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Szczecin - Soldiers from the 230th Sustainment Brigade, Tennessee National Guard and the Army’s Surface Deployment Distribution Command both worked to move more than 400 pieces of military equipment from the ARC Independence at the Port of Szczecin May 16. The operation was expected to take two days, but the crew completed it in less than 24 hours.

Szczecin - Soldiers from the 230th Sustainment Brigade, Tennessee National Guard and the Army’s Surface Deployment Distribution Command both worked to move more than 400 pieces of military equipment from the ARC Independence at the Port of Szczecin May 16. The operation was expected to take two days, but the crew completed it in less than 24 hours. The 364th ESC is the lead sustainment unit with command and control over more than 35 active Army and Reserve Component units during Anakonda 16.

Szczecin - Soldiers from the 230th Sustainment Brigade, Tennessee National Guard and the Army’s Surface Deployment Distribution Command both worked to move more than 400 pieces of military equipment from the ARC Independence at the Port of Szczecin May 16. The operation was expected to take two days, but the crew completed it in less than 24 hours.

Szczecin - Soldiers from the 230th Sustainment Brigade, Tennessee National Guard and the Army’s Surface Deployment Distribution Command both worked to move more than 400 pieces of military equipment from the ARC Independence at the Port of Szczecin May 16. The operation was expected to take two days, but the crew completed it in less than 24 hours.

Szczecin - Soldiers from the 230th Sustainment Brigade, Tennessee National Guard and the Army’s Surface Deployment Distribution Command both worked to move more than 400 pieces of military equipment from the ARC Independence at the Port of Szczecin May 16. The operation was expected to take two days, but the crew completed it in less than 24 hours.

Szczecin - Soldiers from the 230th Sustainment Brigade, Tennessee National Guard and the Army’s Surface Deployment Distribution Command both worked to move more than 400 pieces of military equipment from the ARC Independence at the Port of Szczecin May 16. The operation was expected to take two days, but the crew completed it in less than 24 hours.

Hashemite Kingdom - Jordanian Armed Forces and U.S. Marines discuss tactics after a Cobra Helicoptor Quick Reaction Force drill during Exercise Eager Lion 2016 near Amman, Jordan, 18 May, 2016. Eager Lion 16 is a bi-lateral exercise in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan between the JAF and the U.S. Military designed to strengthen relationships and interoperability between partner nations. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Spc. Ian Valley 366 Mobile Public Affairs Detachment.)

Hashemite Kingdom - A U.S. Marine and a Jordanian Armed Forces servicemember prepare to call in a Cobra Helicopter during a Quick Reaction Force drill during Exercise Eager Lion 2016 near Amman, Jordan, 18, May, 2016. Eager Lion 16 is a bi-lateral exercise in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan between the JAF and the U.S. Military designed to strengthen relationships and interoperability between partner nations. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Spc. Ian Valley 366 Mobile Public Affairs Detachment.)

Hashemite Kingdom - A Jordanian Cobra Helicopter flys toward the target zone during a Quick Reaction Force Training drill during Exercise Eager Lion 2016 near Amman, Jordan, 18 May, 2016. Eager Lion 16 is a bi-lateral exercise in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan between the JAF and the U.S. Military designed to strengthen relationships and interoperability between partner nations. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Spc. Ian Valley 366 Mobile Public Affairs Detachment.) Fresno - Staff Sgt. Adam Doyle, 729th Transportation Company non-commissioned officer, Staff Sgt. Ricky Cannon, 729th TC NCO, 1st Lt. Kyle Brown, 729th TC company commander, and Master Sgt. Brian Carlin, 729th TC non-commissioned officer in-charge, ready themselves to lead their transportation unit through a Nationwide Move exercise that will take them through five states and onto to Operation Maple Resolve, which is being conducted at Canadian Forces Base Wainwright, east of Edmonton, Canada. Fresno - Soldiers from the 729th Transportation Company stand at ease before they start their drive, during the Nationwide Move exercise that will take them through five states and onto to Operation Maple Resolve, which is being conducted at Canadian Forces Base Wainwright, east of Edmonton, Canada. The Nationwide Move exercise is an opportunity for transportation units throughout the U.S. Army to use their driving skills. Fresno - Vehicles from the 729th Transportation Company are staged at the Fresno U.S. Army Reserve Center before they participate in the Nationwide Move exercise that will take them through five states and onto to Operation Maple Resolve, which is being conducted at Canadian Forces Base Wainwright, east of Edmonton, Canada. The Nationwide Move exercise is an opportunity for transportation units throughout the U.S. Army to use their driving skills. Fort McCoy - Military Technician Michael Esser conducts maintenance training on a generator with Army Reserve Soldiers Spc. John Channer and Sgt. Suman Lama of the 818th Maintenance Support Co. at the 88th Regional Support Command’s Equipment Concentration Site 67 on Fort McCoy Wis., May 18. These Soldiers represent the more than 300 service members who will be conducting real-world hands-on training with the 88th RSC this year as part of Operation Platinum Support. The goal of operation is to allow Army Reserve Soldiers in low-density supply and maintenance specialties to perform and gain proficiency in their technical skills while acting in direct support to the numerous exercises taking place on Fort McCoy. By the completion of Operation Platinum Support, these supply and maintenance Soldiers will have processed and inventoried thousands of pieces of equipment and are projected to complete more than 100 service and repair work orders. Fort McCoy - U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers Sgt. James Smith (left) and Staff Sgt. Danny Loomis, both assigned to the 818th Maintenance Support Company, conduct maintenance on an Armored Personnel Vehicle at the 88th Regional Support Command's Equipment Concentration Site 67 on Fort McCoy Wis., May 18, 2016. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st class Corey Beal) Fort Sheridan - Lt. Col. Andrew C. Dillon, outgoing commander for the 3rd battalion, 335 Infantry Regiment, 157th Infantry Brigade, gives his final remarks during the unit’s change of command ceremony, May 15, 2016, at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. David Lietz/Released) Fort Sheridan - Army Reserve soldiers from the 85th Support Command present the colors during First Army’s 3rd battalion, 335 Infantry Regiment’s change of command ceremony, May 15, 2016 at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. David Lietz/Released) Fort Sheridan - Col. Todd Zollinger, 157th Infantry Brigade commander, hands the battalion colors to Lt. Col. Jason A. Grider, incoming commander for the 3rd battalion, 335 Infantry Regiment, during their battle assembly weekend at Fort Sheridan, Illinois, May 15, 2016. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. David Lietz/Released) El Paso - The 3rd Army Augmentation (3AA), Detachment 2, 76th Operational Response Command, based out of Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, conducted its Improvised Explosive Device (IED) awareness training during the unit’s mobilization training at Fort Bliss, Texas, May 11-12, 2016, prior to their departure. El Paso - The 3rd Army Augmentation (3AA), Detachment 2, 76th Operational Response Command, based out of Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, conducted its HMMWV Egress Assistant Trainer (HEAT) training during the unit’s mobilization training at Fort Bliss, Texas, May 11-12, 2016, prior to their departure. Clementon - Sgt. Russell Toof, a public affairs specialist assigned to the U.S. Army Reserve's 326th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment in Reading, Pennsylvania, reads to children at a preschool in Clementon, New Jersey May 12 as part of a military appreciation day at the school. Bakersfield - Benjamin Hakimi, son of Col. Ahron Hakimi, 311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), earned a spot on the team in the 15th Annual Army All-Star Bowl, Bakersfield, Calif., May 13, 2016. The bowl is a premiere high school football game and is the only event of its type in the nation. Players are selected for their high level of play on the field and for academic successes. The Army sponsored event is the largest attended high school all-star game in the state and involves mentoring youths, scholarships for the student athletes and donations to local non-profit organizations. Several NFL stars have played in past games, including Oakland Raiders quarterback, Derek Carr, and Eagles running back Ryan Matthews. (Courtesy photo) Fort Lee - Brig. Gen. Steven W. Ainsworth, commander 94th Training Division, addresses the audience during the 94th TD’s groundbreaking ceremony for a new training facility May 12, 2016. The 39,127-square-foot training center will be equipped with 15 classrooms and will include a maintenance training area for transportation courses, as well as a state of the art instructional kitchen for food service specialist courses. Ninety-fourth TD instructors could potentially train 2,635 Soldiers while teaching 120 classes annually. Fort Lee - (L-R) Brig. Gen. Steven W. Ainsworth, commander 94th Training Division, Col. Paul K. Brooks U.S. Army Garrison Commander Fort Lee, Mr. John G. Royster, Master Planning Division branch chief, Department of Public Works Fort Lee, Mr. Anthony Weaver, Corps of Engineers Construction Lead, and Mrs. Betty Brown, team chief of The Army School System Training Center-Fort Lee break ground during a ceremony for a new training facility May 12, 2016. The 39,127-square-foot training center will be equipped with 15 classrooms and will include a maintenance training area for transportation courses, as well as a state of the art instructional kitchen for food service specialist courses. Ninety-fourth TD instructors could potentially train 2,635 Soldiers while teaching 120 classes annually. Fort Lee - Second Transportation Brigade, 94th Training Division color guard during the division’s groundbreaking ceremony for a new training facility May 12, 2016. The 39,127-square-foot training center will be equipped with 15 classrooms and will include a maintenance training area for transportation courses, as well as a state of the art instructional kitchen for food service specialist courses. Ninety-fourth TD instructors could potentially train 2,635 Soldiers while teaching 120 classes annually. Fort Lee - Col. Stephanie Q. Howard, commander 2nd Transportation Brigade 94th Training Division, addresses the audience during the 94th TD’s groundbreaking ceremony for a new training facility May 12, 2016. The 39,127-square-foot training center will be equipped with 15 classrooms and will include a maintenance training area for transportation courses, as well as a state of the art instructional kitchen for food service specialist courses. Ninety-fourth TD instructors could potentially train 2,635 Soldiers while teaching 120 classes annually. “I’m excited that we will be one of the future tenants in this building we’re here to celebrate,” Howard said. East Point, GA - Eva Dukesz Friedlander, a Holocaust survivor, receives a hug from a 335th Signal Command (Theater) Soldier who attended the Holocaust Day of Remembrance May 14, 2016 at East Point, Georgia. Friedlander spoke with Soldiers one on one after the event allowing them to ask questions. During the 335th SC(T) battle assembly weekend, the Equal Opportunity Office conducted its annual observance of the National Day of Remembrance, which was established by Congress in 1980 to ensure the victims of the Holocaust are remembered forever. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Stephanie A. Hargett) Jolon - JOLON, Calif. – A Fire fighting Soldier with the 614th Engineer Detachment assists a simulated blinded casualty during a multi-unit mass casualty exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett’s Tusi Airfield, May 9. The exercise was apart of the Fort’s 16th Annual Warrior Exercise and the scenario encompassed a simulated helicopter crash, which had burst into flames and 32 casualties laid scattered around the helicopter. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Kimberly Browne, 350th Public Affairs Detachment) Jolon - JOLON, Calif. – Combat Medics with various units evaluate and assist a two simulated casualties during a multi-unit mass casualty exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett’s Tusi Airfield, May 9. The realistic exercise was apart of the Fort’s 16th Annual Warrior Exercise and the scenario encompassed a simulated helicopter crash, which had burst into flames and 32 casualties laid scattered around the helicopter. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Kimberly Browne, 350th Public Affairs Detachment) Jolon - JOLON, Calif. – Lt. Col. Anita Lesure, head nurse of the operating room and Soldier with the 801st Combat Support Hospital, looks over a simulated casualty’s chart to decide further treatment during a mass casualty exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett, May 9. The realistic exercise was apart of the Fort’s 16th annual Warrior Exercise and the scenario encompassed a simulated helicopter crash, which had burst into flames and 32 casualties laid scattered around the helicopter, where the medics gave battlefield aid and evacuated the casualties to the CSH. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Kimberly Browne, 350th Public Affairs Detachment) Bakersfield - Col. Ahron Hakimi (right) honors David Couch (left), Kern County Supervisor, with the Patriot Award, May 13, 2016, for his extraordinary support of National Guard and Army Reserve Soldiers in Bakersfield, Calif. (Courtesy photo) Orlando - U.S. Army Reserves Spc. Chasity Kuczer, from Team U.S., looks at her target during the Invictus Games archery finals at Discover Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Fla., May 9, 2016. Kuczer helped her team win the gold by scoring a ten on the tie-breaker vs. Team Canada. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Matthew J. DeVirgilio/Released) Fort Meade - Maj. John Mullaney, U.S. Army Reserve commander of the 200th Military Police Command's headquarters company, conducts sit-ups during the Army Physical Fitness Test, May 14, during battle assembly at Fort Meade, Maryland. (U.S. Army photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret)



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