Staff Sgt. Michael Pagaduan, assigned to the Army’s 404th Civil Affairs Battalion, gets a high-five Sept. 1 prior to a military appreciation game with the United States men's national soccer team at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.  Service members from the Army and Air Force held the U.S. flag for the national anthem.
Service members from the Army and Air Force line up Sept. 1 to walk into Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey prior to a United States men's national soccer team game.  The service members were there to hold the U.S. flag for the national anthem as part of a military appreciation theme for the game.
Service members from the Army and Air Force walk into Red Bull Arena Sept. 1 prior to a U.S. Men’s Soccer game.  The service members were there to hold the U.S. flag for the national anthem as part of a military appreciation theme for the game.
Command Sgt. Maj. Arlindo Almeida, command sergeant major for the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, headquartered at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, practices holding the U.S. flag Sept. 1 prior to a military appreciation game with the United States men's national soccer team at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.  Service members from the Army and Air Force held the flag for the national anthem.
Master Sgt. Chanda Caro, assigned to the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, headquartered at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, practices holding the U.S. flag Sept. 1 prior to a military appreciation game with the United States men's national soccer team at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.  Service members from the Army and Air Force held the flag for the national anthem.
Two Soldiers play a game of soccer in the fan zone Sept. 1 prior to the U.S. Men’s Soccer game at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.  Service members from the Army and Air Force held the U.S. flag for the national anthem prior to the start of the game.
The U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 17 for the Area Maintenance Support Activity, Organizational Maintenance Shop, on Fort Totten, New York. Major Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the 99th RSC, center, cut the ribbon at the revitalized facility in Fort Totten. U.S. Congressman Thomas R. Suozzi and New York City Council Member, 19th District, Queens, Paul A. Vallone are third and second from right. The center underwent a $12.6 million full-facility revitalization, allowing technicians to perform in an up-to-date facility to meet readiness standards as well as train military unit mechanics as needed so they can perform maintenance while they’re deployed.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, speaks with U.S. Congressman Thomas R. Suozzi and New York City Council Member, 19th District, Queens, Paul A. Vallone at the ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 17 for the revitalized AMSA/OMS (Area Maintenance Support Activity/Organizational Maintenance Shop) in Fort Totten. The center underwent a $12.6 million full-facility revitalization, allowing technicians to perform in an up-to-date facility to meet readiness standards as well as train military unit mechanics as needed so they can perform maintenance while they’re deployed.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, delivers remarks to military leaders, business partners and service members in attendance during the command’s ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 17 for the Area Maintenance Support Activity, Organizational Maintenance Shop, on Fort Totten, New York. The center underwent a $12.6 million full-facility revitalization, allowing technicians to perform in an up-to-date facility to meet readiness standards as well as train military unit mechanics as needed so they can perform maintenance while they’re deployed.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, delivers remarks during the command’s ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 17 for the Area Maintenance Support Activity, Organizational Maintenance Shop, on Fort Totten, New York. The center underwent a $12.6 million full-facility revitalization, allowing technicians to perform in an up-to-date facility to meet readiness standards as well as train military unit mechanics as needed so they can perform maintenance while they’re deployed. The facility is a part of ensuring America’s Army Reserve remains the most capable, combat-ready and lethal federal reserve force in the history of the nation.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, delivers remarks during the command’s ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 13 for the Staff Sgt. Jonah E. Kelley Army Reserve Center on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. The center underwent a $13.5 million full-facility revitalization, allowing Soldiers to train in an up-to-date, energy-efficient facility that represents the next step toward ensuring America’s Army Reserve remain the most capable, combat-ready and lethal federal reserve force in the history of the nation.
The U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 13 for the Staff Sgt. Jonah E. Kelley Army Reserve Center on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. Cutting the ribbon are (from left): Col. James Martin, deputy commander of JBMDL and commander of U.S. Army Support Activity-Fort Dix; Col. Neil R. Richardson, commander of JBMDL and the 87th Air Base Wing; Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the 99th RSC; Bob Smyth, field representative for U.S. Congressman Tom MacArthur; Rich Everett, legislative assistant to U.S. Congressman Chris Smith; Col. Peter Tan, commander of the Army Reserve’s 7301st Medical Training Support Battalion and facility commander of the Kelley ARC; and Maj. Gen. Christopher J. Bence, commanding general of the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, pauses for the benediction during the command’s ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 13 for the Staff Sgt. Jonah E. Kelley Army Reserve Center on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. The center underwent a $13.5 million full-facility revitalization, allowing Soldiers to train in an up-to-date, energy-efficient facility that represents the next step toward ensuring America’s Army Reserve remain the most capable, combat-ready and lethal federal reserve force in the history of the nation.
Sgt. Alberto Gonzalez, ESRB instructor with U.S. Army Reserve Command G-1 (right), assists Pamela Kone, unit administrator for the Army Reserve's 399th Transportation Detachment (center) and Spec. Miranda Behringer, human resources specialist with the Army Reserve's 432nd Civil Affairs Battalion, during Interactive Personnel Electronic Records Management System and Automated Record Brief training hosted by the Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command Aug. 24-28 on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey.
Gene Scholler, director of logistics for the U.S. Army Reserve's 99th Regional Support Command, addresses employees August 8 at Area Maintenance Support Activity 112 in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania.  AMSA 112’s mission is to maintain readiness by providing field-level maintenance support to six assigned Army Reserve units within its region, provide training to unit personnel and prepare equipment for mobilization.
Seth Conoway, work leader at the U.S. Army Reserve's Area Maintenance Support Activity 112 in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, delivers a laundry advanced driver system August 8 for repairs.  AMSA 112’s mission is to maintain readiness by providing field-level maintenance support to six assigned Army Reserve units within its region, provide training to unit personnel and prepare equipment for mobilization.
Seth Conoway, work leader at the U.S. Army Reserve's Area Maintenance Support Activity 112 in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, backs-up a trailer August 8 loaded with a laundry advanced driver system.  AMSA 112’s mission is to maintain readiness by providing field-level maintenance support to six assigned Army Reserve units within its region, provide training to unit personnel and prepare equipment for mobilization.
Seth Conoway, work leader at the U.S. Army Reserve's Area Maintenance Support Activity 112 in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, backs-up a trailer August 8 loaded with a laundry advanced driver system.  AMSA 112’s mission is to maintain readiness by providing field-level maintenance support to six assigned Army Reserve units within its region, provide training to unit personnel and prepare equipment for mobilization.
Sheila Barnes, a resident of a local senior care home, holds Naomi Watts during a visit from Frankie & Andy's Place July 27, 2017, Winder, Ga. Naomi is a senior dog that was rescued by Frankie & Andy's Place and visits senior citizens to liven up their day
Betty Witcher, a resident of a local senior care home, pets Frannie during a visit from Frankie & Andy's Place July 27, 2017, Winder, Ga. Frannie is a senior dog that was rescued by Frankie & Andy's Place and visits senior citizens to liven up their day.