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nearly three-quarters of all Army sustainment capability comes from the Amy Reserve.” Even before the exercise offi cially


kicked off , reserve units already were learning lessons they wouldn’t have encountered stateside. For example, some shipping containers arrived by ship to Poland’s Port of Szczecin. “The 230th Sustainment Brigade [from the Tennessee Army National Guard] was responsible for clearing the port of all the unit equipment that arrived from [the continental U.S.] on two separate vessels,” says Hammons. “[But] due to changes in the vessel schedules, all of the pa- perwork for moving equipment off


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(clockwise from top) The U.S. Army Reserve 592nd Ordnance Company provides ammunition support. A reservist from the 716th Quar- termaster Company fills a gas can. An Army reservist meets a Polish student dur- ing a visit to a local school. Reservists from Georgia operate an Improved Ribbon Bridge on the Vistula River, Poland.


PHOTOS: CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT, SFC LLOYD SHELLENBERGER, USA; TIMOTHY L. HALE/USA; CAPT. SEAN TAYLOR, USA; SGT. ASHLEY MARBLE, USA; STAFF SGT. BRADLEY MILLER, USA


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