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Wildcat
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The WILDCAT is a quarterly command information product published by the 81st Regional Support Command. The WILDCAT is designed to inform the 1,200 Wildcat staff members and 53,000 supported Army Reserve Soldiers and civilians in over 275 Army Reserve Facilities in North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands of information related to programs, services and happenings in the 81st RSC area of responsibility.

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The First Patch in the Army Soldiers and Civilians observe the nine Wildcats in 1918 we should know Soldiers

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2 Readiness. THE WILDCAT MA Y JUNE 2018 THE 8 1ST READINESS DIVISION, TOGETHER WITH ITS P ARTNERS, PREP ARES FOR UNIFIED LAND OPERATIONS IN A MULTIDOMAIN BATTLE FIELD, PROVIDES GEOGRAPHIC SUPPORT ACTIVITIES TO THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES, AND ENSURES COMBATREADY UNITS, AND SOLDIERS FOR THE ARMY AND JOINT WARFIGHTER THAT ARE TRAINED, EQUIPPED AND LETHAL, TO WIN OUR NATIONS WARS The WILDCAT is an authorized monthly pub lication for members of the 81st Readiness Division and their Soldiers, Civilians, Family Members and Customers. The editorial content of this publication is not necessarily the official view of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, Department of the Army, the U.S. Army Reserve Command, or the 81st RD Command Team. The editorial content of this publication is the responsibility of the 81st RD Public Affairs Office, Fort Jackson, S.C. SUBMISSIONS: Story ideas, photos, article submissions and other relevant materials may be submitted via email to: jeffrey.s.mullett2.mil@mail.mil 81ST RD COMMAND TEAM MG KENNETH D. JONES COMMANDING GENERAL BG DION B. MOTEN DEPUTY COMMANDING GENERAL MR. PETER T. QUINN CHIEF OF STAFF CW4 JEFFREY FORMAN COMMAND CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER CSM LEVI G. MA YNARD COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR THE WILDCAT STAFF LT. COL KRISTIAN SORENSEN PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER LT. COL JENNINGS BUNCH PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER MR. MICHAEL P MASCARI PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST MEDIA RELATIONS SGT. 1ST CLASS JEFF MULLETT PUBLIC AFFAIRS NCOIC WILDCAT EDITOR SGT. H. MARCUS MCGILL PUBLIC AFFAIRS NCO

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3 Training Events & Programs: June July Observances/Holidays: June July 2018

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9 New Blood

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10 Twice the Citizen! 10 October 2017 AR Retirement Services 81st Regional Support Command Retirement Services Office 81 Wildcat Way, Fort Jackson, South Carolina 29207 Office: (803) 7519661/9864/9698 Fax: (803) 7513152 Email: usarmy.usarc.81rsc.list.dhr rso@mail.mil POCs : CPT Leagones / MSG Floore/ Mrs. Jones States Covered: AL, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, PR, SC, TN DATE: CITY, STATE, ZIP Saturday 14 July 2018Jacksonville, FLSaturday 4 August 2018Raleigh, NCSaturday 25 August 2018Columbia, SCSaturday 8 September 2018St. Croix. VI RI *Dates and locations subject to change. Please verify with the RSOs listed above prior to making travel arrangements. RevisedPre -Retirement Training Briefs Open Open Open Open 81st Readiness Division

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12 By CH (MAJ) Robert M. Farmer

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14 WE ARE HERE TO HELPProvided by: 81 st Readiness Division, Surgeon Office Mass Medical Events are one way for Soldiers to complete their Individual Medical Readiness requirements. Current guidance from USARC for IMR services depends on if a Soldier is in a Ready Force X (RFX) unit or not. Soldier categories are RFX 1a (ready to deploy in 030 days), 1b (31 60 days), 1c (61 90 days), or RFX 2 units (SDDC Surface Deployment and Distribution Command). All other units (RFX 1d (91+ days), 1e (ARSC), 1f ( 9thMSC), RFX 3 (MFGI Expansion), RFX 4 (other identified units) and nonRFX units will schedule and complete annual PHA, Dental exams, and Dental Treatment (DRC3) 9 11 months after their last assessment. MRC2 IMR services may only be obtained through individual in clinic services at the commands discretion or deferred until the mobilization process at a Level II SRP or MFGI medical processingScheduling IMR Services Options: In Clinic Scheduling : www.LHI.Care Toll Free: 877437 6313, Monday Friday 0700 2200 (CST), Saturday 07001500 (CST) Group Event : Units must adhere to Minimum GE Requirements, Priority for Services (USR Deployability) {PHA, DEN Assessment, DEN Treatment} Historical updates: dental (DD2813), vision (DA7655/ DD771), immunizations Service Members can log on to LHI.care and select Request Records Update

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18 May in Pictures Chaplain (Lt. Col. [P]) Charles Phillips is promoted to O6 during Battle Assembly, May 5.

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19 Facility Coordinator Course The Intent of the Facility Coordinator Course is to provide training to Facility Coordinators on facility related procedures, requirements and responsibilities outlined in AR 140-483. The three day course provides a forum to address current and future support operations, issues and concerns to ensure Facility Coordinators' ability to focus on and successfully complete their mission. The course also gives the directorates an opportunity a better customer relationship. The next course is scheduled for 21-23 August 2018 at the 81st RD on Ft. Jackson, SC. The 81st RD will provide funding for new Facility Coordinators and Center Commanders to attend the workshop. The last workshop had 40 Facility Coordinators, Facility Commanders and Assistant Facility Coordinators in attendance. POC's for the workshop are: CW3 Zimmerman, Brian803.751.7024brian.j.zimmerman4.mil@mail.mil CPT Kornmeyer, Ian803.751.9560ian.m.kornmeyer.mil@mail.mil SFC Lumpkin, Adolphus803.751.9993adolphus.d.lumpkin.mil@mail.mil

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20 81st Readiness Division (RD) Formal CAO/CNO Classroom Training Training Dates FY 2018 Point of Contact CAO / CNO General email After hours 803-312-2455 usarmy.usarc.81-rsc.mbx.casops@mail.mil@mail.mil

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22 D O W HAT H AS T O B E D ONE Contact Information: Cyber Criminal Intelligence Program 27130 Telegraph Road Quantico, Virginia 22134DISTRIBUTION: This document is authorized for the widest release without restriction. D O W HAT H AS T O B E D ONE Phone: 571.305.4482 [DSN 240]Fax: 571.305.4189 [DSN 240]Email usarmy.cciuintel@mail.mil CCIU Web Page http://www.cid.army.mil/701st.html#sec6 CPF 0002 18CID361 9H 22 February 2018Do Y ou Know W here Y our Personal Fitness Device Is? Our Adversaries Probably Do!I n the cyber world there are many vulnerabilities that safety minded user s should be aw are of. Some have already been written about in previou s Cybercrime Prevention Flyers B ut recent mass media reporting ha s focused attention on the vulnerabilities of fitness devices. The fitnes s device s vulnerability i s due to it being location aware. Location aware describes a device that knows where on the planet it is often with a few feet. Thats how devices calculate your fitness activiti es; where you run, how far you run, how fast you run, your heart rate, and other measurements. B ut it s not just fitness devices that have vulnerabiliti es, it s any electroni c device that is location aware. M ost location aw are devices record location data and allow user s to uploa d the location dat a to a remote site, such as an app on your phone or websit e, for further analysis. S ome devi ces are alway s connected and alway s sending dat a to a remote site. Sometime s you might not even be aw are of that. The vulnerability, you see, i s that some website owner s sell your location data, along wit h thousand s of others location data, t o third parties. And those third party vendor s might very well resell the dat a to y et other vendors. If your location dat a get s int o the hand s of a bad actor, you re vulnerable. With location data from a location aware device, someone can formulate a pretty accurate picture of your life patterns. Or a child s life patterns. Or a Soldier s life patterns. An adult s most frequently observed location will undoubtedly be home or a workplace, a child s most frequently observed location will likely be home and school. A Soldier s will likely be home and their duty assignment. Identifying the Soldier s workplace is particularly troubling when the Soldier is deployed and location data used by our adversaries could reveal where the Soldier is deployed. Under some circumstances, location data could reveal the paths of patrols, troop and equipment movements, and places the Soldier frequents. If the location is clandestine, the outcome of our adversaries having that information could be beyond devastating. The purpose of this flyer is not to tell you to stop using location aware devices. They have value. The purpose of this flyer is to raise awareness and help you understand the threats posed by location aware devices. You can decide if your use of the device is worth it. Where available, location based services may use GPS, Bluetooth, and your IP Address, along with crowd sourced Wi Fi hotspot and cell tower locations, and other technologies to determine your devices approximate location. (Actual, unattributed Terms of Service) Where available, location based services may use GPS, Bluetooth, and your IP Address, along with crowd sourced Wi Fi hotspot and cell tower locations, and other technologies to determine your devices approximate location. (Actual, unattributed Terms of Service)

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23 CALLING ALL MOTORCYCLE RIDERS!! As the weather warms, motorcycles will become more numerous on our roadways. Did you know The Army Progressive Motorcycle Program (PMP) requires all Soldiers who own or operate motorcycles to complete four cycle Safety Foundation Basic Rider Course (BRC), Basic Rider Course 2 (formerly Experienced Rider Course) or Military Sport Bike Rider Course, motorcycle refresher training, and sustainment training. Required follow-on training must be completed within 12 months of completing the BRC, and sustainment training is required every For more information please contact Sylvester Chisolm, sylvester.s.chisolm.civ@mail.mil or 803-751-9790.

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