The Commander is responsible to the Secretary of Defense for the nation's defense transportation requirements.
The Deputy Commander serves as a principal advisor and assistant to the Commander, U.S. Transportation Command.
Manpower and Personnel
Our mission is to be the first stop for Human Resources expertise and the Command's premier advisor for manpower and personnel strategy and solutions.
Identify and assess threats to global inter-modal operations, and orchestrate production and dissemination of comprehensive transportation intelligence on seaports, airfields, and connecting surface networks.
Operations and Plans
The Operations Directorate develops and implements deployment and distribution solutions and provides movement visibility for the Department of Defense in support of national interests.
Strategy, Policy, Programs, and Logistics
The Strategy, Policy, Programs, and Logistics Directorate is the center of the United States Transportation Command's strategic planning, logistics, and policy efforts.
Command, Control, Communications, and Cyber Systems
The directorate is responsible for long-range planning, policy guidance, direction, technical, control, and program management for projects involving the development and implementation of major transportation management systems DOD-wide.
Program Analysis and Financial Management
Responsible for development and integration of Command's strategic goals, operational plan, expected outcomes in budget formulation and management of Command resources.
The Reserve Component Directorate (TCJ9) advises the USTRANSCOM Commander on all matters related to Reserve Component support to USTRANSCOM and component commands.
Joint Distribution and Analysis Center
Provide analysis and engineering support to improve the nation's ability to move and sustain the Joint Force and operate the Joint Deployment and Distribution Enterprise (JDDE).
A world-class acquisition workforce partnering with industry and customers to develop and execute innovative acquisition solutions supporting the Command's full-spectrum, deployment and distribution mission.
Office of Small Business Programs
Provide advice and counsel to the Commander on small business matters. Assist in developing strategies to ensure maximum participation and opportunities for small business concerns.
The Inspector General (IG) develops and manages programs for military investigations, assistance, complaints, inquiries, whistleblower reprisal protection and readiness inspections.
Provides legal expertise in its Core Competency of transportation law for USTRANSCOM and DOD.
Principal staff advisor to the USTRANSCOM Commander for public information,
internal information, community relations, and security/policy review of
information for public release.
The director of the USTRANSCOM Research Center is responsible for advising and assisting the Commander, U.S. Transportation Command and senior staff in a wide variety of areas including long-range planning, operations, operational planning, policy formulation, programming, budgeting, organization, training, and in complying with legislation and higher headquarters directives.
Office of Research and Technology Applications
The Manager of the USTRANSCOM ORTA manages all T2 activities across USTRANSCOM. T2 authority provides USTRANSCOM with the capability to enter into technology exploration partnerships with non-federal entities. The ORTA works as the principal staff arm of the USTRANSCOM Laboratory Director, a responsibility of the USTRANSCOM Deputy Commander.
To oversee global patient movement for DOD through the Defense Transportation System.
Senior Enlisted Leader
The principal advisor to the USTRANSCOM Commander and senior staff on all matters regarding the leadership, professional development, career progression, health, welfare, morale and effective utilization of all assigned Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen assigned to the command and USTRANSCOMs component commands.
To provide U.S. foreign policy perspectives and diplomatic considerations to the Command in order to advance the mission of U.S. TRANSCOM.