Commander, Navy Reserve Force Story Archive

Marines, Sailors Plan Chattanooga Memorial   (14 August 2015)
More than 150 Department of the Navy (DON) personnel together with Chattanooga city and county employees, and Tennessee state employees planned the Aug. 15 memorial ceremony honoring the Chattanooga fallen five.
Navy Cargo Handling Battalion Reserve Sailors Conduct Training Exercises  (21 August 2015)
Reserve Sailors assigned to 5th Navy Expeditionary Logistics Group (NAVELSG) conducted a two-week training exercise and Battle "E" ceremony in the Alameda, Calif., during July.
Navy Reserve Sailor Sings National Anthem  (25 August 2015)
Electrician's Mate 2nd Class Blake Esse honored the U.S. Navy Reserve centennial by singing the national anthem before 4,500 country music fans in Fredericksburg, Aug. 21.
NOSC Detroit Sailors Participate in Navy Reserve Centennial 5K Run  (25 August 2015)
Reserve Sailors assigned to Navy Operational Support Center Detroit, family members and local U.S. Navy Sea Cadets participated in a 5K run at Selfridge Air National Guard Base Aug. 23 to commemorate the Navy Reserve Centennial.
Madison Reserve Unit Participate in MOBEX Training  (31 August 2015)
Tucked in the hills of west-central Wisconsin lies Fort McCoy, the U.S. Army Reserve's largest training base east of the Mississippi River. Since 1909, the 60,000 acre fort has served the military well as an ideal joint-service training site.
VAQ-209 Successfully Employs First Air-to-Air Missile  (3 September 2015)
Lt. Cmdr Jeff "Stoli" Stodola and Cmdr. Arch "Gorch" Watkins of VAQ-209 successfully employed an AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile off the coast of Virginia, as part of a multi-plane multi-missile Tactical Support Wing training event, Sept. 1.
NOSC Amarillo Celebrates Navy Reserve Centennial  (22 September 2015)
Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) Amarillo celebrated 100 years of Navy Reserve service with a Centennial celebration in Palo Duro Canyon, Sept. 12.
NOSC Atlanta hosts FY16 CPO Pinning Ceremony  (14 October 2015)
The Navy Reserve welcomed nine new chief petty officers (CPO) to the Chiefs Mess during this year's CPO pinning ceremony at Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) Atlanta, Sept. 26.
HSC 84 Welcomed Home After 12 Years Forward Deployed  (19 October 2015)
Current and former members of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 84 (HSC-84), the "Red Wolves," gathered together, Oct. 16, for a ceremony welcoming home the squadron after 12 years and seven months of being forward deployed.
NERE Event Thanks Employers Who Support Navy Reserve  (27 June 2016)
Civilian employers from across the United States received a unique opportunity to witness the capabilities of the Navy Reserve firsthand during the 2016 Navy Employer Recognition Event (NERE) in Norfolk, June 24.
Navy Reserve Forces Command Holds Change of Command  (21 September 2016)
Rear Adm. Thomas W. Luscher relieved Rear Adm. Eric Coy Young as commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command (CNRFC) during a change of command ceremony at the CNRFC headquarters building, Sept. 20.
Chief of Navy Reserve Holds Change of Command  (28 September 2016)
Vice Adm. Luke M. McCollum relieved Vice Adm. Robin R. Braun as chief of Navy Reserve and commander, Navy Reserve Force, during a change of command ceremony at Admiral Leutze Park on the Washington Navy Yard, Sept. 26.
CNRFC Selects Fiscal Year 2016 Sailor of the Year  (17 January 2017)
Chief of Navy Reserve, Vice Adm. Luke M. McCollum announced the Fiscal Year 2016 Navy Reserve Full Time Support (FTS) Shore Sailor of the Year (SOY) in a ceremony held at the Maryland House onboard Naval Station Norfolk Jan. 12.
Navy Reservist Amongst 'The Mighty 25'  (3 February 2017)
A media news company which assists the military veteran community, We Are The Mighty 25, announced Navy Reservist Capt. Dan Goldenberg as one of The Mighty 25 Veterans to Watch in 2017.
A Legacy of Service  (14 March 2017)
Established in March of 1915, the United States Navy Reserve has built a proud legacy strengthened by each succeeding generation's sacrifices, distinctive contributions and honorable service.

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