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Warriors come from different backgrounds and upbringings. There is no formula or outside force that creates a Warrior. It purely comes from within. They make peace with unsteady ground and ride in the direction of challenge and adversity to face it head on. The tools, weapons and wars over the years may have changed, but the spirit of a Warrior hasn't. Video done with help from U.S. Army Reserve Capt. James Kim, 364th ESC
Serve the country part time in the U.S. Army Reserve. You see me everyday. I’m your doctor. Your Teacher. Your Neighbor. We are professionals, experts, and the future. You can fulfill your purpose, in the Army Reserve. Come join our team. Video by Tim Yao #armyreserve #usarmarketing #usarbest #usarmyreserve #military #parttime #army #goarmy #nationalguard #community #airborne #college #highereducation #tradeschool #armyfilmmaker #dualpursuits #JodyDaniels
CPT Thais Ridgeway shares her journey serving part-time in the Army Reserve, and how everyone has a unique civilian background, many of which you don't know serve in the military when they go about their daily lives. Part of the “Dual Pursuits” video series featuring diverse Army Reserve Soldiers and their unique paths to service.
SGT Edward Solis pursues his civilian career, while still serving in the U.S. Army Reserve. After his time on Active Duty, Ed learned about the benefits of the Army Reserve during his time in the Inactive Ready Reserve (IRR). With more flexibility in the Reserve, Ed experiences the best of both worlds. Video By Tim Yao
Soldier triumphs in test of will, wins Army Reserve Career Counselor of the Year
Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Cox accepts his award for winning the 2024 Army Reserve Career Counselor of the year from Army Reserve Careers Group Commander Col. Marshall Scantlin and Command Sgt. Maj. Samuel Stroud at the Samuel Adams Brewpub at Fort Knox, Ky., May 9. Cox will be recognized at the Association of the U.S. Army’s Annual meeting in October. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Derick Call)
May 20, 2024 - U.S. Army Reserve career counselor Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Cox, assigned to 10th Battalion, Army Reserve Careers Group, won the Army Reserve Career Counselor of the Year Competition at Fort Knox, Kentucky, May...

Career counselors ‘focus the eyes’ of Soldiers
Maj. Gen. Gene. J. LeBeouf, deputy commanding general for Army Reserves Command, leads in applauding Maj. Julie Fishon and Sgt. 1st Class Craig Pienkoski, after they received awards during the Active Component to Reserve Component training held in the Soldier Support Institute’s auditorium, March 5, 2024.
March 15, 2024 - Career counselors, especially those for the Army Reserves, hold an important mission for the entire force.Counselors from across the Army attended Active Component to Reserve Component training at Fort Jackson, March 5-6...

Army raises number of ACASP reserve careers
An Army Reserve Soldier speaks to potential recruits about military career opportunities in Puerto Rico. The Army Reserve recently increased the number of career fields of the Army Civilian Acquired Skills Program. Through the ACASP, civilian recruits are rewarded for their experience with a higher rank and pay. (Photo by Sgt. Halayla Vega)
Oct. 18, 2023 - The Army will now provide incentives for more skilled, experienced civilians who join the Army Reserve.The service recently expanded the number of certifiable, reserve career fields in the Army Civilian Acquired Skills...

U.S. Army Recruiting Command welcomes new deputy commanding officers
(U.S. Army photo by Lara Porrier)
Sept. 7, 2023 - U.S. Army Recruiting Command staff said farewell to both deputy commanding generals and welcomed their new deputy commanding officers during a dual transition ceremony here, Aug. 31, 2023...

Grand Prairie-based Army Reserve unit holds Soldier’s memorial
March 21, 2023 - The 12th Battalion, Army Reserve Careers Group held a memorial service Thursday, Feb. 16, 2023, for an Army Reserve Soldier at the Grand Prairie Armed Forces Reserve Complex. The unit’s Soldiers honored Master Sgt. Jason R...

Army Reserve career counselors are a ready resource
Capt. Rose McCann, team chief, 1st Regiment, 338th Training Support Battalion, administers the Oath of Reenlistment to Sgt. Zachary Shearer on Feb. 4, 2023, Fort McCoy, Wis. (U.S. Army photo by Cheryl Phillips)
Feb. 22, 2023 - There are a few touchpoints in a Soldier’s Army Reserve career when they must decide whether to re-enlist. Along that road, Soldiers talk to their Army Reserve career counselor...

Army Reserve career counselors prep for new year
U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. 1st Class Stephen M. Cox (left), the area five leader and career counselor, assigned to the Army Reserve Careers Group, 9th Battalion, briefs career counselors on the expected fiscal year 2023 reenlistment mission for their area of responsibility at an Armed Forces Reserve Center on Fort Sheridan, Ill, Oct. 4, 2022. Having an inclusive culture where everyone is a valued member of the team will help us focus on what’s truly important, the people within the organization. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Carlos J. Garcia)
Oct. 18, 2022 - U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers assigned as career counselors to Army Reserve Careers Group, 9th Battalion, stationed near Fort Sheridan, Illinois, attend the first area five meeting and mission brief for fiscal year 2023...

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Colonel Marshall Straus Scantlin
Commander, Army Reserve Careers Group

Command Sgt. Maj. Samuel D. Stroud
Command Sergeant Major, Army Reserve Careers Group

Brad P. Luebbert
Deputy, Army Reserve Careers Group

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Travis L. Baty
Senior Chief Warrant Officer, U.S. Army Reserve Careers Group

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