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75 IC News
75th U.S. Army Reserve Innovation Command crystallizes partnerships during Project Convergence
By Sgt. 1st Class John Carkeet, 75th USARIC | March 29, 2024
The 75th US Army Reserve Innovation Command stormed Fort Irwin with practical solutions to propel the Army Modernization Enterprise during Project Convergence Capstone 4 in Fort Irwin, California. With extensive experience in machine learning, cyber security, project management and other advanced fields, these Soldiers pioneered partnerships with DOD and industry leaders to shape the future of warfare. From enhancing unmanned aerial systems to fostering spiritual unity, their impact resonated far beyond the battlefield.

MG Klein's Holiday Message 2023
Season's greetings from the 75th USARIC commanding general
By | Dec. 22, 2023
Maj. Gen. Martin Klein, commanding general, 75th U.S. Army Reserve Innovation Command, wishes the Command's Soldiers, civilians, partners and their families a safe and happy holiday season.

Maj. Gen. Martin F. Klein, commanding general, 75th United States Army Reserve Innovation Command, wishes all Americans a Happy Thanksgiving.
Happy Thanksgiving from Maj. Gen. Klein, 75th USARIC commanding general
By Maj. Gen. Martin Klein, commanding general, 75th USARIC | Nov. 22, 2023
The commanding general of the 75th United States Army Reserve Innovation Command wishes all Americans a Happy Thanksgiving.
Reserve News
During Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, or SAAPM, the Army Reserve reinforces every member of our team’s responsibility to prevent sexual assault, sexual harassment and associated retaliation, while ensuring professional, compassionate and comprehensive care and support if these incidents occur.
Stakes higher now for preventing sexual harassment and assault
By Lt. Col. Kristin Porter | April 24, 2024
Prevention. Training. Intervention. Response. All are part of the Army’s Sexual Harassment and Assault Awareness Program, but now the stakes in the response are higher.

Army Reserve Medical Command's incoming commanding general, Brig. Gen. Michael L. Yost presents the AR-MEDCOM guidon to his senior enlisted advisor Command Sgt. Maj. John R. Hilton during the April 14, 2024, change of command ceremony held at the command's Pinellas Park, Florida, headquarters. The guidon was originally taken by Hilton from the color guard guidon bearer, representing AR-MEDCOM Soldiers, and presented to the outgoing commanding general, Maj. Gen. W. Scott Lynn, who then passed it to Army Reserve Deputy Commanding General Maj. Gen. Gene LeBoeuf signifying his relinquishment of command. LeBoeuf then passed the guidon to Yost, signifying Yost's assumption of command. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Neil W. McCabe)
AR-MEDCOM 'Warrior Medics' welcome new CG amid transition to LSCO, LSMO
By Sgt. 1st Class Neil W. McCabe | April 18, 2024
The “Warrior Medics” Soldiers of the Army Reserve Medical stood in formation to witness Maj. Gen. W. Scott Lynn relinquish command to Brig. Gen. Michael L. Yost at the April 14 ceremony at the command’s headquarters here, hosted by Army Reserve Deputy Commanding General Maj. Eugene J. LeBoeuf.

U.S. Air Force Reserve air crew tie down a light medium tactical vehicle assigned to the 373rd Expeditionary Military Intelligence Battalion, 259th Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade, Military Intelligence Readiness Command to the cargo hold of a C-17A Globemaster III during a deployment readiness exercise. The 446th Airlift Wing, Air Force Reserve Command, supported the 373rd E-MIB’s strategic air mobility training and tactical equipment load out at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, McChord Field, Apr. 12, 2024.
Army and Air Force Reserve integrate to practice strategic air mobility
By Sgt. Brea DuBose | April 15, 2024
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers and U.S. Air Force Reserve airmen teamed up to conduct an air deployment readiness exercise April 4, 2024. The training event began when Soldiers assigned to the 373rd Expeditionary Military Intelligence Battalion, 259th Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade, drove tactical vehicles onto the McChord Field flightline. Upon arrival, Soldiers met Air Force reservists assigned the 446th Airlift Wing, Air Force Reserve Command.
Army News
Parameters Spring 2024
Parameters | Spring 2024
By | March 7, 2024
The Spring issue is out! In this edition: “Ukraine: A Case for Urgency” by Anthony L. Tingle and Rebecca W. Jensen and “Strategic Art for Sanctions” by David Katz; SRAD DIRECTOR’S CORNER “Emerging Technologies and Terrorism: A Report from NATO's COE-DAT”; For the latest on the Indo-Pacific, Strategic Thinking, the Middle East, and even the US Civil War check out the new issue.

Members of the Alaska State Defense Force work as traffic safety officers during the Arctic Winter Games on March 12, 2024. ASDF members come from a variety of employment backgrounds and many of them have served in uniform. They bring a host of skillsets from their military and civilian experiences that make them effective volunteers for events like the AWG. (Alaska National Guard courtesy photo)
Alaska State Defense Force volunteerism shines at Mat-Su Arctic Winter Games
By By Seth LaCount | April 24, 2024
Members of the Alaska State Defense Force assisted their local Mat-Su area community by volunteering at the Arctic Winter Games March 10-16, 2024.

A student from Orion Elementary School sits in a Alaska Army National Guard UH-60L Black Hawk helicopter while participating in educational activities celebrating Earth Day at Camp Denali on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, April 22, 2024. The Alaska National Guard hosted Earth Day educational activities that explored ways to support the environment on and off military installations as well as motivate the children to make a positive change in the world. (Alaska National Guard photo by Seth LaCount)
First annual AKNG Earth Day inspires youth, brings awareness to military’s role in conservation
By By Seth LaCount | April 24, 2024
On a sunny, spring morning in Anchorage, more than 100 students from Orion and Aurora Elementary Schools visited Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson’s Camp Denali for the Alaska National Guard’s first annual Earth Day event, April 22, 2024.