• The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, (right), is shown components of a new Cab Support Tool by Jason Sikorski, 88th Regional Support Command Maintenance Division Chief (left), during a site-visit at the 88th RSC headquarters, Fort McCoy, Wis., Feb. 6, 2014. The new Cab Support Tool was engineered jointly between the 88th RSC Department of Logistics Maintenance Division and the Fort McCoy DOL to increase safety when working on heavy transportation equipment.
Balocki expressed great concern for the Army Reserve Civilians and soldiers, and stated he is dedicated to improving not only the logistical and administrative processes, but also the physical environment in which they work together to accomplish the Army Reserve mission safely.

    USARC CXO visits 88th RSC

    The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, (right), is shown components of a new Cab Support Tool by Jason Sikorski, 88th Regional Support Command Maintenance Division Chief (left), during a site-visit at the...

  • The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, views a new Cab Support Tool, engineered jointly between the 88th RSC Department of Logistics Maintenance Division and the Fort McCoy DOL to increase safety when working on heavy transportation equipment, during a site visit at the 88th Regional Support Command headquarters, Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, on Feb. 6, in order to gain a deeper understanding of the 88th RSC's mission. Mr. Balocki expressed great concern for the Reserve Civilians and soldiers, and stated he is dedicated to improving not only the logistical and administrative processes, but also the physical environment in which they work together to accomplish the Army Reserve mission safely.

    USARC CXO visits 88th RSC

    The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, views a new Cab Support Tool, engineered jointly between the 88th RSC Department of Logistics Maintenance Division and the Fort McCoy DOL to increase safety when working...

  • The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, (left), speaks with Michael Curtis, 88th Regional Support Command Safety and Occupational Health Manager (right), during a site-visit at the 88th RSC headquarters in order to gain a deeper understanding command's mission and current operations, Fort McCoy, Wis., Feb. 6, 2014. Balocki expressed great concern for the Army Reserve Civilians and soldiers, and stated he is dedicated to improving not only the logistical and administrative processes, but also the physical environment in which they work together to accomplish the Army Reserve mission safely.

    USARC CXO visits 88th RSC

    The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, (left), speaks with Michael Curtis, 88th Regional Support Command Safety and Occupational Health Manager (right), during a site-visit at the 88th RSC headquarters in...

  • The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, (left), speaks with Charles Hudson, Chief of Staff of the 88th Regional Support Command (right), during a site-visit at the 88th RSC headquarters in order to gain a deeper understanding command's mission and current operations, Fort McCoy, Wis., Feb. 6, 2014. 
Balocki expressed great concern for the Army Reserve Civilians and soldiers, and stated he is dedicated to improving not only the logistical and administrative processes, but also the physical environment in which they work together to accomplish the Army Reserve mission safely.

    USARC CXO visits 88th RSC

    The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, (left), speaks with Charles Hudson, Chief of Staff of the 88th Regional Support Command (right), during a site-visit at the 88th RSC headquarters in order to gain a...

  • The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, (left), speaks with David Teelon, 88th Regional Support Command Department of Logistics Contractor (far right) during a site-visit at the 88th RSC headquarters in order to gain a deeper understanding command's mission and current operations, Fort McCoy, Wis., Feb. 6, 2014. Balocki expressed great concern for the Army Reserve Civilians and soldiers, and stated he is dedicated to improving not only the logistical and administrative processes, but also the physical environment in which they work together to accomplish the Army Reserve mission safely.

    USARC CXO visits 88th RSC

    The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, (left), speaks with David Teelon, 88th Regional Support Command Department of Logistics Contractor (far right) during a site-visit at the 88th RSC headquarters in order...

  • The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, (right), receives a briefing from Jason Sikorski, 88th Regional Support Command Maintenance Division Chief (left center), on a new Cab Support Tool, during a site-visit at the 88th RSC headquarters, Fort McCoy, Wis., Feb. 6, 2014. The new Cab Support Tool was engineered jointly between the 88th RSC Department of Logistics Maintenance Division and the Fort McCoy DOL to increase safety when working on heavy transportation equipment. Balocki expressed great concern for the Army Reserve Civilians and soldiers, and stated he is dedicated to improving not only the logistical and administrative processes, but also the physical environment in which they work together to accomplish the Army Reserve mission safely.

    USARC CXO visits 88th RSC

    The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, (right), receives a briefing from Jason Sikorski, 88th Regional Support Command Maintenance Division Chief (left center), on a new Cab Support Tool, during a site-visit...

FORT MCCOY, Wis. - The new Command Executive Officer of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, James Balocki, conducted a site-visit at the 88th Regional Support Command headquarters in order to gain a deeper understanding command's mission and current operations, Fort McCoy, Wis., Feb. 6, 2014.

During his visit, Balocki toured: Equipment Concentration Site - 67; a New Equipment Fielding Facility; a Field Maintenance Center; and the Fort McCoy Reserve Personnel Action Center.

Balocki also received a briefing from Jason Sikorski, 88th Regional Support Command maintenance division chief, on a new Cab Support Tool, during the site-visit at the New Equipment Fielding Facility
The new Cab Support Tool was engineered jointly between the 88th RSC Department of Logistics Maintenance Division and the Fort McCoy DOL to increase safety when working on heavy transportation equipment.

Balocki expressed great concern for the Army Reserve Civilians and soldiers, and stated he is dedicated to improving not only the logistical and administrative processes, but also the physical environment in which they work together to accomplish the Army Reserve mission safely.

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