Army Maj. Gen. Vincent Barker, U.S. Transportation Command chief of staff, speaks during his retirement ceremony May 19, at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. (U.S. Transportation Command photo by Brien Vorhees)
Army Maj. Gen. Vincent Barker, U.S. Transportation Command chief of staff
U.S. Air Force Gen. Jacqueline D. Van Ovost, commander, U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM), and U.S. Navy Fleet Master Chief Donald Myrick, senior enlisted leader, USTRANSCOM, pose for a photo with 597th Transportation Brigade command leadership during an official visit to the brigade headquarters at Joint Base Langley Eustis, Virginia, May 11, 2023.
The purpose of the ILOC is to ensure the transportation, movement and medical support of the Armed Forces of Canada and the U.S. for the deployment, sustainment, medical evacuation, and redeployment of their forces anywhere in the world.'
By Sgt. 1st Class Doug Sample, USA American Forces Press Service
Gen. Handy jokingly told conferees that U.S. Transportation Command has been referred to as the "U.S. Transformation Command" because of all the changes that are taking place in the way the command does business.
Gen. John Handy, commander, U.S. Transportation Command, awarded a USTRANSCOM Certificate of Appreciation to 104 commercial transportation partners for their service to the U.S. Armed Forces in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.
Managing a new Department of Defense supply chain will require the cooperation and best ideas of corporate and academic America, according to General John Handy, commander, U.S. Transportation Command.
By Army Maj. G.P. Mirabella, USTRANSCOM Public Affairs
Brig. Gen. Robert P. Meyer, ended his tenure as Commander of U.S. Transportation Command's Joint Transportation Reserve Unit in a ceremony on October 4, and looked back on an assignment marked by several "firsts".
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The new program is designed to encourage the career development of mid-level DoD logistics professionals, both military and defense civilian employees, who will help lead and manage DoD's Future Logistics Enterprise.
By 2nd Lt. Dustin Hart, Air Mobility Command Public Affairs
The guidance recommends that monetary gifts from the public be made directly to private relief organizations, such as the Air Force Aid Society, American Red Cross, United Service Organization and Veterans of Foreign Wars.
By Tech. Sgt. Mark Diamond, Air Mobility Command Public Affairs
General Sanborn -- Chief Counsel for U.S. Transportation Command and staff judge advocate for Air Mobility Command -- joined a small group of U.S. military judge advocates that will be featured on an upcoming History Channel production.
The commander, U.S. Transportation Command has determined that continuation of the Civil Reserve Air Fleet call up is not required and has notified CRAF carriers that all aircraft called up will be released on June 18, 2003.
As Joint Intelligence Center--Transportation Commander, and Director of Intelligence, Butler increased the defense intelligence community's awareness of transportation as a critical component of preparation of the battlespace.
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. John P. Jumper sent the following letter to Gen. John W. Handy, commander of U.S. Transportation Command and Air Mobility Command, thanking the men and women of AMC for their support of Operation Iraqi Freedom:
By Cynthia Bauer, Air Mobility Command Public Affairs
Before the U.S. military could get the "heavy metal" of airlift aircraft into Baghdad and other Iraqi airfields, a small group of air mobility warriors was on the ground making sure the conditions were right.
To bolster force protection, the general public is urged not to send unsolicited mail, care packages or donations to service members forward deployed unless you are a family member, loved one or personal friend.
As the President announced the commencement of combat operations against the Iraqi regime, March 19th, all heads turned attentively to the TV screens inside the U.S. Transportation Command’s Joint Mobility Operations Center.
By Maj. Cliff Mirabella, USA, U.S. Transportation Command Public Affairs
“Their (liaison officers) primary purpose is to facilitate communications and to ensure the warfighter’s requirements and priorities are understood," said Air Force Col. Curtis Ross, deputy director of operations at USTRANSCOM.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Air Force Gen. Richard Myers, has awarded the Joint Meritorious Unit Award to Headquarters United States Transportation Command for exceptionally meritorious achievement.