The United States Army Reserve Legal Command headquarters held a second professional development training in Gaithersburg, Md. on Dec. 15, 2022, continuing the topic of the leader’s role in empowering their team, with a focus on building confidence in one’s professional abilities. Over 20 full time staff members consisting of various levels of seniority resonated with this topic. Soldiers shared a variety of strategies guidance they both experienced and used from leaders who entrusted them to work independently. The theme across the most positive experiences involved leaders identifying and presenting their team members with appropriate challenges to solve, trusting their capacity to perform from a people first, mission-oriented standard of excellence and professionalism. The diversity and inclusion of the room enabled sharing a multitude of perspectives, fostering understanding and inspiring others with their examples of nurturing potential among their teams. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Nancy Drapeza)
The United States Army Reserve Legal Command conducted professional development training on Nov. 30, 2022, with a focus on innovation and adaptability in leadership. Lt. Col. DeShun Eubanks, Deputy G-3/3, from Dallas, Texas, led Legal Command headquarters’ first Professional Development Program (LCPDP) on leadership empowerment. The LCPDP is a monthly opportunity that will provide Soldiers and Department of the Army Civilians presentations on various topics such as strategic communication, diversity and inclusion, and historical teachings. This program supports the “Strategy of the Judge Advocate General Corps (JAG) 2022,” developed by the Judge Advocate General of the U.S. Army: “The Army is people, and as the JAG Corps maintains readiness and looks to the future, people are its number one priority.”
Judge advocates and paralegals of the 151st Legal Operations Detachment (LOD) provided legal assistance to over 130 Army Reserve Soldiers of the 18th Field Hospital during their Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP) event at the Fort Story Army Reserve Center Nov. 19-20, 2022. Capt. Tricia Nicewicz (left), 151st Legal Operations judge advocate general, assists a Soldier in preparing his will. Legal Operations Detachments provide services such as last wills and testaments, powers of attorney, and medical directives to Army Reserve Soldiers so they may take care of their loved ones in preparation for mobilization/deployment. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Nancy Drapeza)
A battlefield cross rests on display with a portrait of Staff Sgt. Travis J. Beck at the Memorial Chapel on Nov. 5, 2022, Fort Myer, Va. The 151st Legal Operations Detachment held a memorial ceremony in honor of Beck, who passed away from pancreatic cancer on Oct. 10, 2022. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Nancy Drapeza, U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command)
U.S. Army Command Sgt. Maj. Subretta L. Pompey, U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command, is briefed by aircrew with the New Jersey National Guard's 1-150th Assault Helicopter Battalion on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, June 16, 2022. New Jersey Army aviation flew U.S. Army Reserve senior leaders on a tour of New Jersey military facilities. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Matt Hecht)
Contestants from the 335th Signal Command (Theater), 200th Military Police Command, and Army Reserve Legal Command, particate in the Combined Best Warrior/Best Squad competition in Tampa, Florida, March 11-19, 2022. The 335th Signal Command (Theater) proudly hosted this event in coordination with the Joint Communication Support Element Headquarters at Macdill, Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida. The two finalists from each command, one enlisted and one noncommissioned officer, will then compete at the United States Army Reserve Headquarters, Fort Bragg, NC for the next level of competition. (U.S. Army Reserve video by SGT. Tarako Braswell)
Legal Command Professional Development Program – “Leadership That Empowers People”
Lt. Col. DeShun Eubanks, Deputy G-3/3, U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command, leads Legal Command headquarters’ first Professional Development Program (LCPDP) on leadership empowerment on Nov. 30, 2022 in Gaithersburg, Md.
Dec. 14, 2022 - The United States Army Reserve Legal Command conducted professional development training on Nov. 30, 2022, with a focus on innovation and adaptability in leadership...

People First: The Importance of Legal Assistance for Soldiers and Their Families
Capt. Tricia Nicewicz, 151st Legal Operations judge advocate general, assists a Soldier from the 18th Field Hospital in preparing his will on Nov. 20, 2022. Legal Operations Detachments under the U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command provides services such as last wills and testaments, powers of attorney, and medical directives to Army Reserve Soldiers so they may take care of their loved ones in preparation for mobilization/deployment. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Nancy Drapeza)
Dec. 6, 2022 - Judge advocates and paralegals of the 151st Legal Operations Detachment (LOD) provided legal assistance to over 70 Army Reserve Soldiers of the 18th Field Hospital during their Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP) event at the...

Legal Operations Detachment commanders receive training at United States Army Reserve Legal Command
Col. Julian Nierva, the Chief of Reserve Component Management with the Personnel, Plans and Training Office gave United States Army Reserve Legal Command Commanders information about officer promotions. This briefing allowed Commanders to understand trends and pitfalls to avoid and this guidance helps Commanders advise their officers on how to navigate their careers as lawyers or judges.
Nov. 22, 2022 - The incoming Commanding General of the U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command joined the Legal Operations Detachment Commanders at the 2022 Commanders Summit on Oct 20-21...

Honoring a life of service: Staff Sgt. Travis J. Beck
A battlefield cross rests on display with a portrait of Staff Sgt. Travis J. Beck at the Memorial Chapel on Nov. 5, 2022, Fort Myer, Va. The 151st Legal Operations Detachment held a memorial ceremony in honor of Beck, who passed away from pancreatic cancer on Oct. 10, 2022. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Nancy Drapeza, U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command)
Nov. 8, 2022 - On the morning of Nov. 5, 2022, the Fort Myer Memorial Chapel welcomed the family, friends and fellow Soldiers honoring the life and legacy of Staff Sgt. Travis J. Beck of the 151st Legal Operations Detachment. At 40 years...

Reserve component Soldiers bring unique skills, gain knowledge working with active-duty counterparts
A U.S. CIOR team finishes an orienteering event near Hammelburg, Germany on July 27th 2022. The Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers Military Competition (CIOR MILCOMP) is a three-day team competition consisting of NATO and Partnership for Peace nations in Europe. It has been around since 1957. The competition is open to all reserve components for both NCO and officer. It is now run on a volunteer basis and funded by former competitors through an alumni association.  (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Calvin Reimold)
Oct. 21, 2022 - Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers continue to provide support for their active-duty counterparts during overseas deployment training (ODT) opportunities and aid in overall mission success...

Army Judge Advocate General Corps, Army Reserve Legal Command celebrate accomplishment and dedication at promotion ceremony
Mrs. Nicholle Sullivan, Esq., left, and Ms. Clementine Sullivan, right, pin the rank of Brigadier General upon Brig. Gen. Ronald Sullivan during his promotion ceremony Monday, October 4 at the National Museum of the United States Army.  



A graduate of Howard University and The University of Kansas, School of Law, Sullivan’s distinguished career spans over 28 years.  He will serve as the Chief Judge for U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals (Individual Mobilization Augmentee).
Oct. 13, 2021 - Members of the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General Corps and the U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command celebrated the accomplishment and dedication of one of their legal community’s members during a promotion ceremony held Monday,...

Legal Command Soldiers, civilians honor Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Soldiers and Civilians of the U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command held an observance honoring Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month on Sunday, May 16, 2021 at the unit’s headquarters in Gaithersburg, Maryland.  The observance included presentations highlighting members’ cultural heritage and a fire knife dance.
May 20, 2021 - Soldiers and civilians of the U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command observed Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month on May 16 as part of their May battle assembly at the unit’s Reserve Center in Gaithersburg, Maryland...

U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command Soldiers conduct Army Combat Fitness Test
A Soldier assigned to Headquarters, Headquarters Company, U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command conducts the Sprint-Drag-Carry event of the Army Combat Fitness Test on Saturday, May 15th aboard Naval Support Activity Bethesda, Maryland.  The multi-event test served as a diagnostic evaluation of each Soldier’s physical readiness while providing a viewpoint on how they can improve their training and nutrition.
May 17, 2021 - Soldiers serving in the United States Army Reserve conducted the Army Combat Fitness to gain an understanding of the test’s challenges and perspective on their physical fitness...

Soldiers, Civilians, Guests Celebrate United States Army Reserve Legal Command Change of Command
The colorguard of the United States Army Reserve Legal Command retires the colors during a change of command ceremony held Friday, March 26 on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Virginia.
April 6, 2021 - Soldiers, civilians and distinguished guests of the U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command recently welcomed a new commander while reflecting on the unit’s distinguished service in the face of adversity caused by the COVID-19...

Army Reserve Soldier jumps into active duty, makes impact
Capt. Robert Loftus, center, at Air Assault school in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, in February. Loftus, administrative law attorney who served with 4th Infantry division for nearly nine months, was the distinguished honor graduate of his class.
March 25, 2021 - As a captain in the Army with just four years under his belt, one Soldier set a goal to exceed standards, and his ambitions haven’t gone unnoticed.Capt. Robert Loftus, administrative law attorney with the 117th Legal...

BRIG. GEN. GERALD R. KRIMBILL
Commanding General, United States Army Reserve Legal Command
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COMMAND SGT. MAJ. CARLOS V. ARRIETA JR.
Command Sergeant Major, United States Army Reserve Legal Command
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