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Category: 143rd ESC

143d ESC Soldiers say goodbye to friends, family as they prepare to deploy
March 5, 2018
143d ESC Soldiers prepare to deploy

At the Ready: 332nd Transportation Battalion conducts Deployment Readiness Exercise
September 29, 2017
332nd Transportation Battalion DRE

Army Reserve Soldiers called to support Hurricane Irma relief
September 18, 2017
Hurricane Irma 2017

143d ESC demonstrates logistical prowess at CSTX
September 6, 2017
143rd ESC at CSTX

Liquid logisticians rule at QLLEX 2017
July 21, 2017
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers with the 728th Quartermaster Company, Fremont, Neb., operate an
Inland Pipeline Distribution System during QLLEX 2017, July 21, at Fort Bragg, NC. QLLEX, short for Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise, is the U.S. Army Reserve’s premier readiness exercise for fuel and water distribution. This year’s QLLEX is not only a full demonstration of the capability, combat-readiness, and lethality of America’s Army Reserve to put fuel and water where it is needed most – in the vehicles and hands of the war-fighter and maneuver units – but it also further exercises the interoperability of the U.S. Army Reserve alongside active Army and British Army logisticians. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Timothy L. Hale) (Released)

Georgia Congressman celebrates the Army Reserve birthday with the 642d RSG
April 14, 2017
From L to R: Sgt. Maj., Derrick Jackson, 642d Regional Support Group Sgt. Maj., U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Ga., Col. Jeffrey L. Richar, commander of the 642d Regional Support Group along with three of the most junior enlisted Soldiers in the brigade, cut the 109th Army Reserve birthday cake in Decatur, Ga., Apr. 8, 2017.

Soldiers test their skill, will at Best Warrior Competition
March 15, 2017
Army Sgt. James A. Smith, a Bay Springs, Miss., native assigned to the 647th Transportation Company as a motor transport operator, pulls himself up an obstacle at the air assault course March 10, 2017, in Camp Blanding, Fla. The course was one of the many physical and mental challenges Smith and 11 fellow Soldiers faced during the 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)’s Best Warrior Competition. Smith won first place in the Noncommissioned Officer category. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Aaron Barnes, 321st MI BN).

Working to form a More Perfect Union
March 9, 2017
U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Deborah L. Kotulich, commanding general, 143d ESC, delivers remarks as the guest speaker for the 5th Annual Orlando Rocks for Veterans ceremony to celebrate Woman’s History Month, Mar. 4 in Orlando, Fla.    Kotulich reflected on the achievements of women throughout the history of our Armed Forces.

Reaching Soldiers’ Hearts Through Their Stomachs
February 10, 2017
Army Reserve Sgt. Bernardo Rios, a Food Service NCO for the 311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), blanches vegetables while preparing a meal out of a mobile kitchen trailer at the Orlando Armed Forces Reserve Center. Rios and the Army Reserve Culinary Arts Team were rehearsing for the upcoming 42nd Annual Military Culinary Arts Competition.

SHOWING UNITY AS A COMMUNITY: ARMY RESERVE PARTNERS WITH NFL TO KEEP 'THE CITY BEAUTIFUL'
January 31, 2017
Army Warrant Officer Candidate Brian M. Torres, a Vineland, N.J., native who recently entered the warrant officer candidate program while serving in the 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)'s G6 (Communications) section, explains how to operate a chop saw to Army Sgt. Jonathan Bell (left), an Orlando, Fla., native serving as a human resources noncomissioned officer, Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 143d ESC, during a an environmental sustainability community project Jan. 27, 2017, in Orlando, Fla. Bell, Torres and five other Army Reserve Soldiers constructed several wooden garden beds to help revive  Orlando’s Colonialtown North Community Garden to its former, greener glory. Directed by Green Works Orlando in conjunction with the NFL’s Environmental Program, the garden’s revival was one of the many community projects both organizations managed to lighten the environmental footprint produced by the tens of thousands of football fans who have flocked to The City Beautiful to watch the NFL’s first Pro Bowl game to take place in the Continental U.S. since 1979.