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The 832nd Ordnance Battalion is hosting a series of Cleats to Boots recruiting events at high schools near Fort Lee, VA. Recently they visited Hopewell High School, bringing along representatives 23rd Quartermaster Brigade and local recruiters to share their experience and provide a better
understanding about the Army with the school's athletes, other students, and family members. The 832nd Ordnance Battalion is hosting a series of Cleats to Boots recruiting events at high schools near Fort Lee, VA. Recently they visited Hopewell High School, bringing along representatives 23rd Quartermaster Brigade and local recruiters to share their experience and provide a better
understanding about the Army with the school's athletes, other students, and family members. The 832nd Ordnance Battalion is hosting a series of Cleats to Boots recruiting events at high schools near Fort Lee, VA. Recently they visited Hopewell High School, bringing along representatives 23rd Quartermaster Brigade and local recruiters to share their experience and provide a better
understanding about the Army with the school's athletes, other students, and family members. The 832nd Ordnance Battalion is hosting a series of Cleats to Boots recruiting events at high schools near Fort Lee, VA. Recently they visited Hopewell High School, bringing along representatives 23rd Quartermaster Brigade and local recruiters to share their experience and provide a better
understanding about the Army with the school's athletes, other students, and family members. The 832nd Ordnance Battalion is hosting a series of Cleats to Boots recruiting events at high schools near Fort Lee, VA. Recently they visited Hopewell High School, bringing along representatives 23rd Quartermaster Brigade and local recruiters to share their experience and provide a better
understanding about the Army with the school's athletes, other students, and family members. The 832nd Ordnance Battalion is hosting a series of Cleats to Boots recruiting events at high schools near Fort Lee, VA. Recently they visited Hopewell High School, bringing along representatives 23rd Quartermaster Brigade and local recruiters to share their experience and provide a better
understanding about the Army with the school's athletes, other students, and family members. The 832nd Ordnance Battalion is hosting a series of Cleats to Boots recruiting events at high schools near Fort Lee, VA. Recently they visited Hopewell High School, bringing along representatives 23rd Quartermaster Brigade and local recruiters to share their experience and provide a better
understanding about the Army with the school's athletes, other students, and family members.

 

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

OD Connect | September 29 @ 1300

Ordnance and Logistics Leaders don't forget to tune in to the next Ordnance Connect on Thursday, September 29, 2022, from 1300-1430 EST. Ordnance Connect discussion topics are selected based on current issues challenging the field, aligned with the U.S. Army Ordnance School Core Competencies and Lines of Effort in support of building and preserving Readiness.

Visit our milSuite for connection instructions (CAC login required).

Under the Hood Episode 2 |
M88A2 and M109A7 Leader Certifications

 CSM of Ordnance Corps Decker, CWO of Ordnance Corps Terrones, SFC SALisbury, and SFC Cook discuss leader certification programs for the M88A2 and M109A7 inside of a M88A2 Hercules Recovery Vehicle

In the second episode of Under the Hood, CSM Jason Decker, Command Sergeant Major of the Ordnance Corps, CW5 Carlos Terrones, Chief Warrant Officer of the Ordnance Corps, SFC Michael Salisbury, and SFC Christopher Cook discuss the Ordnance School's leader certification programs for the M88A2 and M109A7.

Watch Episode 2 | M88A2 and M109A7 Leader Certifications now.

To learn more about the leader certification programs, contact 804-765-9867 or email the Ask the CSM inbox.

2023 Ordnance Corps Hall of Fame Inductees

Announcement graphic displaying the 12 Hall of Fame inductees for 2023

The Ordnance Corps Hall of Fame was established to honor those who have made a positive, significant contribution to the U.S. Army Ordnance Corps.

Announcing the Ordnance Corps Hall of Fame Class 2023: Exception Category: LTG Reynold Hoover & MG Kurt Ryan Historical Category: CPT Richard Bosch, COL Robert Braid, COL Jesse Brokenburr, Mr. Lester Griffin, & COL Frank Phillips Jr. Contemporary Category: CW5 Ronald Diehl, CW5 William Everett, CW4 Rhonda Sloan, Ms. Kathy George-Reading, & Dr. Upton Shimp

Sustainment News

The Persistent Threat Detection System is maintained by civilian contractors from Lockheed Martin to observe and support International Security Assistance Force elements from high above the battlefield. The PSDS is a tethered aerostat-based system, capable of staying aloft for weeks at a time and providing round-the-clock surveillance of broad areas. The Army began using PTDS in Afghanistan and Iraq in 2004. (Lockheed Martin)

Establishing a survivable BSA defense during LSCO is critical for the BSB as it enables direct support logistics, field maintenance, and echeloned force health protection support to the ABCT.
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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.

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91P Self-Propelled Artillery Systems Maintainer students work on a M109A6 Howitzer power pack assembly.

91P Self-Propelled Artillery Systems Maintainer students work on a M109A6 Howitzer power pack assembly. Here students are connecting the engine and transmission, which enables the repair or return of a single component and cuts the cost of replacing the entire assembly.
With the guidance of the technical manual and the 91P Instructor, trainees work as a team to align the engine block back to the transmission housing.
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