Tag: Army Reserve

Mountain Medic 22 exercise embodies total force construct, ends successfully
September 14, 2022
Three uniformed servicemembers surround a medical training mannequin and practice using a ventilator.

Engineers Build Readiness Through Dual Mission Training
August 15, 2022
Engineers build readiness through dual mission training

One U.S. Army Reserve Soldier Killed, Nine Injured in Lightning Strike
July 21, 2022

Army Reserve Soldiers Compete in USAMU Small Arms Competition
March 22, 2022

Army Reserve ambassadors sharpen tools to build readiness
November 10, 2021

Tactical Combat Casualty Care for Military Working Dogs
October 6, 2021
Capt. Elizabeth Fish, 64A - Field Veterinary Service Officer with the 147th Med. Det. (Vet Srvc) provided training in Tactical Combat Casualty Care, basic triage, and advanced treatment and stabilization of Military Working Dogs as part of a joint Army Reserve and Air Reserve training event at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station.

Transportation Soldiers Showcase Their Skills on Wheels during Truck Rodeo
September 14, 2021
The 58th Battalion (Transportation) of the 2nd Brigade (TC), 94th Training Division – Force Sustainment (TD-FS), conducted its Battalion Annual Organic Truck Rodeo on 16 April 2021, where Soldiers of the 58th (TC) Battalion competed for a chance to take part in a joint service truck rodeo alongside Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps service members this fall.
Competitors of the 58th (TC) Battalion Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie Company took part in four events for the battalion's truck rodeo; the 90 Degree Alley Dock Backing, the M915 Forward, and Reserve Serpentine, the 45 Degree Alley Dock Backing, and the M1120 Forward Serpentine. Competitors were meticulously observed and graded on their ability to proficiently and safely maneuver a tactical truck and trailer through obstacles. (Photo courtesy of 58th (TC) BN, 2nd (TC) BDE, 94th TD-FS)

84th Training Command Soldiers conduct readiness activities
August 16, 2021
Sgt. 1st Class Sheree Dillon, left, a U.S. Army Reserve Soldier assigned to the 84th Training Command based out of Fort Knox, Kentucky, issues Master Sgt. Alma Curiel a rifle during weapons qualification at Camby Hill Range here, Aug. 7, 2021. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Osvaldo P. Sanchez)

Spc. Sarah Cloutier describes her Initial IRT Experience
August 9, 2021
The ability to engage with the community has been phenomenal. Several of us are fresh out of AIT and this is our first military mission; helping real people with real needs. It makes you feel like you deserve the status of soldier/airman/seaman.

Lion Cub Benefits from Army Reserve Veterinarian
August 2, 2021
Nothing brings a smile to your face like snuggling with a lion cub. “I have a unique background in that I specialize in zoo/exotic medicine. Prior to deciding to become a veterinarian, I was a zoo keeper. All of my veterinary experience prior to and after completing veterinary school was treating and caring for a traditional zoo collection,” said Capt. Christine Bui, a Veterinarian with the Army Reserve.