Archive: October, 2016

Ceremony Honors President Who Served Nation in Many Roles
October 3, 2016
FREMONT, Ohio (October 2, 2016) – Brigadier Gen. Stephen E. Strand, deputy commanding general, 88th Regional Support Command, listens to Christine Weininger, executive director of the Hayes Presidential Library and Museum, during a pre-ceremony tour of the museum. Strand placed a wreath at the President Rutherford B. Hayes burial site to honor the 19th President of the United States, Oct. 2.

Women in the military speak in Ukraine
October 3, 2016
Col. Carol Northrup, United States Senior Defense official and Defense Attache to Ukraine spoke about the honors and obstacles of being a woman serving in the military, Sept. 29, at the America House in Kyiv. Northrup, along with four other women service members from the U.S. and Ukraine spoke about their trials, tribulations and successful moments during their time in the military. (Photo by Army Staff Sgt. Elizabeth Tarr)

1st Mission Support Command Civilian Awards Ceremony 2016
October 3, 2016
Mr. Angel R. Rodriguez Morales (Left), 1st Mission Support Command management analyst received the Best Employee of the Year award, given by Brig. Gen. Alberto C. Rosende (Right), 1st MSC commanding general, inside the Ramos Hall at Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico on September 29.

80th TC 5K Fun Run/Walk Raises Awareness of Suicide Prevention
October 3, 2016
RICHMOND, Va. - 1st Lt. Kayla Duff, human resource manager for the 80th Training Command (TASS), grabs a sip of water as she completes her first lap of the Suicide Prevention Awareness 5K Fun Run/Walk at the Defense Supply Center held here on Sep. 28, 2016. The 80th TC held the event for all Department of Defense employees and their families. (Photo by Maj. Addie Randolph, 80th Training Command (TASS) Public Affairs)

STRATCOM TPU welcomes new commander
October 3, 2016
United States Army Reserve Strategic Command Troop Program Unit (STRATCOM TPU) honored its outgoing commander, Maj. Adam Stanley, and welcomed Maj. Russell Porter in the change of command ceremony Sept. 10 at Peterson Air Force Base auditorium.  In his speech, Stanley remarked on the endless productivity that his Soldiers have provided to the unit, to the Army Reserve.  “You’re more than just an active duty Soldier. You’re a dad; you’re a mom, husband, and wife.  I appreciate the sacrifice because I know that it does takes sacrifice to be here today and everything.”