Army Reserve in Europe hosts command operations sync
U.S. Army Reserve commanders and operations personnel with the 7th Mission Support Command - America's Army Reserve in Europe, participate in the command's annual operations training synchronization workshop, 4 - 8 March, 2024, at the Sembach Community Center, Sembach Kaserne, Kaiserslautern, Germany. “The purpose is to synchronize the efforts of our subordinate unit commanders and their operations personnel to develop their yearly training calendar for fiscal year 2025,” said U.S. Army Reserve Maj. Howard Johnson, operations and mobilization officer for the 7th MSC, and this year's event coordinator. “Our goal is to improve the units’ foundational knowledge of operations planning and resourcing.”  Traditional Reserve Soldiers hold civilian careers while also participating in monthly battle assemblies, completing mandatory training and mission essential tasks specific to their units. Providing an overview for what training is happening, and when, ensures readiness across the board and gives Soldiers predictability to manage their civilian employment as well. At the conclusion of the workshop, the 7th MSC’s 26-unit commanders will have a yearly training plan that meets the needs of their unit and aligns with the MSC’s mission to provide logistical and sustainment support for U.S. army Europe and Africa, increasing capability in the region. For more stories and information on the 7th Mission Support Command, follow us on Facebook, @7thMSC. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. Jessica Forester)

Photo by: Staff Sgt. Jessica Forester |  VIRIN: 240307-A-JU900-4001.JPG