Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey calls on U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers to "know what right looks like" and hold themselves and each other accountable, and focus on the fundamentals of Fieldcraft.
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LTG Charles D Luckey addresses concerns about the requirements for Ready Force X.
An introductory video message from Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Reinert, the new commanding general of the 88th Regional Support Command Jan. 12. Reinert took command of the 88th RSC on Dec. 4, 2015.
Chicago Army Reserve command partners with community resources to prevent suicides
Army Reserve’s suicide prevention program managers conduct break out session training with local community partners during the command’s Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training workshop, Sep. 27-28, 2018. The workshop certifies Soldiers and staff members in skills that help prevent the immediate risk of suicide. The command’s suicide prevention program manager, Carmella Navarro, along with other SPPMs across the country, coordinated the workshop for local community partners that can support people who struggle with suicidal ideations, to include Army Reserve Soldiers living within those communities. Community partners consisted of counselors, first responders, therapists and local citizens. According to Navarro, the resources that are available to an active component Soldier, on their installation, are not necessarily the same for a reserve component Soldier because of the broad and sometimes remote locations that Army Reserve Soldiers are located across the country. 

(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Anthony L. Taylor)
Oct. 16, 2018 - “Due to the nature of the Army Reserve’s mission (and location), our Soldiers rely heavily on community resources,” said Tifini Steif, Victim Advocate, 85th Support Command Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention team. “With Soldiers spread throughout cities and states, it often ‘takes a village’ to help our Soldiers.”

President Hayes honored during wreath-laying ceremony
Members of the Fremont Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2947 and Fremont American Legion Post 121 fire a 21 gun salute in honor of former President Rutherford B. Hayes during the wreath laying ceremony honoring the 19th president of the United States, October 7 in Fremont, Ohio.
Oct. 11, 2018 - Rutherford B. Hayes served as the 19th president and, along with his wife Lucy, is buried on the family grounds in this northwest Ohio town. Each year, surrounding the anniversary of his birth, Hayes is honored with a wreath presented on behalf of the current president of the United States during a ceremony hosted by the Hayes Presidential Library and Museum.

85th Army Band's vast history comes to close with inactivation ceremony
The 85th Army Band, 88th Readiness Division, plays during the reception following the 85th Army Band Inactivation Ceremony, Sept. 9, 2018 at Arlington Height, Ill. Spc. Andrew Bilgri, a tuba player in the band said he believes their comradeship among each other will be something they carry over to the 484th Army Band, which is who they will now be attached to.
Sept. 17, 2018 - The 85th Army Reserve Band officially closed a chapter of its vast history at their inactivation ceremony, September 9. Since World War II this unit has inspired and stole the hearts of soldiers and the community through its music.

Indianapolis honors the Hoosier President
Brigadier Gen. Tony L. Wright, 88th Readiness Division deputy commanding general, answers questions from members of the Central Indiana Young Marines following a wreath laying ceremony for President Benjamin Harrison at Crown Hill Cemetery, in Indianapolis, on Aug. 18, to commemorate the Hoosier President’s 185th birthday. (US Army photo by Catherine Carroll)
Aug. 20, 2018 - “Great lives do not go out, they go on.” These words were spoken by President Benjamin Harrison more than a century ago. The truth of them can be seen by the legacy he left behind and the influence it still carries to this day. Brigadier General Tony L. Wright, 88th Readiness Division deputy commanding general, represented President Donald Trump at a wreath laying ceremony for President Benjamin Harrison at Crown Hill Cemetery, in Indianapolis, on Aug. 18, to commemorate Harrison’s 185th birthday.

Ambassadors Link Army Reserve Leaders to Soldiers, Families and Communities
Mary Miller, ambassador for the state of Washington, listens during the annual Army Reserve Ambassador Workshop, at Fort Snelling, Minn., Aug. 10. (U.S. Army photo by Catherine Carroll)
Aug. 15, 2018 - The 88th Readiness Division’s Army Reserve Ambassadors Workshop provides an especially valuable venue to bridge the future needs of the Army Reserve and the current needs and concerns of Soldiers, families and communities during this almost historic time of change and progress within the Total Army Team.

Major General Patrick J. Reinert
Commanding General
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Command Sgt. Maj. Earl Rocca
88th RD Command Sergent Major
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