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Link moves up in the chain of command
September 26, 2015
Soldiers of the 1st Battalion, 10th Field Artillery Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division conduct a cannon salute during the Army Reserve Medical Command change of command ceremony held Sept. 26, 2015, at the C.W. Bill Young Armed Forces Reserve Center in Pinellas Park, Fla. After the cannon salute, 1st Lt. Mario Mendez, the officer in charge of the salute battery, presented Maj. Gen. Bryan R. Kelly, the outgoing ARMEDCOM commander, with the last shell fired in honor of his long and distinguished service to the Army Reserve. Kelly is retiring, after 26 years of military service and plans to spend more time with his family and continue his civilian career as a clinical psychologist near his hometown of East Sandwich, Mass.

Medical Readiness and Training Command welcomes a new command sergeant major
September 25, 2015
(Forefront) Brig. Gen. Michael C. O’Guinn Command, commanding general of the Medical Readiness and Training Command, (middle) Command Sgt. Maj. Marlo V. Cross, outgoing command sergeant major, and Command Sgt. Maj. Juan M. Loera Jr, incoming command sergeant major, stand ready to begin the change of responsibility ceremony, held at the Army Reserve Medical Command headquarters building in Pinellas Park, Fla., Sept. 24, 2015. Seattle resident Loera’s previous assignment was command sergeant major for the 104th Training Division (Leader Training), Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Cross, a Tempe, Ariz., native, assumes responsibility of ARMEDCOM Sept. 26, 2015. The MRTC is based out of San Antonio.

Seaborn becomes first female Reserve Cyber Soldier honor grad
September 25, 2015
U.S. Army Reserve Soldier Staff Sgt. Lydia Seaborn became the first Reserve female Soldier to graduate from the 25D Cyber Network Defender active duty course as the distinguished honor graduate, Fort Gordon, Ga. Seaborns' accomplishments in the newly offered military occupational specialty come at a time when women are making many strides in the Army. (Courtesy photo/released)

Competition breeds confidence, confidence breeds better training
September 25, 2015
2015 FORSCOM Marksmanship Competition

Not a Gentleman’s Match: Running and gunning championship brings nations to Canada
September 24, 2015
Canadian and British Army soldiers participate in a light machine gun night fire event during the 2015 Canadian Armed Forces Small Arms Concentration at the Connaught Range outside of Ottawa, Canada, Sept. 14. The marksmanship competition brought in more than 250 total competitors from the British, Canadian and U.S. armed forces competing in more than 50 matches involving rifle, pistol and light machine gun events using various combat-like movements and scenarios. (U.S. Army photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret)

7th CSC conducts EUCOM HA assessments in Croatia
September 24, 2015
Soldiers evaluate EUCOM humanitarian assistance projects in Croatia

Logistical Civil Augmentation Program Support Battalion holds change of command ceremony
September 24, 2015
Lt. Col. Timothy Rados, incoming commander, addresses the 3rd Logistical Civil Augmentation Program Support Battalion. Their mission is to provide a trained and ready unit that is combine, cross-trained, modular and functionally deployable.

Signal command says goodbye to its chemical units
September 24, 2015
Commanding General of the 335th Signal Command (Theater) Brig. Gen. Christopher Kemp addresses soldiers during his annual Commander's Conference held in Atlanta Sept. 20, 2015. "This is bittersweet because we are losing half our family in one swoop," said Kemp.

Army Reserve officer shares her story during Hispanic Heritage Month
September 24, 2015
Army Reserve Lt. Col. Vicky Argueta, Equal Opportunity Advisor, 85th Support Command, shares her Army story during Hispanic Heritage Awareness Month. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. David Lietz/released)

Wounded warrior embraces Latino heritage and culture
September 24, 2015
Retired Army Sgt. Manny Mendoza-Valencia talks about his life and love of Hispanic culture to the audience at the 63rd Regional Support Command’s National Hispanic Heritage Month event, Sept. 22, at the headquarters building, Moffett Field, Calif. Valencia, who was one of the guest speakers at the event, lost his legs to an improvised explosive device in Sadr City, Iraq, in 2004.