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In early June, BG Michael B. Lalor and CSM Jason Decker visited Fort Benning and Eglin Air Force Base to observe training and discuss the future of training for Ordnance students. While in Fort Benning, they toured the Ordnance training divisions and engaged with leaders and maintainers from the 194th Armor Brigade. At Eglin, CSM Decker and BG Lalor toured the 73rd Ordnance Battalion, joined the EOD Phase II students for PT, and attended NAVSCOLEOD’s graduation. In early June, BG Michael B. Lalor and CSM Jason Decker visited Fort Benning and Eglin Air Force Base to observe training and discuss the future of training for Ordnance students. While in Fort Benning, they toured the Ordnance training divisions and engaged with leaders and maintainers from the 194th Armor Brigade. At Eglin, CSM Decker and BG Lalor toured the 73rd Ordnance Battalion, joined the EOD Phase II students for PT, and attended NAVSCOLEOD’s graduation. In early June, BG Michael B. Lalor and CSM Jason Decker visited Fort Benning and Eglin Air Force Base to observe training and discuss the future of training for Ordnance students. While in Fort Benning, they toured the Ordnance training divisions and engaged with leaders and maintainers from the 194th Armor Brigade. At Eglin, CSM Decker and BG Lalor toured the 73rd Ordnance Battalion, joined the EOD Phase II students for PT, and attended NAVSCOLEOD’s graduation. In early June, BG Michael B. Lalor and CSM Jason Decker visited Fort Benning and Eglin Air Force Base to observe training and discuss the future of training for Ordnance students. While in Fort Benning, they toured the Ordnance training divisions and engaged with leaders and maintainers from the 194th Armor Brigade. At Eglin, CSM Decker and BG Lalor toured the 73rd Ordnance Battalion, joined the EOD Phase II students for PT, and attended NAVSCOLEOD’s graduation. In early June, BG Michael B. Lalor and CSM Jason Decker visited Fort Benning and Eglin Air Force Base to observe training and discuss the future of training for Ordnance students. While in Fort Benning, they toured the Ordnance training divisions and engaged with leaders and maintainers from the 194th Armor Brigade. At Eglin, CSM Decker and BG Lalor toured the 73rd Ordnance Battalion, joined the EOD Phase II students for PT, and attended NAVSCOLEOD’s graduation.

 

Vision

Drive Change! Develop Ordnance solutions to win!

Mission

Train, educate, and grow Ordnance professionals who drive change; employ, develop and design DOTMLPF-P solutions to sustain Army readiness and win in Multi-Domain Operations.

Highlights

PTSD Awareness

A Soldier on one knee with one hand on the sandy ground holding the brim of his cover  (Photo credit: Sgt. Garvin)

June 27th is PTSD Awareness Day. Soldiers in our U.S. Army and civilians across our nation suffer from PTSD as a result of combat stress or a severe life trauma. Our goal is to connect our Soldiers with the necessary resources for their wellbeing.

It takes strength to seek help for the wounds that aren't always visible. If you or someone you know is struggling with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, please check out the resources listed below.

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Army History Magazine | Spring 2022 Edition

Top half of Army History magazine cover

In this Spring 2022 issue of Army History, we are excited to present our readers with two interesting articles, a top-notch crop of book reviews, an examination of a rare artifact, and a look at the U.S. Army Transportation Museum.
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Army History Magazine: Spring 2022 Edition

Sustainment News

Soldiers with the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division conduct rail operations on April 20, 2020, at the rail head on Fort Bliss, Texas. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Michael West)

Setting the theater is key to maintaining dominance and overmatch across crisis, competition, and conflict, and no community has a bigger role than our sustainment and logistics enterprise. Find out how this enduring forward presence builds trust, helps assure allies and partners in a region, and serves as a credible deterrent to potential adversaries.
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Maj. Gen. Simerly sitting on stage looking to his right.  (Photo credit: US Army)

As our Army adapts to challenges future conflicts may pose, Army forces must be prepared to deploy and deliver combat power to the combatant commander or joint force commander. This requires units deploying on short notice to austere locations with all or a majority of its assigned equipment.
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#MaintenanceMonday

A 94R Avionic and Survivability Equipment Repairer student is performing the operational checkout procedure on the Advanced Flight Control System (AFCS) computer.

A 94R Avionic and Survivability Equipment Repairer student is performing the operational checkout procedure on the Advanced Flight Control System (AFCS) computer. The CH-47 Chinook has an AFCS for stabilization and coupled flight control operations. Ensuring these services are done correctly will allow our pilots and crew members to continue operating in adverse flight conditions and maintain a strategic advantage over our adversaries.
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#WhyIServeWednesday

1LT Stephen Waskom shares why he joined the U.S. Army.

1LT Stephen Waskom shares why he joined the U.S. Army. 1LT Waskom is a graduate of Sarasota Military Academy and University of Florida. He is training to be an 89E Explosive Ordnance Disposal Officer.
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Spc. Ethan Gaspard, a wheeled vehicle mechanic for Headquarters Support Company, U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa talks about his day to day responsibilities, and why his job is important to ensuring readiness within SETAF-AF.

A Fort Lee United States Army Ordnance Corps graduate lucky enough to be working in Vicenza, Italy. Spc. Ethan Gaspard, a wheeled vehicle mechanic for Headquarters Support Company, U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa talks about his day to day responsibilities, and why his job is important to ensuring readiness within SETAF-AF. Thanks to SETAF-AF for the video.
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