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Army Reserve, Ups Sign Private Public Partnership Agreement

Story by SSG Shawn Morris on 12/08/2017

The memorandum encourages UPS to recruit, select and hire eligible Army Reserve Soldiers, family members and veterans.

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Inaugural Competition Tests Ohio Students' Cybersecurity Skills

Story by Stephanie Beougher on 12/07/2017

"We've been determined to protect ourselves from the growing threats of cyberattacks, and help local governments, schools and universities to fend off these criminal invasions of our privacy and security," Gov. Kasich said.

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Army Reserve Public Affairs In Dsca Operations

The emergency created by Category 4 Hurricane Maria in the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico, Sept. 20, 2017, allowed PAOs to truly demonstrate the value they add to the mission, especially to the Army Reserve 1st Mission Support Command, headquartered in Fort Buchanan.

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Army Reserve Soldiers Help Girl Scouts Learn About Robots

Story by LTC Jefferson Wolfe on 12/05/2017

SEMBACH, Germany Soldiers of the 773rd Civil Support Team took their survey robot to Sembach Middle School on Sembach Kaserne Dec. 4 to help the Girl Scouts earn their robotics patch.

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Uso Serves Soldiers In Puerto Rico

Story by SPC Anthony Martinez on 12/01/2017

Bruce Kmiec, Director of USO Delaware, one of the two officials that traveled to set up USO centers in Puerto Rico, explained the mission of the organization in the Caribbean island.

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Uso Serves Soldiers In Puerto Rico

Story by SPC Anthony Martinez on 11/26/2017

"The mission of USO here is to bring a sense of home to the Soldiers who are out working in the devastated areas of Puerto Rico doing recovery missions. They can come home, to tent city, get a little rest and relaxation to reset their clocks, so they can feel more valued and refreshed. It means a lot to them and they can go back out to the field feeling revived," said Kmiec.

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63rd RSC Cg, Local Nonprofit Honor Veterans

Story by SGT Lena Wakayama on 11/21/2017
SAN BRUNO, Calif. The flags representing various branches of the U.S. military flapped gently in the breeze alongside the POW/MIA and American flags as veterans, family members and supporters look on. Miniature replicas of Old Glory sit tucked in the back of worn caps and wave enthusiastically in the hands of audience members as speakers address the crowd during the Veterans Day observance event hosted by The Avenue of Flags Committee at Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, CA., Nov. 11.
Maj. Gen. Brian E. Alvin, commanding general, 63rd Regional Support Command was invited by the Committee, a nonprofit organization in support of Golden Gate National Cemetery, to be a guest speaker at the event.
"I'm humbled today, to be among so many veterans, community leaders, and those who care so much about our brother and sisters in uniform," he said, nodding toward the men and women seated before him. "I want to recognize that we are not alone today; we are taking a moment with the rest of this great nation of Americans to remember our veterans."
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, as of a 2016 survey, there are approximately 18.5 million veterans in the country. Alvin said that it is imperative that the service and sacrifice of veterans are never overlooked or forgotten.
That recognition took tangible form as Alvin, alongside Mikhail I. Venikov, an Army veteran and founder of the nonprofit organization called Ranger Road, presented lapel pins and decals to members of the audience who had served in the Vietnam War.
The Vietnam Veteran Lapel Pin was created to present to veterans who served between
Nov. 1, 1955 and May 15, 1975, according to Kathleen McCall, the director of The Avenue of Flags Committee and the event's master of ceremonies. These pins are presented to Vietnam veterans around the country in similar ceremonies.
The ceremony also included performances by the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps Band of the West and Color Guard, the Ragazzi Young Men's Ensemble, and Spc. Rebecca Shaw, a bagpiper with the 191st Army Band and bagpiper.
"It is a privilege to be with all of you today, and to thank both the millions of soldiers who served and continue to serve, and the many millions of Americans who make our service possible," Alvin said.
McCall echoed those sentiments as the ceremony closed, saying, "This day is about you and honoring your service, your contributions and sacrifice. We are the nation we are because of you."
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U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers Exercise Civil-Military Operations In Austere Environment

Story by SPC Daisy Zimmer on 11/19/2017

The focus of the exercise, led by Headquarters and Headquarters Company, is to set up and validate a communications center for a CMOC, allowing civil affairs operations to continue seamlessly despite austere environments far from civilization and resources.

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Honoring A Presidential Legacy

Story by Zachary Mott on 11/18/2017

"We remember what an extraordinary man President Garfield was and his service to education, the military and our country, all of which are showcased in this memorial," said Mark Druckenbrod, the president of the Lake View Cemetery Foundation, the cemetery where Garfield's all public-funded memorial sits.

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French Town Dedicates Wwii Memorial To 103rd Infantry

Story by SFC John Freese on 11/15/2017

SCHERWILLER, France The people of this Alsatian community near the German border honored American Army veterans of the Second World War.

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