Continue the Soldierization process to train and develop highly motivated, disciplined, and physically fit Soldiers and leaders who are committed to the Army Values and Warrior Ethos; provide professional and effective MOS technical training to provide our Army technically and tactically competent Ordnance Soldiers who can immediately contribute to the mission accomplishment of their next unit of assignment. Provide command and control, force protection, administrative, training, and logistical support for assigned and attached personnel and their families.
A team of professionals promoting camaraderie and teamwork to accomplish mission requirements and success in a timely manner. Committed to providing the best trained Ordnance Soldiers to the United States Operational Army.
The colors crimson and yellow (gold) are the colors used for the Ordnance Corps. The five-tongued flame represents the Unit’s battle honors awarded for service in France and Central Europe during World War II, the location of which is denoted by the Fleur-de-lis.
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This page last updated: August 7, 2019