LRS Deactivation

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Post by Mother_Benning »

E/51 is the only one left, and they are gone as soon as they get back from downrange.

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Mother_Benning wrote:E/51 is the only one left, and they are gone as soon as they get back from downrange.
WRONG!!

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rthree wrote:
Mother_Benning wrote:E/51 is the only one left, and they are gone as soon as they get back from downrange.
WRONG!!
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ATL in F CO, RGR 01-05. F CO isn't going anywhere. All programs are up and running, deployment had great LRS missions, have a great 1SG. Everything that I have read about Corps LRS on here is wrong. Deadwood has been and will be sent packing.

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rthree wrote:ATL in F CO, RGR 01-05. F CO isn't going anywhere. All programs are up and running, deployment had great LRS missions, have a great 1SG. Everything that I have read about Corps LRS on here is wrong. Deadwood has been and will be sent packing.
You were just told in your intro to refrain from posting until you've done a thorough Recon of the AO, and get a good understanding of the community here.

How about do so!

You also need to get an avatar.
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Post by wellfed »

rthree...The question was "Is Corps LRS deactivating also? No one said anything about them already deactivated. I should know I was the last 1SG for one of the deactivated Division LRS. Only Corps will keep them as of right know until full modulation is complete. Corps will be assassed at that time. RSTA have picked up dismounted recon/surv etc. for Bde level Ops..there will be no division Recon/surv assets (that I presume will come from Corps)
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rthree wrote:ATL in F CO, RGR 01-05. F CO isn't going anywhere. All programs are up and running, deployment had great LRS missions, have a great 1SG. Everything that I have read about Corps LRS on here is wrong. Deadwood has been and will be sent packing.
Like everyone else said, Post an intro shithead. Until then "Shut your Cock Holster".
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armyofjuan wrote:im in 82nd lrsd and they talked about deactivating us this month but they decided to wait another year. there is a lot of talk about the diactivation of all the lrs units.
I was in 9ID lrs, they deactivated us and moved us to I Corps which lasted a few years, and then they gave our mission to F/425 (NG)
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Is this an OPSEC thing?
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Post by Mother_Benning »

Battlefield Surveillance Brigades (BfSB) under the new Force Mod will be the new home of NG LRSU's, or so I have heard..........

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Ranger Bill wrote:Is this an OPSEC thing?
No, It's not. If you were talking MTOE and capabilities, I would have to say yes
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Post by 23LRS »

The Army is really dropping the ball on this one.
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23LRS wrote:The Army is really dropping the ball on this one.
You definitely have to explain this remark...
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Yes activation and de-activation of units and missions is an OPSEC thing. I still work for the U.S. Army and we have been told to quit talking about the things we are doing unless we get the OK from higher HQS. That is the primary reason I dropped the subject.
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Post by 23LRS »

ou definitely have to explain this remark...
I feel like the LRS units should be full time AD solidiers, with dedicated funding, schools and training.. By relegating them to the NG they are putting the on the back burner.
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