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Archive: 2022

PODCAST: Navigating Gray Area Retirements
September 14, 2022

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.

9/11 changed career path for Army Reserve officer
September 13, 2022
Maj. Timothy Booker, left, and Maj. Rebecca Spohr look over a document at the 85th U.S Army Reserve Support Command’s Inspector General office, September 11, 2022.

U.S. military forces join counterparts from other nations for Exercise Cartwheel 2022 on Fiji
September 13, 2022
Exercise Cartwheel 2022

Army Reserve senior enlisted leaders grow their force at three-day summit
September 13, 2022
Master Sgt. Laroy Warren, right, G-1 Mobilization Cell Non-commissioned Officer-in-Charge, 85th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command, discusses mobilization manpower with command sergeants major during the 85th USARSC’S Command Sergeants Major Training Summit, September 9-11, 2022.

Junghahn takes command of Medical Support Unit - Europe
September 13, 2022
Junghahn takes command of Medical Support Unit - Europe

JBLM Army Reserve Center memorialized
September 13, 2022
Sgt. James J. Holtom

Ready Now! Shaping Tomorrow…
September 13, 2022
143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) conducted a SRP at its headquarters in Orlando, Fla.

A legacy of honor: Army Reserve chief warrant officer 5 appointed as honorary Navy chief petty officer
September 8, 2022
RICHMOND, Virginia (July 29th, 2022) Navy Reserve Force Master Chief (FORCM) Tracy Hunt places a Navy Chief combination cover on Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 Phillip M. Brashear, son of the late Master Chief Master Diver Carl Brashear during his appointment as an Honorary Navy Chief Petty Officer. The appointment was held in conjunction with CW5 Brashear’s retirement ceremony celebrating his 40 years of military service at the Frank B. Lotts Conference Center onboard Defense Supply Center in Richmond, Virginia on July 29th, 2022. CW5 Brashear was appointed as an Honorary Navy Chief Petty Officer by the Master Chief Petty officer (MCPON) of the Navy Russell Smith for his relentless dedication to the United States Navy. Over the course of 17 years, CW5 Brashear inspired Sailors and members of the Chiefs Mess to keep pushing forward in the face of adversity, volunteering his service to the Navy, and accepting responsibility beyond the call of printed assignment.. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Alexa Trafton)

Civil affairs veterinarian participates in Exercise Shared Accord 22 in South Africa
September 8, 2022
Civil affairs veterinarian participates in Exercise Shared Accord 22 in South Africa