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Base, Community Emergency Management Teams Stronger Bonds Build

The REPC is a product of the Secretary of the Air Force's Public-Public, Public-Private Partnership initiative. The community has been working this P4 initiative together since earlier in the summer during a sequence of workshops facilitated by a team from the Pentagon.

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7th MSC Soldiers Join International Partners In Nato Eadrcc's "bosna I Hercegovina 2017"

Story by CPT Jeku Arce on 09/29/2017

Soldiers from 773rd Civil Support Team, 361st Civil Affairs Brigade, and Medical Support Unit-Europe represented U.S. forces from Europe with around 1200 participants from 34 NATO and partnered countries in this exercise.

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7th MSC Chaplain Hosts Jewish New Year In Vicenza

Story by 1LT Stephanie Barnes on 09/29/2017

Chaplain Maj. Andrew Shulman, of the 7th Mission Support Command's 88th Chaplain Detachment, was mobilized from Sept. 14-27 to conduct Suicide Awareness Training for 7th MSC units in Longare, Italy and to lead worship services and fellowship events for Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year) at Caserma Ederle in Vicenza.

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Army Reserve Chaplains Train For Mortuary Mission

Story by SSG Shawn Morris on 09/27/2017

In modern times, honoring those U.S. service members who "gave the last full measure of devotion" begins at Dover Air Force Base, where the port mortuary is responsible for the repatriation of service members' remains.

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100th Bn., 442nd Inf. Reg., Veterans Bestowed France's Highest Honor

Story by SGT Jessica DuVernay on 09/26/2017
In a humbling ceremony, the Honorary Consul of France, Mr. Guillaume Maman, bestowed three veterans with the highest award recognition France gives, the Legion D'Honneur, in a quiet ceremony 21 Sep., at the Hawaii State Capitol, in the historic House Chamber.
Honored for their service to the country, Mr. (Pfc.) Harold Zenyei Afuso, H Company M, 2nd Battalion, 442nd Regimental Combat Team, Mr. (Pfc.) Tetsuo Tateishi (posthumous) accepted by his son Mr. Dale Tateishi, A Company, 100th Inf. Bn., 442nd RCT, and Mr. (Pfc.) Futao Terashima, I Company, 3rd Battalion, 442nd RCT.
All three men were part of the honored and storied Nisei Veterans, who volunteered for service, while their families were forced to remain in internment camps due to their Japanese ancestry. The country turned their backs on these men and thousands others, but these men did not do the same and fought and sacrificed alongside American Soldiers.
Maman, spoke to the men about their sacrifice: "First, allow me to say how pleased and honored I am to be with you today, and also to express the deep, sincere and eternal gratitude of France towards the United States of America."
"Throughout my country, I have seen many American cemeteries in Normandy, [and] in Epinal, where lie some of your comrades who did not return to the United States," Maman said. "Know that their memory is cherished by all the people of France. Their ultimate sacrifice was not in vain. If I am here before you, it is because soldiers like you and like them did their duty with honor."
Attendees of the ceremony included Governor David Ige, Governor, State of Hawaii; Congresswoman Colleen Hanbusa, Representative for 1st Congressional District, Hawaii; and representatives for Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, Scott Saiki, and Mazie Hirono. Each speaker honored the honorees with certificates of appreciation and leis from their respective government offices.
Also in attendance was the Color Guard of the 100th Inf. Bn., 442nd Inf. Reg., 9th MSC, led by Staff Sgt Chris Arakawa and the commander of the 100th Inf. Bn, Lt. Col. Matthew Cloud.
"It was a great honor for myself and the 100th Battalion, 442nd Infantry Regiment Color Guard to participate in the ceremony today," said Cloud. "This acknowledgement of their actions during WWII against the Axis Powers encompassed the preservation of freedom for France and the rest of Europe. It is a well-deserved award that recognizes those sacrifices that they and their fellow Soldiers endured for humanity."
This ceremony marks over 50 Veterans from the 100th Bn, and 442nd Inf. Reg. that have been honored with the award. To be eligible for the award veterans must have served in one of the three main campaigns of the Liberation of France.
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Historic 100th Welcomes Army Reserve's 1st Female Infantry Commander

Story by SGT Jessica DuVernay on 09/26/2017
"The opportunity to command and the understanding of the impact of that responsibility is difficult to quantify," said Lt. Col. Matthew Cloud, commander, 100th Inf. Bn., 442nd Inf. Reg., 9th MSC. "A leader that steps forward to accept that responsibility willingly and selflessly sacrifices their time demonstrates a sincere commitment to those Soldiers for which they are responsible."
Siva, the outgoing commander, had only been a first lieutenant for two months before he was offered the command of Charlie Company. He successfully led and guided the Soldiers, to maintain the pride the unit carried being part of the 100th Bn.
"1st Lt. Siva willingly accepted that responsibility as his duty to this unit and selflessly placed the needs of the Battalion above his own," said Cloud. "Thank you for accepting that challenge and providing leadership to the unit."
"It [has] been an honor serving as the company commander for Charlie Company," Siva said as he gave his final speech. "I served with the best men, the Army could ever offer."
Cotton is not new to change and embraces it as a new chapter in her military career. Previously having served as the Cadet Summer Training Operations Officer at U.S. Army Cadet Command's at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
"Capt. Cotton has volunteered to be the commander of Charlie Company and accepts the challenges that comes with that position," Cloud mentioned.
"This is an exciting opportunity, not everyone gets even a chance to serve in this capacity," Cotton said prior to the ceremony taking place. "More than anything I love working with and training Soldiers, and watching them grow, develop and be successful."
"The history and legacy of the 100th Battalion-442nd Infantry Regiment is deep with challenges, accomplishments, and milestones that stand apart from many other organizations," said Cloud. "Today is no different and demonstrates not only the uniqueness of the unit but the ability to adapt and live up to our Army values."
Charlie Company will continue to train for their mission and improve overall unit readiness, said Cotton when asked about her plans for the unit.
"At the heart of my command philosophy, is the importance of being a physically, mentally, spiritually fit unit, and promoting a culture of excellence and team work."
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Diversity Of Experience Brings Strength To The Fight

Story by Catherine Lowrey on 09/26/2017

I am Catherine Lowrey, government civilian and Chief Public Affairs Officer for the 88th Regional Support Command. I am Staff Sgt. Lowrey for the 88th RSC Headquarters and Headquarters Company. I am also Mrs. Lowrey, Mom and Nana. Occasionally, I am just Cat. I wear a lot of hats.

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Hands On Training Program Is A Win-Win Situation

Story by SFC Clinton Wood on 09/21/2017

Since January, the 479th Engineer Battalion, 411th Engineer Brigade, 412th Theater Engineer Command, has been paired with the 99th Regional Support Command (RSC) Equipment Concentration Site (ECS) on Fort Drum for the Hands on Training (HOT) Program. The program provides Soldiers a chance to work on a variety of track and wheeled vehicles in the ECS shop.

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Fort McCoy's Army Ten-Miler Team Continues Prep With Local Event Participation

Story by Scott Sturkol on 09/21/2017

On Sept. 9, six members of the team participated in the Elroy (Wis.) Apple Dumpling Half Marathon.

"Elroy is the center of three abandoned railroads beds that have been converted to bike trails," said Lt. Col. Mark Woommavovah, deputy commanding officer of the 181st Multi-Functional Training Brigade and coach of the Fort McCoy Army Ten-Miler team. "The trails provide a great running surface for runners. Fort McCoy Army Ten-Miler Team showed up in force. We took home group awards plus ran our goal pace we plan to run at the Army Ten-Miler (in October)."

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Millions Reached By Army's Hire A Soldier Campaign

Story by Jenny Hale on 09/19/2017

The events included Facebook Live guest speakers sharing their transition experience and advice, various graphics, reasons to hire a Soldier segments, and a contest with the winner announced by the Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel Dailey. Companies joining in the social media events shared advice, best practices, and job seeking tips for transitioning Soldiers throughout the campaign. They reported receiving resumes from Soldiers participating and that the interview process had begun for qualified participants.

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