314th Press Camp Headquarters

314th Press Camp Headquarters This page is produced by the 314th PCH. It does not reflect the views of the Department of Defense. History and Lineage of the 314th Press Camp Headquarters: 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

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)

314th PCH Soldiers Tour the Birmingham, Alabama radio affiliate WBHM on January 21st, 2017
02/02/2017

314th PCH Soldiers Tour the Birmingham, Alabama radio affiliate WBHM on January 21st, 2017

Michael Krall, Program Director for WBHM and SGT Chris Fiorillo coordinated to provide the 314th HQ Team an in-depth look at commercial radio broadcast operations and discuss career opportunities in broadcast field.

Newly promoted SGT Luke Wilson
10/07/2016

Newly promoted SGT Luke Wilson

#DefeatingDaesh
08/22/2016

#DefeatingDaesh

CPT Kyle Johnson and CSM Chris Luchsinger . Public Affairs Qualification Course Graduation.
08/12/2016

CPT Kyle Johnson and CSM Chris Luchsinger . Public Affairs Qualification Course Graduation.

Advanced Leader's Course Graduation. Congratulations to SSG Mitchell.
08/07/2016

Advanced Leader's Course Graduation. Congratulations to SSG Mitchell.

With assistance from our fellow Soldiers from the 210th and 319th MPADS, we cover the Warrior Games. The Games, running ...
06/22/2016

With assistance from our fellow Soldiers from the 210th and 319th MPADS, we cover the Warrior Games. The Games, running from June 15-21, are a Paralympic-type event for wounded, ill and injured personnel from the military representing all four U.S. Services, Special Operations Command and the United Kingdom. This year's competition is being held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.

With assistance from our fellow Soldiers from the 210th and 319th MPADS, we cover the Warrior Games. The Games, running from June 15-21, are a Paralympic-type event for wounded, ill and injured personnel from the military representing all four U.S. Services, Special Operations Command and the United Kingdom. This year's competition is being held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.

06/21/2016

#armyhaka

160619-A-IL912-054British Army Veteran Sergeant Gavin Watson takes careful aim at his target during the 2016 Warrior Gam...
06/20/2016

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British Army Veteran Sergeant Gavin Watson takes careful aim at his target during the 2016 Warrior Games Air Rifle Shooting event on June 19. The Games, running from June 15-21, are a Paralympic-type event for wounded, ill and injured personnel from the military representing all four U.S. Services, Special Operations Command and the United Kingdom. This year's event is being held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.

160618-A-IL912-181Army Veteran Spec. Kim Ong, a Cyclist for Team SOCOM, crosses the finish line at the 2016 DoD Warrior ...
06/18/2016

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Army Veteran Spec. Kim Ong, a Cyclist for Team SOCOM, crosses the finish line at the 2016 DoD Warrior Games on June 18. The Games, running from June 15-21, are a Paralympic-type event for wounded, ill and injured personnel from the military representing all four U.S. Services, Special Operations Command and the United Kingdom. This year's event is being held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.

314th Press Camp Headquarters's cover photo
06/18/2016

314th Press Camp Headquarters's cover photo

With assistance from our fellow Soldiers from the 210th and 319th MPADS, we cover the Warrior Games. The Games, running ...
06/18/2016

With assistance from our fellow Soldiers from the 210th and 319th MPADS, we cover the Warrior Games. The Games, running from June 15-21, are a Paralympic-type event for wounded, ill and injured personnel from the military representing all four U.S. Services, Special Operations Command and the United Kingdom. This year's competition is being held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.

With assistance from our fellow Soldiers from the 210th and 319th MPADS, we cover the Warrior Games. The Games, running from June 15-21, are a Paralympic-type event for wounded, ill and injured personnel from the military representing all four U.S. Services, Special Operations Command and the United Kingdom. This year's competition is being held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.

DVIDSHUB
06/17/2016

DVIDSHUB

U.S. Air Force Veteran Sebastiana Lopez-Arellano sets her aim in the Women's Seated Discus at the 2016 DoD Warrior Games at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., June 16, 2016. The Warrior Games is a Paralympic-style adaptive sports competition for wounded, ill and injured Service members and veterans. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Joshua Brownlee)

Soldiers of the 314th meet Jon Stewart at the 2016 DoD Warrior Games. #warriorgames
06/16/2016

Soldiers of the 314th meet Jon Stewart at the 2016 DoD Warrior Games. #warriorgames

LTC Baucom doing a radio interview about the Warrior Games.
06/14/2016

LTC Baucom doing a radio interview about the Warrior Games.

If you are in the NYC area, Come up to the DoD Warrior Games at the US Military Academy at West Point. June 15-21.
06/14/2016

If you are in the NYC area, Come up to the DoD Warrior Games at the US Military Academy at West Point. June 15-21.

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Lt. Col. Mark Baucom, commander of the 314th Press Camp Headquarters, talks to a group of public affairs Soldiers about the coverage of some of the athletic events that will be played at the 2016 DoD Warrior Games at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. on June 10. Army Reserve print and broadcast journalists from the 314th as well as the 210th and 319th Mobile Public Affairs Detachments combined to proved coverage for the six teams of wounded warriors that are competitors in the Games. Teams from the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, U.S. Special Forces and United Kingdom will compete in various sports from 15-21 June.

160613-A-IL912-028Wounded warrior athletes from the U.S. Army take a practice spin around a track at the U.S. Military A...
06/14/2016

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Wounded warrior athletes from the U.S. Army take a practice spin around a track at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. on June 13. These athletes, as well as athletes from their sister services, Special Operations Command and the United Kingdom will compete in the 2016 DoD Warrior Games June 15-21. The Games are a series of Paralympic-type events involving various adaptive sports. Many competitors compete in more than one event.

160612-A-IL912-020Members of the Navy sitting volleyball conduct a practice session on June 12 prior to competing in the...
06/12/2016

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Members of the Navy sitting volleyball conduct a practice session on June 12 prior to competing in the 2016 DoD Warrior Games held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. June 15-21.

With assistance from our fellow Soldiers from the 210th and 319th MPADS, we cover the Warrior Games. The Games, running ...
06/12/2016

With assistance from our fellow Soldiers from the 210th and 319th MPADS, we cover the Warrior Games. The Games, running from June 15-21, are a Paralympic-type event for wounded, ill and injured personnel from the military representing all four U.S. Services, Special Operations Command and the United Kingdom. This year's competition is being held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.

With assistance from our fellow Soldiers from the 210th and 319th MPADS, we cover the Warrior Games. The Games, running from June 15-21, are a Paralympic-type event for wounded, ill and injured personnel from the military representing all four U.S. Services, Special Operations Command and the United Kingdom. This year's competition is being held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.

204th Public Affairs Detachment
05/25/2016

204th Public Affairs Detachment

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#204PAD is ready to rock and roll.
#hooah #army #orlando #armystrong #quadcopter #armyreserve #publicaffairs

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