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.
By Air Force Maj. Hank Pflugradt, USTRANSCOM Commander's Action Group
What if a technology existed that allowed troops at forward-operating locations to manufacture aircraft parts, tank treads and ship components, on the spot, anytime, anywhere, at the touch of a button? Is this science fiction or a future reality?
Cybersecurity remains a hot topic for the U.S. government and its commercial partners. U.S. Transportation Command is no different. The command is committed to advancing cyber-domain capabilities to ensure its ability to operate freely in an increasingly contested cyber domain.
U.S. Transportation Command recently held a Liaison Officer (LNO) Conference at Scott AFB for 20 different LNOs stationed with other combatant commands, collocated with the Joint Staff, interagency organizations, and the Defense Logistics Agency.
By Bob Fehringer, U.S. Transportation Command Public Affairs
Marching for miles and miles may be a requirement for military training, but for someone to travel halfway around the world to march 40 kilometers a day, for four days, carrying a 22-pound pack, while on leave, they must have something to prove.
U.S. Transportation Command’s Senior Enlisted Leader, Chief Master Sgt. Matthew M. Caruso, hosted senior enlisted leaders from USTRANSCOM and its component and subordinate commands at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, for Senior Enlisted Leader Day July 21.
Gen. Darren W. McDew, U.S. Transportation Command commander, presented the service members and civilians of USTRANSCOM Feb. 11, with the Joint Meritorious Unit Award for exceptionally meritorious service - the 11th such award since 1987.