British Army logisticians, Staff Sgt. Samuel Korankye, left, and Staff Sgt. Barry Langley, both with the 152nd (North Irish) Regiment, Royal Logistics Corps, in Belfast, Northern Ireland, were attached the 53rd Quartermaster Company from Fort Hood, Texas, during QLLEX 2017, July 21, at Fort Bragg, NC. Langley, in the British Army Reserve, and Korankye, in the active British Army, were working with both U.S. Army Reserve and active Army logisticians during the QLLEX. QLLEX, short for Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise, is the U.S. Army Reserve’s premier readiness exercise for fuel and water distribution. This year’s QLLEX is not only a full demonstration of the capability, combat-readiness, and lethality of America’s Army Reserve to put fuel and water where it is needed most – in the vehicles and hands of the war-fighter and maneuver units – but it also further exercises the interoperability of the U.S. Army Reserve alongside active Army and British Army logisticians. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Timothy L. Hale) (Released)
170721-A-XN107-102.JPG Photo By: Timothy Hale

FORT BRAGG, N.C. - British Army logisticians, Staff Sgt. Samuel Korankye, left, and Staff Sgt. Barry Langley, both with the 152nd (North Irish) Regiment, Royal Logistics Corps, in Belfast, Northern Ireland, were attached the 53rd Quartermaster Company from Fort Hood, Texas, during QLLEX 2017, July 21, at Fort Bragg, NC. Langley, in the British Army Reserve, and Korankye, in the active British Army, were working with both U.S. Army Reserve and active Army logisticians during the QLLEX. QLLEX, short for Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise, is the U.S. Army Reserve’s premier readiness exercise for fuel and water distribution. This year’s QLLEX is not only a full demonstration of the capability, combat-readiness, and lethality of America’s Army Reserve to put fuel and water where it is needed most – in the vehicles and hands of the war-fighter and maneuver units – but it also further exercises the interoperability of the U.S. Army Reserve alongside active Army and British Army logisticians. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Timothy L. Hale) (Released)


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