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R2S was released for a limited preview in June. Future R2S releases will include broadcasts, individual Navy personnel administration and information, mustering, location services, and the entire process of requesting orders, coordinating travel and submitting post-duty reimbursement requests. Finally, to ensure the Navy retains and has access to highperforming, knowledgeable and experienced sailors who are transitioning from active duty, we are promoting quality of service and quality-of-life initiatives in support of sailors and their families. We continue to recognize the extraordinary dedication and sacrifice of Reserve families and employers that are especially important for the strength of the Navy team. In what way does the Navy Reserve help expand and strengthen our network of partners? U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Spc. 1st Class Shannon Renfroe drive innovation. Through the continuous assessment of new technology, concepts and processes, we will help accelerate learning and rapidly implement lessons learned to maximize combat effectiveness and efficiency. The Navy Reserve helps strengthen the Navy team for the future Through continuum-of-service opportunities, the Navy Reserve provides a way to seamlessly transition between the Active and Reserve components, ensuring an operationally ready, highly trained and surge-capable force. We are leveraging technology to accelerate operational agility, minimize administrative distractions and increase each sailor's ability to focus on the mission and readiness. For example, through the development of a mobile application called Ready2-Serve (R2S), we are increasing efficiency, effectiveness and auditability throughout duty and pay processes. Reserve sailors drill at 123 Navy operational support centers, most of them outside fleet concentration areas. They provide a Navy presence and help educate the American public on the importance of maintaining maritime superiority through a strong Navy. The Navy Reserve helps deepen the Navy's operational relationships with our allies and partners, while supporting our shared interests through key international engagements and exercises. Enduring maritime partnerships are developed through ongoing relationship-building efforts conducted by Navy Reserve personnel assigned to commands such as NATO, Naval Forces-Europe and Naval Forces-Africa. Reserve units participating in the Maritime Partnership Program have assisted other navies with their maritime standard operating procedures and helped develop objectives and methods to combat piracy, counter illegal fishing and stop illicit trafficking. This support enhances interoperability and communication with our expanding network of allies and partners and ultimately improves global maritime security. The Navy Reserve's ability to support the "Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority" is rooted in our five strategic imperatives. By adhering to these key priorities and capitalizing on the breadth and depth of experience Reserve sailors bring to the fleet, we are more fully integrated with the Active Component and relevant to the successful execution of our national maritime strategy. THE OFFICER / FALL 2016 51

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The Officer - Fall 2016

ADVERTISERS’ INDEX
PRESIDENT’S COLUMN
OPENING SHOTS
FEEDBACK
CAPITOL HILL CONNECTION
HEARING THE VOICE OF THE RESERVE COMPONENT
WHAT IT MEANS TO ‘FIGHT’ FOR RESERVISTS
HEALTH CARE REFORM
SERVICE MEMBERS LAW CENTER
THE MILLENNIAL RESERVIST
CARING FOR THE CAREGIVERS
ATTEN-SHUN!
SERVICE MEMBERS’ MENTAL HEALTH IS CRITICAL TO READINESS
UNITED STATES COAST GUARD RESERVE
NATIONAL SECURITY REPORT
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF, NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU
OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR MANPOWER AND RESERVE AFFAIRS (M & RA)
ARMY RESERVE
MARINE FORCES RESERVE
NAVY RESERVE
COAST GUARD RESERVE
AIR FORCE RESERVE
RESERVE LIFE
2016 ROA NATIONAL CONVENTION
PROUD TO SERVE
DEPARTMENT AND CHAPTER NEWS
BOOK REVIEWS
STARS FOUNDATION PLAYS A VITAL ROLE IN SUPPORTING RESERVISTS
HELPING DEPLOYED RESERVISTS’ CHILDREN SUCCEED AT SCHOOL
STARS INDUSTRY NEWS
USAA’S CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY GOES ABOVE FOR THOSE WHO GO BEYOND
UNITED CONCORDIA’S ACTIVE DUTY DENTAL PROGRAM HELPS PREPARE RESERVE AND GUARD FOR EARLY ACTIVATION
BOEING’S C-40A CLIPPER JET BRINGS POWER AND SAVINGS TO THE NAVY
STARS BRIEFS
SALVO
The Officer - Fall 2016 - Cover1
The Officer - Fall 2016 - Cover2
The Officer - Fall 2016 - ADVERTISERS’ INDEX
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - PRESIDENT’S COLUMN
The Officer - Fall 2016 - OPENING SHOTS
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - FEEDBACK
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - HEARING THE VOICE OF THE RESERVE COMPONENT
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - WHAT IT MEANS TO ‘FIGHT’ FOR RESERVISTS
The Officer - Fall 2016 - HEALTH CARE REFORM
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - SERVICE MEMBERS LAW CENTER
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - THE MILLENNIAL RESERVIST
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - CARING FOR THE CAREGIVERS
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - ATTEN-SHUN!
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - SERVICE MEMBERS’ MENTAL HEALTH IS CRITICAL TO READINESS
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - NATIONAL SECURITY REPORT
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - OFFICE OF THE CHIEF, NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU
The Officer - Fall 2016 - ARMY RESERVE
The Officer - Fall 2016 - MARINE FORCES RESERVE
The Officer - Fall 2016 - NAVY RESERVE
The Officer - Fall 2016 - COAST GUARD RESERVE
The Officer - Fall 2016 - AIR FORCE RESERVE
The Officer - Fall 2016 - 2016 ROA NATIONAL CONVENTION
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - PROUD TO SERVE
The Officer - Fall 2016 - DEPARTMENT AND CHAPTER NEWS
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - BOOK REVIEWS
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - STARS FOUNDATION PLAYS A VITAL ROLE IN SUPPORTING RESERVISTS
The Officer - Fall 2016 - HELPING DEPLOYED RESERVISTS’ CHILDREN SUCCEED AT SCHOOL
The Officer - Fall 2016 - USAA’S CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY GOES ABOVE FOR THOSE WHO GO BEYOND
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - UNITED CONCORDIA’S ACTIVE DUTY DENTAL PROGRAM HELPS PREPARE RESERVE AND GUARD FOR EARLY ACTIVATION
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - STARS BRIEFS
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The Officer - Fall 2016 - SALVO
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