By Chief Warrant Officer 2 Rick de la Torre Photos by Staff Sgt. (CA) Richard Bergquist In its continuing search for new opportunities to provide quality training and assi [...]Read more
Age: 50 Lives in: Orange County Personal: Born in South-Central Los Angeles, reared in East LA and the San Gabriel Valley. Hobbies and interests include history buff and fur [...]Read more
By Chief Warrant Officer 2 (CA) Rick de la Torre Photos by Staff Sgt. (CA) Gene Arias Military training such as CPR classes and combat lifesaver courses can teach a Soldie [...]Read more
There have been several important changes recently for the CSMR Regional Support South chaplain corps as it continues to stay busy while evolving in ways to meet the faith [...]Read more
By Capt. (CA) Ronald Alexander Photograph by Staff Sgt. Gerald Berry Elements of the 1st Battalion State Military Police (SMP), Regional Support South (RSS), supported milit [...]Read more
By Dr. William Goldsmith Allergies are usually only nuisances. We all have them—food reactions, (especially shellfish), hay fever, perfumes, animal dander, insect bites, in-l [...]Read more
by Capt. (CA) Ron Alexander and Chief Warrant Officer 2 (CA) Rick de la Torre They were looking for perfection and the youths were trying hard to provide it. The job of findi [...]Read more
By Capt. Ronald Alexander (CA) Photographs by Staff Sgt. (CA) Richard Bergquist Most likely anyone who has lived in the United States has attended a school, a camp, on-the-jo [...]Read more
Dr. William Goldsmith, a colonel in the California State Military Reserve, is not only a Soldier and a physician but also a bit of a poet. This is his take on the plague of [...]Read more
How many situps can you do? By Staff Sgt. (CA) Jim Tortolano First of two parts One of the missions of the California State Military Reserve to is augment and help train the [...]Read more
Soldiers are still asking where they can pick up a copy of the latest Warrior Words newsletter. Some are wondering how to get a back issue so they can find a story or keep a copy for their memoirs.
The newsletter, an official publication of the CSMR Regional Support Command – South, was absorbed here into the command’s CSMRsoldier.com website beginning in early 2012. The newsletter no longer exists as a print publication.
However, all 17 issues of the newsletter that were printed during its run from 2008 to 2011 can now be found online. The issues are conveniently archived as full-color, downloadable PDFs on the Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System (DVIDS), a free global public affairs network that serves all U.S. military services. Click here to find your favorite issue or story: The Warrior Words Archives