Archive: August, 2016

Dignity, Reverence, Respect: U.S. Army Reserve Mortuary Affairs specialists care for America’s fallen heroes
August 5, 2016
U.S. Army Reserve soldiers with the 387th Quartermaster Company (Mortuary Affairs), based in Los Angeles, place an American flag on a transfer case containing simulated human remains at the Theater Mortuary Evacuation Point, during Mortuary Affairs Exercise 16-02, July 22, at Fort Pickett, Va. MAX 16-02 included all six U.S. Army Reserve Mortuary Affairs units performing search and recovery missions and operating Mortuary Affairs Collection Points and a Theater Mortuary Evacuation Point. The units were evaluated by active-duty mortuary affairs personnel from nearby Fort Lee, Va. (U.S. Army photo by Timothy L. Hale)(Released)

Military Police instructor, Special agent saves man’s life from overdose
August 5, 2016
Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Jonathan Zoerhof, a Criminal Investigation Division agent from Holland, Mich., saved a man's life in a Charleston, S.C. Wal-Mart parking lot, Saturday July 30. Zoerhof said he found the man laying on the ground, with no pulse and blue lips. After administering 60 chest compressions, Zoerhof felt the man's heart begin to beat. The man was released from the hospital that day. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Audrey Hayes)

Army Reserve Medical Logistics Officer Receives MacArthur Leadership Award
August 5, 2016
The Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Mark A. Milley and James Wofford of the Gen. MacArthur Foundation hosts the 27th Gen. Douglas MacArthur Leadership award ceremony  the Pentagon auditorium in Washington D.C., June 1, 2016.  (U.S. Army photo by Eboni Everson-Myart)

Winners Selected in U.S. Army Reserve's "Go Wild" Digital Photo Contest
August 4, 2016
Michael Strauss, an Environmental Protection and Compliance Specialist at Parks Reserve Forces Training Area, was in the perfect place in Dublin, California to snap a shot of a stern burrowing owl in "Keep Away," one of the winners of the "Go Wild" Digital Photography Contest, hosted by U.S. Army Reserve Sustainability Programs.

Army Reserve participates in 11th Annual Arlington Heights National Night Out
August 4, 2016
Sukanya Narayan, left, India, pauses for a photo with Army Reserve Maj. Lawrence Reid, Resource Management Officer, 85th Support Command, next to a Humvee during the Arlington Heights’ National Night Out community police event, August 2, 2016. Narayan asked to take a photo with Reid to send to her brother in India who served in India’s army. Narayan said she respects those who wear the uniform and serve their country.
(U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Aaron Berogan/Released)

U.S. Army Reserve Family Programs integral part of deployment process for Soldiers, Families
August 4, 2016
Soldiers and Families gathered for the 99th Regional Support Command Yellow Ribbon event at the Weston Tyson Corner hotel in Falls Church, Va., June 10-12. Yellow Ribbon, a Department of Defense effort, promotes Soldiers and families by connecting them to community partners and with resources throughout the deployment cycle. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Christina M. Dion)

Army Reserve Sustainment Command Soldiers part of joint task force to inventory weapons and parts
August 3, 2016
Pictured is a small group of the taskforce selected by Defense Logistics Agency Distribution Center to conduct wall-to-wall inventory in preparation for audit readiness later this year. (Left to right) Sgt. Jason Brothers, a military policeman with the 450th Military Police Detachment in Birmingham, Alabama and Soldiers with the Army Reserve Sustainment Command also in Birmingham: Staff Sgt. Kareem Hill, unit supply specialist, Sgt. 1st Class Tammy Binder, human resources specialist and Sgt. 1st Class Bobby Hill, automated logistics specialist. The taskforce successfully completed the wall-to-wall inventory on July 28.

Double Eagle 8-1-2016
August 3, 2016
Double Eagle

94th Training Command welcomes Lopez as new commander, bids farewell to Ainsworth
August 2, 2016
Brig. Gen. Hector Lopez addresses the 94th Training Division (Force Sustainment) for the first time as their incoming commander during a change of command ceremony in Dodge Hall at Fort Lee, Va. on July 23, 2016.  Outgoing commander Brig. Gen. Steven Ainsworth also spoke after officially relinquishing command of the 94th. The 94th provides world class training in the career management fields of Ordnance, Transportation, Quartermaster, and Human Resources, ensuring all service members are properly trained, fed, supplied, and maintained.

Lieutenant General Luckey visits TTC-Fort Dix
August 2, 2016
Master Sgt. Christopher Fabian, course manager for Tactical Training Center Dix, gives Lieutenant General Charles D. Luckey, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve, a brief run-down of his classroom's capabilities, including the training booth which allows students to gain practical experience in everything from basic plumbing to electrical wiring installation. Luckey met with more than a dozen students and instructors from the second phase of the 80th Training Command's carpentry and masonry specialist course during during Luckey's visit to Fort Dix, N.J. July 16, 2016.