Military Traffic Management Command


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Military Traffic Management Command

A major command of the US Army, and the US Transportation Command's component command responsible for designated continental United States land transportation as well as common-user water terminal and traffic management service to deploy, employ, sustain, and redeploy US forces on a global basis. Also called MTMC. See also transportation component command.
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His previous duty stations include Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; De fense Distribution Center, Yokosuka, Japan; Program Executive Officer Air ASW Assault and Special Mission Program, Patuxent River, Maryland; USS La Salle (AGF 3); Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, San Diego, California; Military Traffic Management Command Headquarters, Oakland, California; USS Michigan (SSBN 727); Navy Ships Parts Control Center, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania; and USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63).
Upon completion of the Transportation Officer Advanced Course in 1982, Gainey was assigned as the documentation officer and shortly thereafter the Chief of the Container Freight Branch, Military Ocean Terminal Bay Area, part of Military Traffic Management Command, Western Area, Oakland Army Base, Calif.
Based on the results of his civil-service exam, Estevez was hired as an intern by the former Military Traffic Management Command, in Bayonne, which is now the Surface Deployment and Distribution Command.
Each year the Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC) honors outstanding traffic managers representing the military services, the Defense Logistics Agency, the United States Coast Guard, and the Army and Air Force Exchange Services.
After six years of service with the 4th Transportation Brigade in Oberursel, Germany, he left the Army and joined the civil service where he served in various transportation billets in the Military Sealift Command, the Military Traffic Management Command, and the Army Materiel Command.
Atlantic Fleet, Norfolk, Va.; USS Maryland (SSBN 738) and Headquarters, Military Traffic Management Command, Falls Church, Va.
On July 1, 1976, the Detachment was transferred to the Military Traffic Management Command, which changed its name to Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command on Jan.
C.; USS Ticonderoga (CVS14); Naval Air Station, North Island, San Diego; Military Traffic Management Command, Washington, D.C.; and Naval Supply Systems Command, Washington, D.C.
To them, we're saying that we're no longer (Military Traffic Management Command), the "old householdgoods guys." For one thing, we're not constrained by the old ways of standard military documentation that has gotten more archaic over time.
Naval Support Activity, Naples, Italy; Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, San Diego, Calif.; Defense Contract Management Command, San Diego, Calif.; Naval Surface Forces, Pacific, San Diego, Calif.; USS Callaghan (DDG 994); Headquarters Military Traffic Management Command, Falls Church, Va.; and USS Dubuque (LPD 8).
SDDC, previously know as Military Traffic Management Command, works hand in hand with industry and Piatak believed the position needed to have a civilian deputy for continuity, corporate knowledge, and an understanding of the civilian work force.
Military Traffic Management Command, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Defense General Supply Center, Richmond, Va.; USS Pennsylvania (SSBN 735); Naval Station Annapolis, Md.; and USS Fairfax County (LST 1193).

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