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United States Army Transportation School awarded an accreditation rating of Institution of Excellence.

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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Big LOTS West Soldiers scan the seafloor for obstructions and take depth measurements to ensure ships can safely maneuver in the waters near the port in Alameda, Calif. The 839th Trans BN operations section and members of the Turkey Detachment discharged the 116th Cavalry BCT from the vehicle carrier Alliance Norfolk on June 20-21 at the Port of Constanta, Romania. 82nd Sustainment Soldiers getting ready for a jump out of a Chinook. 2LT Eric Dobberfuhl conducts a convoy brief during TBOLC’s 16-006 Operation Overland at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA. The 597th Transportation Brigade is providing Mission Command and Single Port Management (SPM) of Joint Logistics over the Shore 16 (JLOT S 16) in support of the State of Washington and FEMA.‬ As ‪#‎Anakonda16‬ comes to a close we begin our journey back to Germany! The 16th SBE command team farewells this morning’s convoy as they roll out.‬‬ Soldiers assigned to 331st Modular Causeway Company, 11th Trans BN, from Fort Eustis, Va., prepare to disassemble a floating modular causeway system during JLOTS at the Port of Tacoma, Wash., June 6. SPC Pinney, Cameron prepared for a supply delivery exercise during expeditionary skills training at Fort Stewart, Ga. The 831st Transportation Battalion, 595th Transportation Brigade help keeps the CENTOM warfighters strategically supplied during both peacetime and combat operations.‬‬ SPC Steinbrecher from 331st Transportation Company braid the rope ends that will be used to tie up the vessels to the pier.‬‬ The 250th Forward Support Company first iteration of crane training begins at Camp Funston, Fort Riley Kansas.‬‬ Soldiers and Airmen from the US Air Force 141st Civil Engineer Squadron, 11th Transportation Battalion, and 7th Transportation Brigade (Expeditionary) setup the Disaster Response Beddown System (DRBS).‬‬ 2ABCT, 1ID Equipment and supplies for EagerLion16 began moving months in advance for the May 2016 exercise in Jordan.‬‬

2016 TC Regimental Awards

2015 CLEA Awards Ceremony

Each year the Office of the Chief of Transportation recognizes three distinct categories in excellence for the Transportation Corps Regiment. These are the "Of the Year Awards", "The Distinguished Member of the Regiment (DMOR)" and the "Transportation Corps Hall of Fame (HOF)". Please click on the link below to find out who this year's inductees and winners are.

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2016 TC Regimental Activities Celebration

2016 TC Regimental Activities

Please mark your calendars and save-the-dates for our upcoming 2016 TC Regimental Activities Celebration. There are three days of exciting activities located at Fort Lee and Joint Base Langley-Eustis starting on Wednesday, 27 July 2016, with the annual Regimental Run at Fort Lee. From there we will transition to the T-School on Fort Lee to recognize the Deployment Excellence Award Best of the Best Winner, Distinguished Members of the Regiment (DMOR) and Of the Year (OTY) recipients. On Thursday July 28th, we will conduct our annual Hall of Fame (HOF) Ceremony at the TC Museum on Joint Base Langley-Eustis followed by the Regimental Picnic at the TC museum. Friday July 29th, will begin with a Golf Scramble sponsored by 597th Transportation Brigade at JBLE and culminating with our 74th TC Anniversary Ball held at the Richmond Marriott; an event surely not to be missed with good food, good laughs and great friends. Registration will open on or about 15 June for all of the events, look for messages posted on the this Website. We certainly hope you can join us this year! Additionally, please see the attached flyer containing the three day schedule for the Regimental Activities to be posted in all of your bulletin board locations.continue


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DOD Military RetirementDOD Military Retirement

The FY16 National Defense Authorization Act provides our military force with a modernized retirement plan built for retirement savings. Beginning in 2018, our service members can gain automatic and matching Thrift Savings Plan contributions as well as mid-career compensation incentives plus a monthly annuity for life. All service members under the current system are grandfathered into today's retirement system.

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599th Offloads Apaches, Stows Black Hawks599th Offloads Apaches, Stows Black Hawks

PEARL HARBOR — The 599th Transportation Brigade, headquartered at Wheeler Army Airfield, loaded out elements of the 25th Combat Aviation Bde. and III Marine Expeditionary Force onto the USNS Maj. Stephen W. Pless, here, Jan. 5-6, in support of Pacific Pathways 2016 exercises. To accomplish the move, the 599th teamed up with other transportation professionals from Fleet Logistics Center Pearl Harbor; Military Sealift Command; a Navy cargo handling battalion; a seven-person deployment and distribution management team (DDMT) from the 836th Trans. Bn. headquarters and Guam Detachment; and a representative from the 837th Trans. Bn. headquartered at Busan, South Korea. Before uploading the cargo, the team first offloaded four Apache helicopters and...

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Past News


Quarterly Newsletter

Quarterly Newsletter

Greetings fellow Transporters! As we move into the summer months, we will commemorate the Transportation Corps with our annual Regimental celebration from 27-29 July. This year’s Regimental Activities theme is “Army Transporters—Always Ready, Always Leading. The events will take place over three days between Fort Lee and Joint Base Langley-Eustis starting on Wednesday July 27th with the annual Regimental Run at Fort Lee. From there we will transition to the T-School building on Fort Lee to recognize the Distinguished Members of the Regiment (DMOR) and Of the Year (OTY) recipients. On Thursday July 28th, we will conduct our annual Hall of Fame (HOF) Ceremony at the Wylie Theatre on Joint Base Langley-Eustis followed by the Regimental Picnic at the TC museum. Friday July 29th, will be our 74th TC Anniversary Ball held at the Richmond Marriott. An event surely not to be missed with good food, good laughs and great friends. Onsite childcare and lodging will also be available for guests. Registration will open on 15 June for all of the events and will be posted on the TC Home-page at http://www.transportation.army.mil/. On a final note, 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! SPEARHEAD!


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

As you read this edition of the DTO/MO Newsletter, I have relinquished duties as the 28th Chief of Transportation. Reflecting on what has been an incredibly quick assignment, I am humbled by the responsibility of leading the Transportation Corps over the past thirteen months. No matter where I go, I continue to be impressed with what each and every one of you do to keep our Army and Joint Force moving, and I will carry a new sense of pride with me wherever I go...


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 25, 2016


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