U.S. Army Reserve Command recently launched its first mobile app, designed to allow users to connect with other Reserve members using the app in their immediate area, whenever the need arises. Lt. Gen. Charles Luckey, chief of the Army Reserve, called the new Double Eagle App a "tremendous capability" that will allow Reserve soldiers and family members to more effectively support each other in the future. A video presentation on the app is located on the new Double Eagle App webpage on the Army Reserve's website, which explains how soldiers can download it. The new app will also give Reserve soldiers information on important topics such as how to prepare for the new Army Combat Fitness Test, a new physical fitness evaluation that will replace the current Army Physical Fitness Test in October 2020. Read more about the app on Military.com.
Army Launches New App to Help Reservists Find Each Other
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