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.
Brigadier General Stephen K. Curda
Brigadier General (BG)Stephen Curdais the Commander of the 9th Mission Support Command, Fort Shafter, Hawaii. Since his commissioning, Brigadier General Curda has served in a variety of command and staff positions in many diverse locations, including Platoon Leader in 2 ID, Republic of Korea, Company Commander in Ft. Davis, Panama, S-3 in Ft. Hood, TX, and duty in Soto Cano AB, Honduras. He also served as the 45th Infantry Brigade (Separate), S-4 Logistics Officer and Chemical Officer. As part of the 350th Civil Affairs Command, Brigadier General Curda participated in numerous joint exercises in Central and South America. Brigadier General Curda has commanded at every echelon from company, battalion, brigade and previous general officer level command as the Commander of the 351st Civil Affairs Command, in Mountain View, California, where his units were responsible for Civil Affairs support activities across U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM).