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Army Reserve Soldiers from states as far away as Tennessee, like the 733rd Engineer Company, came to Window Rock to improve living conditions for Navajo families with special-needs children. The Innovative Readiness Training project supported St. Michaels Association for Special Education, which serves disabled adults and children throughout the Navajo Nation.


The Soldiers were among the service members who improved roads, drainage and water lines and updated school facilities. They also focused on repairing traditional Navajo homes, or “hogans.” The IRT project benefits Navajo reservations in New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. 

The 539th Military Police Detachment, located in Buckeye, provides law enforcement and protective services. Soldiers of the 539th deployed to Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, to provide police protection for more than 138,000 people at five forward operating bases. Many of these Citizen Soldiers have specialized law enforcement skills and security training from their civilian occupations, enhancing their ability to adapt to diverse circumstances and environments.

In Mesa, Soldiers assigned to the 6253rd U.S. Army Hospital joined volunteer medical professionals from fields such as podiatry, physical therapy, audiology, vision and dentistry to support athletes during the 2014 Summer Special Olympics in Mesa.



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