Maj. Gen. A.C. Roper, deputy commanding general U.S. Army Reserve, talks about the value of life of every U.S. Army Reserve Soldier and the importance of reflectively listening to the concerns and needs of others.
Command Sgt. Maj. Andrew Lombardo, U.S. Army Reserve Command, speaks about the changes and implementation of the new ACFT 2.0. The U.S. Army challenges all Soldiers to pass the ACFT at the gold standard. The ACFT will strengthen our fitness culture, reduce injuries, and increase Army readiness. COVID19 has had an enormous impact on our nation and on our Soldiers. Leadership has assessed the situation and adjusted our implementation of the ACFT across the force. As a result of that assessment, we now introduce ACFT “2.0,” which will physically prepare us all for combat. ACFT 2.0 is the Army’s continuous effort to assess and evolve the ACFT by reviewing its scoring standards and alternate events. Performance data will continue to inform modifications and updates over the next few years. The Army Reserve will remain open and transparent in our scoring standards. When changes are implemented, we will provide appropriate training guidance in our doctrine. For now, no adverse administrative actions will be taken against a Soldier for failing the ACFT. This guidance is in place at least through 31 March 2022.
U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) conducts a virtual change of command from Maj. Gen. Darrell Guthrie to Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Coggin, July 6.
FAQs: COVID- 19 Vaccine
Jan. 12, 2021 - Here, Soldiers may find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the vaccine.

USACAPOC(A) Task Force Manning Program provides a pathway to opportunity
U.S. Army Reserve Command Sgt. Maj. George H. Conklin, senior enlisted adviser for the 354th Civil Affairs Brigade, and part of the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) Task Force Manning Program, provides information about opportunities in the Civil Affairs, Psychological Operations, and Information Operations career fields during the Fort Jackson Soldier For Life Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) recruiting event at the Robert B. Solomon Activity Center, Fort Jackson, S.C., on Dec. 1, 2020. The Task Force Manning Program is a recruiting initiative to recruit, retain, and qualify current active duty, Army Reserve, and National Guard service members into the Civil Affairs, Psychological Operations, and Information Operations career fields under USACAPOC(A) to fill critical vacancy shortages.
Jan. 8, 2021 - The Task Force Manning arm of the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) was on hand recently at Fort Jackson, S.C. to recruit for its Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations units.

Civil Affairs Soldiers deliver Christmas gifts, good cheer in Bucharest
Sgt. Garrett Montalvo, Civil Affairs Sgt., Civil Affairs Team 3231, 432nd Civil Affairs Battalion, Green Bay, Wis., hands Christmas presents to a small child and her grandmother here on Dec. 21. Through the combined efforts of Civil Affairs Team 3231, Office of Defense Cooperation, U.S. Embassy, 3rd Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment, Army Support Activity-Black Sea, Area Support Group-Black Sea Staff, and other Service Members at Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base, not only did 125 children receive clothing and toys, the Salvation Army was able to surpass their overall goal and reached 300 kids with Project Angel Tree this holiday season. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. H. Marcus McGill)
Dec. 28, 2020 - Civil Affairs Team 3231, 432nd Civil Affairs Battalion, Green Bay, Wisconsin, and the Romanian Salvation Army, delivered dozens of Christmas gifts to children and families around the city Dec. 21.

USACAPOC(A) Partners with 82nd Airborne Division for December Airborne Operation
A U.S. Army paratrooper navigates Sicily Drop Zone to a safe landing at Fort Bragg, N.C., Dec. 3, 2020, during non-tactical airborne operations hosted by the U.S. Army Reserve's U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) and the 82nd Airborne Division.
Dec. 23, 2020 - The U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) and the 82nd Airborne Division teamed up Dec. 3 to conduct a large-scale airborne operation to train and maintain the currency of over 170 paratroopers between the two organizations.

FAQs: COVID-19 impact to the U.S. Army Reserve
Dec. 22, 2020 - These questions have been submitted by Soldiers to various U.S. Army Reserve social media websites. Here, Soldiers may find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

Honoring USACAPOC(A) Soldier and DA Civilian achievement in the time of COVID-19 safety
U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) Commanding General, Brig. Gen. Jeffrey C. Coggin speaks during the Soldier and Department of the Army Civilian recognition award ceremony at USACAPOC(A) Headquarters on Fort Bragg, N.C., Nov. 17, 2020. The recognition award ceremony was held to recognize 12 USACAPOC(A) Soldiers and DA civilians for Federal Length of Service Awards, Honorary Awards, Retirement recognition, and military awards.
Nov. 24, 2020 - With the world turned upside down because of the COVID-19 pandemic, traditional and routine can sometimes seem like the brightest spot in the day. So was the case Tuesday, Nov. 17th as the U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers and civilian staff of United States Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) held a socially distant awards and recognition ceremony at the headquarters building.

Civil Affairs Captain serves virtually, helps doctors in Kenya
Capt. Sarah E. Ashley supports Nairobi, Kenya during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oct. 14, 2020 - Capt. Sarah E. Ashley has been in Nairobi, Kenya since January 2020 to serve as faculty for a new residency program training as an emergency specialist doctor. Her plans fell thru due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but she immediately changed direction to support the COVID-19 response in Nairobi.

413th Civil Affairs Battalion selection as 2020 ROA U.S. Army Reserve Small Unit Award
Lt. Col. Kristopher M. Erickson, commander of the 413th Civil Affairs Battalion, displays the Reserve Organization of America’s Outstanding USAR Small Unit Award, Sept. 18, in Lubbock, Texas. (U.S. Army photo by courtesy/Released)
Sept. 29, 2020 - Delta Company, 413th Civil Affairs Battalion, 321st Civil Affairs Brigade, 350th Civil Affairs Command (CACOM), has been selected to receive the Reserve Organization of America’s (ROA) Outstanding U.S. Army Reserve Small Unit Award for 2019.

351 CACOM FxSP Team Recognized with Prestigious IRT Award For Building Partnership With Community Of Unalaska
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team (FxSP) pose for a photo with Unalaska, Alaska community stakeholders during the Innovative Readiness Training Civil-Military Partnership Subject Matter Expert Assessment, Unalaska, Alasks, Aug. 27, 2020. IRT is a joint training concept that the Department of Defense (DOD) implemented to increase unit deployment readiness, leveraging the military contributions of U.S. Armed Forces capabilities, combined with local resources to build strong civil-military partnerships for communities in the contiguous United States and its territories.
Sept. 23, 2020 - The IRT 2020 Civil-Military Partnership of the Year Award is a select honor presented to those who have performed the IRT mission, embodying the values of the program, including improved readiness and building strong civil-military partnerships. The award was presented this year in a virtual event during the Joint Workshop for Operational Mission Planners to the City of Unalaska and the Qawalangin Tribe of Alaska, and the 351st Civil Affairs Command Functional Specialty Team, as recognition of the foundational civil-military relationship built under the IRT program

USACAPOC(A) Ministry Team Leverages Virtual Focus to Maximize Opportunity For Annual UMT Training
U.S. Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Monika L. Patterson and Sgt. 1st Class Shawn T. Kilgore, religious affairs specialists with the U.S. Army Civil Affairs & Psychological Operations Command, provide network support, coordination and leadership during mandatory annual Unit Ministry Team (UMT) training for chaplains and religious affairs Soldiers for USACAPOC(A) and its subordinate commands during virtual annual training, Aug. 4 – 7, 2020. USACAPOC(A) ministry teams across the U.S. took part in the advanced UMT training, designed to prepare unit team members with the tools necessary to meet the challenges of working in today’s diffused ministry environment, and enable USACAPOC(A) UMTs to meet new USARC ministry standards ahead of schedule. (U.S. Army Photo by Maj. Sean D. Delpech)
Sept. 23, 2020 - The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged the Army Reserve to think outside of the box to meet training requirements for what used to be resident, in-class training. For the U.S. Army Civil Affairs & Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) Unit Ministry Team (UMT), this challenge presented an opportunity to increase the quality of training above and beyond the expected capacity of the virtual platforms available.
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Brigadier General Isaac Johnson, Jr.
Commanding General, 351st Civil Affairs Command
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Command Sergeant Major, 351st Civil Affairs Command
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