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Life in the Army Reserve is about caring for our people, on- and off-duty. We must consider the impacts the working and living environments have on Army personnel and take action to ensure our communities are free of hazards.
Since its establishment in 1775, U.S. Army Soldiers, families and Army Civilians have supported our nation, bearing true faith and allegiance to the country, the U.S. Constitution, the Army, their units and fellow team members.
In June, the Army Reserve recognizes LGBTQ service members and civilians for their service to the Army and the nation. Pride Month is a nationally recognized observance celebrating the LGBTQ community, its advocates and allies by promoting community, unity and pride. The selfless and dedicated service of LGBTQ Army Reserve Soldiers and Civilians make our military stronger and the nation safer.
Jeff Wasson is a father, a lawyer, a coach, and a soldier in the U. S. Army Reserve. SPC Wasson shares why he chose to join the Army Reserve, and how that has impacted his personal life and his career. Choosing the Army Reserve allows him to continue doing all the things he loves to do, while starting a legacy of service for his son.
The Office of Personnel Management Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey is administered to employees of Departments and large agencies and the small/independent agencies that accept an invitation to participate in the survey. All non-political, non-contractor Army employees onboard as of Nov. 30, 2023, are eligible. Employees receive the survey via direct email from OPM.
Today’s Army Reserve covers more than 20 time zones, across 5 continents. Our people bring their purpose and passion to employers in communities across the entire globe. Now, more than ever, America needs a powerful and resilient force, ready to deliver vital capabilities In an ever-changing landscape of both visible and invisible threats, we stand ready, to defeat our enemies, any time, anywhere. America’s Army Reserve is ready now, shaping tomorrow.

LATEST STORIES
Army Reserve infantry unit participates in Joint Pacific Multinational Readiness Center-Exportable (JPMRC-X) in the Philippines

Army Reserve infantry unit participates in Joint Pacific Multinational R...


In the heart of Fort Magsaysay, Philippines, U.S. Army Soldiers from Echo Company, 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd Infantry...
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Maj. Gen. Eugene J. LeBouef, right, Deputy Commanding General, United States Army Reserve Command, hands the Command Colors to Brig. Gen. Michael Shanley, center, during the 85th U.S Army Reserve Support Command Assumption of Command ceremony, June 7, 2024, at the Arlington Heights Army Reserve Center.

Chicagoland area welcomes a new commanding general


An 11-gun salute welcomed the new commanding general for the 85th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command, Friday morning, June 7, 2024.
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From simulation to situation: Realistic medical training for combat

From simulation to situation: Realistic medical training for combat


Stepping into the field hospital, patient demands and medics’ orders meld together, creating a cacophony of urgent noise. The...
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From green fields to Army greens: Personal and professional development through service

From green fields to Army greens: Personal and professional development ...


With every individual joining the armed forces comes a unique story.People from all backgrounds bring a new perspective and skills...
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Army Reserve colonel returns to hometown high school as commencement speaker

Army Reserve colonel returns to hometown high school as commencement spe...


The 2024 graduating class of Escambia County High School received a special honor this year as U.S. Army Reserve Col. Gerry...
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New religious institute director receives first star

New religious institute director receives first star


Chaplain (Brig. Gen.) Charles M. Causey, the new Institute for Religious Leadership director and deputy chief of the chaplains for...
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Fort McCoy employee, Army Reserve Soldier saves family from house fire

Fort McCoy employee, Army Reserve Soldier saves family from house fire


Tyler Griffith, a heavy mobile equipment repair leader with the 88th Readiness Division’s Equipment Concentration Site-67 at Fort...
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Lt. Col. Cassidy Dauby, Battalion Commander, 2-346th Training Support Battalion, Camp Shelby, Mississippi, talks with Capt. John Lombardo, Bravo Company, 2-156th Infantry Battalion, Louisiana National Guard, New Iberia, Louisiana, as trucks transport Soldiers to a location during XCTC 24-01.

Crossing Continents: Army Reserve officer commutes to the USA for weeken...


Many Army Reserve Soldiers have a relatively short commute to their weekend battle training assembly, but for one Army Reserve...
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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