May 8, 2017 (Edition 2, Volume 1)
That the Joint Travel Regulations (JTR) allows the traveler to provide a statement in lieu of actual receipts when it is impossible to furnish the actual receipts. The statement must include explanation of the circumstances and must contain information such as the service provider, date of service rendered, itemized cost, total amount due and total amount due that was paid. Any questions on the policy, contact your Approving Official/Reviewing Official or the command Lead Defense Travel Administrator for more details.
MG Brian Alvin is a Distinguished Military Graduate of Northern Illinois University, and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant, Chemical Corps, in May 1984. BG Alvin began his military career in June 1984 at Fort McClellan, Alabama in the Chemical Corps Officer Basic Course.
Support and enhance Army Reserve Force Program structure through stationing units in appropriate facilities/activities/centers within the 63D RSC's area of operation. Responsible for integration of all supported actions and requirements necessary to execute the United States Army Reserve Component Army Reserve Force Actions.
Child, Youth & School Services (CYSS) has a range of quality programs to help Army Families meet their parental challenges and maintain their mission readiness. Whenever you need it and wherever you are, CYSS is prepared to make life better for Army Reserve Families.
CYS Services helps geographically dispersed Soldiers and Families find affordable childcare and youth supervision options within local communities. Provide and connect Soldier & Families to school-age and youth command/unit events, school-age and youth community-based partnership events, school support services, and community-based resources. CYSS also has opportunities for youth volunteers for example: Army Reserve Teen Panel Member, Command Teen Councils Member, Youth, Leadership, Education and Development Summits, assist with FRG, Family Days, Battle Assembly Snack area and many more.
The US Army Reserve Psychological Health Program serves to enhance resilience and assist with recovery of US Army Reserve service members and their families through outreach, education and training, non-stigmatizing behavioral health screenings and referral resources. The Program provides support for psychological health concerns to ensure service members and their families are psychologically ready and resilient to carry out their mission. We connect geographically dispersed service members and their families with relevant resources within their community.
A competitor heads toward the next event after finishing a 10-kilometer foot march at the 2016 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition at Fort Bragg, N.C., May 4, 2016. This year's Best Warrior Competition determines the top noncommissioned officer and junior enlisted Soldier who will represent the U.S. Army Reserve in the Department of the Army Best Warrior Competition later this year. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Tynisha L. Daniel)