Behind the curtains. We are Soldiers, trained by Soldiers. Every single Soldier is taught by another who went before them. It is an honor for us to serve. It is also an honor to mentor those who serve. The world and warfare has evolved. Information is weaponized. Maneuvering the battlefield becomes more complicated everyday and the demands for civil-military operators and information capabilities increase. To prepare for the challenge, we rely on previous real-world experience as well as challenging simulated environments, such as the National Training Center. Designed to portray near-peer threats that include conventional forces, insurgents, criminal activity, humanitarian crisis and civilians on the battlefield. Designed for Soldiers to win, to fail, to learn, to grow, and to focus. Designed to build cohesive teams and develop talented leaders. Designed to strengthen U.S. forces. U.S. Army trainers responsible for overseeing information related capabilities including Information Operations, Civil Affairs, Psychological Operations and other capabilities are consolidated under the “Ghost Team” at NTC. If you are interested in becoming an Observer, Coach / Trainer for Ghost Team email ntc.ghostteam@gmail.com
Part of video content series featuring Army Reserve Soldiers and showcasing different backgrounds and paths to service. SPC Ayriss Torres, 351st CACOM, 405th CA BN.
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.
Rewriting The Script: Army Reserve Civil Affairs Soldiers Sharpen Skills During Exercise Combined Resolve 18
Spc. Tony Kosgei, a civil affairs specialist with C Co/418th Civil Affairs Battalion and Master Sgt. Marius Tudorache, a Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC) non-commissioned officer with the 1st CIMIC, Romanian Land Forces, conducted a key leader engagement with role players during Exercise Combined Resolve 18 here on May 4, 2023. Combined Resolve 18 breaks through all barriers of systems, processes, and human and linguistic boundaries allowing partners and allies to conduct operations as one team.
May 8, 2023 - Chilled winds gusted through a mock village as a dark orange pickup truck leads a convoy of four non-tactical vehicles. The grumbling sound of nearby engines caused the heads of curious role players to turn towards the road...

SETAF-AF civil affairs Soldiers team with Armed Forces of Liberia
U.S. Army civil affairs Soldiers assigned to SETAF-AF conducted a civil military cooperation (CIMIC) and medical capabilities assessment with the Armed Forces of Liberia 24-28 Apr., 2023 in Monrovia, Liberia. The engagement represents the first in a series of engagements aimed at increasing partner capacity. (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Joe Legros)
May 5, 2023 - U.S. Army civil affairs Soldiers assigned to the 450th Civil Affairs Battalion and 352nd Civil Affairs Command, U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa (SETAF-AF), conducted a civil military coordination and medical...

Operation Toy Drop is back!
Brig. Gen. Dean Thompson (center), commanding general – 353rd Civil Affairs Command, looks on as Maj. Gen. Isaac Johnson, Jr. (left), commanding general, U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) exchanges greetings with one of the allied partner jump masters during the Randy Older Memorial Operation Toy drop 2.0, a combined airborne training event at Fort Bragg, NC, held from 4-12 DEC 2022 and designed to increase joint airborne proficiency while enhancing community relations.
Dec. 23, 2022 - FORT BRAGG, N.C. – Muffled laughter, excited chatter and the soft thud of toys hitting cardboard filled the crisp early morning air at Sicily drop zone as paratroopers from across the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological...

International partners bring together training and toys at USACAPOC(A)
Paratroopers from across Fort Bragg and the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) donated over 1,500 toys to benefit local children during the 2022 Randy Owen Memorial Toy Drop 2.0, a combined airborne training event at Fort Bragg, NC from 5-12 December, 2022.
Dec. 13, 2022 - A legacy continued at U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) as they once again gathered for the 2022 Randy Oler Memorial Toy Drop 2.0 here, Dec. 4-13, 2022...

Rice University’s Baker Institute partnership brings light to USACAPOC(A)
Maj. Gen. Isaac Johnson, Jr., commanding general, U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne), signs the Memorandum of Understanding sealing a partnership between Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy and USACAPOC(A), in the office of former United States Secretary of State and White House Chief of Staff James Baker, III, at the Baker Institute, Houston, Texas, on November 28, 2022. The MOU is aimed at providing additional training opportunities to the U.S. Army Reserve’s Military Government Specialists (38G). (US Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Lisa M Litchfield)
Dec. 6, 2022 - Surrounded by historical documents, photos, and memorabilia in the office of former United States Secretary of State and White House Chief of Staff James Baker, III, at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy,...

2nd Psychological Operations Group Welcomes New Commander
Soldiers of 2nd Psychological Operations Group congratulate and welcome incoming commander Col. Lawrence E. Williams who took command of the group on November 5, 2022, at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH. (US Army Photo Sgt. First Class Kevin Rayan)
Nov. 25, 2022 - “The change of command is a traditional ceremony, rich in symbolism and heritage.” With those words, the change of command between outgoing 2nd Psychological Operations Group (2POG) commander Col. James C. Slaughter, and...

USARC summit highlights modern training shift
Col. Kelly Johnson, G3, 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support), brings his unit's capabilities into focus during the U.S. Army Reserve Command Training Summit held 27-29 July, 2022 at the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations headquarters, Fort Bragg, NC. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Lisa M. Litchfield)
Oct. 5, 2022 - Alignment of the U.S. Army Reserve Command’s training line of effort with the operational and readiness lines of effort was the focus of the USAR Enterprise Collective Training Summit held earlier this summer at the U.S. Army...

492nd Civil Affairs Battalion conducts Rising Phoenix Battalion March, Marche Internationale de Diekirch
A dodecuplet of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers with the 492nd Civil Affairs Battalion march in unison during the Marche Internationale de Diekirch (MID) event in Buckeye, Arizona on September 18, 2022. The 492nd CAB conducted the MID event in order to build camaraderie and foster unit cohesion, and incentivizing completion with the MID award. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Hernandez)
Sept. 23, 2022 - In a continuous effort to build its esprit de corps and culture, U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers of the 492nd Civil Affairs Battalion (CA BN) in Buckeye, Arizona, conducted a road march event as part of a new yearly tradition on...

Realistic training yields real results for Civil Affairs
U.S. Army Soldiers from the 426th Civil Affairs Battalion, 351st Civil Affairs Command, USACAPOC, huddle together to give a unit cheer after successfully conducting a comprehensive simulated training exercise designed to test their ability to assess a village and engage key leaders August 27, 2022, in Junction City, a part of the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif. The National Training Center at Fort Irwin regularly hosts U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard troops who utilize the simulated villages, training areas and ranges to create realistic and relevant training events. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Elizabeth O. Bryson)
Sept. 23, 2022 - U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 426th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne), 351st Civil Affairs Command, United States Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (USACAPOC), based out of Upland, California,...

Civil Affairs BN Builds Foundations at NTC
A U.S. Army non-commissioned officers from the 426th Civil Affairs Battalion, 351st Civil Affairs Command, USACAPOC, give feedback to a Soldier during a training scenario meant to test radio etiquette and reporting abilities August 27, 2022, in Junction City, a part of the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif.  Soldiers identified what they saw in a makeshift sand table and then used live radios to call in SALUTE reports to their peers; SALUTE reports are relayed over the radio during a patrol or mission in order to inform the chain of command of an encountered enemy’s size, activity, location and unit, as well as the time of the incident and any equipment the enemy might have. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Elizabeth O. Bryson)
Sept. 21, 2022 - U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 426th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne), 351st Civil Affairs Command, United States Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (USACAPOC), honed their warrior tasks and skills...
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Brig. Gen. Christopher J. Dziubek
Commanding General, 351st Civil Affairs Command
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Command Sgt. Maj. Ryan T. Bodmer
Command Sergeant Major, 351st Civil Affairs Command
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