351 CACOM Functional Specialty Team Recognized with Prestigious IRT Award For Building Partnership With Community Of Unalaska
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.