Fort McCoy police officer serves in two ways
Fort McCoy police officer serves in two ways
Fort McCoy police officer serves in two ways
Fort McCoy police officer serves in two ways
Fort McCoy police officer serves in two ways
Honoring Veterans to the sound of the Army Band
Army Reserve 1st Lt. Rebecca Milligan, of the Effects and Enablers Team, which is augmenting the 84th Training Command's Combat Support Training Exercise and the Army Medical Command’s Global Medic Exercise headquartered out of Fort Hunter Liggett, California, prepares “Trauma Charlie” a simulation injury mannequin used by medical professionals to train on during mass casualty scenarios on Camp Roberts, California, July 16, 2017.
Army Reserve 1st Lt. Rebecca Milligan, of the Effects and Enablers Team, which is augmenting the 84th Training Command's Combat Support Training Exercise and the Army Medical Command’s Global Medic Exercise headquartered out of Fort Hunter Liggett, California, prepares “Trauma Charlie” a simulation injury mannequin used by medical professionals to train on during mass casualty scenarios on Camp Roberts, California, July 16, 2017.
Army Reserve 1st Lt. Rebecca Milligan, of the Effects and Enablers Team, which is augmenting the 84th Training Command's Combat Support Training Exercise and the Army Medical Command’s Global Medic Exercise headquartered out of Fort Hunter Liggett, California, paints a simulated injury for medical professionals to train on during mass casualty scenarios on Camp Roberts, California, July 16, 2017.
Soldiers from the 51st Chemical Company, 83rd Battalion, stationed in Fort Stewart, Ga., decontaminate a scenario victim before he can be assessed by medics April 29, 2017, as part of Exercise Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind. Guardian Response is a multi-component training exercise run by the U.S. Army Reserve designed to validate more than 4,000 service members in Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) in the event of a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) catastrophe. This year's exercise simulated an improvised nuclear device explosion with a source region electromagnetic pulse (SREMP) out to more than four miles. The 84th Training Command is the hosting organization for this exercise, with the training operations run by the 78th Training Division, headquartered in Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. (U.S. Army Reserve Photo by Maj. Adam Weece, 206th Broadcast Operations Detachment)
Soldiers from the 51st Chemical Company 83rd Battalion stationed in Fort Stewart, Ga., complete the final stages of decontamination on a scenario victim during a simulated improvised nuclear device explosion  April 29, 2017, as part of Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind. Exercise Guardian Response is a multi-component training exercise run by the U.S. Army Reserve designed to validate more than 4,000 service members in Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) in the event of a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) catastrophe. This year's exercise simulated an improvised nuclear device explosion with a source region electromagnetic pulse (SREMP) out to more than four miles. The 84th Training Command is the hosting organization for this exercise, with the training operations run by the 78th Training Division, headquartered in Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. (U.S. Army Reserve Photo by Maj. Adam Weece, 206th Broadcast Operations Detachment)
Spc. Megan Rowley (left) and Spc.  Kristopher Fernando medics assigned to the 602nd Area Support Medical Company located at Fort Bragg, N.C., move a scenario casualty from the decontamination area to a gurney for assessment April 29, 2017, as part of  Exercise Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind. Guardian Response is a multi-component training exercise run by the U.S. Army Reserve designed to validate more than 4,000 service members in Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) in the event of a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) catastrophe. This year's exercise simulated an improvised nuclear device explosion with a source region electromagnetic pulse (SREMP) out to more than four miles. The 84th Training Command is the hosting organization for this exercise, with the training operations run by the 78th Training Division, headquartered in Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. (U.S. Army Reserve Photo by Maj. Adam Weece, 206th Broadcast Operations Detachment)
A Soldier from the 51st Chemical Company 83rd Battalion stationed in Fort Stewart, Ga., makes a last check for contamination on a scenario victim before medics can begin a medical assessment April 29, 2017, as part of Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind. Exercise Guardian Response is a multi-component training exercise run by the U.S. Army Reserve designed to validate more than 4,000 service members in Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) in the event of a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) catastrophe. This year's exercise simulated an improvised nuclear device explosion with a source region electromagnetic pulse (SREMP) out to more than four miles. The 84th Training Command is the hosting organization for this exercise, with the training operations run by the 78th Training Division, headquartered in Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. (U.S. Army Reserve Photo by Maj. Adam Weece, 206th Broadcast Operations Detachment)
Students from local schools adamantly listen to a speech given during the 63d Regional Support Command Earth Day event held at the Sergeant James Witkowski Armed Forces Reserve Center in Mountain View.
Students from a local elementary school creates bird feeders with pine cones, peanut butter and bird seeds at an Earth Day booth facilitated by the 63rd Regional Support Command Department of Public Works Environmental Team.
The 63d Regional Support Command commanding general, Maj. Gen. Alvin provided open remarks during an Earth Day event at the Sergeant James Witkowski Armed Forces Reserve Center in Mountain View about maintaining a sustainable environment through stewardship and vigilance.
The 63d Regional Support Command Soldiers and students learn about the process of making honey and importance of bees from Kendal’s Bees during the Earth Day event held at the Sergeant James Witkowski Armed Forces Reserve Center in Mountain View.
The 63d Regional Support Command commanding general, Maj. Gen. Alvin stand with Command Sgt. Maj. Kelly Largent and Chief Warrant Officer 5 Belynda Lindsey during the Earth Day event held at the Sergeant James Witkowski Armed Forces Reserve Center in Mountain View.
Participants on the stage excitedly released pigeons during the 63d Regional Support Command Earth Day event held at the Sergeant James Witkowski Armed Forces Reserve Center in Mountain View.
Olin Brewster (left), U.S. Army Reserve ambassador, 63rd Regional Support Command, talks with Maj. Gen. Michael Smith, deputy chief, U.S. Army Reserve about the benefits of the Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) program agreement, signed Jan. 6, Marriot Plaza Hotel, San Antonio.