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Almost 70 years have passed since representatives from 16 countries signed an armistice that officially ceased hostilities on the Korean peninsula. That three-year conflict claimed more than 2.5 million lives, 54,246 served under the stars and stripes. It is this and other battlefields-from the towns of Lexington and Concord to the deserts of Iraq and Afghanistan-that envelop Memorial Day in a solemn shroud, woven by duty, honor, and country.

This weekend, I ask all reading this to join the command in reflecting on the service of past generations and the wars they fought, particularly those who were buried near
where they fell in battle or returned home in flag-draped caskets surrounded by grieving friends and families. Though their fight is over, let us engrave their names and faces in
our hearts and minds. 

The ultimate sacrifice of these brave men and women paved the way for us to chase our dreams, raise our children, and forge a future founded on peace, freedom, and equality. For that, the best we can give in return is our gratitude.

I also recognize the men and women serving in the United States Army Reserve Innovation Command. Their courage and passion to solve the Army's toughest problems are second only to their humility and patriotism. They, alongside our close network of families, community leaders, and innovation partners, live the Army values everyday so we may remain the finest fighting force the world has ever known.

On behalf of the Command Team, I thank our Soldiers, civilians, and their families for their unwavering support in our endeavors to dominate the battlespace for decades to
come. For those who lost a loved one or brother or sister-in-arms, our thoughts are with you, not only on Memorial Day, but every day.


Martin F. Klein
Major General, USA
Memorial Day Message from Maj. Gen. Martin Klein
By | May 28, 2023
As we prepare for long, well-deserved weekend excursions to our favorite summer destinations, let us give pause and pay homage to those who gave their lives in the name of the nation. On behalf of the Soldiers, civilians, families and innovation partners of the 75th Innovation Command, Maj. Gen. Klein and the Command Team wish you a safe and happy Memorial Day Weekend.


The 75th Innovation Command proudly presents
Faces of Innovation: Maj. Charles Stewart
By Staff Sgt. John L. Carkeet IV, 75th Innovation Command | May 4, 2023
SOLDIER EMPOWERMENT THROUGH TECHNOLOGY AND TRANSFORMATION: A Q&A WITH MAJ.CHARLES STEWART The 75th Innovation Command proudly presents "Faces of Innovation," a monthly feature Q&A series that highlights the vision, mission and capabilities of the 75th IC through the eyes of one of its stellar Soldiers. Maj. Charles Stewart with the Mountain View Detachment kicks off the series with a candid discussion about the challenges and opportunities of modernizing and humanizing systems to enhance readiness, streamline processes and bolster recruitment and retention. Make Ready! Design and photo illustrations by Staff Sgt. John Carkeet IV, 75th Innovation Command

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How We Solve the Army's Toughest Problems
By Staff Sgt. John L. Carkeet IV, 75th Innovation Command | May 2, 2023
What is the 75th Innovation Command's Vision? Mission? Capabilities? Priorities? Specialties? Find the answers to these and other FAQs with the 75th IC's newest trifold. Take a deeper dive how we solve the Army's toughest problems at
Reserve News
U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Amrit Sandhu, assigned to the 85th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command, Arlington Heights, Illinois, waves to spectators during a Chicago Cubs Military Salute home game on Memorial Day, May 29, 2023. Sandhu immigrated to the United States from Gurdaspur, Punjab, India in 2008. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserve in September 2015 as a Financial Management Technician, and in January of 2017 Sandhu was sworn in as a United States citizen.
(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Lt. Col. Brian Dunn)
Army Reserve Soldier receives honor at Chicago Cubs MLB Memorial Day home game
By Lt. Col. Brian Dunn | June 1, 2023
Major League Baseball’s Chicago Cubs honored U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Amrit Sandhu, of the 85th U.S. Army Reserve Support Command, during a Memorial Day home game versus the Tampa Bay Rays at Wrigley Field in Chicago, May 29, 2023.

Maj. Axel A. Acosta, commander Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment 99th Readiness Division during the Puerto Rican Medal of Honor annual memorial ceremony at the Medal of Honor Grove, Valley Forge, P.A. (Photo courtesy of Anelali’ili’imakamae Lau)
Remembering the fallen: Puerto Rican Medal of Honor recipients
By Sgt. 1st Class Deziree Lau | June 1, 2023
”On this solemn occasion, we gather in remembrance of the brave men and women who have selflessly given their lives in service to our nation,” said Maj. Axel A. Acosta, commander of Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 99th Readiness Division, during the annual Memorial Ceremony paying homage to Medal of Honor recipients of Puerto Rican heritage at the Medal of Honor Grove here.

Pacific Army Reserve leads multinational ground operations in Oceania
By Pfc. Devin Serrano-Diaz | June 1, 2023
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers of the 9th Mission Support Command provide support in mission Croix Du Sud (Southern Cross) in Noumea, New Caledonia, May 6, 2023.
Army News
From left to right, Command Sgt. Maj. Scott A. Brzak, U.S. Army Pacific senior enlisted advisor, Rose Lee spouse of retired U.S. Army Command Sergeant Major Henry Lee, Gen. Charles A. Flynn, U.S. Army Pacific commanding general pose for a photo June 6, 2023, during the MOKK award ceremony held at Historic Palm Circle, Fort Shafter, Hawaii. The MOKK civilian community service award honors individuals who are community leaders that have distinguished themselves by their support to Soldiers, their families, and the Army community in the Pacific. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Christopher Smith)
US Army Pacific Honors Distinguished Army Veteran
By Mary Andom | June 3, 2023
During a ceremony held on Fort Shafter’s Historic Palm Circle, U.S. Army Pacific Commanding General Gen. Charles A. Flynn presented the prestigious community service award to Lee’s family.

Allied Amphibious Landing on Attu Island, 11 May 1943. High on a Ridge overlooking Chichagof Harbor, American soldiers load a shell into a small mortar. Chichagof Harbor was the last Japanese stronghold to fall on Attu Island.
Operation LANDCRAB; the Seizing of Attu Island in the Aleutians
By Dr. Mike Krivdo | June 2, 2023
May 30, marked the 80th anniversary of the end of Operation LANDCRAB, the Allied seizure of Attu in the Aleutian Islands in 1943. That operation has the notoriety of having the second highest casualty rate of the war (per numbers of participants), right behind the Battle of Iwo Jima. As one of the Army’s first major amphibious operations there remains much to learn from that event.

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AH-64E Apache: Inspect for Missing or Loose Set Screws
By | June 2, 2023
Aviation maintenance action message (AMAM), H-64-23-AMAM-09 requires a one-time inspection for the W111 and W112 connectors for loose or missing set screws. Read on to find out more about the AMAM and its requirements.