A Soldier attending the warrant officer candidate course at the 166th Regiment, Regional Training Institute at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, conducts a ruck march July 9 as part of their training.  Although they make up less than three percent of total Army strength, warrant officers have a great job responsibility that includes training Soldiers, organizing and advising on missions and advancing within their career specialties.
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Russell Smith, the U.S. Army Reserve’s command chief warrant officer, attends the gradation ceremony July 9 for Soldiers attending the warrant officer candidate course at the 166th Regiment, Regional Training Institute at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania.
Soldiers attending the warrant officer candidate course at the 166th Regiment, Regional Training Institute at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, conduct a ruck march July 9 as part of their training.  Although they make up less than three percent of total Army strength, warrant officers have a great job responsibility that includes training Soldiers, organizing and advising on missions and advancing within their career specialties.
A Soldier attending the warrant officer candidate course at the 166th Regiment, Regional Training Institute at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, conducts a ruck march July 9 as part of their training.  Although they make up less than three percent of total Army strength, warrant officers have a great job responsibility that includes training Soldiers, organizing and advising on missions and advancing within their career specialties.
Maj. Gen. Tracy A. Thompson, deputy commanding general (Support) for the Army Reserve (right), and Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, lead the 2017 Army Reserve Ambassador Seminar July 6-9 at the Maj. John P. Pryor Army Reserve Center on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. Army Reserve ambassadors enhance Soldier and unit readiness by developing awareness and advocacy with community leaders and serving as bridges to communities across the nation.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, speaks with two-dozen Army Reserve ambassadors during the 2017 Army Reserve Ambassador Seminar July 6-9 at the Maj. John P. Pryor Army Reserve Center on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. Army Reserve ambassadors enhance Soldier and unit readiness by developing awareness and advocacy with community leaders and serving as bridges to communities across the nation.
Two-dozen Army Reserve ambassadors experience the latest in Soldier training during the 2017 Army Reserve Ambassador Seminar hosted by the Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command July 6-9 at the Maj. John P. Pryor Army Reserve Center on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. Army Reserve ambassadors enhance Soldier and unit readiness by developing awareness and advocacy with community leaders and serving as bridges to communities across the nation.
Command Sgt. Maj. Patrick McKie, command sergeant major for U.S. Army Support Activity, Fort Dix, discusses the latest training ranges with two-dozen Army Reserve ambassadors during the 2017 Army Reserve Ambassador Seminar hosted by the Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command July 6-9 on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. Army Reserve ambassadors enhance Soldier and unit readiness by developing awareness and advocacy with community leaders and serving as bridges to communities across the nation.
Capt. Eric Moton (right), chief, Finance Division for the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, hands an award to Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Moore Nov. 5, 2016 during a retirement ceremony for Moore.  Moton earned his Ph.D. in business administration in 2016, joining a select group of Army Reserve Soldiers who have pursued higher education. Of all doctorates in the U.S. Army, 75 percent reside in the U.S. Army Reserve. Of all master’s degrees in the U.S. Army, 50 percent reside in the U.S. Army Reserve. Having such a highly educated force helps America’s Army Reserve remain 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 (right), delivers remarks June 14 at the Stripes and Stars Festival celebrating the U.S. Army 242nd birthday at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Joining Kok during the event was retired Gen. Carter F. Ham, president and CEO of the Association of the United States Army and former commander of U.S. Africa Command.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command (right), stops for “selfies” with schoolchildren visiting Independence Hall in Philadelphia June 14. Kok participated earlier that day in the Stripes and Stars Festival celebrating the U.S. Army 242nd birthday and was joined by retired Gen. Carter F. Ham, president and CEO of the Association of the United States Army and former commander of U.S. Africa Command.
Retired Gen. Carter F. Ham, president and CEO of the Association of the United States Army and former commander of U.S. Africa Command, delivers remarks June 14 at the Stripes and Stars Festival celebrating the U.S. Army 242nd birthday at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, gives the oath of enlistment June 14 to almost 50 new Army recruits during the Stripes and Stars Festival celebrating the U.S. Army 242nd birthday at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
Pvt. Alex Horanczy, a Pearl Harbor Survivor who served with the 42nd Infantry Division during World War II, is honored June 14 during the Stripes and Stars Festival celebrating the U.S. Army 242nd birthday at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Horanczy joined Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, and retired Gen. Carter F. Ham, president and CEO of the Association of the United States Army and former commander of U.S. Africa Command, in cutting the Army birthday cake during the event.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, speaks June 14 at a naturalization ceremony at the Betsy Ross House in downtown Philadelphia. Thirteen individuals became U.S. citizens in an event that coincided with Flag Day and the 242nd Army birthday.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, gives the oath of enlistment June 14 to almost 50 new Army recruits during the Stripes and Stars Festival celebrating the U.S. Army 242nd birthday at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
Skydivers carrying U.S. flags parachute into Independence Mall June 14 during the Stripes and Stars Festival celebrating the U.S. Army 242nd birthday at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
People hold U.S. flags June 14 prior to the start of a naturalization ceremony at the Betsy Ross House in downtown Philadelphia.  Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, and retired Gen. Carter F. Ham, president and CEO of the Association of the United States Army and former commander of U.S. Africa Command, spoke at the event in which 13 individuals became U.S. citizens.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command, greets a small child wearing an American flag prior to the start of the Stripes and Stars Festival celebrating the U.S. Army 242nd birthday at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command (right), speaks with Pvt. Alex Horanczy, a Pearl Harbor Survivor who served with the 42nd Infantry Division, prior to the start of the Stripes and Stars Festival celebrating the U.S. Army 242nd birthday June 14 at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.