Lt. Col. Lisa Jaster continues to lead the way after historic Ranger School accomplishment
Sept. 19, 2019 - U.S. Army Reserve Lt. Col. Lisa Jaster was 37 years old when she attended Ranger school. While the average age of attendees in the course ranges in the early 20s, that didn’t deter her, and in October of 2015 she graduated from the course. She was the first woman in the U.S. Army Reserve to do so. Four years later, her advice to others is simple.
Future Soldiers start Army career with a hole-in-one
Sept. 19, 2019 - For young men and woman who choose to join the U.S. Army, their first steps as Soldiers usually take place at a Military Entrance Processing Station with only a few family members there to congratulate them on their decision to serve. A simple ceremony that only lasts about a minute, resulting in the lifetime title of Army Soldier.
Sharpened Steel Improves Leadership, Training
Sept. 19, 2019 - Events held by the Hatchet Battalion leads to multiple Soldier training successes, Excellence In Competition, and the Army Reserve's national-level marksmanship program.