SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – U.S. Transportation Command celebrated the U.S. Navy’s 237th Birthday, Oct. 12, with a brief ceremony at the command’s Transportation Plaza.
In this photo, U.S. Transportation Command’s youngest sailor, Seaman Benjamin Norris, 21, and Cmdr. (retired) Dallas Harvey, 93, a Pearl Harbor survivor, cut a cake Oct. 12, celebrating the U.S. Navy’s 237th birthday during a ceremony at USTRANSCOM, at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Watching the event is U.S. Navy Capt. Daryl R. Hancock, USTRANSCOM director of Intelligence. Photo by Bob Fehringer, USTRANSCOM/PA
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Scott Air Force Base, Ill. - The American Society of Military Comptrollers recently recognized U.S. Transportation Command’s Deployment and Distribution Cost Based Decision Support initiative with a distinguished achievement award.
Memorial Day to Labor Day, known as the Critical Days of Summer, is the time of year when people see an increase in mishaps as they get out to enjoy the warm weather.
The American Society of Military Comptrollers recently recognized Jessica Krisch, U.S. Transportation Command’s lead budget analyst for all issues relating to Air Mobility Command, with the 2012 ASMC Individual Achievement Award for budgeting.
Peg Nigra, U.S. Transportation Command staff historian, was reminded of the meaning of Memorial Day recently when she talked to a woman handing out poppies made by veterans at the local food store the other day.
The St. Louis Federal Executive Board recognized five U.S. Transportation Command individuals and the Acquisition directorate team at the board’s Excellence in Government and Combined Federal Campaign awards ceremony held May 9 in St. Louis.