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The 266th MCT conducting great training. Lifeline 299 BSB, 1ID CPP crews conducting Tables II and III of sustainment convoy protection platform gunnery. The 258th MCT conducting convoy simulator - reacting to IED/VBIED and actions on contact training. To kick off the 2018 New Year, 841st, along with Cooper/Ports America, ASLAC, and KBR Wyle conducted an APS3 PREPO load. SPC Whitfield of the 99th Movement Control Team Mihail Kogalniceanu, Romania, prepares container for line haul movement. 571st Movement Control Team completes SOF customs request to continue Movement Control Operations in the Baltic States.
PFC  Farrington of 571st Movement Control Team discusses route clearances within AO North during Movement Control Operations in the Baltic States. The Surface Warriors of the 652nd ETOE, 840th Transportation Battalion ensures equipment is unloaded and loaded safely and securely in order to deliver readiness to its final location! The 1st Air Cavalry Brigade 'Air Cav' Soldiers and helicopters have arrived to take the role as U.S. Army 'First in support' Europe's force supporting Atlantic Resolve. On Saturday Maj. Gen. Palzer and Brig. Gen. Fink visited with the 4th ESC Soldiers that supported local authorities with Hurricane Harvey rescue and resupply operations. In 2008, the 956th Transportation Company, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, completed it's last 'load-out', by deploying the 10th Combat Aviation Brigade to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 557th Movement Control Team, a subordinate unit to the 451st ESC, completed a Combat Support Training Exercise at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Soldiers from Fort Eustis' 832 Transportation Battalion wrap up their JTF-PO mission in San Diego, California and will be returning home soon to Virginia. The 842ND Transportation BATTALION, 597th Trans BDE, SDDC Upload as Hurricane Harvey hits Gulf Coast. SDDC Commanding General MG Ryan had dinner with some members of 595th Transportation Brigade (SDDC). Five Soldiers were given commander's coins for their performance.

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 matériel 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 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.


Spearhead 20 Challenge

  The Office of the Chief of Transportation, US Army Transportation School, Fort Lee, Virginia is currently accepting registrations for the "Spearhead 20 Challenge to be held during the Sustainment Week's Branch Day on 1 May 2018. The Transportation Corps “Spearhead 20 Challenge” is a high intensity anaerobic activity that recognizes outstanding individual and unit Physical and Mental Readiness. Do you have what it takes to complete the TC Spearhead 20 Challenge? If so, the registration period is open from 21 March 2018 thru 20 April 2018. This years “Spearhead 20 Challenge” will be held on 1 May 2018 at Strength Performance Center, 6th St, Fort Lee, Virginia. Teams must submit their final roster and registration form by Friday, April 20, 2018. Additional details will be provided. Please call (804) 765-7443/7448 with your questions. You can also leave your registration forms at the TC Command Office in BLDG 5020, Command Entrance Desk, 3rd Floor.
Registration forms and information here 

Deployer's Corner Newsletter

Deployer's Newsletter

April - June 2018

As we cross the halfway point of FY18, I am proud of what our Transportation Corps Soldiers, Officers, and Civilians continue to accomplish! Whether supporting real-world operations or exercises around the world, your impact is being felt-and appreciated-everyday. This summer I will end my tenure as your Chief of Transportation, but our efforts to ensure our Army is ready to deploy to support the full range of operations, given limited or no-notice, to any theater around the globe, and to rebuild our culture of deployment readiness will carry on-our ability to rapidly deploy our Army and military is too important for it not to.

-From the Desk of the Chief of Transportation.

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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