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The Transportation Corps is a Force Sustainment branch of the U.S. Army headquartered at Fort Lee, Virginia, and is responsible for the movement of personnel and materiel by truck, rail, air, and sea. The Transportation Corps provides a full spectrum of transportation capabilities at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels of war.

The Transportation School trains Soldiers how to operate and maintain Army tactical trucks, material handling equipment and watercraft. The school trains Transportation Operations, Traffic Management, Convoy Operations, Cargo Transfer, Cargo Documentation, Movement Control, Operation of Heavy Material Handling Equipment, Sailing and Maintenance of Army Vessels, and Unloading Aircraft, Ships, Railcars and Trucks.

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Christmas came early for the
Soldiers of the 688th, 689th and 690th Rapid Port Opening Elements, today,
with the arrival of 30 new light sets. The light sets will replace the
current inventory which was at the end if its life cycle. The equipment
replacement was the result of several organizations working closely together
to make it happen, particularly the 833rd Transportation Battalion S4, the
597th Trans. Bde. S4, SDDC G8 and G9 shops for funding/acquisition support,
and finally the Technology and Logistics Support Division of U.S. Army
Contracting Command - Rock Island for contract solicitation and award.
Christmas came early for the
Soldiers of the 688th, 689th and 690th Rapid Port Opening Elements, today,
with the arrival of 30 new light sets. The light sets will replace the
current inventory which was at the end if its life cycle. The equipment
replacement was the result of several organizations working closely together
to make it happen, particularly the 833rd Transportation Battalion S4, the
597th Trans. Bde. S4, SDDC G8 and G9 shops for funding/acquisition support,
and finally the Technology and Logistics Support Division of U.S. Army
Contracting Command - Rock Island for contract solicitation and award.
Christmas came early for the
Soldiers of the 688th, 689th and 690th Rapid Port Opening Elements, today,
with the arrival of 30 new light sets. The light sets will replace the
current inventory which was at the end if its life cycle. The equipment
replacement was the result of several organizations working closely together
to make it happen, particularly the 833rd Transportation Battalion S4, the
597th Trans. Bde. S4, SDDC G8 and G9 shops for funding/acquisition support,
and finally the Technology and Logistics Support Division of U.S. Army
Contracting Command - Rock Island for contract solicitation and award.
“COL Nelson goes out with a bang as he participated in his last PT session with his “Over The Shore” Soldiers.” “1098th (Seadogs) and the Mike Boats are always willing to lower a ramp to assist the USMC complete a mission.” “The wall of previous Chief of Transportation Officers sit within the U.S. Army Transportation Museum at Joint Base Langley-Eustis.” “Mr. David Hanselman showcasing the U.S. Army Transportation Museum at Joint Base Langely-Eustis.”  Soldiers from 331st Transportation Company, 11th Transportation
Battalion, 7th Sustainment Brigade guide a floating Trident Pier in
preparation for the landing during Combined Logistics Over-the-Shore at
Anmyeon Beach, Korea, June 29, 2015. CJLOTS 2015 is an exercise that will
train service members on how to accomplish vital logistical measures in a
strategic area while strengthening communication and cooperation in the
U.S.-ROK Alliance. 
Spc. Spencer Grimes, Seaman, 331st Transportation Company, 11th
Transportation Battalion, 7th Sustainment Brigade, Fort Eustis, Virginia,
backfill a floating Trident Pier to secure it in place during Combined
Joint Logistics Over-the-Shore 2015 exercise, June 29, 2015. CJLOTS 2015 is
an exercise that will train service members on how to accomplish vital
logistical measures in a strategic area while strengthening communication
and cooperation in the U.S.-ROK Alliance. 
U.S. Coast Guard Ohio boat refuels before the start the duty day,
June 29, 2015, Anmyeon Beach, Republic of Korea. Various branch of Military
Service participates in the Combined Joint Logistics Over-the-Shore 2015
exercise. CJLOTS 2015 is an exercise that will train service members on how
to accomplish vital logistical measures in an area with strategic access to
Seoul.

2015 TC Regimental Awardees

2015 CLEA Awards Ceremony

The Regimental Awards Program was created to recognize outstanding individuals and units (both past and present) who have helped fulfill the Corps’ mission in very special ways, or who have brought known credit to the Regiment over the course of its long and proud history. Please join us in congratulating this years Hall of Fame, Distiguished Members of Regiment, and Regimental Officer, Warrant Officer, and Civilian of the year inductees. continue

 


TC in the News

2015 CLEA Awards Ceremony

Russell takes charge of TC

FORT LEE, Va. - After serving as the Chief of Transportation for nearly two years, Brig. Gen. John P. Sullivan passed the regimental colors to Col (P) Michel M. Russell Sr. during a June 4 change of command ceremony at the Transportation School Auditorium in Wylie Hall. continue


2015 CLEA Awards Ceremony

2015 CLEA Awards Ceremony

Chief of Staff of the Army General Raymond T. Odierno speaks at the 2015 11th Annual Chief of Staff of the Army's Combined Logistics Excellence Awards Ceremony from 0900-1000 on June 10th, 2015 in the Pentagon Auditorium. He will recognize 39 of the best logistics units in the Active Army, Army Reserve, and National Guard. This year's winning units come from 16 states and four countries, and are being honored for their excellence in deployment, supply, and maintenance. continue

 

Past News


TC Professional Bulletin (CAC required)

TC Professional Bulletin

Welcome to the current issue of the TC Professional Bulletin. As we move into the summer months, we will commemorate the Transportation Corps with our annual Regimental Celebration from 30-31 July. This year’s events will include the 2015 Regimental Awards ceremonies, Regimental Picnic, Regimental Run and conclude with the TC Ball. I would like to thank all those who submitted Regimental Award nominations to recognize our deserving Transporters for their contributions to the Corps and our Army. Mark your calendars as this year’s celebration will be a great opportunity for camaraderie and esprit de corps!


DTO/MO Newsletter (CAC required)

DTO/MO Newsletter

Happy New Year and welcome to the first issue of the DTO/MO Newsletter for 2015. This issue once again encompasses a broad range of topics and reflects Perspectives from strategic to tactical organizations. There are many informative articles contained within and I encourage you to share this product with the professionals in your organization. We look forward to using this newsletter to continue the professional dialogue with Logisticians across the force during the coming year.


Command Deployment Discipline Program Handbook (CAC required)

Command Deployment Descipline Program - Handbook

The Center for Army Lessons Learned has published CALL Handbook 15-01: Command Deployment Discipline Program. It is a tool for commanders to enhance unit deployment readiness. It is a combination of doctrinal and regulatory tasks that address Army standards, fundamentally focused on equipment movement and associated tasks from division to company level, to include installation tasks. The handbook can only be accessed online digitally via Common Access Card at present. This page will be updated when hard copies are available.


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This page last updated: July 27, 2015


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