Gen. William M. Fraser III, commander, U.S. Transportation Command, passed the USTRANSCOM flag to Chief Master Sgt. William W. Turner and with it the position of USTRANSCOM Senior Enlisted Leader, during a ceremony March 28 in the Scott Club, Scott Air Force Base, Ill.
Turner replaced Klukas, who retired after the Change of Responsibility ceremony. Photo by Bob Fehringer, USTRANSCOM/PA
U.S. Transportation Command officials have discovered many service members may not realize their entitlements when shipping personal vehicles as they move overseas or return.
Transportation experts from U.S. Transportation Command and Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command formed a fusion team Aug. 4 to more quickly evaluate and address critical issues affecting the U.S. military's privately owned vehicle shippin
Thirteen military cargo ships from the East, West and Gulf coasts have activated as part of U.S. Transportation Command’s Turbo Activation Exercise Series.
Baker is the USTRANSCOM liaison officer serving a six month deployment to Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan.
The site survey teams will focus on verifying the location of service member vehicles in the POV supply chain, as well as observe and evaluate location capacity concerns.