314th Press Camp Headquarters

314th Press Camp Headquarters This page is produced by the 314th TPASE. It does not reflect the views of the Department of Defense. History and Lineage of the 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element:

Constituted August 16, 1955 in Army Reserves as the 314th Public Information Field Service Detachment

Activated September 1, 1955 at East Rochester, New Hampshire

Location changed February 1, 1956 to Milton, New Hampshire, on April 1, 1957 to Rochester, New Hampshire

Reorganized and redesignated July 18, 1958 as the 314th Public Information Detachment

Inactivated September 1, 1959 at Rochester, New Hampshire

Activated March 1, 1963 at Manchester, New Hampshire

Inactivated April 10, 1964 at Manchester, New Hampshire

Redesigned April 16, 1982 as the 314th Public Affairs Detachment and activated at Birmingham, Alabama

Ordered into active military service August 30, 1990 at Birmingham, Alabama; released from active military service November 28, 1990 and reverted back to reserve status

Ordered into active military service November 24, 2001 at Birmingham, Alabama; released from active military service August 12, 2002 and reverted back to reserve status

Ordered into active military service December 5, 2008 at Birmingham, Alabama; released from active military service January 8, 2010 and reverted back to reserve status

Campaign Participation Credit:

Southwest Asia: Defense of Saudi Arabia

War on Terrorism: Campaigns to be determined

05/31/2021

A Day of Remembrance

Today, we remember and honor all the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation.

#HonorThem | #MemorialDay

Today as we concluded annual training in Muscatatuck,  Indiana, we took the time to conduct an after-action report, coin...
05/03/2021

Today as we concluded annual training in Muscatatuck, Indiana, we took the time to conduct an after-action report, coin several Soldiers, and award nine AAMs for exemplary performance. All of our troops, to include the Ghostwriters of the 372nd MPAD, worked hard to tell the Army Reserve story. Hammer and Heat!

The training at Muscatatuck is wrapping up but the development and refinement of skills will continue! Here are some mor...
05/02/2021

The training at Muscatatuck is wrapping up but the development and refinement of skills will continue! Here are some more examples of the exemplary work produced by Soldiers of the 314th TPASE.

More great training coverage by SGT Taylor of the 314th!
05/01/2021

More great training coverage by SGT Taylor of the 314th!

Photos from Muscatatuck Urban Training Center's post
05/01/2021

Photos from Muscatatuck Urban Training Center's post

MUTC offers a diverse, challenging training environment, especially for disaster response professionals. In these photos...
05/01/2021

MUTC offers a diverse, challenging training environment, especially for disaster response professionals. In these photos, SFC Rodriguez-Presley of the 215th MPAD captures the efforts of emergency response Army Reserve Soldiers to effect victim recovery in a dark, smoky, unstable environment.

Check out these amazing photos from the 372nd's SGT Anshu Pandeya! We're proud of his work and all the work that continu...
04/30/2021

Check out these amazing photos from the 372nd's SGT Anshu Pandeya! We're proud of his work and all the work that continues to flow in from our 314th troops!

372nd MPAD troops continue to provide outstanding coverage during Exercise Guardian Response!
04/29/2021

372nd MPAD troops continue to provide outstanding coverage during Exercise Guardian Response!

372nd troops covering the training on the ground and in the air.
04/29/2021

372nd troops covering the training on the ground and in the air.

Sgt. Pandeya is about to shoot photos out of a CH-47.

As 314th Soldiers work to tell the story of Exercise Guardian Response and the Army Reserve, they are also telling the s...
04/29/2021

As 314th Soldiers work to tell the story of Exercise Guardian Response and the Army Reserve, they are also telling the story of the Public Affairs mission . These 204th photos were taken by SSG Swift of SFC Tirado and SGT Reyes during a recent night natural disaster response training scenario at Camp Atterbury, Indiana.

314th Soldiers continue to brave the elements to tell the Army Reserve story! More photos and product will be out later ...
04/29/2021

314th Soldiers continue to brave the elements to tell the Army Reserve story! More photos and product will be out later today.

Snow couldn’t stop the training. Heat couldn’t stop the training. And now rain won’t stop the Homeland Emergency Response training at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center.

More great work from our troops training at MUTC! Keep it up SPC Hudson!
04/28/2021

More great work from our troops training at MUTC! Keep it up SPC Hudson!

We're excited to see the 210th's Soldiers tackle the challenge of an annual training rotation in support of Vibrant Resp...
04/28/2021

We're excited to see the 210th's Soldiers tackle the challenge of an annual training rotation in support of Vibrant Response!

Our Soldiers will be participating in a Homeland Emergency Response training event over the next three days. See below f...
04/27/2021

Our Soldiers will be participating in a Homeland Emergency Response training event over the next three days. See below for more information.

Homeland Emergency Response training will be taking place at the Johnson Memorial Hospital this week.

MUSCATATUCK URBAN TRAINING CENTER, Ind.- U.S. Army Soldiers will conduct emergency medical evacuation training with Johnson Memorial Hospital in and around Franklin, Ind., April 28 through April 30, 2021. During this three-day exercise, people in the area should expect to see multiple military convoys and aircraft operating between North Vernon, Edinburgh, and Franklin. Civilian emergency vehicles, to include ambulances and police cars, may be included in some convoys.

This training is designed to improve coordination between military and community emergency services in the event of a large-scale disaster and is part of Guardian Response, a multi-component Homeland Emergency Response Exercise run annually by the Army Reserve’s 78th Training Division.

SFC Tirado, SSG Swift, and SGT Reyes of the 204th PAD slogged through soaking grass, plenty of mud, and multiple debris ...
04/25/2021

SFC Tirado, SSG Swift, and SGT Reyes of the 204th PAD slogged through soaking grass, plenty of mud, and multiple debris fields en route to covering a multi-component California Army National Guard team respond to a natural disaster training scenario at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, April 24, 2021.

Soldiers from across the TPASE are gathered in Muscatatuck, Indiana, to challenge their Army skills during Annual Traini...
04/24/2021

Soldiers from across the TPASE are gathered in Muscatatuck, Indiana, to challenge their Army skills during Annual Training 2021.

Great work by the 372nd troops! Hammer and Heat!
04/24/2021

Great work by the 372nd troops! Hammer and Heat!

Army Reserve Soldiers of the 204th PAD, 209th BOD, and 372nd tackle a variety of training scenarios and real-world situa...
04/24/2021

Army Reserve Soldiers of the 204th PAD, 209th BOD, and 372nd tackle a variety of training scenarios and real-world situations during Annual Training 2021 at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Muscatatuck, Indiana.

We are honored to carry on in this tradition of service. Happy birthday Army Reserve!
04/23/2021

We are honored to carry on in this tradition of service. Happy birthday Army Reserve!

Join us in celebrating the Army Reserve’s 113th birthday!

What started as a small Medical Corps in 1908 has grown in both size and capability to become an operational force present in 20 time zones in 2021 and beyond!

Learn more about our history: https://www.usar.army.mil/ArmyReserveBirthday/

Virtual spouse symposium opportunity next week for those interested!
04/18/2021

Virtual spouse symposium opportunity next week for those interested!

Military OneSource is hosting a Virtual Military Spouse Symposium from 27-29 April!

This three-day online event will highlight how to achieve career, educational, and relationship goals.

Register here: https://go.usa.gov/xHWQj

04/12/2021

Are you ready to run!?

Army Reserve CSM Andrew Lombardo is hosting a virtual run for the Army Reserve’s 113th birthday!

It will take place from 16-25 April and you can choose to run a 10-miler, 10K, or 5K!

Register, here: https://intelshare.intelink.gov/sites/usarwarriorfitt/

#USARBirthday113Run

06/10/2020
U.S. Army

Can you run 2.45 miles? Then, we challenge you to run for the #Army birthday on June 14th!🏃‍♀️🏃🏿

This week is Army birthday week!

Sergeant Major of the Army Michael Grinston has challenged everyone to run 2.45 miles in honor of the #Army.

Post videos and your runtimes and you could end up on our story feed!

#thisismysquad #Stayfit #SMArunchallenge

U.S. Army Reserve
05/10/2020

U.S. Army Reserve

Army Emergency Relief was created to help Soldiers and Families, especially during times like this.

If you need help, just ask!

Head to https://www.armyemergencyrelief.org/ for more information!

U.S. Army Reserve
10/01/2019

U.S. Army Reserve

Farewell, UCP!

Starting today, the universal camouflage pattern (UCP) ACU is no longer authorized.

The Army combat uniform (ACU) in the operational camouflage pattern (OCP) is now the daily uniform.

Learn more here: https://go.usa.gov/xV7w2

04/10/2017
362nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment

362nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment

It is with great sadness that I share the below information.

Sgt. 1st Class (Ret.) David Zerbe passed away this afternoon.

Zerbe, who served as the Active Guard Reserve, Training and Readiness NCO at the 362nd MPAD in the late 90's was a ardent professional, who many of us had never met.

Though his time at the unit was before any of its current members had started their military service, Sgt. 1st Class Zerbe was a known name in our very small field and those who were fortunate enough to meet or work with him were better for it.

Our thoughts go out to his family, friends, and anyone's life he touched.

A Peshmerga soldier prepares for a counterattack during urban operations training near Erbil, Iraq. The Dutch, part of t...
02/22/2017

A Peshmerga soldier prepares for a counterattack during urban operations training near Erbil, Iraq. The Dutch, part of the Kurdistan Training Coordination Center, oversaw the day's training, which included individual movement techniques, counter IED and entry control point procedures. The KTCC is part of Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve building partner capacity as a global coalition dedicated to the training, advising and assistance of Kurdish forces to defeat ISIS in Iraq.

A Peshmerga soldier takes cover behind a wall, using a broken piece of mirror for observation, while a comrade investiga...
02/22/2017

A Peshmerga soldier takes cover behind a wall, using a broken piece of mirror for observation, while a comrade investigates a possible dangerous device during explosive ordnance disposal and counter improvised explosive device training conducted by the German Army on Feb. 13, 2017 near Black Tiger training area in Iraq. The day's training was conducted by the German Army (Bundeswehr) as part of the Kurdistan Training Coordination Center. The KTCC is parts of Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve building partner capacity as a global Coalition dedicated to the training, advising and assistance of Kurdish forces to defeat ISIS in Iraq. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Joel Quebec)

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I served in the 314th PCH from 85 to 90. SGT Gary W. Hall.