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In November, BG Michael B. Lalor, 43rd Chief of Ordnance and Commandant, U.S. Army Ordnance School, hosted the 1st Quarter, FY23 Ordnance School Town Hall. Many staff members were recognized for their support to the Ordnance School in an award ceremony prior to the event. In November, BG Michael B. Lalor, 43rd Chief of Ordnance and Commandant, U.S. Army Ordnance School, hosted the 1st Quarter, FY23 Ordnance School Town Hall. Many staff members were recognized for their support to the Ordnance School in an award ceremony prior to the event. In November, BG Michael B. Lalor, 43rd Chief of Ordnance and Commandant, U.S. Army Ordnance School, hosted the 1st Quarter, FY23 Ordnance School Town Hall. Many staff members were recognized for their support to the Ordnance School in an award ceremony prior to the event. In November, BG Michael B. Lalor, 43rd Chief of Ordnance and Commandant, U.S. Army Ordnance School, hosted the 1st Quarter, FY23 Ordnance School Town Hall. Many staff members were recognized for their support to the Ordnance School in an award ceremony prior to the event. In November, BG Michael B. Lalor, 43rd Chief of Ordnance and Commandant, U.S. Army Ordnance School, hosted the 1st Quarter, FY23 Ordnance School Town Hall. Many staff members were recognized for their support to the Ordnance School in an award ceremony prior to the event. In November, BG Michael B. Lalor, 43rd Chief of Ordnance and Commandant, U.S. Army Ordnance School, hosted the 1st Quarter, FY23 Ordnance School Town Hall. Many staff members were recognized for their support to the Ordnance School in an award ceremony prior to the event. In November, BG Michael B. Lalor, 43rd Chief of Ordnance and Commandant, U.S. Army Ordnance School, hosted the 1st Quarter, FY23 Ordnance School Town Hall. Many staff members were recognized for their support to the Ordnance School in an award ceremony prior to the event. In November, BG Michael B. Lalor, 43rd Chief of Ordnance and Commandant, U.S. Army Ordnance School, hosted the 1st Quarter, FY23 Ordnance School Town Hall. Many staff members were recognized for their support to the Ordnance School in an award ceremony prior to the event. In November, BG Michael B. Lalor, 43rd Chief of Ordnance and Commandant, U.S. Army Ordnance School, hosted the 1st Quarter, FY23 Ordnance School Town Hall. Many staff members were recognized for their support to the Ordnance School in an award ceremony prior to the event. In November, BG Michael B. Lalor, 43rd Chief of Ordnance and Commandant, U.S. Army Ordnance School, hosted the 1st Quarter, FY23 Ordnance School Town Hall. Many staff members were recognized for their support to the Ordnance School in an award ceremony prior to the event.

 

Vision

Build the Army's Culture of Maintenance, develop the Future Technician, and Cultivate the Workforce we need for the Army of 2030.

Mission

Train, educate, and develop agile Ordnance technicians who drive change; employ, develop, and design DOTMLPF-P solutions to build Army strategic readiness and sustain land dominance for LSCO (Army 2030) in Contested Environments.

Highlights

Holiday Block Leave

Maj. Gen. Mark T. Simerly, commanding general of U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee, speaks during the Holiday Block Leave Rehearsal of Concept drill Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022, at Army Logistics University on Fort Lee, Virginia.

Planning for Holiday Block Leave – the time when about 4,600 initial entry training students are allowed to go home to spend time with family and friends – was on full display Nov. 29 during a rehearsal of concept drill at Army Logistics University.
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FM 3-0 Operations

Shows the five separate operational doctrine for FM 3-0 with the statement, "The Evolution of Operational Doctrine"

The FM 3-0 Operations is officially available for download.

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FM 3-0 introduces new tenets and imperatives and provides an operational framework that helps echelons better organize forces in terms of time, space, and purpose. It describes operations in the context of competition, crisis, and armed conflict. It also addresses the unique considerations for applying landpower in maritime environments and the unique demands of, and requirements for, combat leadership.
- James C. McConville
General, United States Army
Chief of Staff
FM 3-0 Operations
(Foreword, pg. 2)

Sustainment News

Army medical logistics specialists Spc. Josue Martinez Carmona from Fort Hood, Texas, and Sgt. Armando Alverio Lebron from Joint Base Lewis–McChord, Washington, check class 8 medical materiel in preparation for DEFENDER-Europe 22 exercise operations April 5 at Dülmen Tower Barracks, Germany. (Photo by: Libby Weiler, U.S. Army Garrison Benelux,  Public Affairs)

As the Army pursues its greatest transformational change in nearly four decades to prepare for large-scale combat operations (LSCO) across multiple domains, its sustainers and logisticians will continue to serve as its most critical enabling force. Find out what Lt. Gen. R. Scott Dingle, the current Army Surgeon General and commanding general of U.S. Army Medical Command, and Lt. Gen. Charles R. Hamilton, Deputy Chief of Staff,

U.S. Army Logistics, HQDA G-4, have to say about Maintaining Force Sustainment Modernization Momentum Across the Enterprise in their interview for the Summer ASPB.

A close up of Gen Daly shown talking in front of an auditorim full of people. (Photo credit: U.S. Army)

The Army is currently in the midst of its biggest transformation in more than 40 years as we rapidly develop, acquire, and field new equipment and leap-ahead technologies, along with the skillsets, people, and force structure necessary to fight and win on the future battlefield.
Find out what Gen. Ed Daly, commanding general of the U.S. Army Materiel Command, has to say about, Shaping the Sustainment Force for the Future in his latest article for ASPB.

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#MaintenanceMonday

Instructor explains the components of the Caterpillar C7 engine that directly correlate to the engine’s fuel system to 91B Wheeled Vehicle Repairer students.

SSG Scott explains the components of the Caterpillar C7 engine that directly correlate to the engine’s fuel system to 91B Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic students. Students will learn how to maintain and diagnose fuel system-related issues on a military vehicle and which sensors can affect engine performance and drivability. The students will have to use what they learned in the classroom and in the bay to determine the fault within a fuel system.
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#TrainingTuesday

94D Air Traffic Control Equipment Repairer Students learn about the fundamental components and infrastructure of the main server for the AN/TSQ-221B(V)1 Tactical Airspace Integration System (TAIS).

94D Air Traffic Control Equipment Repairer Students learn about the fundamental components and infrastructure of the main server for the AN/TSQ-221B(V)1 Tactical Airspace Integration System (TAIS). The TAIS is a mission essential mobile communications and digitized Battlefield Automated System providing automation and communication capabilities at Air Traffic Services units and airspace management elements at Brigade, Division, Corps, and Echelons Above Corps.
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