Aspiring Ordnance professionals are evaluated on their ability to carry out
warrior tasks and battle drills during the Ordnance Exercise (ODX). The ODX
is a three-day, two-night tactical environment designed to prepare students
for their assignments with operational units. Aspiring Ordnance professionals are evaluated on their ability to carry out
warrior tasks and battle drills during the Ordnance Exercise (ODX). The ODX
is a three-day, two-night tactical environment designed to prepare students
for their assignments with operational units. Aspiring Ordnance professionals are evaluated on their ability to carry out
warrior tasks and battle drills during the Ordnance Exercise (ODX). The ODX
is a three-day, two-night tactical environment designed to prepare students
for their assignments with operational units. Aspiring Ordnance professionals are evaluated on their ability to carry out
warrior tasks and battle drills during the Ordnance Exercise (ODX). The ODX
is a three-day, two-night tactical environment designed to prepare students
for their assignments with operational units. Aspiring Ordnance professionals are evaluated on their ability to carry out
warrior tasks and battle drills during the Ordnance Exercise (ODX). The ODX
is a three-day, two-night tactical environment designed to prepare students
for their assignments with operational units.

The U.S. Army Ordnance Corps and School is a Sustainment branch of the U.S. Army, headquartered at Fort Lee, Virginia. The Ordnance School trains soldiers, civilians and members of other services and nations in Ordnance skills and functions. The Ordnance Corps and School supports the development, production, acquisition, and sustainment of weapon systems, ammunition, missiles, electronics, and ground mobility material during peace and war to provide combat power to the U.S. Army.

Vision

To be the first organization units turn to for their Ordnance DOTMLPF needs.

Mission

Train, educate, and develop Ordnance professionals and synchronize DOTMLPF solutions across the institutional, operational, and self-development domains in order to build and preserve Army readiness.

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This page was last updated on July 8, 2019