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Rick Evans had heard the rumors for months, even a few years.
Reservists from the st Transportation Detachment and their family members gathered at the Mare Island Reserve Center in Mare Island for an official farewell ceremony.
During the program, reservists will have to pass inspection on everything from weapons qualifications, physical requirements and administrative tasks. More in News.
CW5 Nashbrook was ed at the Reserve Center by his wife Rhonda and son Alec, who were also present for the ceremony. He already knows something is happening.
Everyone is eager to get out there. While the detachment is in the Persian Gulf, they will primarily be providing logistical support for harbor master and seaport operations at Camp Patriot in the Kuwait Naval Base.
By Matthew Adkins. They have a great chain of leadership and an excellent camaraderie. Following the farewell ceremony, Army members and their families were invited to remain at the Reserve Center for food and socialization on their last day in California.
We definitely know our dog is going to be sad. As a unit, the soldiers specialize in operating Logistics Support Vessels and Landing Craft Utility, which are used to transport large military vehicles, equipment and troops. Our loved ones share the burdens and the worry while we are overseas, but they are also pillars of support … Our country depends on the sacrifices you all are making today, and for that we are eternally grateful.
Eric Connor of the th Sustainment Command. On Sunday, the unit will head to Fort Hood in Texas while the soldiers go through a month-long readiness program to prepare them for deployment. Senior leader of the unit, Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 Ken Lashbrook, explained this will be his third time deployed overseas.
From there, the unit will deploy to Camp Patriot in Kuwait. To begin the event, a spokesman read a letter from Rep. Thompson could not be there in person due to other commitments.
Many long embraces and tears from mixed emotions were shared Saturday as more than 20 U. Army Reservists prepared for their upcoming deployment to the Persian Gulf.