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Command Sgt. Maj. Herman Luedthe, Transportation Surface Brigade command sergeant major, Col. Steven McLaughlin, 1394th TN BDE commander, Brig. Gen. David Elwell, 311th Expeditionary Sustainment Command commanding general and Senior Commander of the Combat Support Training Exercise, British Soldier Capt. Mark Cowley, 165th Port and Maritime Regiment RLC., 165th Port and Maritime Regiment RLC, and Warrant Officers Steve Cooper and Tony Houghton, traveled to Southern California for the Big Logistics-Over-the-Shore West 2017 at Camp Pendleton, for joint operations with the United States Navy and U.S Marine Corp, during the month of July.
Overseeing Big LOTS - West 2017
Command Sgt. Maj. Herman Luedthe, Transportation Surface Brigade command sergeant major, Col. Steven McLaughlin, 1394th TN BDE commander, Brig. Gen. David Elwell, 311th Expeditionary Sustainment Command commanding general and Senior Commander of the Combat Support Training Exercise, British Soldier Capt. Mark Cowley, 165th Port and Maritime Regiment RLC., 165th Port and Maritime Regiment RLC, and Warrant Officers Steve Cooper and Tony Houghton, traveled to Southern California for the Big Logistics-Over-the-Shore West 2017 at Camp Pendleton, for joint operations with the United States Navy and U.S Marine Corp, during the month of July.
The 1394th Transportation Surface Brigade conducted the Big Logistics-Over-the-Shore West 2017 at Camp Pendleton, for joint operations with the United States Navy and U.S Marine Corp, during the month of July. The Navy’s Landing Craft Air Cushion delivers cargo from ships directly to the beach, where the Marines were on scene to give logistical support with transportation once the delivery was made. Big LOTS - West 2017 is a United States Army Reserve functional exercise part of the Army Reserve Training Strategy in order to enhance unit readiness by conducting live and virtual port and bare beach operations with external evaluations.
Overseeing Big LOTS - West 2017
The 1394th Transportation Surface Brigade conducted the Big Logistics-Over-the-Shore West 2017 at Camp Pendleton, for joint operations with the United States Navy and U.S Marine Corp, during the month of July. The Navy’s Landing Craft Air Cushion delivers cargo from ships directly to the beach, where the Marines were on scene to give logistical support with transportation once the delivery was made. Big LOTS - West 2017 is a United States Army Reserve functional exercise part of the Army Reserve Training Strategy in order to enhance unit readiness by conducting live and virtual port and bare beach operations with external evaluations.
Col. Steven McLaughlin, 1394th Transportation Surface Brigade commander, traveled to Southern California to oversee the Big Logistics-Over-the-Shore West 2017 at Camp Pendleton, for joint operations with the United States Navy and U.S Marine Corp, during the month of July. Big LOTS - West 2017 is a United States Army Reserve functional exercise part of the Army Reserve Training Strategy in order to enhance unit readiness by conducting live and virtual port and bare beach operations with external evaluations.
Overseeing Big LOTS - West 2017
Col. Steven McLaughlin, 1394th Transportation Surface Brigade commander, traveled to Southern California to oversee the Big Logistics-Over-the-Shore West 2017 at Camp Pendleton, for joint operations with the United States Navy and U.S Marine Corp, during the month of July. Big LOTS - West 2017 is a United States Army Reserve functional exercise part of the Army Reserve Training Strategy in order to enhance unit readiness by conducting live and virtual port and bare beach operations with external evaluations.
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Big Lots West for a 'Cause'
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble the beam portion of a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Big Lots West for a 'Cause'
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble the beam portion of a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Big Lots West for a 'Cause'
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Big Lots West for a 'Cause'
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Big Lots West for a 'Cause'
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Sgt. Michael Tovar of the 250th Transportation Company out of El Monte, Calif., observes as section a Modular Causeway System (MCS) are loaded onto his M915 truck at the Marine Corps Logistics Base in Yermo, Calif., during Big LOTS West 17.
Big Lots West for a 'Cause'
Sgt. Michael Tovar of the 250th Transportation Company out of El Monte, Calif., observes as section a Modular Causeway System (MCS) are loaded onto his M915 truck at the Marine Corps Logistics Base in Yermo, Calif., during Big LOTS West 17.
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Big Lots West for a 'Cause'
Soldiers of the 331st Transportation Company (Causeway) assemble a Modular Warping Tug (MWT) at the Port of San Diego in preparation to construct a Modular Causeway System (MCS) during Big LOTS West 17.
Entrance into Marine Corps Logistics Base, Yermo Annex, where sections of MCS arrived by rail for pickup and transport by the 250th Transportation Company.
Big Lots West for a 'Cause'
Entrance into Marine Corps Logistics Base, Yermo Annex, where sections of MCS arrived by rail for pickup and transport by the 250th Transportation Company.
A portion of a Modular Causeway System (MCS) is moved into position so it can be loaded onto a 250th TC M915 truck for transport to the Port of San Diego as a part of Exercise Big LOTS West 17.
Big Lots West for a 'Cause'
A portion of a Modular Causeway System (MCS) is moved into position so it can be loaded onto a 250th TC M915 truck for transport to the Port of San Diego as a part of Exercise Big LOTS West 17.
The 250th TC prepares to convoy and transport sections of the MCS for Yermo, Calif., to the Port of San Diego during Big LOTS West 17.
Big Lots West for a 'Cause'
The 250th TC prepares to convoy and transport sections of the MCS for Yermo, Calif., to the Port of San Diego during Big LOTS West 17.
Sgt. 1st Class Heather Moran represented the 364th ESC in the 2017 DoD Warrior games as part of the cycling, shooting, shot put and discus throw team. The Warrior games is an adaptive sports competition for wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans participating in eight sporting events in Chicago from June 30 – July 08.
Moran wins silver at DOD Warrior Games
Sgt. 1st Class Heather Moran represented the 364th ESC in the 2017 DoD Warrior games as part of the cycling, shooting, shot put and discus throw team. The Warrior games is an adaptive sports competition for wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans participating in eight sporting events in Chicago from June 30 – July 08.
Sgt. 1st Class Heather Moran represented the 364th ESC in the 2017 DoD Warrior games as part of the cycling, shooting, shot put and discus throw team. The Warrior games is an adaptive sports competition for wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans participating in eight sporting events in Chicago from June 30 – July 08.
Moran wins silver at DOD Warrior Games
Sgt. 1st Class Heather Moran represented the 364th ESC in the 2017 DoD Warrior games as part of the cycling, shooting, shot put and discus throw team. The Warrior games is an adaptive sports competition for wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans participating in eight sporting events in Chicago from June 30 – July 08.
Sgt. 1st Class Heather Moran, 3rd from left, represented the 364th ESC in the 2017 DoD Warrior games as part of the cycling, shooting, shot put and discus throw team. The Warrior games is an adaptive sports competition for wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans participating in eight sporting events in Chicago from June 30 – July 08.
Moran wins silver at DOD Warrior Games
Sgt. 1st Class Heather Moran, 3rd from left, represented the 364th ESC in the 2017 DoD Warrior games as part of the cycling, shooting, shot put and discus throw team. The Warrior games is an adaptive sports competition for wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans participating in eight sporting events in Chicago from June 30 – July 08.
The 364th ESC along with soldiers from the 477th Transportation and 483rd Quartermaster Company provides support to the Arlington Fly-In 7-8 July, 2017, in Arlington, Wash., to promote community relations with the City of Arlington and the surrounding areas.
364th ESC soldiers support Arlington Fly-In
The 364th ESC along with soldiers from the 477th Transportation and 483rd Quartermaster Company provides support to the Arlington Fly-In 7-8 July, 2017, in Arlington, Wash., to promote community relations with the City of Arlington and the surrounding areas.
The 364th ESC along with soldiers from the 477th Transportation and 483rd Quartermaster Company provides support to the Arlington Fly-In 7-8 July, 2017, in Arlington, Wash., to promote community relations with the City of Arlington and the surrounding areas.
364th ESC soldiers support Arlington Fly-In
The 364th ESC along with soldiers from the 477th Transportation and 483rd Quartermaster Company provides support to the Arlington Fly-In 7-8 July, 2017, in Arlington, Wash., to promote community relations with the City of Arlington and the surrounding areas.
The 364th ESC along with soldiers from the 477th Transportation and 483rd Quartermaster Company provides support to the Arlington Fly-In 7-8 July, 2017, in Arlington, Wash., to promote community relations with the City of Arlington and the surrounding areas.
364th ESC soldiers support Arlington Fly-In
The 364th ESC along with soldiers from the 477th Transportation and 483rd Quartermaster Company provides support to the Arlington Fly-In 7-8 July, 2017, in Arlington, Wash., to promote community relations with the City of Arlington and the surrounding areas.
The 364th ESC along with soldiers from the 477th Transportation and 483rd Quartermaster Company provides support to the Arlington Fly-In 7-8 July, 2017, in Arlington, Wash., to promote community relations with the City of Arlington and the surrounding areas.
364th ESC soldiers support Arlington Fly-In
The 364th ESC along with soldiers from the 477th Transportation and 483rd Quartermaster Company provides support to the Arlington Fly-In 7-8 July, 2017, in Arlington, Wash., to promote community relations with the City of Arlington and the surrounding areas.
311th Expeditionary Sustainment Command Featured Stories
July 26, 2017 - Col. Steven McLaughlin, 1394th Transportation Surface Brigade commander, traveled to Southern California to oversee the Big Logistics-Over-the-Shore West 2017 at Camp Pendleton, for joint operations with the United States Navy and U.S Marine Corp, during the month of July.
July 25, 2017 - “I’m getting nervous. Like roller coaster nervous.” Sgt. Angela Myers’ life is about to change forever. Myers, an ammunition sergeant with the 311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), based in West Los Angeles, has been waiting for this moment for all her life – 28 long years to be exact.
July 24, 2017 - Soldiers from the 650th Regional Support Group, 311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), led by Maj. Leopold Karanikolas, 314th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Reception Staging Onward-Movement Integration station commander, ran the RSOI, here, 6 July through 16 July, during the Big Logistics-Over-The-Shore West 2017 exercise.
July 24, 2017 - They say if you build it they will come. In order for it to be built, the parts and components first have to be delivered. And that’s where the U.S. Army Reserve comes in.
June 19, 2017 - After an intensive week of competition, two U.S. Army Reserve Warriors have earned the titles of U.S. Army Reserve Soldier and NCO of the Year, at the 2017 Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition. The winners were announced at an awards ceremony at the Iron Mike Conference Center, here, June 16.
June 16, 2017 - Why on earth would someone who is scared of heights want to become an astronaut?
April 26, 2017 - Lt. Col. Thomas J. Harzewski, 483rd Terminal Battalion commander, traveled to Vallejo, California to support Chief Warrant Officer 5 Kenneth Lashbrook, 201st Harbor Master Operation Detachment officer in charge, and 1st Sgt. Ryan Smith, 201st HMOD noncommissioned officer in charge, during a deployment ceremony at the Mare Island U.S. Army Reserve Center April 22.
March 29, 2017 - To kick off “The Year of Fitness,” Brig. Gen. David E. Elwell, 311th Expeditionary Sustainment Command commanding general, invited Tony Horton, a world-class motivational speaker and an author of top-selling books, and Garba “Mister G” Onadja, who teaches people the benefits of a nutritious, healthy, fit lifestyle, to a command-wide readiness session at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base, March 4.
March 10, 2017 - During deployments, unit commanders can take advantage of the many different units in theater to provide Soldiers hyper-realistic training for ‘what if’ scenarios, like this one, search and rescue for personnel of a downed aircraft over water.
February 15, 2017 - Sgt. Maj. Keith Christie, 650th Regional Support Group senior operations sergeant, organized and conducted a Best Warrior Competition at the George W. Dunaway Army Reserve Center in Sloan, Nev. February 7-9.

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