151st Theater Information Operations Group

MISSION

On order, the 151st Theater Information Operations Group deploys modular and tailorable Information Operations forces worldwide in order to gain and maintain information dominance by conducting Information Warfare in the Information Environment.

Globally engaged, the 151st TIOG is the Army Reserve Information Operations force provider to EUCOM, AFRICOM, CENTCOM, SOUTHCOM and USCC. Since the establishment of the TIOGs in 2009, the demand signal for IO support to theater activities and operations has increased by eight fold. The 151st TIOG executes six recurring FTNs, participates in up to 24 exercises annually, and continues to increase capability and capacity to support increased demand. With information newly established as a Joint Function and ARCYBERs recent declaration of Training Readiness Oversight (TRO) over all IO forces, Information Warfare rapidly evolves. 151st TIOG stands ready and available to meet current and future requirements.

Civil outreach strengthens relationships during Pacific Pathways Exercise Cartwheel
U.S. Army Capt. Devin Devries, who serves in the 351st Civil Affairs Command, as a civil affairs officer, goes through a practical exercise with students on the importance of proper hand washing during a civil and community outreach activity at Ululbau District School in Labasa, Fiji, July 31, 2019. Bilateral exercises, such as Exercise Cartwheel, strengthen our nations' capabilities to respond to crisis situations. The U.S. Army is committed to maintaining a long lasting relationship with its Fijian partners in the Pacific. (U.S. Army Photo by 1st Lt. Mark Sagvold)
Aug. 2, 2019 - Primary school children welcomed the visiting team of U.S. Army civil affairs Soldiers Aug. 1, 2019, to their schools around Labasa, Fiji as a part of the community outreach portion of the Pacific Pathways Exercise Cartwheel 2019.

Soldier's birthday goes up in smoke while training at Fort McCoy
Spc. Alexandra Vanoverbeke, a U.S. Army Reserve psychological operations specialist with the 13th Psychological Operations Battalion, from Arden Hills, Minnesota, poses for a photo shortly after working through the training lanes for a combat lifesaver course at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, July 18, 2019. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. David Graves)
July 31, 2019 - Spc. Alexandra Vanoverbeke spent her 24th birthday with her hands covered in blood. The smoke of birthday candles was far from her mind as she peered through thick smoke rising from a nearby vehicle explosion. “Ricky! Ricky, can you hear me!?” she shouted into the dense scene in front of her.

USACAPOC Soldiers immerse themselves in the French language
His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, left, shakes hands with SPC Danielle Arristide, center, during the Language Immersion Program in France last week as other USACAPOC(A) Soldiers gather around. The Language Immersion Program event is a USAID-led and developed interagency program. (Photo by official Palace photographer, Mr. Gaetan Luci)
July 30, 2019 - Army Reserve Soldiers from United States Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) enhanced their ability to speak French during the USAID-led and developed Interagency Language Immersion Program.

Combat lifesaver course brings new challenges for Soldiers
Capt. Sean Flanagan, a U.S. Army Reserve officer with the 319th Psychological Operations Company, 13th PSYOP Battalion, poses for a portrait after completing a medical training exercise at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, July 18, 2019. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. Nicholas De La Pena)
July 25, 2019 - With uniforms stripped of name tapes, rank, and unit patches, U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 13th Psychological Operations Battalion based out of Arden Hills, Minnesota, tested their combat medical skills in a culminating training lane under simulated combat conditions at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, July 18, 2019.

Soldiers refresh combat lifesaving skills
Spc. Ayanfe Afelumo, a U.S. Army Reserve Soldier from the 13th Psychological Operation Battalion, poses for a portrait near simulated smoke at the Medical Simulation Training Center during a combat lifesaver course at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, July 18, 2019. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. Brigitte Morgan)
July 22, 2019 - Every Soldier who graduates from Army basic training is trained and proficient in basic warrior tasks. However, without practice these skills become perishable. In the case of combat lifesaving, it could mean life or death on the battlefield.

Cancer survivor rucks 150 miles to raise funds for pediatric cancer
After beating a brain tumor, Spc. Shayn Lindquist, an Army Reserve civil affairs soldier, organized a 150-mile ruck march to raise more than $3000 toward pediatric cancer charities. (Photo Credit: Courtesy photo)
July 12, 2019 - For a civil affairs Army Reserve Soldier, beating cancer was the first step in a 150-mile ruck march to raise money for pediatric cancer.

Command Sgt. Maj. honors father in Guam as 75th Anniversary “Liberation of Guam, 1944” approaches
GUAM - Command Sgt. Maj. Patrick McDonald renders a salute along Asan Beach where is father, Senior Navy Corpsman Roy McDonald, was wounded 75 years earlier in the invasion of Guam. (Photo by Command Sgt. Maj. Patrick McDonald, 322nd Civil Affairs Brigade, Fort Shafter Flats, Honolulu, Hawaii)
July 12, 2019 - For Command Sgt. Maj. Patrick McDonald of the 322nd Civil Affairs Brigade based out of Fort Shafter Flats, Honolulu, Hawaii, a routine training mission in Guam is more than just training, it is a chance to personally reconnect with the island’s WWII history in ways few are given the opportunity.  Joining the Navy in the late 1940s, McDonald’s father, Senior Navy Corpsman Roy McDonald, was the senior medic on the beach tending to Marines who were with him through Bougainville and Guadalcanal campaigns.

U.S. Soldiers participate in Freedom Festival
A Polish family takes a selfie with a U.S. Soldier as Soldiers interact with the Polish community during Freedom Festival in Warsaw, Poland, July 6, 2019. Freedom Festival is an event celebrating the United States independence and Poland's first free democratic election and was hosted by the United States Embassy. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt Kyle Larsen)
July 8, 2019 - People of all ages and cultural backgrounds came together to experience the festivities of the Freedom Festival in Warsaw, Poland, July 6, 2019. Freedom Festival is an annual event hosted by the U.S. Embassy meant to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Polish-American relations, the 30th year anniversary of the parliamentary elections of 1989 and the Independence Day of the United States.

Army Reserve Soldiers Set Interservice Records
Army Reserve Soldiers set a number of new Rifle Interservice records, a match hosted at Marine Corps Base Quantico and now in its 58th year and open to all members of the United States military. This includes a new Reserve record in the Commanding General, MCCDC (Marine Corps Combat Development Command) Team Match and Post or Station Team.

In front, from left, Sgt. Maj. Doug Withus (1st Special Forces Command), Sgt. Maj. James Mauer (ARCD), Col. Chris Baer (Office of the Chief of Transportation), Sgt. Joseph Hall (ARCD), Sgt. 1st Class Dan Dorosheff (ARCD).

Middle row, from left, Spc. Sam Henderson (318th PSYOP Company), Staff Sgt. John Bonjour (89th Sustainment BDE, 451 ESC), Staff Sgt. Robert Matthew Goad (USACAPOC), Spc. Dan Lowe (385th HHD TC BN), Sgt. 1st Class John Hawes (ARCD), Chief Warrant Officer Joseph Hayes (ARCD).

Back row, from left, Sgt. Keith Stephens (980th EN BN), Staff Sgt. Kristoffer Friend (ARCD), Sgt. 1st Class Adam Stauffer (1st OPS BDE, 86th DIV), Sgt. 1st Class Richard Hartley II (1-349th TSBN), Arc, Fleischer, Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Anderson (ARCD). Not pictured, Sgt. Eric Smith (872nd Support Maintenance Company).
July 3, 2019 - Army Reserve Soldiers establish new high scores at the 58th annual Interservice Rifle Championship.

CJTF-HOA, Kamenge Military Hospital partner for Ebola prevention
U.S. Army Maj. Lakesha Williams, right, public health nurse for the 403rd Civil Affairs Battalion, assigned to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA), demonstrates the use of Glo Germ, a powder that shows how germs spread, to hospital personnel at the Kamenge Military Hospital, Bujumbura, Burundi, June 18, 2019. The 403rd Civil Affairs Battalion, CJTF-HOA, and military personnel and doctors from the Kamenge Military Hospital conducted an Ebola preparedness subject matter expert exchange as a precautionary measure for personnel near the border of the Democratic Republic of Congo. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Nick Scott)
July 1, 2019 - Personnel from the 403rd Civil Affairs Battalion and Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa held a subject matter expert exchange, presentation and Ebola preparedness exercise at the Kamenge Military Hospital, Bujumbura, Burundi, June 17-22, 2019.
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