Equipment Concentration Site Keeps Army Reserve Rolling Along
“This is what we like to call the heart of the operations,” said Jorge Medina, production control clerk at Fort Hunter Liggett's Equipment Concentration Site 170. When equipment is received by the storage branch, paperwork is routed to production control for work orders. ”Then it goes to the inspectors who check out the equipment and bring the results to us, and then send it to supply to order parts or to the shop to be worked on.” The inspectors give it a once-over before it is released to storage to be put back in service. “We open and close about 450 minimum work orders per week every year,” said Medina. “It’s non-stop work here. We love it.”