Army Reserve Observer Controller Trainers helped train Soldiers to ensure they're prepared to aid in the Defense Support to Civilian Authorities mission. (U.S. Army Reserve video by Sgt. Vontrae Hampton).
Lt. Gen. R. Scott Dingle, the Surgeon General of the Army and Commanding General, Army Medical Command, and Maj. Gen. Jonathan Woodson, Commanding General of Army Reserve Medical Command, speak to the accomplishments and skills they observed in the Candidates for the Expert Field Medical Badge held at Fort McCoy, Wis., May 12-22, 2021. The Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB) is one of the most difficult and prestigious Army special skill badges to earn. This award ceremony marks the completion of the inaugural EFMB qualification course for the Army Reserve Medical Command.
Command Sgt. Maj. Andrew Lombardo, Command Sergeant Major of U.S. Army Reserve, speaks about the first U.S. Army Reserve conducted Expert Field Medical Badge event held May 10-22, 2021 at Fort McCoy.
Soldiers from the 7354th Veterinarian Detachment of Aurora, Colorado partner with volunteers from the Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue for a drive up animal clinic, May 8, in Belcourt, North Dakota as part of the Innovative Readiness Training program of the Department of Defense. Innovative Readiness Training builds mutually beneficial civil-military partnerships between US communities and the Department of Defense. Active, Guard, and Reserve units and individual Service members from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines participate in several IRT partnerships every year strengthen the bond between American citizens and the US military.
Sgt. Austin Birky, an Army Reserve dental assistant from Logan, Utah, shares his thoughts about the 2021 AR-MEDCOM Best Warrior Competition.
Spc. Branden Howard, an Army Reserve dental assistant from East St. Louis, Illinois, shares his thoughts about what the Best Warrior Competition means to him.
Warrior Medics, we are being challenged by an enemy that is a threat to our force. That enemy is suicide. Soldiers are dying and their families are suffering. The Army Reserve family is experiencing an alarming increase in Soldier suicides and we need to stop the loss of valuable lives. This year we have faced unanticipated challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic and widespread civil unrest. It is a difficult time for everyone. Every member of our team needs to pause. We need to assure we are actively listening to those we serve with every day and we also need to reach out to those we do not see regularly.
Command Sgt. Maj. Robert Boudnik and Sgt. 1st Class Joshua Nash discuss the upcoming Expert Field Medical Badge Event hosted by Army Reserve Medical Command at Fort McCoy, WI. this spring. U.S. Army Reserve medical Soldiers have an opportunity to demonstrate their skills and earn the coveted badge! #WarriorMedics #ArmyMedicine #USAGMcCoy #USArmyReserve
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Mountain Medic 22 exercise embodies total force construct, ends successfully
U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Shannon Simon, center, 5-159 General Support Aviation Battalion critical care flight paramedic, uses a training mannequin to instruct a class on the use of ventilators during exercise Mountain Medic at Fort Carson, Colorado, Aug. 19, 2022. Exercise participants were divided into three classes to learn the differences in the way the Army Reserve and Air Force Reserve administer patient care. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Justin Norton)
Sept. 14, 2022 - Exercise Mountain Medic 22 wrapped up a few weeks ago after successfully incorporating multiple branches of military, several key players and both Army and Air Force aircraft in Colorado Springs, Aug. 16-26, 2022...

Medical care changing on the battlefield
U.S. Army Reserve Cpl. Hunter Collins, 7243rd Medical Support Unit, conducts an evaluation on a patient as part of the Patient Care Augmentation Detachment assessment at exercise Global Medic on Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Aug. 15, 2022. The Medical Readiness Training Command conducts Exercise Global Medic as part of the Army Reserve Medical Command's larger mission to provide trained, equipped and combat ready units and medical personnel to support the total force on the battlefields of today and tomorrow. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Spc. Dean Do)
Aug. 19, 2022 - Four medical professionals volunteered to continue the experimental assessment of the Prolonged Care Augmentation Detachment, a concept being assessed by Army Futures Command while participating in Global Medic 22-02, Aug...

Canine care part of Global Medic training event
FORT MCCOY, WI -- U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Trevor McCarson (left),
U.S. Army Reserve Capt. Gaby Shrader (right), with the 422nd Medical Detachment of Veterinary Services, based in Rockville, Md., explain the capabilities of a TraumaFX medical training aid during Global Medic Combat Support Training Exercise (CSTX) 86-22-02, Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Aug. 11, 2022. CSTX 86-22-02 is a training exercise to empower leaders by implementing hands-on training and scenarios.
Climates. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Megan Fischer)
Aug. 15, 2022 - As the Army continues to evolve, Soldiers train to meet new standards to better serve the joint force capability and provide the credible land-combat power necessary for modern deterrence and decisive victory...

One U.S. Army Reserve Soldier Killed, Nine Injured in Lightning Strike
Sgt. 1st Class Michael D. Clark, an operating room specialist assigned to 933rd Forward Resuscitative Surgical Company, 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support), succumbed to injuries he sustained from the lightning strike. Clark, 41, a native of Springfield, Mass., served in the Army and U.S. Army Reserve for more than 22 years, deploying four times in support of operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
July 21, 2022 - It is with great sadness that the U.S. Army Reserve confirms that on July 20th, one U.S. Army Reserve Soldier was killed and nine others sustained injuries associated with a lightning strike at Training Area 26 on Fort...

Army Reserve medics train with special effects makeup
Army Reserve Spc. Noely Mendez (right), a combat medic assigned to 2nd Medical Brigade, applies special effects makeup to Spc. James Reiana, in order for fellow Soldiers to practice medical treatment techniques during Exercise Global Medic at Fort Hunter Liggett, California, June 13. The Medical Readiness Training Command conducts Exercise Global Medic as part of the Army Reserve Medical Command's larger mission to provide trained, equipped combat ready units and medical personnel to support the total force on the battlefields of today and tomorrow. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Pfc. Britton Spencer)
June 23, 2022 - U.S. Army Reserve medical personnel from several commands prepare for casualty scenarios during the Global Medic training event on Fort Hunter Liggett in California, June 13, 2022...
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