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Soldiers of the 330th Transportation Battalion (Movement Control) gather at the Holiday Inn Fayetteville-Bordeaux for their Battalion Ball. A solemn photograph of the POW/MIA table, that is set for one, to honor and remember those fallen and missing Soldiers. The 330th Trans Bn Command Team, CSM Doreena Miles (left), and LTC Joseph Blanding (right), are joined by the 82nd Sustainment Brigade Commander, COL Mark Collins. From left to right: RCSM Cynthia Howard, BG John Sullivan, LTC Joseph Blanding, CSM Doreena Miles

330th Transportation Battalion Ball

The 330th Transportation Battalion (Movement Control), 82nd Sustainment Brigade, held a Formal on Friday 17 October near their home station of Fort Bragg, NC. The event served as a celebration of their recent redeployment from Operation Enduring Freedom, where they performed Mission Command for air and land movements across the CJOA. BG Sullivan served as the guest speaker at the event, which was attended by approximately 150 Soldiers.

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Night at the Museum flyerThe Transportation Museum invites you to join us for a “Night at the Army Transportation Museum.” See the exhibits come alive with fun activities and trick or treat through the museum. Monday, October 27th from 5 – 8pm. The event is FREE and welcome for ages 12 and under. Come in costume! For more information call (757) 878-1115.



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Soldiers with 45th Special Troops Battalion, 45th Sustainment Brigade, 8th Theater Sustainment Command, tie-down a vehicle they loaded on U.S. Army Vessel CW3 Harold C. Clinger, a logistical support vessel, Sept. 11 at a loading dock at Waipio Point, as part of the unit's deployment readiness exercise held Sept. 8-12 across Oahu. Photo Credit: Sgt. Jon R Heinrich (8th Theater Sustainment Command)

45th STB exercises land, air, sea capabilities during readiness training

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii - To achieve "readiness" in the Pacific, a unit must be able to quickly prepare its equipment and troops for movement by land, air, and/or sea.  continue


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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

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This page last updated: October 22, 2014

Chief of Transportation Regimental Command Sergeant Major Cynthia B. Howard

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