ONE MONTH FROM TODAY, THE U.S. ARMY G-4 TURNS 100!
All month we will post Army G-4 milestones, and the incredible work logisticians have done to supply our warfighters. As Teddy Roosevelt once said: "The more you know about the past, the better prepared you are for the future." Watch for our posts, leading up to the big day on 16 April 2018.
U.S. Army Logistics: 100 Years Strong!...
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Join us in cheering for Team Hawaii! They have earned gold in Category W2, Military Hot Food Kitchen during the 43rd Annual Joint Culinary Training Exercise at ...Fort Lee, Virginia March 11, 2018 and continue to compete all week! (Photos courtesy of MSG Charlene Coleman, 25DSB food services) #LightningSupport
Military chefs across the world are competing in the 43rd Annual Joint Culinary Training Exercise at Fort Lee, Virginia.
CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 5 CHERYL D. MONROE MAKES HISTORY AS WE CELEBRATE WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH.
In a ceremony at the Pentagon presided by LTG Piggee, CW5 Monroe became the first African-American female Chief Warrant Officer 5 in the ammunition field. “She is a pioneer,” LTG Piggee said. Today, 175,000 women are in the Army – making up 17 percent of our Total Army Team. “I am so pleased that we can push the boundaries, with such a talented and deserving Soldier, capable of ha...ndling the toughest jobs.”
CW5 Monroe started as an ammunition specialist and served as a Drill Sergeant before becoming a Warrant Officer in 2003. Since then, she deployed six times, including three times to Iraq – and she went from overseeing $5 million worth of ammunition on her first deployment, to $2.7 billion on her last. She came to the Pentagon in 2015, and is on the front-line of our efforts to improve ammunition readiness.
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The Army’s Organic Industrial Base, managed by U.S. Army Materiel Command, is comprised of 23 manufacturing arsenals, maintenance depots and ammunition plants r...eady to maintain unit readiness across the force today and the ability to surge production in the future.
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The Army is making progress in logistics readiness on a number of fronts, LTG Piggee told a group of transporters during remarks this week to the National Defense Transportation Association’s DC Chapter.
He said the Army has stockpiled equipment all over the globe; improved the way it distributes repair parts; successfully fielded GCSS-Army, which is improving materiel management; and is looking at a number of technologies for tomorrow’s battlefields. He encouraged industr...y leaders to continue collaborating closely with the Army, as partnerships are needed for the Army to fight and win.
Thanks to Army Materiel Command's 23 depots, arsenals, and ammunition plants for always keeping our Army ready!
March 8, 2018. Soldiers assigned to HHC, 7th Transportation Brigade (Expeditionary) getting ready for Resolute Shamrock. Resolute! (U.S. Army photos by Spc. Wilmarys Roman Rivera)
The #WhateverItTakes battalion conducted training exercise "Broken Arrow" this week focusing on base defense and #sustainment operations in austere environments...! #LightningSupport #TropicLightning #Training #25ID
LOOKING FOR READING FOR THE WEEKEND? Join the thousands of Army Logisticians who are learning about force projection in the new issue of Army Sustainment. Check it out here: https://issuu.com/fredbaker/docs/marapr2018
READINESS TODAY: Army Reserve Soldiers from the 376th Transportation Company traveled almost 2,500 miles from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington to Fort Knox, Kentucky to support a training exercise -- ensuring our Soldiers have the tools & training they need to deploy, fight & win. Army Strong!
QMS CSM Rice and JCCoE SGM Thomas share a birthday, while CSM Rice shows off his skills preparing for his demonstration
The Army Materiel Command develops and delivers resources and expertise to achieve the Army’s number one priority – readiness!
For more than 50 years, AMC has ensured our Soldiers remain the best-equipped fighting force in the world, providing every piece of equipment and all supplies our warfighters need to win on the battlefield. #MaterielMatters