721st Engineer Company

721st Engineer Company The 721st EN CO (Team Cowboy) is a U.S. Army Combat Heavy Construction unit based out of Grand Prairie, Paris and Tyler, Texas. An OEF Veteran Unit.

U.S. Army Reserve
U.S. Army Reserve

U.S. Army Reserve

Soldier Virtual Battle Assembly (SVBA) Policy Memo

The purpose of this memorandum is to give extra context and guidance regarding Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey's policy on SVBA.

This will ensure that there is no misunderstanding down the chain-of-command as to his intent in the execution of this critically important concept.

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U.S. Army Reserve

U.S. Army Reserve

Update on COVID-19’s impact on the U.S. Army Reserve

LTG Charles D Luckey reinforces his previous guidance on maintaining proper standards and discipline to ensure we limit the spread of COVID-19.

Updates include battle assemblies, pay for Reserve Soldiers, and how we’re providing support in the fight against the coronavirus.

For more information, visit: https://www.usar.army.mil/COVID19/.

LTG Charles D Luckey

LTG Charles D Luckey


Battle assemblies through the end of March are suspended. This gives commanders authority to take appropriate actions to ensure the health, safety and welfare of Soldiers, families and communities.

Check with your chain of command for the latest guidance on Battle Assembly schedules and training exercises and any rescheduled training.

We are not going to erode readiness, but we are going to protect this force to project readiness in the future.

Certain units may need to continue operations, but that will be decided on a case-by-case basis.

Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds. It's absolutely essential you maintain your distance to combat the spread of this virus.

Keep Pounding...

Office of the Governor Greg Abbott

Office of the Governor Greg Abbott

Waiving certain vehicle registration, titling, and parking placard regulations in Texas.

TX continues to implement a comprehensive plan to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 – including strategies to reduce preventable in-person contact.


Governor Abbott Waives Certain Vehicle Registration, Titling, And Parking Placard Regulations In Texas

AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott has announced that Texas is waiving certain rules relating to vehicle registration, parking placards for persons with disabilities, and titling to aid the state's efforts to combat COVID-19. These suspensions will allow Texans to avoid penalties for failure to timely title or register a vehicle, or renew a parking placard. The waivers fall within the actions the Governor is taking under the State of Disaster he declared last week, and are part of Texas’ efforts to reduce in-person contact among Texans and slow the spread of COVID-19.

"The State of Texas continues to implement a comprehensive plan to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, and that includes strategies to reduce preventable in-person contact," said Governor Abbott. "By suspending these rules, Texans can avoid unnecessary crowds and in-person contact without fear of being penalized. We encourage all Texans to continue practicing social distancing and to take preventative actions to protect their health and the health of those around them."

The Governor will work with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles to ensure law enforcement officers throughout the state are aware of these waivers. The Department of Motor Vehicles will also continue to provide registration renewal services online at renew.txdmv.gov. For additional information, Texans should contact the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles at (888) 368-4689.

The following regulations and rules are suspended under the Governor's Disaster Declaration:

Registration and Title Requirements:
-Statutory Sections: Transportation Code §§501.145; 501.146; 502.040; 502.407; 502.471; and 502.473
-Rules: 43 TAC §§217.4(a); TAC §217.28.

Renewal of Persons with Disabilities Parking Placards:
-Statutory Sections – Transportation Code §681.004; and §Transportation Code § 681.010.

30-Day Temporary Registration Permits:
-Statutory Sections – Transportation Code §502.095; and §502.471.

Greg Abbott
Greg Abbott

Greg Abbott

We have ended the wait lines to get your drivers license renewed--at least for now.

Texas DPS temporarily extends expired driver’s licenses, ID cards during declaration of disaster.

#coronavirus #COVID19 #txlege

416th Theater Engineer Command

416th Theater Engineer Command

Your best defense against coronavirus: keep doing what you're doing to stay healthy. That means avoiding the flu.

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420th Engineer Brigade

420th Engineer Brigade

If you know what this piece of sh*t is, you’re an old ass engineer and you need to retire 🇺🇸

If you know what this piece of sh*t is, you’re an old ass engineer and you need to retire 🇺🇸

Fill er up

Fill er up

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🇺🇸 🇦🇫 Team Cowboy and alumni, some folks have discussed holding a reunion next year with those who served in the 721st in Afghanistan back in 2011-2012 under Task Force Lone Star.


Make sure to share this with people you're in touch with that might not be following the 721st's page.

Stay Safe

Stay Safe

Wishing everyone a Happy Halloween. Make sure you check local news and garrison websites for tips on how best to enjoy the festivities. Remember to let your friends know who has the best treats!

Team Cowboy, it is with great sadness that we report the untimely death of MAJ Larry Bubela. Many of you who deployed wi...
View Larry Bubela's Obituary and express your condolences

Team Cowboy, it is with great sadness that we report the untimely death of MAJ Larry Bubela. Many of you who deployed with the 721st under the 980th EN BN may remember him as being a hard-working, even-tempered, supportive, funny and wonderful person and officer.

His obituary shared below contains information about the visitation on THU 9/26 and funeral on FRI 9/27. Additionally, there's a separate ceremony to take place in the 84th’s Drill Hall at Ellington Airfield on SAT October 5th. Please share this information with anyone who's ever served with MAJ Bubela in case they are able to attend either or both celebration's of this fine man's life.

There was a time when there was just no laughing

Greetings to our Soldiers an Families!

I want to encourage you to reach out and get the help that you may need! If you are Soldier or Family member in need of support after a deployment please know there is help available through several organizations and to start with your local VetCenter first.

If you feel that you need urgent help please contact the Suicide Prevention Hotline number at 800-273-TALK (8255) and press 1 to be directed to someone within the VA.

If you are still needing help or support and don't know where to go to please contact me at 719-317-4002 Ms. Sanders. No one should have to suffer in silence! YOU ARE NOT ALONE!!!

Asking for HELP? That Starts with YOU!!

From a self-described "happy kid" to a determined Marine - Bryan returned home thinking he'd forever lost the ability to feel. Hear him tell how he overcame ...

Which  one of you boots did this?

Which one of you boots did this?



🇺🇸 "You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, 'I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.'"

~ Eleanor Roosevelt

HHC 420th Engineer Brigade SFRG

HHC 420th Engineer Brigade SFRG

HHC 420th Engineer Brigade SFRG

HHC 420th Engineer Brigade SFRG

Fort Hood Information

~ Credentialing Assistance (CA)
~ $4,000 (training, boot camp, supplies, testing)
~ Choose from over 1600 individual credentials https://www.cool.army.mil
~ Crendtial is NOT required to be MOS - related

The Fair will include: Variety of Training Providers, Credentialing Counselors, Education Counselors



420th Engineer Brigade

420th Engineer Brigade

It's that time again to examine your Motorcycle Riding Safety.

Make sure you are educated on what your responsibilities are as a rider.

#Motorcyle #Safety #Responsibilities

Honor the Sacrifices made!

Honor the Sacrifices made!

A day of remembrance

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

#HonorThem #MemorialDay

U.S. Army Reserve

🇺🇸Memorial Day weekend - Don’t forget the huge sacrifices made this weekend. #SacrificesMade #ShowRespect #BeSafe

A little reminder…

For Memorial Day, while you’re spending time with your friends and family during the long weekend, LTG Charles D Luckey reminds everyone to honor and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation.

Read the full message in the comments below. #MemorialDay

U.S. Army Reserve

U.S. Army Reserve

Standards, Discipline & Field Craft

As we move into the #USArmyReserve's peak training season, LTG Charles D Luckey reminds Soldiers to maintain safety standards, discipline, and the expectations of field craft.

U.S. Army Reserve

U.S. Army Reserve

Armed Forces Day

The #USArmyReserve is proud to serve with the U.S. Army and alongside the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) , U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, United States Air Force and U.S. Coast Guard in defense of our nation.

#JointForce #TotalForce

Happy Friday!  Please take a moment to listen.  Have a great weekend.

Happy Friday! Please take a moment to listen. Have a great weekend.

2019 Memorial Day Observance from Lieutenant General, Charles D. Luckey.

Have a blessed and beautiful day to all the Mothers of the 721st EN CO

Have a blessed and beautiful day to all the Mothers of the 721st EN CO

U.S. Army Reserve

U.S. Army Reserve

Military Spouse Appreciation Day

Today, we honor the contributions and sacrifices made by our military spouses. They are truly the backbone of our military families.

U.S. Army Reserve

U.S. Army Reserve

It's National Nurses Week!

Thank you to all of our military nurses--both past and present!

Tag a military nurse who has made a difference in your life!

Please read the attached information below.

Please read the attached information below.

Greetings to the Soldiers, Families and Civilians within the Army Reserve Command. Here are some great changes that happened ont April 1, 2019. Please see the attached 5 page Army Directive 2019-17 (Changes to the Soldier and Family Readiness Group Program).
This is exciting news that Family Readiness Groups (FRG) will be changing from FRG's to Soldier and Family Readiness Groups (SFRGs). This means now all Soldiers are encouraged to sign up and Volunteer within your own unit or even perhaps with a unit in your own local area as a way to give back and support and share your knowlege and expertise. Soldiers that are not deploying within a 30 day deployment window my sign up and hold key positions as a SFRG Leader, Primary Treasurer, Alternate Treasurer, Secretary, Newsletter Chairperson, Key Caller Chairperson and Key callers just to name a few. All volunteers will be required to complete the necessary paperwork to become a Volunteer as well as be appointed in the Santion memo by the Unit Commander.
By becoming a Volunteer you are becoming a part of a community that loves to serve and assist Soldiers and Families in providing Moral and Welfare support. As a Volunteer you will be tracking your hours to turn back into the command and this validates the support in which you have provided each month. Your Volunteer hours will be turned into your appointed Family Readiness Laision (FRL), SFRG Leader and your supporting Family Readiness Support Assistant (FRSA). As your hours are validated then that also helps us to support you and your employment needs as your gain experience because your hours on voluteer hours support your work history with the command and that is something that you can put on your resume or on a college application.
Family Members adult and youth, Community Partners and DoD Civilians you are also still encouraged to Volunteer within your unit or within a unit in your community. So many of you have great experience and then is the perfect way to let your skills and talents shine for a greater good.
If you have questions about becoming a Volunteer you may contact your supporting FRSA and if you don't know who that person is you may contact Ms. Sanders at 719-317-4002 or by sending an email to [email protected]

HHC 420th Engineer Brigade SFRG

HHC 420th Engineer Brigade SFRG

I'm so excited to share this with all of you! I sent a request to the Texas Governors office requesting a certificate in support the Month of the Milatary Children for our Children. Please share with your children and let them know how very special they are.

U.S. Army Reserve

U.S. Army Reserve

“The right person, at the right job, at the right time.”

The U.S. Army is revising its centralized promotion board processes to ensure that the best-qualified Soldiers are the first ones eligible for promotion.

#USArmyReserve Soldiers serving in an AGR capacity will be impacted by the change.

Read more here: https://go.usa.gov/xmZDv

U.S. Army Reserve

U.S. Army Reserve

Celebrating 111 years of service!

We are your #USArmyReserve-- the most capable, combat-ready, and lethal Federal Reserve force in the history of the Nation.

We provide trained and ready forces and critical capabilities wherever needed, anywhere in the world.

Join the celebration: https://go.usa.gov/xmZWm #USARBirthday111

Please share with your Families

Please share with your Families

* Be Informed: Stay a step ahead, build your parenting skills.
* Be Attentive: Consistent care and supervision help kids thrive.
* Be Supportive: Caring words and small actions make a big difference.
* We all have a role to play in fostering healthy chilren.
The Military Child abuse Prevention Campaign aligns with National Child Abuse Prevention Month and recognizes the importance of Families and communities working together to prevent child abuse and neglect and to promote the social and emotional well-being of children and families. During the month of April, and throughout the year, communities are encouraged to increas awareness and provide education and support to families through resources and strategies to prevent child abuse and neglect.
Military Onesource will continue to serve as an enduring, year-round compaign to promote postitive parenting for our miliytary community. The military Child Abuse Prevention Campaign is designed to help milityary families strengthen their readiness and reseilience, while supporting them in efforts to improve their parenting with easy tips, reminders and resources. this year's campaign will also help to increase awareness of relevant risk and protective factors and shed light to everyday actions that can put children at risk of accidental harm.
We all understand being the best parent possible helps in both family life and military career.
For additional resources reach out to Military Onesource at www.militaryonesource.mil
#ChildAbusePreventionMonth #BeInformed #BeAttentive #BeSupportive #StrongcommunitiesStrenthenFamilies #PreventChildAbuse #StrongandThrivingFamilies #MOMC

HHC 420th Engineer Brigade SFRG

HHC 420th Engineer Brigade SFRG

this is a wonderful career opportunity for the lucky person who will get to work on Amy's Team! Project Sanctuary is an outsanding milityary support resource that is dedicated to helping Families heal. Ideally, they would love to hire someone in the greater San Diego area but will hire the best-fit candidate regardless of location!
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Thought of all the soldiers who spent the tour scattered across the middle east when I saw this.
Veterans wronged by State Courts listen up as we may have a fix. We are conducting investigatory research for individuals who had their military retirement or VA disability unlawfully taken as part of a divorce, child support, or civil action where as part of the settlement your monies may have wrongfully been taken. We are creating a database of individuals who may be affected and are considering bringing a class action lawsuit against the US government for allowing State Courts, as well as DFAS, the VA, DOD, and other government entities to unlawfully attach, allot, garnish, or levy your VA disability or military retirement. Below is part of the wrongs we will be pushing to recover damages for and if you believe ANY of them apply, message and I'll contact you off the group, so as to protect your identity. This idea action is the result of a veteran having his VA disability taken under Title 42, and Title 5 where neither apply to VA disability. We found that the VA has been claiming that disabled veterans have to pay under the above sections, but Title 5 only applies to ACTUAL EMPLOYEES OF THE CIVIL SERVICE SYSTEM, not disabled veterans. When they were caught at that they started taking the monies under Title 42 which only applies if the veteran is also receiving a military retirement and has converted a portion of the retirement to VA disability. We think we have finally figured out how the VA is stealing VA disability and giving it to your former spouse(s), but we need to know how many people are affected by this. So, if you feel it applies to you, or you are a member of another veterans group, please message me, and repost this on the other sites you belong to. I think we may be able to recover damages for most involved, but we need to speak first. As I said, the database will only be seen by me, the other individual involved and the attorney we will be asking for advice. If you do not feel comfortable with me passing your name on, I can assign you a "John Doe' number and that will be all I'll forward to the other researcher and the attorney. AND I WILL NOT BE FORWARDING YOUR NAME TO THE VA UNTIL I HAVE YOUR PERMISSION!!! As my page meets the legal requirement for being considered as a news network, you are protected under whistleblower laws and I'll go to jail before giving up any sources! If you contact me, and I don't get back to you right away, please give me some time as I have over 5000 followers on this page alone and have many others linked to this page, but rest assured I WILL CONTACT YOU! Lots of vets have had their benefits stolen by DFAS and the VA, and we are looking at getting your money, as well as stopping this from going on any longer. Here are a few, and we are still developing other areas where we feel we can clearly show negligence on the current and past administrations, for decades. Here is a short background identifies by a follower on another page where he was trying to say it was legal, but was using laws written back in the '90s, laws that are no longer in effect. The sections that are not numbered are in response to his claims. First off, Title 5 ONLY APPLIES to federal employees, and if you are a disabled veteran, unless you were an employee of the federal government, Title 5, in its entirety is moot! Title 42 sec 1408 and it's subsections are what apply to military retirees and military retirees who have given up part of their retirement and it is inapplicable to disabled veterans or federal employees unless they are receiving, or have converted a portion of their military retirement to collect VA disability compensation. Even then the former spouse is only entitled to certain amounts, which some courts are ignoring and we believe DFAS is applying the law incorrectly and DFAS is or has taken more than the amount allowed under Title 42, which is 50% for a spouse only or 65% a spouse and child support is included, AND a section of 1408 states that the maximum amount must include any amount due in arrears, and as such, the amount taken should NEVER exceed 65%. Title 38 applies to VA disability only, not Title 5, Title 42, or any other not specifically spoken to under Title 38, as the secretary VA is the ONLY INDIVIDUAL who can attach, levy, or garnish any monies received solely as VA Disability Compensation, see Title 38 sec. 511, and there lots of case history verifying it cannot be touched by ANY COURT. unless it is received as retirement converted to VA Disability Compensation. A recent case, Howell v. Howell a US Supreme Court case validates that. So here's a portion of the issues we plan to address if it is feasible to bring a class action suit: 1. The President is derelict in failing to ensure his cabinet officials are following the laws of this Nation, and in doing so are causing harm to the level that veterans are committing suicide as a result of becoming depressed because of him unlawfully allowing his cabinet officials to ATTACH, LEVY, AND OR GARNISH VA Disability Compensation contrary to what is allowed under Title 38. 2. That the President and his cabinet officials are complicit in unlawfully allowing veterans VA Disability Compensation to be used under Title 5, and Title 38 which does not apply to non-military retired veterans as Title 5 ONLY applies to former employees of the Federal Government and is inapplicable to veterans receiving Title 38 monies, and Title 38 monies that are not received as a conversion of Title 42 military retired pay, do not apply. 3. That the President and his cabinet are allowing military retirement to be unlawfully apportioned by State Courts, whereas amounts or percentages in excess of the amounts allowed under Title 42 are being awarded to the former spouse, whereas Title 42 sec 1408 limit the amount that can be awarded to the former spouse as a property award to 50%, if the award is for a spouse only, and 65% if the award is for spousal support and child support. And, whereas Title 42 sec. 1408(4)(d)(6) specifically states that the award made shall be consistent with the awards (allowed) ...and said award shall include any awards of payments due as arrears. 4. That the President and his Secretary of Defense has allowed veterans, who were receiving military retirement, and who were involved in a divorce award, allowed said veterans military pay to be awarded by the court without consideration of the amount that was included under disposable retired pay, where the Defense Finance and Accounting Service, made the court ordered apportionment before deducting the payments that were to be made before final calculation of the disposable retired pay spoken to in Title 42 sec. 1408, and in doing so deprived the retiree/veteran of money due them by the US government as their portion of their disposable retired pay. When advised of the issue, the veteran would be told that he/she would need to recover the money through the court when the party who wronged the veteran was DFAS and as such the US government is liable for recovery. This issue, if it is not raised by the retiree/veteran continues to happen to this date. 5. That the Secretary of the Veterans Administration is negligent in allowing his employees to create apportionments in violation of Title 38 Sec. 5301, which prohibits the Levy, garnishment, or apportionment of ANY monies received under Title 38 unless said apportionment, levy or garnishment is considered under sec. 511 of Title 38. And it goes on from there. If anyone believes they have been wronged, please message me via facebook at facebook.com/veteransnewstoday and I'll collect your information and after you complete the required documentation you could be added to the class action suit. If you are unsure if it applies, please message me and I will arrange a time for us to speak. If you are unsure if you want to be involved, but want more information, message me. We believe proceeding with this class action is the way that we are going to be able to get ALL the current issues involving VA disability, and/or military retired pay fixed and the more involved the more likely that court is going to agree. Have a good night and God bless! Paul Dionne, Editor Veterans News Today Retired USAF, 100% Disabled Veteran Veterans News Today Nonprofit Organization · 811 Likes Veterans News Today's photo.