Chief Warrant Officer of the Adjutant General's Corps visits Silver Scimitar

210th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment
Story by Sgt. Jason Scott

Date: 03.23.2010
Posted: 03.24.2010 19:32
News ID: 47166
Chief Warrant Officer of the Adjutant General's Corps Visits Silver Scimitar

FORT DEVENS, Mass. — Chief Warrant Officer 5 Scott B. Hagar, Chief Warrant Officer of the Adjutant General's Corps based at the Soldier Support Institute in Fort Jackson, S.C., visited Silver Scimitar 2010 March 23.<br /> <br /> Hagar, a native of Irving, Texas, reviewed the individual areas of training being conducted in the exercise to observe how the training was tying together.<br /> <br /> It is important that Soldiers who have already deployed have the opportunity to share their knowledge with those who are about to head overseas, said Hagar.<br /> <br /> "We want to fine-tune tactics, techniques and procedures and synchronize their battle rhythms as they get ready to go into the fight," Hagar added.<br /> <br /> Silver Scimitar is a U.S. Army Reserve Command level multi-component human resources training exercise designed to prepare units to conduct HR missions in the Central Command theater of operations.<br /> <br /> "Silver Scimitar is the premiere HR training event," said Hagar.