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9th Mission Support Command

Sgt. 1st Class Gilberto Rivera and Petty Officer 1st Class Robert Hannah
Honolulu, HAWAII — The 9th Mission Support Command, headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii, has mobilized close to 400 personnel since March, throughout the Pacific, to provide assistance to Defense Support to Civil Authorities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 9th MSC is the most geographically...
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Ten months ago, the Army Reserve’s first Modular Small Arms Range (MSAR) held its grand opening in American Samoa. The MSAR is an indoor firing range with ten 25-meter lanes. According to the manufacturer, Laser Shot Simulations, the MSAR has the capability to handle...
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers under the 9th Mission Support Command waiting for physicals
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA – Tutuila, the largest and the main island of American Samoa, measures only about 21 miles across and about three miles from north to south. Yet this island is home to over 200 U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers assigned to the 9th Mission Support Command, headquartered in...
U.S. Army Reserve brothers Spc. Pemerika Mahuka, and Sgt. Clayton (Kona) Mahuka
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA  — More than 200,000 Soldiers are currently serving in the U.S. Army Reserve. Out of those 200,000, there’s bound to be a few siblings serving together. However, when two brothers serve in the same Army Reserve infantry company on the small Pacific Island of American Samoa...
Solders of the local US Army Reserve unit
Solders of the local US Army Reserve unit, last Friday at the Army’s new 9th Mission Support Command Modular Small Arms Range, indoor shooting facility in Tafuna.  [photo: Leua Aiono Frost]
The U.S. Army Reserve command and 9th Mission Support Command welcomed Soldiers and families of the U.S. Army Reserve from Guam, American Samoa and Hawaii April 27-29 for a Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program. [1st Sgt. Crista Mack]
HONOLULU — An old oak tree may not be available to tie a yellow ribbon around in Hawaii, but the Yellow Ribbon Integration Program, supported by U.S. Army Reserve Command, found palm trees and banyans to symbolically tie on for the U.S. Army Reserve ohana, or family, at the Hilton Hawaiian Village...