Theory of operations studied at Power Generation class
Brandon Johnson, a Department of the Army Civilian heavy mobile repair inspector with the Area Maintenance Support Activity-164, Lexington, Ky., right, reads a theory of operations of a 15-kilowatt Tactical Quiet Generator as Sgt. Justin Meidinger, assigned to the 452nd Ordnance Company, 451st Expeditionary Sustainment Command, Aberdeen, S.D., and a military technician with the AMSA- 108-Branch Maintenance Activity (BMA)-1 in Aberdeen, left, and fellow Soldier and co-worker Sgt. Larry Woodell, search for the relay during the Logistic Sustainment Training Power Generation class at the 88th Readiness Division-operated Fort McCoy, Wis., Draw Yard March 1, 2022. The students learned about theory of operations for the first time since the class has been offered. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Clinton Wood).