Command Sgt. Maj. Ted L. Copeland, command sergeant major of the Army Reserve, speaks to leadership from the 200th Military Police Command and its subordinate units during a conference at McGill Training Center at Fort Meade, Maryland, July 15, 2017. Joining Copeland is Command Sgt. Maj. Craig Owens, the command sergeant major for the 200th MP Command. The command hosted a Quarterly Training Briefing conference at Fort Meade from July 15-17, to strategize on future needs, and how they support the U.S. Army Reserve Command’s focus on combat readiness. Owens reminded the leadership to “focus on training as a unit, a team. It's the team that goes to war and wins." (U.S. Army Reserve Photo by Sgt. Audrey Hayes)
170716-A-KE966-005.JPG Photo By: Sgt. Audrey Hayes

FORT MEADE, Md. - Command Sgt. Maj. Ted L. Copeland, command sergeant major of the Army Reserve, speaks to leadership from the 200th Military Police Command and its subordinate units during a conference at McGill Training Center at Fort Meade, Maryland, July 15, 2017. Joining Copeland is Command Sgt. Maj. Craig Owens, the command sergeant major for the 200th MP Command. The command hosted a Quarterly Training Briefing conference at Fort Meade from July 15-17, to strategize on future needs, and how they support the U.S. Army Reserve Command’s focus on combat readiness. Owens reminded the leadership to “focus on training as a unit, a team. It's the team that goes to war and wins." (U.S. Army Reserve Photo by Sgt. Audrey Hayes)


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