Story by MAJ Ruth Castro on 09/19/2016
At 6:15 a.m., a formation of approximately 150 U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 1st MSC, United States Army Garrison (USAG) Fort Buchanan, and other Reserve units on and near Fort Buchanan took off on a 5K run with Luckey; Brig. Gen. Alberto C. Rosende, 1st MSC commanding general; Col. Michael T. Harvey, USAG Fort Buchanan commander, and Brig. Gen. Hector Lopez, commanding general of the 94th Training Division in the lead.
Story by LTC Angela Wallace on 09/17/2016
In opening remarks, Army Reserve Medical Command commanding general, Maj. Gen. Mary E. Link, welcomed distinguished guests, service members and employers and encouraged the audience to capitalize on the opportunities the job fair provides. "Take advantage, meet everyone you can, do everything you can to help yourself and the many other veterans here Make sure to ask a lot of questions and thanks to the employers for being here," Link said.
Story by SFC Matthew Chlosta on 09/15/2016
Debra S. Wada came to the 7th MSC to meet with leaders, Soldiers and civilians to give and receive feedback on Army Reserve programs and policies and understand the Army Reserve's specific role and missions under USAREUR.
Story by Zachary Mott on 09/15/2016MINNEAPOLIS Deployments are a fact of life for anyone who chooses to live the life of a service member. Since the start of the Global War on Terrorism, Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines have been deployed to fight that fight.
Story by Sara Goodeyon on 09/14/2016
Just as Kansas City transformed from an agricultural beginning to an industrial and transportation center, so the Blue River Corridor was transformed by the needs of the city. Its rich bottom farmlands were productive and its crossings had historical significance in the nation's westward expansion. Battles were fought for those crossings in the largest civil war engagement west of the Mississippi River. In the 19th century, the Blue River became a popular place to vacation and relax. Industry followed and capitalized on the lower Blue River for the land, transportation and labor availability.