Commander’s Unit Status Report

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Civillians also enjoyed the word game along with the 95th and 98th Training Division (IET) Soldiers. Photo by Mrs. Deborah Williams, 108th Training Command (IET), Public Affairs

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The 108th Training Command (IET), G33 Operations conducted a Commander’s Unit Status Report (CUSR) Refresher Training 16-17 Dec. 2015.  In attendance were representatives from the 95th, 98th and 104th Divisions to include HHC, 108th Training Command (IET). Readiness within the 108th Training Command is the Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Mark T. McQueen’s, number one priority and the CUSR is a snapshot in time of an individual unit’s readiness.

The CUSR training is very important and a high priority requirement. It is the benchmark for Senior Army Leaders to make prioritization and resourcing decisions. The CUSR remains the metric by which unit readiness is measured against Force Pool requirements. The 108th Training Command received Refresher Training from the 108th (G1, G33, G35, G4) Section Staff Members, as well as a representative from USARC.

Instructors, Lt. Col. Andrea McCollum and Sgt. 1st Class Stephanie Aaron, kept score while giving valuable information during the Commander’s Unit Status Report Refresher Training held at the 108th Training Command (IET), 16-17 Dec. 2015. Photo by Mrs. Deborah Williams, 108th Training Command (IET), Public Affairs

The purpose of the Refresher Training was two-fold.  First, ensure all CUSRs are correctly created and provide an accurate picture of unit readiness in all resource areas. Secondly, the refresher training allows for an open dialogue to take place in regards to expectations, challenges as well as possible solutions between the divisions, the 108th Training Command and USARC.

The 108th Training Command (IET), G33 Operations conducted a Commander’s Unit Status Report (CUSR) Refresher Training 16-17 Dec. 2015, using games to help locate information. Photo by Mrs. Deborah Williams, 108th Training Command (IET), Public Affairs

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