Army Reserve's 104th birthday to be celebrated with cake-cutting ceremony
NJ, UNITED STATES
The Army Reserve's 99th Regional Support Command is scheduled to host a cake-cutting ceremony to celebrate the Army Reserve's 104th birthday.
Who: Scheduled to attend are soldiers and civilian employees of the 99th RSC
When: Monday, April 23 at 2 p.m.
All media will need to arrive at approximately 1:45 p.m. for media brief and escort.
Where: Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., Bldg. 5231 South Scott Plaza
Background: The 99th RSC was activated in September 2008, replacing the former 77th, 94th and 99th Regional Readiness Commands in accordance with the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure mandates.
The 99th Regional Support Command provides Base Operations support to all Army Reserve soldiers, civilians, families, units, facilities and equipment for the entire Northeast Region of the Army Reserve. This area of responsibility includes more than 300 Army Reserve facilities, 400 units and 51,000 Soldiers and civilian employees.
Specific services performed include management of human resources, logistics, finance, facilities, equipment maintenance, information technology and those well-being functions typically provided by Army installations.
Interested news organizations are invited. Working journalists should have photo ID.
For additional information, contact the 99th RSC Public Affairs Office at (732) 773-3026.
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