Army Reserve Redeploys from Poland
The 446th Movement Control Battalion, 7th Mission Support Command, arrived at Rhine Ordnance Barracks Sunday, August 20, 2023, after completing a nine-month mobilization. The unit is the first U.S. Army Reserve unit in Europe to mobilize in more than a decade, and the first to complete their mobilization requirements in theater. The unit will reunite with their families and be recognized for their efforts during a formal ceremony, following the completion of their demobilization requirements. The 7th MSC is the only forward-headquartered U.S. Army Reserve command in Europe and provides ready, capable, units of action in support of U.S. Army Europe and Africa missions throughout the theater. For more stories about and information on America’s Army Reserve in Europe, follow us on Facebook @7thMSC.

Photo by: Staff Sgt. Jessica Forester and Sgt. Brian Jones |  VIRIN: 230820-A-JU900-4791.JPG