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Each year from September 15 to October 15, the U.S. Army Reserve reflects upon and celebrates the tremendous contributions of Hispanic Americans in building our great nation. Hispanics have an honorable record of military service, dating all the way back to the Revolution, and we are proud of their significant contributions to the United States and the Army.
September is Suicide Prevention Month and this year’s theme, “Connect to Protect — Support is Within Reach,” will aid the Army in increasing awareness of the warning signs of those at-risk and enhance understanding of the characteristics of suicidal ideation and coping mechanisms. Find this year's Suicide Prevention Campaign 2021 Proclamation, signed by Army Reserve leadership, on the Suicide Prevention Resources page linked below.
National Preparedness Month (NPM) is an observance each September to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time. The 2021 theme is “Prepare to Protect. Preparing for disasters is protecting everyone you love.”
Army Reserve Soldiers, Civilians, and Families: I am 12 Battle Assemblies into leading this exceptional team of Soldiers and Civilians. So far, it has been quite a journey. As we continue to shape tomorrow, here are some observations and thoughts regarding the challenges we faced and my intent for the way ahead.
Today's Army Reserve covers more than 20 time zones across five continents. Our people are the most important weapon system in accomplishing the mission, ensuring units are ready and capable to deliver victory. Our Soldiers are mentally tough, with a desire to serve their country now, and lead troops into the fight of tomorrow. In an every-changing landscape of both visible and invisible threats, we stand ready to defeat our enemies, anytime, anywhere. Modernization drives our ability to support operations in the multi-domain environment. We will mobilize rapidly with the right capabilities to win the future fight. America's Army Reserve is ready now, shaping tomorrow.

If you are a U.S. Army Reserve Soldier, please look for an email from the UNUM platform to your Army enterprise email account. Please forward the survey link to your Spouse, and participate in the Family Programs Soldier and Family Quality of Life Survey.

The survey will be used to help determine if changes are needed in policy and resourcing pertaining to Army Reserve Soldiers and Family members' entitlements and quality of life needs. Participate and make a difference.

 


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Indo-Pacific Army Reserve Officer Completes Prestigious Naval War College

Indo-Pacific Army Reserve officer completes prestigio...

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Sep. 17, 2021

Although she takes life as it comes, Lt. Col. Suzanne Rodriguez does not do anything halfway. Rodriguez, who currently serves as the deputy chief of...
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U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers with the 773rd Civil Support Team, 7th Mission Support Command, based out of Kaiserslautern, Germany, prepare to take samples of a chemical substance during a training scenario mission held at exercise Toxic Valley 2021 in Zemianske Kostoľany, Slovakia, Sept. 14, 2021. Toxic Valley is a Slovac Armed Forces-led live agent chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear exercise that provides training for multinational military CBRN units stationed throughout Europe. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Master Sgt. Joy Dulen, 7th Mission Support Command)

Reserve CBRN Soldiers tackle Toxic Valley

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Sep. 17, 2021

U.S. Soldiers in Europe who specialize in the chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear military occupation don't often get the chance to train in...
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84th Training Command Recognizes Hispanic Heritage Month

84th Training Command Recognizes Hispanic Heritage Month

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Sep. 17, 2021

The 84th Training Command honors and celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month. Hispanic Americans have a long-intertwined history with the U.S...
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COVID-19 vaccination

Army announces implementation of mandatory vaccines f...

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Sep. 15, 2021

The Army outlined its plan today to fully comply with the Secretary of Defense’s order requiring all Service members to be fully vaccinated against...
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Relationships, connections and support critical to preventing suicide

Relationships, connections and support critical to pr...

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Sep. 15, 2021

Challenges created by the pandemic have left many feeling stressed and isolated. During times like these, relationships and interpersonal connections...
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Chicago’s 55th Annual Steuben Parade honors Maj. Scott D. Hager, company commander for the Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 85th USARSC, as the honorary parade Grand Marshall during the Saturday parade September 11, 2021.

Chicago’s 2021 Steuben Parade honors U.S. Army Reserv...

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Sep. 15, 2021

U.S. Army Reserve Maj. Scott D. Hager, Commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 85th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command, with the 85th USARSC...
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Secretary of the Army

Independent entity to oversee sexual assault cases in...

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Sep. 15, 2021

To better protect Soldiers from sexual harassment and assault, the Army will establish an office designed to make decisions to take action on such...
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Guidry assumes 86th Training Division command

Guidry assumes 86th Training Division command

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Sep. 14, 2021

Brig. Gen. Robert E. Guidry assumed command of the 86th Training Division in a ceremony at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Sept. 11.Prior to accepting the 86th...
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Soldiers, Civilians and Families are the centerpiece of our efforts to stay ready and evolve. Ready and resilient Soldiers, capable leaders, cohesive teams, strong families, and supportive employers are the key to a ready and capable Army Reserve. -LT. GEN. JODY J. DANIELS, chief of Army Reserve and commanding general, U.S. Army Reserve Command