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LTG Charles D Luckey addresses concerns about the requirements for Ready Force X.
Three Army Reserve Soldiers respond to auto accident
From left to right, Staff Sgt. Michael Bradley, Capt. John King and Staff Sgt. Jonathan Harper pose for a photo outside a warfighter exercise at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania. The trio rushed to the aid of fellow citizens after a three vehicle crash on Interstate 81, Sept. 30.
Oct. 11, 2019 - Three Army Reserve Soldiers, with Phoenix’s 492nd Civil Affairs Battalion, were participating in an exercise at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, when after the days training they came upon an auto accident.

USACAPOC Soldier remains ‘humbled’ to represent the Army Reserve
A photo of Sgt. Mirna M. Averruz, A Co., 404th Civil Affairs Battalion, is shown in the latest issue of the Army Reserve’s Warrior Citizen magazine.
Oct. 8, 2019 - The Army Reserve still uses marketing photos featuring Sgt. Mirna M. Averruz - along with Soldiers from other commands - from a July 2017 photo shoot. Recently, one of the pictures appeared on the inside back page of the latest issue of the Army Reserve’s magazine, Warrior Citizen.

New Civil Affairs Soldier follows family tradition
From left to right, Staff Sgt. Edward French, Pvt. Peter Meyer, and Spc. Ben Marinchek, Civil Affairs Specialists with Company A, 414th Civil Affairs Battalion, record the results of Marinchek’s M240B machine gun qualification table at Fort Custer, MI on September 14, 2019.
Oct. 2, 2019 - Pvt. Peter Meyer, a Civil Affairs Specialist with Company A, 414th Civil Affairs Battalion, in Southfield Michigan, didn’t know exactly what to expect on the morning of September 14th, 2019. He was attending his first Battle Assembly since completing Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training.

CIMIC teams find common ground in Rapid Trident 19
In front of a computerized tomography (CT) scanner, Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC) teams comprised of Ukraine and U.S. service members from Civil Affairs units review new equipment Sept. 18 at a hospital near Yavoriv, Ukraine, during Rapid Trident 2019. The CIMIC teams toured facilities that provide key public services such as water, electricity and viable life support. RT19 is an annual, multinational exercise, which involves approximately 3,700 personnel from 14 nations, that supports joint combined interoperability among the partner militaries of Ukraine and the United States, as well as Partnership for Peace nations and NATO allies. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Eddie Siguenza.)
Oct. 2, 2019 - Dust rose on a dirt road as a convoy of vehicles filled with multinational service members drove to a water pumping station on Sept. 17, 2019, near Yavoriv, Ukraine, with the purpose of establishing a strong relationship with the civilians who provide fresh water to more than 7,000 Ukrainians in the surrounding area.

Civil Affairs Soldiers conduct M240B training
An Army Reserve Soldier assigned to Alpha Company, 414th Civil Affairs Battalion conducts training with the M240B machine gun, Sept. 14, 2019, Fort Custer, Michigan. The Soldiers worked in pairs of gunners and assistant gunners to quickly and accurately identify and engage targets. (U.S. Army Reserve Photo By Sgt. James Lefty Larimer)
Sept. 26, 2019 - Army Reserve Soldiers assigned to Alpha Company, 414th Civil Affairs Battalion conduct training with the M240B machine gun, Sept. 14, 2019, at Fort Custer, Michigan.
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