 2022 - Soldiers of the 526th Engineer Construction Company based out of Fort Stewart, Georgia, faced one of the American people’s worst fears, a nuclear explosion on home soil...

Working to master nuclear disaster response
U.S. Army Spc. Jessica Lopez, with the 581st Area Support Medical Company in Fort Hood, Texas, takes information from a notional patient during Guardian Response 22 , Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Indiana, May 7, 2022. Guardian Response 22 is a training exercise designed to test unit readiness and responsiveness to nuclear response scenarios. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Jermaine Jackson)
May 10, 2022 - What are your plans if a 5-ton nuclear device detonates in your city?While unlikely, the U.S. Army trains to assist communities in these worst-case scenarios and enhance mission readiness during homeland emergency response...

Community members join Army training to save lives
Jane Norman, a role player from Seymour, Ind., screams in confusion after a simulated explosion rocked the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center May 7, 2022. Norman was one of 120 role players that helped make exercise Guardian Response 22 as realistic as possible for Soldiers. Guardian Response 22 is an annual homeland emergency response exercise designed to sharpen the skills, boost capabilities and improve mission readiness of allocated U.S. Army units assigned to the Department of Defense’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Response Enterprise. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Alexandra Shea)
May 9, 2022 - Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in Indiana, a one-time asylum, is now an apocalyptic town and government training site consisting of destroyed buildings, flooded neighborhoods, wrecked cars and trains, and it hosts a series...

‘This is what we are trained to do’: Army Reserve platoon sergeant reflects on disaster attack response training
Two soldiers treat a mannequin civilian casualty after a rescue team brought the victim from inside a damaged building. The soldiers have to cut the pants of the mannequin to decontaminate before medical personnel can help.
(US Army Photo by Spc. Didlake, Brian)
May 5, 2022 - Army Reserve Soldiers from Bell, California are training for what they call “the worst day in America,” simulating how the unit would respond to a nuclear attack in the United States...

Colorado Soldiers sharpen disaster response expertise
Guardian Response 22 trains and evaluates disaster response skills in a realistic live and constructive training enviornment.
May 5, 2022 - U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from Colorado participated in a mass urban search and rescue training exercise following a mock nuclear attack during Guardian Response 22, April 28, 2022...

Brigadier General Todd M. Lazaroski
Commanding General
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Command Sergeant Major Anthony L. Simpson
Command Sergeant Major
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