Story by Crista Mary Mack on 03/29/2019
JOINT BASE ELMENDORF RICHARDSON, Alaska The 3301st Mobilization Support Battalion, or WolfPack, mobilized recently, meaning, they went on Active Duty orders, to support the mobilization of the U.S. Army Alaska National Guard 297th Military Police Co.'s deployment preparation as well as supporting the 196th Infantry Training Brigade as they prepare the deploying Soldiers for their upcoming mission.
Story by Crista Mary Mack on 03/27/2019
This theme honors women who have shaped America's history and its future through their tireless commitment to ending discrimination against women and girls. Although their paths and personal histories were each unique, as the leaders engaged, parallel advice emerged.
Story by SSG David Overson on 03/27/2019
Master Sgt. Sonny Bautista, U.S. Army Pacific-Support Unit, 9th Mission Support Command, Army Reserve, and the non-commissioned officer in charge of the rifle range, expressed the necessity for weapons qualification in the Army Reserve.
Story by SSG David Overson on 03/21/2019
Sgt. Maj. Norene Tunstall, the acting command sergeant major for the 4960th Multi-Functional Training Brigade, started her illustrious career in 1978 at Fort Jackson, S.C. After nine years of active duty working as a personnel management specialist, the Army Reserve was her next stop where she climbed the ranks and roles often reserved for her male counterparts during a time when there weren't many females in the Army, let alone ones achieving positions of authority.
Story by Crista Mary Mack on 03/20/2019
"This day was a full day of activities, filled with classes, blocks of instructions and then actually conducting the actions trained at the same time, to make sure it is understood how to properly conduct each," said Maj. Collin McCoy, 9th Mission Support Command 'How to BA Day' planner. "The training is structured to cover the many aspects of what you encounter during a Battle Assembly and at each part we have subject matter experts to show these leaders how it's done or refresh them, so that the leaders can take it back to their companies and detachments."
Story by SSG Edwin Basa on 03/05/2019
"It allows Soldiers to test their skills that they've learned and builds confidence within them that they can do these tasks and skills in a challenging environment, so that they know, should we have to go to war, that they're trained and ready to go," said Sgt. Maj. Stuart Coupe, Operations Sgt. Maj., and competition planner.