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88th Regional Support Command Equipment Concentration Site - 67 personnel, Aaron White (far right) checks the assembly progress during a training exercise on the operation and maintenance of a Dry Span Support Bridge at the soon to be established Draw Yard at ECS-67 on Fort McCoy, Wis., May 5.

88th Regional Support Command Equipment Concentration Site - 67 personnel, Aaron White (top) checks the assembly progress during a training exercise on the operation and maintenance of a Dry Span Support Bridge at the soon to be established Draw Yard at ECS-67 on Fort McCoy, Wis., May 5.

88th Regional Support Command Equipment Concentration Site - 67 personnel, Heath Thornsen operates a Dry Support Bridge, a new-generation tactical military bridging system, at the soon to be established Draw Yard at ECS-67 on Fort McCoy, Wis., May 5.

88th Regional Support Command Equipment Concentration Site - 67 personnel, Heath Thornsen (left) and Aaron White (right) check the assembly progress during a training exercise on the operation and maintenance of a Dry Span Support Bridge at the soon to be established Draw Yard at ECS-67 on Fort McCoy, Wis., May 5.

Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Reinert, 88th RSC commanding general, explains what the stars on his patch means to a classroom of military children during the Yellow Ribbon Event in Bloomington, Minn., May 7. “Soldier Speak”, an 88th RSC Yellow Ribbon Program highlight, allows children of military families an opportunity to ask a Soldier questions and share concerns, challenges and stories. The children ranged in age from six to twelve years old. Reinert met the children’s curiosity with openness and honesty, sharing his own personal experiences and encouraging the children to talk about their concerns as well as their accomplishments. Reinert also presented each military child with an “All American Hero” award during a children’s program in honor of their unique strengths and sacrifices.

Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Reinert, 88th RSC commanding general, answers a question about deployment during the Yellow Ribbon Event in Bloomington, Minn., May 7. “Soldier Speak”, an 88th RSC Yellow Ribbon Program highlight, allows children of military families an opportunity to ask a Soldier questions and share concerns, challenges and stories. The children ranged in age from six to twelve years old. Reinert met the children’s curiosity with openness and honesty, sharing his own personal experiences and encouraging the children to talk about their concerns as well as their accomplishments. Reinert also presented each military child with an “All American Hero” award during a children’s program in honor of their unique strengths and sacrifices.

Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Reinert, 88th RSC commanding general, speaks with military children during the Yellow Ribbon Event in Bloomington, Minn., May 7. “Soldier Speak”, an 88th RSC Yellow Ribbon Program highlight, allows children of military families an opportunity to ask a Soldier questions and share concerns, challenges and stories. The children ranged in age from thirteen to eighteen years old. Reinert met the children’s curiosity with openness and honesty, sharing his own personal experiences and encouraging the children to talk about their concerns as well as their accomplishments. Reinert also presented each military child with an “All American Hero” award during a children’s program in honor of their unique strengths and sacrifices.



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