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Public affairs Soldiers prepare for the future
Public affairs Soldiers prepare for the future
Public affairs Soldiers prepare for the future
Public affairs Soldiers prepare for the future
Public affairs Soldiers prepare for the future
Army Reserve division brings Sandy experience to Florence response
Year in Photos 2017
Year in Photos 2017
Photos of the Year 2017
78th Army Band Performs at NYC Vets Day Parade
77th Sustainment Brigade at NYC Vets Day Parade
US Army Reserve Marches in NYC Vet's Day Parade
78th Army Band Performs during NYC Vets Day Parade
77th SB Marches in NYC Vets Day Parade
Army Reserve Ambassador Isabelle Slifer, Army Reserve ambassador for the Commonwealth of Virginia, attends a Yellow Ribbon this past November. Slifer is a major advocate of the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program, stemming from her experience as Family Member herself whose then-teenaged son deployed to Iraq in 2009. To learn more about the Army Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program, visit http://www.yellowribbon.mil/yrrp/. To learn more about the Army Reserve Ambassador Program, visit http://www.usar.army.mil/Featured/Ambassador-Program/.
Spc. Miguel Alvarez, assigned to 354th MPAD, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, photographs the Point Park University's men's soccer team during a training exercise September 5, 2017. The 354 MPAD used the Point Park University's military appreciation game as an opportunity to conduct soldier training for photography and videography.
Soldiers assigned to the 354th MPAD, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, fist bump members of the Point Park University's men's soccer team during a military appreciation game in Pittsburgh September 9, 2017. The 354th MPAD planned a training scenario that allowed the soldiers to practice photography and videography during the game
Soldiers assigned to the 354th MPAD, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, fist bump members of the Point Park University's men's soccer team during a military appreciation game in Pittsburgh September 9, 2017. The 354th MPAD planned a training scenario that allowed the soldiers to practice photography and videography during the game.