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Army Reserve's 108th Anniversary

As an integral and essential element of the Army and the joint force, the Army Reserve provides critical combat support and combat service support capabilities.

Nearly 16,000 Army Reserve Soldiers currently serve in direct support of Army service component commands and geographic combatant commands in Afghanistan, Kuwait, Iraq, and Horn of Africa, while thousands more are participating in overseas deployment training exercises.