75th Innovation Command, USAR Operational & Functional Commands
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The Office of the Chief, Army Reserve (OCAR) is developing a new Innovation Command that will leverage talent and resources across the Army Reserve, to anticipate, identify and solve technology and innovation gaps, in order to improve Army warfighting readiness. The vision for the 75th Innovation Command is that it will drive operational innovation, concepts and capabilities to enhance the readiness and lethality of the Future Force by leveraging the unique skills, agility and private sector connectivity of America's Army Reserve.
The 75th Innovation Command is preparing to "Make Ready" for the future.
The 75th traces its history to World War II, when the 75th Infantry Division participated in the Battle of Bulge and the liberation of Europe. The organized Reserve Corps was re-designated on July 9, 1952, as the Army Reserve.
Through numerous activations and reorganizations, the mission of the 75th remained. Soldiers from the 75th mobilized reserve component Soldiers for service in the opening stages of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Soldiers from the 75th were subsequently mobilized to perform essential pre-mobilization training for reserve component Soldiers deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan.
The 75th was then reorganized as a mission command training command. The 75th became the headquarters of a coast-to-coast training operation ensuring commanders and staffs were properly trained prior to combat deployments.
Today, the 75th stands ready to refocus efforts to look forward, into the future of America's Army Reserve. The 75th Innovation Command drives operational innovation, concepts, and capabilities to enhance the readiness and lethality of the Future Force by leveraging the unique skills, agility, and private sector connectivity of America's Army Reserve.
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The 75th Innovation Command is on a talent search for innovators among the citizen-Soldiers within the Army Reserve. If you are an innovator; if you already work in the technology or innovation ecosystem (AI, Space, Robotics, Medical Science, VR/Gaming, Cyber, Big Data, etc.), and you are interested in contributing to the future of the Army and Army Reserve by joining the 75IC, we want to hear from you. Send a one to two paragraph summary of how you think you can contribute to the 75IC, along with a resume or CV, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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