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Sponsors: A Best Warrior competitor's life line
April 15, 2015
Maj. Gen. Daniel R. Ammerman, commanding general of USACAPOC(A), congratulates Spc. Bryce Parker on winning Best Soldier of the Year. Soldiers from the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) gathered at the Washington Crossing Inn in Washington Crossing, Pa., to honor and name the Best Warriors of the command. Sponsors, cadre and competitors received certificates of appreciation and Staff Sgt. Keeton Tucker of the 7th Psychological Operations Group won Best Non-commissioned Officer of the Year and Spc. Bryce Parker, 351st Civil Affairs Command won Best Soldier of the Year, April 15, 2015. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Kimber Gillus/USACAPOC(A) PAO)

Run, hide or fight: Wildcats train in surviving an active shooter
April 6, 2015
The 81st Regional Support Command participated in a mass casualty exercise on Fort Jackson, S.C., April 7, 2015 which involved the Fort Jackson and local community. After the Richland County Sheriff’s Department Special Response Team cleared the building, victims from the active shooters were triage and evacuated by Fort Jackson and Columbia medical personnel and firemen to several hospital around the Fort Jackson and Columbia area.

Double Eagle - 04.02.2015
April 2, 2015
COVER STORY:
It doesn’t matter whether you are
a Soldier, Army civilian, female, or
male, you could be a victim of sexual
harassment or assault. In the event
you are a victim of harassment or
assault, do you know what steps you
need to take to report an incident? The
answer depends on whether you are
a Soldier or an Army civilian. (Photo
by Timothy L. Hale/U.S. Army Reserve
Command)

Chevrons for coach: How a first sergeant uses his military experience as a wrestling coach
March 13, 2015
Army 1st Sgt. Joshua Engel, first sergeant for the 416th Theater Engineer Command, Headquarters Company, living in Iron Ridge, Wis., used his military experience to become the head wrestling coach for Dodgeland High School, which is the same high school he attended growing up. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Michel Sauret)

Hoover Police and Army Reserve Soldiers prepare for the worst
March 10, 2015
An officer with the Hoover, Ala., Police Department plays the role of an active shooter during an exercise between the Hoover Police Department and the 87th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command (East) March 7 at the Horace B. Hanson Reserve Center in Hoover to train on responding to an active shooter situation. Spc. Shaunquelisia Davidson, a human resources specialist with the 87th USARC(E) played the role of an injured casualty. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Ryan C. Matson, 87th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command (East))

Medical Soldiers, Sailors and aviators train together during US Army Reserve CSTX
March 7, 2015
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers with the 456th Area Support Medical Company out of Somersworth, N.H., and the 912th Forward Surgical Team out of Cranston, R.I., team up with Naval corpsmen from the Expeditionary Medical Facility out of Dallas/Forth Worth at the USAR Combat Support Training Exercise in Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., March 7, 2015. The Soldiers and Sailors collaborated with medical aviation Soldiers in a real-world scenario exercise to booster their skills for deployment operations. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Brian Godette/released)

Army Reserve commander strives for mirror image
March 5, 2015
U.S. Army Reserve Pvt. Kevin Collins, E Company, 3-60 Infantry, knocks down targets from the prone supported position during week four of his basic combat training at Fort Jackson, S.C. Collins, who enlisted as a human resources specialist, is one of many new recruits to the Army and Army Reserve who is being trained by a group of Army Reserve drill sergeants in what is known as the Echo Mission. Every year, a team of Army Reserve drill sergeants from the 108th Training Command (IET) takes over a basic combat training company at one of the Army's four initial entry training posts and provides quality instruction and mentorship alongside their active duty counterparts. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Brian Hamilton)

Double Eagle - 03.03.2015
March 3, 2015
COVER STORY:
Neldia Watson, opposite page, the
Army Reserve Equal Opportunity
Compliance Specialist and Diversity
Manager, speaks on her experience
as a woman in the military, at the U.S.
Army Reserve Command headquarters,
February 24. The Equal Opportunity
Directorate employee reflected
on her personal inspiration as part
of Women’s History Month. (Photo
by Brian Godette/U.S. Army Reserve
Command)

Mentorship on the hardwood
February 28, 2015
Army Reserve drill sergeant, Staff Sergeant Brian Johnson, Task Force Marshall, 108th Training Command (IET), encourages a young fan to do one more pull-up at Fan Fest during the 2015 CIAA basketball tournament held annually in Charlotte, N.C. Johnson was on hand to tout the benefits and opportunities of military service by way of the Army Reserve. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Brian Hamilton)

Ethics professor supports Fort Douglas with Black History observance
February 25, 2015
Dr. Karen Johnson, associate professor of education at the University of Utah, poses for a group photo with equal opportunity advisers Sgt. 1st Class William Yazzie and Greg Rogers during a Black History Month observance held at Fort Douglas, Utah, Feb. 25. The purpose of the event was to spread cultural awareness and provide a history lesson on the role of the African-American female during the Civil War. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Chad M. Nixon)