Army Logistics Quick Reference

Transportation SharePoint

blankCASCOM Unit One Stop
Submit CASCOM Computer Work Order

2014 Regimental Award Winners

list of 2014 Regimental award winners

Click here for award winners

Please join me in congratulating our Regiment's 2014 Hall of Fame Inductees, Distinguished Members of the Regiment, and our Officer, Noncommissioned Officer, and Civilian of the year.

We will formally induct those selected to our Hall of Fame during a ceremony on July 24th, 1630, at our Transportation Corps Museum on Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA.

We will honor our Distinguished Members of the Regiment and "Of the Year" selectees during the Transportation Corps Ball on July 25th, 1730, at the Richmond Marriott, Richmond, VA. Please click here for upcoming Events to purchase your tickets today.

ROTC Cadet Summer Training

Pictured is an M1070 Heavy Equipment Transporter (HET) and an M1000 HET trailer with an M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank set up as a static display to showcase the Transportation Corps motto that "Nothing Happens Until
Something Moves".

Leaders from the Office of the Chief of Transportation attended Cadet Summer Training 2014 (formerly Warrior Forge) at Fort Knox, KY to provide an overview of the opportunities available to future officers within the Transportation Corps. To date, we've hosted the first iteration of seven which consisted of 10 cadet rotations (300 cadets). The Office of the Chief Reserve Affairs (COL Dale Rivers) and HRC's Force Sustainment branch provided great support with their TC Lieutenants, Captains, and Major Assignment Officers assisting in the briefings/engagement with cadets.

Upcoming Event

image for the 72nd Annual Transportation Corps Regimental Celebration.

72nd Annual Transportation Corps Regimental Celebration - Registration Now Open!

It's that time of year for the 72nd Annual Transportation Corps Regimental Celebration. This year's events will take place on July 24th-July 25th 2014 at both Ft. Lee and Joint Base Langley Eustis. We hope to see you there. SPEARHEAD!

Click for event details

Photos from the field

The First Marine Deck Warrant (880A) Officer for Puerto Rico National Guard (PRANG) Landing Craft Detachment (LCD)

From left to right: WO1 Lebron, SSG Fernandez, and 1SG Medina (PRANG). WO1 Lebron is the first TC Marine Deck Warrant Officer OIC of the PRANG Landing Craft Detachment (LCD) in its 34 year history.Warrant Officer One Howard Lebron was one of the recent graduates of the 880A Warrant Officer Basic Course class #001-14 on 11 June 2014. In collaborative effort with US Army Transportation School (USATSCH) and the 7th Transportation Brigade (Expeditionary) PRANG authorized WO1 Lebron an extension of 45 days here at Joint Base Langley-Eustis to conduct his required Duty Performance Testing (DPT) to get licensed as a Vessel Master on a Landing Craft Utility 2000 (LCU-2000) series Army watercraft. Upon completion of his DPT as Master of an LCU-2000. WO1 Lebron will return to his Detachment as the First ever Marine Deck - Officer in Charge (OIC) of the PRANG LCD in the 34 year history of the LCD.

Past Photos from the Field

TC in the News

Army mariners from the 163rd Transportation Detachment and U.S. Navy Sailors with the Coastal Riverine Squadron 11, aboard LSV-2, the CW3 Harold C. Clinger, participate in a casualty evacuation exercise with the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade, during the biennial Rim of the Pacific 2014 exercise, July 10, 2014, off the shores of Hawaii. Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Gaelen Lowers

Army mariners, aviators conduct medical, logistics ops with New Zealand navy

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii (July 12, 2014) -- More than 80 percent of the world's population lives within 200 miles of the coast, and Army watercraft allow movement and maneuvers in and around that heavily populated littoral (close to the shore) region.  continue

Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company position a floating causeway with two warping tugs as part of the Combined/Joint Logistics Over the Shore 13 exercise, in Pohang, South Korea. 
Photo Credit: Chief Warrant Officer 4 Rick Deans, Army Field Support BattalionNortheast Asia

Army watercraft supporting Pacific 'pivot'

FORT BELVOIR, Va. (July 7, 2014) -- As part of recent government initiatives, the United States is continuing its "pivot to the Pacific," expanding and intensifying its role in that region. In line with that focus, the U.S. Army is increasing its presence across the theater and has increased the size and scope of bilateral exercises with many of its regional partners.  continue

Past News

Quarterly SIGACTS Report (CAC required)

Transportation Corps Quarterly SIGACTS Report 1st QTR FY14

Welcome to this quarter's TC Newsletter which provides updates to our worldwide TC community on a number of initiatives and activities. Just prior to the Memorial Day weekend, we were honored to pay tribute to those Transportation Corps Soldiers who gave the last full measure of devotion in defense of our Nation. We added the names of 47 of our Fallen Warriors to the Memorial Wall in our Regimental Chapel at Fort Eustis in a formal ceremony. If visiting the Eustis/Newport News area, I encourage all to take the time to visit our Regimental Chapel and reflect on the lives and sacrifice of those heroes whose names are inscribed on the Memorial Wall. As we prepare for our Regimental Honors activities on 24-25 July at Fort Lee and Joint Base Langley-Eustis, I invite wide participation in these events, which include our Hall of Fame Induction ceremony, the unveiling of the OIF/OEF exhibit at our museum, and the TC Ball in Richmond.

SPEARHEAD! BG John P. Sullivan

Facebook Feed

Commands and Corps Schools Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) Army Logistics university ALU Ordnance Corps Quartermaster Corps Soldier Support Institute SSI Transportation Corps


This page last updated: July 21, 2014

Chief of Transportation Regimental Command Sergeant Major Cynthia B. Howard

Ask the COT

Rapid Expeditionary Deployment Initiative - REDI toolbox