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Words to Restore Honor

Master Sgt. Kisha S. White, military equal opportunity advisor, 75th Innovation Command, U.S. Army Reserve, addresses more than 800 veterans, families, volunteers, and special guests during the closing ceremony of the Wall That Heals - Chambers County exhibit Oct. 30, 2022, in Anahuac, Texas. White, a 29-year Army veteran, was invited by the Vietnam War Memorial Fund to serve as keynote speaker for this event that attracted more than 4,500 visitors over the course of four days. White recognized the 58,281 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam while thanking veterans from that war for their courage and dedication despite the negative reception many received upon their return to the U.S. (photo courtesy of Wall That Heals - Chambers County)
More Than Mere Names: 75th Innovation Command Master Sergeant restores honor to Vietnam War Veterans at Wall That Heals
By Lt. Col. Elizabeth Behring and Staff Sgt. John L. Cakeet IV, 75th Innovation Command | Nov. 15, 2022
Master Sgt. Kisha S. White, military equal opportunity advisor, 75th Innovation Command, U.S. Army Reserve, addresses more than 800 veterans, families, volunteers, and special guests during the closing ceremony of the Wall That Heals - Chambers County exhibit Oct. 30, 2022, in Anahuac, Texas. White, a 29-year Army veteran, was invited by the Vietnam War Memorial Fund to serve as keynote speaker for this event that attracted more than 4,500 visitors in four days.

Col. Tina L. Kirkpatrick (left), commander, commander, 475th Quartermaster Group, expresses her gratitude to members of Quilts of Valor during the International Quilting Festival in Houston Nov. 3, 2022. Kirkpatrick was invited to the festival by senior leaders of Quilts of Valor so they could present a custom quilt designed by Leo McClure, one of more than 10,000 Quilts of Valor members. Kirkpatrick, who also serves as the suicide prevention program manager for the 75th Innovation Command, plans to collaborate with Quilts of Valor, a national organization that has made more than 300,000 quilts designed specifically for veterans in honor of their service and sacrifice, to integrate quilting as a form of art therapy to enhance Soldier resiliency. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. John L. Carkeet IV, 75th Innovation Command).
Some Heroes Wear Quilts: Army Reserve Soldier recognized during International Quilting Festival
By By Staff Sgt. John L. Carkeet IV, 75th IC | Nov. 9, 2022
During the International Quilt Festival in Houston Nov. 3, senior members of the Quilts of Valor Foundation recognized Col. Tina L. Kirkpatrick, commander, 475th Quartermaster Group, and suicide prevention program manager, 75th Innovation Command, with a handmade quilt designed to honor her service, thank her for her sacrifice, and comfort her in the knowledge that she and her brothers and sisters in arms are in the thoughts and hopes of friends, family and fellow American citizens who are forever in her debt.

First Sgt. Leesa Petty, outgoing first sergeant, and Sgt. 1st Class Marina Carrillo, senior human resources non-commissioned officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 75th Innovation Command, present outgoing HHD commander Maj. Christopher Allen a custom plaque as a token of the command's appreciation of Allen's three-year tenure. The wooden flag was hand-constructed by Col. Steven Waldrop, the 75th Innovation Command's G3/5/7 chief. (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Charles An, 75th Innovation Command)
75th Innovation Command hosts change-of-command ceremony
By Lt. Col. Elizabeth Behring, 75th Innovation Command | Oct. 24, 2022
The Army Reserve’s 75th Innovation Command bade a fond farewell Oct. 23 to Maj. Christopher Allen as his tenure as commander of the Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment came to an end. Maj. Brandon Trama assumed command of the detachment.
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Soldiers of 2nd Psychological Operations Group congratulate and welcome incoming commander Col. Lawrence E. Williams who took command of the group on November 5, 2022, at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH. (US Army Photo Sgt. First Class Kevin Rayan)
2nd Psychological Operations Group Welcomes New Commander
By Sgt. 1st Class Lisa Litchfield | Nov. 25, 2022
“The change of command is a traditional ceremony, rich in symbolism and heritage.” With those words, the change of command between outgoing 2nd Psychological Operations Group (2POG) commander Col. James C. Slaughter, and incoming commander Col. Lawrence E. Williams began at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton, Ohio, Nov 5, 2022.

Words to Restore Honor

Master Sgt. Kisha S. White, military equal opportunity advisor, 75th Innovation Command, U.S. Army Reserve, addresses more than 800 veterans, families, volunteers, and special guests during the closing ceremony of the Wall That Heals - Chambers County exhibit Oct. 30, 2022, in Anahuac, Texas. White, a 29-year Army veteran, was invited by the Vietnam War Memorial Fund to serve as keynote speaker for this event that attracted more than 4,500 visitors over the course of four days. White recognized the 58,281 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam while thanking veterans from that war for their courage and dedication despite the negative reception many received upon their return to the U.S. (photo courtesy of Wall That Heals - Chambers County)
More Than Mere Names: 75th Innovation Command Master Sergeant restores honor to Vietnam War Veterans at Wall That Heals
By Lt. Col. Elizabeth Behring and Staff Sgt. John L. Cakeet IV | Nov. 23, 2022
Master Sgt. Kisha S. White, military equal opportunity advisor, 75th Innovation Command, U.S. Army Reserve, addresses more than 800 veterans, families, volunteers, and special guests during the closing ceremony of the Wall That Heals - Chambers County exhibit Oct. 30, 2022, in Anahuac, Texas. White, a 29-year Army veteran, was invited by the Vietnam War Memorial Fund to serve as keynote speaker for this event that attracted more than 4,500 visitors in four days.

Army Reserve Soldiers stationed in New York lent a hand to honor a long-missing casualty of World War II Nov. 19 at St. John Catholic Cemetery in Queens, New York. First Lt. John Joseph Heffernan Jr. served in the 490th Bombardment Squadron with the U.S. Army Air Corps. On Feb. 22, 1944, at age 24, he and six crewmates were lost when their B25G bomber caught fire and crashed into a field in Burma. From January to March 2019, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency conducted a recovery mission at the crash site of Heffernan’s bomber in Burma, now known as Myanmar. On Nov. 2, 2021, the DPAA positively identified Heffernan’s remains through DNA technology, from among those recovered. (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Sal Ottaviano, 99th Readiness Division Public Affairs)
Army Reserve Soldiers provide repatriation funeral honors to long-missing World War II hero
By Sgt. Salvatore Ottaviano | Nov. 23, 2022
Army Reserve Soldiers stationed in New York lent a hand to honor a long-missing casualty of World War II Nov. 19 at St. John Catholic Cemetery here.
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Soldiers of 2nd Psychological Operations Group congratulate and welcome incoming commander Col. Lawrence E. Williams who took command of the group on November 5, 2022, at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH. (US Army Photo Sgt. First Class Kevin Rayan)
2nd Psychological Operations Group Welcomes New Commander
By Sgt. 1st Class Lisa Litchfield | Nov. 25, 2022
“The change of command is a traditional ceremony, rich in symbolism and heritage.” With those words, the change of command between outgoing 2nd Psychological Operations Group (2POG) commander Col. James C. Slaughter, and incoming commander Col. Lawrence E. Williams began at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton, Ohio, Nov 5, 2022.

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966H Heavy Scoop Loader: Cold Weather Tips
By | Nov. 23, 2022
This article initially appeared in PS 720 (Nov 12), pp. 11-12. Following the -10 TM and keeping these tips in mind will help ensure your loader's ready to scoop not matter how cold it gets. Keep reading for more details.

Army Reserve Soldiers stationed in New York lent a hand to honor a long-missing casualty of World War II Nov. 19 at St. John Catholic Cemetery in Queens, New York. First Lt. John Joseph Heffernan Jr. served in the 490th Bombardment Squadron with the U.S. Army Air Corps. On Feb. 22, 1944, at age 24, he and six crewmates were lost when their B25G bomber caught fire and crashed into a field in Burma. From January to March 2019, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency conducted a recovery mission at the crash site of Heffernan’s bomber in Burma, now known as Myanmar. On Nov. 2, 2021, the DPAA positively identified Heffernan’s remains through DNA technology, from among those recovered. (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Sal Ottaviano, 99th Readiness Division Public Affairs)
Army Reserve Soldiers provide repatriation funeral honors to long-missing World War II hero
By Sgt. Salvatore Ottaviano | Nov. 23, 2022
Army Reserve Soldiers stationed in New York lent a hand to honor a long-missing casualty of World War II Nov. 19 at St. John Catholic Cemetery here.