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.
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."
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.
206th Digital Liaison Detachment ensures training with U.S.-South Korea command a success
The 206th Digital Liaison Detachment (DLD), attending members photographed on 24 April 2022, joined the 2501st DLD (not shown) for CCPT 22.1 in a mission of interoperability with ROK partners. Photo by Capt. Kerry Paz, 206th DLD Intel Chief
May 20, 2022 - The 206th Digital Liaison Detachment (DLD) expanded the liaison capacity of the 2501st DLD in Combined Command Post Training (CCPT) 22.1, an U.S.–Republic of Korea (ROK) exercise from 10-29 April...

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,...

335th Signal Command launches LIGHTNINGWERX Innovation Cell
Col. Eric Rahman, 505th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade commander, is helping the 335th Theatre Signal Command drive modernization by creating an innovation cell within his brigade dubbed “LIGHTNINGWERX,” which is designed for its’ own Soldiers to drive readiness through innovation. Much of what will be focused on centers around the ability to parse through and bridge data, creating sustainable solutions to decades old workflow problems. The intent of LIGHTNINGWERX is to help the commanders within the 335th SC (T) footprint to use data science and cloud technologies, along with AI/ML, to drive modernization that makes a more ready force.
May 19, 2022 - Col. Eric Rahman, 505th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade commander, is helping the 335th Signal Command (Theater) drive modernization by creating an innovation cell within the brigade dubbed “LIGHTNINGWERX,” which is designed...

Fort McCoy holds ribbon-cutting for completed FY 2019-funded barracks project
Fort McCoy's Senior Commander Maj. Gen. Darrell Guthrie, who’s also the 88th Readiness Division commanding general, provides remarks May 18, 2022, during a special ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the new fiscal year 2019-funded barracks at Fort McCoy, Wis. Fort McCoy’s senior leadership, state and federal representatives and staffers, and dozens of installation community members as well as several local media representatives celebrated the opening and participated in the ceremony. A $20.6 million contract was awarded to L.S. Black Constructors, Inc., in September 2019 to build the barracks, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Resident Office at Fort McCoy which managed the project. The barracks, which is built in the 1600 block on the Fort McCoy cantonment area, is different than traditional barracks that are located throughout the installation. This new building is four stories and is able to house 400 people in approximately 60,000 square feet. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.)
May 19, 2022 - Fort McCoy’s senior leadership, state and federal representatives and staffers, and dozens of installation community members as well as several local media representatives celebrated the opening of the first new multi-million...

76th ORC's task force puts unit training to test during Vibrant Response
Capt. David Flores from the 455th Chemical Brigade based in Sloan, Nevada completed his daily brief slides on May 13 in Salt Lake City, Utah at Camp W.G. Williams. Flores worked as the Task Force Ops liaison between Task Force 76 and his unit who was participating in the exercise at Fort Carson, Colorado. Vibrant Response 22 is an annual training exercise that took place from May 5-13 at Camp W.G. Williams, Utah and Fort Carson, Colorado, conducted by U.S. Northern Command and led by U.S. Army North, testing Task Force 76, and Army Reserve command’s ability to respond on short notice to a natural or man-made disaster.
May 18, 2022 - It’s the type of military training a unit hopes to never have to use in real life. But, during exercise Vibrant Response 22, an Army Reserve Command responded to a fictional nuclear attack on a major metropolitan city,...
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