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Retired Army Reserve Ambassador receives honorary recognition

Retired Army Reserve Ambassador receives honorary recognition

Retired Army Reserve Ambassador Mary Miller received the "Order of the 88th" from Maj. Gen. Matthew Baker, commanding general of...
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88th Readiness Division commander featured speaker at Milwaukee ESGR breakfast

PHOTOS: 88th Readiness Division commander featured speaker at Milwaukee ...

Maj. Gen. Matthew Baker, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve's 88th Readiness Division, was the featured guest speaker at...
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U.S. Army Reserve Criminal Investigation Division Special Agents participate in their annual training ‘Guardian Shield’ during May, 2023, at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. CID is made up of professional, federal law enforcement officers who investigate felony crimes. CID Special Agents are commonly in suits and plain clothes as they conduct their investigations. Military Police officers are uniformed officers who may perform traffic duties on base, law and order policing, or detainee and detention operations abroad. Annual trainings like GS23 are essential to mission success not only for classroom and weapons qualifications, but also for agents to network and leverage experience from multiple law enforcement backgrounds.

U.S. Army Reserve holds last iteration of 'Guardian Shield'

U.S. Army Support Activity Fort Dix recently hosted the U.S. Army Reserve 200th Military Police Command’s annual exercise,...
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NEWS | Aug. 28, 2020

Army Reserve Service Rifle Team at Interservice

By Sgt. 1st Class John Buol ARMU

Shooters of the Army Reserve Service Rifle Team competed at the 59th Interservice Rifle Championships at the Marine Corps Base in Quantico, Virginia. These championships, hosted by the U.S. Marine Corps' Weapons Training Battalion from August 16 to 23, are an annual competition and information sharing event conducted among the U.S. military services.


“The 59th Interservice Rifle Championship offers service rifle competitions for teams and individuals representing the Armed Services, Active, Reserve and National Guard, to include ROTC and Service Academies of the United States,” noted Master Sgt. Donald Ross McClester, USMC and Match Director.


The Army Reserve team won the High Reserve Component in Match #13, the Interservice Rifle Team Championship (10 Man Team match) and a primary team match at the event, and second overall in the 1000 Yard Team Match. Individually, the team took a number top three awards, including Match 5 (Interservice Army Match 600 Yards) and the Rifle Excellence In Competition.


“Given current Army guidance on COVID-19, most of our competition season was canceled this year, however, our team members continued to practice at home on their own time to keep their skills sharp,” said Sgt. 1st Class Adam Stauffer, the NCOIC of the Service Rifle team. “It was good to get one match in for this fiscal year and I'm pleased that my team arrived prepared.”


The Army Reserve Marksmanship Training and Competitive Program provides small arms training resources for all Soldiers, from unit qualification to national competition. Visit for training resources to benefit your unit.