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The second U.S. Army Reserve Family Programs Town Hall will now be held June 26 at 6 p.m. Eastern.
Post-traumatic stress disorder is a condition that affects millions of Americans after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, such as combat, a natural disaster, a car accident or sexual assault. If you are in crisis, call 1-800-273-8255.
Pride Month in June commemorates the legacy of those in our Army family who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning. In a recent episode of the 18th Airborne Corps Podcast, Capt. Nell Robinson, an Army Reserve judge advocate at U.S. Army Reserve Command, engages candidly about her experience while serving under Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell as an enlisted Soldier, and the contributing factors that led her to take an 18-year break in service before returning to an Army that welcomes her wife.
The Army Reserve observes National Safety Month annually in June, with a focus on reducing injuries, illness, death and equipment damage while on duty, off duty, driving our nation’s roads and highways, and in the comfort of our barracks, homes and communities. The 2021 National Safety Month campaign will focus on summer, the Army’s deadliest time of year for mishaps. Sponsored by the National Safety Council, National Safety Month will mark its 25th anniversary in 2021.
In compliance with CDC guidelines, many Army installations are lifting restrictions for fully vaccinated personnel. These individuals can resume activities without wearing a mask, except where local policies require mask use; travel domestically without testing or quarantining; and avoid quarantine if exposed to a person with COVID-19. Find information and resources at the links below:
From May 10 to June 14, Army National Hiring Days is an all-Army effort to inspire young men and women across the nation to join the U.S. Army, the best trained, best equipped and most talented force in the world. The Army is also one of the most diverse organizations in the nation. Diversity in people, diversity in ideas and beliefs, diversity in skills – makes the Army the respected organization it is today. Joining the Army means being part of a team where People come First.
The U.S. Army Reserve is celebrating the U.S. Army birthday on June 14, 2021, marking the date in 1775 when the Second Continental Congress established the Continental Army and subsequently appointed George Washington as general and commander in chief of the new force. Thank you to all who have served in our Army and who have served our nation over the past 246 years.

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U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Zachary H. Bendorf, psychological operations specialist, 11th Psychological Operations Battalion, briefs Brig. Gen. Jeffrey C. Coggin, commanding general, U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne), using the Command Post of the Future (CPOF) platform. Bendorf is able to brief the commanding general on battlefield topsight, collaboration and live data using this system at Command Post Exercise – Functional (CPX-F) at Fort McCoy, Wis., June 10, 2021.

By the numbers … USACAPOC(A) leads the way with ...

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Jun. 21, 2021

After months of social distancing, the U.S. Army Civil Affairs & Psychological Operations (Command) came out swinging to pack a punch and start the...
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Observer coach/trainers back in their element at CSTX

Observer coach/trainers back in their element at...

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Jun. 21, 2021

Soldiers no longer working on their warrior tasks and battle drills and only meeting virtually with their units and members of their squad. This...
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Tradition meets execution: Eyes on the future

Tradition meets execution: Eyes on the future

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Jun. 21, 2021

Pfc. Trevor Phillips has been a U.S. Army Reserve Soldier for nearly two years now.Approaching that anniversary, orders to report to Fort McCoy,...
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63rd Readiness Division HHD hosts inaugural Army Heritage Day event

63rd Readiness Division HHD hosts inaugural Army...

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Jun. 21, 2021

The 63rd Readiness Division’s Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment hosted its inaugural Army Heritage Day celebration during the unit’s annual...
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WAREX 86-21-02 Prepares and Validates Army Reser...

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Jun. 17, 2021

Smoke swirled around Potter and his squad, as the sounds of falling artillery echoed through the clearing his team was driving through. He heard yells...
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Army Reserve Soldier inducted into Order of Mili...

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Jun. 17, 2021

A Soldier serving with the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Readiness Division has been inducted into the Order of Military Medical Merit. Lt. Col. Ken Bria,...
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Surgeon General of the Army visits Global Medic

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Jun. 16, 2021

Lt. Gen. R. Scott Dingle, The Army Surgeon General and Commanding General of Army Medical Command, visited U.S. Army Reserve and U.S. Navy Reserve...
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Call to prayer at CSTX

Call to prayer at CSTX

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Jun. 16, 2021

The prayer breakfast was an evaluated exercise scenario for the chaplains to assess their skills in providing support to Soldiers in a field...
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Soldiers, Civilians and Families are the centerpiece of our efforts to stay ready and evolve. Ready and resilient Soldiers, capable leaders, cohesive teams, strong families, and supportive employers are the key to a ready and capable Army Reserve. -LT. GEN. JODY J. DANIELS, chief of Army Reserve and commanding general, U.S. Army Reserve Command