63rd RSC News

US Army Reserve Soldiers Check Out Miles Gear.

Story by SGT T Matthew O'Neill II on 08/09/2018

Warehouse specialist William Weekley shared how the TASC assists in keeping Reserve Soldiers lethal.

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911 What's Your Emergency?

Story by Thomas Moore on 08/09/2018
Dispatchers at DES make sure emergency services get where they are needed promptly by answering phones and monitoring systems to help keep everyone safe.
Lawrence Modjeska, a public safety dispatcher receives all kinds of calls, from the ordinary to the extraordinary.
"We take all of the routine calls that would come in for police, fire, [general] questions, and all of the emergency calls coming in whether it was a traffic accident, injury, hazardous condition, light pole down, hazmat spill, we get all of those calls."
The biggest challenge Modjeska faces are emergency calls from the Red Cross when there is a family emergency for a specific soldier who is temporarily training at Fort McCoy.
"Typically Red Cross will call here, saying they have an emergency message for a soldier somewhere on Fort McCoy. We have to do all the research to try and find [that] soldier. Sometimes we strike it easy and we can get the message to them in minutes," Modjeska said.
"But there are times it has taken hours of research trying to track a person down," he continued. "If we had a constantly updated list of people that are training here and where, so that we could contact them," would make Modjeska's job a lot easier.
Modjeska understands that training is the most important focus for the various military personnel that are here.
"If something comes up regardless of whether it is an emergency, or a rather routine damage to a government vehicle, we are going to get people on it to get it taken care of so they can continue their training because that is what they are here for."
If you call 9-1-1 on Fort McCoy you might get to talk to Modjeska.
"9-1-1 what's your emergency."
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Firefighters Prepare Training For The U.S. Army Reserve

Story by SSG Samuel Chen on 08/09/2018

Fort McCoy Station Chief Hunter Young provided guidance to firefighters on employing their Oshkosh Striker 12, referred to as Crash 12 by the team, during their preparations.

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Firefighters Maintain Response Readiness

Story by SGT John Berry on 08/09/2018

Due to high-intensity operations with flammable materials and explosive ordinance, all training operations require fire safety considerations, and with access to a large variety of simulators the Fort McCoy Fire Department prepares to support that demand.

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63rd RSC Info

About US

Mission and Vision

MISSION: The 63d Regional Support Command provides base operations and mission administrative, and logistical support to enable commanders and units to maximize resources and focus on readiness, training, mobilizing, and deploying.

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Government Travel Information

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.

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General Inquiries: 800-479-7706

Media Inquiries: 650-526-9567

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Career

In addition to salary and bonuses, the Army provides for housing, meals and uniforms for Army ReserveSoldiers on active duty status.

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