7th Psychological Operations Group

Command Sgt. Maj. Andrew Lombardo, U.S. Army Reserve Command, speaks about the changes and implementation of the new ACFT 2.0. The U.S. Army challenges all Soldiers to pass the ACFT at the gold standard. The ACFT will strengthen our fitness culture, reduce injuries, and increase Army readiness. COVID19 has had an enormous impact on our nation and on our Soldiers. Leadership has assessed the situation and adjusted our implementation of the ACFT across the force. As a result of that assessment, we now introduce ACFT “2.0,” which will physically prepare us all for combat. ACFT 2.0 is the Army’s continuous effort to assess and evolve the ACFT by reviewing its scoring standards and alternate events. Performance data will continue to inform modifications and updates over the next few years. The Army Reserve will remain open and transparent in our scoring standards. When changes are implemented, we will provide appropriate training guidance in our doctrine. For now, no adverse administrative actions will be taken against a Soldier for failing the ACFT. This guidance is in place at least through 31 March 2022.
Maj. Gen. A.C. Roper, deputy commanding general U.S. Army Reserve, talks about the value of life of every U.S. Army Reserve Soldier and the importance of reflectively listening to the concerns and needs of others.

MISSION 

7th Psychological Operations (PSYOP) Group conducts Military Information Support Operations (MISO) during all operational phases ISO NORTHCOM, PACOM and SOUTHCOM IOT influence the behavior of selected target audiences (TA) in support of Geographic Combatant Commands (GCC) and their subordinate commands’ objectives.

U.S. Army Reserve civil affairs battalions realign; enhances the 353rd Civil Affairs Command European mission
In a move to meet current and future operational demands, the 353rd Civil Affairs Command transitions its U.S. Africa Command civil affairs support and command relationship responsibilities to the 352nd CACOM and will focus its two brigades on civil affairs military operations in the U.S. European Command area of operations beginning October 1, 2021.
Oct. 12, 2021 - In a move to meet current and future operational demands, the 353rd Civil Affairs Command transitions its U.S. Africa Command civil affairs support and command relationship responsibilities to the 352nd CACOM and will focus...

Tennessee native, USACAPOC(A) Commanding General promoted to Major General
U.S. Army Reserve Maj. Gen. Jeffrey C. Coggin, Commanding General of the U.S. Army Reserve Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne), poses for his official portrait Oct. 12, 2021.
Oct. 4, 2021 - On Sept. 30, 2021, the U.S. Senate confirmed the promotion from brigadier general to major general of Tennessee native, Maj. Gen. Jeffrey C. Coggin, commanding general of the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological...

Civil affairs NCO returning from Djibouti douses airport blaze
Sgt. 1st Class Brett Johnson, douses a fire caused by an electric scooter at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Washington, District of Columbia. (Photo by Master Sgt. Mike Maglio, Company A, 443rd Civil Affairs Battalion)
Sept. 28, 2021 - Sgt. 1st Class Brett Johnson, a quick-thinking U.S. Army Reserve Soldier just back from deployment to East Africa, doused a fire at a Washington, District of Columbia, airport terminal...

Late service member’s devotion impacted unit, Soldiers, Army Reserve
Retired Sgt. 1st Class Timothy Lynn Winkler, a longtime resident of Danbury, Connecticut, died this past March at age 72 after a battle with cancer. Winkler’s career spanned more than four decades of military service, from Vietnam through Operation Enduring Freedom. From beginning to end, his professional life was ultimately committed to the Army Reserve’s mission of readiness. (Courtesy photo)
Aug. 23, 2021 - Retired Sgt. 1st Class Timothy Lynn Winkler was a man of strength and influence – yet after serving in war, being ready for the worst and hoping for the best, he also found ways to enjoy the simple things in life.Winkler, a...

All smiles: Civil Affairs Soldiers teach oral hygiene class in Djibouti
U.S. Army Sgt. Stovall Volanta, dental hygienist, Civil Affairs Functional Specialty Team, Southern European Task Force – Africa, teaches a Djiboutian girl how to brush teeth during an oral hygiene class hosted in partnership with the Association des Femmes de We’a in We’a, Djibouti, Aug. 11, 2021.



The class served to establish and reinforce proper dental health care, both informing children on how to prevent oral decay and equipping teachers with further knowledge to pass on throughout the community and future generations.



These classes are part of the Department of Defense’s Women, Peace and Security initiative, which aims to promote the safety, equality and meaningful contributions of women around the world, and positively affect local community organizations while enriching foreign relationships. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Andrew Kobialka)
Aug. 20, 2021 - On the highway westbound of Djibouti City, there is a small town filled with bright colors, rich culture and community known as We’a. As the people go about their daily lives, the young children immediately standout. They...

Col. David P. Mann
Commander, 7th Psychological Operations Group (Airborne)
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Command Sgt. Maj. Billy D. Lambert
Command Sergeant Major, 7th Psychological Operations Group (Airborne)
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