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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.

Transportation Gallery

831st TC BN relocated a DDMT in Oman. BG Russell conducts an LPD at Ft. Carson, Colorado. Soldiers of the 690th Rapid Port Opening Element practice their sling loading skills on JBLE recently. Members of the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade and the 8th Theater Sustainment Command practice air assault missions off the coast of Hawaii. Snow falls on Third Port during the recent East Coast Blizzard. Soldiers download equipment to set up Tactical Operation Centers in preparation for 25th ID’s Lightning Forge Exercise. SDDC CG MG Davidson and CSM McKeller visited the 599th Transportation Brigade in Hawaii. Members of the 25th Sustainment Brigade loaded vehicles and equipment onto the U.S. Army Vessel CW3 Harold C. Clinger for shipment to the Pōhakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii, Jan. 13. The 831st Trans BN hosted the 1st TSC Command Sergeants Major Bell while conducting his Battlefield Circulation to Manama, Bahrain. 10th Transportation Battalion conducted joint operations recently. The Retrograde Driving Team (RDT) in Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan conducts daily operations. Soldiers from 1st PLT, 51st TC learn recovery operations during weekly Sergeants Time Training.

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

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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U.S. Army Reserve railway operations students with the Maritime and Intermodal Training school graduate at Fort Eustis, Va., Nov. 5, 2015. This was the first class of railway operation students to graduate Advanced Individual Training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Natasha Stannard)Army Graduates 1st AIT 'Rail Ranger' Class

JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, Va. - In September 2015, the U.S. Army’s 757th Transportation Rail Battalion took to the tracks for the last time as it was realigned as the U.S. Army Reserve Expeditionary Rail Center.According to Richard Killblane, a historian for the U.S. Army Transportation Corps, the changes came from...

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Past News


Quarterly Newsletter

Quarterly Newsletter

During Operation Terminal Warrior 2015 at Little Creek Amphibious Base Aug. 16-29, Soldiers in the 364th ESC’s 385th Transportation Battalion (Terminal) provided; command-control, planning and supervision of attached units specialized in water terminal operations in the “Black Sea region” to ensure flow of equipment and supplies through fictional countries. The intent of the real-world training was to plan and safely execute bare-beach cargo operations while training battalion staff and subordinate companies in port operations, while focusing on maximizing individual and collective Mission Essential Task List (METL) training. Additionally, Soldiers learned to safely conduct RSOI, mission command, and ocean terminal operations in support of the loading, unloading and delivery of supplies for a world-wide simulated disaster relief effort.


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! I would like to take this opportunity to tell you how proud I am of the level of professionalism and the tremendous dedication you brought to every task our Army asked of you in 2015. Looking forward, 2016 is shaping up to be just as busy - or more so - for our Transportation Corps and Army. We must keep our eye on the ball and focus our energy on meeting and overcoming the big challenges that are ahead. Critical to our efforts is enhancing our ability to deploy and project forces, especially the movement control and in-transit visibility skills sets. In 2015, we began a number of bold initiatives that we look to accomplish in 2016, to meet current needs of our Army, and set the stage for the future. Development of the Movement Control Campaign Plan (MCCP) is on-going and already influencing the way we look at deployment and force projection of forces, in-transit visibility, how we train and educate movement controllers today, and more importantly how we need to train them in the future. We are working directly with the Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) and the other CoEs; as well as with our Joint Partners to analyze and refine our deployment and force projection processes.


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: February 8, 2016


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