In this episode of Army Reserve Today: Ninety Army Reserve Soldiers from commands throughout the United States paraticipated in 57th Presidential inauguration in the nation’s capitol; Army Reserve military police in Afghanistan work hard to keep things safe in a very dangerous place.; One Army Reserve Command deployed in Afghanistan trains its Soldiers how to cope with the unexpected.; A little know Army Reserve command in Virginia plays a big role in keeping Soldiers trained and ready for deployment.; This small Soldier is waging a big fight with a serious disease, but he wants more than anything else to be a part of the Army Reserve.; An Army Reserve unit from Birmingham, AL, got a chance to help a special group of veterans experience a trip to special place.; It may be one of the largest video games in the world, but it’s saving the Army Reserve money and preparing Soldiers to deploy.; A California Army Reserve command opens the doors of a new center, and invites the local communities to take a look at who their military neighbors are.; An Army Reserve chemical brigade conducts a command post exercise that helps their Soldiers stay ready to go.; It’s not exactly a trip to the laundromat, but it is the way the Army Reserve helps Soldiers keep their uniforms clean in a field environment.; One Nebraska Army Reserve unit is in the running for honors as the best field feeding facility.; “The boys in the band” entertain their fellow Soldiers in one of the roughest duty destinations in the world and Florida based Army Reserve medics show a college crowd modern combatives. Also available in High Definition.
|Date Posted:||03.17.2013 08:48|
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