SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – U.S. Transportation Command delivers an extraordinary ability—unique to the United States—to rapidly project national power and influence, anywhere, anytime.
In order to preserve this capability for the future, the command group and directors recently met in a series of four strategic seminars that built on the foundational work established in the command’s strategic plan, “Our Story.”
The seminars helped the leadership team clearly discern USTRANSCOM’s future operating environment, decide how USTRANSCOM should overcome future challenges, and commit to act on the decisions resulting from their discussions.
Gen. William M. Fraser III, commander, USTRANSCOM, hosted the seminars. Bruce Busler, director, USTRANSCOM’s Joint Distribution Process Analysis Center, facilitated the seminar series.
At the conclusion of the seminar series, USTRANSCOM’s leadership team achieved a shared understanding about the challenges of the future, agreed on USTRANSCOM’s core missions and responsibilities, and developed concepts for internal realignment that will achieve efficiencies and ensure continued success in the future.
The Department of Defense’s response to multiple, simultaneous crises around the world is quickly becoming the norm. To test its ability to meet the challenges in such contingencies, U.S. Transportation Command held Turbo Challenge 2015.
Gen. Paul J. Selva, commander U.S. Transportation Command, visited U.S. Naval Support Activity (NSA) Souda Bay, Greece March 5, as part of a familiarization tour, which included Italy, Greece, Crete, Israel and Spain. U.S. Navy photos by Mass Commu
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Gen. Paul J. Selva, commander of U.S. Transportation Command, today publicly introduced a new, innovative capability that will allow the Department of Defense to air transport multiple patients with highly infectious diseases.
REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. -- Top officials from the U.S. Transportation Command met with their Army Materiel Command counterparts here Jan. 20, on the heels of a successful transition out of Afghanistan.