Foster a mindset of teamwork, continuous learning, and growth so our Soldiers desire to continue to serve and lead. Treat one another with dignity and respect.
Position the Army Reserve for Multi-Domain Operations. Mobilize quickly and employ the necessary capabilities to win the future fight.
Master the fundamentals. Focus on junior leader development and attract new talent.
Invest in partnerships that enable Soldiers to maintain healthy dual civilian-military career progression, meaningful Army Reserve service, and strong, supportive Families and communities.
Empower subordinate leaders with authorities to successfully lead and train the Soldiers. Remove unnecessary requirements that stifle progress.
Lt. Gen. Jody J. Daniels assumed the role of Chief of Army Reserve and Commanding General, U.S. Army Reserve Command, on July 28, 2020. Daniels most recently served as the Commanding General of the 88th Readiness Division headquartered at Fort Snelling, Minn., and Fort McCoy, Wis. She has more than 37 years of active and reserve military service.
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There are times when the names and images of U.S. Army Reserve leadership have been used to fraudulently victimize or scam well-meaning people.
You will NEVER receive a personal friend request, or a request for money, from any of the U.S. Army Reserve leadership. If you are talking to someone claiming to be a current or past general officer or Command Sergeants Major from the U.S. Army Reserve leadership team on any social media platform, you are talking to an impostor.
Our social media team reports impostor accounts for removal, but we need your assistance.
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