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: A day of reflection
We remember the day that our country was attacked, September 11, 2001. We remember all those who lost their lives that day. We remember our country coming together in response and becoming stronger.
Soldiers of the 368th PAD received a brief on the Private Public Partnership - P3O. This office assists soldiers and family members with employment opportunities, career skills training, and educational advancement.
Happy 4th of July!
Stay safe and enjoy the day!
The Army Reserve's most valuable asset is our People -- we must continue to educate our Soldiers and encourage those who need assistance to seek help.
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SPC. Morris covered a change of command ceremony for the Defense Contracting Management Agency, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. LTC Kulhanek will be taking over for LTC Susan Depies-Styer. LTC Kulhanek previously served in the Headquarters for Army Contracting Command in Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.
LTC Depies-Styer has been selected to attend the United States Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania.
As Public Affairs specialists we document moments of history, such as changes of command and changes of responsibility.
Happy Birthday, Army!!
As Public Affairs Mass Communications Specialists, it is our job to keep the American people and our fellow Soldiers informed. We will maintain the nation's confidence and in our great Army.
Staff Sgt. Doug Anderson (left), Public Affairs Mass Communication Noncommissioned Officer, 318th Theater Public Affairs Support Element, from Arlington Heights, Illinois, assists Pfc. Noah Carlsson, Public Affairs Mass Communication Specialist, 368th Public Affairs Detatchment from Milwaukee, WI, in taking video footage of Spc. Arthur Potas (right), Combat Medic, 330th Medical Brigade from Ft. Sheridan, Illinois, during weapons qualification training at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, April 2, 2022. Public Affairs Mass Communication Specialists are responsible for telling the Army's story and Pfc. Carlsson highlighted several Soldiers over the weekend by recording happy birthday messages for the Army Reserve's 114th birthday. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by SPC Brittney Joy)
We are excited to announce that Private First Class Trevor Seiler has joined the 368th Public Affairs Detachment. He recently graduated from the Defense Information School on Fort Meade. Maryland. While at DINFOS, PFC Seiler studied public affairs, writing, photography, videography and graphic design. He will be instrumental in telling Soldiers stories. Keep an eye out for the work that he and fellow Soldiers of the 368th PAD produce.
Welcome to the team PFC Seiler!
SSG Mott completes the ACFT
Staff Sgt. Zach Mott, with the 368th Public Affairs Det., Milwaukee, Wis., preps for the push ups, during the ACFT which he took with members of his civilian place of employment, the 88th Readiness Division, at Fort McCoy, Wis., on July 28, 2021. Mott, clearly about to enjoy himself, is flanked by 88th RD SGS, Lt. Col. Bryant Venable (left), and 88th RD OMAR Budget NCO, Staff Sgt. Adelina Inzunza. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class John Freese)
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Soldiers from the 484th Army Band, 350th PAD and 368th Public Affairs Detachment took to the Joliet Training Area's Baffled Range to conduct weapons qualification April 24 88th Readiness Division 318th Theater Public Affairs Support Element
Staff Sgt. Justin Hardin, a public affairs noncommissioned officer assigned to U.S. Army Central, completes a 12-mile ruck march at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Sept. 28, 2019. The Maj. Gen. Keith L. Ware communications award competition recognizes Department of the Army Soldiers and civilian employees for excellence in achieving the objectives of the Army public affairs program. The competition’s standard operating procedure establishes competition criteria and provides the Army with guidance for recognizing the most notable work of its communication professionals. To receive full credit, all entrants must successfully complete the ruck march in three hours or less with 35 pounds dry weight. U.S. Army Central hosts events such as the ruck march to show a commitment to excellence which sustains the Army’s credibility. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Christopher Lindborg)
368th PAD deployment activities
Some of our Soldiers were able to meet Secretary of the Army when he visited Kuwait
Had the chance to talk with from USARCENT, Task Force Spartan, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve - عملية العزم الصلب, and the Chief of Staff of Armed Forces Kuwait this week. Being prepared and working together has never been more important than now 🇺🇸🇰🇼 To see more photos from the Kuwait visit, click here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/sec-army-pao/wnj780
SGT Lindborg providing public affairs tips to Jordanian military in a Subject Matter Expert exchange
This week SGT Mott and SGT Lindborg are in Jordan exchanging ideas and best practices with their Jordanian counterparts.
Group trip to the Kuwait National Museum and Library
Happy Birthday Army 🎉🎂🎈
Products produced by SPC Ashton Koller and SGT Jennifer Shick
Photos by Chris Lindborg
Produced by SPC Ashton Koller
88th Readiness Division
Sfc. Anaidy Claudio getting into the action and taking photos!
Staff Sgt. Justin Hardin and Sgt. Christopher Lindborg are doing what they do best, telling stories and making memories.
SPC Ashton Koller wrote a great story on the changes made to the Basic Leader Course, Camp Buehring, Kuwait.
"Communications is where the new curriculum focuses a lot of time and energy," said Command Sgt. Maj. Dan Churchman, Commandant of BLC, Camp Buehring, Kuwait.
U.S. Army Basic Leader Course instructors in Kuwait discuss how the new curriculum not only produces more effective NCOs but improves their way of leading students to success.
Check out this video by one of our own, SPC Arielle Lugtu, shared on the U.S. Army Central page
Camp Buehring Basic Leader Course (BLC), Kuwait, completes their first iteration of the new BLC curriculum. The new course focuses on creating more effective future noncommissioned officers.
Sgt. Chris Lindborg’s photo was shared by U.S. Army! Always ready to cover the Army story.
By SGT Jennifer Shick:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Di0po-x4XY&feature=youtu.be
Soldiers from the Army National Guard Warrior Training Center in Fort Benning, Ga., instruct sling load training during an Air Assault course held on Camp Bu...
United States Army Soldiers participated in a 6-mile ruck march during day two of Air Assault School's Class 301-19 at Camp Buehring, Kuwait, Feb. 7, 2019.Students had to complete the march within 90 minutes while carrying approximately 35 pounds of ...
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United States Army Sgt. 1st Class Richard Monroe, a combat medic assigned to the 198th Armored Regiment, Mississippi Army National Guard, goes the extra mile in teaching students to consume more food at Air Assault School's Class 301-19 at Camp Buehr...
Our very own Sgt. Jennifer Shick covers Air Assault at Camp Buehring!
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“There is no other number one.”
Check out Spc. Ashton Koller and Spc. Arielle Lugtu anchoring for this edition of Desert Vision!
Patton’s own! Check out the latest edition of U.S. Army Central’s Desert Vision. In this edition of the Desert Vision, the 86th Dive Detachment conducts master diver training, ARCENT Soldiers participate in a Kuwait combatives tournament, and Master Sgt. Michael Pembroke discusses the importance...
Thank you SGM of Army Reserve Public Affairs for attending our training exercise. We appreciate you taking the time to come see us and wish us a fond farewell.
Had a great time with the 358th and 368th Public Affaires Detachments at Fort Hood, TX. We have some of the most motivated and skilled Soldiers in the U.S. Army Reserve. I wish these Soldiers the best in their future endeavors.
Training can be fun because we make it fun. We're learning how to secure our gunner in case of a Humvee rollover.
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