Preparing for worse in the worst of times
377th Theater Sustainment Command Soldiers discuss plans at the Belle Chasse, La. based Command Operations and Information Center prior to the cumulative tabletop exercise, Nov. 13, 2020. The command serves as the sustainment lead on behalf of Army North for nationwide disaster contingencies.
Nov. 18, 2020 - During a year characterized by unexpected tragedy, the planners at the 377th Theater Sustainment Command are preparing for many more to come. Soldiers at the headquarters building are taking part in a whole-of-force planning effort to ensure that despite the continued ravages of the pandemic, the command is prepared to respond to all of the other unpredictable disasters the upcoming new year can bring with it.

Army Reserve activates 495th Inland Cargo Transportation Company in Arkansas
The Army Reserve hosted a unit activation ceremony and assumption of command for the 495th Inland Cargo Transportation Company at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Jonesboro, Arkansas on Nov. 7, 2020. Tough ‘Ombres from 348th Transportation Battalion, 90th Sustainment Brigade, hosted the ceremony. The 495th ICTC is a direct reporting unit to the 348th Transportation Battalion stationed in Houston, Texas. Lt. Col. Mark A. Peckham, Commander of the 348th Transportation Battalion officiated the activation ceremony and 1st Lt. Deja Evans assumed command of the 495th. The Inland Cargo Transportation Company is charged with providing cargo transfer facilities at interchanges between air, rail, truck, and water transportation points. Army ICTCs operate like civilian distribution centers. Their mission is to keep Soldiers outfitted with the equipment needed to win on the battlefield
Nov. 9, 2020 - The Army Reserve hosted a unit activation ceremony and assumption of command for the 495th Inland Cargo Transportation Company at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Jonesboro, Arkansas on Nov. 7, 2020.

U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers adapt to battle assembly in a COVID Environment
Spc. Brian Hartman, a generator mechanic assigned to the 377th Theater Sustainment Command, aims at a target during primary marksmanship instruction in Belle Chasse, Louisiana, October 25, 2020.  The 377th TSC conducted its first hybrid battle assembly of the new fiscal year with some Soldiers attending in person while others living outside a 50-mile radius receiving training online. The command is using a combination of virtual and in-person training to increase safety in a COVID environment.
Nov. 3, 2020 - The 377th Theater Sustainment Command has had an intense year. As the leading logistical element in support of U.S. Army North’s nationwide disaster response, Soldiers within the command have been mobilized to support medical units across the country in their fight against COVID-19, respond to a catastrophic hurricane season, and assist in the ongoing fight to stem the seemingly interminable west coast wildfires.

Bubbles to the rescue: Army Reserve adapts training and education to COVID-19
Lt. Col. Samuel Bates (right), a G-7 officer at the 377th Theater Sustainment Command, discusses training with Master Sgt. Richard Broussard at the headquarters building in Belle Chasse, La., Oct. 20, 2020. The 377th Theater Sustainment Command serves as the lead logistics element on behalf of the nationwide Army North coronavirus response.
Oct. 21, 2020 - Across the training landscape of the Army Reserve, the seemingly distant memory of pre COVID-19 exercises is now but a wistful reminder of just how much has changed. The once-complex process of unit training before the pandemic is now simplistic by comparison to the requirements of the new age. Complex, immersive and cutting-edge safety measures have become the standard as the force seeks to maintain its fighting edge.

Soldiers lay the groundwork for a bias-free environment with U.S. Army Project Inclusion
Maj. Gen. Gregory Mosser, commanding general of the 377th Theater Sustainment Command, introduces the concept of Project Inclusion to the audience at the headquarters building in Belle Chasse, La., Oct. 14, 2020. The 377th Theater Sustainment Command serves as the logistics lead on behalf of U.S. Army North for the nationwide COVID-19 response.
Oct. 19, 2020 - Assembled at social distance within an auditorium at the 377th Theater Sustainment Command headquarters building, Soldiers from across the Army rank structure took their seats to participate in a discussion on unintentional and perceived biases in the Army. At first glance, the group appeared as uniform as any formation, with the standardized pattern of camouflage adorning each participant. A closer look, and the importance of the event was laid bare.
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