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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.

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TC in the News

Spc. Jalisa Oakley, a transportation management coordinator student, awaits for instruction during training on Aug. 28.

Transportation coordinators deliver the goods

FORT LEE - When your battle buddies need supplies, equipment, food and water, they count on you to get it to them if you're a transportation management coordinator in the Army.  continue


Soldiers from the 7th Transportation Brigade load and unload cargo from a temporary pier constructed at Fort Story, Virginia, on Thursday, August 14, 2014 (Staff photo by James Robinson)

The Army goes to sea with its navy

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. - Waves became choppy in the Atlantic Ocean as a massive cargo ship approached a floating steel pier under the watchful eyes of soldiers monitoring radar maps and live-feed cameras from inside a command tent on the beach.  continue


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Transportation Corps Quarterly SIGACTS Report 1st QTR FY14

Team,
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


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