Brig. Gen. Lisa L. Doumont retires after 32 years of service.
Brig. Gen. Lisa L. Doumont retires after 32 years of service.
Maj. Kym Su Whitaker, an Army Reserve nurse practitioner from Colorado Springs, Colo. at DHR Health in Edinburg, Texas in late August.
Maj. Kym Su Whitaker, an Army Reserve nurse practitioner from Colorado Springs, Colo. at DHR Health in Edinburg, Texas in late August.
Maj. Kym Su Whitaker, an Army Reserve nurse practitioner from Colorado Springs, Colo. at DHR Health in Edinburg, Texas in late August.
U.S. Army Reserve Lt. Col. Hugh Douglas (Right Rear), governance and participation section chief for the 351st Civil Affairs Command, Functional Specialty Team (FxSP) flies on board a Piper Navajo (PA-31) aircraft, traveling from Cold Bay to Dutch Harbor (Unalaska), Alaska during the Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) Civil-Military Partnership, Leaders’ Reconnaissance, July 22, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Lt. Col. Hugh Dougalas, (left), and Lt. Col. Eric Christeson (right) from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP) conduct Key Leader Engagement (KLE) with local business professional, Mr. Dennis Robinson, during the Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Subject Matter Expert Assessment, Aug. 24, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Lt. Col. Hugh Dougalas, governance and participation section chief from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP) provides a brief to Qawalangin Tribe (Q-Tribe) Tribal Council staff during the mission Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Subject Matter Expert Assessment, Aug. 23, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Lt. Col. Hugh Dougalas, governance and participation section chief from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP) attends a facilities tour while discussing the language & culture of Unalaska, Alaska’s indigenous populations with the Unungan Cultural Camp Director during the mission Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Subject Matter Expert Assessment, Aug. 23, 2020.
IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP) pose for a photo with Unalaska, Alaska community stakeholders during the Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Subject Matter Expert Assessment, Unalaska, Alasks, Aug. 27, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Col. Bradford “Brad” Hughes (far left), Maj. Tulsi Gabbard  (2nd from right), and Lt. Col. Hugh Dougals (far right), from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP), pose with US Congressman (AK at-large district) Don Young (2nd from left), and Alaska State Senator Josh Revak (2nd from right) while conducting leader briefs during the Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Subject Matter Expert Assessment, Unalaska, Alaska, Aug. 29, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Capt. Sara, public health nurse (far left), Lt. Col. Hugh Dougalas, governance and participation section chief (3rd from left), and Col. Bradford “Brad” Hughes, functional specialty team chief (far right) from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP) stand with members of the Qawalangin Tribe (Q-Tribe) Council during an Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Leaders’ Reconnaissance, Unalaska, Alaska, July 24, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
Mr. Tom Robinson, Qawalangin Tribe (Q-Tribe) Council President (left), and U.S. Army Reserve Lt. Col. Hugh Dougalas, governance and participation section chief (right), engage in a team building exercise, observing environmental conditions in Unalaska Bay, Alaska, during an Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Leader’s Reconnaissance, July 24, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Lt. Col. Hugh Dougalas, governance and participation section chief (center left), Capt. Sarah Robinson, public health nurse (center right), Col. Bradford “Brad” Hughes, functional specialty team chief (right), and members of the Qawalangin Tribe (Q-Tribe) council pose while participating in a council meeting during an Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Leader’s Reconnaissance, Unalaska, Alaska, July 23, 2020.  IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Lt. Col. Hugh Dougalas, governance and participation section chief from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP), conducts initial briefs during an Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Leaders’ Reconnaissance, Unalaska, Alaska, July 23, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Col. Bradford “Brad” Hughes, functional specialty team chief, Lt. Col. Hugh Dougalas, governance and participation section chief, and Capt. Sarah Robinson, public health nurse from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP) disembark from a Piper Navajo (PA-31) aircraft at the Dutch Harbor (Unalaska), Alaska airport during Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Leaders’ Reconnaissance, July 22, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Maj. Tulsi Gabbard from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP), conducts leader briefs with the Unalaska City Council during the Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Subject Matter Expert Assessment, Unalaska, Alaska, Aug. 26, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Lt. Col. Eric Christeson (2nd from left), Maj. Tulsi Gabbard (center), and Lt. Col. Hugh Dougalas Governance team members from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP) engage with a Qawalangin Tribe (Q-Tribe) Young Leader during the Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Subject Matter Expert Assessment, Aug. 25, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Lt. Col. Eric Christeson (2nd from right), and Maj. Brian Hancock (2nd from left), from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP) take part in a Governance Round Table with Community Stakeholders and Qawalangin Tribe (Q-Tribe) Tribal Council members during the Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Subject Matter Expert Assessment, Aug. 24, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
U.S. Army Reserve Maj. Tulsi Gabbard (2nd from left), Lt. Col. Hugh Dougalas (center), and Lt. Col. Eric Christeson (right), Governance team members from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP) engage with a Qawalangin Tribe (Q-Tribe) Young Leader during the Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Subject Matter Expert Assessment, Aug. 25, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.