U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Chase Lawrence runs his final lap during an APFT July 21, 2017, Ft. Gordon, Ga. Lawrence lost over 40 pounds in order to prepare for the fitness test and support the Fight Tonight Initiative which is an effort to improve soldier readiness.
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Chelsea Fleetwood completes  her 52nd sit-up during her APFT july 21, 2017, Ft. Gordon, Ga. Fleetwood trains hard to surpass the Army standard of fitness and supports the Fight Tonight Initiative.
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Chelsea Fleetwood runs with her pacer during her final lap of her APFT july 21, 2017, Ft. Gordon, Ga. Fleetwood trained hard for the test and expressed her excitement after passing.
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Matthew Roberts converses with his coach during weapons qualification July 22, 2017, Ft. Gordon, Ga. Roberts trains monthly to maintain Army standards and to support the Fight Tonight Initiative which is an effort to improve soldier readiness.
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Matthew Roberts fires a round during weapons qualification July 22, 2017, Ft. Gordon, Ga. Roberts trains monthly to maintain Army standards and to support the Fight Tonight Initiative which is an effort to improve soldier readiness.
Gen. Jose Burgos discusses the history of the 99th Regimental Support Command coin before awarding it to Soldiers of the 314th Press Camp Headquarters. Burgos awarded the coin to noncomissioned officers who exceeded the standard in their area of expertise.
Sgt. 1st Class Terry Warren, 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, demonstrates a “cut suit,” a surgical suit meant to replicate realistic scenarios for medical professionals to train on during mass casualty exercises on Camp Roberts, California, July 16, 2017.
Mannequins lay on gurnies at Camp Roberts, California, before being prepared by 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, July 16, 2017.
Staff Sgt. Brad Reese and his wife Dottie listen to introductions July 21 during a 99th Regional Support Command Strong Bonds event at the Kalahari Resort in Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania.  Reese is a human resources specialist with the Army Reserve’s 11th Battalion, 98th Regiment.  Strong Bonds is a unit-based, chaplain-led program, which assists commanders in building individual resiliency by strengthening the Army Family. The core mission of the Strong Bonds program is to increase individual Soldier and Family member readiness through relationship education and skills training.
Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Sung Kim, deputy command chaplain for the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, addresses couples July 21 during a 99th Regional Support Command Strong Bonds event at the Kalahari Resort in Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania.  Strong Bonds is a unit-based, chaplain-led program, which assists commanders in building individual resiliency by strengthening the Army Family. The core mission of the Strong Bonds program is to increase individual Soldier and Family member readiness through relationship education and skills training.
Chaplain (Capt.) Charles Ross, currently assigned to the U.S. Army Reserve’s 403rd Civil Affairs Battalion, listens July 21 as 10-year-old Ellie Rusanowsky explains her family sign during a 99th Regional Support Command Strong Bonds family event at the Kalahari Resort in Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania.  Strong Bonds is a unit-based, chaplain-led program, which assists commanders in building individual resiliency by strengthening the Army Family. The core mission of the Strong Bonds program is to increase individual Soldier and Family member readiness through relationship education and skills training.
Sophia Flores blows up a balloon July 22 during a 99th Regional Support Command Strong Bonds family event at the Kalahari Resort in Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania.  Strong Bonds is a unit-based, chaplain-led program, which assists commanders in building individual resiliency by strengthening the Army Family. The core mission of the Strong Bonds program is to increase individual Soldier and Family member readiness through relationship education and skills training.
Command Sgt. Maj. Ted Copeland, the U.S. Army Reserve command sergeant major, hosted a noncommissioned officer huddle July 19 at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst NCO Academy.  Copeland spoke of maintaining readiness and his vision of the future of the NCO corps, and then answered questions from those in attendance.
Command Sgt. Maj. Ted Copeland, the U.S. Army Reserve command sergeant major, hosted a noncommissioned officer huddle July 19 at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst NCO Academy.  Copeland spoke of maintaining readiness and his vision of the future of the NCO corps, and then answered questions from those in attendance.
Command Sgt. Maj. Ted Copeland, the U.S. Army Reserve command sergeant major, hosted a noncommissioned officer huddle July 19 at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst NCO Academy.  Copeland spoke of maintaining readiness and his vision of the future of the NCO corps, and then answered questions from those in attendance.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general for the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, addresses the crowd July 18 during the Dix Centennial celebration at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey.  Camp Dix provided key support to the Army and the nation from its inception in 1917 until its re-designation as “Fort Dix” in 1939.  On Oct. 1, 2009, Fort Dix transformed into the United States Army Support Activity, Fort Dix and became part of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.  More than 42,000 active-duty and reserve-component service members, civilian employees and family members work and reside on the base.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general for the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, and Command Sgt. Maj. Patrick McKie, Army Support Activity, Fort Dix command sergeant major, cut the cake July 18 during the Dix Centennial celebration at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey.  Camp Dix provided key support to the Army and the nation from its inception in 1917 until its re-designation as “Fort Dix” in 1939.  On Oct. 1, 2009, Fort Dix transformed into the United States Army Support Activity, Fort Dix and became part of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.  More than 42,000 active-duty and reserve-component service members, civilian employees and family members work and reside on the base.
Soldiers from the U.S. Army Reserve’s 78th Army Band and 319th Army Band perform music July 18 during the Dix Centennial celebration at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey.  Camp Dix provided key support to the Army and the nation from its inception in 1917 until its re-designation as “Fort Dix” in 1939.  On Oct. 1, 2009, Fort Dix transformed into the United States Army Support Activity, Fort Dix and became part of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.  More than 42,000 active-duty and reserve-component service members, civilian employees and family members work and reside on the base.
Command Sgt. Maj. Patrick McKie, Army Support Activity, Fort Dix command sergeant major, addresses the crowd July 18 during the Dix Centennial celebration at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey.  Camp Dix provided key support to the Army and the nation from its inception in 1917 until its re-designation as “Fort Dix” in 1939.  On Oct. 1, 2009, Fort Dix transformed into the United States Army Support Activity, Fort Dix and became part of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.  More than 42,000 active-duty and reserve-component service members, civilian employees and family members work and reside on the base.
Staff Sgt. Anton Allsop, assigned to the U.S. Army Reserve’s 7th Legal Operations Detachment in Schenectady, New York, does the extend-and-flex recovery drill July 8 during the pre-warrant officer candidate course at the 166th Regiment, Regional Training Institute at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania.  The course is designed to prepare and give Soldiers an experience similar to that of WOCS.  Soldiers can attend the course regardless of whether or not they are scheduled to attend the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Career College.